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STATISTICAL APPENDIX TO

ANNUAL
REPORT
of the Secretary of the Treasury
on the State of the Finances

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FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1973




DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
DOCUMENT NO. 3 260A
Secretary

U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington: 1974

For sale by the Superintendent of Document?, U.S. Government Pnnting Office
Washington, D.C. 20402-Price: paper cover—32.35




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CONTENTS
Page

Bases of tables

1
TABLES
Summary of Fiscal Operations

1. Summary of fiscal operations, fiscal years 1954-73 and monthly
1973

7
Receipts and Outlays

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
78.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

Receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1789-1973
Refunds of receipts, fiscal years 1954-73
Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973
Means of hnancing, fiscal years 1972 and 1973
Investments of Government accounts in Federal securities (net) fiscal
years 1972 and 1973
Receipts by departments and agencies, fiscal year 1973
Budget receipts and outlays monthly and total for fiscal year 1973
Budget receipts by sour ees and outlays by functions, fiscal years
1964-73
Internal revenue collections by tax sources, fiscal years 1946-73
Internal revenue collections and refunds by State, fiscal year 1973
Deposits of earnings by the Federal Reserve banks, fiscal years 194773
Customs collections and payments by regions and districts, fiscal 1973_
Summary of customs collections and expenditures, fiscal years 1972
and 1973
Postal receipts and expenditures, fiscal years 1936-73
Seigniorage on coin and silver buUion, January 1, 1935-June 30, 1973.
Federal Debt

8
18
19
35
37
39
40
43
48
54
55
56
58
59
60

I.—OUTSTANDING

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

Federal securities outstanding, fiscal years 1954-73
Federal securities held by the pubhc, fiscal years 1954-73
Principal of the pubhc debt, fiscal years 1790-1973
Investment holdings of Government accounts in Federal securities,
June 30, 1971-73
Debt subject to statutory limitation, outstanding June 30, 1940-73._
PubHc debt outstanding by classification, June 30, 1963-73
Securities issued by Government agencies subject to statutory debt
limitation, June 30, 1963-73
Interest-bearing securities issued by Federal agencies, fiscal years
1954-73
Maturity distribution and average length of marketable interestbearing public debt, June 30: 1946-73
Summary of the public debt on an accounting basis, June 30, 1973
Public debt securities outstanding on an accounting basis, June 30,
1954-73..
Description of public debt issues outstanding, June 30, 1973
Securities issued in advance refunding operations
Description of agency securities and D.C. Armory Board Stadium
bonds subject to statutory limitation, June 30, 1973
._
Debt subject to statutory limitation, June 30, 1973
Debt limitation under the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended,
1917-73
.....
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61
62
64
66
67
71
72
74
75
76
77
106
110
112
114

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CONTENTS
II.-OPERATIONS
Page

33. Pubhc debt receipts and expenditures by classes, monthly for the
fiscalyear 1973 and totals for 1972 and 1973
31. Changes in pubhc debt issues, fiscal year 1973
35. Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1972-June 1973
36. Allotments by investor classes on subscriptions for public marketable
securities, fiscal year 1973
37. Allotments of Treasuiy notes issued during fiscal year 1973, by
Federal Reserve districts
38. Allotments of Treasury bonds issued during fiscal year 1973, by
Federal Reserve districts..
39. Statutory debt retirements, fiscal years 1918-73
40. Cumulative sinking fund, fiscalyears 1921-73

116
130
168
202
204
207
209
210

III.-U.S. SAVINGS BONDS AND NOTES

41. Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings bonds bv series,
fiscal years 1941-73 and monthly 1973
42. Sales and redemptions of Series E and H savings bonds by denominations, fiscal years 1941-73 and monthly 1973
43. Sales and redemptions of U.S. savings notes, fiscal years 1967-73
44. Sales of Series E and H savings bonds by State, fiscal years 1972,
1973 and cumulative
45. Savings bonds outstanding, by series and denomination, as of June 30,
1973

211
215
217
218
219

IV.-INTEREST

46. Amount of interest-bearing pubhc debt outstanding, the computed
annual interest charge, and the computed rate of interest, June 30,
1939-73, and at the end of each month during 1973
47. Computed annual interest rate and computed annual interest charge
on the pubhc debt by classes. June 30, 1950-73
48. Interest on the public debt by classes, fiscal years 1969-73

220
222
224

V.-PRICES AND YIELDS OF SECURITIES

49. Average yields of taxable long-term Treasury bonds by months,
October 1951-Juno 1973
50. Prices and yields of marketable pubhc debt issues June 30, 1972,
and June 30, 1973, and price range since first traded

225
226

VI.-OWNERSHIP OF FEDERAL SECURITIES

51. Estimated ownership of Federal securities outstanding June 30,
1960-73
-~:
52. Summary of Treasury survey of ownership of Federal securities,
June 30, 1972 and 1973

228
230

Account of the Treasurer of the United States
53. Assets and liabilities in the account of the Treasurer of the United
States, June 30, 1972 and 1973
54. Accountability of the Treasurer of the United States on an accounting basis, June 30, 1954-73
.
55. Location of gold, coin, and coinage metals held by the Treasury,
June 30, 1973
.
56. Analvsis of changes in tax and loan account balances, fiscai years
1960-73
.

232
233
233
234

Stock and Circulation of 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, 1973
58. Stock of money by kinds, selected years, June 30, 1940-73
59. Money in circulation by kinds, selected years, June 30, 1940-73
60. Paper currency issued and redeemed during the fiscal year 1973 and
outstanding June 30, 1973, by class and denomination




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CONTENTS

V

Trust and Other Funds
F&ge

61. Airport and airway trust fund, June 30, 1973
62. Civil service retirement and disability fund, June 30, 1973
63. Employees health benefits fund, Civil Service Commission, June 30,
1973
64. Retired employees health benefits fund. Civil Seivice Commission,
June 30, 1973
65. Employees life insurance fund. Civil Service Commission, June 30,
1973
66. Federal disabihty insurance trust fund, June 30, 1973
67. Federal hospital insurance trust fund, June 30, 1973
,
68. Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund, June 30, 1973..
69. Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, June 30, 1973...
70. Foreign service letirement and disability fund, June 30, 1973
71. Highway trust fund, June 30, 1973
1
72. Judicial survivors annuity fund, June 30, 1973
73. Library of Congress trust funds, June 30, 1973
74. National service life insurance fund, June 30, 1973
75. Pershing Hall Memorial fund, June 30. 1973
76. Railroad retirement account, June 30, 1973
77. Railroad retirement holding account, June 30, 1973
78. Railroad retirement supplem.ental account, June 30, 1973
79. Unemployment trust fund, June 30, 1973
80. U.S. Government life insurance fund, June 30, 1973

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243
245
246
247
249
251
252
253
255
256
257
258
260
261
262
264
264
265
272

Customs Operations
81. Merchandise entries, fiscal years 1972 and 1973
82. Carriers and persons arriving in the United States, fiscal years 1972
and 1973
S3. Aircraft and aircraft passengers entering the United States, fiscal
years 1972 and 1973
84. Seizures for violations of laws enforced by Customs, fiscal years 1972
and 1973
85. Investigative activities, fiscal years 1972 and 1973.

273
273
274
276
276

Engraving and Printing Operations
86. New postage stamp issues delivered, fiscal year 1973
87. Dehveries of finished work by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing,
fiscal years 1972 and 1973
88. Statement of financial condition June 30, 1972 and 1973
89. Statement of income and expense, fiscal years 1972 and 1973
90. Statement of changes in financial position, fiscal years 1972 and 1973-

277
279
280
281
282

International Claims
91. Status of Class III awards of the Mixed Claims Commission, United
States and Germany, and Private Law 509 as of June 30. 1973
92. Status of claims of American nationals against certain foreign governments as of June 30, 1973

283
284

International Financial Transactions
93. U.S. net monetary gold transactions with foreign countries and
international institutions, fiscal years 1945-73
94. U.S. reserve assets, fiscal years 1958-73
95. U.S. liquid and other liabilities to foreign official institutions, and
liquid liabilities to all other foreigners, 1958-73
96. International investment position of the United States
97. Assets and liabilities of the Exchange Stabilization Fund as of June
30, 1972, and June 30, 1973
98. Summary of receipts, withdrawals, and balances of nonpurchased
foreign currencies held by the U.S. Government, fiscal 1973
99. Balances of nonpurchased foreign currencies held by the U.S. Government, June 30, 1973
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287
288
290
292
294
295

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CONTENTS
Indebtedness of Foreign Governments
Page

100. Indebtedness of foreign governments to the United States arising
from World War I as of June 30, 1973
101. Status of German World War I indebtedness as of June 30, 1973
102. Outstanding long-term indebtedness of foreign countries on U.S.
Government credits (exclusive of indebtedness arising from World
War I) as of June 30, 1973 by area, country, and major program.
103. Status of accounts under lend-lease and surplus propert}^ agreements
(World War II) as of June 30, 1973_.

297
298
299
304

Corporations and other Business-Type Activities of the Federal Government
104. Comparative statement of securities of Government corporations
and other business-type activities held b}'^ the Treasury, June 30.
1963-73
105. Capital stock of Government agencies held by the Treasury or other
Government agencies June 30, 1972 and 1973, and changes during
1973
106. Borrowing authority and outstanding i&sues of Government corporations and other business-type activities whose securities are issued
to the Secretary ofthe Treasury, June 30, 1973
107. Description of securities of Government corporations and other
business-type activities held by the Treasury, June 30, 1973
108. Summary statements of financial condition of Government corporations, other business-type activities, and regular governmental
activities, June 30, 1973
109. Statement of loans outstanding of Government corporations, other
business-type activities, and regular governmental activities,
June 30, 1973
110. Dividends, interest, and similar earnings received by the Treasury
from Government corporations and other business-type activities,
fiscal years 1972 and 1973
111. Direct sales and repurchases of loans, fiscal years 1963-73 and monthly
1973

306
308
309
310
317
318
322
323

Government Losses in Shipment
112. Government losses in shipment revolving fund, June 30, 1973

324

Personnel
113. Number of employees in the departmental and field services of the
Department of the Treasury quarterly from June 30, 1972, to
June 30, 1973




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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 deposits on the books of the banks) cleared and
processed through the accounts of the Treasurer's oflSce 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 oflacers 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 fiscal 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 otficers, rather than actual payments,
reported expenditures necessarily included the changes in balances of funds
remaining unexpended to the credit of disbursing ofiicers 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 Govemment 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
internai 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, ahd cash held
outside the Treasury. Within the central accounts, receipt and expenditure
accounts are classified as described in the following paragraphs.
Budget accounts
General fund receipt accounts.—General fund receipt accounts are credited
with all receipts which are not earmarked by law for a specific purpose. Gen-




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3

eral fund receipts consist principally of internal revenue collections, which include income taxes, excise taxes, estate, gift, and employment taxes. The
remainder consist of customs duties and a large number of miscellaneous receipts,
including fees for permits and licenses, fines, penalties, and forfeitures; interest
and dividends; rentals; royalties; and sale of Government property.
Special fund receipt accounts.—Special 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.
General fund expenditure accounts.—Generar fund expenditure accounts are
established to record amounts appropriated by the Congress to be expended for
the general support of the Government. Such accounts are classified according
to the limitations that are established by the Congress with respect to the period
of availability for obligation of the appropriation, as 1-year, multiple-year, or
"no-year" (without a time limit), and with respect to the agency authorized to
enter into obligations and approve expenditures.
Special fund expenditure accounts.—Special fund expenditure accounts are
established to record appropriated amounts of special fund receipts to be expended for special programs in accordance with specific provisions of law. These
accounts are generally available without time limit, but may also be subject
to time 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 activities (other than a continuing cycle of operations) which are financed by two or
more appropriations. This classification is also often applied to the consolidated
working funds for interagency activities described above.
Trust fund accounts.—These are accounts maintained to record the receipt
and expenditure of moneys held in trust by the Government for use in carrying
out specific purposes or programs in accordance with the terms of a trust agreement or statute. The receipts of many trust funds, especially the major ones,
not needed for current payments are invested in public debt and Government
agency securities. Generally, trust fund accounts consist of separate receipt and
expenditure accounts, but when the trust corpus is established to perform a
business-type operation, the fund entity is called a "trust revolving fund" and a
combined receipt and expenditure account is used. Some of the major trust accounts are the Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, unemployment trust fund, civil service retirement and disability fund, the national service
life insurance fund, and the highway trust fund.




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Transfer appropriation accounts.—These accounts are established to receive
(and subsequently disburse) allocations which are treated as nonexpenditure
transactions at the time the allocation is made iucluding 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 1954-73 and monthly 1973
[On basis of " M o n t h l y S t a t e m e n t of Receipts 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 " ]
B u d g e t receipts a n d o u t l a y s ^

Selected balances, e n d of period

Fiscal year or m o n t h
N e t receipts

1954..•_
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964..
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969.
1970
1971
1972
1973
1972—July
August
September
October
November
December
1973—January
February
March
Apri!
May
June

.-

-.
-

$69,719,267,504
65,468,612,716
74,547,008,760
79,989,824,460
79,635,842,935
79,249,126,596
92,492,109,550
94,388,726,938
99,675,605,041
106,560,254,738
112,661,852,497
116,833,423,592
130,855,967,456
149,552,405,078
153,671,422,120
187,784,462,748
193,743,250,789
188.391,860,086
208,648,558,730
232,225,471,658
15,207,235,341
18,212,779,302
22,182,666,658
14,738,288,436
16,747,622,174
18,971,958,544
21,130,232,761
18,066,718,748
15,986,521,937
25,860,022,534
16,584,289,203
28,537,136,020

Outlays

$70,889,744,341
68,509,184,178
70,460,329,329
76,740,582,504
82,575,092,611
92,104,458,997
92,223,353,625
97,794,579,116
106,812,593,606
111,311,144,478
118,583,707,824
118,429,745,187
134,651,926,519
158,254,256,640
178,832,655,042
184,548,168,542
196,587,785,632
211,425,028,212
231,875,854,081
246,525,985,309
18,591,408,060
20,581,423,062
18,470,808,600
20,055,092,097
21,165,474,437
19,721,493,505
23,630,831,903
20,226,644,996
20,806,080,243
22,305,634,034
20,156,895,873
20,814,198,501

1 D e t a i l in fiscal 1973 will n o t a d d to t o t a l d u e to y e a r e n d a d j u s t m e n t s .
2 F o r c o n t e n t , see t a b l e 17.




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
-23,033,168,126
-23,227,295,351
-14,300,513,651
-3,384,172,719
-2,368,643,760
3,711,858,058
-5,316,803,660
-4,417,852,263
-749,534,961
-2,500,599,142
-2,159,926,247
-4,819,558,306
3,554,388,500
-3,572,606,669
7,722,937,519

F e d e r a l securities
F e d e r a l securities held b y the
public ^

$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
306,128,179,540
313,982,733,188
320,344,186,351
326,609,315,023
333,283,845,061
344,676,264,466
371,977,865,715
367,969,306,537
383,428,409,505
410,292,476,611
438,154,023,176
469,250,668,136
443,286, GS'l, 547
446,876,033,107
445,4^5,307,373
451,429,310,741
456,110,275,700
461,067,635,676
461,855,023,601
466,616,812,932
470,412,065,905
468,147,639,901
468,379,804,661
469,250,668,136

$224,499,347,583
226,615,602,364
222,225,806,401
219,421,416,472
226,363,338,768
235,002,786,899
237,176,808,655
238,603,935,157
248,373,176,502
254,461,302,259
257,553,065,891
261,613,962,465
264,690,415,577
267,528,868,721
290,629,298,865
279,483,000,885
284,880,255,929
304,327,777,567
323,769,584,007
343,044,594,928
327,499,252,647
328,433,386,282
328,809,233,040
331,660,498,804
336,958,422,119
341,155,111,492
342,674,136,152
346,537,266,708
349,542,357,409
347,383,210,808
345,413,659,054
343,044,594,928

General a c c o u n t
of t h e T r e a s u r e r
of t h e U n i t e d
States 4
$6,738,565,437
6,266, 781,422
6, 799,568,033
5,648,470,259
9, 797,452,839
5,391,691,923
8,156,018,136
6, 770,617,586
10,504,210,952
12,380,408.389
11,116,139,804
12, 709,996,684
12,449,515,322
7,878,519,874
6, 784,692.839
7,544,408,390
9,290,801,616
10,116,969, 750
11,785,442,659
13,853, 610,046
9, 967,387,119
5, 809,415, 040
10,890, 761,338
9, 042, 034, 719
9, 219, 744,137
12,101,847,837
12, 712,129, 247
12,870,121,371
14,103, 798,314
15,695, 214, 256
9,343,179,156
13,853,610, 046

O t h e r cash a n d
m o n e t a r y 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
2,568.141, 641
2,534, 788,362
2, 221, 776,329
1,896,055,937
2,648,115,850
2,459,663.848
2,112,501,319
4,609,826,675
5.962,535,584
5, 786,048,482
4,959,639,676
5, 760,925. 707
4, 538,673,671
4, 230, 812, 725
4,604, 286,184
4, 214, 299,900
4, 242,181, 369
4,376,794, 760
4,399,130, 266
4,189,983,897
4,227, 676, 542
4,062, 686,941
4, 854, 782,339
4,141,390, 788
4,538,673, 671

3 F o r c o n t e n t , see t a b l e 18,
4 I n c l u d e s t r a n s a c t i o n s in t r a n s i t as of J u n e cO, F o r c o n t e n t , see t a b l e 54.

I
CP

>

X

1 9 7 3 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY

Receipts and
T A B L E 2.—Receipts a n d 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 1953; on basis of unified budget thereafter. For explanation of accounts see "Bases of Tables"]
Receipts
Yeart

Internal revenue
Customs

Income and
profits taxes

Other

Other
receipts

Total
receipts >

1789-91
1792
1793...
1794
1795
1796
1797
1798
1799

$4,399,473
3,443,071
4. 265.307
4,801.065
6. 588,461
6,667,988
7,649.660
7.106,062
6, 610,449

$208,943
337,706
274,090
337,766
475,290
576,491
644,358
779,136

$19,440
17.946
69,910
356,750
188,318
1,334,252
563,640
150,076
157.228

$4,418,913
3,669,960
4,652,923
5,431,905
6.114,534
8,377,630
8.688.781
7,900,496
7,546,813

1800
1801
1802
1803
1804
1805
1806
1807
1808 - .
1809

9,080,933
10,750,779
12,438.236
10.479,418
11,098,565
12,936,487
14, 667.698
15,845, 622
16,363, 661
7.296,021

809,396
1. 048,033
621,899
215,180
50,941
21,747
20,101
13,051
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
14,995,794
11, 064,098
11,826,307
13, 660, 693
15,559,931
16,398, 019
17, 060, 662
7,773.473

1810
1811
1812
1813
1814
1815
1816
1817
1818
1819

8.583.309
13,313,223
8,958,778
13,224, 623
5,998,772
7.282,942
36,'306,876
26,283,348
17.176,385
20,283,609

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

793,476
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

9,384,216
14,423, 629
9,801,133
14,340,410
11,181, 625
16,729. 024
47,677, 671
33,099, 060
21, 685,171
24.603,375

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

15, 005, 612
13. 004,447
17.689.762
19, 088,433
17,878,326
20,098.713
23,341,332
19,712,283
23, 206, 624
22,681.966

106,261
69, 028
67,666
34,242
34, 663
25,771
21, 690
19,886
17,452
14, 503

2,768,797
1,499,905
2,675, 000
1,417.991
1,468,224
1,716,374
1,897,612
3,234,195
1,640,654
2,131,158

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, 032,609
16,214,967
19,391,311
23,409,941
11,169,290
16,168,800
23.137.925

12,161
6,934
11,631
2,769
4.196
10,469
370
5,494
2,467
2,663

2,909,664
4,295,445
3,388, 693
4,913,169
6,672,783
16,028,317
27,416,485
13,779,369
10,141.295
8,342.271

24,844,116
28, 626,821
31.866.661
33,948,427
21,791,936
36,430.087
50,826,796
24,954,153
26.302.662
31,482,749

1840
1841 .
1842
18431
1844
1845
1846
1847
1848
1849

13,499.602
14,487,217
18.187,909
7, 046.844
26,183,671
27, 628,113
26,712,668
23.747,865
31,767,071
28,346.739

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

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
36,735.779
31.208,143

Footnotes at ond of table.




Net
receipts

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

9

Outlays
fiscalyears

1789-1973

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

Outlays

Department of
the Army s

Surplus, or
deficit ( - ) 4

Department
of the N a v y '

Interest on the
public debt

$570
63

$1,286,216
777,149
579,822
800,039
1,459,186
996,883
1,411,556
1,232,353
1,156,138

$4,269,027
5,079.532
4.482,313
6.990.839
7,539.809
5,726.986
6,133,634
7,676,504
9,666,455

$149,886
-1,409,572
170,610
-1,558.934
-1,425,275
2,650,544
2,555,147
223,992
-2,119,642

Others

Total
outlays»

$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
2,560,879
1.672,944
1,179,148
822,056
876,424
712,781
1,224,355
1,288,686
2,900,834
3,345.772

3,448.716
2.111,424
915, 562
1,215,231
1,189.833
1,597,500
1,649,641
1,722,064
1.884,068
2,427,769

3,374,705
4,412,913
4,125,039
3,848,828
4,266.683
4,148,999
3,723,408
3,369,578
3,428,153
2,866.075

1,401,775
1,197,301
1.642,369
1,965,638
2,387,602
4,046,954
3,206,213
1,973,823
1,719,437
1,641,142

10,786,076
9,394,682
7,862,118
7,851.653
8,719,442
10,606,234
9,803,617
8,354,151
9.932,492
10.280,748

62,674
3,540,749
7,133,676
3,212,445
3,106,865
3,054,469
6,756,314
8,043,868
7,128,170
-2,607,275

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
6.506,300

1.664,244
1,965,566
3,959,365
6,446.600
7,311,291
8,660,000
3,908,278
3,314,598
2,953,695
3,847.640
4,387,990
3,319,243
2,224,459
2,503,766
2,904,582
3,049.084
4.218,902
4,263,877
3,918.786
3,308,745

2,845.428
2,465,733
2,451.273
3.699,466
4,593,239
5.754.669
7,213,269
6,389,210
6,016,447
5,163.538
6,126,097
5,087.274
5.172,678
4,922,686
4.996.562
4,366,769
3,973.481
3,486,072
3.098.801
2,542,843

1,362.514
1,694,210
2,062,336
1,983.784
2,465.689
3,499,276
3,463.057
4,135,775
5,232,264
6.946,332

2.630.392
4.461,292
3,111,981
3,096,924
3,340,940
3,659,914
3,943,194
3,938,978
4,145,545
4.724,291

6,116,148
2,942,944
4,491,202
4,183,465
9,084,624
4.781,462
4,900,220
4,450,241
5,231.711
4,627.454

8.156,510
8,068,337
20.280.771
31.681.852
34,720.926
32.708.139
30,586,691
21,843,820
19,825,121
21.463,810
18,260,627
16,810.753
15.000,220
14,706,840
20,326,708
15,857,229
17,036,797
16.139,168
16,394,843
16,203,333

4,767,129
4,841,836
5.446; 035
6,704,019
5.696,189
5.769,167
12.169.227
13,682.734
12,897.224
8,916,996

1

6i,'409'
410.662
274,784
382,632
1,381,348
2,858,082

$2,349,437
3,201,628
2,772,242
3.490,293
3,189,161
3,195,055
3,300,043
3,053,281
3,186.288

3,239,429
3,856,183
3.956,370
3,901,367
3,956,260
3,864,939
6,807,718
6,646,915
6,131,696
6,182,294

1,913,633
1,383,583
772,662
303,797
202,163
57,863

5,222.975
5,166,049
7,113,983
12,108,379
8,772.967
7.890,864
12,891,219
16.913,847
14.821,242
11.400.004

15,143,066
15,247,651
17.288.950
23.017,552
18,627,569
17,572,813
30,868,164
37,243,496
33,866,069
26,899,128

7,097,070
8,805,565
6,611,887
2,957,300
6,179,220
6.762,644
10,792.867
38.306,520
25,501.963
14,852,966

6.113,897
6.001,077
8,397.243
3.727,711
6.498,199
6,297,245 1
6,464.947
7,900,636
9.408,476
9,786,706 1

174,698
284.978
773,650
523.696
1.833,867
1,040,032
842,723
1,119.216
2.390,826
3,665.678 1

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
16.846.407 1

24,317,679
26,665,873
25,205,761
11,868.075
22.337,571
22,937,408
27,766,925
57,281,412
45,377,226
45,051,657

1.227,705
6,365,192
-10,479,638
-17,341,442
-23,539,301
-16,979,116
17,090,980
11,265,230
1,760,060
3,139,666
-379,957
-1,237,373
5,232,208
6.833,826
-945,495
5.983.629
8,224,637
6,827,196
8,368,787
9,624,294
9,701,050
13,279,170
14,576,611
10,930,876
3,164,367
17,857.274
19,958,632
—12,289,343
-7,662,497
4,683.621
-4.837,464
-9,705,713
-5,229.663
-3.566,373
6,983.803
7,032,698
1,933,042
-30,786,643
-9,641,447
-13.843,514




i4,"997"
399,834

10

1973 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY
TABLE 2.—Receipts and outlays,
Receipts
Yearl

Internal revenue
Customs
Income and
profits taxes

Other
receipts

Total
receipts >

Other

1850..
1851..
1852..
1853..
1854..
1855..
1856..
1857..
1868..
1859..

$39.668,686
49, 017,568
47,339,327
58,931,866
64,224,190
63,025,794
64,022,863
63,876,905
41, 789,621
49, 565,824

$3,934,753
3.541,736
2, 507,489
2, 655,188
9, 576,151
12,324, 781
10,033,836
5.089,408
4,865,745
3,920,641

$43,603,439
52,559,304
49,846,816
61, 587,054
73,800,341
65,350,575
74,056,699
68,965,313
46,655,366
53,486,465

I860..
1861..
1862..
1863..
1864..
1865..
1866..
1867..
1868..

63,187, 612
39,682,126
49,056.398
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
51,987,456
112,697,291
264,626, 771
333,714,605
558,032, 620
490,634,010
405,638,083
370,943,747

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

194,538,374
206.270.408
216.370.287
188.089.523
163.103,834
157.167. 722
148.071,985
130,956,493
130,170,680
137, 250,048

1880..
1881..
1882..
1883..
1884..
1885..
1886..
1887..
1888..
1889..

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
152,158,617
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
238,585.456
254.444, 708
284,479, 682
261,274,665
261.798,857
300,251,878
332,233,363
286,113,130
300, 711,934
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
41,455,598
34,791,856

$34,898,930
89,446, 402
148,484,886
236,244, 654
200,013,108
149,631,991
123,564,605

2,877,096
1,927,805
2,931,058
5,996,861
52, 569,484
39.322.129
69, 759,155
48,188,662
50,085,894
32,538,859

37, 775,874
19,162,651
14,436,862
5,062,312
139,472
233
58S

147,123,882
123,935, 503
116,205,316
108, 667,002
102, 270,313
110,007,261
116, 700,144
118,630,310
110,581,625
113, 561,611

31,817,347
33,955,383
27,094,403
31,919,368
39,465,137
20,824,835
29,323,148
31,819,618
17,011,674
23,015, 526

411,255,477
383,323,945
374.106.868
333,738,205
304,978, 756
288,000,051
294,095,865
281,406,419
257,763,879
273,827,185

124,009.374
135.261,364
146, 497,596
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, 526,611
360, 782, 293
403,625, 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

30,805,693
27,403,992
23, 513, 748
21, 436,988
27,425,552
29.149.130
31,357,830
24,479,004
84,845,631
36,394,977

403,080,984
392,612,447
354,937.784
385,819, 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, 582,355
63,960, 250
64,037, 650
57,395.920
51,894, 751
64,806.639
59, 675,332

567.240.852
587.685.338
662,478,233
561,880, 722
541,087,085
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
28,583.304

Net
receipts

11

STATISTICAL APPENDIX
fiscalyears 1789-1973—Contmued
Outlays

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

Department
of t h e N a v y ^

Interest on t h e
public debt

Other*

Total
outlays'

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

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

$7,904,709
9,005.931
8,952,801
10,918. 781
10,798,586
13,312,024
14,091,781
12,747,977
13,984,551
14,642,990

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

$18,456,213
23,194,572
23,016, 573
23,652,206
32,441,630
29,342,443
36,577,226
34,107, 692
33,148,280
28, 545, 700

$39,543,492
47,709,017
44,194,919
48,184, 111
58,044,862
59, 742,668
69,671,026
67, 795,708
74,185,270
69,070,977

$4,059,947
4,850,287
5,651,897
13,402,943
15,766,479
6,607.907
4.485.673
1.169,605
-27,529,904
-15,584,512

16,409, 767
22,981,150
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
31,034,011
25,775, 503
20,000, 758

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

32,028, 551
27,144,433
24, 534,810
27,490,313
35,119,382
66, 221, 206
59,967,855
87, 502, 657
87,894,088
93,668,286

63,130,598
66,546,645
474,761,819
714, 740,725
865,322,642
1,297,565,224
520,809,417
357, 542,675
377,340,285
322,865,278

-7,066,990
-25,036,714
-422,774.363
-602,043.434
-600,695,871
-963,840,619
37,223, 203
133,091,335
28, 297,798
48,078,469

57,655, 676
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
18,963,310
14,959,935
17,365,301
15,125,127

129,235,498
125,576, 566
117.357.840
104.750,688
107,119,815
103,093, 545
100,243, 271
97,124.512
102, 500,875
105,327,949

100,982,157
111,369,603
103, 538,158
115,745,162
122,267,544
108,911,576
107,823,615
92,167, 292
84,944,003
106,069,147

309,653,661
292,177,188
277, 517,963
290,345,245
302,633,873
274,623,393
265,101,085
241,334,475
236,964,327
266,947,884

101,601,916
91,146,757
96,688,905
43,392,960
2.344,883
13,376,658
28.994,780
40,071,944
20,799,552
6,879,301

38,116,916
40,466,461
43, 570,494
48,911,383
39,429,603
42,670, 578
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, 231,482
122,051,014
128,301, 693
142,053,187
132,825,661
150,149,021
143,670,952
166,488,451
167, 760,920
192,473, 414

267,642,958
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

65,883,653
100,069,405
145,543,810
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
46,895, 456
49,641,773
54, 567,930
51,804,759
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

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

215,352,383
253,392,808
245, 575,620
276,435,704
253,414, 651
244,614,713
238,815,764
244,471,235
254,967,542
271,391,896

318,040,711
365,773,904
345,023,331
383,477,953
367,625, 281
356.195,298
352,179,446
365,774,159
443,368.683
605,072.179

85,040,273
26,838.643
9,914,453
2.341,676
-61,169,965
-31,465,879
-14,036.999
-18.052,454
-38,047,248
-89,111,558

134, 774, 768
144, 615,697
112, 272, 216
118,629, 505
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

55,953,078
60, 506,978
67,803,128
82, 618,034
102,956,102
117,550,308
110, 474, 264
97,128,469
118,037,097
115.646,011
123,173.717
119.937,644
135,591.956

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

289,972,668
287,161, 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, 650,285

520,860,847
524,616,925
485,234,249
617,006,127
583,659,900
567,278,914
570,202,278
579,128,842
659,196,320
693,743,885
693,617,065
691,201,612
689,881.334

46,380.005
63,068.413
77.243,984
44,874,695
-42,672,815
-23,004,229
24,782,168
86, 731, 544
-57,334,413
-89,423,387
-18,106,350
10,631,399
2.727,870


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TABLE 2.—Receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1789-1973—Contmued

to

Receipts
Year!

Customs

Internal revenue
Income and
profits taxes

Other

Other receipts

Total receipts
by major
sources 2

Refunds and
transfers *

Receipts, less
refunds and
transfers

Interfund
transactions

Net receipts

(deduct)«
S3

1913..
1914..
1915..
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, 666
308, 659, 733
335,467,887
387, 764, 776
449, 684,980
872, 028.020
1, 296, 501, 292

$60,802, 868
62,312,145
72,454,509
56, 646, 673
88,996,194
298,550,168
652,514, 290

$724, 111, 230
734, 673,167
697,910,827
782, 534,548
1,124, 324, 795
3, 664, 582, 865
5,152, 257,136

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

$714,463,033
725,116,924
683,417,319
761,445,106
1,100.500.109
3,645,239,790
5,130.042,438

$714,463,033
725,116,924
683,417,319
761,445,106
1,100,500,109
3. 645.239,790
5,130.042,438

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

322,902, 650
308,564,391
356,443,387
561,928,867
545, 637,504

3,944,949, 288
3, 206,046,158
2,068,128,193
1. 678,607,428
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, 694,565,389
5, 624, 932.961
4.109,104,151
4,007,135,481
4,012, 044,702

-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
3,852,794,571
3,871.213.633

6, 648,898.325
5.670,789.920
4. 025.900,724
3,852,794,571
3,871, 213, 633

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, 557
2,330,711,823

828, 638, 068
855, 599, 289
644, 421, 542
621, 018, 666
607.307. 549

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

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

-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
3,795,107.915
4,012,793, 798
3.900.328,762
3,861,689,374

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

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

2,410,986,978
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, 642,347

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

-120,057,560
-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

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

343,353, 034
386,811, 594
486,356.699
359.187, 249
318.837.311

1, 099.118, 638
1,426,575,434
2,163,413,817
2, 640, 284, 711
2,188, 757, 289

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

179,424,141
216, 293,413
210, 093, 535
208,155,541
187,765,468

3,800,467, 202
4,115, 956, 615
5, 293,590, 237
6, 241, 661, 227
5, 667,823, 626

-70,553, 357
-47, 019, 926
-314,989,542
-626,440,065
-671,524,096

3, 729, 913,845
4, 068, 936, 689
4,978, 600, 695
6, 615, 221,162
4,996, 299, 530

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

348. 690.636
391,870,013
388,948,427
324, 290, 778
431, 252,168

2,125,324, 635
3,469,637,849
7,960,464,973
16,093, 668, 781
34. 654. 851.852

3,177,809,353
3,892.037.133
5.032, 652,916
6,050,300, 218
7,030,135, 478

241, 643,315
242, 066,586
294, 614,145
934,062,619
3, 324, 809,903

5,893, 367, 939
7, 995, 611,580
13, 676, 680,460
23,402,322, 396
45,441, 049, 402

-749, 354, 895
-892,680,197
-1,121, 244, 376
-1,415.621,609
-1.805,734,046




5,144, 013.044
7,102.931, 383
12,555, 436,084
21,986,700,787
43, 635, 315.366

$21, 294
24,369,110
49. 298.113

4,057,884,142
3,115,556.923
1.923,891,824
1,996,843,833
3,014.969.799

23, 958. 245
71.877. 714
22.988.139
27. 209, 289
17. 233, 672

5,137, 249.771
7.095, 676.062
12,646, 618, 755
21,947.283.157
43.662, 609,460

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3.705, 955, 600
3,997, D58, 975
4, 955.612, 556
5,588, Oil. 873
4,979,06.5.958

6, 763, 273
7, 255,331
8,817,329
39,417.630
72,705,896

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d

Yearl

Outlays
Department of
the Army 3

1913..
1914..
1915..
1916.1917..
1918..
1919..

$202,128,697
208,349. 245
202,059,524
183,176,439
377.940.870
4,869,955. 286
9.009.075. 789

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

1, 621.953, 095
1,118,076,423
457, 756,139
397,050,596
357, 016, 878

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

Department of
the Navy 3

Interest on the
public debt

Other«

Total outlays by
Interfund transmajor purposes 2 * actions (deduct) 8

Total outlays «*

Surplus, or
deficit ( - ) <

$22.899,108
22,863.967
22,902.897
22,900,869
24,742,702
189,743,277
619, 215,569

$356,573,099
354, 629,800
379,295, 219
353,035,885
1,311, 540, 736
6,338,820,346
6,862,063,114

$714,863,766
725,525,188
746,093,294
712,966,760
1,953,857,065
12.677.359,396
18.492,665,257

$714,863,766
725,525,188
746, 093, 294
712,966,760
1,953,857,065
12.677,359,396
18.492.665,257

-$400.733
-408.264
-62.675.976
48,478,346
-853,356,956
-9,032,119,606
-13,362,622.810

736.021.456
650.373.836
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

2,979,450, 604
2, 294,189,659
1,363.872,381
1,354,111,135
1, 277,977,968

6,357,676,777
5,061,784,649
3,289.404,473
3.140.286,619
2,907,846,896

6,357,076.777
5,061,784,649
3,289,404,473
3,140,286,619
2,907, 846, 896

291,221,548
509,005,271
736,496,251
712,507,962
963,366,737

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
364,561,544

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
2,857,429,031
2,961,245,461
3,127,198,635

2,923,761,863
2,929,964,048
2,857,429,031
2,961,245,461
3,127,198, 635

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

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

464,853,515
486,141,754
476,305,311
434, 620,860
408.686.783

374,163,870
353,768,185
357.517.834
349.372,794
296.927,490

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

1,821,846,326
2,125, 964,360
3, 226,103,049
3,149,606, 267
5,231,768,454

3,320,211,324
3.677,434,003
4, 659, 202,825
4,622,865, 028
6, 693,899,864

3,320, 211,324
3, 577,434,003
4,659,181,632
4,598,495.918
6, 644, 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
695, 256,481

436, 265,532
528,882,143
556,674,066
596,129,739
672,722, 327

820.926,353
749,396,802
866,384, 331
926, 280, 714
940, 639,764

4,775, 778,841
6,596, 619, 790
5,704, 858,728
4,625,163,465
6, 549,938,998

6,520,965, 945
8,493,485,919
7,756,021,409
6,791, 837, 760
8,858,457, 570

23,958,245
71,877,714
22,988,139
27,209, 289
17, 233,672

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

-2,791,052,100
-4,424,649, 230
-2,777,420.714
-1,176,616,598
-3,862,158,040

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

907,160,151
3,938,943,048
14.325,508,098
42,526,662, 623
49,438,330,168

891,484, 523
2,313,057,956
8,579.588.976
20.888.349,026
26,637.633,877

1,040,935,697
1,110, 692,812
1, 260,085, 336
1,808,160,396
2,608,979,806

6 222,451,833
,
5,899,609,926
9,880,496,406
14,185, 059, 207
16,473,764,067

' 9,062,032, 204
13, 262, 203, 742
34,045, 678,816
79,407,131,152
95,058,707,898

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

9,055,268,931
13, 254, 948,411
34,036,861,487
79, 367,713,522
94.986,002,002

-3,918.019.161
-6.159,272, 358
-21.490.242,732
-67,420,430,365
-61,423.392.541

$133,262,862
139,682,186
141,836,654
153,853,667
239,632.757
1, 278,840,487
2,002, 310,785

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

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TABLE 2.—Receipts and outlaySy fiscal years 1789-1973—Continued
Receipts
Yearl

Intemal revenue
Customs

O t h e r receipts
Income and
profits taxes

Other

td

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

Interfund
transactions
(deduct) 6

N e t receipts

0
W

^

0
1945
1946....
1947
1948 7
1949 7

.

1950
1951....
1952
1953

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

$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, 750,303, 371
44, 238,135,290
44, 508,188, 607
46,098,807,314
42, 773,505, 520

- $ 3 , 275,002, 706
- 4 , 4 6 6 , 7 3 1 , 580
-4,722,007, 571
- 4 , 6 1 0 , 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
113,476,853
32, 576, 510

$44.362,020, 944
39, 649,870, 986
39, 677.167,024
41,374,701,989
37,662,972, 939

422,650,329
624,008,052
550,696,379
613,419,582

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$354,775,542
435,475.072
494,078,260
421,723,028
384,484,796

28,262,671,097
37,752, 553, 688
51,346, 525, 736
54,362,957, 793

11,185,936,012
13,353,541,306
14,288,368, 522
15,808,008,083

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, 916
64,670,584,424

D e p a r t m e n t of
t h e Air Force»

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

1945
1946
1947
1948 7
1949 7
1950
1951«
1952
1953

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$1,690,460,724
3,520,632,580
6,358,603,828
12,851,619,343
15.085,227.952

$3,616,686,048
4,721,957,683
4,957,922.484
5.211,101.865
5.339.396,336
5,749,913,064
5,612,654,812
5,859, 263,437
6,503,580,030

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

$50,490,101,935
27.986.769,041
9.172,138.869
7.698.556,403
7.862.397,097
5.789,467,599
8,635,938,764
17,452,710.349
17.054.333.370

$30,047,152,135
15,164,412,379 .
5,597,203,036
4,284,619,125 .
4,434,705,920
4,129,545,653
5,862,548,845
10,231,264.765
11.874.830.152




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$14,262,279,670
12,574,435,216
19,305,128,987
15,874,431,605
20,180,029,420
20,427,444,299
17,588,084, 620
19,012,727,036
23, 756,285,980

Total outlays b y Interfund transmajor purposes 2 < actions (deduct) 8
$98,416,219,790
60,447,574,319
39,032,393,376
33,068,708,998
39,506,989,497
39,617,003,195
44,057,830,859
65,407,584,930
74,274, 257.484

$113,282,721
121,532,724
109.014,012
113,476,853
32,576,510
72,966, 260
87,546,409
104,383,636
154,459, 602

Total
o u t l a y s 2«
$98,302, 937,069
60,326,041.595
38.923,379.364
32,955,232,145
39,474,412,987
39,544,036, 935
43,970, 284,450
65,303,201,294
74,119,797.882

S u r p l u s , or
deficit ( - ) <
0
-$53,940,916,126
-20,676,170,609
753,787,660
8,419,469,844
-1,811,440,048
-3,122,102,357
3,509,782,624
-4,016,640,378
-9,449,213,457

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I n c o m e taxes

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Excise taxes
Individual

Corporation

Social i n s u r a n c e taxes a n d
contributions
Estate and
gift taxes C u s t o m s d u t i e s E m p l o y m e n t
Contributions
taxes a n d
for other
c o n t r i b u t i o n s < insurance a n d
»
retii-ement lo

Miscellaneous
taxes a n d
receipts

R e f u n d s of
receipts ^^

Net budget
receipts

02

1954
.
1955
.
1956
1957----..
.
1958
1959

$32,392,146,700 $21,522,853,908 $10,014,443,842
9,210,581,897
31,654,170,061
18,264,720,352
10,004,194,869
35,340,349,927 21,298,521,621
10,637,543,788
39,066,646,244 21,530,653.013
10,814,267,526
38,581,942,041 20.533,315, 590
10,759,549,109
40,791,874,129
18,091,509.456

$945,049,092
936,267,446
1,171,237,192
1,377,998.889
1,410,925,018
1.352,982,426

$562,020,619
606,396,634
704,897,516
754.461,446
799,504,808
948,412,215

$5,266,575,249
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
540,306,673
776,161,635
609,133,892

-$3,417,737,374
-3,476,987,625
-3,750,030,132
-3,975,532,487
-4,598,010,555
-5,113,752,669

$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
46,153,000,792
50,649,593,506
52,987,580,595
54,590,354,384

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
12,752,175,848
13,409,737,348
13,950,231,780

1,626,347,638
1,916,392,302
2,035,187,128
2,187,457,229
2,416,303,318

1,123,037,579
1,007,755,214
1,171,205,974
1,240,537,884
1,284,176,380

11,337,418,282
12,775,130,588
12,976,540,446
14,885,842,299
17,125,163,991

3,437,824,557
3,762,792,880
4,216, 589,270
5,061,-090,240
5,056,537,393

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

-5,237,613,807
-5,976,009,231
-6,265,669,311
—6,571,386,963
- 7 , 1 4 8 , 0 8 5 , 619

92,492,109,550
94,388,726,938
99,675,605,041
106,560,254,738
112,661,852,497

53,660.682,653
61,297.651.520
69,370,595,136
78,252,045,190
97,440,405,013

26,131,333,625
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
15,542,045,719

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

4,907,251, 587
4,911,369,694
5,532,756,875
5,403,864,807
5, 688,676,958

1,597,638,325
-6,029,544,469
1,875,651,069
-7,255,579,949
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
130,855,967,456
149,552,405,078
153,671,422,120
187,784,462,748

103,651,585,605
100,752,420,384
108,879,185,548
125,112,005,814

35,036, 982,990
30,319,953,030
34,925,545,565
39,045,308,964

15, 904, 263,668 3,680,076,379 2,494, 294,171
16,871,851,093 3,784,283.489 2,657,362,160
16,847,035, 616 5,489,969,119 3,394,299,291
16,572,318,106 4,975,862,359 3,307,821,157

39,519, 764,951
42,217,172,018
46,567, 719,278
55,355, 980,120

6,171,434,438
6,886,985,249
7,807,193,026
9,684,300,366

3,424,174, 505 -16,139,325,917
3,858,297,227 -18,956,464,564
3,632,735,338 -18,895,124,050
3, 921,065, 805 -25,749,191,032

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193, 743, 250,789
188.391.860,086
208, 648, 558, 730
232,225,471,658

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

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1971
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Year!

1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

Department
of Agriculture

Department of
Defense

Department
"of Health, Education, and
Welfare "

Interest on the
public debt

Department of the Treasury
Other 1213

Other

Undistributed
intrabudgetary
transactions

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Surplus, or
deficit (—)

$2,613,484,207
4,275,010.967
4,760,671,305
4,560,471,890
4,368,422,114
6,529.382.614

$40,626,674,430
35,629.778,598
35.692,897,354
38.719,034,957
39,916,688,798
44.602,920,493

$1,977,283,991
1,989,947,310
2,067,374,737
2,292,686, 644
2,636,400,425
3,089,040,327

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

$5,022, 986, 962
6,025,333,595
6,804,477,133
8,256.275.789
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
18,593,799,491

-$1,236,883,402
-1,218,673,794
-1,453,307,258
-1,866,452,831
-1,939,661,669
-2,237,689,445

$70,889,744,341
68.509.184,178
70,460,329,329
76,740,582,504
82,575,092,611
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

1960
1961.
1962...
1963
1964.........

4.842.598,671
5,383,802,475
6,294.073.812
7,332,799.230
7.458.177.889

"43,968,847,762
i< 45.688,376,272
« 49,283,444,729
«
49.242.662.050
50,702.892,890

3,400,074,762
3.680,977,437
4,210,376,106
20,248,873.528
21,695.149.315

9,179,588,857
8,957.241.615
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

19.555,888,511
20,706,655, 578
22,899,608,057
27,385,929,284
31,052,420,542

-2,296,263,275
-2.448,969.016
-2.513,328,944
-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

268.755.925
-3,405.852.178
- 7 . 1 3 6 . 988, 566
- 4 , 750,889,740
-5,021,855,327

1966
1966
1967
1968
1969

6.795,400.161
6,513.411,042
5,841.151.394
7.306,960.660
8.330,318,006

47,179,328.954
56.445.393.783
68.762.932.164
78.672,893,689
79.137,136,574

22,732,250,917
27,959.129.367
34,607.693,068
40,576,498,177
46,694,029,486

11,346,454,580
12,013.862.667
13,391,068,052
14,573.008,397
16, 688,236,606

86,677,461
413,151,535
-327,021,534
81,521, 582
335,558,631

33, 398, 637,223
36,671,466,641
39,913,935,072
42,120, 742,184
38,679,750,209

-3,109,004,109
- 3 , 3 6 4 , 4 8 8 , 516
- 3 , 935,501, 566
-4,498,969,647
-5,116,860,970

118,429,745,187
134, 651,926,519
158, 254,256,640
178,832,655,042
184, 648,168,642

-1,596,321,595
-3,795,959,063
-8,701,851,561
-25,161.232.923
3, 236, 294,206

1970
1971
1972
1973

8,306,563,325
8,659,794,596
10,942,507,631
10,028,402,705

78.360.167, 659
76.921,974,338
76.679,370,170
75,000,209,584

62,337. 602, 274
61.866,310,997
71,778,816,603
82,042,236,020

19,303, 669, 514
20,969,044,235
21.848.807.195
24,167,493,308

205, 575, 966
31,387,543
276,200,378
6,815,483,612

44, 454,083, 531
61,462,873,004
68, 208,665,633
56,850,420,721

-6,379,876,627
-7,376,356,601
-7,857,613,529
- 8 , 3 7 8 , 260, 641

196, 687, 785, 632
211,425,028,212
231,875, 854,081
246,525,985,309

-2,844,534,843
-23,033,168.126
- 2 3 . 2 2 7 , 295,351
-14,300,513,651

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Footnotes to table 2
1 From 1789 to 1842 fiscal the 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, effective 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 receipts 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 1931-53, see 1967 Annual Report, pp,
448-449, For capital transfers for fiscal 1931 through 1948. see 1958 Annual Report, p, 396, footnote 3,
3 Includes all military and civil outlays of the Departments of the Army (Including the Panama Canal).
the Navy, and beginning wlthlfiscal 1949 the Air Force, except civil outlays of War and Navy at Washington through fiscal 1915, Department ofthe Army outlays Include those of the Department ofthe Air Force
(established Sept. 18,1947) from funds made available before fiscal 1949. Beginning with fiscal 1952 outlays
of the Department of Defense not classified among Its 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
fiscal 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.
8 Refunds ofreceipts and transfers to trust funds. For content for fiscal years 1931-53 see 1967 Annual Report,
pp. 448-449.
9 For content see 1961 Annual Report, pp. 450-457.
7 Sec. 114(f) of the Economic Cooperation Act of 1948, approved Apr. 3,1948, required that $3,000,000,000
be transferred to the "Foreign Economic Cooperation Trust Fund" and "considered as expended during
the fiscal year 1948, for the purpose of reporting governmental expenditures." The effect of this was to
charge the budget In fiscal 1948 for outlays made In fiscal 1949, with consequent effect on the budget surplus
or deficit of those years. This bookkeeping transaction had no effect on the actual timing of either receipts
or outlays. In order to simplify comparison of figures between years, the transactions shown in this table
do not take Into account the transfer of $3,000,000,000 In fiscal 1948 to the Foreign Economic Cooperation
trust fund; outlays of $3,000,000,000 during fiscal 1949 from the Foreign Economic Cooperation trust fund
are treated as budget outlays 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:
Fiscal year 19^8 Fiscal year 1949
Budget receipts
.- $41,374,701,989 $37,662,972,939
Budget outlays
35,965,232,145 36,474,-412,98?
Budget surplus
5,419,469,844
1,188,569,952
8 Beginning with fiscal 1951, Investments of wholly owned Government corporations In public debt
securities are excluded from budget outlays. See table 6.
8 Includes Federal old-age and survivors. Federal disability. Federal hospital, and railroad retirement
tax act receipts.
1 Includes unemployment insui ance, 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 refiected under the Department of the Treasury through fiscal
2
year 1962, and under the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, thereafter.
1 Includes Interest payments by Government corporations and other business-type activities on securi3
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Year

1954...
1955...
1966...
1957...
1958...
1969...
I960-..
1961...
1962...
1963...
1964...
1965...
1966...
1967...
1968...
1969...
1970...
1971...
1972...
1973...

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, 503,605
5,399, 834,529
6,893, 412,362
4,869, 010, 781
5,851, 430,133
7.844, 839,232
9, 526, 532,235
10,191. 456,409
13,239, 798,270
14, 522, 410,442
14.142, 569.841
21, 866, 484,657

Corporation
Income
taxes

Excise taxes i

3 $3,346, 409,388
3 3,399, 917,262
3 3,652, 511,738
$363, 580, 597
$103, 291,398
459, 211,509
86, 318,439
782, 465,420
84, 370,342
685, 336,936
84, 970,291
810, 492,927
78, 301,929
742,588
773, 053,077
299,718
757, 233,633
341,188
93, 004,025
808,
99, 423,244
670, 388,676
216, 797,297
761, 215,081
183, 291,991
946, 468,292
846,317
126, 964,025
1,231,
96, 034,670
1,660, 087,742
166, 700,341
2,207, 653,279
133, 424,802
3, 535, 378,271
1,055. 924,767
2, 759, 629,377
2, 892, 779,143
158, 322,375

Estate and
gift taxes

$13,252,017
18,007,121
20,072,618
20,205,172
20,464,777
18,816,683
20,192,232
22,704,075
29,368,795
27,604,514
36,094,553
31,283,087
39,211,247
35,655,493
49,205,814
54,107.460
58,792,878

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
20,319,402
35,174,904
32,313,299
35,205,161
44,627,265
71,084,600
75,236,726
68,228,070
64,078,834
65,955,521
107,393,343
119,841,214

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
1956.




Miscellaneous
taxes a n d
receipts

F e d e r a l oldage, d i s a b i l i t y ,
Airport
and hospital and airway
insurance
t r u s t fund
trust funds

$11,259,809
4,389,417
8,241,987
4,500,703
2,873,161
3,721,550
2,828,592
2,260,573
1,225,761
700,987
1,196,625
3,161,988
285,306
107,401
62,797
383,232
60,157
83,711
146,698
505,087

$40,500,000
51,000,000
66,000,000
58,190,000
75,465,000
83,430,000
89,190,000
95,740,000
141,667,500.
139,425,000..
165,800,000.
191,690,000
227,675,000.
282,156,250
262,715,000.
604,952,500.
386,093,750.
517,614,000 $1,676,730
447,332.000
1,499,163
478,856,000
1,631,848

Highway
trust fund

$89,913,009
96,899,743
103,472,543
125,703,141
131,302,902
126,319,308
126,636,556
123,498,341
119,771,763
211,507,037
114,387,492
223,754,603
32,073,825
122,512,416
312,710.263
152,502.445

Railroad
retirement
and unemployment
trust funds 2
$86,206
61,098
100,145
2,580,288
3,618,143
3,491,946
2,562,624
2,755,170
5,037,793
" 3,206,662
4,677,589
7,797,483
6,173,591
6,137,156
6,336,929
7,011,906
7,211,966
8,202,857
13,811,137
19,475,384

Total refunds
of receipts

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$3,417,737,374
3,476,987,625
3,750,030,132
3,975,532,487
4,598,010,555
5,113,752,669
5,237,513,807
5,976,009,231
6,265,669,311
6,571,386,963
7,148,085,619
6,029,544,469
7,255,579,949
9,581,686,414
11,375,364,608
12,891,120,278
16,139,325,917
18,956,464.564
18.895,124.050
25,749,191,032

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 1956.
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TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973
[In thousands of dollars. On basis of "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the United States
Government," see "Bases of Tables"]
1972

1973

N E T RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes

94,736,616

103,245,521

Corporation income taxes

32,165,916

36,152,530

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

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

34,666,457
1,905,829
4,130,891

35,131,725

40,703,177

4,059,631
225,787
489,577

4,578,040
252,481
550,447

4,774,996

5,380,969

.-.

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

6,604,841
212,347
61,222
724,930

-

5,204,673

7,603,341

1,008,383
46,119,776

1,188,934
54,876,420

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

4,634,192
1,297,226
120,065

4,356,671

6,051,483

1,114,521
87,588
137,943

1,192,934
84,323
149,350

1,340,052

1,426,607

2,046,962
8,372
3,103

2,135,019
9,003
2,385

2,058,437

2,146,407

..-

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

..-

Total Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Railroad retirement accounts:
Railroad Retirement Tax Act taxes
Total employment taxes and contributions
Unemployment insurance:
Unemployment trust fund:
State taxes deposited in Treasury
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes
Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act contributions..
Total unemployment trust fund
Contributions for other insurance and retirement:
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Premiums deducted from benefit payments
Premiums collected by Social Security Administration
Premiums deposited by States

-

.--

Total Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
^ Federal employees retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund
, Foreign service retirement and disability fund-.Other

--

Total Federal employees retirement contributions

...

Other retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund

38,833

Customs duties




-.--

9,836,240
758,159
5,665,454
16,259,861

5,435,862

-,...-

64,541,949

15,476,901

Total excise taxes
Estate and gift taxes

3,614,046

9,505,827
648,652
5,322,423

Total social insurance taxes and contributions
Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes
Airport and airway trust fund
Highway trust fund

41,033

3,437,322
53,913,769

Total contributions for other insurance and retirement

4,917,069

3,286,906

3,187,980

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TABLE 4,—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[ I n t h o u s a n d s of dollars]
1972

3,252,197
r 380,391

N E T RECEIPTS—Continued
Miscellaneous receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve banks
Another.-Total miscellaneous receipts

--

Total net budget receipts---

1973

3,495,069
425,492

3,632,589

3,920,561

208,648,559

-

232,225,472

OUTLAYS

Legislative branch:
Senate
-House of Representatives
Joint items for Senate and House
Architect of the Capitol..
Botanic Garden
Library of Congress...Government Printing OflBce:
Generalfund appropriations
Revolving fund (net)
General Accounting Office
Cost Accounting Standards BoardUnited States Tax Court
Proprietary receipts from the pubhc
Intrabudgetary transactions

-

---

--

--.

-

--

Total legislative branch

.

Total the judiciary

- -

-

-.-

Executive Office of the President:
Compensation ofthe President
The White liouse OfliceSpecial projects
Executive Residence
Special Assistance to the President
Council of Economic Advisers.. --Council on International Economic Policy
Council on Environmental Quality and Oflice of Environmental Quahty.
Domestic Council
National Aeronautics and Space Council
---National Security Council
OflHce of Emergency Preparedness
OflRce of Management and Budget
1
.
Oflfice of Science and Technology
OflSce of Telecommunications Policy
Special Action OflEice for Drug Abuse Prevention..
--.Special representative for trade negotiations
Miscellaneous
-.
Total Executive OAlice of the President
Funds appropriated to the President:
Appalachian regional development programs:
Public enterprise funds
1
Other
Disaster relief
Economic stabilization activities
Emergency fund for the President
Expansion of defense production.
Expenses of management improvement
See footnotes a t end of table.




78,869
141,646
29,698
32,540
804
77,735

58,494
13,382
85,447
882
6,501
—14,131
—304

86,570
3,146
95,265
1,480
8,107
—14,945
—457

487,307

-.-

The judiciary:
Supreme Courtof the United States
Court of Customs and Patent Appeals
.
Customs Court..Courtof Claims
Courts of appeals, district courts, and other judicial services
Federal Judicial Center
-..
Commission on Bankruptcy Laws ofthe United States
Judiciary trust funds-.
Proprietary receipts from the public
---

r 74,140
128,830
" 33,559
"
29,798
740
69,969

540,459

4,570
651
2,252
2,003
^ 161,409
^ 1,121
193
2,618
—1,875

5,209
663
2,209
2,102
175,346
1,424
441
2,820
—6,913

172,941

183,299

250
9,604
1,117
1,218
643
1,766
—8
1,891
•"1,871
428
2,221
8,662
18,312
1,829
2,337
1,079
818
53

250
9,735
1,650
1,057
628
1,498
658
2,310
l,p27
414
2,437
9,060
18,544
1,805
2,574
4,923
852
8

'54,092

.

60,029

454
241,007
92,169
13,402
""455
— 11,524
655

505
264,425
358,252
26,405
14
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21

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[ I n t h o u s a n d s of d o l l a r s ]
1972

563,121
-608
147,097
68,924
717,054
10,204
1,183,794

Bilateral assistance:
G r a n t s a n d other programs
Alliance for Progress, d e v e l o p m e n t loans
D e v e l o p m e n t loan fund
H o u s i n g g u a r a n t y fund
Overseas P r i v a t e I n v e s t m e n t Corporation
Inter-American Foundation
I n t r a g o v e r n m e n t a l funds- - --.
P r o p r i e t a r y receipts from t h e public
T o t a l bilateral assistance
T o t a l i n t e r n a t i o n a l d e v e l o p m e n t assistance
P r e s i d e n t ' s foreign assistance contingency fund
T o t a l foreign assistance.
0 ffice of E c o n o m i c 0 p p o r t u n i t y
Miscellaneous
T o t a l funds 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
Agriculture Department:
Departmental management:
Ofliceof t h e S e c r e t a r y . . . . . .
Office of t h e Inspector General
Officeof t h e General Counsel
Office of M a n a g e m e n t Services
Total Departmental management
Science a n d education p r o g r a m s :
A g r i c u l t u r a l Research Service
A n i m a l a n d P l a n t H e a l t h I n s p e c t i o n Service..
Cooperative S t a t e Research Service..
Extension Service
National Agricultural Library
T o t a l science a n d education programs
A g r i c u l t u r a l economics:
Statistical R e p o r t i n g Service
E c o n o m i c Research Service
Marketing services:
Commodity Exchange Authority
Packers and Stockyards Administration
F a r m e r Cooperative Service
International programs:
Foreign A g r i c u l t u r a l Service
Foreign assistance a n d special export programs^
See footnotes a t end of table.




1,176,396

275,694
195,932

-

—1,729,513
-89,708

•" 1,523,241

Total international security assistance
I n t e r n a t i o n a l d e v e l o p m e n t assistance:
Multilateralassistance:
I n t e r n a t i o n a l financial i n s t i t u t i o n s
I n t e r n a t i o n a l organizations a n d programs

492,959
-8,287
232,953
123,354
645,251
113,263
1,396,124

—1,096,694
r -69,651

OUTLAYS—Continued
Foreign assistance:
International security assistance:
Military Assistance:
Defense Department
All other agencies
Foreign mihtary credit sales
Military credit sales to Israel
Security supporting assistance
Liquidation of foreign mihtary sales fund
Mihtary assistance advances
Proprietary receipts from the pubhc:
Mihtary assistance advances
Other
.--

1973

323,532
186, 227

406,203
183,529
336,655
—53
-. —21,342
1,579
4, 768
-63,828

456,042
188,164
193,062
490
—10,060
3,982
5,412
^319,763

847,511

517,329

1,319,137

1,027,088

43, 270

10,535

r 2,885,648

2, 214,019

1,052,449
1,571

800, 679
40

r 4, 276, 287

3, 732,920

• 10,058
"
18,352
6,741
4,055

9,776
17,438
6,133
3,686

39, 206

37,032

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

199,126
309,417
82,344
185,849
4,207

606,493

780,943

21,055
'"17,198

21,334
15,443

2,943
3,933
2,012
28,560
1,320,400

2,730
3,744
1,945
26,921
895,000

22

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TABLE 4,—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
1972

1973

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

163,621
87,127
51,456
162,598
16,690

515,403

481,492

12,066
—10,395

11, 723
—12,582

3,983,371

3,555,289

116,545
-354,446

74,000
-140,960

Total Commodity Credit Corporation

3,745,470

3,488,329

Total corporations

3,747,140

3,487,470

OUTLAYS—Continued
Agriculture Department—Continued
Agricultural Stabihzation and Conservation Service:
Administrative expenses...
Sugar Act program
Cropland adj ustment program
Rural environmental assistance prograi^i
Indemnity, conservation, and land-use programs
Total Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service.
Corporations:
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation:
Administrative and operating expenses
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation fund...
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Pubhc enterprise funds.
Special activities:
National Wool Act program
Intragovernmental funds.

Rural development:
Rural Development Service
Rural Electrification Administration:
Rural Telephone Bank
Other

158

193

16
567,367

i 29,303
1499,216

11,116
169,093
—73, 295
192,617
-• -6,615
37,141
100,682

-17,615
—222,762
-231,801
—14,063
194,095
-6,595
47,614
104,068

Total Farmers Home Administration

'•430,737

-147,059

Total rural development

-• 998, 279

381,653

Environmental programs:
Soil Conservation Service:
Conservation operations
Watersheds, fiood prevention, and water development
Great Plains conservation program..

171,435
126,454
16,169

168, 648
124,176
15,174

Consumer programs:
Agricultural Marketing Service:
Marketing services...
Payments to States and Possessions
Removal of surplus agricultural commodities
Milk market orders assessment fund
Other

148,322
1,601
593, 215
—1,583
44,666

30,301
1,600
740,222
—359
" 32,300

786, 220

804,064

622,194
93,552
1, 909,166

602,402
90,858
2, 207,532

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

Total Agricultural Marketi ng Service
Food and Nutrition Service:
Child nutrition programs
Special milk program
Food stamp prograni

.
-

Total Food and Nutrition Service

2, 624, 912

2, 900, 792

Total consumer programs

3,411,132

3, 704,856

See footnotes at end of table.




STATISTICAL APPENDIX

23

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[ I n thousands of dollars]
_ 1972
0 UTL AYS—Continued
Agriculture Department—Continued
Forest Service:
Intragovernmental funds
Forest protection and utilization
Construction and land acquisition
Forest roads and trails.
Forest Service permanent appropriations
Cooperative work
Other

1, 070
374, 450
19,565
143, 221
96, 756
41,114
4, 686

.

Total Forest Service

680,863

Proprietary receipts from the public
Total Agriculture Department

.

10,028,403

-18,596
8,328
638

r 29, 260
27, 994
^ 1,558

32, 638
28,352
-2,388

265, 834
44, 224

296, 319
58, 034

^ 48, 648
2,528
8,393
327
5,046

55,690
2,457
39,142
332
7,586

r 64, 942

105,106

-.

Total Maritime Administration
Proprietary receipts from the pubhc
Intrabudgetary transactions
Total Commerce Department

-373
^343,493
60,480

...

2,404
337, 626
64,169

-2,365
' 47,395
3, 685
3,880
191

-241
51, 876
5, 937
5,006
7

r 456,386

Total science and technology




' 10,934, 696

a, 559

Total promotion of industry and commerce

Soc footnotes at end of table.

723, 210
-843,367

-17,825
^ 7,376

Promotion of industry and commerce:
Domestic and International Business Administration
Foreign direct investnient regulation
Minority business enterprise
National Industrial Pollution Control Council
U.S. Travel Service

Maritime Administration:
Pubhc enterprise funds
Ship construction
Ship operation subsidies
Other

- 6 . 688
374,818
28, 087
140, 618
137,107
44,321
4,946

-773, 980

Commerce Department:
General administration:
Public works grants and loans revolving fund
Salaries and expenses
Other
Social and Economic Statistics Administration:
Salaries and expenses
Censuses
Other
Economic development assistance:
Economic Development Administration
Regional action planning commissions

Science and technology:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:
Pubhc enterprise funds
Other
PatentOffice
-National Bureau of Standards:
Intragovernmental funds
Other
Officeof Telecommunications
National Technical Information Service
Office of State Technical Services

1973

466,784

-10,606
143, 252
235,667
53,339

-10,839
185,878
'226,711
55, 398

421, 651

457,148

-36,409
-16,649

-45,120
-22,012

1, 249,900

1,365, 232

24

1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[ I n thousands of dollars]
1972

1973

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

8,534,842
7,194,040
7,616,860

23,035,793

23,245,741

3,884,688

4,390,097

.

7,553,886
5,689,180
7,160,686
1,271,158

6,938,837
6,686,522
6,999,017
1,444,232

-

21,674,910

21,068,608

.

3,894,432
7,135,407
6,047,758
53,797

2,780,687
7,027,848
5,797,655
48,141

17,131,395

15,664,330

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

1,912,094
2,404,199
3,361,887
478,595

--

7,881,208

8,156,775

--

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

421,456
394,981
284,682
18,160

Total mihtary construction

1,108,005

1,119,269

Family housing:
Homeowners assistance fund
Other

4,245
683,703

33
728,937

687,948

728,971

74,524
2,645

74,064
4,374

(*)
69
—58

(*)
-1,328
—26

-16,543
26,476
21,782
-255,097

-347,166
-200,976
-315,551
-165,037

-223,370

-1,030,080

-1,539
7,181
^-106,596
-6,137

-9,104
7,449
-105,424
- 7 , 973

OUTLAYS—Continued

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

.

Total military personnel
Retired mihtary personnel
Operation and maintenance:
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Department of the Air Force
Defense agencies
..--

-.
.
-

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

.

Research, development, test, and evaluation:
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Department of the Air Force
Defense agencies
Total research, development, test, and evaluation
Military construction:
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
. Departmentof the Air Force-Defense agencies

--

Total family housing
Defense Civil Preparedness Agency
Special foreign currency program-Revolving and management funds:
Public enterprise funds:
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Department of the Air Force
Intragovernmental funds:
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Department of the Air Force
Defense agencies

-

---

-

Total revolving and management funds
Miscellaneous trust revolving funds
Miscellaneous trust funds
Proprietary recei pts from the public
Intrabudgetary transactions.
Total military

--

See footnotes a t end of table.




-..

.

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73,297,098

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25

TABLE 4,—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[ I n thousands of dollars]

OUTLAYS—Continued
Defense Department—Continued
Civil:
Department of the Army:
Cemeterial expenses
Corps of Engineers:
Water resources development
Intragovernmental funds
Proprietary receipts from the public
Ryukyu Islands
Miscellaneous accounts:
Army—wildlife conservation, etc
Navy—wildlife conservation, etc
Air Force—wildlife conservation, etc
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home:
U.S. Soldiers' and Airmen's Home revolving fund
Other
The Panama Canal:
Canal Zone Government
Panama Canal Company- Proprietary receipts from the pubhc
Intrabudgetary transactions

21,307

1,706,513
2,668
—37,718
-76

318
35
72

355
53
104

—15
12,015

4
12,163

53,036
540
—23,361
-26,036

Total civil.-

20,170

1,519,387
—7,117
—26,790
'"6,166

58,392
—2,385
—36,214
-20,917

'1,529,557

1,703,112

•"76,680,212

75,000,210

Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Food and Drug Administration:
Revolving fund for certification and other services
Other.

371
105,109

—499
143,307

liealth Services and Mental Health Administration:
Public enterprise funds
Intragovernmental funds
----Mental health
liealth services planning and development
Health services delivery
Preventive health services
Indian health services and facilities
Other

5
— 1,276
481,235
405,819
681,767
•"78,229
169,599
'81,089

5,075
—3,121
566,984
363,434
673,460
135,755
197,574
103,511'

Total Defense Department

-.

Total liealth Services and Mental Health Administration
National Institutes of liealth:
Pubhc enterprise funds
Intragovernmental fundsCancer research
--Heart and lung research
Arthritis, metabohc and digestive diseases
Neurological diseases and stroke
Allergy and infectious diseases
General medical science
Child health and human development
Other research institutes
Health manpower
Other
-

1,896,468

Total National Institutes of liealth

1,220
997
'258,898
193,527
' 146,399
104,981
105,865
161,668
97,528
165,204
455,705
59,928

870
32,980
384,310
232,921
149,528
110,755
106,394
170,841
114,718
172,966
627,124
51,793

1,751,920

--.

2,042,672

2,155,202

Education Division:
Office of Assistant Secretary of Education
Office of Education:
Student loan insurance fund
Higher education facilities loan and insurance fund
Elementary and secondary education
School assistance in federally afiected areas
Emergency school assistance
Education for the handicapped
Occupational, vocational, and adult education
Higher education
Educational development
Other
Total Office of Education

966

---

26,589
24,469
1,887,812
649,302
71,952
93,674
508,541
1,287,140
204,059
150,175

43,279
. 9,133
1,820,122
580,493
40,956
105,709
606,930
1,375,691
238,644
169,295

4,903,714

4,990,253

4,903,714

5,027,048

National Institute of Education
Total Education Division
See footnotes a t end of table.




35,830

26

19 73 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
1972
OUTLAYS—Continued
liealth. Education, and Welfare Department—Continued
Social and Rehabihtation Service:
Grants to States for public assistance:
Providing or financing medical services
Pubhc assistance
Social and individual services
Social and rehabilitation services
Work incentives
Assistance to refugees in the United States
Other
Total Social and Rehabilitation Service
Social Security Administration:
Intragovernmental funds
Payment to social security trust funds
Special beneflts for disabled coal miners
Security income benefits
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Administrative expenses and construction
Benefit payments
.
Vocational rehabilitation services
Payment to railroad retirement account
Total Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund.
Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Administrative expenses and construction
Benefit payments
Vocational rehabihtation services
Payment to railroad retirement account
Total Federal disability insurance trust fund
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Administrative expenses and construction
Benefit payments
Total Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Administrative expenses and construction
Benefit payments
Total Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund

1973

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

4,591,416
5,929,452
1,614,269
797,105
281,055
135,363
54,340

14,157,416

13,403,000

—324
2,454,192
417,951

—128
2,385,511
951,693
41,000

581,959
34,540,313
1,555
724,341

667,359
42,170,274
2,470
782,954

35,848,168

43,623,057

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

246,653
5,161,871
39,361
19,603

4,309,292

5,467,388

166,375
6,109,139

192,842
6,648,819

6,275,514

6,841,661

288,627
2,255,069

245,867
2,391,232

2,543,696

2,637,099

Total Social Security Administration

51,848,491

61,947,281

Special institutions:
American Printing House for the Bhnd
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Model Secondary School for the Deaf
Gallaudet College
Howard University

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

1,697
17,060
3,034
10,395
68,253

Total special institutions
OflTice of Child Development
Office of the Secretary:
Intragovernmental funds
Officefor Civil Rights...
Office of Consumer Affairs
Departmental management
Proprietary receipts from the public
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments for health insurance for the aged:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Payments for military service credits and special benefits for the aged:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trustfund.--.
Federal disability insurance trust fund
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Receipts transferred to railroad retirement account
See footnotes a t end of table.




75,704

100,438

215,623

383,788

-3,836
10,247
1,316
50,346
—30,033

-12,473
12,649
1,173
53,354
—26,737

—503,351
—1,365,295

—381,415
—1,430,451

—487,546
—50,000
—48,000
—748,531

—474,645
—51,000
—48,000
—802,457

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T A B L E 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[ I n thousands of dollars]
1972

1973

100
299
—348
—51

1,876
260
—155
—1,979

'71,780,132

82,042,236

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

832,791
—10,680
4,030
241
—13,402
15,748

Total Federal Housing Administration

312,835

828,729

Government National Mortgage Association:
Management and hquidating functions
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities
Special assistance functions
Participation sales fund.--

—335,739
—2,637
448,617
-30,089

—753,059
—4,666
-200,991
-21,122

OUTLAYS—Continued
liealth. Education, and Welfare Department—Continued
Intrabudgetary transactions—Continued
Interest on reimbursement of administrative and vocational rehabilitation expenses:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
Federal disabihty insurance trust fund
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Total liealth. Education, and Welfare Department
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
Nonproflt sponsor assistance
.
Low-rent pubhc housing loans and other expenses
Other..--

---.-

Total Government National Mortgage Association

80,152

Housing management:
Pubhc enterprise funds:
Rental housing assistance fund
Other.
-Housing assistance payments:
College housing grants
Low-rent pubhc housing
Home ownership assistance
Rental housing assistance
Rent supplement
Other
Total housing management

---

--

Community planning and management:
New communities fund
Comprehensive planning grants
Other
Community development:
Urban renewal programs
Rehabihtation loan fund
Public facihty loans
Salaries and expenses
Model cities programs
Grants for neighborhood facihties
Open space land programs..
Grants for basic water and sewer facihties

----

-


526-680 O - 74 •


2,446
746,627
221,307
77,283
74,513
16,878
1,134,002

6,056
1,043,214
282,307
170,303
106,545
22,341
1,619,613

—2, 577
50,170
10,680

—3, 556
75,765
13,268

--

992,362
25,702
12,464
25,159
590,024
26, 578
-,^l'*§o
156, 533
1^90^08

42,630
8,411

--

1,189,379
39,465
22,422
23,274
499,515
23,177
52,319
134,005

62
4,980

-

-

Total Housing and Urban Develop? 3nt Department
See footnotes a t end of table.

—6,198
-4,956

1,983,557

:

Total community development
Federal Insurance Administration:
Public enterprise funds
Other
Interstate land sales registration--Research and technology
Fair housing and equal opportunity
Departmental management:
Intragovernmental funds
Other
-..Proprietary receipts from the public

—161,109

—2,493
-2,559

-•

—979,838

392,987

Total housing production and mortgage credit

1,867
6,240
627
?'Ton
9,489

—27,742
45,271
—30

—16,471
98,198
~235

3,642,400

3,592,268

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TABLE 4,—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
1972

1973

'210,834

225,835

-414
' 144,149
267,435
78,905
' 96,982

-729
194,024
292,031
76, 629
160,138

OUTLAYS—Continued

Interior Department:
Pubhc land management:
Bureau of Land Management
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Public enterprise funds
Indian tribal funds
Education and welfare services
Resources management
Other
-

.

Total Bureau of Indian Affairs

587,057

Territorial affairs

138,439

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

Mineral resources:
Geological Survey
Bureauof Mines:
Helium fund
Other
Office of Coal Research
Officeof Oil and Gas
Total mineral resources

1,252,384

127,175

Total public land management

209,340
105,116

1,079,300

-

712,093

193,512
87,956

Bureau of Outdoor Recreation

-1,181
138, 260
36,605
1,604

.

314,067

313, 618

Fish and wildhfe and parks:
Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife
National Park Service

144,186
186,709

151,641
208,925

Water and power resources:
Bureau of Reclamation:
Colorado River and Fort Peck projects
Construction and rehabilitation
Other.
Alaska Power Administration
Bonneville Power Administration
Southeastern Power Administration
Southwestern Power Administration
Officeof Water Resources Research

47,873
187, 236
126,363
1,058
123,182
744
6,792
13,644

75,052
232,237
139,434
992
135,234
922
5,639
13,970

' 505,890

603,480

6,580
48,672

7,091
46,570

-279,353
-704,313
-46,099

-3,955,577
-756,943
-108,303

1,255,700

-2,237,114

158,055
328,957
128,828

179,801
356,427
137, 063

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

1, 795
-200
156,614
624,006
77,330
-2,115

1,180,343

1,530,72^!

-2,072
1,665,420
567,030
541,464
647,380

-1,531
1,477, 282
1,014,174
390, 599
272,539

Total water and power resources

.

.

Secretarial offices:
Oflace of the Sohcitor
Office of the Secretary
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Royalties and rent on Outer Continental Shelf lands
Other
Intrabudgetary transactions
Total Interior Department
Justice Department:
Legal activities and general administration
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Immigration and Naturalization Service
Federal Prison System:
Federal Prison Industries, Inc. (net)
Federal prisons commissary funds
Other
Law Enforcement Assistance Administration
Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
Proprietary receipts from the public

172
-

Total Justice Department
Labor Department:
Manpower Administration:
Intragovernmental funds
Manpower training services
Emergency employment assistance- -..
Federal unemployment benefits and allowances
Salaries, expenses, and other
See footnotes a t end of table.




-.

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 4,—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[ I n thousands of dollars]
1972

1973

5,978,349
776,473

4,404,723
814,174

38,252
537
365

52,254

120,091
8,132

72,827
7,234

0 UTLAYS—Continued
Labor Department—Continued
Manpower Administration—Continued
Unemployment trust fund:
Unemployment insurance and employment services:
Federal—State unemployment Insurance:
State unemployment benefits..State administrative expenses
Federal administrative expenses:
Direct expenses, reimbursements, and recoveries
Interest on advances
Interest on refunds
Railroad unemployment insurance:
Railroad unemployment benefits
.
Administration expenses
Payments of Interest on borrowings from railroad retirement account
-

3,717

10,345,136

-

Total Labor Department
State Department:
Administration of foreign affairs:
Salaries and expenses
Intragovernmental funds
Acquisition, operation, and maintenance of buildings abroad
Payment to foreign service retirement and disabihty fund
Foreign service retirement and disabihty fund
Other

-.

Total administration of foreign affairs

Total State Department

-

-

Total Federal Aviation Administration--




-

—129
-14,208
-467
591,489

28,690

-•

182,354
11,238
49,853
46,953
—5,137

'536,312

--

321,031

168,938
11, Oil
43,048
26,150
—5,023
—44
-8,572
-430

-.

-.

Federal Aviation Administration:
Aviation war risk insurance revolving fund
.
Airport and airway:
Operations
Facilities and equipment.Grants-in-aid for airports
Research, engineering, and development-- — .
Interest on refunds of taxes
- Civil supersonic aircraft development—termination
Federal payment to the airport and airway trust fund
Other
:

See footnotes a t end of table.

253,468
49
19,257
14,208
30,754
3,296

301,234

International organizations and conferences
International commissions
-. Educational exchange
-.Other
Proprietary receipts from the pubhc
-Intrabudgetary transactions:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund:
Receipts transferred to civil service retirement and disability fund
Generalfund contributions
Other-

-.-

8,638,578

242,528
—200
20,500
8,572
26,524
3,310

-

52,791
102,097
633
37,428
44,331
19,009
—1,303
—147,498

10,033,117

--.

24,183

33,122
20,887
—1,293
—573,458

-.-

8,506,907

83,135
103,586
536

---•-..

5,353,843

21,464

Total Manpower Administration
Labor-Management Services Administration
Employment Standards Administration:
Salaries and expenses
Federal workmen's compensation benefits
Other
-Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Departmental management
-Proprietary receipts from the pubhc
Intrabudgetary transactions

2,245

' 6,925,913

Total unemployment trust fund

Transportation Department:
OflBce of the Secretary
Coast Guard:
Trust revolving funds
Intragovernmental funds
Other

386

48,141

-281
-6,482
694,329

-77
4,868
777,934

—3,414
-.-

-

-

-

—1,657

1,078,253
377,800
105,483
58,460

1,178,374
321,768
232,346
66,663
26
6,813
73,397
43,771

91,229
646,882
168,755
2,523,448

1,921,501

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TABLE 4,—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[ I n thousands of dollars]
1972

1973

11,311
35,267

21,216
34,925

-

4,657,134
17,116
3,031
19,152

4,729,539
24,904
5,784
-4,611

Total Federal Highway Administration

4,743,011

4,811,758

46,986
70,997
12,936

46,407
43,124
50,809

-536
20,097
77,875
9,630

1,549
32,993
105,800
17,511

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

415,018
6
—4,221
7,366
—24,018
-73,397

7,531,295

8,183,072

-838
11,275
2,361
1,133

-739
15,701
1,524
1,731

72,614
64,960
5,923
768
1,688
19

62,407
86,835
6,462
293
72
21

145,972

156,090

OUTLAYS—Continued
Transportation Department—Continued
Federal Highway Administration:
Highway beautification
Forest and pubhc lands highways
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways..Right of way revolving fund
Other
Other

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:
Traffic and highway safety.State and community highway safety programs
Highway trust fund share of safety programs
Federal Railroad Adniinistration:
Alaska Railroad
--High-speed ground transportation research and development
Grants to National Railroad 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 pubhc
i.
Intrabudgetary transactions..--

- -'-

Total Transportation Department

-

Treasury Department:
OflQce of the Secretary:
Pubhc enterprise funds
-..
Salaries and expenses
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, construction.
Other
.--Bureau of Accounts:
Salaries and expenses
Claims, judgments, and rehef acts
Interest on uninvested funds
Payments of Government losses in shipment
Eisenhower College grants
Other
--.-

.

.
'.
.

Total Bureau of Accounts
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
U.S, Customs Service:
Salaries and expenses
---.
Intragovernmental funds
Other
--Bureau of Engraving and Printing:
Intragovernmental funds
Other.Bureau of the Mint:
Salaries and expenses
Other
Bureau of the Pubhc Debt
Internal Revenue Service:
Salaries and expenses
-.Accounts, Collection and Taxpayer Service
Compliance
Interest on refunds of taxes
Payments to Puerto Rico for taxes collected
Federal tax hen revolving fund--Total Internal Revenue Service
OflQce of the Treasurer:
Salaries and expenses.-Check forgerv insurance fund
U.S. Secret Service
Oflice ofthe Comptroller of the Currency
General revenue sharing
See footnotes a t end of table.




-

70,052
180,523

....
-

....

-

----

1:

--

204,855

82,788

86,298

1,153
.13

—1,352
82

29,275
2,165
69,388

21,099
1,436
72,465

30,994 "
446,123
613,279
182,393
101,493
—224

34,365
513,377
597,869
175,437
109,467
—16

1,374,058

1,430,498

10,147
—135
55,585
-4,010

10,824
8
67,840
-6,069
6, 636,369

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31

TABLE 4,—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[ I n thousands of dollars]
1972

17,077,687
4,771,120

Total interest on the public debt

-

Proprietary receipts from the pubhc
Interest and dividends from Export-Import Bank of the United States
Receipts from off-budget Federal agencies
Intrabudgetary transactions




35,244
92,969

—873
29,071
8, 635

— 1,135
32,352
—692

-28
—257
31,294

-128
1,614
29,950

-1,081
— 1,357
1,539
—146,920
—10,304

-1,014
— 1,656
3,123
—496,087
— 697

589,016

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

See footnotes a t end of table.

744,281

—55,583
89,047

-

-14,967
174,161
475,824
75,791
23,829
9,643

645,886

Total General Services Administration

209
1,113,455

-3,052
108,752
418,079
88,168
25,513
8,427

---.

2,393,008

—49
762,950

Total real property activities

30,982,977

2,391,960

--

—123,406
-1,251,700

22,124,008

Personal property activities:
Intragovernmental funds
Other
Records activities:
National Archives trust fund
Other
Automated data and telecommunications activities
Property management and disposal activities:
Public enterprise funds
Intragovernmental funds - - OtherGeneral activities:
P u b h c enterprise funds
Intragovernmental funds
Other
-Proprietary receipts from t h e public
Intrabudgetary transactions

Total Veterans Administration

-578,122

-1,122,779

Atomic Energy Commission

Veterans Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Direct loan revolving fund
.
Loan guaranty revolving fund
Other
Compensation, pensions, a n d benefit programs
Medical care
Benefits, refunds, and dividends:
Government life insurance fund
National service hfe insurance fund
Other
Proprietary receipts from t h e public:
Government life insurance fund
National service life insurance fund
Other
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Paynients to veterans life insurance funds:'
Government life insurance fund
National service life insurance fund

24,167,493

-467,800
• —95,073

Total Treasury Department

Environmental Protection Agency:
Revolving fund for certification and other services
Other
General Services Administration:
Real property activities:
Intragovernmental funds
Construction, public buildings projects
Operating expenses, pubhc buildings service
Repair and improvement ofpublic buildings
Sites and expenses, pubhc buildings projects
Other
.

18,967,267
5,200,226

21,848,807

OUTLAYS—Continued
Treasury Department—Continued
Interest on the public debt (accrual basis):
Public issues
Specialissues

1973

438,124

3,421,730

---

-

-245,838
—54,057
-85,038
8,061,052
2,228,900

-241,122
—148,783
-61,666
9,295,715
2,512,316

81, 213
720,074
495,549

----

3,311,000

66, 253
518,896
525,627

—8, 630
—478,114
-2,159
—49
—2,435
..--,-

10,710,469

"\

—7,963
-486,697
-1,996
—50
—2,379

11,968,152

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TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[ I n thousands of dollars]
1972
OUTLAYS—Continued
Other independent agencies:
Action
-Administrative Conference of the United States
American Battle Monuments Commission
..
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish-Speaking People
Central Intehigence Agency, construction
Civil Aeronautics Board:
Paymentsto air carriers
Salaries and expenses
Proprietary receipts from the public




152,164
364
3,422
8,685
930

62,977
13, 215
—104

-

Commission of Fine Arts
Commission on Civil Rights....
....
-Conmiittee for Purchase of Products and Services of the Bhnd and Other
Severely Handicapped
.
Consumer Product Safety
Corporation for Pubhc Broadcasting
-District of Columbia:
Federal payment
.
Loans and repayable advances
.
-..
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Export-Import Bank ofthe United States..
Farm Credit Administration:
Pubhc enterprise funds
Proprietary receipts from the public
-Federal Communications Commission
...Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Field Comniittee for Development Planning in Alaska
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation fund'.
Other
-..
Interest adjustment payments
.
Federal Maritime Commission
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service..
.-Federal Metal and Nonmetalhc Mine Safety Board of Review
Federal Power Conimission
.
Federal Trade Commission
-Foreign Claims Settlement Conimission
-Historical and Memorial Commissions
Indian Claims Commission
Intergovernmental agencies:
Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.
Appalachian Regional Commission:
Salaries, expenses, and other
-Intrabudgetary transactions
Delaware River Basin Commission
Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin
Susquehanna River Basin Commission
Washington Metropohtan Area Transit Authority
International Radio Broadcasting
Interstate Commerce Commission
See footnotes a t end of table.

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

72,223
14,325
—132

1,161,416
109,568
3,777,847
-54,089
-116,113
—1,663
659
60,290
—6

1,760,481
137,608
4,523, 296
19,262
-151,057
—1,767
622
79,964
—1,224

—3,628
-1,161,416

—5,541
-1,760,480

3,772,865

4,601,163

128
3,637

144
4,624

3

140
20
35,000

-.

Civil Service Commission:
Paymentto civil service retirement and disability fund.
Government payment for annuitants, employees health benefits
Civil service retirement and disability fund
Employees health beneflts fund
.
Employees life insurance fund Retired employees health beneflts fund
Federal Labor Relations Council
Other
Proprietary receipts from the public
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Receipts transferred to foreign service retirement and disability fund.
Generalfund contributions
--Total Civil Service Commission

1973

'.

35,000
177,740
137,218
—1,796
20,795
233,718

185,574
123,871
—2,589
28,308

-303
—2
28,498
-432,780
48

-120
—2
—21,890
-538,177
(*)

—148,826
-2,071

—255,119
2,702
2,988
5,357
10, 641
37
22,460
26,699
768
1,963
1, 060

5,151
10, Oil
47
21,347
24,642
631
656
1,044
741
1,480
—1,089
246
20
116
83,995
32,000
59,678

956
2,712
— 1,401
283
34
221
75,825
38,520
44,283

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T A B L E 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[ I n thonsnnds of dollars]
1972

197c

981
92
300

1,302
277
218

-9,616
(*)
44,022
47,320
2,440
566,035
837
1,772,326
81

-10,852

OUTLAYS—Continued
Other independent agencies—Continued
National Capital Planning Commission
-National Commission on Libraries and Information Science
National Council on Indian Opportunity
National Credit Union Adniinistration:
Pubhc enterprise funds
Proprietary receipts
-National Foundatioii on the Arts and the Humanities
National Labor Relations Board
National Mediation Board
National Science Foundation
Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission
U.S. Postal Service
--President's Council on Youth Opportunity

---

Railroad Retirement Board:
Paynient for mihtary service credits
Railroad retirement accounts:
Administrative expenses
Benefit payments, etc
:.--Interest on refunds of taxes
-Payment to railroad unemployment insurance account
Proprietary receipts from the public
--.
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Railroad retirement accounts:
Payment for mihtary service credits
Payment from railroad retirement supplemental receipts transferred
to railroad unemployment insurance account
--.
Interest on advances to railroad unemployment insurance account

20,757

21,645

19,721
2,107,479
7
11,888
—1

20,332
2,419,033
18
5,572
—1

—20,757

.

Tennessee Valley Authority:
Tennessee Valley Authority fund
Proprietary receipts from the pubhc

See footnotes a t end of table.




1,316,670
70,544
338
5,579
10,712
367,490

—130

197,896

---

367,464

190,905
3,218
4,191
-418
-

—26

448,023

Total Tennessee Valley Authority

Total other independent agencies

153,437
1,145,623
—1,771
19,39i
—11
(*)

448,153

Smithsonian Institution
Subversive Activities Control Board
Tariff Commission
Temporary Study Commissions

142,073
289,207
—744
21,095
—16

57,915
421
5,126
10,831

.-

4,719
29,850
78,974

451,616

-

Total Sniall Business Administration

2,437,138

4,677
25,883
74,846

Sniall Business Administration:
Pubhc enterprise funds:
Business loan and investnient fund
Disaster loan fund
Lease guarantees revolving fund
Other
Proprietary receipts from the pubhc
Intrabudgetary transactions

—5,572
—2.245

2,123,489

Total Railroad Retirement Board

—21,645

—11,888
—3,717

Renegotiation Board.....'.-Securities and Exchange Commission
Selective Service Systeni

U.S. Information Agency:
Salaries and expenses
Constrnction of radio facihties
Other
Proprietary receipts from the pubhc
Total U.S. Information Agency
Water Resources Council:
Planning expenses and o t h e r —
Intrabudgetary transactions

66,934
48,275
2,814
582,929
3,934
1,566,719
6

198,529
2,388
5,607
—411
206,113

6,228
-1,333

7,732
-1,809

' 9,918,552

11,445,516

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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 4,—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
1972
OUTLAYS—Continued
Undistributed intrabudgetary transactions:
Federal employer contributions to retirement and social insurance funds:
Legislative branch:
U,S, Tax Court:
Tax Court judges survivors annuity fund1
The judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund
Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
...
Federal disabihty insurance trust fund
1
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
State Department:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund
Other independent agencies:
Civil Service Comniission:
Civil service retirement and disability fund
'.
Subtotal----

Subtotal
Total undistributed intrabudgetary transactions
Total outlays
Budget surplus, or deflcit ( - )

—24

—30

—707

—743

—579,000
—78,000
—85,000

—615,000
—80,000
—121,000

—8,128

—8,802

-2,017,590

-2,101,029

-2,768,449

-2,926,604

—302

--

Interest credited to certaiii Government accounts:
The judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund
.
Defense Departnient:
Civil:
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home permanent fund
Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance tmst fund
Federal disabihty insurance trust fund
Federal hospital insurance tmst fund
.
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Interior Department:
Indian tribal funds
Labor Department:
Unemployment trust fund
State Departnient:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund
Transportation Department:
Highway trust fund
Veterans' Administration:
Government hfe insurance fund
National service life insurance fund
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disabihty fund
Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement accounts
Other

.

1973

—360

—3,207

—3,101

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

-1,847,842
-434,739
—197,689
—43,070

-8,369

^...

-18,295

-496,121

-487,330

—2,806

—2,986

-205,630

-246,740

—31,614 .
-292,242

—31,053
-308,959

—1,464,486

—1,566,219

-257,764
-1,275

-261,606
-1,667

-5,089,065

-5,451,657

—7,857,514

—8,378,261

231,875,854
-23,227,295

246,525,985'
-14,300,514

•Less than $500.
' Revised,
1 Pursuant to Pubhc Law 93-32, dated May 11,1973, most outlays ofthe Rural Electriflcation Administration including the Rural Telephone Bank were classified outside the unified budget totals. Transactions
are included in budget outlays through the close of business May 11, 1973. Administrative expenses financed
by general fund appropriations will continue to be reflected in budget totals.
2 Pursuant to Public Law 92-126, dated Aug. 17,1971, receipts and outlays for the Export-Import Bank of
the United States were reclassified outside the unified budget totals. Amounts represent Export-Import
Bank of the United States transactions through the close of business Aug. 16, 1971.




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35

TABLE 5.—Means of financing, fiscal years 1972 and 1973
[In thousands of dollars. On basis of "Monthly Statenient of Receipts and Outlays of the United States
Governnient," see "Bases of Tables"]
Classification
(Assets and habihties directly related to the
budget)

1972
Net
transactions

1973
Closing
balances

Net
transactions

Closing
balances

LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borrowing from the public:
Federal securities:
Public debt securities

...-

29,130,716

427,260,461

Agency securities:
Defense Department:
Family housing mortgages
—96,054
Homeowners assistance mortgages
1, 573
Housing and Urban Development
Department:
Federal Housing Adniinistration
—32,748
Government National Mortgage Association
---1,085,000
Transportation Departnient:
Coast Guard:
Family housing mortgages
-143
Treasury Department:
Federal Farm Mortgage Corp. liquidation fund
--1
Other independent agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United
States
-806,241
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Federal Home Loan Bank Board
revolving fund
-241
Home Owners'Loan Corporation fund—16
U.S. Postal Service
250,000
Tennessee Valley Authority
...
499,700

30,881,144

458,141,605

1,583,599
4,303

102,761
- 1 , 592

1,480,838
2,711

453,770

-42,120

4,920,000

•440, 000

411, 650
4, 480, 000

2,792

-164

2,628

84

-19

65

1,818,655

402,401

2,221,056

5,162
207
250,000
1,855,000

-241
—4

4,911
203
250,000
2,256,000

400,000

Total agency securities

-1,269,170

10,893,562

215,501

11,109,063

Total Federal securities

27,861,547

438,154,023

31,096,645

469,250,668

8,419, 740

113, 559,439

11,821,634

125,381,073

Deduct:
Federal securities held as investnients of
Government accounts i
Non-interest-bearing pubhc debt • securities held by International Monetary
Fund
Total borrowing from the public
Accrued interest payable on public debt securities
Deposit funds:
Allocations of special drawing rights_ -. Other
--Miscellaneous liability accounts (includes checks
outstanding, etc.)
Total habihty accounts
See footnote a t end of table.




-

825,000

825,000

19,441,806

323,769,584

19,275, Oil

252,415

2,641,612

232,388

2,874, COO

906,826
495,692

2,490,606
4,539,334

-885, 774

2,490, 606
3, 653, 559

3,652,990

9,902,794

-2,408,909

7,493,885

24,749,729

343,343,929

16,212,715

359,556.646

343,044, 595

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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 5,—Means of financing, fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]

Classification
(Assets and liabihties directly related to the
budget)

1972
Net
transactions

1973

Closing
balances

Net
transactions

Closing
balances

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Cash and monetary assets:
Within general account of Treasurer, U.S.:
As published in the daily Treasury statement--.
-.Net transactions in transit as of June 30
Total as of June 30
With other Government officers:
Special drawing rights:
Total holdings
--.
Certificates issued to Federal Reserve
banks
-

1,398,927
269,546

11,309,647
475,796

2,431,660
-363,492

13,741,307
112,303

1,668,473

11,785,443

2,068,167

13,853,610

710,921

1,957,632

-8,181

1,949,450

...

-400,000

-400,000

Balance
Other
With International Monetary Fund

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

1,557,632
3,687,761
515,533

-8,181
-1,264,071
50,000

1,549,450
2,423,691
565,533

Total cash aod nionetary assets
Miscellaneous asset accounts
Total asset accounts...

2,469,759
349,731
2,819,490

17,546,368
1,698,979
19,245,348

845,915
858,229
1,704,145

18,392,284
2,557,209
20,949,492

Excessof habihties (-}-) or assets ( - ) . . .
-1-21,930,240
Add: Transactions not apphed to current year's
surplus or deflcit
1,297,056

-f 324,098,582

Total budget financing [financing of deficit
(+) or disposition of surplus(-)]..
.+23,227,295
1 See tables 6 and 20.




+14,508,571 -f 338,607,152
-208,057

-208,057

+324,098,582 +14,300,514 +338,399,095
•

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

37

TABLE 6.—Investments of Government accounts in Federal securities {net) fiscal
years 1972 and 1973
[ A m o u n t s represent p u b l i c d e b t securities unless s t a t e d otherwise. P a r v a l u e . I n t h o u s a n d s of dollarsO n basis of " M o n t h l y S t a t e n i e n t of Receipts a n d O u t l a y s of t h e U n i t e d States G o v e r n m e n t , " see " B a s e s
of T a b l e s " ]
Agency

1972

F e d e r a l funds:
Agriculture Department:
A g e n c y securities
Commerce Department
Housing and U r b a n Development Department:
C o m m u n i t y development planning and management:
N e w c o m m u n i t i e s g u a r a n t e e fund
Federal Housing Administration:
F e d e r a l H o u s i n g A d m i n i s t r a t i o n fund:
P u b h c d e b t securities
Agency securities
Housing managementC o m m u n i t y disposal operations fund
R e n t a l housing assistance fund
G o v e r n m e n t N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association:
P a r t i c i p a t i o n sales fund:
P u b h c d e b t securities
Agency securities
G u a r a n t e e s of mortgage-backed securities
M a n a g e m e n t a n d l i q u i d a t i n g functions fund:
Agency securities
Special assistance functions fund:
Agency securities
Federal Insurance Adniinistration:
N a t i o n a l insurance developnient fund
Treasury Departnient
Veterans Administration:
V e t e r a n s reopened i n s u r a n c e fund
V e t e r a n s special life insurance fund
Servicemen's g r o u p life i n s u r a n c e fund
O t h e r i n d e p e n d e n t agencies:
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board
F e d e r a l Savings a n d L o a n I n s u r a n c e Corporation:
P u b h c d e b t securities
A g e n c y securities
N a t i o n a l (Credit U n i o n A d m i n i s t r a t i o n :
N a t i o n a l credit u n i o n share fund
U n i t e d States P o s t a l Service:
P u b h c d e b t securities
A g e n c y securities
Other
T o t a l p u b l i c d e b t securities
T o t a l agency s e c u r i t i e s . T o t a l F e d e r a l funds

3,511

115,514
-6,549

40,006
-9,029

42
2,272

-154
5,828

-295,193
93,475
2,776

277,167
21,650
4,661

-2,357

-2,316

- 8 , 694

-6,839

854
1,196,455

5,826
347,464

31,207
27,998
11,361

.

-6,000
9,750

2,602

32,787
31,610
-11,361

1,085

3,230

147,642

258,192
-1,600

9,912
---

10,904

1,265,811
104,410
30,400

-180,898
-99,410
34,740

2,561,023

873,262

174,284

-103,544

2,735,306

769,719

—20
49

—11
48

-.

895
—1,158
25
—71

915
—64
—40
65

1,877,346
—50,000

2,298,046

-. -

983,898
—50,000

791,.575

---

-145,898

1,338,407
--221,556
-97

-

T r u s t funds:
Legislative b r a n c h :
L i b r a r y of Congress
U n i t e d States T a x C o u r t
T h e judiciary:
J u d i c i a l s u r v i v o r s a n n u i t y fund
Agriculture D e p a r t m e n t
-...
Commerce Department
Defense D e p a r t m e n t
l i 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 :
F e d e r a l old-age a n d survivors i n s u r a n c e t r u s t fund:
P u b h c d e b t securities
Agency securities
F e d e r a l d i s a b i h t y Insurance t r u s t fund:
P u b l i c d e b t securities
-Agency securities
F e d e r a l hospital i n s u r a n c e t r u s t fund:
P u b l i c d e b t securities
Agency securities
-.F e d e r a l s u p p l e m e n t a r y medical i n s u r a n c e t r u s t fund
Other
-




-6,002
10,285

-

1973

-...

-.-

220,648
,

--

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TABLE 6,—Investments of Government accounts in Federal securities {net) fiscal
years 1972 and 1973—Contmued
[In thousands of dollars]
Agency

1973

Trust funds—Continued
Interior Department:
Pubhc debt securities
Agency securities
Labor Department:
Unemployment trust fund:
Pubhc debt securities..
Agency securities
Other
State Department:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund...
Other
Transportatioii Department:
Highway trust fund
Other
Treasury Departnient
General Services Adniinistration
Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities
Agency securities
General Post Fund National Homes
Other independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Pubhc debt securities
Agency securities
Employees health benefits fund
Employees hfe insurance fund
Retired employees health benefits fund
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
.
Railroad Retirement Board

-24,685
-1,000 .
-1,328,370
-100,000 .
-9
6,108

5,993
60

821,513
-3
4,070
-527

1,093,670
-10
5, 985
1,325

-41,618

-26, 895

87,194
-25,000 .
-1 .

3,040,753
-100,000 .
60,205
118,852
2,961
437,838
-110,078

Total pubhc debt securities.
Total agency securities

3,197,590
"'-17,'546
151,656
5,300
537,323
24,125

5,683,916

6,451

518

Total off-budget Federal agencies
Grand^total

11,045,464

518

Total trust funds.

.

-

6,451

8,419,740

11,821,634

MEMORANDUM
Investments in securities of privately owned Government-sponsored enterprises:
Milk market orders assessment fund




272,281

11,045,464
6,009,916
-326,000 ..

Off-budget Federal agencies:
Rural Telephone Bank

Total-

1,144,212

-173 .
-173 .

T A B L E 7,—Receipts hy departments and agencies, fiscal year 1973
[On basis of " C o m b i n e d S t a t e m e n t of Receipts, E x p e n d i t u r e s a n d Balances o f 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 " ]
Intrabudgetary
D e p a r t m e n t or agency

Legislative b r a n c h
T h e judiciary
.E x e c u t i v e Office of t h e P r e s i d e n t
F u n d s appropriated to the President:
I n t e r n a t i o n a l security assistance
I n t e r n a t i o n a l d e v e l o p m e n t assistance
Other.--...
Agriculture Department
Commerce Department
Defense D e p a r t m e n t :
Mihtary
Civil...
--l i 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
Housing and Urban Development Department
InteriorDepartment
Justice D e p a r t m e n t - - . Labor Department
State D e p a r t m e n t -Transportation Department
--Treasury D e p a r t m e n t ---Atomic Energy Commission
E n v i r o n m e n t a l P r o t e c t i o n Agency
G e n e r a l Services A d m i n i s t r a t i o n
N a t i o n a l A e r o n a u t i c s a n d Space A d m i n i s t r a t i o n
Veterans Administration
O t h e r i n d e p e n d e n t agencies
—.
Total




B u d g e t receipts

$4,598,832
34,376,963
--

Proprietaiy
receipts from
the public

Interfund,
deducted by
agency

$14, 944, 672
6,913, 254 .
27,648 .

$457,239

Interfund,
not deducted
b y agency

• Receipts from
off-budget
F e d e r a l agencies

T o t a l receipts
offset against
outlays

$15, 658, 715
8,016, 249
27,648

U2

1,819, 220,993
319,763,342
152,761
843, 367,030
67,131,604

$256,804
1,102,995 .

W

>
HH

-—397,912
1,026,058
—10,365,731
26,588,724

-

-..-

-

1,819,220,993
319,763,342
152,761
843,367,030
45,120,091

31,609,645
8,245,216
55,114, 622,942
798,885
26,928,064
28,207,717
6,055,765,515
50,145,723
6,429,205,870
160,996,932,390
—72,045
3,524,785
829,994
13,833,879
4,360,260
3,404,705,884

105,424, 293
74, 438, 077
26, 736,565
235,487
4,712,519,613
2,114,541
1,303,381
5,136,620
24,017,543
578,121,883
475,019
82,927
496, 086,922
13,390,902
496,655,482
117, 824, 072

232,225,471,658

9, 704, 073,117

.
.
.
.
22,011,513 .
7, 973,005
20, 916, 713
3,187, 967,587

45,129
3,100, 770 .
3,339,346,292 .

.
108,302,893

19, 524,718

.
147, 497,727
14,803,448
73,397, 000
9, 546,370,271

487,333,725
11,793,589 .
246,740,126 .
24,986

$123,405,922

.
.
696,856

38,370 .

2,428,475
1, 798, 693,308

340,098,910 .
3,928,854,225 .

,

14,931, 516,034

8, 378,260,641

123,405, 922

113, 442,428
98,455,560
6, 554, 050,444
235, 487
4,840,347,224
2,114,541
636,134, 833
31, 733,657
344,154,669
10, 247,923,061
475,019
82,927
496, 822,148
13,390,902
839,182,866
5,845, 371,605

h-l

o

>

>

33,137, 255, 715

CO
CO

O

TABLE 8,—Budget receipts and outlays monthly and total for fiscal years 1972 and 1973
CD

[In m i l h o n s of dollars. O n 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 o f 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 " ]
Receipts and outlays

NET

July

August

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

June

Total
1973

Total
1972

o

RECEIPTS

I n d i v i d u a l i n c o m e taxes
C o r p o r a t i o n i n c o m e taxes
Social i n s u r a n c e taxes a n d contributions:
E m p l o y m e n t taxes a n d c o n t r i b u tions
Unemployment insurance
C o n t r i b u t i o n s for o t h e r i n s u r a n c e
and retirement
Excise taxes
E s t a t e a n d gift taxes-1
Customs
Miscellaneous

7,365
1,071

8,380
666

11,005
4,965

7,596
965

8,613
659

8,206
5,632

12,897
1,382

8,067
672

3,409
4,867

11, 587
5,657

3,826
923

12,306
8, 796

103, 246
36,163

94, 737
32,166

3,728
260

5,367
1,175

3,674
62

3,239
209

4,044
637

2,606
93

3,972
174

6,067
684

4,957
63

5,614
445

6,915
2,156

95

54,876
6,051

46,120
4,357

289
1,442
334
237
492

307
1,351
423
278
266

301
1,327
316
237
296

311
1,387
409
281
343

1,452
487
284
383

276
1,286
384
234
276

340
1,437
396
289
244

278
1,186
568
266
289

320
1,244
489
278
360-

301
1,318
330
262
348

309
1,446
466
280
264

293
1,386
335
273
360

3,614
16,260
4,917
3,188
. 3,921

3,437
15,477
5,436
3,287
3,633

T o t a l receipts t h i s y e a r

15,207

18,213

22,183

14,738

16,748

18,972

21,130

18,067

15,987

25,860

18,584

28,537

232,225

Total receipts prior year

13,221

15,641

19,719

12,450

14,,

17,216

17,605

15,241

15,224

24,533

17,272

25,594




w
o
>

208, 649

o

OUTLAYS

Legislative b r a n c h
35
T h e judiciary.
13 .
E x e c u t i v e OflQce o f t h e P r e s i d e n t
6
F u n d s a p p r o p r i a t e d t b t h e President:
I n t e r n a t i o n a l security a s s i s t a n c e - .
—170
I n t e r n a t i o n a l d e v e l o p m e n t assistance
74
Other
88
Agriculture D e p a r t m e n t :
Foreigii assistance, special export
programs
and
Commodity
Credit Corporation
2,433
Other
256
Commerce Department
89

O

48
13
6

37
14
5

39
15
4

47
17
4

80

61

88

118

90
128

72
124

97
116

831
700
147

177
224
103

520
562
115

44
18
6

49
17
5

540
183
60

487
173
54

47
14

1,176

1,523

143
107

101
108

125
139

98
129

-128
106

93
153

137
115

122
215

1,027
1,529

1,319
1,434

285
396
100

220
-15
114

83
1,277
128

67
703
100

23
305
122

47
596
96

-38
100
90

-268
542
161

4,383
5,645
1,365

5,066
5,869
1,250

53
15
6

44
17
5

42
13
5.

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16
5

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Mihtary:
Departnient of the Army.
Department of the Navy
Department of the Air Force.-..
Defense agencies
Civil defense
Total military
Civil
Health, Education, and Welfare
Department:
Social and Rehabihtation Sei-vice.
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund.
Federal disabihty insurance trust
fund
-..Federal hospital insurance trust
fund
Federal supplementary medical
insurance tmst fund—
Other..-

-

1,391
1,381
1,948
469
3

1,259
1,870
2, Oil
717
. 6

1,551
1,459
1,808
378
8

1,707
1,861
1,968
524
6

1,815
1,937
1,873
620
6

1,728
1,859
1,844

1,789
1,919
1,983

1,690
1,882
1,911

1,776
1,962
2,138

1,784
1,990
1,948

1,667
2,089
1,991

2,129
2,462
2,203

528
7

636
6

584
7

761
6

477
7

584
6

672
8

74

76

5,193

5,662

6,204

6,066

6,250

6,965

6, 332

6, 075

6,633

6,207

6,238

7,473

73,297

75,151

109

140

185

186

128

101

118

118

112

232

1,703

1,530

22,596
22,336
23,999
6,146

1,051

1,045

1,167

1,585

1,008

1,325

1,244

1,039

340

918

1,401

1,280

13,403

14,157

2,993

2,998

3,001

3,604

3,671

3,639

3, 721

3,791

3,836

3,857

4,652

3,830

43,625

35,848

380

384

387

453

452

463

465

478

491

490

516

509

5,468

4,310

386

453

663

613

550

527

596

648

656

587

629

636

6,842

6,275

148

190

274

246

225

230
866

197
998

235
966

227
1,046

236
150

229
1,331

2, 635
10,070

i

2,644
8,646

498

Housing and Urban Development
Departnient
.
513
InteriorDepartment
-988
Justice Department
108
Labor Department:
Unemployment trust fund
513
Other.
....
338
State Department
112
Transportatioii Department:
Highway trust fund
487
Other
261
Treasury Department:
Interest on the public debt
1,872
Interest on refunds, etc
12
General revenue sharing
Other
-23
Atomic Energy Commission
.
146
Environmental Protection Agency..
43
General Services Administration
' 101
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
289
See footnote a t end of table.




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20,185
22,470
23,627
6,941

942

778

544

1,131

198
818

623
177
107

358
9
131

158
-310
130

353
78
126

366
-179
109

459
-1,174
121

309
95
139

205
97
153

163
84
131

-205
95
139

289
-222
137

3,592
- 2 , 237
1,531

3,642
1,256
1,180

453
345
48

372
237
43

348
258
69

386
276
41

465
211
50

562
245
42

534
227
45

523
291
45

459
257
50

372
301
29

368
299
18

5,354
3,285
591

6,926
3,107
536

515
289

494
244

503
311

477
252

374
279

321
370

217
254 .

275
250

228
257

334
314

534
341

4,760
3,423

4,677
2,854

1,867
15
.
-19
199
83
89

1,911
19

1,933
12

1,934
14
149
187
71
54

330
225
134
52

2,144
13
1,493
110
219
107
28

2,157
27
3
26
229
111
-23

2,184
18

-225
191
74
48

2,070
13
2,514
-387
210
63
82

2,128
17

61
171
83
54

1,957
12
2,617
-67
196
89
-75

289

273

271

272

301

265

255

2,010
10
9
120
210
65
37

(*)

(*)

-77
210
189
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24,167
21,849
182
188
6,636 ..
-3
87
2,393
2,392
1,114
763
438
589

3,311

3,422

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[ I n m i l l i o n s of
Receipts a n d o u t l a y s

July

August

September

October

November

dollars]

December

January

February

March

April

May

June

Total
1973

Total
1972

OUTLAYS—Continued
Veterans Administration:
C o m p e n s a t i o n , pension, a n d b e n e fit p r o g r a m s
G o v e r n m e n t hfe i n s u r a n c e f u n d . . .
N a t i o n a l service life i n s u r a n c e
fund
Other
O t h e r i n d e p e n d e n t agencies:
Civil Service C o m m i s s i o n
..
Export-Import
Bank
of
the
United States
U . S . P o s t a l Service
S m a h Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n
T e n n e s s e e Valley A u t h o r i t y
Other
.....
Undistributed intrabudgetary transactions:
F e d e r a l e m p l o y e r c o n t r i b u t i o n s to
retirement f u n d . . . . . . . . . . . .
I n t e r e s t credited to certain accounts
Total
Total outlays prior y e a r . . : ' . . . . .

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5

644
5

610
4

703
4

1,034
5

844

35
230

37
169

33
184

32
154

35
202

41
95

51
290

50
162

54
149

51
206

329

372

373

371

390

390

370

383

369

-59
.29
12
285

189
170
34
430

49
208
41
309

54
46
59
285

99
97
39
282

-243
188
45
332

499
233
-6
372

181
83
16
-35

-228

-249

-238

-229

-223

-208

-279

-24

-160

-37

-47

-130

-2,266

-18

18,591

20,581

18,471

20,055

21,165

19,721

23,631

6

807
6

825

703

9,296
66

8,061
81

55
136

43
111

519
2,087

720
1,848

400

386

468

4,601

3,773

232
136
5
350

124
53
45
347

150
22
24
332

292
52
53
304

1,567
1,317
367
3,594

39
1,772
452
448
3,435

-251

-264

-248

-260

-250

-2,927

-2,768

-146

-65

-76

-118

-2,366

-5,452

-5,089

20,227

20,806

22,306

20,157

20,814

246,526

6

851
6

847
6

814
9

5

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18,568

19,581

18,202

18,781

18,932

17,490

19,481

18,764

^0,329

18,597

19,777

23,375

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

-3,384

-2,369

3,712

-5,317

-4,418

-750

-2,501

-2,160

-4,820

3,554

-3,573

7,723

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

-5,348

-3,940

1,518

-6,330

-3,998

-275

-1,876

-3,523

-5,105

5,937

-2,506

2,219

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[In m i l h o n s of dohars. O n basis of 1974 b u d g e t d o c u m e n t , released J a n , 29, 1973]
Receipts a n d o u t l a y s

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973 1

RECEIPTS

I n d i v i d u a l income taxes
Corporation income taxes

48,697
23,493

Excise taxes:
F e d e r a l funds:
Alcohol
Tobacco
Other.-

T r u s t funds:
Highway
Airport and airway
T o t a l t r u s t excise taxes
T o t a l excise taxes
E s t a t e a n d gift taxes
Customs duties
Miscehaneous receipts 2 _
T o t a l b u d g e t receipts
S e e f o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




...

87,249
36,678

90,412
32,829

86,230
26,785

94,737
32,166

103,246
36,153

16,366
593
4,045

16,723
636
3,819

19,979
683
3,777

27,046
776
3,659

28,409
814
3,346

33,351
885
3,328

.38,214
919
3,464

40,719
980
3,674

r 45,112
1,008
4,357

53,687
1,189
6,051

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

1,427
2,146
41

22,012

22,258

25,567

33,349

34j622

39,918

45,298

48,578

53,914

64,542

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

'•5,004
r 2,205
r 2,297

5,150
2,277
2,410

10,911

9,145

9,278

9,700

10,585

10,352

10,510

9,508

9,836

3,659

3,917

4,441

4,379

4,637

5,354

5,542
563

• 5,322
649

5,665

3,659

3,917

4,441

4,379

4,637

5,354

6,104

5,971

6,423

13,731

T o t a l F e d e r a l excise taxes

68,726
28,665

3,519

-

61,526
33,971

3,519

T o t a l social i n s u r a n c e taxes a n d c o n t r i b u t i o n s

55,446
30,073

10, 211

Social i n s u r a n c e taxes a n d c o n t r i b u t i o n s ( t r u s t f u n d s ) :
E m p l o y m e n t taxes a n d c o n t r i b u t i o n s
Railroad r e t i r e m e n t . . . .
Unemployment insurance
C o n t r i b u t i o n s for other i n s u r a n c e a n d r e t i r e m e n t :
S u p p l e m e n t a r y m e d i c a l insurance
-.
Employees'retirement, employee contributions
Other retirement contributions

48,792
25,461

3,499
2,048
4,664

-

14,570

13,062

13,719

14,079

15,222

15,705

16,614

15,477

16, 260

2,394
1,252
1,084

2,716
1,442
1,594

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
2,591
3,858

5,436
3,286
3,633

4,917
3,188
3.921

112,662

116,833

130,856

149,552

153,671

187,784

193,743

188,392

208,649

232,225

758

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1964-73—^^Continued

[ I n millions of dollars]
Receipts and outlays

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N a t i o n a l defense:
D e p a r t m e n t of .Defense—mihtary 3
M i h t a r y assistance 3
A t o m i c energy 3
Defense-related activities
D e d u c t i o n s for offsetting receipts * . . .

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

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

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
999
2,275
-70
-89

-• 75,151
'•806
2,392
95
'•-108

73,410
2,350
2,393
184
-2,312

53,591

T o t a l 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 3
E c o n o m i c a n d financial assistance
Foreign inforniation a n d exchange a c t i v i t i e s .
F o o d for Peace
D e d u c t i o n s for offsetting receipts ^ . .

45,973
1,125
2,625
136
-281
49,578

56,785

70,081

80,517

81,232

80,295

77,661

' 78,338

76,027

296

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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

'452
' 2,287
'274
993
'-280

490
2,155
295
895
-652

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4,117

4,340

4,490

4,547

4,619

3,785

3,570

3,095

'3,726

3,182

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2,768

754
432
40
178
-1

3,538
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
656
328
188
374
-6

1,885
661
272
210
365
-11

1,740
890
228
227
349
-13

1,537
1,063
166
242
318
-13

4,170

5,091

5,933

5,423

4,721

4,247

3,749

3,381

3,422

3,311

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4,134

d

Space research a n d technology:
M a n n e d space
flight
Space science a n d a p p h c a t i o n
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

1,756

207

Agricultm'e a n d iniral d e v e l o p m e n t :
F a r m income stabilization
R u r a l housing a n d p u b h c facilities
A g r i c u l t u r a l 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 offsetting receipts
.-..

325
440
' -228

3,667
'569
342
483
'-257

2,536
'468
347
528
'-203

3,167
'511
353
567
'-224

4,542
'678
351
615
'-246

5,000
'490
343
642
'-258

4,589
'754
344
730
' -216

3,651
'503
346
813
'-217

' 5,146
'877
'354
916
'-230

4,699
226
356
955
-184

T o t a l agriculture a n d r u r a l d e v e l o p m e n t

5,184

' 4,805
•

' 3,676

4,373

5,940

6,218

6,201

5,096

'7,063

8,051




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W a t e r resources a n d p o w e r
Land management
Mineral resources
P o l l u t i o n control a n d a b a t e m e n t 3 . . . .
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 offsetting receipts 4

....

Education and manpower:
E l e m e n t a r y a n d secondary e d u c a t i o n
Higher education
Vocational e d u c a t i o n
E d u c a t i o n a l r e v e n u e sharing
M a n p o w e r t r a i n i n g a n d e m p l o y m e n t services
General science
O t h e r e d u c a t i o n aids
O t h e r m a n p o w e r aids
D e d u c t i o n s for offsetting receipts
Total education and manpower

.....

2,025
618
73
190
285
93
-1,408

'2,070
639
85
249
331
102
'-1,754

'2,042
643
71
303
372
107
'-1,369

'1,984
754
94
350
370
122
'-1,106

'2,390
837
130
701
479
136
'-1,959

2,664
892
112
763
524
152
'-1,347

2,873
949
93
1,114
570
168
-5,211

2,056

2,036

1,878

1,722

2,189

2,568

2,716

'3,761

558

875
728
4,092
805
405
557
98
-160

879
708
4,043
888
351
315
99
-112

945
'773
4,093
1,141
332
318
'119
'-127

951
'852
4,367
1,080
447
472
'99
-173

1,042
'870
4,413
920
152
584
'108
'-170

1,223
'909
4,632
^1,510
487
590
120
'-162

1,60-2
'1,049
5,070
2,183
738
717
181
'-230

'1,685
'1,106
'5,210
'1,772
'645
818
'168
'-203

1,995
1,234
5,518
1,587
1,468
983
166
-412

7,399

7,171

7,594

8,094

7,921

9,310

11,310

'11,201

12,520

320
37
-511
-31

460
81
-237
-18

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

'2,878
'1,595
'-191
(**)

2,892
1,447
-177

-185

T o t a l c o m m u n i t y d e v e l o p n i e n t a n d housing

1,940
556
62
158
241
90
-1,011

6,511

Total commerce and transportation
Community planning, management, and development..
L o w a n d m o d e r a t e i n c o m e housing aids
M a i n t e n a n c e of t h e housing m o r t g a g e m a r k e t
D e d u c t i o n s for offsetting receipts

1,761
509
59
134
215
79
-701

835
658
3,686
578
252
538
91
-128

T o t a l n a t u r a l resources a n d e n v i r o n m e n t
Commerce
and
transportation:
Air transportation 3
Water ti-ansportation
Ground transportation
.
P o s t a l servicn,
Advanc»^ment of business
A r e a a n d regional d e v e l o p m e n t
R e g u l a t i o n of business
D e d u c t i o n s for oftsetting receipts 4

1,703
459
46
117
202
70
-632
1,986

...-

288

2,644

2,618

4,076

1,961

2,965

3,357

'4,282

4,162

566
383
41

645
414
132

1,804
705
136

'2,441
1,159
250

'2,596
'1,392
265

'2,481
'1,231
282

2,968
'1,382
289

3,164
'1,429
415

'3,490
'1,434
521

299
310
110
49
-5

534
309
158
100
-9

989
368
155
112
-11

1,236
415
264
100
'-14

1,587
449
334
132
-18

1,560
490
373
142
-13

1,602
464
429
169
'-15

'1,952
522
534
223
'-13

'2,894
567
'541
'318
-13

3,300
1,511
624
52
3,719
583
687
356
-12

1,751

2,284

4,258

5,853

6,739

8,525

7,289

'8,226

'9,751

10,821

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Receipts and outlays

1964

1965

1966

1968

1969

1970

1,183
'393

'1,023
'493

' 1,140
' 1,185

-2

'1,829
' 7,516
'265
-3

' 1, 920
'9,416
'277
-2

161
-1

189
-1

204
-1

1, 716

1,704

2,509

8,667

9,608

22, 234
3, 085

22,530
3,119

25,583
3,151

27,351
3,180

892

1987

1972

19731

' 2,122
r 10,484
'307
-8

' 2, 221
ai,928
319
-3

' 2,479
' 14, 245
'391
' -3

3,107
18,860
320
-1,865

W

11,611

12,907

14,463

'17,112

18,422

Ui

29,566
3,726

32,540
4,272

831
-16

888
-1

37, 275
5,188
1,331

' 46,749
7,775
1,617

' 52,728
' 9,313
' 2, 838

OUTLAYS—Continued

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Health:
Development of health resources
Providing or financing medical services 3
Prevention and control of health problems
Deductions for offsetting receipts ^
Total health.....
Income secmity:
Retirement and social insurance 3
Public assistance
Social and individual services
Deductions for offsetting receipts ^
Total income security
Veterans benefits and services:
Income security for veterans
Veterans education, training, and rehabihtation
Veterans housing
Hospital and medical care for veterans
Other veterans benefits and services
Deductions for offsetting receipts
Total veterans benefits and services...
Interest:
Interest on the pubhc debt
Interest on refunds of receipts
Interest on uninvested funds
Deductions for offsetting receipts
Total interest




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199

249

410

' 1, 424
' 4, 994
'252

-196

-109

25,110

25,702

29,016

31,164

34,108

4,646

4,710

4,700

5,209

4,997

- .,

-409

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-1

^-3

62,457
9,006
2,868
-1,524

37,699

43,790

' 56,140

' 64,878

72,807

5,628

8,021
1,015

6,448
1,659
-179
2,038

' 6, 833
' 1, 960
'-317
2,428

7,079
2,752
-390
2,715

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1,271

54
169

305
304

478
210

701
102

1, 231

1,320

1,393

1,472

1,566

1,802

185

179

196

195

218

237

260

77
44

68

54

294

318

-502

-497

-618

-509

-492

-493

-477

-484

5, 681

5,722

5,920

6,897

6,882

7,640

8,877

9,778

' 10,731

12,004

10,666

11,346

12,014

13,391

14,573

16,588

19,304

20,959

21,849

24,167

88
11

77
12

104
14

120
13

120
10

120
7

113
6

132
6

182
6

175
6

-491

-499

-955

-1,078

-846

-936

-959

-925

-1,110

-1,487

-1,455

-1,664

9, 810

10,357

11,285

12,688

13,744

15,791

18,312

19, 609

20, 682

22,785

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Legislative functions
Judicial functions
Executive direction and management
Central fiscal operations
General property and records management
Central personnel management 3
Law enforcement and justice
National Capital region
Other general government
Deductions-for offsetting receipts 4
Total general government

126
66
22
808
'578
110
335
58
189
'-249

142
76
23
844
'808
107
366
61
190
'-206

159
79
24
886
'585
107
386
73
192
'-197

167
87
25
'989
'658
116
428
87
218
'-243

180
94
27
1,024
'591
140
452
'143
243
'-333

192
110
31
1,094
'590
146
534
'205
288
'-305

229
133
37
1,271
'619
166
668
'266
'273
'-322

258
146
45
1,414
'640
218
959
'276
'341
'-324

311
173
'88
1,647
'725
'275
1,233
450
345
'-335

333
188
88
1,729
905
2,080
1,665
438
409
-2,216

2,040

2,210

2,292

2,510

2,561

2,866

3,336

3,970

' 4,891

5,819

General revenue sharing:
Department ofthe Treasury
Deductions for offsetting receipts

14,931
—8,295
- 8 , 295
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Total general revenue sharing
Undistributed intragovernmental transactions:
Employer share, employee retirement...
Interest received by trustfunds...
Total outlays

'
-1,329
-1,329
-1,780
-1,780

-1,447
-1,447
-1,917
-1,917

-1,861
-2,275

-2,018
-1,825
-1,825
-2,018
-2,674 . -3,099
-2,674 . -3,099

-2,444
-2,444
-3,936
-3,936

-2,811
-4,765

-2,788
-2,788
-5,089
-5,089

-2,927
-2,927
—5,452
-5,452

118,684

118,430

134,852

158,254

178,833

196,588

211,425

231,876

246,528

184,548

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-1,256
-1,621
-1,621

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6,638

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E m p l o y m e n t taxes

I n c o m e a n d profits taxes
Individual income t a x e s '
Fiscal year
Withheld
by
employers
1946 - 1947
1948 1949 1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1985
1968
1967
1968
1989
1970
1971 .
1972
1973 .




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9,867.589
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, 253,625
24,015.676
26, 727, 543
27,040, 911
29,001,375
31,674, 588
32,977. 654
38,240,109
38, 718, 702
39,268,881
36,840,394
42,811,381
60,520,874
57,300,546
70,182,175
77,416,070
78,490,128
83, 200,366
98,092,726

Other

8.846,947
9, 601.015
9, 464, 204
7. 996,320
7. 264.332
9, 907,539
11,345,060
11,403,942
10,736, 578
10.396,480
11,321,966
12,302.229
11,527,648
11,733,389
13, 271,124
13,175,346
14,403,485
14,268.878
15,331,473
16,820,288
18,486,170
18,849,721
20,951,499
27,258,231
26,235.615
24,262,293
25,678,820
27,019,280

T o t a l Indiv i d u a l income taxes
18,704,536
19,343, 297
20,997,781
18,051.822
17,153,308
22,997, 308
29,274,107
32, 536, 217
32,813,691
31.650.106
35,337,642
39,029, 772
38, 668, 559
40, 734, 744
44,945, 711
46,153,001
50,649,594
52, 987. 681
54,590,354
53,660,683
61,297, 552
69,370,595
78,252,045
97,440,406
103,651,685
100, 752,421
108,879,186 .
125,112,006

Corporation Income
a n d profits
taxes 8

Total
income
a n d profits
ta::".s 3

12,553,602
31,258,138
9, 676, 459
29,019,756
10.174,410
31,172.191
11,553,669
29,605.491
10,854,351
28,007,659
14,387,569
37.384,878
21, 486,910
50. 741,017
21, 594,515
54,130. 732
21, 546,322
54.380,014
18,264,720
49.914,826
21,298, 522
56,636.164
21,630,653
60. 560. 425
20, 633,316 . 59.101, 874
58,826, 254
18,091, 609
67,125,126
22,179, 414
67, 917, 941
21, 764,940
71.945,305
21,295,711
76,323, 714
22,336,134
78.891.218
24,300,863
79,792,016
26,131,334
92,131,795
30.834,243
104,288,420
34,917,825
108,148,665
29,896,620
135,778,052
38,337,646
138,688,568
35,036,983
131, 072,374
30,319,953
143, 804, 732
34,925,546
164,157,315
39,045,309

Old-age a n d
disabihty
insurance
taxes 2

1,237,825
1,458,934
1.612.721
1, 687,151
1,873, 401
2,810, 749
3. 584,025
3,816. 252
4,218,520
5,339, 573
6, 336, 805
6, 634, 467
7, 733, 223
8,004.355
10, 210, 550
11, 586.283
11, 686, 231
13. 484. 379
15,657,783
15,846,073
19, 005,488
25,562,638
26,620,648
31,489,943
35,692,198
37,902,403
41, 617,156
49,514,852

Unemployment
Insurance
taxes

Railroad
retirement
tax

284,258
178,745
379,555
185,876
660,113
208,608
562. 734
226, 228
548.038
223,135
679, 778
236,952
620,622
259, 616
628,989
273,182
605, 221
283.882
600,106
279,986
634,323
324,656
616, 020
330,034
575, 282
335,880
525,369
324.020
341,108
606,931
345.356
570.812
457,629
664,311
948. 464
571, 644
850,858
693,864
622,499
636,734
567,014
683,631
602,745
792,858
606,802
858,448
640,030
938,684
776,139
980,851
972,409 1,043,878
1, 024, 069 1,072, 776
1,315,997 1,250,859

Total
employment
taxes'

1, 700,828
2,024,-365
2,381,342
2,476,113
2,644, 575
3,627,480
4.464. 264
4,718,403
5,107, 623
6, 219,665
7. 295. 784
7. 580, 522
8,644,386
8,853, 744
11.158, 589
12.502.451
12. 708,171
15, 004, 486
17,002,504
17,104,306
20.256.133
26,958,241
28,085,898
33,068,657
37,449,188
39,918, 690
43, 714, 001
52,081,709

Estate
tax

. 629.601
708, 794
822,380
735, 781
657,441
638,523
750, 591
784,590
863,344
848,492
1,053.867
1,253.071
1.277,052
1,235. 823
1,439, 259
1,745.480
1,796.227
1,971.614
2,110.992
2,454,332
2,646.968
2, 728.580
2,710.254
3,136,691
3. 241,321
3,352.641
5,128.522
4,338, 924

Gift
tax

47,232
70, 497
76, 965
60,757
48, 785
91.207
82, 556
106. 694
71. 778
87.775
117.370
124, 928
133,873
117,160
187,089
170,912
238,960
215,843
305.312
291,201
446,954
285,826
371, 725
393,373
438,755
431,642
363,447
638,938

Excise taxes
Alcohol taxes *

T o b a c c o .taxes *

Fiscal year
Distilled
spirits 5

1946.
1947.
1948.
1949.
19501951.
1952.
1953.
1954.
1955.
1956.
1957.
1958.
1959.
1960.
1961.
1962.
1963.
1964.
1965.
1966.
1967.
1968.
1969.
1970.
1971.
1972.
1973.

1

1

1. 746,580
1,685,369
1,436,233
l, 397,954
1. 421, 900
1, 746,834
1, 589, 730
1,846,727
1. 873. 630
1,870, 599
2.023,334
2,080,104
2,054,184
2,098,496
2, 255, 761
2, 276, 543
2,386,487
2, 467, 621
2,635,696
2,710,603
2,767,400
2.986.967 1
3,085,313
3,345,601
3,463,269
3.479.332
3. 720,886
3,708,038 1

lieer ^

650,824
661,418
697,097
686,368
867,411
665,009
727. 604
762.983
709. 774
737.233
765.441
760, 520
757. 597
767. 205
796. 233
795.427
813,482
825. 412
887,560
905,730
887,319
940,822
959.570
1,003.354
1,077,499
1,104,240
1,184, 283
1,197. 983 1

Wines

O t h e r , Including occupational taxes

60,844
57,196
60,962
85, 782
72,601
67, 254
72,374
80, 535
78, 678
81,824
86,580
87,428
90,303
90.918
98,850
96.073
98.033
101.871
107,779
110,153
110,284
121,489
125,340
154,756
160, 761
174,629
177, 697
187,703 1

67,917
70,779
61,035
80,504
57,291
67,711
159, 412
90,681
60.928
53,183
45, 219
45,143
44,377
45, 477
42,870
44,757
43,281
46.853
46, 564
46,147
49,376
46.645
117,014
51,849
44,862
42.381
47,134
55,791

Total
alcohol
taxes
2.526,165
2,474, 762
2,255,327
2. 210. 607
2, 219, 202
2.546.808
2. 549,120
2. 780.925
2,783.012
2. 742, 840
2.920, 574
2.973.195
2,946. 461
3,002,096
3,193,714
3. 212, 801
3,311.282
3.441.656
3,5??, 499
3,772,634
3,814,378
4, 075, 723
4,287,237
4,555,560
4,746,382
4.800.482
5,110, 001
5,149,513 1

Cigarettes

1,072, 971
1,145, 268
1. 208,204
1. 232, 735
1, 242,851
1. 293,973
1.474.072
1. 586, 782
1. 513. 740
1,504,197
1.549,045
1.61v,. 908
1,688. 208
1. 738.050
1,803, 562
1,923, 540
1,956,627
2,010,524
1,976.676
2,069, 696
2,006,499
2, 023,090
2,066.169
2,082,108
2,038,101
2,149,627
2,151,158
2,221,019

Cigars

41,454
48,354
46, 752
45, 590
42,170
44,275
44,810
46, 326
45. 618
46, 246
45. 040
44, 858
47. 247
51,101
50,117
49,604
49. 726
50,232
66,309
60,923
57,662
55. 736
64.937
54,220
56,834
54,775
54 173
53!794

Other

51,094
44.146
45,325
43, 550
43,443
42,148
46,281
21,803
20, 871
20, 770
19.412
18, 2S3
18,566
17,665
17.825
17.974
19.483
18.481
19.561
17,976
9,796
1,043
1,181
1,259
1,277
2,282
1,942
2,137

Total
tobacco
taxes, etc.
1,165, 519
1,237,768
1,300. 280
1,321, 875
1,328.464
1,380,396
1, 585,162
1,654,911
1. 580, 229
1,571,213
1. 613,497
1. 674.050
1.734,021
1.806. 816
1, 931. 504
1,991,117
2,025, 736
2. 079. 237
2.052.545
2,148,594
2, 073,956
2,079,869
2,122,277
2,137,585
2, 094,212
2, 206. 685
2, 207, 273
2.276.951

Documents,
other instruments, and
playing cards e

87,676
79,978
79,466
72,828
84,648
93,107
84,996
90,319
90. 000
112,049
114,927
107. 646
109, 452
133.817
139,231
149, 350
159,319
149,069
171,614
186,289
146,467
68,260
48,721
1,455
220
68
259
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[In t h o u s a n d s ofdollars]
Excise t a x e s — C o n t i n u e d
M a n u f a c t u r e r s excise taxes
Fiscal year
Gasoline

1946.
1947.
1948.
1949.
1950.
1951.
1952.
1953.
1954.
1955.
1956.
1957.
1958.
1959.
1960.
1981.
1962.
1963.
1964.
1965.
1988.
1987.
1968.
1989.
1970.
1971.
1972.
1973.




405.695
433, 076
478.638
503. 647
534.270
588.647
734, 715
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
3,430,076
3,647,678
3, 741.160
3,927, 535

Lubricating oils

74,602
82,015
80.887
81. 700
70,072
77,639
73. 746
73, 321
68,029
69.818
74.584
73, 601
69, 996
73.686
81. 679
74. 296
73.012
74, 410
76,316
76,095
90.776
92, 573
92.311
97,476
87,610
88,185
95,474
103,094

Passenger
automobiles a n d
motorcycles ^

25,893
204, 680
270, 958
332.812
452.066
653. 363
578,149
785,716
867. 482
1,047,813
1,376,372

1,144,233
1,170.003
1,039,272

1,331,292
1. 228, 629
1,300, 440
1, 659, 510
1,745,969
1,887,691
1,492,225
1,413.833
1,630,777
1,863,956
1,763.327
1,695,112
583, 223
- 8 3 , 241

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Radio
Refriger- a n d teleAutomo- Parts and
ators,
vision re- Electric,
Tires,
biles,
Business
accesceiving
gas, a n d
a n d store freezers,
tubes,
sories for
tracks
air-conmasets a n d
oil a p and tread
autoand
chhies 9 dltloners, p h o n o - pliances 9
rubber
busses ^ raobiles 8
etc. 10
graphs.
parts 9
37,144
62,099
91.963
136, 797
123,630
121,285
147, 446
210.032
149,914
134,805
189,434
199.298
206.104
215. 279
271,938
236,659
257, 200
303,144
350,946
426,361
460,069
468,910
447,743
689,304
659,986
625,290
497,138
461,353

68,871
99,932
122,951
120.138
88,733
119.475
164,135
177.924
134,759
136,709
145, 797
157.291
166, 720
166,234
189,476
188.819
198. 077
224, 507
228,762
262,874
196,646
34. 640
76,226
81,387
84,069
84,078
94,099
107,489

118,092
174,927
159, 284
150. 899
151.795
198.383
161,328
180,047
152.567
164,316
177,872
251. 454
259. 820
278,911
304, 466
279,572
361. 662
398, 860
411,483
440,467
481,803
503. 753
489,139
631,627
614,796
693,377
681,320
814, 042

15,792
25,183
32,707
33,344
30,012
44,491
48, 515
50, 2.59
18.992
57, 281
70,146
83,175
90, 658
93,894
99,370
98. 305
81, 719
74, 845
71,867
74,426
6,745
-461
10
-25
-1
-12
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13,385
9,229
37, 352
63,856
58, 473
67. 267
77,833
49.160
64, 316
42,085
96,319
128,187
57,970
118.244
87.424
159,383
75,059
135, 535
38,004
136,849
49,078
161,098
46,894
149,192
39. 379
146. 422
40, 593
152, 566
50, 034
169, 451
55,920
148.989
54,638
173,024
61, 498
184. 220
62, 799
197,596
75,987
221,769
137 1 2 - 3 , 7 6 1
- 2 , 850 12 - 1 , 3 2 9
436
597
31
-129
-30
-6
-10
129
8
1
231

25, 492
65,608
87,858
80.935
80. 406
121.996
89, 544
113.390
97,415
50.859
71,064
75,196
61. 400
62.373
69, 276
64. 483
66, 435
68,171
77,676
80,983
5,387
-758
236
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excise
taxes

922,671
1. 425,395
1. 649, 234
1.771.533
1.836,053
2, 383, 677
2.348, 913
2.862, 788
2, 689.133
2.885.016
3,456.013
3,761.925
3,974,135
3, 958, 789
4, 735,129
4. 896,802
5,132. 949
5, 610. 309
6,020,543
6,418,146
6,613,869
5,478,347
5.713,973
6.601,146
6,683,061
6,684, 799
5, 728. 657
5, 395, 750

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MisceUaneous excise taxes

Retailers excise taxes«

Fiscal year

Jewelry

1946,
1947.
1948
1949
1950
1951
.1952
1953
1954
1956
1966
1957
1958
1959
1980
1961
1962.
1963
1964.
1965
1966
1967.
1968
1969,
1970,
1971.
1972.
1973

223,342
236,615
217,899
210,688
190,820
210,239
220,339
234,659
209,256
142,366
152,340
166,604
156,134
156,382
165,699
188,498
176,023
181,902
189,437
204,672
43,264
1,843
442
34
26
164
6
9

Furs

91,708
97,481
79,539
61,946
45,781
57,604
51,436
49,923
39,036
27,053
28,261
29,494
28,644
29,909
30,207
29,226
31,163
29,287
30,016
31,390
3,179
204
287
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Toilet
preparations

95,674
95,542
91,852
93,989
94,996
108,339
112,892
115,676
110,149
71,829
83,776
92,888
98,158
107,988
120,211
131,743
144,594
158,351
176,867
195,833
40,898
1,218
131
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-1
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Luggage,
handbags,
wallets

81,423
84,588
80,632
82,607
77,532
82,831
90,799
95,750
79,891
60,896
67,619
57,116
68,785
61,488
62,573
68,182
89,384
74,019
78,704
81,386
20,814
655
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Diesel
and
special
motor
fuels 13

7,138
15,091
17,989
22,692
24,484
39,454
48,061
52,528
71,889
88,856
105,178
113,012
128,079
152,188
159,326
182,147
201,918
224,657
257,712
266,388
298,608
334,473

Noncommercial
aviation
gasoline

4,753
8.838
10,248

Noncommercial
aviation
fuel,
other
than
gasoline

10,918
19.381
43,460

Total
retailers
excise
taxes

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

492,046
514,227
489,923
449,211
409,128
457,013
482,804
511,100
456,301
314,837
346,360
375,535
387,682
408,258
450,559
488,505
526,341
556,570
603,092
685,369
287,481
185,788
202,784
224,693
267,820
282,144
326.833
388,218

234,393
252,748
275,255
311,380
312,339
354,660
395,434
417,940
412,508
230,251
241,643
266,186
279,375
292,412
312,055
343,894
350,566
364,618
379,608
458,057
907,917
1,101,853
1,105,478
1,318,378
1,469,562
1,624,533
1,650,499
1,885,228

Admissions i
General
telephone
service

145.689
164,944
193,621
224,531
247,281
290,320
310,337
357,933
359,473
290,198
315.690
347,024
370,810
398,023
426,242
483,408
492,912
515,987
530,588
620,880
(20)
(20)
(20)
(20)
(20)
(20)
(20)
(20)

Transport a t i o n of
persons is

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
250,802
423,082
515,269
579,167

Transport a t i o n of
property
(including
coal) 17

220,121
276,701
317,203
337,030
321,193
381,342
388,589
419,804
395,554
398,039
450,579
487,978
482,989
143,250
3,140
1,306
668
461
277
215
115
51
30
21,585
29,455
37,214

General
admissions

343,191
392,873
386,101
385,844
371,244
348,492
330,816
312,831
271,952
106,086
104,018
75,847
54,883
49,977
34,494
36,879
39,169
42,789
47,053
51,968
45,668
358
76
-22
-35
-21
-18
-120

Cabarets

72,077
63,350
53,527
48,857
41,453
42,646
45,489
48,691
38,312
39,271
42,255
43,241
42,919
45,117
49,805
33,603
36,606
39,794
41,028
43,623
35,738
3,041
1,074
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[In thousands of doUars]
Excise t a x e s — C o n t i n u e d
MisceUaneous excise t a x e s — C o n t i n u e d
Fiscal y e a r
Club dues
a n d initiat i o n fees

1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1965
1966
1957
1968
1969
1960
1981
1982
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1988
1969
1970
1971
1972
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18,899
23,299
25,499
27,790
28,740
30,120
33,592
38,829.
31,978
41,963
47,171
54,236
60,338
64,813
67,187
64,357
69,452
71,097
75,120
79,671
62,671
1,825
1,636
1,040
206
22
-37
-60

Sugar

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56,732
69,152
71,247
76,174
71,188
80,192
78,473
78,130
74,477
78,512
82,894
86,091
85,911
86,378
89,856
91,818
96,636
99,903
95,411
97,109
102,932
104,203
102,270
108,191
113,309
113,656
115,752
113,616

U s e t a x on
highway
motor vehicles
weighing
over
26,000 lbs.i3

27,163
33,117
32,532
38,333
45,576
79,761
99,481
100,199.
102,038
104,240
108,178
108,918
124,273
135,086
145,058
157,279
188,517

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excise taxes

172,249
75,176
88,035
89,799
98,732
79,210
82,430
88,708
88,889
85,158
84,981
89,132
79,316
43,879
38,688
43,767
37,651
38,696
43,206
54,447
55,236
60,083
138,269
149,309
115,615
159,876
226,564
.273,974

1,490,101
1,551,245
1,855,711
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
1,314,980
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
3,041,506

Unclassified
excise taxes 20

T o t a l excise
taxes

114,687
-31,209
86,237
-32,749
66,351
99,644
-80,943
101,468
- 66,251
106,387
-32,119
37,933
676,867
288,480
159,458
38,059
410,000
779,330
320,336

6,684,178
7,283,376
7,409,941
7,678,846
7,698,405
8,703,599
8,971,158
9,946,116
9,517,233
9,210,582
10,004,195
10,637,544
10,814,288
10,759,549
11,884,741
12,084,302
12,752,178
13,409,737
13,950,232
14,792,779
13,398,112
14,113,748
14,320,396
16,542,787
15,904,264
16,871,851
16,847,036
16,572,318

Taxes not
otherwise
classified

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211,597
211,723
21 6,138
21288

22 7,352
22 5,289
2216,482
2^7,024
2-'6,444

40,672,097
39,108 386
41,864,642
40,463 125
38,957,132
50,445,686
65,009,586
69,686,635
69,919,991
68,288,692
75,112,649
80,171,971
79,978,476
79,797 973
91,774,803
94,401 086
99,440,839
105,925 395
112,260,267
114,434,634
128,879,961
148,374,815
153,636,838
187,919,660
195,722,096
191,647,198
209,856 737
237,787,204

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' Revised
1 For figures for 1863-1915, see 1929 Annual Report, p. 419; for 1916-28, see 1947 Annual
Report, p, 310; and for 1929-45, see 1963 Annual Report, p. 486.
2 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
1950; since December 1956, disability insurance taxes, and since June 1965, hospital
Insurance taxes have been deposited In the same way. For the same period'?, 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. 2Gl(a) of the Social Security Act, as amended (42 U,S,C. 401(a)). ','Individual
income taxes withheld" by employers, 1951-56, include amounts subsequently transferred to the Government of Guam, under the provisions of the act approved Aug. 1,
1950 (48 U,S.C, 1421h); since 1956 these amounts are excluded.
3 Beginning with 1952, includes the tax on business income of exempt organizations.
Income tax on the Alaska Railroad was included until repealed, effective with taxable
years ending after June 30, 1952.
* Beginning with 1954, includes taxes coUected in Puerto Rico upon products of
Puerto Rican manufacture coming into the United States. Tobacco taxes "other"
repealed effective Jan. 1,1966 (Public Law 89-44).
* Through 1956, "Distilled spirits" included amounts coUected by Customs on
Imports of both distUled spirits and beer. Beginning with 1957, Imported beer is included
with "Beer."
* Includes stamp taxes on issues, transfers, and sales of bonds, capital stock, and
similar interest sales until repealed effective June 22. 1965 (Public Law 89-44) and
taxes on silver bullion sales or transfers untU repealed effective June 5, 1963 (Public
Law 88-36). Tax on foreign insurance policies (1 cent or 4 cents per $1 of premium)
payable by return on and after Jan. 1, 1966 (Public Law 89-44 and Treasury Decision
6868). Deeds of conveyance, $100 to $500, 55 cents; each additional $500 or fraction
thereof, 55 cents, repealed effective Jan. 1,1968 (Publio Law 89-44).
^ Passenger automobiles and light trucks repealed Dec. 11, 1971 (Revenue Act of
1971). Motorcycles repealed effective Sept, 1, 1955 (Public Law 379).
8 Parts and accessories for automobiles (except truck parts), repealed effective Jan. 1,
1966 (Public Law 89-44).
» Repealed, effective June 22,1965 (Public Law 89-44).
10 Air conditioners, repealed, effective May 15,1965; refrigerators and freezers, repealed
effective June 22,1965 (Public Law 89-44).
11 Includes manufacturers excise taxes on jewelry (1932, repealed by the Revenue Act
of 1936), furs (1932, repealed effective June 30, 1938), and toUet preparations (1939, repealed effective Oct. 1, 1941); beguming 1942 includes manufacturers excise taxes on
phonograph records, musical instruments, and luggage, repealed effective June 22,1966
(Public Law 89-44), Also includes tax on electrical energy, repealed by Revenue Act
of 1951.
12 Negative figure stems primarily from floor stock credits taken on certain taxes repealed by the Excise Tax Reduction Act of 1965.
13 Beginning with fiscal 1957, coUections are applied in accordance with provisions
of the Highway Revenue Act of 1956, as amended (23 U.S,C, 120 note).
1 General and toll telephone and teletypewriter service reduced to 3 percent, effective
4




Jan. 1, 1966. Private communications service, telegraph service, and wire equipment
service, repealed, effective Jan. 1,1966 (Public Law89-44'>. For general and toll telephone
service and for teletypewriter exchange service, the rate of tax on amounts paid on bills
first rendered bn or after Apr. 1.1986, for services rendered after Jan. 31,1966. is increased
from 3 percent to 10 percent ofthe amount paid (Public Law 89-368). Forgeneral and toU
telephone service and for teletypewriter exchange service, tho rate of tax was scheduled
to be reduced from 10 percent to 1 percent on amounts paid on bills first rendered on or
alter Apr. 1. 1968. Public Law 90-285 continued the 10-percent rate to Apr. 30,1968; the
Revenue and Expenditure Control Act of June 28, 1968 (Public Law 90-364) retroactively restored the 10-percent rate.
15 Rate of 10 percent repealed effective Nov. 16, 1962, except on air transportation
which was reduced to 5 percent.
i« Repealed effective noon Dec. 31, 19Q5.
1 Repealed effective Aug. 1, 1958 (26 U.S.C. 4292 note).
7
1 After fiscal 1965, included in "Toll telephone, telegraph, radio, and cable services."
3
i» Includes certain delinquent taxes collected under repealed laws and various other
taxes not shown separately.
20 Includes undistributed depositary receipts and unappUed collections of excise
taxes.
2 Capital stock tax repsaled for years ending after June 30, 1945.
1
22 Beginning with 1955, includes unidentified and excess collections, and proflts from
sale of acquired property. UntU 1955, such amounts were included in "Miscellaneous
excise taxes, All 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 directly comparable to gross budget receipts from Internal revenue; the differences in amounts occur because of differences in the time
when payments are included in the respective reoorts. Through 1954, the payments
were included in Internal Revenue service coUection reports after the returns 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 railroad retirement taxes and many excises, these taxes
are paid currently into Treasury depositaries and the depositary receipts, as evidence
of such payments, are attached to quarterly returns to the Internal Revenue Service.
Under this procedure, the payments are included in budget receipts in the month in
which the depositary receipts are issued to taxpayers.
Revised accounting procedures, effective July 1, 1954, extended this practice to
Internal Revenue Service coUection reports, so that these reports include depositary
receipts in the month in which they are issued instead of the month in which tax returns supported by the receipts are received in the directors' offices. It is not possible
to make a complete classification of excise taxes paid 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 with returns and distributed by classes
of tax, and beginning Jan. 1, 1968, amounts of Federal tax deposit forms purchased
and not yet applied to taxpayers' llabllitie.s.

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TABLE 11.—Internal revenue collections and refunds by State, fiscal year 1973
[In thousands of dollars]

States, etc.

Alabania
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
_.
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawah
Idaho.
llhnois
Indi ana.
Iowa _ Kansas
Kentucky
.,
Louisiana.
Maine
Maryland 1
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missomi
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey...
New Mexico
New York
North Carohna
....
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregoii
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
.
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas.
UtahVermont
Virginia.. _
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin.
Wyoming
International 2
Undistributed:
Federal tax deposits and
depositary receipts 3
Transferred to Government of Guam
_
Withheld taxes of Federal
employees ^
Gasoline, lubricating oil,
and excess FICA credits^
Unclassified
Clearing account for excise
taxes—aviation fuel and
oil—Air Force and Navy
Total

Individual
income and
employment
taxes
1,577,402
224,348
1, 225,825
708,525
16, 972, 488
3, 069,382
3,896, 208
854,409
5,108,376
3,103,067
820,174
486,737
12,872,118
4,351,986
1,545.703
1,342,630
1,458,480
1,835,879
488,384
5,482,292
5, 053, 940
10,236,987
3,555,379
711,255
4,531,030
313,312
1,151,507
446,401
481,861
6, 395, 921
465, 783
23, 644,595
2, 990, 247
259, 989
10, 470,827
1,463,630
1,545,378
11,032,752
821,518
1,187,073
260,586
2,225,562
8,353,841
566,799
234,752
2, 703,731
2,337,369
658,978
3,194, 294
163,991
749,842

241,364
16,129
155,721
122, 549
2,364,828
272,594
858, 029
545,565
902, 767
643,441
86,199
68,249
3, 244, 952
684,404
333,870
217, 699
352,544
308,133
70,358
871,348
952, 981
3,876,323
725,873
125,841
940,305
36,341
161,518
80, 554
72,023
1,749,582
43, 014
7,831, 630
791,037
24,185
2,334,149
295, 008
322,373
1, 701, 207
169, 997
225,513
33,078
420,.016
1, 614, 203
79,923
29,431
419,478
322, 949
98,720
819, 572
17, 579
56,174

1, 098,368

Estate
and
gift
taxes

Excise
taxes
;
136, 944
5,093
12, 635
46,581
1, 400, 942
247, 627
373,826
3,045
209, 759
277, 217
15, 931
5,864
1,153, 480
425, 200
37,368
55,691
1, 286,144
81, 645
9,783
481,890
314, 638
695,439
154, 393
24, 002
497,153
5,455
97,594
8,901
21,403
443, 216
9,912
1,072,041
1,325,863
- 8,271
1,125,888
378, 730
42,833
1,059,901
18,937
25,025
8,398
102,663
1,511,753
17,409
, 3,151
650,915
178,462
22,329
• 277,287
23,993
125,809
53,906

Refunds of
taxes

1, 990,542
246, 719
1,431,937
898,813
21,386, 204
3, 638,051
5,307,204
1,432,438
6, 499, 990
4,087,385
735,359
577, 270
17, 599, 555
5, 555, 766
1, 973, 428
1,657,994
3,145, 918
2,276,937
581,258
6,785, 450
6,513,894
14,948,744
4,503, 203
885,151
6,081,828
386,459
1,447,159
562,862
598, 336
8, 753,915
529,796
33, 219,404
5,179,552
300, 526
14,163,123
2,178,980
1,945,825
14, 050,469
1, 027, 982
1, 459,432
309, 298
2,"811, 214
11,773,598
673,077
288,758
3,860,802
2,899, 660
801,168
4,368, 538
212,423
952, 662

262,051
55,789
233, 709
137,252
3,418,767
277.530
482, 710
76, 874
748, 936
450,782
112, 262
70, 287
1, 498, 089
569, 239
243,199
193,109
266,602
315,262
97,314
685,730
759,076
1.243.983
449,157
132,287
502,119
59,949
137,148
83, 389
87, 673
937, 543
91, 570
2, 797,807
418,133
42,268
1.386.984
231, 747
269,904
1, 452,320
111,854
211, 748
44, 945
357,509
1,159, 932
122,386
42,798
508,898
408,361
160.531
463,135
33, 368
100, 504

1, 636, 572 .

84,458 .

84,458 .

623,833

590,100

24 .
6177,193,715 39, 045, 309

34,831
1,150
37,757
21,158
647,987
48,448
181,142
29,419
279,088
83, 641
13,055
16,421
329,005
94,176
56,484
41, 975
48,770
53,280
14,752
129,920
192,355
139, 994
67,559
24,053
113,339
11,351
36,539
27,006
20,050
165,196
11,087
671,138
72,406
8,101
232,279
41, 612
35, 243
256, 809
17,529
21,821
7,237
82, 973
293,799
8,946
21,423
86, 678
80,881
21,140
77,388
6,858
20,837

Total
collections

-10,710 .

-10,710 .

See footnotes at end of table.




Corporation
income
taxes

621, 406
1,308

24 .

^ I6, 572,318 4, 975,862 237,787, 204 8 25, 628, 083

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55

TABLE 11.—Internal revenue collections and refunds by State, fiscal year 1973
—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Individual
income and
employment
taxes

States, etc,

Corporation
Income

Excise
taxes

Estate
and gift
ta«es

Total
cohections

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

Refunds
of taxes

598
596
630
1,238
310
775
469

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 apphed 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
from salaries of Federal employees.
5 Represents credits allowable on income tax returns for certain gasohne and lubricating oil tax payments
and for excess social security payments under the Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA).
8 Includes $49.9 bilhon transferred to the Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, the Federal
disabihty insurance trust fund, the railroad retirement accounts, the Federal hospital Insurance trust fund,
and the unemployment trust fund for benefit payrnents within the States.
7 Includes $5.6 bilhon gasohne 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 undelivered 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 disability Insurance trust fund, the highway
trustfund, and the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (42 U,S,C, 1101 (b)(3)), which Is the estimated aggregate
of refunds due on taxes collected and transferred.
NOTE.—Receipts in the various States do not indicate the Federal tax burden of each since, in many
instances, taxes are collected In one State from residents of another State. For example, withholding taxes
reported by employers located near State hnes may Include substantial amounts withheld from salaries of
employees who reside in neighboring States. Likewise payments of refunds within a State may not be apphcable to the collections within that State since refunds are payable In the State of residence or principal place
of business of the taxpayer which may not be the point at which collections are made.
Collections in full 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 by ihe Federal Reserve banks, fiscal years 1947-73 ^
1947-70

Boston
$1,091,348,961.38
New York
5, 413,427,578.72
Philadelphia... 1,164,303,147.47
Cleveland
1,717,803,538.85
Richniond
1,420,732,456.04
Atlanta
1,072,741,364.61
Chicago
3,575,355,413.29
St. Louis
764,593,548.27
Minneapolis...
414,732,449.98
Kansas City...
815, 891, 935.19
DaUasl
820,474,735.68
SanFrancisco.. 2,737,905,930.72
Total

1071

1972

$172,432,855.18
918,887, 523.82
181,615,304.78
273,641,042.63
280,034,854.50
170,380,347.90
588,029,815.85
120,915,256.34
62,695,865.66
127,528,911.57
153,872,459.41
503,135,114.11

$151,222,876.05
846,333,478.55
173,478,483.10
254,119,874.08
235,960,927.12
152,939,134.82
543,545,610.72
113,988,872.01
54,610,302.95
116,812,133.80
144,977,928.63
484,207,670.23

1973

Cumulative
through 1973

$152,752,746.99 $1,567,757,439.60
937, 626,799.75 8,118, 275, 380.84
186,885,584.90
1,706,062,520.25
263,191,607.20 2,508,756, 062.78253,062,539.53 2,169,790,577.19
169,684.035.29
1,565,744,882.62
570,701,090.95 5,277,631,930.81
119,958,592.44
1,119,456,069.06
60,049,684.45
592,088,283.04
134,101,351.37 1,194,134,331. 93
152,084,778.85
1,271,189,900.57
495,210,334.33 4,200,459,049.39

21,009,111,060.20 3,532,969,151.75 3,252,197,090.06 3,495,069,126.05

31,289,346,428.08

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 each
bank to 100 percent of subscribed capital where it fell below that aniount. Beginning in 1980, pursuant to
a decision by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, consists of all net earnings after
dividends and after provisions for building up sm'plus to 100 percent of subscribed capital at those banks
where surplus is below that amomit and also cf the aniounts by which sm'plus at the other banks exceed
subscribed capital. Beginning in 1985, the surplus is maintained at the level of the paid-in capital instead
of subscribed capital.




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TABLE 13.—Customs collections and payments hy regions and districts, fiscal 1973
I. CUSTOMS COLLECTIONS

Regions and districts

Duties

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

Internal
Revenue
Service

Total

$105,240,803
17,871,785
59,136,235
37,298,578
7,037,752
9,419,477
7,339,520

-.

Total Baltimore region..
Miami region:
District offices:
Charleston..
Miami
San J u a n . . .
St. Thomas
Savannah
Tampa
Wilmington.
Total Miami region
New Orleans region:
District offices:
Mobile
NewOrleans
Total New Orleans region.
Houston region:
District offices:
El Paso
Galveston
Houston
Laredo
Port Arthur.
Total Houston region
Los Angeles region:
District offices:
LosAngeles
Nogales
SauDiego
Total Los Angeles region




$134,334,611
27,085,916
70,080,959
73,488,367
7,791,868
11,767,479
12, 688,760

2,239,209

91,634,603

337,217,960

2,977,923
233,878
789,726

134,017,394
28,943,428
1,451,913

923, 673,483
98, 818,325
259,130,285

1,113,207,833

Total New York region
Baltimore region:
District offices:
Baltimore
Norfolk
Philadelphia
Washington, D.C

$28,550,477
9,127,064
10,628,531
35,595,101
282,377
2,288,911
5,182,142

786,678,168
69,641,021
256,888,646

.

$543,331
87,087
316,193
594,690
491,739
59,091
147,098

243,344,148

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

Miscellaneous
customs
collections

4,001, 525

164,412,735

1,281, 622,093

103,004,914
75,668,575
151,752,839 '
6,306,964

490,940
627,563
1,194,616
64,52.5

42,928,944
5,315,309
24,275,987
9,789,982

146,424,798
81,611,447
177,223,222
16,161,451

336,633,092

2,377,844

82,310,182

421,320,918

56,209,081
48,385,863

172,840
397,272
370,137

35,991,110
48,621,035
50,259,357 ;

129,298
383,959
81,859

2,777,080
22,820,767
181,019
27,407
7,726,070
15,178,734
2,515,991

59,159,001
71,403,902
631,166
27,407
43,848,476
82,183,728
52,857, 007

237,466 448

1, 515,163

51,007,068

289,988, 677

11,692,408
101, 560 570

245, 743
1,000,415

3, 092, 759
12,132,348

15, 030, 910
114 693 333

113,252,978

1, 246,158

15, 225,107

129, 724,243

20,577,926
10,471,145
83,120,890
41,932,279
4,029,291

261,373
274,638
596,449
320,219
169,410

5,882,673
382,183
17,164,085
755,318
174

28,721,972
11,127,966
100,881,424
43,007,816
4,198,876

160,131,531

1,622,089

24,184,433

185,938,053

384,677,970!
27,686,183
21,756,216

1,503,990
132,562
599,212

39,517,128
295,148
392,275

425,699,088
28,113,893
22,747,703

434,120,369

2,235,784

40,204,551

476,560,684

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T A B L E 13.—Customs collections and payments by regions and districts, fiscal
1973—Continued
Regions and districts

Duties

San Francisco region:
District offices:
Anchorage
Great Falls
Honolulu
Portland, Oreg...
San Francisco
Seattle

Miscellaneous
customs
collections

Internal
Revenue
Service

Total

$1,187,269
6,595,284
18,733,912
40,085,324
158,415,345
100,180,479

3,109,542

58,397,041

384,704,196

140,435,255
51,968,359
98,448,238
9,420,343
9,571,336
11,535,952
8,258,644
16,829,020

488,563
349,097
847,598
100,894
26,687
70,437
37,395
55,049

48,024,589
21,720,872
154,189,702
23,920
4,078,931
3,867,273
72,793
7,956,984

188,948,407
74,038,128
253,465,538
9,545,157
13,678,954
15,473,662
8,388,832
24,841,053

346,467,147

Total Chicago region
Total aU regions

$1,571,619
6,628,153
20,430,081
41,898,366
194,032,851
120,143,126

1,975,720

237,914,864

586,357,731

3,307,821,157

-

$174,479
5,268
3,051,380
1,347,222
34,983,390
18,835,302

323,197,813

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

$209,871
27,601
644,789
465,820
634,116
1,127,345

20,322,814

785,290,584

4,093,434,555

II. EXPENDITURES BY CUSTOMS

Payments
Region

Collections
totals

Excess
duty
and
similar
refunds

CoUections
net
Drawback

Boston
$337,217,960 $5,898,033 $3,984,899
NewYork
1,281,622,093 22,445,492 15,088,776
Baltimore
421,320,918 7.367,167 4,952,510
Miami
289,988,677 5,073,885 3,410,873
NewOrleans
129,724,243 2,278,948 1,532,002
Houston.
185,938,053 3,253,593 2,187,198
LosAngeles
476,560,884 8,348,978 5,612,524
SanFrancisco..-. 384,704,196 8,736,514 4,528,559
Chicago
586,357,731 10,262,436 6,898,827
Unassigned
Grand
total

Total

Expenses
(net obligations)

$9,882,932 $327,355,028 $20,045,778
37,534,288 1,244,087,825 50,089,732
12,319,677
409,001,241 13,236,222
8,484,758
281,503,919 13,753,183
3,810,950
125,913,293
6,675,045
5,440,791
180,497,262 21,236,686 13,961,502
462,599,182 21,415,924
11,265,073
373,439,123 23,023,334
17,161,263
569,196,468 21,110,110
21,151,208

4,093,434,555 71,665,046 48,176,168 119,841,214 3,973,593,341 211,637,120




Cust to
collect
$100

$8.12
4.03
3.24
4.89
5.22
11.77
4.63
6,17
3.71

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TABLE 14,—Summary of customs collections and expenditures, fiscal years 1972
and 1973
SCHEDULE I.—COLLECTIONS BY CUSTOMS

1973

Duties:
Consumption entries
Warehouse withdrawals
Mail entries
Passenger baggage entries
C rew member baggage entries
Mill tary baggage entries
Informal entries
Appraisement entries
Vessel repair entries.
Other duties.

.

$3,074,105,284 $3,024,262,938
262,289,200
235,491,109
23,806,737
22,659,232
10,678,485
7,858,889
1,064,080
804,013
.
713,343
459,764
16,583,231
11,765,093
363,834
128,117
2,789,345
1,082,265
.
1,905,757
3,409,737

,.
.;.

Total d u t i e s . . . .
Miscellaneous:
Violations of custonis laws
Marine inspection and navigation services
Testing, inspecting, and grading..
Miscellaneous taxes
.
Fees
Unclaimed funds
Recoveries
AU other customs receipts

Percentage
increase, or
decrease (—)

-1.6
-10.2
-5.2
-26.4
-24.4
-35.5
-29.1
-64.7
-61.2
78.9

3,394,299,298
•

L
.
-

Total misceUaneous
Internal revenue taxes
Total collections

3,307,821,157

-2.5

7,886,775
1,348
82,275
7,855,484
165,020
313,781
16,728
37,270

0,788,658
1,068
83,848
9,442,824
173,895
746, 504
35,222
51,195

24.1
-20.8
1.7
20.2
5.3
137.9
110.6
37.4

16,358,681
786,689,833

20,322,814
765,290,684

24.2
-2.7

4,197,347,810

4,093,434,555

-2.5

SCHEDULE II.—SOURCE AND APPLICATION OF OPERATING FUNDS

1972

Source of funds:
Appropriation reahzed—"Salaries and expenses, U.S.
Customs Service"
Net transfers—nonexpenditure transactions
Reimbursements from:
Agriculture—quarantine program
,
Commerce—export control program
.
Transportation—air security program
.
State—foreign customs assistance program
Reimbursable services—Acts of 1911 and 1936
AU other sources...
Total funds provided
Application of funds by program:
Processing of arriving persons and cargo
Investigations—law enforcement
Internal audit
Executive direction
Total funds apphed
Withdrawn appropriation balance
Refunds:
Excessive duties and similar refunds
D rawback payments
Total




1973

Percentage
increase, or
decrease (—)

$189,000,000
+3,845,986

$211,700,000
+1,277,569

12.0
-86.8

2,755,000
1,329,000
21,293,971
804,264
21,363,322
7,913,620

2, 912,400
608, 500
15,752,052
1,476,074
24,828, 508
7,874,984

5.7
-54.2
-26.0
83.5
15.3
-3.0

248, 305,163

266,028, 065

71
.

161,711,342
62,058,250
2,314,018
22, 200,844

175,413,888
80,470, 503
2,618,839
28,184,406

-2.6
13.2
17.9

248, 284,454

264,687,618

20, 709

1,340,449

64,223,909
43,169,434

71,665,048
48,176,168

107,393,343

119,841,214

8.5

66
.

11.6
11.8

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
T A B L E 15.—Postal receipts and expenditures, fiscal years 1936-73
Postal revolving fund as reported to the Treasury by the
U.S, Postal Service
Postal expenditures '
Year
Postal
revenues

Extraordinary
expenditures
as reported
under act of
June 9,1930

Other

Surplus, or
deflcit ( - )

Advances
Surplus
from the
revenue
Treasury to
paid Into the cover postal
Treasury» deficiencies 3

1936
1937
1938
1939
1940

$665,343,356
726,201,110
728.634,051
745,955,075
766,948,627

$88,585,283
51,587,336
42,799,687
48,540,273
53,331,172

$685,074,398
721,228,508
729,645,920
736,106,665
754,401,894

-$88,316,324
-46,614,732
-43,811,556
-38,691,863
-40,784,239

$86,038,862
41,896,945
44,258.861
41,237,263
40,870,336

1941.
1942
1943
1944
1945

812,827,736
859.817,491
966,227,289
1,112,877,174
1,314,240,132

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

778,108,078
800,040,400
830,191,483
942,345,968
1,028.902.402

-24,117,812
-14,139,037
13,691,909
43,891.556
169,138,948

30,064,048
18,308,869
14,620.876
4—28,999,995
649,769

1946
1947
1948
1949
1950

1,224,572,173
1,299,141,041
1,410,971,284
1,571,851,202
1.677,486,987

100,246,983
92,198,225
96,222,339
120,118,663
119,960,324

1,253,406,696
1,412,600,531
1,591,583,096
2,029,203,465
2,102,988,758

-129,081,506
• -205,657,715
-276,834,1,52
-577,470,926
-645,482,114

1951
1952
1953
1954 5..
1955 5

1,776,816,354
1,947.316,280
2,091,714,112
2,263,389,229
2,336,667,658

104,895,553
107,209,837
103,445.741

2,236,503,513
2, 559,650,534
2.838.680.670
2,575,386,760
2.692,966,698

-564,582,711
- 719,644,090
-650,412,299
-311,997,531
-356,299,040

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

1956 5
1957 5
1958 5
1959 5 . .
1960 5

2,419,211,749
2,547,689,618
2,583,459,773
3,061,110,753
3.334,343,038

2,882,291,083
3,065,128,085
3,257,452,203
3.834.997.671
3,821,959,408

-463,079,314
-517,636,447
-673,992,431
-773,886,918
-487,616,370

382,311,040
516,602,460
921,750,883
605,184,335
669,229.167

19615
1962 5
1963 5
1964 5
1965 5 . . . . . . .

3,482,961,182
3,609,260,097
3,869,713,783
4,393,616,717
4,682,663,155

4,347,945,979
4,343.436,402
4,840,048,650
4,971,215,682
5,467,205,453

-864,984,797
-734,176,305
-^770,334,767
-577,698,905
-804,542,298

824,989,797^
773,739,374
817,693,516
698,626.276
764,090,520

1966 5
1987 5
1968 5
1969 5
1970 5

5,038,666,873
5,326,427,981
5,714,395,043
6.352,768,003
6.570.127,025

19715
1972 5
1973 5

6,906,594,243
9,488,617,835
0,933,539,708

(6)
(6)
(6)

{')
(•)

(0

(^)
(•)

(0

(')
(•)

$1,000,000
188,102,579

12,000,000

160,672,098
241,787,174
310,213,461
524,297,262
592,614,046

V)
V)

5,926,862,604
6,467,613,482
6,793,911.210
7,273,101,703
8,080,151,078

-888,195,731
-1,141,185,601
-1,079,616,167
-920,333,700
-1,510,023,453 . . :

941.098.236
1,174,402,607
1.140.204.035
1,133,'664,184
1,735,039,917

(0
(0

9,090,004,693
9,843,421,440
10,000,258,492

- 2 , l'83.410.451
-354,803.614
-156,718,783

2,576,625,999
1,284,282,854
2,516,836

(•)

(•)
(')

(')

%

1 Includes salary deductions paid to and deposited for credit to the retirement fund.
2 On basis of warrants-issued adjusted to basis of dally Treasury statements through 1947.
»Advances to the Postmaster General to meet estimated deficiencies in postal revenues, reduced by repayments from prior year advances. Excludes allowances for offsets of extraordinary expenditures or the cost
of free mailings. Figures are on basis of warrants-issued adjusted to basis of daily Treasury statements
through 1953, and thereafter on basis of the central accounts of the U.S. Government maintained by the
Department of the Treasury.
4 Repayment of unexpended portion of prior years' advances.
6 Transactions for 1954-73 are on the basis of cash receipts and expenditures as reported by the U.S.
Postal Service. Reports of the Postmaster General are on a modified accrual basis.
fl See letter of the Postmaster General In exhibits in annual reports prior to 1958.
7 Under the act of May 27, 1958 (72 Stat. 143), the Postmaster General is no longer required to certify the
estimated amounts of postage that would hav« been coUected on certam free or reduced-rate mailings.
NOTE.—For figures from 1789-1935 see Annual Report for 1946, p. 419.


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TABLE 16.—Seigniorage on coin and silver bullion, January 1, 1935-June 30, 1973
Total seigniorage Potential seigniorage
on coin (sUver,
on sUver bullion.
clad, and minor) and other metals
and on silver
at cost in TreasurbuUlon revalued er's account, end
of fiscal year >

Fiscal year

Jan. 1,1935-June 30,1964, cumulative
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
Jan. 1. 1035-June30, 1073, cumulative

$2,408,931,105.43
116,996,668.41
648,804,126,79
836,734,039.35
383,141,339.00
250,170,276.34
274,217,884.01
399,662,811.18
606,497,061.61
423,469,724.05
8,348,615,027.07

2 ^7^ 520,617.16
6,560,393.72
950,051,328.32
980,037,560.91
759,844,047.66
700,000,000.00
^
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

* Not cumulative, as coinage metals held by the Treasurer of tho United States change, the potential
seigniorage changes. Potential seigniorage also changes depending on the denomination of the coins manufactured.
a Represents potential seigniorage as of June 30,1964,
n,a. Not available.
i

Federal Debt
I.—Outstanding
TABLE 17.—Federal securities outstanding, fiscal years 1954-73
[Public debt securities on basis of daUy Treasury statements; agency securities on basis of administrative
accounts and reports]
Fiscal year

1964
1955
1956
1967
1968
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973

1

Public debt
securities'

•
j.
.".
'.
..:-

'
.

.

$271,259,599,108
274,374,222,803
272,760,813,649
270,527,171,896
276,343,217,746
284,706,907,078
286,330,760,848
288,970,938,610
298,200,822,721
305,859,632,996
311,712,899,257
317,273,898,984
319,907,087,795
326,220,937,795
347,678,406,426
353,720,253,841
370,918,706,950
398,129,744,455
427,280,460,940
458,141,605,312

Agency
securities 2
$963,466,000
1,559,271,536
1,753,850,700
2,893,571,362
3,967,532,514
5,040,084,860
6,769,652,937
6,477,251,272
7,927,356,819
8,123,100,192
8,631,287,094
0,335,416,039
13,376,757,266
18,465,326,671
24,399,469,289
14,249,052,696
12,609,702,655
12,162,732,155
10,893,562,238
11,100,062,824

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
326,609,315,023
333,283,845,061
344,676,264.466
371,977,865,716
387,969,306,537
383,428,409,605
410,292,476,610
438,154,023,176
460,250,668,136

* Includes certain securities not subject to statutory limitation. For amounts subject to limitation, see
table 21.
2 For content see table 24.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
TABLE 18.—Federal securities held by the public, fiscal years 1954-73

• [On basis of "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the United States Govermnent"]
Federal
securities»

Fiscal year

1954
1955
1958
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1982
1963
1964.
1985
1986
1987
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973

.'

$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, 540
313, 982, 733,188
320, 344,186,351
326, 609,315,023
333, 283,845,061
344, 676, 284,466
371, 977,865,715
367, 969,306,537
383, 428,409,605
410, 292,476,611
438, 164,023,176
469, 250,668,138

Held by the public

Deduct
Investments of
Government
accounts
$46,312, 717,525
47,750,891,975
50,536,857,948
52,931,328, 786
53,329,411,492
52,763, 955,039
53, 685,505,130
54,290, 602, 525
54,917, 698, 638
,474,329
56,345,
,859,460
59,209,
61,540,352,558
.929,484
64,783,
73,819,395,745
79,139, 568,850
87, 881,298,652
4 97,723,153,576
699,043
4 105,139,
439,170
4 113,569,
073,208
4 125,381,

Speciai notes»

$1,411,000,000
1,567,000,000
1,742,000,000
1,088,000,000
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
825,000,000
825,000,000
825,000,000

Total

$224,499, 347,583
226,615, 602,364
222,225,806,401
219,421, 416,472
226,363,338,768
235,002, 786,899
237,176,808,655
238,603, 935,157
248,373, 178, 502
254,481,302,259
257, 553,065,891
261,813, 962,465
264,690, 415, 577
267, 528,
868,721
290, 629,298,865
279,483,009,885
284,880,255,929
304,327, 777,567
323,769,684,007
343,044, 594,928

Percapita*

$1,382.46
1,371.14
1,321.03
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
1,650.31
p 1,630.41

»»Preliminary.
1 For content see table 17.
2 Represents non-interest-bearing pubhc 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, Hawaii,
* For content see table 20.




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1973

REPORT OF T H E

SECRETARY OF T H E

TREASURY

T A B L E 19.—Principal of the public debt, fiscal years 1790-1973
[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 u r y s t a t e m e n t s from
1916 to d a t e , see " B a s e s of T a b l e s " a n d Note]
Date

T o t a l gross
public d e b t

D e c e m b e r 31—
1790
1791
1792
1793
1794
1795
1796
1797
1798
1799
1800
1801
1802
1803
1804
1806
1806
1807
1808
1809
1810
1811

$76,483,477
77,227,925
80,368,634
78,427,406
80,747,687
83,762,172
82,064,479
79,228,629
78,408,670
82,976,294
83,038,061
80,712,632
77,064,686
86,427,121
82,312,151
76,723,271
89,218,399
66,196,31«
57,023,192
63,173,218
48,005,688
45,209,738

D e c e m b e r 31—
1812
1813
1814
1815
1816
1817
1818
1819
1820
1821
1822.
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829
1830
1831
1832

Interestbearing i

J u n e 30

1853
1854
1855
1856
1857
1858
1859
1860
1861
1862
1863
1884
1865
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902

Date

-

.

-

$59,642,412
42,044,517
35,418,001
31,805,180
28,503,377
44,743,256
58,333,156
64,683,256
90,423,292
365,356,045
707,834,255
1,380,028,914
2,217,709,407
2,322,116,330
2,238,954,794
2,191,326,130
2,151,495,065
2,035,881,095
1,920,696,750
1,800,794,100
1,696,483,950
1,724,930,750
1,708,676,300
1,696,685,450
1,697,888,500
1,780,736,650
1,887,716,110
1,709,993,100
1,625,667,760
1,449,810,400
1,324,229,150
1,212,583,850
1,182,160,950
1,132,014,100
1,007,692,350
936,522,600
815,853,990
711,313,110
610,629,120
585,029,330
585,037,100
635,041,890
716,202,060
847,363,890
847,365,130
847,367,470
1,046,048,750
1,023.478,860
987,141.040
931,070,340

S e e f o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




Matured debt
on which
interest h a s
ceased

T o t a l gross
public d e b t

T o t a l gross
public d e b t

D e c e m b e r 31—
$55,962,828
1833
81,487,846
1834
99,833,660
1836
127,334,934
1836
123,491,965
1837
103,466,634
1838
96,629,648
1839
, 91,016,666
1840
89,987,428
1841
93,646,677
1842
90,876,877 J u n e 30—
90,269,778
1843
83,788,433
1844
81,064,060
1846
73,987,367
1846
67,476,044
1847
58,421,414
1848.
48,666,407
1849
39,123,192
I860..-..
24,322,236
1851
7,011,699
1862

D e b t bearing
n o interest

$162,249.
199,248
170,498
168,^901
197,998
170,188
165,225
160,575
159,125
230,520
$158,691,390
171,970
411,767,456
368,629
455,437,271
2,129,425
458,090,180
4,435,865
429,211,734
1,739,108
409,474,321
1,246,334 : 390.873,992
5,112,034
388,503,491
3,589,064
397,002,510
1,948,902
399,406,489
7,926,547
401,270,191
51,929,480
402,796,935
3,216,340
431,785,640
11,425,570
436,174,779
3,902,170 . 430,258,158
16,648,610
393,222,793
5,594,070
373.088,595
37,015,380
374,181,153
7,821,205
373,294,667
6,723,615
386,994,363
18,260,555
390,844,689
7,831,165
389,898,603
19,655,955
393,087,639
4,100,745
392.299.474
9,704,195
413,941,255
6,114,915
451,678,029
2,495,845
445,613,311
1,911,235
431,705,286
1,815,555
409,287,919
1,614,705
393,662,736
2,785,875
380,403,636
2,094,060
374,300,608
1,851,240
380,004,687
1,721,590
378,989,470
1,638,890
373,728,570
1,346,880
378,081,703
1,262,680
384,112,913
1.218,300
389,433,654
1,176,320
238,761,733
1.41.5.620
233.015.585
1.280.860
246,680.157

$4,760,082
37,733
37,613
336,968
3,308,124
10,434,221
3,673,344
5,260,876
13,694,481
20,201,226

---.

T o t a l gross '
public debt
$59,804,661
42,243,785
35,688,499
31,974.081
28,701,375
44,913,424
58.498,381
64,843,831
90,582,417
524,177,955
1,119,773,681
1,815,830,814
2,677,929,012
2,755,763,920
2,650,168,223
2.583,446.456
2,545,110,590
2,436,453,280
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
2,019,285,728
1,856,915,644
1,721,958,918
1,825,307,444
1,578,551,169
1,555,659,550
1,465,485,294
1,384,631,656
1,249,470,511
1,122,396,584
1,005,806,561
968,218,841
961,431,766
1,016,897,817
1,096,913,120
1,222,729,360
1,226,793,713
1,232,743,063
1,436,700,704
1,263,416,913
1,221. .572.245
1,178,031,357

32,742,922
23,461,663
15,925,303
15,550,203
38,826,635
47,044,862
63,061,859
83,452,774
68,304,796
86,199.342

Gross d e b t
per c a p i t a '
$2,32
1,59
1,30
1,10
.93
1.69
1,91
2.06
2.80
15,79
32,91
52.08
75,01
75,42
70,91
67,61
65,17
61,06
56,72
52.65
50,02
49,05
47,84
48,22
44,71
44,82
48,72:
41,60
39.18
35,16
31,83
29,35
27,86
26,85
24,75
22,89
20,23
17,80
15,63
14.74
14,38
14,89
^ 15.76
17.26
16.99
16.77
19.21
16.60
15.74
14,88

63

STATISTICAL APPENDIX
TABLE 19.—Principal of the public debt, fiscal years 1790-1973—Continued
June 30

1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1946
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1967
1968
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973

Interestbearing!

:

$914,641,410
896,157,440
895,168,340
895,169,140
894,834,280
897,603,990
913,317,490
913,317,490
915,363,190
963,776,770
965,706,610
967,953,310
969,769,090
971,562,590
2,712,649,477
12,197,607,642
25,236,947,172
24.062,500,285
23,738,900,085
22,710,338,105
: 22,007,043,612
20,981,242,042
20,210,906,915
19,383,770,860
18,252,664,666
17,317,694,182
16,638,941,379
16,921,892,350
16,519,688,640
19,161,273,540
22,157,643,120
26,480,487,870
27,645.241,089
32,988,790,135
35,800,109,418
36,675,926,880
39,886, %9,732
42.376,496,928
48,387,399.539
71,968,418,098
135,380,305,795
199,643.355,301
256,356,615,818
268,110,872,218
255,113,412,039
250,063,348,379
250,761,636,723
255,209,353,372
252,851,765,497
256,862,861,128
263,946,017,740
268,909,766,654
271,741,267,507
269,883,068.041
268,485,662,677
274,697,660,009
281,833,362,429
283,241,182,765
285,671,608,619
294,442,000,790
301,963,730,701
307,366,561,535
313,112,816,994
315,431,054,919
322,286,952,388
344,400,607,282
351,729,445,327
369,025,522,033
396.289,177.045
425,359,808,227
456,353,304,344

Matured debt
on which
D'ebt bearing
interest has
no Interest
ceased
$1,205,090
1,970,920
1,370,245
1,128,135
1,086,815
4,130,016
2,883,855
2,124,895
1,879,830
1,760,450
1,659,550
1,552,560
1,607,260
1,473,100
14,232,230
20,242,550
11,176,250
6,745,237
10,688,160
25,250,880
98,738,910
30,278,200
30,258,980
13,359,900
14,718,585
45,335,060
50,749,199
31,716,870
51,819,095
00,079,385
65,911,170
54,266.830
230,662,155
169,363,395
118,529,815
141,362,460
142,283,140
204,591,190
204,999,860
98,299,730
140,500,090
200,851,160
268,667,135
376,406,860
230,913,536
279,751,730
244,757,458
264,770,705
512,046.600
418,692,165
298,420.670
437,184,665
588,601,480
666,051,697
529,241,585
597,324,889
476.455,003
444,608,630
349,355,209
437,627,514
310,415,540
295,293,165
292,259,861
307,673,987
284,262,674
253,982,180
460,746,130
365,990.460
321.508.84U
379,877,330
255,128,735

$243,659,413
239,130,656
235,828,610
246,236,696
251,267,098
276,066,398
232,114,027
231,497,584
236,761,917
228,301,285
225,681,685
218,729,630
219,997,718
252,109,877
248,836,878
237,476,173
236,382,738
230,075,945
227.862.g08
227,792,723
243,924,844
239,292,747
275,027,993
246.085,565
244,523,681
241,263,959
241,397,905
231,700,611
229,873,756
265,649,519
315,118,270
518,386,714
824,989,381
620,389,964
505,974,499
447,451,976
411,279,539
386,443,919
369,044,137
355.727,288
1,176,284,446
1,259,180,760
2,056,904,467
934,820,095
2,942,057,534
1,949,146,403
1,763,966,680
1,883,228,274
1,858,164,718
1,823,625,492
1,826,623,328
1,912,647,799
2,044,353,816
2,201,693,911
1,512,367,635
1,048,332,847
2,396,089,647
2,644,969,463
2,949,974,782
3,321,194,417
3,595,486,765
4,061,044,557
3,868.822,129
4,168,358,890
3,650,722,733
2,923,916,963
1,630,062,384
1,627.194,456
1.519.058,570
1,520,685,383
1,533,082,233

Total gross
public debts
$1,159,406,913
1,136,259,016
1,132,367,095
1,142,622,970
1,147,178,193
1,177,690,403
1,148,315,372
1,146,939,969
1,153.984,937
1,193,838,506
1,193,047,746
1,188,236,400
1,191,264,068
1,225,146,568
2,975,618,585
12,455,225,366
25,484,506.160
24,299,321,467
23.977,450,563
22,963,381,708
22,349,707,365
21.250,812,989
20,516,193,888
19,643,216,316
18,611,906,932
17,604,293,201
16,931,088,484
16,186,309,831
16,801,281,492
19,487,002,444
22,638,672,560
27,053,141,414
28,700,892,626
33.778,543,494
36,424,613,732
37,164,740.315
40,439,532,411
42,967,531,038
48,961,443,636
72,422,445.116
136,696.090.330
201,003,387,221
258,682,187,410
269,422,099,173
258,286,383,109
252,292,246,513
252,770,359,860
257,367,352,351
255,221.976,815
259,105,178,785
266,071,081,639
271,259,699,108
274,374,222,803
272,750,813,649
270,527,171,896
276,343,217,746
284,705,907,078
286,330,780,848
288,970,938,610
298,200,822,721
305,859,632,996
311,712,899,257
317,273.898.984
319,907,087,796
326,220,937,795
347,678,406,426
353,720,253,841
370,918,706,950
398,129.744,456
427,260,460,940
458,141,605,312

Gross debt
per capita 2
$14.38
13.83
13,61
13,37
13.19
13.28
12.69
12.41
12,29
12,62
12.27
11,99
11.86
12,02
28,77
119,13
242,56
228,23
220,91
208.65
199.64
186.23
177.12
167.32
156,61
.146,09
139,04
131.61
135.46
156.10
179.48
214.07
226,65
263.79
282.76
286.27
308.98
326.23
367.09
637.13
999.83
1,452,44
1,848,60
1,906.42
1,792.05
1,720.71
1,694,75
1,696,67
1,654.20
1,650.84
1,667.48
1,670.41
1,660.11
1,621,38
1,679,50
1,686,89
1,606,11
1.684,70
1,572.68
1,597,60
1,614,74
1,622,49
1,630,46
1,624.66
1,638.36
1,727.94
1,740.64
1,811.12
1,922.78
2,045.86
P 2,177.44

p Preliminary.
1 Exclusive of bonds Issued to the Pacific railroads (acts of 1862,1864, 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 of the Public
Debt Included the raUroad bonds from issuance and the Navy fund from Sept. 1, 1866, through June 30,
1890.
» Based on the Bureau ofthe Census estimated population. Through 1958 the estimated population Is for
the conterminous United States. Beginning with 1959 the estimates Include Alaska, and with 1960, Hawaii.
»Includes certain securities not subject to statutory limitation. Public debt Includes debt Incurred to
flnance expenditures of wholly owned Governraent corporations and other business-type activities In
exchange for which securities of the corporations and activities were Issued tothe Treasury (see table 107).
NOTE.—From 1790-1842. the fiscal 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.




64

1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 20.—Investment holdings of Government accounts in Federal securities,
June 30, 1971-73
[Amounts represent public debt securities unless stated otherwise. Par value. In thousands of doUars. On
basis of "Monthly Statement 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 Court:
Tax Court judges survivors annuity fund
The judiciary;
Judicial survivors annuity fund
Funds appropriated to the President:
Overseas Private Investment Corporation..
Agriculture Department:
Farmers Home Administration, State rural rehabUltatlon
funds
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Agency securities:
Defense family housing mortgages
Consumer and Marketing Service:
Milk market orders assessment fund
Rural Electrification Administration:
Rural Telephone Bank
Commerce Department:
Federal ship financing fund, revolving fundWar risk insurance revolving fund
^
Gifts and bequests
Defense Department:
Army Department:
Bequestof Maj. Gen, Fred C. Ainsworth
General gift fund...
Navy Department:
0 fiice 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 survivors insurance trust fund
Agency securities
Federal disabihty insurance trust fund
Agency securities..
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Agency securities
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund —
Public Health Service unconditional gift fund-.
Pubhc Health Service conditional gift fund
St. Elizabeths Hospital unconditional gift fund
Patients' benefit fund, Public Health Service hospitals
Housing and Urban Development Department:
New communities guarantee fund
Federal Housing Administration:
Revolving fund
Agency, securities.
Community disposal operations fund.-Agency securities
Rental housing assistance fund
Government National Mortgage Association:
Participation sales fund
Agency securities
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities fund
Management and liquidating functions:
Agency securities:
Defense family housing mortgages
Special assistance functions:
Agency securities
Federal Insurance Administration:
National insurance development fund
Interior Department:
Indian tribal funds
Agency securities
Preservation of birthplace of Abraham Lincoln
Bequest of George C. Edgeter, relief of indigent American
Indians
Alaska native fund
Funds contributed for the advancement of the Indian Race,
Bureau of Indian Affairs
See footnotes a t end of table.




1971

1972

1973

31

11

252

301

348

6,339

7,234

8,148

65,960

95,210

127,590

605

30

65,216

50,215

1,661

1,068

1,033

518

6,060

23,190
4,886
140

33,215
5,148
165

42,580
5,531
125

11
346

n
257

n
256

274
10
309
68

274
28
309
89

274
28
368
78

6

6

6

30,770,231
32,647,577
605,000
555,000
6,027,756
7,011,654
50,000 . .
2,979,866
2,833,958
50,000
50,000
257,427
478,075
100
lOO
30
30
45
45
4
4

34,945,623
555,000
7,803,229

53,215

4,172,365
50,000
699,631
....
30
48
4

2,225

4,827

8,338

982,857
212,676
112
388
471

1,098,371
206,027
154
388
2,743

1,138,378
i 106,007

895,143
5,000
646

500,050
08,475
3,421

877,116
120,125
8,082

2388
8,571

62,708

50,352

48,036

106,065

97,371

390,533

74,306

75, leo

80,088

25,446
1,000
64

781

745

:

64

64

31

31
'._.

31
55

20

20

20

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

65

TABLE 20.—Investment holdings of Government accounts in Federal securities,
June 30, 1971-73—Contmued
[In thousands of dollars]
Agency
Labor Department:
Unemployment trust fund
Agency securities
Relief and rehabilitation. Workmen's Compensation Act within the District of Columbia
State Department:
Foreign service retirement and disabiUty fund
Conditional gift fund
Transportation Department:
Highway trust fund
Coast Guard general gift fund
Coast Guard cadet fund
Treasury Department:
Exchange Stabilization Fund
Pershing Hall Memorial fund
Office of the ComptroUer of the Currency
Esther CatteU Schmitt gift fund
General Services Administration:
National Archives gift fund
National Archives trust fund
Veterans Administration:
Servicemen's group life insurance fund
Veterans reopened Insurance fund
Veterans special life insurance fund
Natibnal service life insurance fund
Agency securities
Government life insurance fund
General post fund, national homes
Civil Service Commission:
CivU service rethement and disability fund
Agency securities
Employees health benefits fund
Employees life insurance fund
Retired employees health benefits fund
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board:
Emergency loan guarantee fund
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
Agency securities
National (Credit Union Administration:
National credit union share insurance fund-.
United States Postal Service..
:
Agency securities
Railroad Rethement Board:
Railroad retirement holding account
Raikoad retirement account
Agency securities
Railroad rethement supplemental account
Small Business Administration:
Lease and surety bond guarantees revolving fund

1971

1972

11,140,905
100,000

1973

9,812,535

10,056,747

82

73

31

52,461
130

58,560
130

64,562
100

3,634,868
10
28

4,458,381
10
22

5,550,051
10
13

1,390,182
211
23,376
414

2,586,637
211
27,446
414

2,934,101
211
33,431
414

1,232
452

705
452

704
1,777

11,361
220,206
321,028
6,155,084
310,000
716,600
1,429

252,993
352,638
6,427,365
310,000
689,705
1,429

24,252,436
475,000
145,949
972,274
28,120

27,293,189
375,000
206,153
1,001,126
31,081

30,490,779
375,000
188,607
1,242,782
36,381

4,660,668

1,085
5,008,506

4,315
5,635,828

2,500,742
143,550

2,648,384
143,550

2,906,576
141,950

6,273

18,185
1,265,811
104,410

27,080
1,084,012
5,000

3,401
4,619,845
50,000
21,609

3,134
4,509,325
50,000
22,318

3,785
4,516,586
50,000
' 38,531

188,999
293,030
6,067,890
335,000
758,218
1,430

.

2,120

3,270

5,630

105,139,699

Total

113,559,439

125,381.073

MEMORANDUM

Investments in securities of privately owned Governmentsponsored enterprises:
Included in the loan account:
Milk niarket orders assessment fund
Total

-

173 - - 173

1 Represents defens?. family housing mortgages, Federal Housing Administration debentures, and participation certificates amounting to $243,272, $57,719,150, and $130,035,000, respectively.
2 Represents Federal Housing Administration debentures.
3 Represents defense family housing mortgages.




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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 21.—Debt smbject to statutory limitation, outstanding June 30, 1940-73
[ 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 ]

Public debt
subject t o
limitation»

J u n e 30

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1946
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1961
1962
1953
1954
1955
1956
1967
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973

D e b t of U . S . G o v e r n m e n t agencies a n d
D i s t r i c t of C o l u m b i a s u b j e c t to l i m i t a t i o n 2
Interestbearing

$37,690,052,720 $6,497,656,655
43,123,336,161
6,369,619,105
69,686,197,977
4,548,629,266
136,369,140,696
4,091,686,621
206,454,185,750
1,615,638,626
268,237,605,076
409,091,867
268,455,970,443
466,671,984
257,401,895,876
83,212,285
251,468,110,567
68,788,043
252,000,437,177
23,862,383
256,632,630,395
17,077,809
254,637,402,601
27,364,069
268,461,032,792
44,092,646
: . . 265,469,663,620
60,881,686
270,708.863,230
80,415,386
273,870,706,736
43,257,786
272,287,327,974
73,100,900
270,081,184,136
106,434,160
275,912,219,021
100,665,250
284,287,454,940
110,429,100
286,925,122,649
139,305,000
288,621,647,080
239,694.000
297,767,648,338
443,688,600
305,491,889,669
605,489,600
311,351,181,709
812,272.200
316,990,633,998
588,900,600
319,640,673,677
460,474,100
325,958,925,138
611,788,700
346,924,671,182
3,818.220,100
353,084,483,788 ^3,848,687,850
370,287,837,088
3,136,645,950
397,602,982,770
1,971.312,260
426,637,528,424
1,938,561,760
457,521,848,411
1,586,445,000

Matured

D e b t subject
to limitation 3

Total

$31,514,100 $5,629,070,656 $43,219,,123,376
10,633,475
6,370,252,680 49,493,,688,731
19,730,376
4,568,269,630 74,154,,467,607
8,256,425
4,099,943,046 140,469,.083,742
107,430,875
1,623,069,301 208,077,,265,051
24,066,525
433,158,392 268,670,,763,468
9,712,875
476,384,859 268,932,.366,302
6.307,900
89,620,185 257,491.,416,060
4,692,776
73,460,818 251,641,,671,385
3,413,025
27,276,408 252,027,,712,686
2,426,225
19,603,034 256,652,,133,429
1,863,100
29,227,169 254,666,,629,670
1,472,700
46,666,346 258,506,, 698,138
1,191,075
52,072,761 265,621,,736,381
1,026,000
81,441,386 270,790,,304,616
885,176
44,142,961 273,914,,849,696
787,576
73,888,476 272,361. 216.449
703,800
107,137,960 270,188,,322,086
665,350
101,220,600 276,013, 439,621
590,060
111,019,160 284,398, 474,090
536,776
139,841,775 286,064, 964,324
521,450
240,216,450 288,861, 862,530
530,426
444,218,926 298,211, 767,263
1,120,775
606,610,375 306,098, 600,044
719,726
812,991,926 312,164, 173,634
1,426,660
590,326,050 317,680.,860,048
1.073,175
461,647,276 320,102, 220,962
407,376
612,196,076 326,471. 121,213
365,800
3,818,585,900 350 743, 167.082
352,150 '3,847,040,000 356.931. 623,789
343,626
3,136,989,575 373,424, 826,663
304.525
1.971.616.775 399.474, 699,645
291,100
1,938,852,860 428,676, 381,274
264,800
1,586,700,800 450,088, 558,211

» I n c l u d e s d e b t i n c u r r e d t o flnance e x p e n d i t u r e s of G o v e r n m e n t corporations a n d o t h e r agencies'in exc h a n g e for w h i c h securities of t h e corporations a n d activities were Issued t o t h e T r e a s u r y (see t a b l e 107).
2 Held outside t h e Treasury.
3 A s u m m a r y of legislation o n d e b t l i m i t a t i o n u n d e r t h e Second L i b e r t y B o n d A c t , a s a m e n d e d , from
Sept. 24.1917, t h r o u g h J u n e 30,1967, Is s h o w n in table 32. Securities held o u t s i d e t h e T r e a s u r y a r e Included
In t h e l i m i t a t i o n b e g i n n i n g A p r . 3 , 1946. I n c o m p u t i n g s t a t u t o r y d e b t l i m i t a t i o n , savings b o n d s a r e
carried a t m a t u r i t y v a l u e from t h e i r origin In 1936 u n t i l J u n e 26,1946; from t h a t d a t e t h e y a r e carried a t
current redemption value.




TABLE 22.—Public debt outstanding by classification, June 30, 1963-73
[In miUions of dollars. On basis of daUy Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables"]
Class

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

37,729

39,730

43,659

42.922

45.827

49.432

68,356

74,396
1,758 .

9.501
22,169 .
52,145
81,964

11.010

10,005
52,649
102,481

12.708
5.610 .
49,108
97.418

15,008 .

67,284
88,461

12,008
1,652
60,649
101,897

71,073
91,079

78.946
78.805

206.489

208,695

209,127

210.672

226,592

3 368
305
93
44

4 431
275
48
45

1971

Interest-bearing:
Public issues:
Marketable:
Treasury bills:
Regular w e e k l y . .
Tax anticipation
Other
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s (regular)
Treasurynotes
Treasury bonds
Panama Canal b o n d s ,
T o t a l m a r k e t a b l e issues
Nonmarketable:
Certiflcates 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
F o r e i g n series
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
F o r e i g n series
Investment series.
R E A series
4% Treasury bonds
Treasury bonds
Treasury notes:
F o r e i g n c u r r e n c y series
F o r e i g n series
. . .
Treasurynotes
U . S . savings notes _
U.S. retirement plan b o n d s .
U . S . savings b o n d s
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s — S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t
series
T r e a s u r y n o t e s — S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series
T r e a s u r y b o n d s — S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series
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 h c issues
S e e f o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




203.608

86,677

94,648

100,081

93,489
62,956

104,807
53,989

113,419
49,136

117,840
45,071

226.107

232,699

245,473

257,202

282,971

5 217
893
30
30

8 390
287
6
28

U50
961
785
25

8 899
2,126
112,465
23

144
2.689
26

114
2,616
23

84
2.459
21

54
2,387
15

338"

18 460
205

17 1.523
994

181,978
1,332

18 1,216
2,374

S
%
Ul

125
465
2
103
12 604
3.921
27

i83"

2 30 .
240
18
103
13 802
3.546
25
20

i52"

778"
95
59
»* 1,137
204
3.256
26
9

iso"

15 589 .
174
2.692
23
4 .

9 166
6,225
446
22

10 187
12,148
374
19

0

>
>

24-.
2,347 " " 2 ^ 3 1 0 " " ' 2 , ' 2 7 5
10
8
7
250""
250"
250
20 765 21 1,906
221,556
10,688
5,457
14,633
55
619'
561
519
47
55
64
55,921
53,003
59,418
3
59
76

5
49,299

11
60,043

16
50.637

1
21
51,213

203
27
61.712

505
33
51,711

742
39
51,281

53,645

54.240

65.768

56,183

65,469

58.282

58.833

60,103

68,032

78,560

260,729

264,463

264,311

266.131

284,874

284.940

292,702

313,505

335,762

t^

91,844

257,153

1

354,615

(•)

48,314

_

5

TABLE 22.—PubUc debt outstanding by classification, June 30, 1963-73—Continuea
Class
Interest-bearing—Continued
Special issues:
Civil service retirement fund:
Certificates
Notes
Bonds
Emoloyees health benefit fund
Employees life insurance fund
Exchange Stabilization Fund certificates
Export-Import Bank of Washington certificates
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation notes
Federal disabUity insurance trust fund:
Certificates
Notes
Bonds
Federal home loan banks:
Certificates
Federal hospital Insurance trust fund:
Certificates
Notes
Federal Housing Administration notes:
Apartment unit insurance fund
Armed services housing mortgage insurance fund
Cooperative management housing insurance fund
Experimental housing insurance fund
Housing insurance fund
Housing investment insurance fund
Mutual mortgage insurance fund
National defense housing insurance fund
Rental housing assistance fund
Section 203 home improvement account
Section 220 home improvement account
Section 220 housing Insurance fund
Section 221 housing insurance fund
Servicemen's mortgage insurance fund
Title I housing insurance fund
Title I insurance fund
War housing insurance fund
Federal old-age and survivors insiirance trust fund:
Certificates..
Notes
Bonds
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
 Certificates
Notes
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

O^
00

[ I n millions of dollars]
1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973
CO

/
80
1.056
11,263

73
986
12.432

70
1,002
13,465

41
2,626
12,480

108

292

232

660

260

270

312

6
84
2,076

1
1,901

372

82

4.101
11,426

5,467
10,169

8,192
9,115

11,033
7,847

60

15,083
6,609
46
56
1,242

60

19,092
6,640
74
25
1,424
.
274

23,007
4,822
23
77
2,934

(*)
(*)

1
1
10
I
1
2
2
I
14
8

(*)
:
2
(*)
(*)
l

l

174

120

74

156

1,563

158
992

384
992

900
992

2,051
992

3,443
992

4,723
990

5,782
915

6,725
763

100

924

52

152

62

199

44

62

(*)

52
733
1
14

722

57

833
82
85

18
1,176

2,583

_
2,980

2,834

4,172

..

. . —-

(*)

14
1

(*)

10
1
2
2
9
8

(*)
l

l

1,259

1,890

3

263

1

1
4

O
^

_

96

(*)
1
1

2

3

11
6

14,221

598
14,201

141
1,032
14,088

2,820
11,684

940
5,316
11,584

98

332

287

223

3

Q
ffl
W
^
2
ra
^
^
Ej
2

_

10

W
t?d
^
O
g
^
^
2
^
,_j
M
H
^
^^
w
o
HJ
^
i^
>
?d
K^

7,638
11,684

10,402
11,684

15,139
10,800

17,528
9,720

38

73

80

80

20,631
8,405

25,178
6,245

130

81

..:.

^

Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Certificates
Notes
Foreign service retirement fund:
Certificates
Notes...
-Bonds
General Services Adniinistration participation certificate trust
fund:
Certificates
Notes
Government life insurance fund:
Certificates
Notes
Bonds
Highway trust fund certificates
National service life insurance fund:
Certificates
Notes
Bonds
Postal Service fund certificates
Railroad retirement account:
Certificates
Notes
Bonds
- Railroad retirement holding account certificates
RaUroad retirement supplementary account certificates
Servicemen's group life insurance fund certificates
Unemoloyment trust fund certificates
Veterans special term Insurance fund certificates
Veterans reopened insurance fund
Total special issues..

-

Total Interest-bearing debt
Matured debt on which interest has ceased
Debt bearing no interest:
Special notes of the United States:
International Monetary Fund series
International Development Association series
Inter-American Development Bank series
Special bonds of the United States:
U.N. Children's Fund Series
U.N. Speciai Fund Series
U.N./FAO World Food Program Series.
Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Company tax and loss b o n d s . .
U.S. savings stamps 23
Excess profits tax refund bonds
See footnotes at end of table.




32
447
38

39

40

281

358

13

42

42

42

47

51

257

478

62 . . . ..........
24

40
24
6
484

74
929
678

1
955
609

933
265

78
860
238

78
736
722

142
734
978

176
667
1,613

205
592
2,602

239
519
3,635

271
446
4,456

396
5,319

8
5,775

8
28
5,873
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14
613
5,486

606
5,138

918
4,937

1,203
4,561

1,752
4,164

2,298
3,770

2,779
3,376
963

2,786

119
686
2,164

208
450
2,466

218
593
2,465

67
976
2,280
4
11

4,931
123

6,799
149
3

7,075
170
19

7,785.
189
63

1,220
2,063
5
15
8,807
214
87

1,553
1,874
2
'
5
9,957
243
122

2,387
1,344
2
18
-..
10,520
287
156

1
4,803
101

3,207
620

3

22

8,514
293
189

318
372
5,550

3,717
3

22
11
7.186
321
220

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2
353
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3,445
2,982
820

.

44,801

46,627

48,660

61.120

66.155

59,526

66,790

76,323

82,784

89,508

101.738

301,954

307.357

313,113

315,431

322,286

344,400

351,729

369,026

396,289

425,360

456,353

310

295

292

308

284

254

461

366

322

380

255

2,922
129
125

3,289
142
160

3,167
138
160

3,614
64
132

3,328

2,209

826

825

825

825

825

-.

8
66
2

75
2

38

5

64
1

54
1

55
1

66

67

4
59

9
82

15
58

19
49

27
47

41
49
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[ I n millions of dollars]
Class
Debt bearing no interest—Continued
U.S. notes (less gold reserve through 1967)24
Deposits for retirement of national bank and Federal Reserve
banknotes
Other debt bearing no Interest
Total debt bearing no Interest
Total gross public debt 25

1963

1964

1986

1967

1988

1969

1971

1973

191

191

167

166

166

323

323

323

323

323

323

116
69

110
68

91
23

86
11

82
11

80
249

78
234

76
231

74
228

73
226

72
224

3,695

4,061

3,869

4,"168

3,651

2,924

1.630

1,627

1,519

1,521

311,713

317,274

319,9.07

326,221

347,678

363,720

370,919

398,130

427,260

458,142

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306,860

* Less t h a n $600,000.
1 DoUar e q u i v a l e n t of certiflcates issued a n d p a y a b l e i n t h e a m o u n t of 110,000,000
Swiss francs.
2 DoUar e q u i v a l e n t of certificates issued a n d p a y a b l e i n t h e a m o u n t of 130,000,000
Swiss francs.
3 DoUar e q u i v a l e n t of certificates issued a n d p a y a b l e i n t h e a m o u n t of 800,000,000
Deutsche m a r k s a n d 727,000,000 Swiss francs.
4 DoUar e q u i v a l e n t of certificates Issued a n d p a y a b l e i n t h e a m o u n t of 800,000,000
D e u t s c h e m a r k s , 886,000,000 Swiss francs, a n d 660,000,000 A u s t r i a n schiUings.
5 DoUar e q u i v a l e n t of certiflcates Issued a n d p a y a b l e i n t h e a m o u n t of 440,000,000
Swiss francs.
6 DoUar e q u i v a l e n t of certiflcates issued a n d p a y a b l e i n t h e a m o u n t of 1,685,000,000
Swiss francs.
7 Dollar e q u i v a l e n t of certificates issued a n d p a y a b l e i n t h e a m o u n t of 646,000,000
Swiss francs.
8 DoUar e q u i v a l e n t of certificates issued a n d p a y a b l e In t h e a m o u n t of 3,682,000,000
Swiss francs.
9 Dollar e q u i v a l e n t of certificates issued a n d p a y a b l e i n t h e a m o u n t of 845,000,000
Swiss francs.
10 DoUar e q u i v a l e n t of certificates issued a n d p a y a b l e i n t h e a m o u n t of 645,000,000
11 I n c l u d e s $2,008,488,000 EurodoUar series.
12 DoUar e a u i v a l e n t of T r e a s u r y b o n d s issued a n d payable i n t h e a m o u n t of
124,050,000,000 I t a h a n lire, 647,000,000 Swiss francs, 800,000,000 deutsche m a r k s , 650,000,000 A u s t r i a n schlUIngs, a n d 1,600,000,000 Belgian francs.
13 DoUar e q u i v a l e n t of T r e a s u r y b o n d s issued a n d p a y a b l e In t h e a m o u n t of 1,057,000.000 Swiss francs, 1,000,000,000 deutsche m a r k s , 1,300,000,000 A u s t r i a n schillings, a n d
1,500,000,000 Belgian francs.
14 DoUar e q u i v a l e n t of T r e a s u r y b o n d s issued a n d p a y a b l e In t h e a m o u n t of 1,412,000,000 Swiss francs, 2,700,000,000 deutsche m a r k s , 2,600,000,000 A u s t r i a n schilhiigs, a n d
1,500,000,000 Belgian francs.
15 DoUar e q u i v a l e n t of T r e a s u r y b o n d s Issued a n d p a y a b l e In t h e a m o u n t of 686,000,000




1966

Swiss francs, 800,000,000 deutsche m a r k s , 1,050,000,000 A u s t r i a n schillings, 1,500,000,000
Belgian francs, a n d 78,000,000,000 I t a l i a n lire.
16 Dollar e q u i v a l e n t of T r e a s u r y notes Issued a n d payable i n t h e a m o u n t of 687,000,000
Swiss francs. 600,000,000 deutsche niarks, 650,000,000 A u s t r i a n schilhiigs, a n d 78,000,000,000 I t a h a n lire.
17 DoUar e q u i v a l e n t of T r e a s u r y notes Issued a n d p a y a b l e In t h e a m o u n t of 1,217,000,000 Swiss francs, 700,000,000 deutsche m a r k s , 650,000,000 A u s t r i a n schillings, 3,000,000,000 Belgian francs, a n d 78,000,000,000 I t a l i a n l h e .
IS DoUar e q u i v a l e n t of T r e a s u r y notes Issued a n d p a y a b l e i n t h e a m o u n t of 1,627,000,000 Swiss francs, 5,300,000,000 deutsche m a r k s , 1,300,000,000 A u s t r i a n schillings,
a n d 140,600,000,000 I t a l i a n lire.
19 Dollar e q u i v a l e n t of T r e a s u r y notes issued a n d payable i n t h e a m o u n t of 2,331,000,000 Swiss francs, a n d 2,500,000,000 deutsche m a r k s .
20 DoUar e q u i v a l e n t of T r e a s u r y notes issued a n d payable i n the a m o u n t of 369,000,000
Swiss francs, a n d 2,500,000,000 deutsche m a r k s .
21 Dollar e q u i v a l e n t of T r e a s u r y notes issued a n d payable in t h e a m o u n t of 4,757,080,T
000 Swiss francs, a n d 2,250,000,000 deutsche m a r k s .
22 Dollar e q u i v a l e n t of T r e a s u r y notes issued a n d payable i n t h e a m o u n t of 4,757,080,000 Swiss francs, a n d 500,000,000 deutsche m a r k s .
23 O n Oct. 1,1942, t h e y replaced postal savings s t a m p s w h i c h h a d been Postal Savings
S y s t e m ' s obligations.
24 Gold reserves r e q u i r e m e n t s eliminated p u r s u a n t t o P u b l i c L a w 90-269, a p p r o v e d
Mar. 18,1968.
25 Includes certain securities n o t subject t o s t a t u t o r y limitation. I n c l u d e s p u b l i c
d e b t Incurred t o finance expenditures of w h o U y o w n e d G o v e n u n e n t corporations a n d
other business-type activities i n exchange for w h i c h securities of t h e corporations a n d
activities w e r e issued t o t h e T r e a s u r y ; see t a b l e 107.
NOTE.—For comparable data for 1931-43, see the 1943 Annual Report, page 664;
for 1944-54, see 1954 Annual Report, page 472; and for 1955-68, 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 1973, see
table 26.

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[ F a c e a m o u n t , i n t h o u s a n d s of dollars. O n b a s i s 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 " ]
Issuing agency

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1972

1971

1973

UNMATURED D E B T

D i s t r i c t of C o l u m b i a A r m o r y B o a r d s t a d i u m b o n d s
Federal Housing Administration debentures:
M u t u a l m o r t g a g e i n s u r a n c e fund
C o o p e r a t i v e m a n a g e m e n t h o u s i n g i n s u r a n c e fund
O e n e r a l i n s u r a n c e fund:
General insurance
A r m e d services housing m o r t g a g e i n s u r a n c e f u n d .
H o u s i n g i n s u r a n c e fund
_
N a t i o n a l defense housing i n s u r a n c e f u n d
Section 203 h o m e i m p r o v e m e n t a c c o u n t
.
Section 220 housing i n s u r a n c e fund
J
Section 221 housing i n s u r a n c e fund
_
S e r v i c e m e n ' s m o r t g a g e i n s u r a n c e fund
T i t l e I housing i n s u r a n c e fund
War h o u s i n g i n s u r a n c e fund
Total unmatured debt

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

328,062

499,018

333,523

133,402
1,636

73,658
7,524.

43,643
15,496

26,154
15.623

14,753
16.641

10,405
16,243

8,908
16,123

7,814
13,379

369,715
291
43,552
27,272

40,570
24,228

34,165
21,048

371,374
264
29,803
17,848

351,110
41
25, 926
12,788

320, 278
33
22,739
10,137

'27^647
55,836
31,111
254
3,720

2,576
76,723
71,965
6
23,514
31,566
22,886
373
5,970

279,009
1,695
49,173
29,090

388,770

5,691
89,942
79,354

142,426
1,714
57,683
46,400

424,615

16.001
63,445
98,124
2
9,360
36,558
22,746
523
10,869

19,672
12,284
19,858
319
' 5,381

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
11,568
9,884
162

19,672
11,506
8,838
151
608

19, 872
11,494
6,956
140
806

19, 672
11,488
5,444
100
584

606,490

812,272

688,900

460,474

511,789

568,220

596,688

636,646

606,312

473,582

431,445

181
669
291

144
299
276

133
1,025
268

124
682
266

120
35
252

109
7
249

107
8
237

106
7
232

84
8
199

85
5
194

(*)

MATURED D E B T »

F e d e r a l F a r m Mortgage C o r p o r a t i o n
Federal Housing Administration
H o m e Owners' Loan Corporation
T o t a l m a t u r e d d e b t 2..
Total 2

1,121

720

1,426

1,073

407

366

352

344

305

291

265

606,610

812,992

690,326

461,547

612,196

;,586

597,040

536,990

506,817

473,853

431,710

* Less t h a n $500.
1 F u n d s are on deposit w i t h t h e T r e a s u r e r of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s for pasTnent of t h e s e
securities.




85
5
214

2 Consists of p r i n c i p a l o n l y .
N O T E . — F o r figures for 1946-58 see 1958 A n n u a l R e p o r t , p . 474; a n d for 1959-62 see
1969 A n n u a l R e p o r t , p p . 70 a n d 71. F o r securities held b y t h e T r e a s u r y , see t a b l e 107.

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to

[In t h o u s a n d s of dollars. O n 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 States G o v e r n m e n t " ]
Defense
Department

H o u s m g a nd U r b a n D e v e l o p m e n t D e p a r t m e n t

Other i n d e p e n d e n t agencies

CD
CO

Flscal year or m o n t h

1954.
1955
1958.
1957
1958
1959
1960.
1961
1962
1963
1964
1985.
1968
1987.
1988
1989
1970
1971
1972
1073
1972- - j u i j ^ ; : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
August
September
October
November
December
1973- - J a n u a r y
February
March
AprU
May
June

--




Total

963,486
1,559,272
1,753,851
2,893,571
3,967,533
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
12,182,732
10,893,582
11,109,063
10,002,764
11,438,602
11,458,989
11,482,523
11,862,856
11,769,570
11,787,082
11,778,527
11,805,671
11,084,392
11,041,393
11,100,063

Family
housing
Federal
Housing
mortgages a n d
homeowners Administration
assistance
mortgages

14,907
508,425
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, 863, 238
1, 775, 242
1, 682, 626
1,588,145
],483,540
1,580,364
1, 572,'844
1, 565,109
1,557,224
1, 549,736
1,535,174
1, 526,543
1,518, 627
1,510,509
1,502,392
1,494,380
1,483, 549

80,416
43,258
73,101
108,434
100,565
110,429
138,841
219,919
423,946
586,358
792, 771
570,087
441,357
492,024
548,427
' 576,898
516, 853
486,518
453, 770
411,650
457,840
457,738
460,661
481,853
459,695
455,994
454,216
455,321
451,942
444,910
412,822
411, 650

Government National
Mortgage Association i
Participation sales
fund

Other

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

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
8,800,000
7,320,000
6,005,000
4,920,000
4,480,000
4,885,000
4,885,000
4,885,000
4,885,000
4,885,000
4,830,000
4,830,000
4,830,000
4,830,000
4,480,000
4,480,000
4,480,000

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.
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.
.
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.
.
.
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Federal
National
Mortgage
Association 2

ExportImport
F a r m Credit Admuiistration
Bank ofthe
United
Federal
B a n k s for
Federal
States
cooperatives 3 i n t e r m e d i a t e H o m e L o a n
credit b a n k s ' B a n k B o a r d

Secondary
market
operations

100, 000
1,050,110
1,185,185
1, 290,125
2, 284,542
2,198, 920
2,557, 630
1, 960, 612
-1,698,902
1, 797,494
3, 289,379
4,079,103
5, 887,062

.
.
.
.
.
300,000
520,000
826, 786
1, 022, 283
1,385, 008
2,163, 616
2,570,533
2,472,098 .
1, 892, 799
2,624,898 .
1, 818, 655
2,221,056
1,816,591
2,357,976
2,325,279
2,325,279
2,625,279
2,625,289
2,823,205
2,621,474
2,620,129
2,234,258
2, 221,376
2, 221,056

137,600
131,400
152,550
192,505
207,480
314,535
344,375
387,000
467, 275
489,425
524,825
708,980
880, 850
1,071, 628
1, 229,515

744,375
813,310
856,995
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
308
291
279
277
283
5,693
6,098
5,878
5,616
5,359
5,114
5,360
5, 380
5,380
5,359
5,359
5,359
5,359
5,359
5,359
5,117
5,117
5,114

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Fiscal year or m o n t h

Other
Tennessee
Valley
Authority

19.54
1955
1956.
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961.
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970.
1971
1972.
1073.
1972-- J u l y
August—.
September
October..
November
December
1973-- J a n u a r y
February
March
April
May..
Tune

Memorandum

,

50,000
145,000
145,000
180,000
225,000
285,000
417,200
525 000
727,655
996,000
1,355,300
1,855,000
2,255,000
1,905,000
1,905,090
1,965,000
1,995,000
2,115,000
2,065,000
2,095,000
2,095,000
2,135,000
2,165,000
2,175,000
2,255,000

U.S. Postal
Service

.
.
.
.
.
.
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000

B a n k s for
cooperatives 3

383
333
295
285
240
214
193
174
170
161
144
133
125
3,328
3,196
3,068
2,934
2,777
2,633
2, 604
2,600
2,594
2,580
2,808
2,788
2,774
2,759
2,745
2,731
2,715
2,697
2,694

Federal home
loan b a n k s

1,410,816
1,528,740
1.789,785
1,805,210
2,338, 500
1,743,800
1,725,800
1,725,800
1,858,800
1,922,800
1,981,800
1,968,000
2,202,500
2,209,500
2,484,000
2,392,000
2,338,500

115,100
335,500
928, 240
733,300
455,000
992,425
1, 254,965
1,054,675
1,796.835
2.770.150
4.201,320
4,757,135
6 309, 805
4,587,900
4,701,760
5, 524,080
9,913, 506
7,897,136
7,077,366
12,148, 910
7,848,725
7,846,075
7,845,875
7,949,245
8,260,545
. 8,336,233
8,452,464
8,753,599
8,752, 699
9,948,919
11,548,919
12,148,919

.
.
.
.
.
.

NOTE.—Includes unredeemed matured securities outstanding on which interest
has ceased.
' Revised.
1 This association was created effective Sept. 30, 1968, by an act approved Aug. 1,
1968 (12 U.S.C. 1716b). I t assumed the assets and liabihties of the participation sales
fund, the management and liquidating functions fund, and the speciai assistance
functions fund formerly of the Federal National Mortgage Association and continues
to operate these funds.




Federal
intermediate
credit b a n k s 3

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
4,240.085
4,942,340
5,704,350
6,188, 205
6,673,430
8,193,080
6,171,345
6,087,170
5,975,545
5,805,515
5,827,005
5,914,910
5,991,400
6,099,795
6,336,790
6,485,935
% 673,430

Federal
land b a n k s

1,007,659
1,060,742 .
1,321,674 .
1,651,862 .
1,646,821
1,888,473 .
2,138,300
2,358,413 .
2, 550,719
2,725, 204 .
2,973,526
3,632,441 .
4,105,928
4,611,970 .
5,319,421
5,719,697
6,191,803
6, 651,336
7,302, 652
0,057,750.
7,816,477
7,818,477
7,055,189
8,181,109
8,181,100
8,181,109
8,447,119
8,452,110
8,407,110
9,057,750
9,057,750
9,057,759

Federal
National
Mortgage
Association 2

8,076.480
13,165. 225
14,998,005
18, 559.931
20,366,036
18,194,091
18,315,111
18,930,181
18,723,791
10,040,458
10,238,081
• 10,253,141
10,402,614
10,985, 645
20,057,077
20,226,137
20,366,036

D i s t r i c t of
Columbia
s t a d i u m fund

476
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
10,800
19,800
19, 800
19.800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
10,800
10,800
10,800
10,800
10,800

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2 Effective Sept. 30, 1988, Federal National Mortgage Association was converted to
private ownership pursuant to an act approved Aug. 1,1968 (12 U.S.C. 1716b).
3 Effective Dec. 31, 1968, banks for cooperatives and Federal intermediate credit
banks were converted to private ownership pursuant to an act approved Oct. 17, 1968
(12 U.S.C. 1081(a)(1)).

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19 73 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 25.^—Maturity distribution and average length of marketable interest-bearing
public debt,^ June SO, 1946-73
[Dollar a m o u n t s In mUllons. O n basis of daUy T r e a s u r y s t a t e m e n t s ]

Fiscal year

Within
lyear

Ito 6
years

6 to 10
years

$62,091
62,442
49,870
62,302
42,448
60,860
70,944
76,017
63,291
61,162
64,910
76,697
73,050
81,678
79,182
84,865
89,905
91.202
92,272
99,792
100,961
106,837
118,220
110,921
111,293
117,284
121,944
122,803

$35,057
42,622
46.124
39,176
61,802
31,022
29,434
30,162
38,407
46,399
36,942
41,497
39,401
68.266
81,295
70.760
67,759
68,d80
66.964
61,377
56,010
69,824
62,657
66,759
85,065
85,773
90,212
00,010

$32,847
18.932
10,464
15,067
16,926
16,012
13,321
13,018
27,113
42,755
40,363
26,673
45,705
28.076
14,173
18,391
18,655
20,622
22,580
33,053
28,922
21,006
33,538
37,610
17,428
26,037
28,368
20,819

$16,012
13,326
12,407
13,716
19,281
21,226
20,114
26,646
19,937
11,371
8,387
6,488
667
1,276
1,123
1,123
1,641
4,304
6,048
4,192
6,097
6,087
4,609
4,505
2,985
1,055
2, 230
8,511

$61,974
61,211
48,742
48.130
42,338
43,908
46,367
65,270
62,734
49,703
68,714
71,952
67,782
72,958
70.467
81,120
88,442
85,294
81,424
87,637
89,136
89,648
106,407
103,910
105,530
112,772
121,944
--- 122,803

$24,763
21,861
21,630
32,662
51,292
46,526
47.814
36,161
29,866
39,107
34,401
40,669
42,667
68,304
72,844
68,400
67,041
68,026
65,453
56,198
60,933
71,424
64,470
62,770
89,615
89,074
89,004
88,223

$41,807
35,662
32,264
16,746
7,792
8,707
13.933
15,651
27,615
34,253
28,908
12,328
21,476
17,052
20,246
26,435
26,049
37,385
34,929
39,169
33,596
24,378
30,754
34,837
15,882
24,603
26,852
31,111

$8,707
13,009
14,111
14,111
10,289
8,754
6,586
2,117
8,696
17,242
20,192
19,919
26.999
20,971
11,746
8,706
5,957
2,244
2,244
2,609
4,518
4,514
6,078
6,063
5,745
3,802
4,966
5,747

10 to 15
years

16 to 20 20 years
years and over

Total

Average length
Years
Months

B y call classes (due or first becoming callable)
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1964
1956
1956
1967
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1073

$21,227
27,076
41,481
34,888
25,853
8,797
6,694

2,268
2.256
2,484
3,125
4,966
4,525
4,624
3,040
1,125
1,121
5,180
6,720
10,395
10.255
9,938
6,048

$22,372
14,405
---

$189,606
168,702
160,346
155,147
165,310
137,917
140,407
147,335
150,364
155,206
154,9.53
156,705
166,676
178,027
183,845
187,148
196,072
203,608
206,489
208,695
209,127
210,672
226,592
226,107
232,599
245,473
• 257, 202
282,071

4
6
1
7
2
10
1
11
3
7
2
7
2

$43,599 $189,606
41,481
168,702
41,481
160,346
34,888
165,147
25,853
155,310
8,797
137,917
6,594
140,407
1,692
147,335
1,606
160,354
3,630
155,206
4,351
154,953
4,349
156,705
7,208
166,675
8,088
178,027
7,658
183,845
10,960
187,148
16,221
196,072
14,444
203,608
16,328
206,489
17,241
208,695
17,023
209.127
16,797
210,672
16,653
226,692
16,217
226,107
11,048
232,599
10,670
245,473
10,069
257,202
6,357
262,971

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

1,592
1,606
3,630
4,351
4,349
6,604
6,485
5,588
8,893
13,167
13,975
15,111
17,241
17,023
16,797
12,487
10,594
5,433
5.069
4,510
4,172

B y m a t u r i t y classes 2
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1962
1963
1954
1965
1966
1957
1968
1969
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973..

$8,764
6,588
2,118
8,710
17,746
21,226
20,114
26,646
19,937
11,371
8,387
6,488
654
654
884
1,627
3,362
6,115
6,110
5,841
3,922
3,912
2,330
2,311
4,780
4,653
4,388
8,730

1 I n c l u d e s p u b l i c d e b t Incurred to flnance expenditures of w h o l l y o w n e d G o v e r n r a e n t corporations a n d
o t h e r business-type activities in exchange for w h i c h securities of t h e corporations a n d activities were Issued
to the Treasury.
' A l l Issues are classified to flnal m a t u r i t y except partially tax-exempt b o n d s w h i c h h a v e b e e n classified
t o 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 on D e c . 15.1962.




75

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 26.—Summary of the public debt on an accounting basis, J u n e 30, 1973
ComAmount outTransactions Amount outputed standing on basis in transit as of standing on
rate of of daily Treasury June 30, 1973 basis of public
interest i
statement
debt accounts

Classification

PUBLIC D E B T
INTEREST-BEARING DEBT

Pubhc issues:
Marketable:
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly....
Regular monthly

Percent
2 6.707
2 6.149

$78,651,450,000
21,409,085,000

-$15,000 $78, 651,435,000
21,409,065,000

Treasurynotes
Treasury bonds

6.412
4.303

117,839,683,000
45,070,822,000

15,000 117,839,678,000
- 5,332,000 45,065,490,000

6.120

262,071,000,000

- 5,332,000 262,965, 668, 0 00

6.745
5.417

12,148,200,000
186,631,044

6.010
5.302
3.500
3.498
4.000
4.695
5.324
4.408
2.000
2.000
2. 750

14,632,574,657
1,556,483,686
250,000,000
373,897,047
55,179,338
59,418,203,080
519,323,737
64,216,994
10,488,500
6,604,000
2, 275,438,000

12,148,200,000
188,831,944
14,632,574,657
1,556,483,686
250,000,000
373,897,047
55,179,338
38,048,843 59,454, 251,923
- 5 , 567,128
513, 758, 611
35,808
64, 252,803
-425,000
19, 063, 500
----6,804,000
-17,000
2,275,421,000

Subtotal
Nonmarketable:
Certificates of indebtedness:
Foreign series
Foreign currency series
Treasury notes:
Foreign series
----Foreign currency series
Treasury bonds
Treasury certificates-Treasurynotes
U.S. savings bonds
---.
U.S. savings notes
U.S. retirement plan bonds
Depositary bonds
Treasury bonds, REA series
Treasury bonds, investment series
Certificates of indebtedness—State
and local government series
Treasury notes—State and local government series
-Treasury bonds—State and local government series
Subtotal

2,765,000

5.148

50,030,000

2,785,000
--

---

Specialissues:
Civil service retirement fund
Employees health benefits fund-Employees hfe insurance fund
Exchange Stabihzation Fund
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation...
Federal disability insurance trust fund..-Federal home loan banks
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Federal Housing Administration fund
Federal old-age and survivors insurance
trustfund
----Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
Federal supplementary medical insurance
* trustfund
Foreign service retirement fund
GSA participation certificate trust
Government life insurance fund
Highway trust fund
--National service hfe insurance fund
Postal service fundRaihoad retirement account
Railroad retirement holding account
Railroad retirement supplemental account.
Unemployment trust fund
Veterans reopened Insurance fund
Veterans special life insurance fund

5.400

75,885,000
01,843,920,984

5.870

354,614,920,984

24,743, 525 354, 630, 864, 610

5.855
6.690
6. 690
8.450
6. 690
6.150
6. 690
6. 531
6. 690

27,829,676,000
22,677,000
78,783,000
2,934,101,274
262,675,000
7,488,234,000
325,000
4,172,385,000
4,116,000

27,820, 576,000
22, 877,000
76,783,000
2,034,101,274
262, 575,000
7,488,234,000
325,000
4,172,365,000
4,116,000
31, 423, 575, 000

75,885,000
30,075, 525

5.829

31,423,575,000
81,180,000

81,180,000

6.202
5.423
8.188
4.610
6.000
4.918
5.014
6. 600
6.750
8.750
5.750
6.470
4.065

600,631,000
64,582,000
489, 898,086
689,705,000
5,550,051,000
6,427,365,000
820,000,000
3, 723,000,000
3,785,000
38, 531,000
8,330,008,000
252,003,000
352,638,000

800, 631,000
64, 662,000
480, 608,086
680,705,000
5, 550,051,000
8,427,385,000
820,000,000

101,738,473,360

Subtotal

5.880

456,353,304,344

3, 723,000,000

3, 785,000
38, 531,000
8,330,008,000
252,003,000
352, 638,000

101,738,473,360

5.872

Matured debt onwhich interest has ceased


526-680 O - 74 - 6


01, 873,008, 510

6.890

Total interest-bearing debt
See footnotes a t end of table.

59,030,000

5.138

•

Total public issues

4.052

255,128,735

24,743, 625 456,378,137,870
-30,631,713

224,407,022

76

- 1 9 7 3 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY

T A B L E 26.—Summary ofthe public debt on a n accounting basis, J u n e 30, 1973—Con.
ComAmount outTransactions Amount outputed standing on basis in transit as of standing on
rate of of daily Treasury June 30, 1973 basis of public
interest i
statement
debt accounts

Classification

DEBT BEARING NO INTEREST

International Monetary Fund
Other
Total gross pubhc debt

-...

$825,000,000 .
708,082,233
458,141,605,312

-$19,197

$825,000,000
708,063, 036

-5,907,388 458,135,897,927

1 On daily Treasury statement basis.
2 Included in debt outstanding at face amount, but the annual interest rate is computed on the discount
value.

T A B L E 27.—Public debt securities outstanding on an accounting basis, J u n e SO,
1954-73
[On basis of daUy Treasury statements and pubUc debt accounts]

Fiscal year
1954
1955
1966
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
• Revised.




--

Published In
daUy Treasury
statements
$271,259, 599,108
274,374, 222,803
272,760, 813,649
270,527. 171,896
276,343, 217, 746
284,705, 907,078
286,330, 760,848
288.970. 938,610
298,200, 822, 721
305,859, 632, 996
311,712. 899,257
317.273. 898, 984
319.907, 087, 795
326,220. 937, 795
347,678, 406,426
353.720. 253,841
370,918. 706, 950
398,129, 744,456
427,260, 460, 040
458,141, 605,312

Transactions
in transit
as of June 30
—$37,518,810
-16,973,392
-22,425,470
-34,337,735
-62,446,379
-27,383,115
-63,068, 909
-25,332,568
-63,942,420
-31,542,291
-35,361,310
-58,427, 727
-55,857,853
-39,691,087
-46,074,958
-176,530,387
-70, 702,459
-66,190,397
'••-76,428,914
-5, 907,385

Total
$271, 222, 080,498
274,358, 249,410
.-272,728, 388,179
270,492, 834,161
276,290, 771,367
284,678, 623,963
286,267, 691,939
r 288,945,606,042
298,136, 880,301
305,828, 090,706
311,677, 637, 947
317,215, 471,256
319,851, 229, 943
326,181, 246,728
347,533, 331,468
353,543, 723,464
370,848, 004,491
398,063, 554,059
^ 427,184,032.026
458,135, 607.027

T A B L E 28.—Description of public debt issues outstanding J u n e 30, 1973
[On basis of Pubhc Debt accounts, see "Bases of Tables"]
Description

When redeemable
or payable i

Date

Interest payment
date

Average price
received (per $100)

Aniount issued

Amount retired

Amount
outstanding 2

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT ^
Public Issues

Ui

Marketable:
Treasury bills: Series maturing
and approximate yield to maturity (%): 3 e
Regular monthly:
June30, 1073*... r4:853.15.348.Regular weekly:
July 5,1073
(5.307.16.530..
July 12, 1073
15.413..
16.187.July 10,1073
15.541..
)6.187..
July 28, 1073
f5.759..
\6.250..
Regular monthly:
July 31,1973
f4.918..
\5.223..
Regular weekly:
Aug. 2, 1973..... r5.870..
\6.277..

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June 30,1972.
Oct. 2, 1972..-

.Uune 30, 1973.

$95.079 cash
95.978 cash.

Jan. 4,1973...
Apr. 5,1973..
Jan. 11,1973..
Apr. 12, 1973.
Jan. 18,1973..
Apr. 19,1973..
Jan. 25,1973..
Apr. 26,1973.

-jJuly 5, 1973—

97.272 cash
98.349 cash
97. 284 cash
98.436 cash
97.199 cash
98.438 cash
97.088 cash
98.420 cash

July 31, 1972..
Oct. 31,1972..

.)July 31, 1973-

Feb. 1,1973. _
May 3,1973...
Feb. 8,1973..
May 10,1973..
Feb. 15,1973.
May 17,1973..
Feb. 22, 1973.
May 24,1973..

.)Aug. 2,1973...

Aug. 9, 1973...../5.849.\6.136..
Aug. 16, 1973.-..(5.623..
16.180..
Aug. 23,1973....(5.654..
16.453.Regular monthly:
Aug. 28, 1973.-.- 5.178-. Aug. 31, 1972
See footnotes a t end of table.




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-jJuly 12, 1973..
'-jJuly 19, 1973..
'-\July 26, 1973..

-i

J A u g . 9,1973..
j Aug. 18,1973.
Il Aug. 23,1973.
.J
Aug. 28,1973.

$1,201,235,000.00 "
499,895,000.00 .

$1,701,130,000.00

--.
..
..
.-.
..
..

1,901,105, 000.00 1
2,401,420, 000.00 J
1,901,780, 000.00 ]
2,400.800. 000.00 \
1,902,100, 000. 00 "i
2,402,215, 000.00 \
1,901,115, 000.00 ^
2,398,610, 000.00 J
1,200,980, 000.00 ^
500,540, 000.00 J

1,701,520,000.00

97.032 cash
98.413cash
97.043 cash
98.449 cash
97.157 cash
98.438 cash
97.142 cash.
98.389 cash

1,800,885,000.00 U
2,501,000,000.00)
1,800,965,000.00 \ .
2,504,460,000.00 /
1,802,910,000.00 ) .
2,500,680,000.00 )
1,801,175,000.00 \ .
2,501,105,000.00 J

4,301,885,000. 00

94.793 cash

1,803,370,000.00 . .

>

4,302,525,000. 00

..

O

Sold a t a discount; payable
a t p a r o n m a - ' 95.014 cash
turity.
96.039 cash

4,302,580,000. 00
4,304,315,000.00
4, 299,725,000. 00

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4,305,425,000. 00
4,303,570,000.00
4,302,280,000.00
1,803,370,000.00

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TABLE 28.—Description of puhlic deht issues outstanding J u n e 30,1973—Continued
Description

Date

When redeemable
or payable i

Interest payment
date

Average price
received (per $100)

Amount issued

Amount retired

CO

Amount
outst anding '

S3

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT a
—
Continued

hd
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S3

Public Issues—Continued
Marketable—Continued
Treasurys bihs—Continued
Regular weekly:
A u g . 30, 1973
f6.044.
16.693.
S e p t . 6 , 1973
(6.272..
17.132..
Sept. 13, 1 9 7 3 - - - ( 6 . 4 4 1 - .
17.127..
Sept. 20, 1 9 7 3 - - . / 6 . 7 6 0 . .
17.285..
Regular monthly:
Sept. 25, 1 9 7 3 . . . . 5.529..
Regular weekly:
Sept. 27, 1973-.-.r8.633..
17.229..
Oct. 4, 1973
6.815..
Oct. 11, 1973
6.269..
Oct. 18, 1973
6.388..
Regular monthly:
Oct. 23, 1973
5.318..
Regular weekly:
Oct. 25, 1973
6.631..
N o v . 1, 1973
6.574,.
N o v . 8, 1973
8.431..
N o v . 15.1973
6.457..
Regular monthly:
N o v . 20, 1 9 7 3 . . . - 5.225..
Regular weekly:
N o v . 23, 1 9 7 3 . . . . 6.747..
N o v . 29, 1 9 7 3 . . - . 8.884..
D e c . 6, 1973
7.211..
D e c . 13, 1973
7.172.
Regular monthly:
D e c . 18, 1973
5.337.




O
Mar. 1, 1973..
M a y 31,1973.
Mar. 8, 1973..
J u n e 7, 1973..
Mar. 15, 1973.
J u n e 14, 1973.
Mar. 22, 1973.
J u n e 21,1973.

.jAug. 30, 1973.

Sept. 30, 1972

Sept. 25, 1973.

^96. 944 cash
98.308 cash
96. 829 cash
98.197 cash
96.744cash
98.198 cash
96.583 cash
98.164 cash -

I Sept. 6, 1973..
jSept. 13, 1973
I Sept. 20, 1973.

Mar.29, 1973June 28, 1973.
Apr. 5, 1973..
Apr. 12, 1973.
Apr. 19, 1973.

26, 1973.
3, 1973...
10,1973.
17, 1973.

Oct. 25, 1973..
Nov. 1, 1973.Nov. 8, 1973..
Nov. 15, 1973.

N o v . 30, 1972.

$4,302,405,000.00

M

4,301,495,000.00
4,303,405,000.00
4,302,420,000.00

1,800,510,000.00

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1,800,510,000.00
•

Oct. 23, 1973..

Apr.
May
May
May

94.471 c a s h . -

\ Sept. 27, 1973.

Oct. 31, 1972..

$1,800,425,000.00 1
2,501,980,000.00 /
1,800,490,000.00 \
2,501,005,000.00/
1,801,040,000.00 )
2,502,365,000.00 )
1,801,355,000.00 \ . . . .
2,501,065.000. 00 j

96.647
98.173
98.555
96.831
96.770

Oct. 4, 1973...
Oct. 11,1973..
Oct. 18, 1973..

cash
cash
cash
cash
cash

..

1,806,600,000.00 \ - 2,503,180,000.00 I
1,800,975,000.00
1,800,695,000.00
1,800,340,000.00

--.

>

4,309,780,000.00

S3

1,800,975,000.00
1,800,695,000.00
1,800,340,000.00

o

94. 728 c a s h . -

1,802,480,000.00

1,802,480,000.00

96.648 cash
96. 676 cash
96.749 cash
96. 738 cash

1,799,345,000.00
1,800,645,000.00
1,801,695,000.00
1,692,885,000.00

1,799,345,000.00
1,800,645,000.00
1,801,695,000.00
1,692,665,000.00

Nov. 20, 1973.

94.847 cash

1,802,050,000.00

1,802,050,000.00

M a y 24,1973.
M a y 31,1973.
J u n e 7, 1973..
J u n e 14,1973.

Nov. 23, 1973.
Nov. 29,1973.
Dec. 6, 1973..
Dec. 13, 1973.

98. 570
96.530
98. 355
98.374

1,700,955,000,00
1,702,030,000.00
1,707,440,000.00
1,700,840,000.00

1,700,955,000.00
1,702,030.000.00
1,707,440,000.00
1,700,840,000.00

D e c . 31, 1972.

Dec. 18, 1973.

94. 782 cash

1,800,470,000.00

1,800,470.000.00

• ^

Sold at a discount; payable
at par on maturity.

cash
cash.......
cash
cash

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R e g u l a r weekly:
D e c . 20, 1973
D e c . 27, 1973
Regular monthly:
J a n . 15, 1974
Feb. 12, 1974
Mar. 12,1974
Apr. 9, 1974
M a y 7, 1974

7.255-. J u n e 21, 1973
7.299 . J u n e 28, 1973..

D e c . 20,1973.
D e c . 27, 1973-

98.332 cash
96.310 cash

1,700,870,000.00
1,701,130,000.00

1,700,870,000.00
1,701,130,000.00

5.986.- J a n . 31, 1973
8.050.. Feb. 28, 1973
8.618.. Mar. 31,1973
6.598.. Apr. 30, 1973
6 . 8 1 8 . . M a y 31,1973

J a n . 15, 1974..
Feb. 12, 1974.
Mar. 12,1974.
Apr. 9, 1974..
M a y 7, 1974...

94.197 cash
94.134cash
93.642 c a s h .
93.695 c a s h .
93.542 cash

1,803,975,000.00 ,
1,801,085,000.00.
1,790,265,000.00 .
1,801,775,000.00 .
1,800,435,000.00 .

1,803,975,000. 00
1,801,085,000.00
1,790,265,000.00
1,801,775,000.00
1,800,435,000.00

100,060,500,000.00

T o t a l T r e a s u r y bills..
T r e a s u r y notes: ^
8 H % Series B-1973 (effective
r a t e 8.1355%).
5 U % Series A-1974 (effective
r a t e 5.7843%).

F e b . 15, 1970

F e b : 15-Aug. 15

N o v . 15, 1974

E x c h a n g e at p a r

1,839,104,000.00

M a y 15-Nov. 15.

.^ A u g . 15, 1973

N o v . 15, 1987

Par
Exchange at p a r . .
E x c h a n g e a t 99.80.

1,508,510,000.00 .
2,474,568,000.00 .
3,230,944,000.00 .

Subtotal
55^% Series B-1974 (effective
r a t e 5.7007%).
Subtotal
7 ^ % Series C-1974
714% Series D-1974
6% Series E-1974 (effective
r a t e 5.8613%).
5 K % Series F-1974 (effective
r a t e 5.8254%).
5 M % Series A-1075(effective
r a t e 5.7335%).

Subtotal
8% Series B-1975
57^% Series C-1975
7% Series D-1975 (effective
r a t e 7.0553%).
5 K % Series E-1975 (effective
r a t e 5.5768%).

100,060,500,000.00^
1,839,104,000.00

7,212,022,000.00
A u g . 15, 1988

A u g . 15, 1974

-

F e b . 15-Aug. 15.

99.62
E x c h a n g e a t 99.62.

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$1,769,549,000.00

5,414,039,000.00 .
4,869,883,000.00 .

H-l

10,283,022,000.00

A u g . 15. 1970
N o v . 15, 1970
Oct. 19, 1972

F e b . 15, 1974
M a y 15, 1974
Sept. 30,1974

F e b . 15-Aug. 1 5 . . . E x c h a n g e a t p a r . .
M a y 15-Nov. 15
do
Mar. 31-Sept. 3 0 . . - 100.25--

3,130,274,000.00
4,505,223,000.00
2,080,180,000.00

D e c . 28, 1972

D e c . 31, 1974

J u n e 30-Dec. 3 1 . . . 100.00..-

2,101,728,000. 00 .

F e b . 15, 1068

F e b . 15, 1075

F e b . 15-Aug. 15

Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange

M a y 15, 1968
F e b . 15, 1971
A u g . 15, 1971

M a y 15, 1975.
A u g . 15,1975
N o v . 15,1975

May 15-Nov. 15.
F e b . 15-Aug. 1 5 .
M a y 15-Nov. 1 5 .

Exchange at p a r . . .
.do.
E x c h a n g e a t 99.80-

8,759,985,000.00
7,678,594,000.00 .
3,114,603,000.00

Oct. 22, 1971

F e b . 15, 1975

F e b . 15-Aug. 15.

100.89

2,045,169,000.00

-.•

at
at
at
at
at

par. _
00.4000.15.
00.85 _
08.85.
--

2,171,204,000.00
507,225,000.00
1,107,430,000.00
929,137,000.00
433,348,000.00

170,104,000. 00
171,717,000.00

>

2,080,080.000.00
4,333,506,000.00
2,080,180,000.00

>

2,101,728,000.00

!^

.
.
.
.
.

5,148,443,000.00

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10,283,022,000.00

--

5,442,473,000.00

X

1,133,816,000. 00

4,014,827,000.00

1,000.00
-

6,759,984,000,00
7,678,594,000.00
3,114,603,000.00

823,607,000.00

1,221,562,000.00

S e e f o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




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Description

Date

When redeemable
or payable 1

Interest payment
Average price
date
received (per $100)

Amount issued
_

Amount retired

Amount
outstanding 2

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INTEREST-BEARING DEBT «—
Continued

g
2
no

Public Issues—Continued
Marketable—Continued
Treasury notes ^—Continued
5K% Series F-1975 (effective
rate 5.7761%).
6M% Series A-1976 (effective
rate 6.2947%).
8>^%, Series B-1976
7>^% Series C-1976 (effective
rate 7.4783%).

Apr. 3, 1972

May 15, 1975

Feb. 15, 1989

Feb. 15, 1976

- May 15-Nov. 15.-. $100.26
Feb. 15-Aug. 15..- Exchange at 99.75-

$1,776,409,000.00

M a y 15, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969

M a y 15, 1978
Aug. 15, 1976

May 15-Nov. 15-.- Exchange at p a r - .
. Feb. 15-Aug. 15..- Exchange at 99.50Exchange at 100.50

Subtotal6k^% Series D-1976 (effective Sept. 8, 1971

Nov. 15, 1976

5M% Series E-1976
5 ^ % Series F-1976 (effective
rate 5.9740%).
8^%, Series G-1978 (effective
rate 8.5974%).
8% Series A-1977 (effective
rate 8.0025%).
7M% Series B-1977 (effective
rate 7.7970%).
6M% Series A-1978
6% Series B-1978 (effective
rate 6.0452%).
6M% Series A-1979 (effective
rate 6.2069%).
6^% Series B-1979 (effective
rate 6.7206%).
Subtotal




100.18
--

-----

-

$1,776,409,000.00

3,738,758,000.00

3,738,758,000.00

2,697,016,000.00
1,682,965,000.00 1
2,510,634,000.00

2,897,016,000.00
:

4,193,599,000.00
- 4,193,599,000.00
===========^===========================
1,283,296,000.00

May 15-Nov. 15--- 101.14

rate6.1347%).
Subtotal----------

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3,041,306,000.00
-

----

4,324,802,000.00

May 15-Nov. 15--. Exchange at p a r . .
Feb, 15-Aug. 15.-. Exchange at 99.75.

C/5

H

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Pi
H

4,324,602,000.00

^

2,802,404,000.00
4,945,003,000.00

2,802,404,000.00
4,945,003,000.00

^
g
^
^
S
g
^
^
S
S
\}
gJ
cJ
W
^

May 15, 1976
Feb. 15, 1976.

Feb. 15, 1973

Aug. 15, 1978

Feb. 15-Aug. 15... Exchange at 99.70.

3,882,930,000.00

3,882,930,000.00

Feb. 16, 1970

Feb. 15-Aug. 15... Exchange at p a r . .

5,182,870,000.00

5,162,870,000.00

Aug. 15, 1970

Feb. 15, 1977
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. 15, 1978

8,388,504,000.00
8,207,497,000.00

8,388,504,000.00
8,207,497,000.00

Aug. 15, 1972

Aug. 15, 1979
j
Nov. 1^, 1979.

do...
Exchange at p a r . May 15-Nov. ^15..- Exchange at 99.75.
.
Feb. 15-Aug. 15.-. Exchange at p a r . .

4,558,922,000.00

4,558,922,000.00

May 15-Nov. 15... 99.70
Exchange at 09.70-

1,000,055,000.00
594,683,000.00
1,603,738,'000.00

1,603,738,000.00

Feb. 15, 1973

H^
hH
S

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Feb. 15, 1972
Aug. 15, 1972

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6K% Series A-1980 (effective May 15, 1973
rate 7.0049%).
Subtotal
---1M% Series
1M% Series
1M%) Series
VA% Series
134% Series
1K% Series
134% Series
134% Series
1 ^ % Series
1>^% Series

E0-1973
EA-1974
E0-1974.-EA-1975
E0-1975
EA-1976
E0-1976EA-1977
E0-1977
EA-1978

Oct. 1, 1988
Apr. 1, 1989
Oct. 1, 1969
-. Apr. 1, 1970
Oct. 1, 1970
Apr, 1,1971.-- Oct. 1, 1971
Apr. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Apr. 1, 1973

May 15, 1980

Oct. 1, 1973
Apr. 1, 1974
- Oct. 1, 1974
Apr, 1, 1975...
Oct. 1, 1975.
Apr, 1, 1978
Oct, 1, 1978
Apr, 1,1977
Oct, 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1978

May 15-Nov. 15--. 99.29
Exchange at 99.29.
Apr. 1-Oct. 1
do
--.do
do
do
do
do..
----.dOdo.
.--do

2,043,210,000.00 .
5,221,343,000.00
7,284,553,000.00

Exchange at p a r . .
do
do
do
----do
--.--dodo
do
do
do

Total Treasury notes

7,264,553,000.00

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 .-.5,040,000.00 .--18,923,000.00
14,738,000.00
121,917,562,000.00

29,784,000.00
33,883,000.00
41,702,000.00
7,945,000.00
30,394,000.00
27,417,000.00
10,554,000.00
5,040,000.00
16,923,000.00
14,738,000.00
4,077,884,000.^00 117,839,678,000.00

========================^^===============

Treasury bonds: f
4% of 1973 (effective rate
4.1401%).g

Sept. 15, 1063

On Aug. 15, 1073.. Feb. and Aug. 15.. Exchange at 08.85.
Exchange at 07.00.
Exchange at 08.55.
Exchange at 08.20.
Exchange at 00.60.
Exchange at 00.30.

Subtotal

—

434% of 1073 (effective rate July 22, 1064-—-. On Nov. 15,1073 5. May and Nov. 1 5 . . Exchange at 08.75..
42241%).f
Exchange at 08.00.
Exchange at 00.05.
Exchange at 00.10.
Exchange at 99.25.
Exchange at 99.30.
Exchange at 99.45.
Exchange at 99.85.
Subtotal

•---.--

434% of 1974 (effective rate Jan. 15, 1965
4.1631%).g

Subtotal

----

On Feb. 15,1974 5.. Feb. and Aug. 15-- Exchange at
Exchange at
Exchange at
Exchange at
Exchange at
Exchange at
Exchange at
Exchangeat
100.25.

-

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1,120,883,000.00
'213,528,000.00
782,366,000.00
340,070,000.00
720,541,000.00
716,437,000.00
3,803,834,000.00

3,000.00

3,803,831,000.00
..

20,807,500.00

2,468,660,000.00
=

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H
^
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4,338,403,000.00

863,713,500.00

^
>
^
^
y^
^
^

140,326,000.00
399,959,000.00 . . . 1
493,462,000.00
146,917,000.00
415,742,000.00
333,760,000.00
481,289,000.00
738,918,500.00
3,130,373,500.00

'

.

232,162,000.00
334,055,000.00
780,304,000.00
574,915,000.00
343,825,000.00..
298,850,500.00
1,302,758,000.00
503,341,000.00

4,357,210,500.00
99.05.
99.25.
99.35.
99.45.
99.50.
99.55.
99.90.

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TABLE 28.—Description of puhlic deht issues outstanding June 30,1973—Continued
Description

INTEREST-BEARING
Continued

Date

W h e n redeemable
or p a y a b l e i

Interest p a y m e n t
date

Average price
received (per $100)

A m o u n t issued

A m o u n t retired

Aniount
outstanding ^

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Public Issues—Continued
Marketable—Continued
T r e a s u r y b o n d s ^—Continued
4K%, of 1974 (effective r a t e
4.2256%) .6

O
M a y 15, 1964..

O n M a y 15,1974 5 . . M a y a n d N o v . 1 5 .

D e c . 2, 1957.

O n N o v . 15,1974 5. M a y a n d N o v , 1 5 . . P a r
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange

Exchange at p a r . . .
Exchangeat
100.25.

Subtotal.334%) of 1974 (effective r a t e
3.9883%) .g

a t 98.50.
a t 99
a t 98.30.
a t 99.10.
at p a r . . .
--

A p r . 5, 1960.

O n a n d after
M a y 15,1975; on
M a y 15, 1985.5

May and Nov. 15.

Par
Exchange
101.15.
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange

--at
at
at
at
at

99.95.
99.25.
99.10.
99.05.

Subtotal




653,811,500.00
136,239,000.00
517,421,500.00
313,758,000.00
373,227,000.00
250,315,000.00

M a y 1, 1953..

-

O n a n d after
J u n e 15,1978; on
J u n e 15,1983.5

June and Dec. 15-- ParExchange at par---

W
$743,990,500. 00

$2,849,593,000. 00

2,244,772,000.00

S3
K!

1,030,689,500.00

1,214,082,500.00

469,533,000.00 .
52,853,500.00 .
397,057,000.00
105,792,000.00
75,642,000. 00
116,733,000.00

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.
.
.
.

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13,625,000.00

1,203,985,500.00

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1,188,789,175.00.
417,314,825.00 .
1,606,084,000.00

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.
.
.
.
.

1,217,610,500. 00

Subtotal
3 K % of 1978-83

$1,531,898,500.00 .
2,061,885,000.00 .
3,593,583,500.00

Subtotal
414: of 1975-85 (effective r a t e
4.2832%).8

S3

S3
114,434,500.00

1,491,649,500.00

4% of 1980 (effective rate Jan. 23, 1959
4.0451%).g
~

On Feb. 15, 19805.. Feb. and Aug. 1 5 . . 99
99.50
Exchange at 99
Exchange at 99.10.
Exchange at 99.30.
Exchange at 99.50.
Exchange at 99.60.
Exchange at 98.80.
Exchangeat
100.25.
Exchangeat
100.55.

Subtotal
On Nov. 15,1980 5. May and Nov, 1 5 . . Exchange at p a r . . .
Exchangeat
102.25.
Exchangeat
103.50.

-..
On Aug. 15,1981... Feb. and Aug. 1 5 . . Exchange at 99.20.
99.20
----

Qy8% of 1982 (effective rate Feb. 15,1972
8.3439%).h

On Feb. 15,1982... Feb. and Aug. 1 5 . . Par-Exchange at par--.

—

Subtotal
654%) of 1984 (effective rate Aug. 15,1972
6.4975%).

2,577,028,000.00
Ui
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237,815,000.00
18,197,000.00

812,071,500.00---194,862,500.00
806,934,000.00 ----

--806,934,000.00

571,668,500.00
2,130,527,500.00

2,311,879,000.00
40,852,000.00..--

-

1,134,867,500.00

On Nov. 15, 1988

-

-- ,

2,702,196,000.00

Ul

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2
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2,352,731,000.00
OnMay 15,1985 5. _ May and Nov. 1 5 . . 100.50

1,897,746,000.00

----

2,702,198,000.00
On Aug. 15,1984-.. Feb. and Aug. 15-. Exchange at 99.40.
99.40--

Subtotal
33<t% of 1985 (effective rate June 3, 1958
3.2222%).
634% of 1988 (effective rate Nov. 15, 1971
6.1493%),

34,885,500.00

643,408,000,00
1,034,722,000.00

1,915,943,000.00

7% of 1981 (effective rate Aug.15,1971
7.1132%).
Subtotal-

Subtotal

209,580,500.00 .
2,611,693,500.00

334% of 1980 (effective rate Oct. 3, I960..
3.3808%).g

Subtotal

884,115,500.00.
6102,000.00,
195,485,000.00 .
17,348,000.00 .
2,113,000.00 .
107,341,500.00 .
212,994,500.00 .
420,040,000.00
562,595,500.00

-.-2,352,731,000.00

24,352,000.00
1,191,909,000.00...-'

do
--

99.75
Exchange at 99.75.

1,216,281,000.00

181,430,500.00

973,437,000.00

1,216,261,000.00

See footnotes a t end of table.




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TABLE 28.—Description of puhlic deht issues outstanding June 30,1973—Continued
CO

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

Average price
received (per $100)

A m o u n t issued

A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding 2
S3

INTEREST-BEARING
Continued

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Public Issues—Continued
Marketable—Continued
T r e a s u r y b o n d s f—Continued
4 3 ^ % of 1987-92 (effective
r a t e 4.2350%) .e

A u g . 15, 1982.

Subtotal
Jan. 17,1963-

434% of 1989-94 (effective
rate4.1947%).g .

A p r . 18, 1963.




F e b . a n d A u g . 1 5 - 101
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange

a t 99.60.•
a t 99.75.
a t 99.90.
a t 99.95.
a t 100.10.
a t 100.15.
a t 100.25.
a t 100.30.
a t 100.35.
a t 100.40.
a t 100.45.
a t 100.80.
at 101....
a t 101.15.
a t 100.70.

O n a n d after F e b . F e b . a n d A u g . 1 5 15, 1988; on
F e b . 15, 1993.5
O n a n d after M a y M a y a n d N o v . 15..
15, 1989; on
M a y 15. 1994.5

$359,711,500.00.
118,050,000.00 .
150,959,000.00 .
188,007,000.00 .
488,842,000.00 .
195,978,000.00 .
685,358,500.00 .
841,227,500.00 .
147,686,000.00 .
118,072,500.00 .
281,957,000.00 .
143,932.000.00 .
139,738,000.00 .
5,410,000.00
122,199,500.00 .
34,928,000.00 .

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3,817,852,500.00
99.85100.55--.
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange

at
at
at
at
at
at

97,70.
98
98.35.
98.65.
99.10.
99.40.

1,140,000.00

$3,731,712,500.00

250,000,000.00

-

4 % of 1988-93 (effective r a t e
4.0082%).

Subtotal

O n a n d after A u g .
15,1987; on
A u g . 15, 1992.5

14,025,000. 00

236,975,000.00

300,000,000.00
125,623,000.09
104,739,000.00
317,182,000. 00
489,898,000.00
131,877,000.00
91,149,000.00
1,560,466,000.00

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1,493,588,000.00

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3.4890%) .g

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On Feb. 15, 1990 5.. Feb. and Aug. 15.. Exchange at p a r . .
Exchange at 99
Exchange at 100.25.
Exchange at 101.25.
Exchange at 101.50.
Exchange at 101.75.

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4,917,411,500.00

6H% of 1993 (effective rate Jan. 10, 1973
6.7940%).
7% of 1003-08 (effective rate May 15, 1073..
7.1076%).
Subtotal

-

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.

On Feb. 15, 1993.. Feb. and Aug. 15.. 99.50
On and after May
15, 1003; on
May 15, 1998.5

783,748,500.00

40,000,000.00
851,756,000.00

4,133,683,000.00

627,201,000.00

May and Nov. 15.. Exchange at 08.75.
98.75..

----

627,201,000.00
.

691,758,000.00

-.-

691,756,000.00'

= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ^ ^ = = =

3% of 1995

Feb. 15, 1955

On Feb. 15, 1995 5.. Feb. and Aug. 15.. P a r .
Exchange at p a r . -

Subtotal

2,745,117,000.00

3>^% of 1998 (effective rate Oct. 3, 1960
352087o)-8

Subtotal
Total Treasury bonds

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Total marketable issues

Apr. 5, 1973
Apr. 17, 1973
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Apr. 18, 1973

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Apr. 19, 1973
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on July 5, 1973.
On 2 days'notice;
on July 17, 1973.
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On 2 days'notice;
on July 18,1973.
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On 2 days'notice;
on July 19,1973.
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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

912,341,500.00

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51,856,737,000.00

:

July 5, 1973

1,206,123,500.00
6,791,247,000.00

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45,065,490,000.00

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--- 273,834,799,000.00

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Exchangeat98
Exchange at99
Exchange at 100.25.
Exchange at 100.50-

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Certificates of indebtedness: ^
6.55% foreign series

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821,474,500.00.
1,923,642,500.00

10,869,131,000.00 282,965,668,000.00

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44,000,000.00

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44,000,000.00

July 17, 1973

do

70,000,000.00

70,000,000.00

do
July 18, 1973

do
.-do

250,000,000.00
25,000,000.00

250,000,000.00
25,000,000.00

do
July 19,1973

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11,000,000.00 .....^
40,000,000.00

11,000,000.00
40,000,000.00

50,000,000.00

50,000,000.00

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Description

Date

INTEREST-BEARING
Continued

W h e n redeemable
or p a y a b l e i

Interest p a y m e n t
date

Average price
received (per $100)

A m o u n t issued

A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding 2

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6.25% foreign series
6.30% foreign series--

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- - . M a y 2, 1973.--

6.30% foreign series

M a y 7, 1973.--

6.15% foreign series

M a y 9, 1973--.

Do

M a y 14, 1973-.

Do
Do
6.20% foreign series
Do

do
do..
M a y 16, 1973.
do

6.45% foreign series

M a y 23, 1973..

7.15% foreign series

•_. J u n e 8, 1973--

Do
Do

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7.30% foreign series
Do
7.25% foreign series.
Do

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J u n e 28, 1973.
J u n e 29, 1973M a y 9, 1 9 7 3 - . .
M a y 14, 1973..
M a y 17, 1973..

. O n 2 d a y s ' notice; J u l y 26, 1073
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on J u l y 28, 1073,
. O n 2 d a y s ' notice; A u g . 2, 1 0 7 3 . . . .
on A u g . 2, 1073.
O n 2 d a y s ' notice; A u g . 7, 1073
on A u g . 7, 1073.
. O n 2 d a y s ' notice; A u g . 0, 1073
o n A u g . 0, 1073.
. O n 2 d a y s ' n o t i c e ; A u g . 14, 1073
o n A u g . 14, 1073
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do
do
. O n 2 d a y s ' notice; A u g . 16, 1073
o n A u g . 16,1073.
do
do
. O n 2 d a y s ' notice; A u g . 23, 1073
o n A u g . 23,1073.
. O n 2 d a y s ' notice; Sept. 6, 1073
o n Sept. 6, 1073.
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do
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do
. O n 2 d a y s ' notice; S e p t . 7, 1073
on Sept. 7, 1073.
. O n 2 d a y s ' notice; Sept. 20, 1073
o n Sept. 20, 1073.
do
do
. O n 2 d a y s ' notice; Sept. 26, 1073
o n Sept. 26,1073
. O n 2 d a y s ' notice; Sept. 28, 1073
o n Sept. 28,1073.
. O n N-o v . 0, 1073 ? N o v . 0, 1073
O n N o v . 14, 1073 K N o v . 14, 1073..
O n N o v . 16, 1073 L N o v . 18, 1073..

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$25,000,000.00

$25,000,000. 00

do.

55,000, COO. 00

55,000,000. 00

do.

413,000, 000. 00

413, 000, 000. 00

do.

105,000, 000.00

105, 000, 000. 00

do

1,170,000,000.00

1,170, 000, 000. 00

dodo.
do.

261,000, 000. 00
70,000,000.00
65,000, 000.00

281, 000, 000.03
70,000,000.00
65, 000, 000. 00

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30,000,000.00

15, 000, 000. 00
30, 000, 000. 00

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100, 000, 000. 00

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2,503,000,000.00
601,000,000.00
180,000,000.00

2,503,000, 000. 00
601, 000, 000. 00
189,000, 000. 00

do

480,000,000.00

480, 000, 000. 00

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000, 000, 000.00

200,000, 000. 00
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1,500,000,000.00
706,000,000.00

1,480.000, 000. 00
1,500,000,000. 00
706, 000, 000.00

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7.25% foreign series
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series.
5.25%
foreign
currency
series.8
5.75%
foreign
currency
series.8
T o t a l certificates, foreign
c u r r e n c y series.
Treasury notes: ^
6.00% foreign series
6.45% foreign series
6.30% foreign series
4.60% foreign series
4.87% foreign series
4.05% foreign series
5.00% foreign series
5.05% foreign series
4.80% foreign series
5.60% foreign series
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5.03% foreign series
6.15% foreigii series
6.45% foreign series
7.00% foreign s e r i e s . . .
6.80% foreign series
6.65% foreign series
6.80% foreign series
6.75% foreign series
7.00% foreign series
7,10% foreign series.
6,55% foreign series
8.75% foreign series
6.70% foreign series
5.75% foreign series
•.
, 6.65% foreign series.
6.85% foreigii series
6.80% foreign series
2,50% foreign series
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.
5.00% foreigii series
5.05% foreign series
5.00% foreign series
5.875% foreign series
2.50% foreign series

See footnotes a t end of table.




M a y 30, 1073
J u n e 6, 1073

O n N o v . 30, 1073 7. N o v . 30, 1073
O n D e c . 6, 1073 ^ . D e c . 8, 1073

J a n . 10, 1073

O n 2 d a y s ' notice; J u l y 10, 1073
on J u l y 10, 1073.
O n 2 d a y s ' notice; A u g . 2, 1073
o n A u g . 2, 1073.

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do.

F e b . 2, 1073

100,000,000.00
20,000,000. 00

12,148,200,000.00
3,455.80000 Swiss
francs.
345.60000 Swiss
francs.

100,000,000.00
20,000,000.00

12,148,200,000.00

124,421,296.30

124,421, 296.30

62,210,648.15 .

188, 631, 944.45

186,831,944.45
D e c . 31, 1088
J u l y 7, 1071
J u l y 14, 1071
A p r . 27, 1072
M a y 25, 1072
J u n e 22, 1072
J u l y 20, 1072
A u g . 24, 1072
F e b , 2, 1072
Sept. 21, 1072
Oct. 26, 1072
J a n . 25, 1 0 7 3 . . . . . . .
F e b . 22, 1073
J u n e 25, 1071
Mar. 22, 1073
Mar. 20, 1073
J u l y 7, 1071
J u l y 14, 1071
A p r . 26, 1073
M a y 24, 1073
J u n e 21, 1973
J u n e 25, 1971
J u l y 7, 1971
J u l y 14, 1971
J u l y 19, 1972
J u n e 25, 1971
J u l y 7, 1971
J u l y 14, 1971
Mar. 15, 1972
Sept. 15, 1972
J u l y 19, 1972
J u n e 26, 1972
J u l y 7, 1972
J u l y 14, 1972
J a n . 15, 1973

O n J u l y 2, 1073 9 . . J a n . a n d J u l y 2 . . . P a r
O n J u l y 9, 1073 7 . . J a n . a n d J u l y 9
do.
O n J u l y 18, 1073 ^. J a n . a n d J u l y 18
do.
do.
O n J u l y 10, 1073 K J a n . a n d J u l y 19
O n A u g . 23, 1073 9. F e b . a n d A u g . 23
do.
O n S e p t . 20,1073 K Mar. a n d Sept. 20
do.
O n Oct. 18, 1073 9. A p r . a n d Oct. 18
do.
O n N o v . 20,1073 9. M a y a n d N o v . 29
do.
O n D e c . 3, 1073 9 . . J u n e a n d D e c . 3
do.
O n D e c . 27, 1073 9. J u n e a n d D e c . 27
do.
O n J a n . 24, 1074 9.. J a n . a n d J u l y 24
do.
O n A p r . 25, 1074 9. A p r . a n d Oct. 25
do.
O n M a y 23, 1074 9. M a y a n d N o v . 23
do.
O n J u n e 25, 1074 7. J u n e a n d D e c . 25
do.
O n J u n e 27, 1074 9. J u n e a n d D e c , 27
do.
do
do
do.
O n J u l y 8, 1074 7 . . J a n . a n d J u l y 8
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O n J u l y 15, 1074 ?. J a n . a n d J u l y 1 5 .
-do.,
O n .July 25, 1074 9_ J a n . a n d J u l y 25
do.
O n A u g . 22, 1974 9. F e b . a n d A u g . 22
do..
O n Sept. 19,1974 9. Mar. a n d Sept. 1 9 . . . . - - d o . .
O n J u n e 25, 1975 7. J u n e a n d D e c . 25
do.
O n J u l y 7, 1975 7 . . J a n . a n d J u l y 7
do.,
O n J u l y 14, 1975 7. J a n . a n d J u l y 14
do.
O n Mar. 22, 1976 7. Mar. a n d Sept. 2 2 . .
do..
O n J u n e 25, 1978 7. J u n e a n d D e c . 25
do.
O n J u l y 7, 1978 7 . . J a n . a n d J u l y 7_
do..
O n J u l y 14, 1976 7_ J a n . a n d J u l y 14
do..
O n Sept. 15,1976 9. Mar. a n d Sept. 15
do..
O n Mar. 15, 1977 9.
do
do.
O n Mar. 22, 1977 7. Mar. a n d Sept. 22
do.,
O n J u n e 27, 1977 7. J u n e a n d D e c . 27
do.
O n J u l y 7, 1977 7 . . J a n . a n d J u l y 7doO n J u l y 14, 1977 7. Jaii. a n d J u l y 14
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100,000,
1,000.00
200,000.
1,000.00
200,000,
1,000.00
175,000,
1,000.00
150,000,
1,000.00
200,000,
200,000,
;,ooo.oo
200,000,
1,000.00
22,353,
!,752.88
200,000,
1,000.00
200,000,
1,000.00
200,000,
1,000.00
300,000,
1,000.00
800,000,
),000.00
100,000,
1,000.00
200,000,
1,000.00
200,000,
1,000.00
200,000,
1,000.00
275,000,
1,000.00
240,000,
1,000.00
200,000,
1,000.00
600,000,
1,000.00
200,000,
1,000.00
200,000,
1,000.00
500,000,
1,000.00
600,000,
1,000.00
200,000,
.,000.00
200,000,
•,000.00
158,373,,190.59
156,857,,824.07
500,000,
^000.00
600,000,
1,000.00
200,000,
1,000.00
200,000,
1,000.00
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200, 000, 000.00
200,000, 000.00
175,000, 000.00
150, 000, 000.00
200, 000, 000.00
200,000, 000.00
200, 000, 000.00
22,353, 752.68
200. 000, 000.00
200, 000, 000.00
200, 000, 000.00
300, 000, 000.00
600,000, 000.00
100, 000, 000. 00
200,000, 000.00
200,000, 000. 00
200,000, 000.00
275,000, 000. 00
240,000, 000. 00
200,000, 000.00
600, 000, 000.00
200, 000, 000.00
200,000, 000.00
500,000, 000.00
600,000, 000.00
200,000, 000.00
200,000, 000.00
158,373, 190.59
156,857, 824. 07
500,000, 000. 00
600,000, 000.00
200,000, 000.00
200, 000, 000.00
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Description

Date

When redeemable
or payable i

Interest payment
date

Average price
received (per $100)

Amount issued

Amount
outstanding 2

Amount retired

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Treasury notes ^—Continued
5.90% foreign series
2.50% foreign series
5.95% foreign series
6.20% foreign series
Do
6.00% foreign series
6.20% foreign series
8.25% foreign series
Do
Do
6.05% foreign series
6.10% foreign series
6.95% foreign series--!--.---Total Treasury notes, foreign series.
4.77% foreign currency series.8
5.67% foreign currency series.8
4.55% foreign currency series.8
2.051% foreign currency series.8
5.50% foreign currency series.8
5.70% foreign currency series.8
5.40% foreigii currency series.8
5.25% foreign currency series.8




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June 29, 1973.
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Apr. 7, 1972...
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July 19, 1972.
Apr. 7, 1972..
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July 19, 1972.
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JUne 25, 1973.

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On Dec. 29, 1977 9. June and Dec. 29
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. On Apr. 7, 1978 7.. Apr. and Oct. 7
do
. On July 7, 1978 7.. Jan. and July 7
do
On Sept. 22,1978 7_ Mar. and Sept. 22
do
On Oct, 6, 1978 7... Apr. and Oct. 6
do
On Feb. 7, 1979 7.. Feb. and Aug. 7
do
. On Mar, 7, 1979 7.. Mar. and Sept. 7
do
. On Apr. 6, 1979 7. Apr. and Oct. 6
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OnMay 15, 1979 7. May and Nov. 15.
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do
. On June 23, 1980 7. June and Dec. 23
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$500,000,000,00
198,886,237.07
500,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
500,000,000.00
450,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
450,000,000.00
500,000,000.00
500,000,000.00
600,000,000.00

$500, 000, 000. 00
198, 886,237. 07
500, 000, 000. 00
400,000, 000.00
400, 000, 000. 00
500, 000, 000. 00
450, 000,000. 00
400, 000, 000.00
400, 000,000. 00
450, 000, 000.00
500, 000, 000. 00
500, 000,000.00
600,000,000.00

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May 18, 1972..

On Aug. 20, 1973 9. Feb. and Aug. 20.. 345.6000 Swiss
f rfi TICS

Aug. 27, 1971.

On Aug. 27, 19739. Feb. and Aug. 27

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May 30, 1972..

On Aug. 30. 1973.- Feb. 28 and Aug, 30

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Oct. 2,1989...
Oct. 6,1972—.

On Oct. 2, 19739... Apr. and Oct. 2 . . . 2,900.3000 deutsche marks.
On 2 days' notice; May and Nov. 30.. 345.8000 Swiss
on Nov. 30, 1973.
francs.
On Jan. 7,1974 9 . . Jan, and July 7
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65,104,166. 67

65,104,166.87

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On Feb. 6, 1974 9.. Feb. and Aug. 8

do...

31,828, 703. 70

31,828, 703.70

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On Feb. 20, 1974.. Feb. and Aug. 20

do...

34,722, 222. 22

Sept. 1, 1972-..

37, 615, 740.74

37, 615, 740. 74

172,395,959. 04

172,395,959.04

31. 828, 703. 70

31, 828, 703. 70

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ries.8
5.47% foreign
ries.8
5.70% foreign
ries.8
6.00% foreign
ries.8
6.625% foreign
ries.8
6.93% foreign
ries.8
6.70% foreign
ries.8

currency se- Dec. 11, 1972

On Mar. 11, 1974 9. M a r . a n d S e p t . i l

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311,053,240.74

currency se- Dec. 13, 1972

On Mar. 13, 1974.. Mar. and Sept. 13

do

28,935,185.19

28,935,185.19

currency se- Jan. 8, 1973

On Apr. 8, 1974... Apr. and Oct. 8

do

37,615,740.74

37,615,740.74

currency se- Jan. 29, 1973

On Apr. 29, 1974 9. Apr. and Oct. 29

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currency se- Mar. 9, 1973

128,759,175.94

currency se- Apr. 5, 1973

On June 7, 1974 9.. June and Dec. 7— 3,378.4000 Swiss
francs.
On July 5, 1974 9.. Jan. and July 5
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28,711,816.24

28,711,816.24

currency se- Apr. 17, 1973

On July 17, 1974 9. Jan. and July 17

170,198,910.73

170,198,910.73

1,558,483,886.02

1,556,483,886.02

Total notes, foreign currency series.

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49,189,814.81

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On July 1, 1980 lo.. Jan. and July 1
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On Apr. 1,19811°.. Apr. and Oct. 1
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49,189,814.81
128,759,175.94

75,000,000.00
75,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

250,000,000.00

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250,000,000.00

75,000,000.00
75,000,000.00
100,000,000.00-

Total Treasury bonds

^
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plan bonds First day of each
semiannualmonth.
Jan. 1963 to May
1986.

• 4.15%
5,00%
5.00%-5.00%-5.00%
Unclassified--

.

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Treasury bonds: ^
334% Treasury bonds
Dec. 23, 1969
33^%, Treasury bonds
July 1, 1970
334% Treasury bonds-.. --- Apr. 1, 1971
U.S. retirement
(compounded
ly) n f
3.75%

311,053,240.74

-

June 1986 to Dec.
1969.
-. J a n . l , 1970
Jan. 1, 1971
Jan. 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973

Total U.S. retirement
plan bonds.

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$5,429,515.96

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3,950,338,73

22,927,702.88

do
do
do
-do

7,877,291,98
8,296,413.85
9,070,012.02
1,984,300.00
77,600.00

453,618.33
295,418,63
127,805.48
9,900.00
27,265.13

7,423,873.85
8,000,995.22
8,942,208.54
1,974,400.00
50,334.87

74,546,685.49

10,293,882.28

^

-

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64,252,803.23

See footnotes a t end of table.




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.

w

.
Description

^
Date

When redeemable
or payable i

Interest payment
date

Average price
received (per $100)

Aniount issued

Amount retired

Amount
outstanding 2

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT a—
Continued

hrj

1-3

Public Issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
Depositary bonds:^
2% First Series

Treasury bonds:^
2% REA Series

^
Various dates
from July 1981.

Subtotal
Total Tieasury bonds, illvestment series.
Treasury certificates:
8.69% certificates
June 1, 1973-.




At option of
United States
or owner upon
30 to 60 days'
notice; 12 yrs.
from issue date

do...

Treasury bonds, investment series: f 2 ^ % Series B-1975-80. Apr. 1, 1951

1% certificates

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June 15,1973

do..

June and Dec. 1... Par

Jan. and July 1

'. Apr. 1, 1975, exApr. and Oct. 1.
changeable at
any time at
option of owner
for marketable
Treasury notes;
payable on Apr,
1,1980.512
-

$359,714,500.00
.

do

$19,063,500.00

62,177,000.00

55,573,000.00

6,804,000.00

2
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td
2
2
^

15,331,354,000,00
15,331,354,000,00 13 13,055,933,000.00

July 1,1973
Dec. 15,1973

Par.
do

6,882,328.22
2,779,465.72

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Exchange at par. _ 14,879,956,500.00

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On demand; on
July 1,1973.
Ondemand;on
Dec. 15, 1973.

$340,651,000,00

4,978,285.61
-

2,275,421,000.00
=
1,886,042.61
2,779,465.72

2
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3.50% certificates

-......Ido

3.50% certificates.
Total

Treasury

. On demand; on
June 30,1974.
do.-

June 30, 1974

5,758,386.07 ...

do.

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-

363,473,152.86

378,873,332.87

certifi-

Treasury notes:
4% notes...
4% notes

June 29, 1973

4% notes

June 30, 1973

Dec. 29, 1972

. At niaturity; on
Dec. 29, 1978.
. At maturity; on
June 29,1979.
. At niaturity; on
June 30,1979.

Dec. 29

4,976,285. 61

22,335,747. 40 .

Par..-

373,897,047, 28
22,335,747.40

5,707,710.98 .-.

5,707,710.98

27,135,879.35 . . .

27,135,879. 35

55,179,337.73 . . .

55,179,337. 73

2,765,000.00 . . .

2,785,000.00

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59,030,000.00 . . .

59,030,000. 00

%

do

75,885,000.00 . . .

75,885,000,00

June 2 9 . . .

do.-..

June 30

do

Total Treasury notes
.
. After 1 niO-Certificate,, of indebtedness— Various dates
State and local government
series (Various interest rates).
. After l y r
.
do
Treasmy notes—State and local
government series (Various interest rates).
do--^
—.
do
Treasury bonds—State and local
government series (Various interest rates).
U.S. savings notes, series and First day of each
yield to maturity :i* ^
month.
.
S-1967,5.260%.
May to Dec. 1967... After l y r . 15
do
S-1968, 5.260% (Jan. to May) Jan. to May 1988..
do
S-1968, 5.340% (June to June to Dec. 1968.
Dec).
. Jan. to Dec, 1989.
do
-.
S-1969, 5.340%
Jan. to June 1970..
S-1970, 5.340%
do
...
Unclassified
Total U.S. savings notes

5,758,386.07

363,473,152.86 .-,

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After 3, 6, 9, or 12 Par
mos.
134 to 7 yrs. at
half-yearly
periods.
7K to 10 yrs. at
half-yearly
periods.

After 4>^ years i^.. . 81
do
do..
do
do
do
do...

130,575,369.38
115,789,028,78
214,191,339.01

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do.

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78,801,002. 98
65,262,745.68
108,706,483.11

52,574,368.40
50,506,283.10
105,484,855. 90

409,784,172.53
118,357,166,61
20.25

-

174,280,214.36
48,670,039.75 .

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235,503,958.17
69,687,126.88
20.25

988,677,096. 54

474,920,485.88

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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

Average price
received (per $100)

A n i o u n t issued

A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding 2

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Continued

D E B T =^-

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Public Issues—Continued
Normiarketable—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 t o m a t u r i t y
( p e r c e n t ) : i* ^

E-1941 3.895 i9
- ..E-1942 3.947 i9.
..
E-1943 3.719 19...
E-1944 3.584 19
E-1945 3.656 19
E-1946 3.758 19
E-1947 3.830 19
E-1948 3.907 i 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
E-1949 4.030 19
E-1950 4.128 19
E-1951 4.191 19
E-1952 4.240 (Jan. t o A p r . ) . .
E-1952 4.29119 (May t o Dec.)

E-1953
E-1954
E-1955
E-1958
E-1957
E-1957

4.018 19
3.868 19
3.978 i9
4.142 19
4.230 ( J a n . ) . .
4.36819 ( F e b , t o D e c ) .




On deniand at
Sold a t a d i s c o u n t
o p t i o n of o w n e r ;
payable at par
10 years from
on m a t u r i t y .
issue d a t e b u t
m a y b e h e l d for
additional
period. 18
M a y to D e c 1941..
do.do
75--J a n . t o D e c . 1942..
do
do...
do...
J a n . t o D e c 1943..
do
do
do
J a n . to D e c . 1944..
do
do
do...J a n . t o D e c . 1945..
do
.do
do
J a n . t o D e c 1948..
do
do
do
J a n . t o D e c 1947..
do
—
do
do
J a n , t o D e c 1948.. - - - - - d o — — . - - . . . .
do.—-.
do
J a n , t o D e c . 1949..
do
do
do
J a n . t o D e c 1950.
do
do
do
J a n . t o D e c 1951.
do
do—
do-—
J a n , t o A p r . 1952..
do
do
do
QO
M a y t o D e c 1952. O n d e m a n d a t
do
o p t i o n of owner;.
9 years, 8
m o n t h s from
issue d a t e b u t
m a y be held
for a d d i t i o n a l
period.18
J a n . t o D e c , 1953..
do
do
-.
do
J a n , t o D e c 1954.
do
do....do
J a n . t o D e c . 1955..
do
do
do
GO
J a n . t o D e c 1956..
dodo
J a n . 1957
do— -do
do
F e b . t o D e c . 1957. . O n d e m a n d a t
do...
do
o p t i o n of o w n e r ;
8 years, 11
m o n t h s from

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month.

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8,487,043,237, 45
13,643,685,058.13
15,922,451,647,13
12,541,383,521,14
5,718,149,109.59
5,450,527, 245.12
5,651,748,935.05
5,608,773,485.30
4,922,279,034. 54
4,257,988,008.37
1,462,075,058.02
3,000,015,225. 28

$1,738,830,443.44
7,661,583,008. 36
12,339,688.899.14
14,330,486,278.72
11,141,780,434.31
4,928,256,056. 28
4,568,116.727. 65
4,660,596,035.17
4,548,487,186.78
3,939,432,617,87
3,407,140,311.59
1,167,802,985.86
2,380,720,959. 24

$185,116,427. 95
826,360,231.09
1,303,977,058.99
1,591,985,388.41
1,399,583,088.83
789,893,053.31
882,410,517,47
991,152,899.88
1,060,286,298.52
082,846,416, 67
850,838,606.78
294,272,072.16
619, 294,268. 04

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5,114,177,813. 84
5,213,527,017.00
5,434,001,801.95
5,253,624,360.44
439,075,941. 23
4,516,763,953. 93

3,985,888,208. 71
4,010,427,429.36
4,141,388,711.19
3,071,329,249. 30
325,242,577. 31
3,374,191,418.93

1,128, 291,605.13
1,203,099,587. 64
1,292,635,090.76
1,282,295, 111, 14
113,833,383.92
1,142,572,535.00

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m a y be held
for a d d i t i o n a l
period. IS
E-1958 4.484 19
J a n . t o D e c . 1958
do
E-1959 4.570 ( J a n . t o M a y ) . . J a n . t o M a y 1959
do
E - 1 9 5 9 4 . 5 7 2 i 9 ( J u i i e t o D e c , ) . J u n e t o D e c . 1959.. O n d e m a n d a t
o p t i o n of o w n e r ;
7 years, 9
m o n t h s from
issue d a t e b u t
m a y be held
for a d d i t i o n a l
period. 18
E-1960 4.644 19
J a n . t o D e c . 1960
do
E-1961 4.746 i9
J a n . t o D e c , 1961
.do
E-1962 4.825 i9
J a n . t o D e c 1962..
do
E-1963 4.890 19
J a n . t o D e c 1963
do
--..
E-1964 4.965 19
. - J a n . t o D e c 1984
ao
E-1965 4.72119 ( J a n . t o N o v . ) J a n . t o N o v . 1965
do
E-1965 5.130 ( D e c ) — D e c . 1965
- - - . O n demand at
o p t i o n of o w n e r ;
7 yeai'S from
issue d a t e b u t
m a y b e held
for a d d i t i o n a l
period.IS
E-1966 4.877
- J a n . t o D e c . 1968
do
-..
E-1987 4.826
J a n , t o D e c 1967
do
E-1988 4.980 ( J a n . t o M a y ) . . J a n . t o M a y 1988..
do
E-1988 5.090 ( J u n e t o D e c ) . . J u n e t o D e c , 1988
do
E-1969 5.200 ( J a n , t o M a y ) . . - J a n . t o M a y 1989..
do
E-1060 5.427 ( J m i e t o D e c ) . . J u n e t o D e c . 1060.. O n d e m a n d a t
o p t i o n of o w n e r ;
5 y e a r s , 10
m o n t h s from
issue d a t e b u t
m a y b e held
for a d d i t i o n a l
per iod. IS
--do
E-1070 5.460 ( J u n e t o M a y ) . . J a n . to M a y 1970..
--do
E-1970 5.500 ( J u n e t o D e c ) . . J u n e t o D e c . 1970..
--do
E-1971 5.500..-- J a n . t o D e c . 1971..
do
E-1972 5.500
- . . J a n . t o D e c , 1972..
E-1973 5.500
J a n , to J u n e 1973
do
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p ,
tions.
T o t a l Series E
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do..
do..

.-do.-do..
.-do-

4,850,646,199. 31
1,951,877,658. 81
2, 600,122,157. 43

3,528,252,040. 54
1,404,611,473. 28
1,868,376,312. 99

1,324,394,158. 77
547,266,185. 53
731,745,844. 44

-do.,
.do.,
.do..
:do..
.do.,
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-do-.

.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
-do..

4,579,810,639. 68
4,670,510,488.45
4,544,615,228. 63
5,108,322,923.96
4,978,732,890.72
4,414,383,894. 28
457,492,313. 07

3,201,388,713.93
3,145,079,582.27
2,977,109,299.85
3.148.781.102.82
3.076.889.981.83
2,701,377,888.05
271,986,737.10

1,378,421,925.75
1,525,430,884.18
1,587, 505,928. 78
1,959, 541,821.14
1,901,862,908,89
1,713,006,008,23
185,505,575. 97

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5,246,128,099.11
5,172, 111, 748.05
2,089,795,881.90
2,822,743,201.28
1,989,152,186, 30
2,852,557,587,04

3,068,560,134. 03
3,013,360, 647.41
1,181,052,012.79
1,827,929,827.13
1,090,287,999.78
1,447,919, 218. 32

2,177,565,064.18
2,158,751,008. 64
008,742,760.11
1,104,813,374.13
878,884,186. 52
1,204, 638, 350. 72

..do..
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-do..
.do..do..

--do.,
.-do...
.-do-,
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1,078,031,520. 81
2,860,480,404. 61
5,567,068,067. 55
6,123.000,240.05
2,728,240,503.75
36,703,723. 08

976,404,270.54
1,368,755,793.49
2,252,174,704, 95
1,838,931,342,56
319,638,581, 25
171,878,107, 63

1,001,627,241.27
1,491,733,811.12
3,315,793,362. 60
4, 284,077,906. 49
2,408, 602,012. 50
34,915, 616. 33

191,965, 631,438^ 63

140,130,061,015. 65

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Description

Date

When redeemable
or payable i

Interest payment
date

Average price
received (per $100)

Amount Issued

Ahiount retired

Amount
outstanding 2

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT « -

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S

Public Issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
U.S. savings bonds, series and
approximate yield to maturity
June to Dec. 1952.. On demand at
(percent) :i* ^—Continued
option of
H-1952 3.573 1
9
owner; 9 years,
8 months from
issue date.2o
H-1953 3.642 1
9
Jan. to Dec. 1953
do
H-1954 3.733 19...
Jan. to D e c 1954
do
H-1955 3.821 i9,...
Jan, to D e c 1955
do
H-1956 3.953 1
9
Jan. to D e c 1956
do
Jan. 1957
do
H-1957 4.030 (Jan.)
H-1957 4.24419 (Feb. to Feb. to Dec. 1957.. On demand at
option of
Dec).
owner; 10 years
from issue
date.2o
Jan. to Dec. 1958
do
H-1958 4.349 i9
do..
H-1959 4.430 (Jan. to May). Jan. to May 1959
H-1959 4.486 i9 (June to June to Dec. 1959
do
Dec).
H-1980 4.522 1
9
Jan. to Dec. 1960
do....
H-1981 4.584 i9
Jan. to Dec. 1981
do
H-1982 4.137 1
9
Jan. to Dec, 1982
do
H-1963 4.282 19....
Jan. to Dec, 1983
.do.....
H-1984 4.394 1
9
Jan. to Dec. 1964
do..
H-1965 4.536 i9 (Jan. to Jan. to Nov. 1985
do
Nov.).
Dec. 1985
'.
do..
H-1965 4.810 (Dec.)
Jan, to D e c 1966
do-.
H-1988 4.848
Jan, to D e c 1967
do..
H-1967 4.982
H-1968 5.070 (Jan. to May). Jan. to May 1988
do..
H-1988 5.153 (June to Dec) June to D e c 1988
do..
H-1989 5.240 (Jan. to May). Jan. to May 1989
doH-1989 5.445 (June to D e c ) . June to Dec. 1989
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Semiannually

Par,

$191,480,500. 00

$154,147,500. 00

$37,333,000. 00

470,500,500. 00
877,889,500. 00
1,173,084,000. 00
893,176,000. 00
64,506,000. 00
567,882,000. 00

364,020,500. 00
677,240,500, 00
890,659,000. 00
639,470,500. 00
43,239.500. 00
377,581,500. 00

106,480,000. 00
200,449,000.00
282,425,000. 00
253,705,500. 00
21,286,500. 00
190,120,500. 00

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.do.,
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890, 252,500. 00
356,319,500. 00
362,413,000. 00

610,581,500. 00
225,587,000.00
214, 253,000. 00

279,671,000. 00
130,732,500. 00
148,160,000. 00

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1,006,767,500.00
1,041,579,000.00
858,759,000. 00
772,968, 000.00
671,580, 500. 00
540, 209,000. 00

542, 960,500. 00
525,800,500. 00
401,532,500.00
326,481,000. 00
252,157,000, 00
185,172, 000. 00

463,807,000. 00
515,778.500. 00
455,228,500. 00
448,487,000. 00
419,423,500. 00
355,037,000.00

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-do..
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-do..
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do..
do-.

45,682,000. 00
635,272,000. 00
525,961,500. 00
198,988,000.00
231,928,000.00
164,594, 500. 00
192,527,500. 00

13,852,000. 00
191,149,500. 00
138,282,000. 00
44,867,000. 00
46,766,000. 00
29,768,000. 00
24,823,000. 00

32,030,000. 00
444,122,500. 00
387,879,500, 00
154,299,000, 00
185,162,000, 00
134,828,500, 00
167,704,500. 00

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H-1970 5.500 ( J u n e t o D e c ) . .
H-1971 5 . 5 0 0 - .
H-1072 5.500
H-1073 5.500....
Unclassified sales a n d redemptions.

J a n . to M a y
June to D e c
Jan. to Dec.
Jan. to D e c
Jan. to June

1970.1970..
1071..
1072..
1073..

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-do

..-.do
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-..do:
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do

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T o t a l Series H

175,537,000. 00
212,772,500.00
513,016,500. 00
640,600,000. 00
310,587,000, 00
14,761,500.00

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do--do..-.

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14,618,162,500.00

Bonds:
. , . , Series 1974
434%
434%
' 434%
434%
4H%
434%
3M%
374%
334%
374%
374%
3M%
3M%
3M%
33^%,

Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series

1075
1076..1077
1078
1070
1080
1074
1075
1076
1077
1078
1074
1975
1976
1977

-.

S e e f o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




6,999,481,000.00

7,618,681,500.00

147,129,542,015.85

59,454,251,922.98

. 252,745,888,158.97

30, 1070.
30,1073.
30,1969.
30,1071.
30,1072.
30,1068.
30, 1067.

V a r i o u s date§
from J u n e 30.
1964.
do
do
do..do
--.
do
do
J u n e 30, 1063- - do—do—
do
-do
-J u n e 30, 1 9 6 2 . . .
do
do
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:
1977.---- J u n e 30-Dec. 3 1 - .
1080-,
-do.,
1076
-do-,
-do.,
1978
-.-do1979
-do1975
-..
-do-.
1974
-..
O n d e m a n d ; on
J u n e 30:
1074
do---

181,071,889,849.38

91,673,996,509.59

528,580,685,158.97

Special I s s u e s »

June
June
June
June
June
June
June

1.58,453,000. 00
196,093,000. 00
485,430,500. 00
633,935,500. 00
318,944.000. 00
13,897,000. 00

206,583,793,938.63

Total
U.S.
savings
bonds.
T o t a l n o n m a r k e t a b l e is- - . sues.
T o t a l p u b h c issues

C i v i l service r e t i r e m e n t fund:
Notes:
754% Series 1977
6 ^ % Series 1080..
-.
634% Series 1076.
-.-.
634% Series 1078
-.-..-.
53^% Series 1079
5 ^ % Series 1075..
4 M % Series 1074

17,084,000. 00
16,879,500. 00
28,488,000. 00
15,754,500. 00
643,000.00
864,500. 00

171,941,020,649.38

354,839,664,509.59
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2,951,729,000.00
3,051,273,000.00
2,000,257,000.00
5,835,123,000.00
4,009,870,000.00
1,628,310,000.00
1,758,171,000.00

do
do
do
.do
do-..
do

6,834,000. 00
20,637,000. 00

051,720, 000. 00
051,273, 000. 00
000,257, 000.00
5, 828,480, 000.00
3, 080,233, 000. 00
1, 828;310, 000.00
1, 758,171 000. 00

212,387,000.00

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212,387,000. 00

167,167,000.00
142,474,000.00
142,474,000.00
142,474,000.00
060,117,000.00
089,117,000.00
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
746,416,000.00

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167,167,000.00
142, 474,000. 00
142,474,000. 00
142,474,000. 00
960,117,000. 00
080,117,000. 00
80,227,000.00
80,227,000. 00
80, 227,000.00
80, 227,000. 00
828,643,000. 00
80,976,000. 00
60,976,000. 00
60,976,000.00
746,416,000. 00

%
do
1075
...do
1076
_-1977
do
1978..- — -.
...do
1979
do
1080
do
1074
do
1075
do
1076
do
1077
do
1078
do
1074
.-.. — .do
1075
....--.do
1076
do
1077
—do

do
do
do
do
do
--do
---do
— do
-—do
-do
-...do
-..do
do
do
do
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.-.
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Description

Date

When redeemable
or payable i

Interest payment
date

Average price
received (per $100)

Amount Issued

Amount retired

Amount
outstanding 2

Employees health benefits fund:
Certificates:
6.69% Series 1973
Employees life insurance fund:
Certificates:
6.69% Series 1973
Exchange Stabihzation Fund:
Certificates:
6.45% Series 1973.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
Certificates:
6.69%, Series 1973
Federal disabihty insurance trust
fund:
Notes:
IViJo Series 1977
6 ^ % Series 1980
634% Series 1976
634% Series 1978
b%% Series 1979
554% Series 1975
434% Series 1974
Bonds:
4H% Series 1979..




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Special Issues—Continued

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Various dates
from June 14,
1973.

July 1, 1973

July 1, 1973

From June 8,
1973.

do..

.do..

From June 1,
1973.

do..

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June 30, 1970.
June 30,1973.,
June 30,1969.,
June 30, 1971.,
June 30, 1972.
June 30, 1968.
June 30, 1967.
: Various dates
from June 30,
1964.

Par.

.do..

$155,887,000.00

$133,210,000.00

$22,677,000.00

76,783,000.00

76,783,000.00 .

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.do..

2,950,951,567.91

16,850,294.30

2,934,101,273.61

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Redeemable after
1 year from
dateot issue
and paya Die on
June 30:
1977
1980.1976...
1978
1979
1975
1974.

On demand; on
June 30:
1979

.do..

.do..

290,420,000.00

27,845,000.00

262,575,000.00

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.do.,
.do.,
..do.,
.do.,
.do.,
.do..
.do..

do..
.do
.do
-do
.do
.do
.do

1,394,466,000.00
943,266,000.00
1,151,608,000,00
1,284,249,000.00
1,058,617,000.00
583,612,000.00
309,178,000.00

.do..

153,632,000.00

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.

1,394,466, 000.00
943,266, 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
153,632,000. 00

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334% Series 1978
3M% Series 1975
3^%, Series 1976
3M% Series 1977
2ys% Series 1975
Federal home loan banks:
Certificates:
6.69%, Series 1973.

Federal hospital insurance trust
fund:
N^otes'
7%% Series 1977
6 ^ % Series 1980
634% Series 4978..
5 ^ % Series 1979
Federal Housing Administration:
Cooperative management housing insurance fund:
Certificates:
6.69% Series 1973
Rental housing assistance fund:
Certificates:
6.69%, Series 1973.
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Notes:
7H% Series 1977
6 ^ % Series 1980
6H% Series 1976
634% Series 1978
5 ^ % Series 1979
5 ^ % Series 1975..
4 ^ % Series 1974
See footnotes a t end of table.




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June 30, 1963....
Various dates
from June 30,
1961.
..do
.do
From June 30,
1959.
Various dates
from June 1,
1973.

June
June
June
June

30,1970...
30,1973...
30, 1971...
30,1972...

1980..
1978..
4975..

.do.,
.do.,
.do..

.do.,
.do.,
.do..

125,606,000.00
153,632,000.00
20,738,000.00

1976.
1977.
1975.,

.do..
-do.,
.do..

.do.,
.do.,
.do..

153,632,000.00
153,632,000.00
132,894,000.00

130,528,000.00

153,632,000. 00
153,632,000.00
2,366,000. 00

.do,.

3,325,000.00

3,000,000.00

325,000.00

125,606,000. 00
153,632,000. 00
20,738,000. 00

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July 1,1973
Redeemable after
1 year from
issue date*,
payable on
June 30-,
1977
1980...
1978
1979

July 1,1973..

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do
do
do

..do..
do..
do..
do..

919,358,000.00
!, 159,064,000.00
931,182,000.00
537,999,000,00

375,238,000,00

544,120,000.00
2,159,064,000.00
931,182,000.00
537,999,000.00

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June 30,1970..
June 30,1973.
June 30,1969.
June 30,1971.
June 30,1972.
June 30,1968.
June 30,1967.

July 1 , 1973..

J u l y l , 1973

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.do..
Redeem.able after
1 year from
issue date;
payable on
J une 30".
1977
June 30-Dec. 31:
1980
.do.,
1976
.do.,
.do.,
1978
.do.,
1979..
.do.,
1975
.do..
1974

do..

1,500,000.00 .

1,500,000,00

.do..

2,616,000,00 .

2,616,000. 00

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.do
.do
do.
.do
do
.do
.do

5, 033,296,000.00
4, 547,285,000.00
3, 844,864,000.00
3, 468,850,000,00
3, 102,896,000,00
2, 460,755,-000.00
2. 720,279,000.00

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5,033,296,000.00
4,547,285,000.00
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

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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

Average price
received (per $100)

A m o u n t Issued

A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding 2
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Continued
Special Issues—Continued

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Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund—Continued
Bonds:
4K% Series 1978..
Series 1979..
4H% Series 1980..
3 ^ % Series 1977..
3K% Series 1978..
3K% Series 1975..
3M% Series 1976..
2 ^ % Series 1975-.

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Various dates
from June 30,
1964.
dodo
June 30, 1963...
do
June 30, 1961...
do.
Various dates
from June 30,
1959.

Federal Savings and Loan Insurance
Corporation:
Certificates:
6.69% Series 1973
Various dates
from June 1,
1973.
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
N^otes *
654% Series 1980
6>^% Series 1978
5M% Series 1979
Foreign service retirement fund:
N^otes:
75^8% Series 1977
%%% Series 1980
634%, Series 1976




On demand; on
June 30:
1978--1979-.
1980..
1977-.
1978-.
1975-.
19761975-.

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June 30-Dec, 3 1 . . . Par
-do.,
-do-,
-do-,
-do.,
.do.,
-do-,
-do..

$421,567,000,00
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dodo
do
do
do
do—

-..

1,080,011,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
658,444,000.00
160,077,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
919,934,000,00

-

$421,567, 000.00

-

1,080,011, 000,00
1,080,011, 000.00
1,080,011, 000.00
658,444, 000.00
.180,077, 000.00
1,080,011, 000.00
$234,756,000.00 - 685,178, 000.00
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Redeemable after
1 year from
date of issue
and payable on
June 30:

June 30, 1973.
June 30, 1971.
June 30, 1972.

1978-.
1979-.

June 30, 1970.
June 30, 1973.
June 30, 1969.

19771980-.
1976-

-do-.

81,189,000.00 .

81,189,000. 00

dodo-.
do-

281,762,000.00
254,641,000.00
232,150,000. 00 .

281,782,000,00
185, 719, 000. 00
232,150, 000. 00

-do-,
-do-,
-do..

6,721,000.00
11,192, 000,00 .
5,082,000.00 .

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June 30-Dec. 31
do
do—
-do-.
-do.,
-do-.

68,922,000. 00

6, 721,000. 00
11,192, 000. 00
5,082,000. 00

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J u n e 30, 1972.
A p r . 30, 1969.
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634% Series 1978..
5 ^ % Series 1979..
4 % Series 1974....
4 % Series 1975....
Bonds:
4 % Series 1976
4 % Series 1977
4 % Series 1978
4%, Series 1979
4 % Series 1980.
4 % Series 1981
4%, Series 1982
4%, Series 1983
GSA
participation
certificate
trust:
Certificates:
6.69% Series 1973
Notes:
5.90% Series 1 9 7 5 . . .
6% Series 1975.6.90% Series 1976

G o v e m m e n t hfe i n s u r a n c e
Notes:
7 ^ % Series 1977
634% Series 1980..
6% Series 1976
534% Series 1978
534% Series 1975
5 M % Series 1979.
Bonds:
43^%
434%
3K%
3^%,
3^^%

Series
Series
Series
Series
Series

.do-,
-do-do-.
-do.,
.do-,
.do.,
.do-,
-do.

1981..
1982..
1983.

3 ^ % Series 1977..
3 ^ % Series 1978..

.do.,
.do-,
-do.,
.do..

.do.,
.do-,
-do.,
.do-.

4,454,000,00
9,125,000,00
3,017,000. 00
3,017,000.00

-do.,
-do-.
.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
-do.,
-do-,
-do..

-do.,
.do-,
-do-,
-do-,
-do.,
.do-do-.
-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

J u l y 1, 1973

.do..

9,183,130,99

3,320, 659. 42

5, 862,471. 57

do..
do..
do..

194,410,152.89
198,259,800. 00
124,438,860. 00

13, 986,023. 94
11,653,445. 09
7,633,728.98

180,424,128.95
186,606,354.91
116,805,131,02

2,182,000, 00

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-

-

4, 454,000. 00
9,125,000. 00
835,000. 00
3, 017, 000, 00
3,017, 000.00
3,017, 000,00
3, 017, 000.00
3,017, 000.00
3,017, OOOOO
3,017, 000.00
3,017, 000.00
3,017, 000,00
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J u n e 1, 1973

J u l y 1, 1973

N o v . 15, 1972
D e c . 21, 1972
Mar. 22, 1973.

O n N o v . 15, 1975'- M a y a n d N o v . 1 5 .
O n D e c . 21, 1975 ' . J u n e a n d D e c 21
O n Mar. 22, 1 9 7 6 ' . Mar. a n d S e p t . 22
R e d e e m a b l e after
1 year from
issue d a t e a n d
p a y a b l e on
J u n e 30:

fund:

1978..
1979..
1974..
1975-.
1976..

1978...
1979
1974
1975
O n d e m a n d ; on
J u n e 30:
1976
1977
1978
1979

June
June
June
June
June
June

30,
30,
30,
30,
30,
30,

1970.
1973.
1969..
1971.
1968.
1972.

J u n e 30, 1 9 6 7 . . .
do
J u n e 30, 1 9 6 0 . . .
do..Various dates
from J u n e 30,
1964.
do
.....do...

1977
1980
1976-1978
1975
1979
O n d e m a n d ; on
J u n e 30:
1978
1979
1974
1975-1976
1977..
1978..

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.do.,
.do..
..do-,
-do-do..

29, 964,000.00
46, 875, OOO 00
32, 638,000.00
111, 949,000.00
64, 365,000.00
32, 152,000.00

.
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.
.
.

29,964,000. 00
46,875,000.00
32,638,000.00
111,949,000.00
64,365,000.00
32,152, 000,00

-do-,
-do-,
-do-,
-do.,
.do..

.do..
..do.,
.do-,
-do.do..

556,000.00
912,000,00
670,000,00
770,000.00
971,000,00

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25, 556,000.00
2,912,000.00
670, 000.00
73, 770,000.00
5,971,000. 00

.do-,
-do..

-do.,
-do..

23, 807,000,00 .
214,000,00 .

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48,214,000,00

J u n e 30-Dec. 31
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-do-,
-do-,
-do..

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Description

INTEREST-BEARING
Continued

Date

W h e n redeemable
or p a y a b l e i

Interest p a y m e n t
date

Average price
received (per $100)

A m o u n t issued

A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding 2

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Bonds—Continued
334% Series 1974
334% Series 1976
3 ^ % Series 1977
H i g h w a y t r u s t fund:
Certificates:
6% Series 1974

. Various dates
from F e b , 1,
1960.
do
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—
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J u n e 30, 1 9 7 3 . . . .

N a t i o n a l service hfe i n s u r a n c e fund:
Notes:
June 30,1970....
734% Series 1977
J u n e 30, 1 9 7 3 . . . .
634% Series 1980
J u n e 30, 1 9 8 9 . . . .
634% Series 1976
5 ^ % Series 1978..
J u n e 30, 1971
534% Series 1975.
J u n e 30, 1 9 6 8 . . . .
J u n e 30, 1972
^^2% Series 1979
Bonds:
434%
354%
3K%
3^%

Series
Series
Series
Series

1981
1974
1975
1974

354% Series 1975.
3 ^ % Series 1 9 7 6 . . . .




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J u n e 30, 1 9 6 7 . . . .
J u n e 30, I 9 6 0 . . . .
.....do
. Various dates
from J u n e 30,
1965.
do
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On demand; on
J u n e 30:
1974

$73,100,000.00

June 30-Dec 3 1 . . . Par-

$73,100 000. 00
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1977
1974-.R e d e e m a b l e after
1 y e a r from
d a t e of issue
and payable on
J u n e 30:
1977-1980
-..
197619781975
1979
On demand; on
J u n e 30:
1981
1974
1975
1974
1975
1976

do
do

do
do

67,799,000.00
49,963,000.00

67,799,000.00
49,963,000.00

do

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5,550,051,000.00

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5,550,051,000. 00

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do.-..do
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do..-

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--..

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do
do
do
do
do
do
— ..do
do
do

-

569,007,000.00
666,100,000.00
305,419,000.00
1,091,044,000.00
332,597,000.00
481,013,000.00

569,007,000.00
666,100,000. 00
305,419,000.00
1,091,044,000,00
332,597,000.00
481,013,000.00

-.-

225,452,000.00
7,873,000.00
386,873,000.00
6,946,000.00

225 452,000.00
7,873,000.00
386,873,000.00
6,946,000.00

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6,948,000.00
6,946,000,00

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W%% Series 1978
3H% Series 1979
3 ^ % Series 1980
3H% Series 1978...
314% Series 1976
3 ^ % Series 1977
3H% Series 1976
3% Series 1974
Postal service fund:
Certificates:
5.61% Series 1973.
5,48% Series 1973
7.09% Series 1973
7,40% Series 1974
7.36% Series 1974

Railroad retirement account:
Notes:
7 ^ % Series 1977
6K% Series 1980
634% Series 1976
6H%Seriesl978
5 ^ % Series 1979
Railroad retirement holding accoimt:
Certificates:
6 ^ % Series 1974
Railroad retirement supplemental
account:
Certificates:
6M%oSeries 1974..
Unemployment trust fund:
Certificates:
5M%) Series 1974

See footnotes at end of table.




do
do
do
do
June 30, 1968
June 30, 1962
do
June 30,1961
Feb. 1, 1960
Jan. 1. 1973
Oct. 18, 1972
May 23,1973
June 7,1973
June 11, 1973

June
June
June
June
June

30, 1970
30, 1973
30,1969
30,1971
30, 1972

June 30, 1973

1977
1978
1979
1980
1978
1976
1977
1976...
1974
July 1, 1973
July 18, 1973
Nov. 23, 1973
June 7, 1974
June 11, 1974
Redeemable after
1 year from
date of issue
and payable on
June 30:
1977
1980
1976
1978
1979
On demand; on
June 30:
1974

do
do
do
do
-do
do
do
do
do

do
do
do.
....do
do
do
do
do
do

7,512,000.00
95,560,000.00
393,819,000.00
393,819,000.00
298,259,000.00
43,724,000.00
386,307,000.00
343,149,000.00
379,000,000,00

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7,512,000,00
95,560,000.00
393,819,000.00
393,819,000.00
298,259,000.00
43,724,000.00
336,307,000.00
343,149,000.00
379,000,000,00

July 1, 1973
July 18, 1973
Nov. 23, 1973
June 7,1974
June 11, 1974

do
do
do
do
do

300,000,000,00
350,000,000.00
20,000,000.00
75,000,000.00
75,000,000,00

300,000,000.00
350,000,000.00
20,000,000.00
75,000,000,00
75,000,000.00

June 30-Dec 31
do
do
do
do

do
do
do
do
do

847,447,000.00
1,007,618,000.00
647,948,000.00
819,501,000.00
796,856,000.00

847,447,000.00
1,007,618,000.00
252,478,000.00
819,501,000.00
796,856,000.00

do

do

3,785,000,00

3,785,000,00

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$395,470,000.00

do

do

do

do

38,531,000.00

38,531,000.00

do

do

do

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8,330,098,000.00

8,330,098,000.00

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INTEREST-BEARING
Continued

Date

W h e n redeemable
or p a y a b l e i

Interest p a y m e n t
date

Average price
received (per $100)

A m o u n t issued

A m o u n t retired

Amount
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Notes:
7 H % Series 1974
' 754% Series 1975
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754% Series 1976
754% Series 1977
654% Series 1974
654% Series 1975.
654% Series 1978
654% Series 1977
654% Series 1978
654% Series 1979
65^% Series 1 9 8 0 - ^ . . . . .
634% Series 1974
634% Series 1975
634% Series 1976
6 H % Series 1974.
634% Series 1975
634% Series 1976
634% Series 1977
. .
634% Series 1978
5 K % Series 1974
5M% Series 1975
5 H % Series 1976
5 ^ % Series 1977
5 ^ % Series 1978
5 ^ % Series 1979
V e t e r a n s special life i n s u r a n c e fund
Notes:
554% Series 1974
55^% Series 1975
5^^% Series 1976
. .
554% Series 1977

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. J u n e 30, 1970.
do
do
do. J u n e 30, 1973.
-do
-.
do
-.
do
do
-do
-......do
. J u n e 30, 1969.
do
do
- June 30,1971..
do
do
do
do
. J u n e 30, 1972.
do
do
--.
do
do
do
-..
-

- J u n e 30, 1973.
do
do...—..
do

R e d e e m a b l e after
1 year from
issue d a t e a n d
payable on
J u n e 30:
1974---. June 30-Dec 3 1 . . . Par
do
1975
do
do
1976
do
do
1977--do
do
1974
do
do1975do
do
do
1976
do
do.—
1977
do
do
1978
---.
do
-do
1979
do...
..—
do
1980
do
do
1974
do
do
1975
do
do
1978
do
do
1974
do
—.
1975-dodo
-.
1976.--do
do
—
do
1977
do
do
1978
do
do..1974do
do
1975
do
do
1976-.
do
do
1977
do
do
1978--.do
1979
do
1974
1975
1976
1977

-..

do
do
do....:
do

do
do...
do
do

-

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$4,960,000.00
4,960,000.00
4,980,000.00
22,348,000.00
4,884,000.00
4,684,000.00
4,684,000.00
4,684,000.00
4,684,000.00
4,684,000.00
36,141,000.00
17,386,000.00
17,386,000.00
17,386,000.00
4,654,000.00
4,854,000.00
4,654,000.00
4,854,000.00
27,000,000.00
4,458,000.00
4,458,000.00
4,458,000.00
4,458,000,00
4,458,000.00
31,458,000.00
4,516,000.00
4,516,000.00
4,516,000.00
4,516,000 00

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-.-

-.-..
-.
.

-

-

-.

$4,960,000.00
4,960,000. 00
4,960,000. 00
22,346,000. 00
4,684,000. 00
4,684,000. 00
4,684,000. 00
4,884,000. 00
4,684,000. 00
4,684,000.00
36,141,000. 00
17,388,000. 00
17,386, OOO 00
17,386,000, 00
4,654,000, 00
4,654,000. 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
31,458,000. 00
4, 516,000. 00
4, 518,000. 00
4,516,000.00
4,516, 000. 00

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5H% Series 1979
5 ^ % Series 1980
534% Series 1974
5}47o Series 1975
5K% Series 1976
534% Series 1977
534% Series 1978
534% Series 1979
5% Series 1974
5% Series 1975
5% Series 1976
5% Series 1977
5% Series 1978
AH% Series 1974
4 ^ % Series 1975
4 ^ % Series 1976
4M% Series 1977
434% Series 1974
4H% Series 1975
4 ^ % Series 1976

do
do
do
June 30, 1972.
do
do
....do
do...
....do
June 30,1971.
..do
do
do.......
do
June 30, 1970.
do
...do
do
June 30, 1969.
do
do

19781979
1980
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1974
1975
1976
1977
1974
1975
1976

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
..do

Total special issues

do.
....do.
do.
do.
dodo.
do.
do.
do.
dodo.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.

4, 516,000. 00
4, 515,000. 00
50, 376,000.00
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
41, 861,000. 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

4,516,000.00 .
4,515,000.00 .
50,376,000.00 .
4,000,000,00 .
4,000,000.00 .
4,000,000.00 .
4,000,000.00 .
4,000,000.00 .
45,882,000.00 .
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 .
38,124,000.00 .
34,651,000.00 .
34,651,000.00 .
34,651,000.00 .

103,199,339,5n. 79

Total interest-bearing
debt outstanding

629,780,024,670. 76

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$1,460,866,151.73 101,738,473,360.06
173,401,886,801,11 456,378,137,869. 65

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MATURED DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED
Old debt matured (issued prior to Apr. 1,1917) 21 b
2H% postal savings bonds •
First Liberty bonds, at various Interest rates d
Other Liberty bonds and Victory notes, at various interest rates *
Treasury bonds, at various interest rates •
Adjusted service bonds of 1945 •
Treasurynotes, at various interest rates *
Treasury savings notes •

Amount
outstanding

Title

MATURED DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED—Con.
22 $1,372,240.26
22118,120.00
22 465,450.00
4,148,900.00
95,929,900.00
702,750.00
46,436,400,00
208,300,00

Treasury notes, tax series •
Certiflcates of indebtedness, at various interest rates •
Treasury bills •
Treasury savings certificates •
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U.S. savings bonds •
Armed Forces leave bonds*
Total matured debt on which interest has ceased

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$66,025.00
119,150.00
36,772,000.00
22 66,000.00
34,054,386.55
4,037,400,00
224,497,021.81

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Title

F^
Amount
outstanding

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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 de nand):
International Monetary Fund series (Issued pursuant to the provisions of the Bretton Woods Agreements Act, approved July 31, 1945 (22 U.S.C. 286e),
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 1954). These securities are exempt
from all taxation now or hereafter imposed on the principal by any State or any possession of the United States or of any local taxmg authority
U.S. savings staraps (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:
First Series
Second Series
Total excess profits tax refund bonds

$825,000,000.00
41,045,134.07
48,705,986.13
340,921.28
237,753.08
578,674.36

Old demand notes (actsof July 17,1861 (12 Stat. 269); Aug. 5,1861 (12 Stat. 313); Feb. 12,1862 (12 Stat. 338)). (The $60,030,000 Issued Includes $80,000,000 authorized to be outstanding and amounts issued on deposits including reissues.)
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2 52.917.50
2
Fractional currency (acts of July 17, 1862 (12 Stat. 592): Mar. 3, 1863 (12 Stat. 711); June 30, 1864 (13 Stat. 220)). (The $368,724,080 issued includes $50,000,000
authorized to be outstanding and amounts Issued on deposits including reissues,)
2 231,985.091.29
2
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.)
22322,539,016.00
Old series currency (31 U.S.C. 912-916)
224^538^102.00
Sllver certificates (act of June 24, 1967)
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22 23 213,375,751.00
National bank notes, redemption account (act of Julv 14. 1890 (3i U.S.C. 408))
222319,860,570.50
Federal Reserve bank notes, redemption account (act of Dec. 23, 1913 (12 U.S.C. 467))
222351^704,801.00
Thrift and Treasury savings stamps
,
22 3,696,991.75
Total debt bearing no interest

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SUMMARY
Gross debt (including $34,237,207,712.48 to finance expenditures of Govemment corporations for which securities of such corporations are held by the Treasury). 458,135,897,927.06
Debt of U.S. Government agencies
' 431,709,800.00
Total gross public debt and debt of U.S. Government agencies
458,587,407,727.06
Deduct debt not subject to statutory hmitation 2
4
619,755,051.30
Add participation certificates (12 U.S.C. 1717(c))
1,135,000,000.00
Total debt subject to limitation 24
459,082,652.675.76

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^ Payable on date Indicated except where otherwise noted. Where 2 dates are shown
for Treasury bonds, flrst date is earUest call date and second date is maturity date.
» Reconcihation by classiflcation 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
bills. This yield differs slightly from the yield on a tme discount basis (365 or 366 days
a year) which Is shown In the summary table 26.
4 Settlement made subsequent to last day of month in which bills matured.
* Redeemable at par and accmed Interest to date of payment, at any time upon the
death of the owner at the option of the duly constituted representative of the deceased
owner's estate, provided entire proceeds of redemption are applied to payment of
Federal estate taxes on such estate.
8 Of this amount, $33,834,600 face amount was Issued In exchange for Series F and G
savings bonds maturing In the calendar years 1963 and 1964, and $102,000 face amount
was Issued for cash,
' Redeemable prior to maturity upon proper advance notice in which case the
Interest rates would be adjusted downward to reflect the shorter life oi the obligation.
8 The principal dollar equivalent of this security Increased as a result of the revaluation ofthe deutsche mark on Feb. 13 1973, The Increase In the principal amount wiU
be absorbed by the Exchange Stabihzation Fund upon redemption.
' Redeemable prior to maturity In whole or In part a'' per agreement.
> These bonds are subject to call by the United States for redemption prior to
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maturity.
11 Issued at par. Semiannual Interest Is added to principal.
" May be exchanged at option of owner for marketable IH percent 6-year Treasury
notes, dated Apr. 1 and Oct. 1 Immediately preceding the date of exchange.
i» Includes $316,389,000 of securities received by Federal National Mortgage Association In exchange for mortgages.
" Amounts Issued and retired for series E savings bonds and for savings notes Include accmed discount; amounts outstanding are stated at current redemption value.
Amounts Issued, retired, and outstanding for series H are stated at par value.
1* Redeemable after 1 year from issue date at option of owner.
1' At option of owner, savings notes may be held and wIU accrue Interest for additional
10 years.
" Unclassified redemptions of savings notes are Included In unclassified redemptions
of series E savings bonds beginning May 1, 1968.
1 At option of owner, bonds dated May 1, 1941. through Apr. 1, 1962, may be held
8
and will accrue Interest for additional 30 years: bonds dated May 1,1952, through Jan. 1,
19.'»7, may be held and will accrue Interest for additional 20 years; bonds dated on and
after Feb. 1, 1957, may be held and will accrue Interest for additional 10 years.
" Represents a weighted average of the approximate yields of bonds of various Issue
dates within the yearly series tf held to maturity or If held from Issue date to end of
applicable extension period, computed on the basis of bonds outstanding June 30,1972.
(For details of yields by Issue dates, see Treasury Circulars No. 653 (Eighth Revision)
for series E and No. 905 (Fifth Revision) for Series H dated Dec. 12,1969.)
M Bonds dated June 1,1962, through Jao. 1,1967, may be held and will earn Interest
for addition^ 20 years: bonds dated Feb. 1, 1957, throush Nov. 1, 1965, may be held
and will earn Interest for additional 10 years.




'1 For detailed Information see 1956 Annual Report, page 435.
22 Not subject to the statutory debt limitation.
23 After deducting amounts ofladally estimated to have been lost or Irrevocably
destroyed,
24 For statutory limit on the public debt, see tables 31 and 32.
AUTHORIZING ACTS:
(a) Sept. 24, 1917, as amended.
(b) Various.
(c) June 25,1910.
(d) Apr. 24, 1917.
TAX STATUS:
(e) Treasury bills are not considered capital assets under the Intemal Revenue
Code of 1954. The difference between the price paid for the bills and the amount actually received upon their sale or redemption at maturity for Federal Income tax purposes is to be treated as an ordinary gain or loss for the taxable year in which
the transaction occurs.
(f) Income derived from these securities is subject to all taxes now or hereafter Imposed under the Internal Revenue Code of 1954.
(g) III some cases any gain or loss derived from the exchange will be taken Into
account for Federal income tax purposes upon the disposition or redemption of the
new securities. See tabU^ 29 for securities involved.
(h) Where this security was issued in connection with the advance refunding exchange, the Secretary of the Treasury has declared, pursuant to Section 1037(a) of the
Internal Revenue Code of 1954, that any gain or loss on account of the exchange may be
taken into account for Federal Income tax purposes either In the taxable year of the
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
that cash was received by the subscriber (other than an Interest adjustment) must be
recognized in the year of the exchange. For those securities included In the advance
refunding see table 29.
(i) These issues, being investments of various Government funds and payable only
for the account of such funds, have no present tax liabihty.
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Securities of the United States payable on presentation:
U.S. book entry interest...
U.S. registered Interest checks payable
U.S. Interest coupons due and outstanding
Interest payable with and accrued discount added to principal
of U.S. securities
Total

$31,202,737.09
9,165,398.08
94,942,898.83
126,384,991.59
261,696,025,59

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TABLE 29.—Securities issued in advance refunding operations
Amount
Issued
(In
millions)

D a t e of exchange a n d description
of securities Issued

Securities exchanged

Price
per
$100
face
value

Effec- Investtlve
ment
yield 1 yield 2

Percent
J u n e 23, 1960:
3 ^ % n o t e . M a y 16, 1964-D
3J4% b o n d . M a y 15, 1988
Oct. 3, 1960:
334% b o n d , N o v . 16, 1980.
334% b o n d , F e b . 16, 1990 *
-MAo; h o n d N o v 15 1998
3 / 5 % b o n d , NOV. 15, 1998

Percent

2 H % b o n d , N o v . 16, 1 9 6 1 . . . .
234% b o n d , N o v . 15, 1 9 6 1 . . . .

$100,00
100,00

3.75
3.88

4.24
4.14

»643.4 2 ^ % b o n d . J u n e 15.1962-67..
3 992.7 234% b o n d , D e c . 15, 1983-68.
/31,094.8 234% bond, J u n e 15, 1964-69.
(31,247,7 2>i% b o n d , D e c 15, 1964-69.

100.00
100.00
100.00
100,00

3.60
3,60
3.50
3.60

3.92
3.96
3,97
3.99

b o n d , A u g . 16, 1963
note, F e b . 15, 1 9 6 3 - A . . .
b o n d , J u n e 15, 1969-62..
bond, D e c . 15, 1969-62..

100.00
100.00
100.00
100.30

3.38
3.62
3.62
3.67

3.63
3.75
3.75
3,76

f31,034. 7 2}47o b o n d . Mar. 15, 1965-70..
I 3 237.8 234% b o n d , Mar. 16, 1966-71..

102.25
103.60

3,34
3,26

4.16
4.16

j 3 721.7

234% b o n d , Mar. 16, 1965-70..

-1 3 675.8

2}4% b o n d . Mar. 16, 1966-71..

99.00
100.25

3.66
3.49

4.23
4.21

98.00
99,00

3.60
3.66

4.19
4.19

100.00
102.00

4.00
3.75

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

100.00
100.26
100.50

3.50
3.49
3.48

4.19
4.19
4.17

334%ctf.. F e b . 16, 1 9 6 3 - A . .
2 % % note, F e b . 16, 1963-A..
3>i% note, F e b . 15, 1963-E..
3>i% ctf., M a y 15, 1 9 6 3 - B . . .
3 ^ % ' n o t e , M a y 15, 1963-D.
4% n o t e . M a y 15, 1 9 6 3 - B . . .

99.60
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

3 ^ % ctf., F e b . 1 6 , 1 9 6 3 - A . .
2 ^ % n o t e , F e b . 16, 1963-A334% note, F e b . 16. 1963-E.
334% ctf., M a y 1 6 , 1 9 6 3 - B . . .
3 ^ % note. May 16,1963-D.
4% note. May 15,1963-B...

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$3,893.3
3320.3

2,342.5
Mar. 30, 1961:
3 H % b o n d , N o v . 15,1966.

3 2,437.6
3 1,131.3
31, 295.5
31,176. 7

3 ^ % b o n d , N o v . 15,1967

234%
2^%
2}4%
23^%

3,603.6
S e p t . 29,1961:
3>5% b o n d , N o v . 16, 1980 *.

334% b o n d . Mar. 16, 1990 *.

1,297.6
3 ^ ^ % b o n d , N o v . 15, 1998 4.

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3494.8 2}4% b o n d . Mar. 16, 1965-70..
3 692.1 234% b o n d . Mar. 16, 1966-71..
1,186.9

Mar. 9, 1962:
4 % b o n d , A u g . 16, 1971

3 1,164.3 3 % b o n d , F e b . 15, 1964
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3 1,651.4 254% b o n d , F e b . 15, 1965
2,806.7

4 % b o n d , F e b . 15,1980*
3 ^ % b o n d , F e b . 15, 1990 *

3>^% b o n d , N o v . 16, 1998 *.

3 662.6 254% b o n d ,
3 233. 2 234% bond,
3 344.6 234% b o n d ,
3 322.3 2>^% b o n d ,
900.1
3 180 5
3 419.6
8 333.4

F e b . 15, 1965
J u n e 15. 1967-72..
Sept. 15, 1987-72.
D e c . 15, 1967-72..

2}4% b o n d , J u n e 15, 1967-72..
234% b o n d , Sept. 15. 1967-72.
2 H % bond, D e c 15, 1967-72..

933.4
S e p t . 20, 1962:

3 ^ % n o t e . A u g . 15, V^V-A

6,281.7

4 % b o n d , A u g . 15,1972..

' 8 370.3
8 269.0
3 402.0
8 448.7
3 719. 7
, 8 378.8
2,678.6

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TABLE 29.—Securities issued in advance refunding operations—Continued
Date of exchange and description
of securities Issued

Amount
Issued
(in
millions)

Securities exchanged

Price
per Effec- Invest$100
tive ment
face yield i yield*
value

$99.60
99.70
99.90
99.90

Percent
3.76
3.71
3.66
3.66

Percent
3.66
3.64
3.66
3.63

98.90
99.10
99.30
99.30

4.03
4.00
3.97
3.97

3.97
3.98
3.97
3.96

334% note, Nov. 16,196^B....
3 ^ % note, Feb. 16,1966-B....
3% bond, Aug. 16, 1986
354% bond, Nov. 16,1966

98.60
98.30
100.00
99.10

4.04
4.08
3.88
3.97

3.97
3.97

•17.3 3H% ctf., Aug. 16,1963-C
8 49.1 234% bond, Aug. 16,1963
8 2.1 334% ctf., Nov. 16, 1963-D
8 24.4 3% bond, Feb. 16,1964
8196. 6 334% note, Nov. 16,1966-B....
8 420. 0 35^% note, Feb. 16,1966-B....
8 209. 6 3% bond, Aug. 15, 1966
8 213. 0 3J4% bond, Nov. 16,1966

99.10
99.60
99.30
99.60
99.00
98.80
100.60
99.60

4.07
4.04
4.06
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

99.35
98.40
99.06

4.01
4.23
4.08

4.02
4.02
4.02

4% bond, Aug. 16, 1973

3 ^ % ctf.. May 16,1964-B
45<% note. May 16,1964-A....
35i% note, May 16,1964-D
354% bond, May 16,1966
4% note. Aug. 16. 1966-A
3 ^ % note, Feb. 16, 1967-B....
ZM% note, Aug. 16,1967-A....

98.86
97.90
98.66
98.86
98.20
99.60
99.30

4.14
4.26
4.18
4.16
4.22
4.07
4.12

4.16
4.14
4.14
4.16
4.16
4.16
4.14

4H% bond, May 16,1989-94 «.

3 ^ % ctf.. May 16,1964-B
45i% note. May 16,1964-A
354% note. May 16,1964-D....
Z\i% bond, May 16,1966
4% note, Aug. 16, 1966-A
35^% note, Feb. 16, 1967-B....
35^% note, Aug. 16,1967-A....

98.66
97.70
98.36
98.66
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

Mar. 16,1963:
354% note, Feb. 16,1967-B..

« $960.0 Wf/o ctf., Aug. 16, 1963-C
8 2 0 6 . 0 3H% ctf., Nov. 16, 1963-D
» 2 , 2 7 6 . 4 234% bond, Aug. 16,1963
8 846.3 3% bond, Feb. 16, 1964
4,286.6

3J4% bond, Nov. 16,1971«.

8 693.6
8 93.6
8 631.8
. 8 196.0

3M% ctf., Aug. 16,1963-C
334% ctf., Nov. 16, 1963-D
2)4% bond, Aug. 16, 1963
3% bond, Feb. 16,1964

1.614.9
;% bond, Nov. 16,1974 *.

8136.2
8 313.8
3 260.3
8 373.2
1,073.8

4% bond, Feb. 16,1980 *..

1,131.0
Sept. 18,1963:
3K%bond, Nov.16,1968.

0 619.6 3K% ctf.. May 16,1984-B
8 194.4 454% note. May 16,1964-A
. 8 777.6 ZM% note, May 16,1964-D....
1,591.4

1,260.4
See footnotes a t end of table.


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TABLE 29.—Securities issued in advance refunding operations—Continued
Date of exchange and description
of securities Issued

Amount
Issued
(In
millions)

Securities exchanged

Price
per Effec- :nvest$100
tive ment
face yield 1 yield 8
value

Jan. 29,1964:
4% bond, Aug. 16, 1970«.

f» $695. 4
8164. 6
8 276. 5
8 210.8
8 655. 4
8 221.4

Per- J Percent
cent
4.17
4.16
4,29
4.18
4.17
4.16
4.33
4.18
3.96
4.16
4.32
4.16

35^% note. Aug. 15, 1964-E..
6% note, Aug. 15,^ 1964-B....
3M% note, Nov. 15, 1964-F..
434% note, Nov, 15, 1984-C..
2 ^ % bond, Feb, 16, 1965....
45^% note. May 15, 1965-A..

$99.06
98.36
99.06
98.16
100.26
98.20

35i% note, Aug. 15, 1964-E..
6% note, Aug. 15, 1964-B....
35i% note, Nov. 15, 1964-F..
4>^% note, Nov. 15, 1964-C..
254% bond, Feb. 15, 1966....
454% note, May 15, 1965-A-.

99.96
99.28
99.96
99 06
101.16
99.10

4.25
4.30
4.25
4.32
4.17
4.31

4.28
4.26
4,26
4,26
4.26
4.26

99.70
99.88
99.88
99.20
99.80
99.90
99.78
99.36
IOO 30

4.06
4.10
4.10
4.18
4.11
4.03
4.07
4,14
3.96

4.06
4.06
4.06
4,06
4.08
4.09
4.08
4.08
4.08

3 ^ % note, Aug. 15, 1964-E..
6% note, Aug. 15, 1964-B....
35i% note, Nov. 16, 1964-F..
4J^% note, Nov. 15. 1964-C..
3J4% note. May 16, 1965-C..
35^% note, Feb. 16. 1986-B..
3 ^ % bond, May 16, 1986....
4% note, Aug. 16, 196&-A....
3 ^ % note, Feb. 16,1967-B..

99.28
99.10
99.10
98.78
99.08
99.48
99.30
98.90
99.88

4.22
4.24
4.24
4.29
4.28
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

35^% note, Aug. 16,1984-E..
6% note, Aug. 15, 1964-B....
3 ^ % note. Nov. 16, 1964-F..
43^% note, Nov. 16, 1964-C.,
334% note. May 16, 1985-C..
3H% note, Feb. 15. 1966-B..
35i% bond. May 16.1966
4% note, Aug. 16, 1966-A....
3 ^ % note, Feb. 16, 1967-B..

100.10
99.98
99.98
99.60
99.90
100.30
100.18
99.78
100.70

4.24
4.28
4.28
4.28
4.26
4.23
4.24
4.27
4.22

4.24
4.24
4.24
4.24
4.28
4.28
4.28
4.28
4.28

2,224. 0

4>i% bond. May 18, 1976-85..

8 238. 4
8105. 6
8168. 4
3116.5
862.8
8 76.6
747.3

July 24,1964;

4% bond, Oct. 1.1969 < .
>

637.3 3 ^ % note. Aug. 16,1964-E..
287.6 6% note, Aug; 16. 1964-B
162.0 35^% note, Nov. 16, 1984-F..
249,7 434% note. Nov. 16, 1964-C..
8 400. 0 3J^% note, May 16, 1965-0..
8 942.3 3 ^ % note, Feb. 16, 1986-B..
8 296. 0 3M% bond, May 15, 1966
8 178. 9 4% note, Aug. 15, 1968-A....
8 678.2 3 ^ % note, Feb. 15, 1987-B..
3. 730. 9

434% bond, Nov. 16, 1973..

342. 7
382. 7
212,9
232. 4
< 8 769.6
31,302. 7
8 300.8
8 334.6
8 601.6
4,369.4

4>i% bond, Aug. 18,1987-92«..

See footnotes a t end of table.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 29.—Securities issued in a d v a n c e refunding operations—Continued
A:mount
issued

Date of exchange and description
of securities issued

Securities exchanged

an
millions)

Jan. 19,1966:

$674.1
8 639.9
8176.6
8 687.4
8 379.3
8 302.3
8 902.2
8 723.4

4% bond, Feb. 18, 1970-

Price
per Effec- Invest$100 tive
ment
face yield ^ yield value

2 ^ % bond. Feb. 16,1966
334% note, Nov. 16.1968-B....
4% note, Nov. 15, 196/^-E
3 ^ % note, Feb, 16.1966-B.,..
3 ^ % note, Feb. 16,1966-C....
SH% bond, May 16.1966
3H% note, Aug. 18,1967-A....
3 ^ % bond, Nov. 16,1967

$99.40
99.88
99.10
99.60
99.30
99.80
99.96
100.30

Percent
4.13
4.10
4.21
4.09
4.18
4.12
4.08
3.93

Percent
4.16
4.18
4.18
4.18
4.18

25^% bond, Feb. 18,1968
334% note. Nov. 16,1966-B....
4% note, Nov. 16.1965-E
3 ^ % note, Feb. 16,1966-B....
334% note, Feb. 18,1966-C....
35i% bond. May 18, 1986
35i% note, Aug. 16. 1967-A....
354% bond, Nov. 18,1967

99.38
99.60
99.08
99.88
99.28
99.48
99.90
100.28

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

2H% bond, Feb. 18,1968
334% note, Nov. 18,1968-B....
4% note, Nov. 18,1965-E
354% note, Feb. 16,1966-B....
334% note, Feb. 18,196&-C
354% bond, May 16,1986
354% note, Aug. 16.1967-A....
35^% bond, Nov. 18,1967

100.28
100.40
99.98
100.48
100.15
100.38
100.80
101.15

4.23
4.23
4.26
4.22
4.24
4.23
4.21
4.18

4.24
4.28
4.28
4.26
4.26
4.28
4.28
4.28

a-..^.^..
94.678417
101,440167
96.243772
101.604946

7.13
6,22
7.05
6.17

6.34
6.37
6.36
6.37

i.18

4.18
4.17

4,384.3
(

434% bond, Feb. 15, 1974,

489.3
8 416.7
8 140.4
j 8 332.8
8 400.7
8 136. 9
8 459.1
I 8 727.8

3.102.6
'

642.0
8 283.0
8144.9
8 144.2
8 660 3
434% bond, Aug. 18.1987-92 «..
8126.1
8140.0
. 8 124.0
2,264.6
Feb. 15,1972:
6H% bond, Feb, 16,1982..

3179. 2
3 858.9
3 171,7
3 720.8

7%%
434%
7K%
434%

note, Feb. 16,1974-C
bond, Feb. 15.1974
note, May 16, 1974-D
bond. May 15, 1974......

1,728.7

834% note, Aug. 15, 1979.

181.5
196.6
222.7
5 1,234.6
3 755. 9
3 678. 9
3 555.3

6 ^ % bond, Aug, 15, 1984.

' 221.2
133.2
164.4
3 534. 9
3 265. 3
3 457. 0
. 3 268.3

Aug. 15, 1972:

234% bond, Sept. 15, 1967-72- 100,112220
99.579162
6% note, Nov. 15, 1972-F
234% bond, D e c 15, 1987-72.. 100 800915
55i% note, Nov. 15, 1974-A... 99.389120
334% bond, Nov. 15, 1974
103.023866
554% note, Feb. 15, 1975-A... 99.693864
5 ^ % note, Feb. 15, 1975-E-.. 99.418341

-

3,823. 5
2 ^ % bond, Sept. 15. 1967-72. 99 512220
98.979162
8% note, Nov. 15, 1972-F
234% bond, Dec. 15, 1967-72. 100. 000915
554% note, Nov. 15, 1974-A-- 98.789120
102,423856
334% bond, Nov. 15, 1974
554% note, Feb. 15, 1975-A... 99.093864
534% note, Feb, 15, 1975-E... 98.818341

.'

2,044.4

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 premium on the new security exchanged for eligible securities originally
issued at par. For eligible securities originally issued at prices other than par, the payment by or to the
Treasury 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 securities eligible for exchange (adjusted for payments on
account of purchase price of securities Issued) at noon on the day before announcement by the Treasury.
8 Gain or loss on exchange deferred In accordance with sec. 1037a of the Internal Revenue Code.
* Additional issue.




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1973 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E 30.—Description of agency securities a n d D.C. Armory Board Stadium bonds
subject to statutory limitation, J u n e 30, 1973
[On basis of daily Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables"]
Securities

R a t e of
interest

UNMATURED D E B T

Percent

District of Columbia Armory Board Stadium bonds of 1970-79 issued under the
actof Sept. 7, 1957, as amended (2 D.C. Code 1722-1727)12
Federal Housing Administration debentures issued under the act of June 27,1934,
as amended (12 U.S.C. 1701-1750g)3 *
Mutual mortgage insurance fund:
Series AA
Series AA
1
Series AA
-.
Series AA
..
Series AA
Series AA
Series AA
Series AA
:
--.
Series AA
....Series AA
-..
.:.
---Series AA
-.:Series AA
Series AACooperative management housing insurance fund:
Series N N
Series NN
..
Series N N
..
Series NN
Series N N
Series N N
Series N N
General Insurance fund:
General insurance:
Seri es MM.
Sen es MMSeri es MM.
Seriies MM.
Seri es MM.
Seri es MMSeri es MMSeriles MMSeri es MM.
Seri es MM.
Seri esMMSeri es MMSeri es MM.
Seri es MM.
Seri es MM.
Sen ies MMSeri es MM.
Sen es MM.
Seriies MM.
Seriies MMArmed services housing mortgage insurance fund:
Series F F - Series. F F
-Series F F
...
Housing insurance fund:
Series BB
Series B B
Series BB
-Series B B
---.
Series BB
-..Series BB
Series BB
-Series BB
Series BB----.-National defense housing insurance fund:
Series GG
Series GG
Series GG
Series GG
--..
Series GG
-Series GG
Series GG
Sec 220 housing insurance fund:
Series CC
Series CC
Series CC
Series CC
See footnotes a t end of table.




4.20

2^
25^
25i

234

3

334
334
35^
334

m

334

4

434
3

334
3^
33/4

434
534
634

Amount

$19,800, ooa 00

114,500 00
64,700. 00
63,900. 00
231,750 00
255,550 00
582,350 00
139,550. 00
517, 900. 00
1, 087, IOO 00
1,906,400 00
1,103,400 00
1, 297, 250 00
469,550. 00
305,100. 00
292.000. 00
490,300. 00
835, 250. 00
10,406.850 00
805, 900. 00
443,700, 00

634

7,235,450 00
498,350 00
850 00
17, 650 00
716,450,00
13,150 00
44,40O 00
628,150 00
3,098, 850 00
54, 850, 000. 00
51,090,500 00
148,168,400.00
15, 039, 650. 00
1,724,160. 00
11,382, 200 00
6,921, OOO 00
4,138,500 00
443,300, 00
6,796,850 00
7,476,400 00

35^
334
4H

10,500 00
11,00000
11, 200. 00

234
254

2^
3

334
3K
33/^

3H

33/4

334

4

434
434
45^
434
534
bVs

8H

83/8

2^

3H
314

35^
334

3^
3^
4

434
.234
2^8

254

'^H

3

3K

. 334
m
33/8

W2

354

2,524,100. 00
282,800. 00
211,05O 00
808,550 00
2, 214,650. 00
5,856,850 00
2, 607,950 00
2,760,750. 00
5, 674,400. 00
139,450 00
1,978,40O 00
3,178,80a 00
4,479, 300. 00
50, OOO 00
303,750. 00
9,05O 00
4,740,000, 00
9,251, 200.00
2,336,750. 00
3,344,000.00

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

H I

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, 1973—Continued
Securities

Rate of
interest

Amount

UNMATURED DEBT—Continued

Federal Housing Administration debentures issued under the act of June 27,
1934, as amended (12 U.S.C. 1701-1750g)3 *—Continued
General insurance fund—Continued
Percent
Sec 221 housing insurance fund:
Series DD
334
Series DD
334
Series DD
3H
Series DD
334
Series DD
354
Series D D
3>g
Series DD
4
Series D D . --434
Servicemen's mortgage insurance fund:
Series EE
2%
Series EE
234
Series EE
3
Series EE
334
Series E E - . . ' .
334
Series E E
354
, Series EE
334
Series E E
-..
3^
Series EE
334
Series E E
4
Series E E ^Vs
Title I housing insurance fund:
Series R
254
Series T
3
War housing Insurance fund:
Series H
2^
Subtotal

$16,700.00
1,650.00
1,125,050.00
8,800,250,00
1,392,05000
51,750,00
51,150.00
47,05000
25,550.00
114,100.00
114,700.00
608,100.00
104,150.00
287,300.00
1,177,450.00
398,95000
594,600.00
562,85000
1,455,90000
26,800.00
73,150.00
564,500.00
411,845,000.00

Total unmatured debt

431,445,000.00
MATURED D E B T 5

Commodity Credit Corporation, InterestDistrict of Columbia Armory Board, interest
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation:
Principal
--.Interest
Federal Housing Administration:
Principal
Interest
Home Owners' Loan Corporation:
Principal
Interest
Reconstruction Finance Corporation, interest
Total matured debt (principal and interest)
Total

-

11. 25
116,340. 00

-

-

65,200.00
28,896,20
5,450 00
2,185,29
-

194,150.00
82,342.60
19.25

-

474,594.59
431,919,594.59

1 Issued on June 1,1980, at a price to yield 4.1879 percent, but sale was not consummated until Aug. 2,1960,
Interest Is payable semiannually on June 1 and D e c 1. These bonds are redeemable on and after June 1,1970,
and mature on D e c 1,1979.
2 The securities and the Income 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, imposed by the District of
Columbia.
3 Issued and payable on various dates. Interest is payable semiannually on Jan. 1, and July 1, All unmatured debentures are redeemable on any interest day or days, on 3 months' notice.
* Under the Public Debt Act of 1941 (31 U.S.C. 742a), income or gain derived from these securities is subject to all Federal taxes now or hereafter imposed. The securities are subject to surtaxes, estate, inheritance,
or gift taxes whether Federal or State, but are exempt from all taxation now or hereafter Imposed on the
principal or interest thereof by any State, municipahty, or local taxing authority. Debentures issued on
. contracts entered into before Mar. 1, 1941, are exempt from all taxation except surtaxes, estate, inheritance,
and gift taxes,
5 Funds are on deposit with the Treasurer of the United States for payment of principal of $264,800 and
interest of $209,794.59,
NOTE.—For securities held by the Treasury see table 107.




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19 73 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 31.—Debt subject to statutory limitation, June 30, 1973
[In millions of dollars]
PART I.—STATUS UNDER LIMITATION, JUNE 30,1973

The statutory debt limit estabhshed by the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended (31
U.S.C. 757b)i...-l
Amounts outstanding subject to statutory debt limitation:
U.S. Government securities issued under the Second Liberty Bond Act, as
amended--.i
De'bt of U.S. Government agencies
Participation certificates (12 U,S,C. 1717(c))
Total amount outstanding subject to statutory debt limitation.!.Balance issuable under hmitation




465,000
457,522
432
1,135
459,089
5,911

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

113

TABLE 31.—Deht subject to statutory limitation, June 30, 1973—Continued
[ I n millions of dollars]
^PART IL—APPLICATION OF STATUTORY LIMITATION, JUNE 30,1973

Total
outstanding

Classification
Pubhc debt:
Interest-bearing debt:
Public Issues—marketable:
Treasury bills
Treasury notes
Treasury bonds

100,061
117,840
45,071

Total marketable public issues

262,971

Public issues—nonmarketable:
Certificates of indebtedness:
Foreign series
Foreign currency series
Treasury notes:
Foreign series
Foreign currency series
Treasury bonds
Treasury certificates
Treasury notes
U.S. savings bonds
U.S. savings notes
^
U.S. retirement plan bonds
Depositary bonds
Treasury bonds, REA series
Treasury bonds. Investment series
Certificates of Indebtedness—State and local government series
Treasury notes—State and local government series
Treasury bonds—State and local government series

12,148
187
14,633
1,556
250
374
55
59,418
519
64
. 19
7
2,275
3
59
76

;

Total nonmarketable public issues

91,644

Special issues to Government agencies and tmst funds

101,738

Total interest-bearing debt

-.

456,353,

Matured debt on which interest has ceased

255

Debt bearing no interest:
Special note ofthe United States:
International Monetary Fund series
Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Company tax and loss bonds
U.S. savings stamps
Excess profits tax refund bonds..
U.S. notes
Deposits for retirement of national bank and Federal Reserve bank notes
Silver certificates
Other debt bearing no interest

825
41
49
1
323
72
213
10

Total debt bearing no interest
Total public debt 2

1,533
..-'.

458,142

Debt of U.S. Government agencies:
Interest-bearing debt
Matured debt on which interest has ceased
Total debt of U.S. Government agencies
Total public debt and debt of U.S. Government agencies
Deduct debt not subject to hmitation
Add participation certificates
Total subject to limitation

431
(*)
432
458,573
620
1,135
459,089

*Less than $500,000.
1 The following table details amendments to the act.
2 Includes pubhc debt Incurred to finance expenditures of wholly owned Government corporations and
other activities in exchange for which securities ofthe corporations and activities were issued to the Treasury.
See table 107.




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19 73 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 32.—Debt limitation under the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended, 1917-73
Date and act

History of legislation

Amount of
limitation

Sept. S4,1917
40Stat.288
40 Stat. 290

S e e l authorized issuance offtonrf*In the amount of
Sec. 5 authorized certificates of indebtedness outstanding

$7,638,945,460
4,000,000,000

Apr. 4,1918
40 Stat. 502
40 Stat. 504

Amended sec. 1, increasing bond Issuance authority to
Amended sec. 5, 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. 5, 1919
40 Stat. 1311
40 Stat. 1309

Amended sec. 5, increasing authority for certificates outstanding to
Added sec. 18, authorizing Issuance ot notes In the amount of

10,000,000,000
7,000,000,000

Nov. 23, 1921
42 Stat. 321

Amended sec. 18, providing limit on no^M outstanding

June 17, 1929
46 Stat. 19
Mar. 3, 1931
46 Stat. 1506
Jan. SO, 1934
48 Stat. 343
Feb. 4,19S6
49 Stat. 20
49 Stat. 21
May 26,1938
62 Stat. 447
July SO, 1939
63 Stat. 1071
June 26,19^0
54 Stat. 626
Feb. 19,1941
66 Stat. 7
Mar. 28,1942
56 Stat. 189

7,600,000,000

Amended sec. 6, authorizingfotf/sin addition to certificates of Indebtedness outstanding

10,000,000,000

Amended sec. 1, increasing bond Issuance authority to

28,000,000,000

Amended sec. 18, Increasing authority for notea outstanding to

10,000,000,000

Amended sec. 1, providing limit on 6(mrf« outstanding
Added sec. 21, consolidating authority for certificates and bills (sec. 6)
and authority for notes (sec. 18) outstanding

25,000,000,000
20,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, consolidating authority for bonds, notes, certificates
of Indebtedness, and bills outstanding {bonds limited to $30 billion)..

45,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21. removing limitation on bonds without changing
authorized total of bonds, notes, certiflcates of indebtedness, and
bills outstanding

45,000,^000,000

Amended sec. 21, adding new authority for Issuance of $4 billion
National Defense Series obligations outstanding

49,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, eliminating authority for $4 billion of National
Defense Series obligations and increasing limitation to
Amended sec. 21, Increasing limitation to

Apr. 11,1943
57 Stat. 63
Amended sec. 21, Increashig limitation to..
June 9,1944
58 Stat. 272
Amended sec. 21, Increasing limitation to
Apr. S, 1946 ^
69 Stat. 47
Amended sec. 21, Including obligations guaranteed as to principal
and Interest by the United States and Increasing limitation to
June 26,1946
60 Stat. 316
Amended sec. 21, defining face amount of savings bonds to be current
redemption value and decreasing limitation tp
Aug. 28.1964
68 Stat. 895
Increased sec, 21 limitation by $6 biUIon during period beghinlng
Aug. 28, 1954, and ending June 30, 1956..
June SO, 1966
69 Stat. 241
Amended act of Aug. 28, 1954, extending Increase In limitation until
June 30, 1956
July 9,1966
70 Stat. 619
Increased sec. 21 limitation by $3 billion during period beginning
July 1, 1956, and ending June 30-1957....
Temporary Increase terminated July 1,1957, and limitation reverted to.
Feb. 26,1968
72 Stat. 27
Increased sec. 21 limitation by $5 biUlon during period beginning
Feb. 26, 1968, and ending June 30, 1969..
Sept. 2, 1968
72 Stat. 1758
Amended sec. 21, Increasing limitation tb $283 billion, which, with
temporary increase of Feb. 26, 1958, made limitation
June SO, 1969
73 Stat. 166
Amended sec. 21, increasing limitation to $288 billion, and Increased
sec. 21 limitation by $10 biUlon during period beglnnhig July 1,1969,
and endhig June 30,1960




65,000,000,000
125,000,000,000
210,000,000,000
260,000,000,000
300,000,000,000
276,000,000,000
281,000,000,000
281,000,000,000
278,000,000,000
276; 000,000,000
280,000,000,000
288,000,000,000

296,000,000,000

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115

TABLE 32.—Deht limitation under the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended,
1917-73—Contmued
Date and act
June SO, 1960
74 Stat. 290
June SO, 1961
78 Stat. 148
Mar. IS, 1962
76 Stat. 23
July 1,1962
76 Stat. 124

May 29, 196S
77 Stat. 50
Aug. 27,1969
77 Stat. 131
Nov. 26, 196S
77 Stat. 342
June 29,1964
78 Stat. 225
June 24,1966
79 Stat. 172
June 24. 1966
iQ Stat. 221
Mar. 2, 1967
81 Stat. 4
June SO. 1967
81 Stat. 99

April 7,1969
83 Stat. 7
June so, 1970
84 Stat. 368
Mar. 17,1971
85 Stat. 5
Mar. 16, 1972
86 Stat. 63
July 1,1972
86 Stat. 406
Oct. 27, 1972
86 Stat. 1324

History of legislation

Amount of
limitation

Increased sec. 21 limitation by $8 billion during period beginning
July 1,1960, and ending June 30,1961
$293,000,000,000
Increased sec. 21 limitation by $13 billion during period beginning
J u l y l , 1961, and ending June 30,1962

298,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation by $2 billion (In addition to temporary
increase of $13 billion in act of June 30,1961) during period beguming
Mar. 13,1962, ahd 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
306,000,000.000
300,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the periods:
(1) beginning May 29, 1963, and ending June 30, 1963, to
(2) beginning July 1, 1963, and ending Aug. 31, 1963, to

307,000.000.000
309,000.000.000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning Sept. 1, 1963,
and ending Nov. 30, 1963, 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, 1966. to
„
328,000.000,000
Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning July 1, 1966,
and ending June 30, 1967, t o . . .
330,000.000,000
Incre.ased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning Mar. 2, 1967,
and ending June 30, 1967, to
336.000,000,000
Sec. 21 amended to increase limitation on aggregate outstanding at any
timeto
358,000,000.000
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 billion, and increased
sec. 21 limitation by $12 billion during period beginning Apr. 7,1969,
and ending June 30.1970
377,000,000,000
Amended sec. 21, increasing limitation to $380 blUlon, and Increased
sec. 21 limitation by $15 bihion during period beginning July 1,1970,
and ending June 30, 1971
396,000,000,000
Amended sec. 21, increasing limitation to $400 billion, and Increased sec.
21 limitation by $30 bihion during period beginning Mar. 17, 1971,
and ending June 30,1972
430,000,000,000
Amended sec 21, to further increase the limitation temporarily by $20
bUlIon during period beginning Mar. 16,1972, and ending June 30,1972. 450,000,000,000
Amended act of Mar. 15,1972, striking out June 30,1972, and inserting
in lieu thereof Oct. 31, 1972
450,000,000,000
Increased sec. 21 hmitation during the period beginning Nov. 1, 1972,
and ending June 30, 1973
465,000,000,000




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T A B L E 33.—Public debt receipts and expenditures by classes, monthly for the fiscal year 1973 and totals for 1972 and 1973
[On basis of daily Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables"]
J u l y 1972

R e c e i p t s (issues)
P u b h c issues:
Marketable:
T r e a s u r y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly
Tax anticipation
Other
T r e a s u r y notes
Treasury bonds -

S e p t e m b e r 1972

October 1972

N o v e m b e r 1972

D e c e m b e r 1972

J a n u a r y 1973

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Subtotal
Exchanges:
Treasury notes
Treasury bonds
Subtotal
Total marketable issues---Nonmarketable:
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s :
Foreign series
Foreign c u r r e n c y series
Depositary bonds
Treasury notes:
Foreign series
Foreign c u r r e n c y series
Treasury bonds, R E A series..
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s Eurodollars
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s —
S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t
series
T r e a s u r y notes—State a n d local •government series
T r e a s u r y b o n d s — S t a t e a n d lo1 cal g o v e r n m e n t series
U . S . savings n o t e s
FRASER. S . r e t i r e m e n t plan b o n d s
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Digitized for


A u g u s t 1972

$16,401,080, 000. 00 $20, 506, 025, OOO 00 $16,532,465,000. 00 $18,387, 255,000. 00 $21,511,605,000.00
2,012,165, 000. 00
1,701,140,000.00
2, 304, 680, ooa 00
1,802, 26a OOO 00
-340,000. 00 - 4,803,415, 000. 00
3, Oil, 301,000. 00
2, 06a 221,000. 00
41,332, ooa 00
63, 000. 00
- 1 0 , ooa 00
18,102,220,000. 00

22,852,037, 000. 00

16,532,188, OOO 00

23,050,881,000.00

28,367,331, OOO 00

$17. 223,82a OOO 00 $17,212,705,000.00
2 , 5 i a 135, 000. 00 .
3, 604, 445, 000. 00
-2oaooaoo
3, 988,000. 00
2, 097, 713, 000. 00
627, 2-16, ooa 00
- 5 3 3 , 000. 00
21,448, 384, 000. 00
21,83a 935, OOO 00

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9,508, 735, ooa 00
2,312,720,000 00

- 1 , 0 2 8 , 0 0 0 00
402, ooa 00

863,000. 00
-888,000. 00

180,000. 00

- 1 , 5 8 5 , 0 0 0 00
-470,000. 00

4, 668, 000. 00
113,000.00

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928,000 00

11,821,455,000.00

- 8 2 8 , OOO 00

- 2 3 , 000. 00

180,000. 00

- 2 , 0 5 5 , 0 0 0 00

4,781, ooa 00

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18,103,148,000. 00

34,673,492, ooa 00

16,531,562,000 00

23, 050,858, 000. 00

28,387,511,000.00

21,828,880, ooa 00

21,453,165,000 00

3,182,000, ooa 00
113,997,879.11
162,000. 00

1,548,157,081.57
56, 878,306. 88
326, 500 00

1,813,000,000.00

1,633,000,000. 00

1,324,000, ooa 00

1,828, 000, 000. 00

223,000. 00

197,50a 00

375,500. 00

12,000. 00

1, 277, 000, OOO 00
114,364,743.74
59, 000. 00

4,100,000, 000. 00

200, 000,000. 00

356,857,824. 07
29,086,878. 30

200, 000, OOO 00
59, 218,318. 20

311,273,564.65

356,103,652.83
79, 810, 445. 64

250,000. 00

80,542,135. 55
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3, 000, OOO 00

3 a 000. 00 .

4,915, OOO 00
2,356,876.56
421,909. 94

1,385, OOO 00
3,615,000. 00

15,500, ooa 00 .

14,665,000. 00

2,385, 978. 61
898, 225. 28

11,455, ooa 00
2,487, 718.19
4,006,003. 82

2,331,851. 68
354,305. 20

2,302,48a 60
277,839. 50

2, 293,936. 09
442,891. 58

2, 515, 284.11
2,374, 520 22

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Receipts (issues)

Public issues:
Marketable:
Treasury bihs:
Regular weekly
Tax anticipation.
Other
Treasurynotes
Treasury bonds

February 1973

March 1973

April 1973

May 1973

June 1973

Total, fiscal year
1973

Total, fiscal year
1972

$16,813,635,000.00 $21,004,880,000.00 $16,804,365,000.00 $21,207,060,000.00 $18,818,090,000.00 $218,422,985,000.00 $214,376,733, OOa 00
4,522,300.000.00
8,810,730,000.00
1,801,085,000,00
3,592,050,000.00
1,800,425,000.00
21, 208,96a 000. 00
20,412,770,000.00
1,008,720,000.00
435,000.00
-100,000.00
2,043,17a 000.00
40,000.00
10,255,488,000.00
11,666,507,000.00
-45,000.00
651,756,000.00
1,319,809,000.00
790,883,000.00

:
Subtotal...
Exchanges:
Treasurynotes
Treasury bonds

19,623,395,000.00

21,005,315,000.00'

20,396,315,000.00

25,702,411,000.00

16,818,130,000.00

255,729,542,000.00

258,057,623. OOa 00

4,484,017,000.00

3,456,000.00

849,000.00

5,234,835,000.00
4a000,000.00

1,093,000.00

19,237,011,000.00
2,351,879,000.00

18,171,652,000.00
3,934,508,000.00

Subtotal..
4,484,017,000.00
Total marketable issues.... 24,107,412,000,00

3,458,000.00
21,008,771,000,00

849,000.00
20,397,164,000.00

5,274,835,000.00
30,977,246,000.00

1,093,000.00
18,819,223,000.00

21,588,890,000.00
277,318,432,OOa 00

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278,163,783, OOa 00

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Certificates of Indebtedness:
Foreignseries
i
Foreign currency series
Depositary bonds..
Treasury notes:
Foreignseries...:
Foreign currency series
Treasury bonds, REA series..
Certificates of indebtednessEurodollars
Certificates of indebtedness—
State and local government
series
Treasury notes—State and
local government series
Treasury bonds—State and
local government series
U.S. savmgs notes.
U.S. retirement plan bonds




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5,933,592,234.63
57,279,872.12
63,000.00

4,859,000,000.00

300,000,000.00
1,018,460,55

300.000,000.00
128,759,175,94
4,194,000.00

1,234,000,000.00
14,987,328.59
11,000.00

5,970,000,000.00
39,000.00

5,683,200,000.00
51,00a00

36,262,949,316.20
357,508,130 44
1,863,500.00

31,415,352,197.96
326,794,350 38
5,007,000.00

275,000,000.00
322,350,396,35

24a 000,000.00

998,888,237.07

7,328,847,713.97
992,059,175.18
5,009,000.00

7,920,726,943.27
1,283,33a703.59
3,994,000.00

-

344,000.00

3,201,050,000.00

29,570,000,00
20,335,000.00
7,810,000.00
2,440,409.20
594,664.43

32,770,000.00
2,432,176.29
255,627.36

63,895,000.00
59,030,000.00
-.
2,433,57a 04
438,136.76

23,85a000.00
2,541,327.40
464,23a 28

2,462,214.05
1,142,23a 04

75,885,000.00
28,983,622.82
11,670,484.39

.---.
28,295,739.53
10,080,044.41

T A B L E 33.—PubUc debt receipts and expenditures by classes, monthly for the fiscal year 1973 and totals for 1972 and 1973—Continued
00
Receipts (Issues)
Public ibsues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
MGIC tax and loss bonds
Washington Metropohtan Area
Transit Authority
1% Treasury certificates
3.500% Treasury certificates
3.731% Treasury certificates
3.849% Treasury certificates
4.138% Treasury certificates
4.201% Treasury certificates
4.350% Treasury certificates
4.600% Treasury certificates
4.676% Treasury certificates
4.890% Treasury certificates
5.080% Treasury certificates
5.160% Treasury certificates
5.163% Treasury certificates
5.554% Treasury certificates
5.690% Treasury certificates
5.810% Treasury certificates
6.250% Treasury certificates
6.280% Treasury certificates
6.690% Treasury certificates
4.000% Treasurynotes 1978
4.000% Treasury notes 1979
U.S. savings bonds:
Issue price
Accrued discount
..
Exchanges, series H
U.S. savings stamps
Total nonmarketable issues-Total pubhc issues
Special issues:
Civil service reUrement fund
Employees health benefits fund-.
Employees hfe insurance f u n d - - .
Exchange Stabilization Fund . .
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Federal disabihty insurance trust
fund

Federal home loan banks.. . . .



July 1972

'

August 1972

$129,948.75

September 1972

$1,467,500.00

October 1972

November 1972

December 1972

$120,108.75

January 1973

$1,326,50000

$281,108.75

2,786,204.86
12, 705,587. 94

147, 277, 701. 96

100,000,000 00
9, 025,513. 86

$31,68a 841. 75

11, 272,064. 30

10, 755, 345. 58

$52,559, 000. 83

:

1,009,787.41

-

66,993,351.35

1,020 233.66
6,69a O O 00
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6,698,982.77
1,031,968.90

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-.-:---...22,335,747.40

492,673,801.13
222,455,092.95
27,475, O O 00
O

581,935,194.32
193,965,251.91
3a 475,000. 00

471,677,805.25
207,285,205.48
26, 212, O O 00
O

487,2.59,647.48
21 a 584,888.34
25,978,500. 00

544,952,610 41
192,084,304.37
27,37a 500. 00

45a 099,333.09
222,875,794.15
22, 088, 500 00

8, 218,95a 981. 08

2,834,019,333.31

2,924,862,397.50

2, 7ia 869,369. 68

2,221,283,255.03

2,882,883,036.42

2,889,988,717.20

37,307,511,333.31

19,458, 224,397. 50

25, 781, 727, 369. 88

3a 588, 774, 255. 03

24, 711, 743, 038. 42

24, 323,153, 717. 20

411,277,000 00
353,442,000.00
148,68a O O 00
O
143,279,000 00
6a 922, O O 00
O
71,527,000.00
2,09a 675, 626. 26 . 2,811, 081, 728. 04
343,658,000 00
222,561,00a00

35a203,00a00
138,583,000 00
38,337,00a00
2,818,546,801. 70
159,015,000.00

369,385,000.00
138,239,000.00
54,038,000 00
2, 79a 774,978. 32
235,628,000.00

1,002,55a O O 00
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123,932,000 00
35,468,000 00
2,931, 733,179. 33
59,449,00a00

392,153,000.00
133,762,000 00
45,157,000 00
2,913, 847, 770 86
93,29a00a00

423,312,000.00
58, 767, OOa 00

285,387,000.00
127,5i7,000. 00

617,048,000 00
32,447,000. 00

435, .587,000. 00
25,327, O O 00
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394,189. ooa 00
83,353,000. 00

47a 395, O O 00
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89,653,000. 00

419,983,000.00
54,422,000.00

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26,322,098,961. 06
869,923,000.00
255,999,000 00
31,790,000.00
1, 791,942, 572. 50
274,693,000.00

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Pubhc issues—Continuf'd
Nonmarketable—Continued
MGIC tax and loss bonds
Washington Metropohtan Area
Transit Authority
1% Treasury certificates
3.500% Treasury certificates
3.731% Treasury certificates
3.849% Treasury certificates
4.138% Treasury certificates
4.201% Treasury certificates
4.350% Treasury certificates
4.600% Treasury certificates
4.676% Treasury certificates
4.890% Treasury certificates
5.080% Treasury certificates
5.160% Treasury certificates
5.163% Treasury certificates
5,554% Treasury certificates
5.690% Treasury certificates
5.810% Treasury certificates
6.250% Treasury certificates
6.280% Treasury certificates
6.690%, Treasury certificates
4.000% Treasury notes 1978
4.000% Treasury notes 1979
U.S. savings bonds:
Issue price
Accrued discount--Exchanges, series H
U.S. savings stamps
Total nonmarketable issues..
Total public issues
Snecial issues*
Civil service retirement fund
Employees health benefits fund..
Employees life insurance fund....
Exchange Stabilization Fund
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp .
Federal disabihty Insurance trust
fund
Federal home loan banks




February 1973

March 1973

April 1973

$4,744,118.00

May 1973

$2,825,904,88
."

$10,588,736.43

2a 709,878.30

15,071,92L46

June 1973

$449,599,12

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6,728,32a74

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$7,415,89a 24

100,000,000.00
5,545,87a58
715,483,224.09

537,34a27
598,263,238.81
990,920. .53
1.000,163.34

-

-.
6,757,689.40

598,556,272.43
217,832,046.35
32,961,500.00
-

-

-

32,843,59a33

6,791,035.36
.-.

561,544,78a 72
224,195,454.80
3a 299,500,00

1,009,787.41
66,993,351.35
1,020,233.66
6,890,000.00
6,698,962.77
1,031,988.90
-8,728,32a74
6,757.689.40
6,791,035,36
6,825.92a82
6,882,328.22
22,335,747.40
32,843,59033

555,817,548.20
231,233,262.70
27,384,500,00
2,389,55a 67

6.511,985,923.33
2,564,144,698,74
339,154,000.00
2,389,55a 87

-

-

6,825,92a82

591,695,515.43
203,636,309,46
30,119,500.00

$14,314,035.25

2,779,465.72
386,336,186.88

7,500,444.80

-

654,853,042.90
203,338,047.60
29,693,500,00

Total, fiscal vear
1972

$2,989,247.00

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Total, fiscal year
1973

6,862,328.22

133,986,702.70
1,755,011.31
1,733,002.19
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1,033,653,15
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5,939,037,197.20
2,310,246,28L16
292,833,000,00

7,145,587,022.99

6,259,221,384.07

2,689,949,028.98

7,139,555,112.92

7,914.377,360 88

55,611,286,98a 02

53,483,483,38a 04

31,252,979,022.99

27,267,992,384.07

23,087,113,028.96

38,116,801,112.92

24,733,600,36a 88

332,929,718,98a 02

331,647,246,38a 04

401,488,000.00
112,844,000.00
73,565,000.00
3,299,876,135.71
379,140,000.00

411,642,000.00
122,836,000.00
57,551,000.00
2,943,933,381.30
284,649,000.00

346,263,000.00
98,29a 000.00
48,929,000.00
2,939,392,408.73
227,853,000.00

388,497,000.00
103,753,000.00
66,658,000.00
2,926,53.5,209.97
289,023,000.00

4,334,934,000.00
155,887,000,00
76,783,000.00
2,950,951,567,91
290,420,000.00

9,631,737,000.00
1,676,084,000.00
658,725,000.00
33,207,071,358,43
2,839,379,000.00

9,578,29a 000.00
1,454,686,000.00
632,823,000.00
26,778,998,426.26
3,048,610,000.00

411,735,000.00
157,656,000.00

654,658,000.00
33,002,000.00

613,474,000.00
46,254,000.00

488,749,000.00
3,325,000,00

1,593,184,000.00
3,325,000.00

6,807,661,000,00
715,048,000,00

6,093,82a 000.00
1,523,455,000.00

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Receipts (issues)

July 1972

Special issues—Continued
Federal hospital insurance trust
fund
Federal Housing Administration
fund
Federal old-age and survivors
insurance trust fund
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp
Federal supplementary medical
insurance trust fund...
Foreign service retirement fund..
GSA participation certificate
trust....
--.Government hfe insurance fund.
Highway trust fund
National service life insurance
fund
Postal service fund
Railroad retirement account
Railroad retirement holding account
Railroad
retirement
supplemental account
Servicemen's group hfe insurance
fund
Unemployment trust fund
Veterans reopened insurance
fund.-.--Veterans special life insurance
fund
-.
Washington Metropolitan Area
Transit Authority.

$435,482,000 00

September 1972

$571,064,000 00

3.056,00000

36,057,000.00

2,917,347,000 00

4,541,315,000 00

147,923,000 00

$454,096,000 00
ia848,000.00

October 1972

November 1972

$43ai7a00a00

$313,474,000.00

December 1972

January 1973

$1,044,321,000.00

$72a 553. O O 00
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10,443,000.00

7,011,00000

3,151,62a 000. 00

3,033, 527, OOa 00

3,189,780,000 00

3,376,573,000.00

231,851,000.00

136,101,000.00

140,733,000 00

169,676,000.00

176,593,000.00

200,906,000.00

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244,061,000 00
1,068, O O 00
O

243,977,000.00
639,000.00

227,704,000.00
2,762,000.00

250,818,000.00
1, 514,000. 00

238,157,000.00
5,270,000. 00

265,676,000 00
2,712, O O 00
O

244,504,000.00
1,434,000.00

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480,800,000. 00

194,410,152,89

508,40a 000. 00

612,120,000,00

473,300, 000. 00

630,800,000. 00

198, 259,80a 00
15,352,000.00
.
526,602, OOa 00 -

455, 900, OOa 00

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6,582,O0aO0
2,567,254,000.00
10,883,000.00

12,372,000.00
1,861,364,000.00
203,819,000.00

4,073,000.00
1,744,212, OOa 00
108,361,000 00

7,790,000.00
1,812,570,000.00
9,98a 000.00

11,400,000.00
443,933,000.00
162,795,000.00

146,811,000 00
491,554, OOa 00
193,083, OOa 00

l,950,00a00
804,046,000.00
43,076,000.00

-

-

894,000.00

1,281,000.00

Otherlssues:
Federal Reserve banks.
International Monetary Fund
notes..Other.

86,000.00

1,642,000.00

844,000.00

108,000.00

1,390,000.00

691,000.00

394,000 00

608,000.00

15,140,000. 00

7,784,000. 00

850,000.00

14,135,000. 00

6,298,000. 00

3, 516,000.00

.
130,711,000.00

1,288,493,000 00

166,631,000.00

111,702,000.00

879,581,000.00

42,000.00
283,735,000.00

134,584,000.00

1,735, ooa 00

l,789,00a00

725,000.00

1,997,000.00

1,906,000 00

8,698,00a00

1,432,000.00

1,976,000 00

1,530,000.00

1,100,000 00

1,315,000.00

l,740,00a00

8,820,000.00

2,650,000.00

13,134,592,826.26

-.

-

-

-

-

--

9,707,190,728.04

-..
36,974,549,533.56

60,442,103,959.57

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50,000,00000

50,000,000.00

9,883,319,389.48

11,412,646,979.33

l a 081,702,77a 66

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10,387,673,801.70

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29,201,615,125.64

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10,652,450,672.50

Total speciai Issues

Total otherlssues

August 1972

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36,149,401,17L 38

40,472,093,644.61

36,124,290,015.76

34,404,856,487.86

Receipts (issues)

Special issues—Continued
Federal hospital insurance trust
fund
Federal Housing Administration
fund
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund..
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp
Federal supplementary medical
Insurance trust fundForeign service retirement fund - .
GSA participation certificate
trust
Government hfe Insurance fund..
Highway trust fund
National service life insurance
fund
Postal service fund...
Railroad retirement account
Railroad retirement holding account
Railroad retirement supplemental account
Servicemen's group hfe Insurance
fund
Unemployment trust fund
Veterans reopened insurance
fund.Veterans special life Insurance
fund
Washington Metropohtan Area
Transit Authority.
Total special Issues.

February 1973

March 1973

April 1973

May 1973

Total, fiscal year
1973

Total, fiscal year
1972

$659,149,000.00

$1,042,982,000.00

$853,370,000.00

$805,954,000.00

$3,282,937,000.00

$10,613,532,000.00

1,346,000,00

16,362,000.00

16,711,000.00

3,116,000.00

4,116,000.00

111,241,000.00

51,915,000.00

3,863,654.000.00

4,348,489,000.00

4,347,137,000.00

6,017,826,000.00

8,569,160,000.00

48,609,882,000.00

39,962,785,000.00

$6,464,151,000.00

201,106,000.00

117,446,000.00

87,171,000.00

133,993,000.00

81,189,000.00

1,824,688, OOa 00

1,092,277,000.00

243,438,000.00
2,113,000.00

236,672,000.00
1,657, OOa 00

241,727,000.00
2,199,000.00

502,817,000.00
13,423,000.00

3,186,275,000.00
37,178,000.00

2,944,669.000.00
33,219,000.00

5,687,215.43

531,879,159.31
63,236,000.00
11,454,168,000.00

-.
48,316,000.00
10,189,886,000.00

864,368,000,00
12,986,9ia000.00
3,242,779,000.00

672,229,000.00
8,741,717.000.00
2,708,232,000.00

-

124,438,86a 00

248.724,000.00
2,387,000.00
-

492,067,000.00

436,600,000.00

478,700,000.00

621,528,000.00

9,183,130.99
46,876,000.00
6,037,351,000.00

6,162,000.00
357,24a 000.00
168,079,000 00

731,000,000,00
160,572,000.00

1,128,000.00
973,049,000.00
33,310,000.00

776,632,000.00
1,006,653,000.00

666,100,000.00
424,056,000.00
1,142,168,000.00

1,162,000.00

882,000.00

256,000.00

1,420,000.00

4,679,000.00

13,354,000.00

11,198,000.00

11,772,000.00

8,082,000.00

2,227,000.00

14,661,000.00

46,843,000.00

130,814,000.00

96,696,000.00

722,372,000.00

133,334,000.00

181,327,000.00

1,681,289,000.00

9,296,632,000.00

42,000.00
14,810,391,000.00

22,392,000.00
12,376,914,000.00

1,505,000.00

1,353,000.00

1,246,000.00

1,890,000.00

65,769,000.00

90,025,000.00

83,045,000.00

2,655,000.00

2,150,000.00

2,300,000.00

1,850,000.00

78,731,000.00

106,817,000.00

11,549,498,408.73

14,482,765,425.40

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98,543,000,00

125,000,000.00

76,000,000.00

11,695,024,135.71

11,925,271,241.30

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Other Issues*
Federal Reserve banks.. International Monetary Fund
notes-.
Other.-.
Total other Issues
Total pubhc debt receipts.... 42,948,003,158.70




June 1973

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39,676,413,698.90
-

-

-

39,193,263,625.37

34,636,611,437.69

-

-

62,699,666,538.32

475,165,26a 27
164,688,449,778.01

X

134,708,866,426,26

38,100,000.00

38,100,000.00 .
64,410,014,059.78

497,556,268,758.03

466,356,112,806.30

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Expenditures (retirements)

July 1972

August 1972

September 1972

October 1972

November 1972

December 1972

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January 1973
CD

Pubhc issues:
Marketable:
Treasury blUs:
Regular weekly
Tax anticipation
Other
---Certificates of indebtedness,
regular
Treasurynotes
Treasury bonds
Other-Subtotal

$15,825,189,000.00 $15,979,724,000.00 $16,446,898,000.00 $16,377,056,000.00 $16,393,302,000.00 $16,514,280,000.00
941,000.00
65a 000.00
600,000.00
5,000.00
1,708,133,000.00
5,779,885,000.00
34,257,000.00
3,390,467,000.00
.5,791,802,000.00
26,361,00a00
9,948,000 00
136,967,850 00
1,828.50
17,681,180,678.50

$16,404,878,000.00
3,388,400,000.00

--

233,029,000.00
420,392,600.00
1,632.75

150 00
38,802,000.00
111,265,050 00
1,468.25

1,315,753,000 00
91,539,050 00
550 25

12,928,000.00
1,218,176,650 00
435.25

2,688,000.00
169,603,900.00
4.957.50

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16,958,888,4ia 25

19,915,596,868.25

23,592,398,565.25

17,771,746,085.25

19,963,55a 857.50

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7,028,945,000.00
4,791,432,000.00

-3,00000
-710,00000

-1,135,000.00
-189,000.00

-335,000.00
-2,408,000.00

23a00a00
-12,000.00

-2,743,000.00

218,00000

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17,769,003,085.25
2,150 00
10,375.00

19,963,788,857.50
3,100.00
12,800.00

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1,508,000,000 00

2,013, OOa 000.00

316,50a00

124,00a00

1,583,000,000.00
113,997,87a 11

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11,820,377,000 00

^
-713,000.00

-1,324,000.00

Investment series
REA series
Certificates of indebtedness—
EurodollarsCertificates of indebtedness—
State and local government
seriesTreasury tax and savings notes.
Excess profit tax
U.S.
 savings notes



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19,914,272,688.25 23,592,396,565.25
450 00
6,750 00
11,800.00
14,275.00

S J

17,681,180,878.50
4,250 00
17,300.00

34,233,859,232.75
8,800.00
15,600.00

18,956,175,419.25
7,35a 00
14,775.00

3,556,000.000.00
110,982,082.20
410,00a00

1,859,000,000.00
55,699,481.87
24,503.00

1,953,157,08L 57
157,03a00

2,074,000,000.00
472,53a00

600,000,000.00
78,500,000.00

200,000,000.00

200, OOa 000.00
28,099,500.00

200,000,000.00
2ia476,25a00

58,753,500.00

12,000,000.00
453,153,75a 00

215,000,000.00
76,835,000.00

4,000.00
1,489,000. 00

17,000. 00
315, 000. 00

882, 000. 00

1, OOO 00
278,000.00

6,000.00
1,947,000. 00

33,000. 00
639,000. 00

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Nonmarketable:
Adjusted service bonds
Armed forces leave bonds
Certificates of indebtedness:
Foreignseries
Foreign currency series
Depositary bonds
Treasury notes:
'
Foreignseries-.
Foreign currency series
Treasury bonds:

Q
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2,000.00
8.205,000 00
488,925,500.00
919.25

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Treasurynotes
Treasury bonds

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6,425,645.99

5a 00
193,18
5,899,435.05

800.00
6,674,201.38

3,000.00
- . ...
5,412,357.04

3,000,000.00
25a 00
498.51 5,277,443.52

22a000. 00
\ 18,200.00
.-..
4,891,932.33

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40a 00
4,819,359.31

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Pubhc issues:
Marketable:
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly..
Tax anticipation
Other
Certificates of indebtedness,
regular
Treasurynotes
Treasury bonds
Other

February 1973

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March 1973

April 1973

May 1973

June 1973

Total, fiscal year
1973

Total, fiscal year
1972

$16,833,046,000.00 $20,982,823,000.00 $16,802,802,000.00 $17,241,558,000 00 $17,217,542,000.00 $203,019,098,000.00 $202,32a 019, OOa 00
49,000.00
33a000.00
2,001,4ia 000.00
5,56a000.00
2,508,875,000.00
4,518,42a 000.00
9,087,007,000.00
1,689,384,000.00
28,667,000.00
3,377,146,000.00
5,996,265,000.00
33,525,000.00
31,240,092,000.00
2^r236,711,000.00
1,000.00
2,219,809,000.00
95,831,500.00
1,964.50

85,886,000.00
112,329,700.00
967.75

38,797,000.00
78,823,6-50 00
15,281.50

4,279,955,000.00
61,888,200.00
4,215.00

68,465,000.00
62,526,15000
14,04L25

3,150 00
8,310,243,000.00
3,026,069,800.00
48,228.75

84,000.00
5,246,531,300.00
3,409,96a 400 00
39,785.50

20,838,122,464.50

21,208,036,667.75

22,298,993,931,50

27,585,030,415.00

19,89a 947,19L 25

250,113,972,176.75

244,300,352,485.50
- - = =

4,475,224,000.00
-11,000.00

2,109,000.00

280,000.00

5,281,343,000.00

16,766,658,000.00
4,788,102,000.00

15,984,426,000.00
6,084,816,000.00

4,475,213,000.00
25,313,335,484. 50

2,109,000.00
21,210,145,667. 75

28a000.00
22,297,273,931. 50

5,261,343,000 00
32,846,373,415. 00

19,890,947,191. 25

21,554,780,000.00
271,888,732,176. 75

22,089,242,000.00
266,389,594,485. 50

8,800.00
19,500.00
897,592,234.63
56,878,308.88
184,000.00

5.55a 00
21,775. 00
1,881.000,000.00

5,45a 00
19,75a 00
1,234,000,000.00

1,000.00
18,55a 00
6,128,000,000.00

308,000.00

904,000.00

1,274,000.00

2,750 00
17,375.00
5,653,000,000.00
120,000.00

54,200.00
193,875. 00
3a 339,749,318.20
337,557,730 06
4,294,500.00

67,750 00
227.400. 00
27,316,369,597.28
1,059,258,10.5,47
5,92a50a00

300,000,000.00
154,018,46a 55

310,000,000.00
111, 120,75a 00

280,000,000.00
172,629,533.60

243,000,000.00
-

822,000,000.00
-.--

3,382,000,000.00
1,341,386,744.15

2,689,552,930 87
142,661,550 00

-22,000.00
285,000.00

13,000.00
326,000.00

99,000.00
8,307,000.00

23,929,534.25
85,000.00
1,694,000.00

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Exchanges:
Treasurynotes
Treasury bonds
Subtotal
Total marketable Issues
Adjusted service bonds
Armed forces leave bondsCertificates of indebtedness:
ForeignseriesForeign currency series
Depositary bonds
Treasury notes:
ForeignseriesForeign currency series
Treasury bonds:
Foreignseries
Investment series
-_
REA series
Certificates of indebtedness—
Eurodollars
Certificates of indebtednessState and local govermnent
series
Treasury tax and savings notes
Excess profit tax
U.S. savings notes




--21,000.00...53a000.00
-

-

6,756,48ai8

28,400,000.00
2,025.00
200,10
4,794,610 42

3,05a 00
73a 41
6.741,59a 49

253,000.00

-26,000.00
1,313,000.00

860,000. 00
1,100.00 . . .
41.61
5,864,05a 55

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28,65a 000. 00
261, 24
5,603,900. 48

61,13a 000. 00 - - 28,975. 00
2,259. 45
69,160,895. 74

33,850 00
17, 245. 35
85,199, 905. 55

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July 1972

A'igustl972

September 1972

October 1972

November 1972

December 1972

January 1973

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Nonmarketable—Continued
U.S. retirement plan bonds
1.000% Treasury certificates
3,500%, Treasury certificates
3.521% Treasury certificates
3.731% Treasury certificates
3.849% Treasury certificates
3.885% Treasury certificates
4.138% Treasury cerrificates
4.350% Treasury certificates
4.601%, Treasury certificates--4.878% Treasury certificates
4.890% Treasury certificates
5.080% Treasury certificates5.180% Treasury certificates
5.183% Treasury certificates
5.554% Treasury certificates
5.690% Treasury certificates--5.810% Treasury certificates
6.250% Treasury certificates
6.280% Treasury certificates
6.690% Treasury certificates
U.S. savings bonds:
Matured:
Issue price
Accrued discountSeries H
Unmatured:
Issue price
- -. Accrued discountExchanges:
Series E, F, and J for series
H:
Issue price
A ^ n r ~ , ^ ^ / discountAccruedi A i c r „ ^ . - , r ^ i Savings notes for series H:
Issue price
.Accrued discount




$128,777,71

$138,09a 32
54,92
15,724,704.99

30,565,306.98

$32,893,90

$92,109,96
27,713,39L10

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1,000,163.34
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86,993,351.35
1,02a 233. 88
--6,690,00a00

-

-

--.
--

-

4a022,814.49

-

-

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$358,837.88

1,009,787.41 _
-

-

$161,057.20
264,898.38
9a933,972.91

-..

-

-

-

16,790,798.66
-

-

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66,993,351.35

$13a542.10

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70,560,242.25
55,169,460 17
12,717,000.00

9a 184,076.75
8a 296,133.59
21,578,000.00

89,028,160 00
76,175,636.94
11,588,500.00

74,123,514.50
63,641,916.81
15,395,500.00

65,075,905.50
53,313,888.56
14,782,500.00

71,747,464.50
82,199,158.03
14,989,000.00

74,731,075.50
67,371.55a 40
16,39a 500.00

272,075,542. 88
15,38a 115.20

288,37a 300. 48
14,45a 786.11

291,653,164. 32
16,202,050 11

252, 913,062. 00
13,605,172.00

248,588,882. 66
13,384,527.18

248,437, 250 22
13,419,800.78

26a 062, 796. 48
11,492,414.42

12,218,26a 64
Cl I O A 523.65
9,12a COO «C

17,001,478.27
I A 7 0 0 ORI 1 1
14,723,961.11

16,714,734.43
I Q KOA I O A QA
13,528,126.30

13,871,383.00
1 1 OOl "700 Qf\
11,281,788.80

13,398,711.09
I A OAC;. Q t n 1 7
10,245,835.17

13,705,983.53
11 C 5 3 5Qfi 9 1
11,833,396.21

100,197.00
16,356. 31

114,372.00
19,670 89

108,864.00
19,028.05

75,816.00
13,581.93

103,78L25
19,063.71

89,748.00
17,403.63

12,765,9ia77
fi91 70?* RFi.
10,621,703.65

10

87,986.25
17,034.68

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Expenditures (retirements)
Pubhc issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
U.S. retirement plan bonds
1.000% Treasury certificates
3.500% Treasury certificates
3.521%, Treasury certificates
3.731% Treasury certificates
3.849% Treasury certificates
3.865% Treasury cerrificates
4.138%? Treasury certificates4.3.50% Treasury certificates
4.801% Treasury certificates
4.676% Treasury cerrificates
4.890% Treasury certificates
5.080% Treasury certificates
5.160% Treasui-y certificates-...
5.163% Treasury cerrificates
5.554% Treasury certificates
5.890% Treasury cerrificates
5.810% Treasury cerrificates
6.250%, Treasury certificates
6.280% Treasury certificates
6.690% Treasury cerrificates.U.S. savings bonds:
Matured:
Issue price
Accrued discount
Series H
Unmatured:
Issue price.-..Accrued discount
Exchanges:
Series E, F, and J for series
H:
Issue price
Accrued discount-.
Savings notes for series H:
Issue price
Accrued discount




February 1973

$431,704.69
21,981,505.33
-...-

March 1973

$309,778.43

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$18a443,47
567.33
55,062,618. 81

May 1973

June 1973

$197,581.62
---.
31,143,169. 02

Total, fiscal year
1973

$248,448.54
2,765.837.53
394,301,837.45
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-

8,698,962.77
1,031,988.90
-..
:.-

April 1973

-

-

8,728,32a74
-

-...
6,757,88a40

6,791,035.36

6,825,92a82
4,976,285.61

Total, fiscal year
1972

$2,410,272.82
3,031,158.14
724,220,119. 54
--1,000,183.34
1,009,787.41
133,986,702.70
1,020,233.66
--6,690,000.00
-8,698,962.77
1,031,988.90
6,728,320 74
6,757,68a40
6,791,035.38
6,825,92082
4,978,285.61 -.--

$1,751,67a 27
.543,418.82
674,534,378. 36
1,717,88a 55
99a 92a 53
-1,023,781.08
66,993,351.35
1,755,011.31
1,733,002.19
1,033,653.15

-

118,703,809.00
103,114,576,01
17,844,500.00

87,083,557.00
79,898,023.95
22,174,000.^00

102,385,122.75
87,505,968.17
17,023,000.00

94,772, .511.50
82,581,145.24
17,870,500.00

93,495,968.25
81,083,815,06
20,032,500.00

1,031,891,407.50
892,151,25a 93
202,165,500.00

1,028,662,614,00
853,058,74L 24
189,951,000.00

298,348,561.57
18,858,87013

237,445,556.64
13,919,043.58

302,76a846.27
17,820,764.57

266,786,187.76
14,714,813.55

272,368,287.30
13,895,37L98

3,215,788,398.56
177,143,709.81

3,12a 381,643.87
168,428,083.01

18,749,99a 93
15,109,852.98

15,167,634.61
13,715,294.38

18,080,112.48
15,071,747,10

15,651,738.49
12,87a551.52

14,972,42L45
12,677,482.67

182,298,337.69
150,798,043.54

164,183,806.13
130,288,509.05

149,141.25
3a 12a 55

98,05a 50
19,966.11

158,193.00
33,151.00

147,318,75
32,14L23

114,918.75
24,927.98

1,348,386.75
262,446.07

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Expenditures (retirements)
Public issues—Continued
Noimiarketable—Continued
U.S. savings bonds—Con.
Unclassified:
Cash
Exchanges:
Series E , F , a n d J for
series H
U.S. savings stamps

J u l y 1972

A u g u s t 1972

S e p t e m b e r 1972

O c t o b e r 1972

N o v e m b e r 1972

D e c e m b e r 1972

J a n u a r y 1973
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$23,527,55a 22

$14,092,812.46

-$46,026,235.13

-$17,017,092.62

$20,875,654.23.

8,019,653.40
121,566.55

-1,384,482.27
114,904.30

-4,156,752.78
101,203.20

733,950 27
78,288.25

3,603,108.78
103,112.98

- $ 1 8 , 8 5 2 , 0 9 a 42

$105,758,211.54

-3,558,011.37
77,620 12

5,605,355.85
97,423.35

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4,928,103,98a 24

2,655,563,713.00

928,000.00

1,078,000.00

2,653,409,881.29

2,948,790,488.45

2,035,842,486.90

2,988,82a 030 03

2,874,227,756.49
=

1,301,000.00
.,

180,000 00
.

688,000.00

4,563,00a00

Exchanges:
Treasury bonds, investment seriesT^otfil nonTTirirkf*tfi.V)lG
issues
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4,927,031,98a 24

2,856,641,713.00

2,853,498,88L 29

2 , 9 5 a 091,486. 45

Total pubhc issues... 22,808,212,647. 74
Special issues:
Civil service rerirement fund
338,919,000.00
Employees health benefits fund. 134,814,000. 00
Employees life insurance fund-.-25,198,000.00
Exchange Stabilization Fund
1,457,409,140 89
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
273,852,000. 00
Federal disability insurance trust
fund
39a 545,000.00
^Federal home loan banks-..
82,782,000.00
Federal hospital in'Surance trust
fund.
-578,497,000.00
Federal Housing Administration
fund-.-2,743,000,00
Federal old-age and survivors

38,890,500,945. 75

19,609,672,300. 54

22.864,384,154. 70

2,036,022,486.90

2, 989,508,03a 03

2,878,790,758.49

20,758,511,124. 28

22, 642,559,613. 99

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368,507,000.00
259,839,000.00
31,79a O O 00
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1,787,871,766.30
421,325,000. 00

397,096,000.00
148,585, OOa 00
107,82a 000.00
2,084,995,05a 75
272,893,000. 00

388,493,000.00
122,374,000.00

467,522,000.00
57,757,000.00

27,705,000.00
3a 979,000.00

434,188,000.00

418,588,000.00

682,570,000.00

29,165,000.00

9,948,000.00

2a 686,000.00
137,937, O O 00
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3.5,612,000.00
2,843,922,852.25
148,894,000.00

14,88a000.00

25,628,419,052.15
384,567,000 00
151,784,000.00
47,646,000 00
2,784,363,471.80
335,322,000. 00

417,516,000 00
136,942,000.00
31,737,000 00
2,816,012,178.92
84,321,000. 00

352,839,000.00
125,235,000. 00
35,468,000 00
2,908,218,128.53
59,449, O O 00
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436,773,000.00
142,480,000 00

512,675,000.00
38,477,000.00

463,0ia00a00
35,292,000.00

704,911,000.00

488,958,000.00

527,413,000,00

6,997,000.00

7,001,000.00

3,006,976,000.00

3,018,27a 000.00

3,860,366,000.00

107,271,000.00

3,590,107,000 00

3,877,987, OOa 00

138,852,000.00

245,223,000.00

134,551,000.00

136,101,000.00

140,733,000.00

190,006, OOa 00

1,073,000.00
3,688,426,000.00
,
217,553,000.00

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February 1973

March 1973

Pubhc issues—Continued
Noimiarketable—Continued
U.S. savings bonds—Con,
Unoljissifiprl •
Cash
--Exchanges:
Series E, F, and J for
series H
U.S. savings stamps

-$84,814,118,57

$68,460,411.85

-3,9ia405.71
97,651.35
1,948,118,082.42

Subtotal

April 1973

May 1973

June 1973

Total, fiscal year
1973

Total, fiscal year
1972

-$45,588,096.98

$25,312,640 54

$21,082,331.46

$66,811,778.58

-$22,539,598.17

3,96a 554.40
103,784.25

-3,043,703.58
91,690 20

991,750 01
86,165.75

-405,23a 85
75,627.90

4,446,785.95
1,149,007.20

-2,242,198.70
1,983,397.25

2,884,875,784.98

2,269,155,227,29

6,949,22a 972.50

7,449,289,818.82

42,383,398,178.19

42,919,371,055.87

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Exchanges:
Treasury bonds, investment series

8,804,000,00

Total nonmarketable
issues
-..
1,9.58,922,082.42
Total public issues... 27, 270,257,528. 92

2,888,222,784.98
24,096,388,432. 71

569,000.00
2,269,724,227.29
24,566,998,158. 79

13,492,000.00
.

1,093,000.00

8,962,712,972.50
39,809,088,387. 50

7,450,382,818.62
27,341,310,009.87

34,130,000.00

36,918,000 00
.

42,417,528,178.19
314, 086,260,354.94

42,956,289,055.87
309,325,883,541. 37

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Special issues:
Civil service rerirement fund
377,960,000.00
Employees health benefits fund..
135,762,000.00
Employees hfe insurance fund...
45.157,000.00
Exchange Stabihzarion Fund
3,275,952,527.83
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.. . 203,511,000.00
Federal disability insurance
trustfund
484,844,000.00
Federal home loan banks
149,824,000.00
Federal hospital insurance trust
fund
.661,981,000.00
Federal Housing Administration
fund
1,490,000.00
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
3,674,414,000.00
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.
250,579,000.00




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" lia083,000.00
73.585.000.00
2,95a 338,631. 48
301,833,000.00

375,116,000.00
108,735,000.00
57,551,000.00
2,952,738,976.10
226,735,000.00

383,736,000.00
102,518,000.00
48,92a000,00
2,921,394, 400. 60
227,853,000.00

2,617,184, OQp. 00
175,325,000 00
66,658,000.00
2,934,100,317.12
316,888,000.00

6,434,147,000.00
1,727,357,000.00
607,14a 000.00
31,697,317,460 37
2,850,656,000.00

8,537,537,000.00
1,427,169,000.00
663,207,000.00
26,596,833,347. 82
2,930,421,000.00

502,776,000.00
45,357,000.00

487,131,000.00
52,805,000.00

568,791,000.00
3,253,000.00

1,306,012,000.00
6,325,000.00

6,016,088,000.00
776,685,000.00

5,109,922,000 00
1,50-5,493,000.00

557,224,000.00

779,544,000.00

675,107,000.00

2,790,146,000.00

9,275,125,000.00

6,610,049,000 00

1,202,000.00

15,782,000.00

18,711,000.00

3,118,000.00

109,868,000.00

49,643,000.00

3,988,732,000.00

4,059,708,000.00

5,236,789,000.00

8,242,780,000.00

48,311,838,000.00

38,085,439,000.00

126,406,000.00

81,183,000.00

209,823,000.00

11,541,000.00

1,882,351,000.00

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Expenditures (retirements)

J u l y 1972

A u g u s t 1972

S e p t e m b e r 1972

October 1972

N o v e m b e r 1972

D e c e m b e r 1972

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Federal supplementary medical
$218, 298,000. 00
insurance trust fund
2,324,000.00
Foreign service retirement fund..
GSA participation cerrificate
trust
-Government hfe insurance fund..
2,997, 000. 00
Highway trust fund
586, 839, OOO 00
National service hfe insurance
fund
1, 352, 505,000. 00
Postal service fund
168,334, OOO 00
Railroad retirement account
Railroad retirement
holding
account
Railroad retirement supplemen6, 643,000. 00
tal account
-- .
Servicemen's group life insurance
fund
'""'494,"367V666.'66'
Unemployment trust fund
Veterans reopened insurance fund..
Veterans special life insurance
fund
- -Washington Metropolitan Area
Transit Authority
Total special issues
Other issues:
Federal Reserve banks
International Monetary
notes
Other--Total other issues

.

9, 242, 674,149. 89

$178.308,000. 00
2, 748,000. 00

$175,274,000.00
2, 577,000.00

$301,580,000.00
2,354,000.00

$239, 767, 000. 00
2, 446. ooa 00

$215,814,000. 00
2, 483,000. 00

$230. 543, OOO 00
2, 419, 000. 00

188,666.67
4,917,000. 00
356, 278, 000. 00

297,305. 00
4, 983, ooa 00
343, 284, 000. 00

4, 929,000. 00
443, 782,000. 00
199, 885, 000. 00

11, 976, 000. 00
1,116,226,000 00
220,104,000. 00

3,974,000. 00
433, 087,000. 00

2,975, 000.00
492,812, 000. 00

4,942,000.00
568,093,000. 00

245,625. 00
2, 959,000. 00'
421,818, 000. 00

2, 085,413, 000. 00
» 253,487, ooa 00

1,864, 381,000. 00
177, 919,000. 00

1,852,228, OOO 00
8,852,000. 00

99,000. 00
463, 935, ooa 00
228, 699, 000.',00

1,990, ooa 00

34, ooa 00

7,348,000. 00
5, 951,000. 00
4.38,878,000. 00

1,914,000.00 . - 6,399,000. 00

8, 712, 000. 00 987, ooa 00
364, 932, OOO 00

983,000.00
344,914,000. 00

6, 592,000. 00

978,000. 00
347,879, 000.00

973, 000.00
444, 284, OCO. 00

996, 000. 00
809,625, ooa 00

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10,495, 8 i a 766. 30

11,046, 513,059. 75

7, 284,283,852. 25

75,185,28a 27

50, 000, 000. 00

10,542,820,098. 60

10,314,859,105.88

10,992, 201,433. 53

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343,236. 00

283, 521. 00

221. 949. 00

273, 821.00

219,394.00

203,124. 00

281,365.00

38,443,236. 00

283, 521. 00

221, 949. 00

273, 821. 00

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47,386,593,077.05

30, 694,628, 598. 29

5,123,459,611. 93

3,055, 510,882. 52

- 1 , 493,113, 47a 75

30,148,931,527.95

38,171,461,097. 75

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7,671,000 00

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92, 000. 00

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6,000,469, 643. 43

4,300,632,548. 76

31,073,844,051.14
5,050, 845, 964. 61

33,634, 981. 441. 52
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February 1973

March 1973

April 1973

May 1973

June 1973

Total, fiscal year
19/3

Special issues—Continued
Federal supplementary medical
insurance trust fund
Foreign service rerirement fund-.
GSA participation certificate
trust
Government
hfe
insurance
fund
Highway trust fundNational service life insurance
fund
Postal service fund-Railroad rerirement account
Railroad retirement holding account
Railroad
retirement
supplemental accountServicemen's group hfe insurance
fund
Unemployment trust fund
Veterans reopened insurance
fund.Veterans special life insurance
fund
Washington Metropolitan Area
Transit Authority

$218,641,000.00
3,475,000.00

$218,136,000.00
2,751,000.00

$241,738,000.00
2,718,000.00

$511,108, OOa 00
2,231,000.00

2,175,19a21

Fund

$2,964,7ia 000.00
31,185,000.00

1<J72

$2,724,021,000.00
27, lll,00a00

2,868,345.95

10,023,798.14

3,950,445.71

22,453,698.18

42,181,072.86-

6,971,000.00
235,994, OOa 00

5,951,000.00
272,885,000.00

5,439,000.00
375,472,000.00

7,397,000.00
320,030,000.00

37,626,000.00
5,976,130,000.00

90,131,000.00 ^
10,360,498,000.00

8a934,000.00
9,368,373,000.00

6,956,000.00
414,981,000.00
205,858,000.00

10,899,00a00
896,178,000.00
217,458,000.00

15,334,000.00
1,031,127,000.00
213,822,000.00

10,879,000.00
968,207,000.00
213, 515,000.00

531,015,000.00
881,322,000.00
1,127,807,000.00

592,087,000.00
13,130,225,000.00
3,235, 518,000.00

585,035,000.00
7,778,402,000.00
2,818,752,000.00

2,497,000.00

38,000.00

6,764,000.00

7,286,000.00

6,943,000.00

535,000.00
514,114,000.00

539,257,000.00

461,563,000.00

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50,000,000.00

125,000,000.00
11,328,473,977.43

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3,773,000.00

12,703,000.00

11,485,000.00

8,934,000.00

45,309,000.00

114,801,000.00

95,987,000 09

342,630,000.00
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8,743,938,000.00

11,403,000.00 13,866,179,000.00
13,705,284,000.00

57,238,000.00

57,238,000.00

51,838,000.00

75,207,000.00

-

75,207,000.00

70,545,000.00

36,265,213,015.30

152,547,608,793.50

75,000,000.00...11,812,4ia 772.24
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475,185, 26a 27

12,515,081,848.31
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38,100,000.00

123,92a00

312,54a00

340,211.00

254,562.00

297,586.00

3,155,238.00

3,808,183.68

123,929.00

312,54a 00

340,211.00

254,562.00

297,586.00

41,255,238.00

3,808,183.86

Total public debt expenditures
-

38,177,658,173.96

35,425,154,95a 14

36,179,768,142.03

52,324,402,795.81

63,808,820,811.17

466,675,124,386.44

437,225,396,072.65

Excess of receipts, or expenditures
(-)

4,770,344,984.74

3,788,108,675.23

-1,543,148,704.34

275,163,742.51

803,193,448.61

30,881,144,371.59

29,130,716,733.65

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10,907,276,718.04

Total special issues-Other issues:
Federal Reserve banks
International Monetary
notes--1
Other....

$217,516,000.00
2,863,000.00

Total, fiscal year

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[On basis of P u b l i c D e b t a c c o u n t s , see " B a s e s of T a b l e s " !
Issues

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1972

Issues d u r i n g
year

Redemptions
d u r i n g year

Transferred to
matured debt

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 19731

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INTEREST-BEARING DEBT
Public Issues
Marketable:
T r e a s u r y bills, series m a t u r i n g :2
Regular weekly:
J u l y 6, 1972 ( S t r i p issue) 3
J u l y 6, 1972
J u l y 13, 1972
J u l y 9 0 1972
TnUr 20, 1Q79
J u l y 27, 1972
Regular monthly:
J u l y 3 1 , 1972
Regular weekly:
A u g . 3,1972-A u g . 10, 1972
A u g . 17, 1972
A u g . 24, 1972
Regular m o n t h l y :
A u g . 31, 1972..
Regular weekly:
Sept. 7, 1972
Sept. 14, 1972
S e p t . 21, 1972...
Sept. 28, 1972
Regular monthly:
Sept. 30, 1972.
R e g u l a r weekly:
Oct. 5, 1972.
O c t . 12, 1972
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O c t . 19, 1972
Oct.26,1972
Regular monthly:
O c t . 3 1 , 1972
Regular weekly:
N o v . 2, 1 9 7 2 - - -N o v . 9,1972-N o v . 16, 1972
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4 3,902,885,000.00
3,901,505,000.00
3,901,915,000 00
2 QOI Ql.^^ 0 0 0 0 0
3,903,330,000.00

-

--.-...

1,702,645,000.00

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-...-.
.---

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-

-.-.

1,702,580,000.00

$85,000.00
10,000.00
20,000.00 -

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3,901,275,000.00
3,900,925,000.00
4,101,115,000.00
4,102,370,000.00

5,797,825,000.00

-

5,797,795,000.00

30,000.00

4,101,755,000.00 4,101,190,000.00
4,101,700,000.00
4,105,320,000.00

3,901,285,000.00
3,900,925,000.00
4,101,135,000.00
4,102,37a 000. 00 ---

1,702,030,000 00
-

1,800,340,000.00
1,800,825,000.00
1,800,855,000.00
1,800, 50a 000. 00

---

---

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4,101,755,000 00
4 , 1 0 1 , 2 i a OOa 00
4,101,700,000.00
4,105,320,000.00

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3,902,885,000.00
3,901,505,000.00
9. QOI Ql.^ 0 0 0 0 0
3,901,915,000.00
3,903,330,000.00

1,800,630,000.00
1,800,365,000.00
1,800,580,000.00
1,800,905,000 00

-.

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-

-.

2a000.00

1,702,020,OOa00
4,097,770,000.00
4,101,700,000.00
4,101,405,000.00
4,101,700, OOa 00

10,000.00

1,700,015,000.00

155,000.00

2,301,125,000 00
2,299,060,000.00
2,301,145,000.00
2,301,775,000.00

4,101,705,000.00
4,099,415,000.00
4,101,7*25,000.00
4,102,680, OOa 00

-..

10,000.00

$2,297,430,000.00
2,300,875,000.00
2,300,55a OOa 00
2,301,210,000.00

1,700,170,000.00

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50,000.00.-10,00a00
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N o v . 30, 1972
Regular weekly:
D e c 7, 1972
D e c . 14, 1972
D e c . 21, 1972
D e c . 28, 1972
Regular monthly:
D e c . 31, 1972
Regular weekly:
J a n . 4, 1973
J a n . 11, 1973
J a n . 18, 1973
Jari. 25, 1973
Regular monthly:
J a n . 3 1 , 1973
Regular weekly:
F e b . 1, 1973-.
F e b . 8, 1973
F e b . 15, 1973.
F e b . 22, 1973
Regular monthly:
F e b . 28, 1973
Regular weekly:
Mar. 1, 1973-Mar. 8, 1973
Mar. 15, 1973
Mar. 22, 1973...
Mar. 29, 1973
Regular monthly:
Mar. 31, 1973
R e g u l a r weekly:
A p r . 5, 1973
A p r . 12, 1973
A p r . 19, 1973
T a x anticipation:
A p r . 20, 1973R e g u l a r weekly:
A p r . 28, 1973
Regular monthly:
A p r . 30, 1973
Regular weekly:
M a y 3, 1973
M a y 10, 1973
M a y 17, 1973
M a y 24, 1973
Regular monthly:
M a y 31, 1973-

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70,000 00 10,000.00 --

4, 09a 250,000. 00
4,103,200,000 00
4,080,505,000.00
4,101,080,000.00
1,700,280,000.00

4 a 000. 00

4,200,775,000.00
4,201, .545,000. 00
4,202,575,000.00
4,202,090,000.00

4,200,775,000.00
4,201,535,000.00
4,202,485,000 00
4,201,990,000.00

10,00000
90,000.00

-

1,700,640,000.00

25,000.00

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4,201,885,000.00
4,205,515,000.00
4,202,855,000.00
4,207,23.5,000.00
4,205,120,000.00

-

5,803,455,000.00
4,222,715,000 00
4,103,795,000 00
4,102,925,000.00
4, lOa 030,000. 00

4,099,380,000.00
4,103,33a 000. 00
4,080,590,000.00
4,101,200,000.00

-

2,301,295,000.00
2,422,520,000.00
2,302,200,000 00
2,300,850,000.00
2,300,57a 000. 00

4,201,645,000.00
4,205,080,000.00
4,202,780,000.00
4,207,225,000.00
4,204,855,000.00

40,00000
435,000 00
75,00000
10,00000 265,000.00

1,701,835,000.00

95,000.00

4,202,790,000.00
4,204,960,000 00
4,201,450,000.00

4,202,780,000 00
4,204,74a OOO 00
4,201,330,000.00

10,000.00 220,00000
120,000.00

2,012,485,000.00

-

2,007,255,000.00

1,701,030,000.00
-

-

-.-

-.-

-.-

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1,701,010,000.00

1,700,320,000.00

-..-

-

1,700,685,000.00
-

-

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-

--

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1,701,930,000.00

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-

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1,200,180,000.00

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4,200,490,000.00

500,180,000.00

1,699,855,000.00

175,000.00

4,303,150,000.00
4,303,270,000.00
4,304,335,000.00
4,301,240,000.00

1,199,850,000.00

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20,000.00
130,000.00
130,000 00
85,000.00
120,000 00 - . -

4,200,830,000.00

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3,502,230,000.00
1,800,205,000.00
1,801,595,000.00
1,802,075,000.00
1,799,460,000.00

-

4,302,990,000.00
4,302,625,000.00
4,304,300,000.00
4,300,955,000.00

16a OOO 00
645,000.00
35,000.00
285,000.00

4,804,800,000.00

6,004, 211, OOa 00

7 8 a 000. 00

340,000.00

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Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1972

Issues

INTEREST-BEARING

Issues d u r i n g
year

Redemptions
d u r i n g year

to
Transferred t o
matured debt

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1973 i

DEBT-Continued
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Marketable—Continued
T r e a s u r y bills, series m a t u r i n g 2—Continued
Regular weekly:
J u n e 7, 1973
J u n e 14, 1973
-.-J u n e 21, 1973..
T a x anticipation:
J u n e 22, 1973
^R e g u l a r weekly:
J u n e 28, 1973
-..Regular m o n t h l y :
^
J u n e 3 0 , 1973 5
Regular weekly:
J u l y s , 1973
J u l y 12, 1973
J u l y 19, 1973
July-26, 1973
Regular monthly:
J u l y 31, 1973R e g u l a r weekly:
Aug. 2, 1973-Aug. 9, 1973
Aug. 16. 1973
Aug. 23, 1973
Regular m o n t h l y :
A u g . 28, 1973-Regular weekly:
A u g . 30, 1973.---Sept. 6, 1973
..Sept. 13, 1973
-..
Sept. 20, 1973...
Regular m o n t h l y :
Sept. 25, 1973
Regular weekly:
Sept. 27, 1973
Oct. 4, 1973
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4,302,385, OOa 00
4,306,315,000.00

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.$4, 288,555,000. 00
4,301,885,000.00
4,304,450,000. 00

$815,000.00
500,000.00
1,865,00000

2,50a 835,000. 00
-.$1,201,235,000.00

2,508,592,000.00

1,243,000.00

4,304,990,000.00

-

4, 287,490,000. 00

2
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17,500,000.00

499,895.000.00

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$1,701,130, OOO 00

4,302,-525,000 00
4,302,580,000.00
4,304,315.000 00
4,299,725,000.00

4,302, 525, 000. 00
4,302,580. 000. 00
4,304,315, OOO 00
4, 299,725, 000. 00

1,701,520,000.00

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4,301,885,000.00
4,305,425,000.00
4,303,570,000.00
4,302,280,000.00

4,301,885,000. 00
4,305,425,000. 00
4,303,570,000. 00
4,302, 280,000. 00

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1,803,370,000. 00

4,302,405,000.00
4,301,495,000 00
4,303,405,000.00
4,302,420,000.00

4,302,405,000. 00
4,301,495,000. 00
4,303,405,000. 00
4,302,420, 000. 00

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-

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1,800,510,000. 00

4,309,780,000 00
1,800,975,000 00
1,800,695,000.00
1,800,340,000.00

4,309,780, 000. 00
1,800,975,000. 00
1,800, 695,000. 00
1,800,34a 000. 00

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Oct, 23, 1973
Regular weekly:
Oct. 25, 1973N o v . 1, 1973
N o v . 8, 1973
N o v . 15, 1973
Regular monthly:
N o v . 20, 1973
Regular weekly:
N o v . 23, 1973
N o v . 29, 1973
D e c . 6, 1973
D e c . 13, 1973
Regular monthly:
D e c . 18, 1973
Regular weekly:
D e c . 20, 1973
D e c 27, 1973-.
Regular m o n t h l y :
J a n . 15, 1974
F e b . 12, 1974
Mar. 12, 1974
A p r . 9, 1974
M a y 5, 1974.

-

1,802,480,000.00
-

-

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-

--.

-

-

-

-

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94,647,890,000.00

---

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1,799,345,000.00
1,800,645,000.00
1,801,695,000.00
1,692,665,000.00

--

1,802,050,000.00
-

-

-

-

-.

-

1,800,470, OOa 00

.-.-

1,700,87a000. 00
1,701,130,000.00

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Total Treasury bills.T r e a s u r y notes:
5 % Series E-1972
6% Series F-1972
7 M % Series A - 1 9 7 3 . 8 H % Series B-19736 M % Series C-1973
4>s% Series D-1973
4 M % Series E-1973
5 ^ % Series A-1974
fy>A% Series B-1974
7 ^ % Series C-1974
VA% Series D-1974
6% Series E-1974
53^% Series F-1974
5 M % Series A-1975
8% Series B-1975
5J^% Series C-1975
7 % Series D-1975
5 K Series E-1975

1,802,050,000.00
1,700,955,000.00
1,702,030,000.00 1,707,440,000.00
1,700,840,000.00

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.-

1,802,480, OOa 00

1,799,345,000 00
1,800,845,000.00 - - 1,801,895,000.00
1,692,885,000.00

1,800,470,000.00
-

-.-

1,700,870,000.00
1,701,130,000 00

-

1,803,975,000.00
1,801,085,000.00
1,790,265,000.00
1,801,775,000.00
1,800,435, OOa 00
244,154,110,000.00

2,574,393,000.00
2,285,275,OOa00
-5,843,69.5,000.00
1,83a 104,000.00
2,514,231,000.00
4,287,854,000.00
--.
3,792,411,000.00
..-.
7,212,022,000.00
-10,283,922,000.00 --2,96a 08a 000. 00 4,333,506,000.00
---2,08a 18a 000. 00 2,101,728,000.00
5,148,443,000.00
8,759,985,000.00
---7,678,594,000.00
3,114,603,000.00
2,045,169,000.00

1,700,955.000.00
1,702,03a 000. 00
1,707,44a 000. 00
1,700,84a OOO 00

1,803,975,000.00
1,801,085, OOa 00
1,790,285,000.00
1,801,775,000 00
1,800,435,000.00
238,70a 458,000.00

32,042,000 00

2,573,819,000.00
2,284,962,000.00
.5,818,308,000.00

100,060,500,000.00

574,000.00
313,000.00
25,387,000.00
1,839,104, OOa 00

2,513,388,000.00
4, 287,4ia 000. 00
3,79a 698,000. 00
1,789,54a 000. 00

883,000.00 435,000.00
1,713,000.00

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1,133,818,000.00
1,000.00

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l a 283, 922,000. 00
2,98a 08a 000. 00
4,333,506,000.00
2,06a 18a000. 00
2,101,728,000.00
4,014,627,000.00
6, 75a 984,000. 00
7,678,594,000 00
3,114,803,000.00
1,221,562,000.00
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Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1972

Issues

INTEREST-BEARING

Issues d u r i n g
year

Redemptions
d u r i n g year

00
Transferred to
matured debt

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1973 i

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M a r k e t a b l e — C onti n u e d
Treasury notes—Continued
5V8% Series F-1975
6 K % Series A-1976
6 ^ % Series B-1976
7M% Series C-1976
6 ^ % Series D-1976
5 H % Series E-1976
5J^% Series F-1976
63^%'Series G-1976
8% Series A-1977
7M% Series B-1977
6 K % Series A-1978
6% Series B-1978
6J^% Series A-1979
8 ^ % Series B-1979
83^% Series A-1980
l ^ % Series E 0 - 1 9 7 2 . . . .
1 ^ % Series E A - 1 9 7 3 . . . .
1 H % Series E 0 - 1 9 7 3 . . . .
13^% Series EA-1974
1M% Series E 0 - 1 9 7 4 . . - 1M% Series E A - 1 9 7 5 - . - VA7o Series E 0-1975
1 K % Series EA-1976
1M% Series E 0-1976
1M% Series E A - 1 9 7 7 . . . 1 K % Series E O - 1 9 7 7 . . . .
1 H % Series E A - 1 9 7 8 . . . .
T o t a l T r e a s u r y notes
Treasury bonds:
23^% of 1967-72 (dated Oct. 20, 1941)..
23^% of 1967-72 ( d a t e d N o v . 15, 1945).
4 % of 1972 (dated Sept. 15, 1962)
4 % of 1973
4 H % of 1 9 7 3 . . . 43^% of 1 9 7 4 . . . .




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3,738.758,000.00
2,697,018,000.00
4,193,599,000.00
1,283, 296,000. 00
2,802,404,000. 00

$1, 778,409,000. 00
3, 738, 758, 000. 00
2, 897, 016, OOO 00
4,193, 599, OOO 00
4,324, 602, OOO 00
2,802,404, OOO 00
4, 945, 003, OOO 00
3,882, 930,000. 00
5,162,870,000. 00
2, 264,141, 000. 00
8, 388, 504, 000. 00
8, 207,497,000. 00
4,558, 922, OOO 00
1,603,738,000 00
7,264, 553, OOO 00

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$3,041,308,000.00
.
4,945,003,000.00 .
3,882,930,000.00

5,162,870,000. 00
2, 264,141, 000. 00
8,388,504,000. 00
8,207,497,000.00

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4,558,922,000.00
1,603,738,000.00
7,264,553,000. 00

33,217,000.00
33, 7.5a 000. 00
2 a 764,000. 00
33,883,000.00
41,702,000.00
7,945,000.00
30,394,000. 00
27,417,000.00
l a 554,000. 00
3,052,000. 00

$33, 203,000. 00
33,687,000. 00

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$14,000. 00 .
63,000 00 .
29, 764,000. 00
33,883, OOO 00
41,702,000.00
7, 945,000. 00
30,394,000. 00
27, 417, OOO 00
10, 554, 000. 00
5, 040, OOO 00
16, 923, OOO 00
14, 738,000. 00

1,988,000.00 .
16,923,000.00 .
14,738,000.00 .

113,419,45a OOO 00

2 a 492,018, OOO 00

25,042,437,000 00

29,382,000. 00

117,839, 678,000. 00

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2,546,90a 500. 00
1,453,264,500. 00
3,893,832,500. 00
4,339,429,500.00
2,467,510,500. 00

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1,942,785,250 00
2,507,081,000. 00
1,450,618, OOO 00
1,500.00 .
3,028,500. 00 .
85a 500. 00 -

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7,922,000 00 .
3 a 848,500. 00 .
2,848,500.00 .

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3,893,831,000 00
4,336,403,000. 00
2,466, 680, OOO 00

434% of 1974
33^8% of 1974..434% of 1975-85
1--.
334% of 1978-834 % of 19803 3 ^ % of 1980
7 % of 1 9 8 1 6 H % o f 1982
6 H % o f 1984
334% of 1 9 8 5 . . . .
6 3 ^ % of 1986
-.4 M % of 1987-92.4 % of 1988-93
4 3 ^ % of 1989-94
3 M % o f 1990-..6 ^ % of 1993
7% of 1993-98
3 % of 1995
3 3 ^ % of 1998

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2,852,987,500.00
2,238,354,000.00
1,207,708,500.00
1,514,357,500.00
2,582,893,500.00
1,899,887,000.00
806,934,000.00
2,702,198,000.00

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3,394,500.'00
1,022,271,500.00
3,721,000.00
22,708,000.00
5,865,500.00
2,141,000.00

-

2,849,593,000.00
1,214,082,500.00
1,203,985,500.00
1,491,849,500.00
2,577,028,000.00
1,897,746,000.00
806,934,000.00
2,702,198,000.00
2,352,731,000.00
973,437,000 00
1,216,261,000.00
3,731,712,500 00
235,975,000.00
1,493,588, OOa 00
4,133.663,000 00
627,201,000.00
891,758,000.00
912,341,500.00
3,256,715,500.00

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2,352,731,000.00

1,013,151,500.00
1,216,281,000.00
3,778,296,000.00
242,172,000.00
1,528,853,000.00
4,385,210,500.00

39,714,500.00

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46,583,50a00
6,197,000.00
35,265,000.00 . - 251,547,500.00 . . 827,201,000.00
691,756,000.00

1,017,291,500.00
3,485,715,500.00

104,95a 000. 00
229,000,000.00

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49,121,92a 750 00

Nonmarketable:
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s :
3.50% foreign series
3.55% foreign series
3.80% foreign series
3.70% foreign series
3.80% foreign series
3.85% foreign series
3.95% foreign series
4.05% foreign series
-4.10% foreign series
4.15% foreign series
4.35% foreign series
_
4.50% foreign series
4.60% foreign s e r i e s - - . 4.85% foreign series
4.70% foreign series
4.75% foreign series
4,80% foreign series
4.85% foreign series
5.10% foreign series5.15% foreign series-5.20% foreign s e r i e s - . .

7,677,701,75a 00

50,417,000.00

45,065,490,000.00

257,189,269,75a 00

T o t a l m a r k e t a b l e issues

3,671,688,000.00
277,317,816,000 00

271,42a 598,75a 00

111,821,000.00

262,985,668,000.00

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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
1,813,000,000.00
878,000,000.00

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75,000,000.00

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55,000,000.00
2,874,157,081.57
90,000,000.00
320,000,000.00
1,491,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
771,000,000.00
1,813,000,000.00
175,000,000.00
125,000,000.00
343,000,000.00
737,000,000.00
1,405,000,000.00
1,000,000,000.00
783,000, OOa 00

225,000,000.00 - - 25,000,000.00
55,000,000.00 1,778,000,000.00
789,000,000.00
662,000,000.00
4,487,157,081.57
968,000, OOa 00
320,000, OOa 00
1,491,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
75,000,000.00
771,000,000.00
1,813,000,000.00 -175,000,000.00
125,000, OOa 00
343,000,000.00
737,000,000.00
1,405,000,000.00
1,000,000,000.00
783,000,000.00

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Issues

INTEREST-BEARING

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1972

Issues d u r i n g
year

Redemptions
d u r i n g year

Transferred to
matured debt

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1973 i

DEBT-Continued
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Nonmarketable—Continued
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s — C o n t i n u e d
5.30% foreign series
5.40% foreign series
-. 5.45% foreign series--5.65% foreign series
5.70% foreign series
5.90% foreign series
6.15% foreigii series
6.20% foreign series
6.25% foreign series
6.30% foreign series
6.35% foreign series
6.45% foreign series
6.55% foreign series
--8.90% foreign series
7.15% foreign series
7.25% foreign series
7.30% foreign series
T o t a l foreign series certificates
Treasury notes:
2.50% foreign
4.25% foreign
4.30% foreign
4.60% foreign
4.65% foreign
4.87% foreign
4.70% foreign
4.75% foreign
4.80% foreign
4.95% foreign
5.00% foreign
5.05% foreign
5.35% foreign
5.40% foreign
5.50% foreign




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23,000,000. 00
3, 700,789,177.50
25, 000, OOC. 00
2,232,803,057.13
3, 422, 000,000. 00
1, 808, 000,000. 00
626, 000, 000. 00
25,000,000.00
488,000,000.00
1,437, 000, 000. 00
3,718,000,000.00
663, 000, 000. 00
100,000,000.00
3, 402, 000,000.00
1,572, 200,000.00
689,000,000.00

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526,000,000. 00
25, 000, 000. 00
488, 000, 000. 00

1,437,000,000.00.
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158, 373,190. 59
150,000,000.00
190,000,000.00
175, ooa 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

$673,000,000.00
23,000,000.00
3,700, 789,177. 50
25,000,000.00
2,232,803,057.13
3,422,000,000.00

3,716,000,000. 00
44, 000, 000. 00
100, 000, 000. 00
3,402, 000, 000. 00
1,572,200,000. 00
689, 000, 000. 00
12,148, 200, 000. 00

30,339,749,316.20

511,847,713.97

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150,000,000.00 ,
190,000,000 00 .

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200, 000,000. 00
10,000,000.00 .
400,000,000.00 .
8,000,000.00 .

175,000,000.00 .
200,000, 000. 00
200,000,000.00
300,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
200,000,000.00 .
200, 000,000, 00

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10, 000,000. 00
400,000,000.00 .
8,000,000.00 .

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5.70% foreign series
5.75% foreign series
5.80% foreign series
5.85% foreign series
5.875% foreign series...
5.90%, foreign series---5.93% foreign series
5.94% foreign series
5.95% foreign series
5.97% foreign series
6.00% foreign series
6.05% foreign series
6.10% fore gn series
6.15% foreign series
6.20% foreign series--6.25%foreign series6.30% foreign series
6.45% foreign series
6.55% foreign series--6.60% foreign series-.6.85% foreign series
6.70%o foreign series
6.75% foreign series
6.80% foreign series
6.85% foreign series.
6.95% foreign series
7.00% foreign series-.-7.10% foreignseries

12,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
200,000,000,00

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100,000,000.00
600,000,000.00
20,000,000.00
117,000,000.00
200,000,000.00

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100,000,000.00
1,850,000,000.00
1,250,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
800,000,000.00
600,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
800,000,000.00 . .
200,000,000.00
200,000,000,00
200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
-.
10,887,726.943.27

400,000,000.00

400,000,000.00

12,000,000.00

500,000,000.00

200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
.-

200,000,000.00
1,200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00

100,000,000.00
600,000,000.00

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Trensury notes:
2.0.51% foreign currency series.
3,05% foreign currency series.
4.15% foreign currency series
4.50% foreign currency series
See footnotes a t end of table.




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110,982,062.20 55,699,481.87
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166,681,544.07
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153,000,000.00
153,000,000.00
147,890,946.50 - . .
24,738,587.10

200,000,000.00
1,200,000, OOa 00
200,000,000.00
1,100,000,000.00

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600,000,000.00
34a000,000.00
200,000,000.00
7,328,847,713.97

3,382,000,000.00.

56,878,306.88
113,997,87a 11
124,421,296.30
62,2ia648.15 . . 357,508,13a 44
19,395,95a04
1,018,460.55

600,000,000.00
500,000,000.00
500, OOa 000.00
300,000,000.00
1,250,000,000.00
1,250,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
800.000,000.00
600,000,000.00
200,000.000.00
800,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
475,000,OOa 00
400,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
600,000,000.00
34a000,000.00
200,000,000.00
14,632,574,657.24

Certificates of indebtedness:
3.50% foreign currency series
3.625% foreign currency series
4.25% foreign currency series
r 4.375% foreign currency series
5.2.5% foreign currency series...
5.75% foreign currency series
Total foreign currency series certificates

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20,000,000.00
17,000,000.00
200,000,000.00 -

500,000,000.00
500,000,000 00
500,000,000.00
300,000,000.00

500,000,000.00

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500,000,000.00

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55,699,481.87
56,878,306.88
113,997,87a 11

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147,890,946.50
24,738,587.10

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62,210,648.15
186,631,944.45
172,395,95a04
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Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1972

Issues

INTEREST-BEARING

Issues d u r i n g
year

Transferred to
matured debt

Redemptions
d u r i n g year

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1973 i

DEBT-Continued
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Public Issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
Treasury notes—Continued
4.5.5% foreign c u r r e n c y series
4.77% foreign currency series
4.80% foreign currency series
4.85% foreign currency series
5.15% foreign currency "^eries
5.25% foreign currency series
5.28% foreign currency series
5.40% foreign currency series
5.4.5% foreign currency series
5.47% foreign currency series
5.50% foreign currency series
5.55% foreign currency series
5.6-5% foreign currency series
5.87% foreign currency scries
5.70% foreign currency series
5.73% foreign currency series
6.00% foreign currency series.
6.15% foreign currency s e r i e s . .
6.2.5% foreign currency series
6.35% foreign currency series
6.62.5% foreign currency series
8.70% foreign currency series
6.93% foreign currency series

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$37,615, 740.74
37,326,388. 89
$111,120,75a 00
43,426,500. 00
28,09a 500.00
33,208.500.00 .
78,500,000.00 ,

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274,608,750.00 .

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25,545,000.00 .
30,854,000.00 .
345,383,291.00

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274,608,75a 00 .

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57,476,250.00 .
153,000,000.00 .
28,099,500.00 .

28,935,185.19
342,881, 944. 44
25,545,000.00 .
30,654,000.00 .

45,834,625.67
102,7ia 907.41

1,90.5,811,254.99

88,993,351.35
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1. .556,483, 688.02
250,000,000. 00

1,009,787.41
264,953.28 .

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170,198, 9 i a 73
28,711.818. 24

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57,476.25a 00 .
153,000,000.00 .
28,099,500.00 .

1,000,163.34 .
" a 690,"000.'56'
86,993,351.35
1,020, 233. 68
8,698,982.77
6,728,320. 74

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49,189,814. 81

992,059,175.18

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102,719, 907.41

128,759,175.94 .
170,198,9ia 73 ,
28,711,816.24

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'3i,'828.'763.'70

"28,'935,'i85.'i9"
342,881.944.44

3.849% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u l y 3, 1972. 4.138% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g Oct. 3, 1972
1% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g D e c 15, 1972
4.89% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J a n . 1, 1973
4.35% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J a n . 2, 1973
4.801% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J a n . 3, 1973
5.16% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g F e b . 1, 1973.-5.89% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g Mar. 1, 1973




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33^% T r e a s u r y b o n d s .

$33,704,052.04
33,374,728.35
111,120,750.00
43,426,500.00
28,099,500.00
33,208, .500.00
76,500,000 00

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1,009,787.41
264,9.53.28
8, 89a 000. 00
133,988,702.70
1,02a 233. 66
6,698,962.77
6,728,32a 74

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5.163% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g A p r . 3, 1973
6.2,5% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g May 1, 19736.28% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 1, 1973
1% 'Treasury certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 15, 1973
3.50% T r e a s u r y cerrificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30,1973-. 3.50% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30,19736.89% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u l y 1, 1973
1% "Treasury certificates, m a t u r i n g D e c 15, 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, 1974
3.50% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30, 1974
T o t a l T r e a s u r y cerrificates
4 % T r e a s u r y notes

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57,848,022.26
320,120,412.12

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446,226,902.35

6,757,88a 40
1,031,988.90
6,791,03.5.36
6,825,92a 82
2,766,204.86
1,420,000.00
344,831,685.16
8,862,328.22
2 , 7 7 a 465.72
.5,758,388.07
383,473,1.52.86

6,757,68a 40
1,031,988.90
6,791,03.5.36
6,825,92a 82
2,766,204.86
59,268.022.26
664,952,097.28
4,976,285.81

838.438,493.30

910,768,348.39 . -

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190, 857,88a 69
846,154,891.22
1,328,157,49a 32
1,624,696,945.69
1,429,721,268.86
808,076,687.45
902,988,585.28
1,014,109,931.18
1,081, 709,34a 29
1,000,480,786.07
868,005,401.06
299,570,625.18
630,600,410.71
1,141,230,84a 94
1,219,828,478.27
1,313,847,432.43
1,304,838,478.58
116,239,959.00
1,163,104,381.45
1,349,17a 655.16
558,654,029.22
748,102,643.01
1,407,344,836.93
1,559,316,977.69
1,806,247,04a 05
1,99a 48a 628.67
1,955,952,568.82
1,731,751,652.55
185,513,727.80
2,189,401,004.73
2,207,282,087.38

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15,930,341.26
68,235,828.11 . 102,834,905.81
122,004,93a 80
106,144,021.14
60,359,751.25
86,891,528.91 . 74,287,554.18
78,100,781.50.71,818,797.88
61,958,915.59
21,592,996.57
48,347,255.88
81,516,721.38
84,487,729.96
92,252,913.11
91,248,792.05 . . . 8,453,727.10
81,148,096.40--.94,210,828.75
39,995,355.66
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52,665,573.40
99,955,450.39 113,899,881.39
124,874,473.70
147,372,023.49
158,695,306.17
138,896,955.15
13,214,648.89
143,455,42a 77
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155,944,178.07

373,897,047.28

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10,188,888.52
48,441,165.98
78,654,474.48
89,293,353.52
76,006,83a 31
42,176,117.11
46,315,461.10
51,330,522.88
56,877,73a73
54,184,448.28
46,792,211.31
16,294,443.55
35,041,111.21
68,577,476.57
67,738,83a 33
71,040,571.44
68,705,424.61
8,047,132.02
80,816,249.95
6 a 425,33a 36
28,807,511.97
38,308,774.83
71,032, 53a 21
80,013,787.88
88,133,362.43
107,424,215.98
104,605,646.24
118,151,3ia 83
13,206,497.06
131, 820,38a 22
107,433,18a 33

--.1,888,042.61
2 , 7 7 a 485.72
5,758,386.07
363,473,1.52.88

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U.S. savings bonds: ^
Series E-1941
Series E-1942
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1945
Series E - 1 9 4 6 . Series E-1947
Series E-1948
.--Series E - 1 9 4 9 --Series E-1950
Series E-1951
-Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to April)
Series E-1952 (May to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1953.
Series E-1954Series E-1955
Series E - 1 9 5 6 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-1959 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1980
--Series E-1961
Series E - 1 9 6 2 Series E - 1 9 8 3 Series E-1964
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
Series E-1985 ( D e c e m b e r )
Series E - 1 9 6 6 - - Series E - 1 9 6 7 - -..S e e f o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




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185,116,427.95
826,360,231.09
1,303,977,058.99
1,591,985,368.41
1,399,583,088.83
789,893,053.31
882,410,517.47
991,152,89a 88
1,080,286,298.52
982,846,418.67
850,838,698.78
294,272,072.18
8 i a 294,288.04
1,128,291,805.13
1,203,099,587.64
1,292,635,09a 76
1,282,295,111.14
113,833,363.92
1,142,572,535.00
1,324,394,158.77
547,288,185.53
731,745,844.44
1,378,421,925.75
1,525,430,884.18
1,587,505,928.78
1,95a 541,821.14
1,901,862,908.89
1,713,006,008.23
185,505.575.97
2,177,585,984.18
2,158,751,098.64

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June 30, 1972

Issues during
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Redemptions
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matured debt

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June 30, 1973 i
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INTEREST-BEARING

DEBT-Continued

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Public Issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
U . S . savings b o n d s « - C o n t i n u e d
Series E-1988 J a n u a r y t o M a y )
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 M a y )
Series E-1969 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1970 ( J a n u a r y t o M a y )
Series E-1970 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1971
Series E-1972
Series E - 1 9 7 3 . . . .
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
T o t a l Series E
Series
Series
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Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series

H-1952
H-1953....
.H-1954
H-1955
H-1956.H-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y t o D e c e m b e r ) .
H-1958
H-1959 ( J a n u a r y t o M a y )
H-1959 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
H-1960...
H-1961....
H-1962.
H-1963..
H-1964
H-1985 ( J a n u a r y t o N o v e m b e r ) . H-1965 ( D e c e m b e r )
H-1988.
H-1967
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H-1988 ( J a n u a r y t o M a y )
H-1968 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
H-1989 ( J a n u a r y to M a y )
H-1969 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
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$925, 554,221.42
1, 225, 719,923. 56
911,093,538.48
1, 259,072,131. 22
1,040, 819, 587.20
1, 577, 981,135. 71
3, 637, 513,978. 24
2, 239,980, 637. 50
28, 644, 757. 85

$44, 911, 868.92
59,440,176. 57
43, 803,436.88
60,881,825.01
48, 580, 530. 83
70,059,425. 76
157,153, 749.30
3, 564, 872,836. 55
2, 728, 240, 593. 75
6, 951,849. 83

$61,723,319.23
90,348,728.00
76,012, 786. 84
115,295,805.51
87,772,876.56
156,308,95a 35
478,874,384.94
1,520,775,567.56
319,638,581.25
68a 991.35

48,624,813,564.48

8,734,960,317.40

5,524,203,458.!

39,782,500.00
113, 751, ooa 00
212,628,000.00
299,997,500.00
289,448,000.00
22, 542, ooa 00
202,536,000.00
297,381,000.00
138,552,000.00
156,993,000.00
490,262,000.00
548,358,500.00
490, 809, 500. 00
475,78a50a00
438, 446, 50a 00
371,341,000.00
33,347,000.00
464,411,500.00
405,017,500.00
161,562,000.00
193,113, ooa 00
140, 838, 000. 00
173,801,500.00
163,858,000.00

2,44a50a00 .
7,271,000.00
12,179,000. 00
17, 572, 500. 00
15,74a50a00
1,275,500.00
' 12,415,500.00
17,7ia000.00
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8,833,000.00 .
26, 455, ooa 00 .
30,580, ooa 00 ,
35,383,000.00
29, 282, 500. 00 .
l a 023, ooa 00 .
16, 304, ooa 00 .
1,317,000.00 .
20,28a ooa 00 •
17, 338, ooa 00 .
7, 263, ooa 00 .
7,951,000.00 .
8,010, ooa 00 .
6.097, ooa 00 .
5,405, ooa 00 .

$908, 742, 789.11
1,194, 813,374.13
878, 884,188. 52
1, 204, 838,350. 72
1,001,827,241.27
1,491,733,611.12
3,315, 793,382. 80
4, 284, 077, 906. 49
2, 408, 802, 012. 50
34, 915, 616. 33

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37,333, 000. 00
108, 480, 000.00
200, 449, 000.00
282, 425,000. 00
253, 705, 500. 00
21, 288, 500. 00
190,12a 500. 00
279, 671, OOO 00
130, 732, 500.00
148,16a 000. 00
463, 807, 000. 00
515, 778, 500. 00
455, 226, 500. 00
446, 487, 000. 00
419, 423, 500. 00
355, 037, 000. 00
32, 030, 000. 00
444,122, 500. 00
387, 879, 500. 00
154, 299, 000. 00
185,162, ooa 00
134,828, 500. 00
187, 704, 500. 00
158, 453,000. 00

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Series H-1971—
Series H-1972—
Series H-1973
Unclassified sales and redemptions

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202,758,500.00
500,974,500.00
312,504,000.00
15,801,500.00

3,000.00
448,50a00
336,857,000.00
3ia 587,000.00
-l,871,O0aOO

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-

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7,334,381,000.00

854,825,000.00

370,524,500.00

55,959,194,564.46

-

9,38a 785,317.40

5,894,727.958.88

59,454, 251.922.98

5a233,948.42
58,181,302.20
114,625,706.88
247,691,268.11
74,890,964.21
-.30

2,995,172:73
2,925.004.38
7,067il8a20
12,378,806.38
3,569,601.26
2a55

a6.54,754.75
ia600,023.48
18,208,03L 18
24,568,116.32
8,773,438.81

.52,574,386.40
50,506,283.10
105,484,855.90
235,503,958.17
69,687,128.86
2a25

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Total Series H

-

Total U.S. savings bonds
U.S, savings notes: 6
Series S-1967
.
Series S-1968 (January to May)
Series S-1968 (June to December)
Series S-1989
---Series S-1970
Unclassified
-

.--

--

-...
-

--

6,866,500.00.
15,992,500.00
15,225,500.00
643,00a00
33,500.00

--

196,093,000.00
485,430,500.00
633,935,500.00
318,944,000.00
13,897,000.00

--.

-.-...

7,818, 881,50a 00

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554,823,18a 52

28,935,785.50

69,802,364.34

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513,756,610 68
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U.S. retirement plan bonds: ^
3.75%
4.15%
5%
Unclassified
Total U.S. retirement plan bonds

15,214,36a34
23,003,812.95
16,731,909.82
58,008.83
55,008,091.94

55a970 41
943,044.00
10,152,23a01
-l,45a00
11,653,803.42

840,84068
1,019,154.09
542,873.42
4,223.98
2,407,092.13

14,933,490 09
22,927,702.86
26,341,275.41
50,334.87
84,252,803.23

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Depositary bonds:
Firstseries

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24,360,000.00

27,6-58,000 00
33,748,000.00

2,275,421,000.00

63,895,000.00

61,130,000.00

2,785,000.00

2,309,169,000.00

75,885,00a00 -

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-

-

-

78,591,256,99a 80

55,522,954,573.14

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75,885,000.00

42,440,215,054,15

335,780,526,74a 80 332,840,770,573.14 313,889,811,804.15
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59,030,000.00

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8.804,00000

3a279,500.00

Treasury bonds—State and local government series (Various interest
rates)
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Total nonmarketable...-.-

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38,427,500.00

Treasury notes—State and local govemment series (Various interest
rates)

Total pubhc issues

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Treasury bonds, REA series
Treasury bonds, investment series:
234%o series B-1975-80
Certificates of indebtedness—State and local government series (Various
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$111,821,000.00

354,83a 664, 509. 59
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June 30, 1972

Issues

INTEREST-BEARING

Redemptions
during year

Transferred to
matured debt

Outstanding
June 30, 1973 i

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Civil service retirement fund:
6^^% certificates
-.63^% certificates
6 ^ % certificates.--63^% certificates
.-6% certificates----.5J^% certificates
7 ^ % certificates
85^% notes..
..63^% notes
63/g% notes.-5 ^ % notes.-.5H%) notes
4M%.notes
--43^% bonds
-3%% bonds
3 ^ % bonds
Employees health benefits fund:
6.89% cerrificates
.---6.28% certificates
-6.25% certificates
5.81% certificates
5.69% certificates
5.18% certificates
--4.89% certificates
4.77% certificates
4.64% certificates--..
4.33% certificates
-..
4.14% certificates
3.79% certificates
3.78% cerrificates
-'...
Employees life insurance fund:
6.69% cerrificates
6.28% certificates
_
6.25% cerrificates
5.81% certificates
.
5.69% cerrificates
5.18% certificates
_
4.89% certificates
4,77% certificates
_




Issues during
year

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$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
1,250,99a 000.00
990,320,000.00

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-

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--

-

-

3,951,273,000.00
6,634,000.00
2a 637,000.00 ,
552,988,000.00
103,448,000 00
60,976,000 00

.

-.

-..
-.

155,887,000. 00
103,753,000. 00
98, 290,000. 00
122,836,000. 00
112,844,000. 00
133,762,000. 00
123,932, OOO 00
138,239,000. 00
138,583, 000. 00
143,279, OOO 00
255,999, 000. 00
148,880,000. 00

73,950,000.00 .

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800,13a 000. 00
401.488.000.00
1,485,183,000. 00 .
1,872,473,000 00 .
411,277,000.00

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$729,924, 000, 00
800,139,000. 00
401,488, 000. 00
1,485,163, 000. 00
1,872,473,000.00
411, 277,000. 00

133, 210.000. 00
103,753,000. 00 .
98, 29a 000. 00 •
122,836,000 00 .
112,844,000.00 .
133,762,000 00 .
123,932.000 00 .
138, 23a 000. 00 .
138,583,000.00 .
143, 27a 000. 00 .
25.5,99a 000. 00 •
148,680,000.00 .

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$2,951,729,000. 00
3,951,273,000.00
2,909,257,000. 00
5,828,489,000. 00
3,980, 233,000. 00
1,828,319, ooa 00
1,758,171,000. 00
2,745, 210, OOO 00
1,147,551,000. 00
929,344, ooa 00
22,677,000. 00

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6a 858,000. 00 .
48, 929,000. 00 .
57,551,000.00 .
73,565,000.00 .
45,157, OOO 00 .
35,488,000. 00 .
54,038,000. 00 .

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78,783,000.00 .
68,858,000. 00
48,929,000. 00
57,551,000.00
73,565, 000. 00
45,157,000. 00
35, 468,000. 00
54,038,000. 00

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4.33% certificates
4.14% certificates
3.79% cerrificates
.3.76% certificates.Exchange Stabilization Fund:
6.45% cerrificates
8.05% cerrificates
6.00% cerrificates
5.60% cerrificates
5.45% cerrificates.4.90% cerrificates4.85% certificates
4.55% cerrificates
4.40% cerrificates
-4.10% cerrificates
3.90% cerrificates
-3.55% cerrificates
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
6.89% cerrificates
8.28% certificates
6.25% cerrificates
-5.81% cerrificates
5.89% cerrificates
5.16% cerrificates
4.89% certificates
-4.77% certificates
.-.4.64% cerrificates
4.33% cerrificates
4.14% cerrificates
3.79% cerrificates
3.76% cerrificates.Federal disability insurance trust fund:
6^^% certificates
63^% cerrificates-.....6H% certificates
---63^% certificates—
--6% certificates—
5K% certificates—
7 ^ % notes.6 ^ % notes
--63^% notes
-63^% notes
5 ^ % notes
-J.
5 ^ % notes
4M% notes
--43^% bonds
..3 ^ % bonds
.3 ^ % bonds
--2^g% bonds
See footnotes a t end of table.




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-25,198,000.00

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.-

-

-

--1,424,347,375.55
--

-

--

..-

-

-

273,852,000.00
-

---

1,394,466,000.00

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-.

1,151,608,000.00
1,284,24a 000. 00
1,058,617,000.00
583,612,000.00
309,178,000.00
27a 238,000.00
153,632,000.00
348, 74a 000. 00
133,319,000.00

36,337,000.00
71,527,000.00
31,79a 000. 00
6a922,000.00
2,95a 951,567. 91
2,926,535,209.97
2,93a 392,408. 73
2,943,933,381.30
3,29a 876,135. 71
2,913,647,770 86
2,931,733,170 33
2,790,774,976.32
2,816,546,801.70
2,811,061,728.04
1,791,942,572.50
2,090,675,626.26
290,42a 000. 00
289,023,000.00
227,853,000.00
264,64a 000. 00
379,14a 000.00
93,290,000.00
5a 44a 000.00
235,628,000.00
159,015,000.00
222,561,000.00
274,693,000.00
343,658,000.00
1,263,392,000.00
1,143,407,000.00
411,735,000.00
1,564, 24a 000. 00
1,011,217,000.00
47a395,000.00
943,266,000.00
.--

-

36,337,000.00
71,527,000.00
31,790,000.00
6a922,000.00
25,198,000.00

-

16,85a 294. 30
2,928,535,209.97
2,939,392,408.73
2,943,933,381.30
3,29a 876,135.71
2,913,647,770 66
2,931,733,17a 33
2, 79a 774,976. 32
2,816,546,80L 70
2,811,061,728.04 --1,791,942,572.50
3,515,023,001,81
27,845,000.00 -28a 023,000. 00
227,853,000.00
264,84a 000. 00
379,140,000.00
93,290,000.00
5a 449,000. 00
235,628,000.00
1.59,015,000.00
222, .561,000. 00
274,693,000.00
343,658,000.00
273,852,000.00

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-

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262,575,000.00
-

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1,263,392,000.00
1,143,407,000.00
411,735,000.00
1,564, 24a 000. 00
-1,011,217,000.00
470,395,000.00 -.----.
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20,738,000.00
130,953,000.00

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2,934,101,273.61
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1,394,486,000.00
943,266,000.00
1,151,608,000.00
1, 284, 24a 000. 00
1,058,817,000.00
583,812,000.00
309,178,000.00
27a 238, 000. 00
153,632,000.00
328.002,000.00
2,366,000.00

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J u n e 30, 1972

Issues

INTEREST-BEARING

Issues d u r i n g
year

Redemptions
d u r i n g year

Transferred to
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Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1973 i

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F e d e r a l h o m e loan b a n k s :
6.69% certificates
-8.28% certificates
6.25% cerrificates
,.-5.81% certificates
5.89% cerrificates
5.16% certificates
4.89% cerrificates---'
-4.77% certificates--4.64% certificates4.33% cerrificates
4.14% certificates
1
3.79% cerrificates--3.76% cerrificates
F e d e r a l hospital i n s u r a n c e t r u s t fund:
6 ^ % certificates
.
63^% certificates
6 H % certificates
....'
63^% certificates6% certi
ficates
5 ^ % certificates75^% n o t e s
8 H % notes
63^% n o t e s
-.63^% notes
5 H % notes
Federal Housing Administration:
C o o p e r a t i v e m a n a g e m e n t housing i n s u r a n c e fund:
6.69% certi ficates
6.28% certificates
6.2.5% certificates
5.81% certificates..4.77% certificates
4.64% certificates
4.33% certificates
3.79% cerrificates-




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$3,325,000.00
3, 325,000. 00
46,254,000. 00
33,002,000. 00
157,856,000. 00
25,327,000. 00
32,447,000. 00
127,517,000. 00
58, 787,000. 00
54,422,000. 00
83,353, 000. 00
89,653,000. 00

$3,000,000.00
3,325,000.00
46,254,000.00
33,002,000.00
157, 656,000. 00
25,327,000. 00
32,447,000.00
127,517,000. 00
58,787,000 00
54,422, 000. 00
83,353, OOO 00
8 a 653,000. 00
61, 962,000. 00

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1,977, 243,000. 00
1, 848, 916, OOO 00
65a 149, 000. 00
1, 918, 293,000. 00
1,479,803, 000. 00
571,064,000. 00

1, 977, 243,000. 00
1,848,918,000.00
859,149. ooa 00
1,918,293,000.00
1,479,803,000. 00
571,064,000.00
375,238,000.00

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919,358,000.00 .

"2,'i59,'064,'060.'00".

4 4 5 , 4 i a 000. 00 .
931,182,000.00 .
537,999,OOa00 .

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2,159,064,000. 00
931,182, OOO 00
537,999, OOO 00

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5oaooaoo
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a 286, ooo 00 .
6. 262,000. 00 .
6, 24a OOO 00 .
5,730,000 00 .

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500, OOO 00
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6,240,000. 00
5,730,000. 00

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6.25% cerrificates
5.81% cerrificates
4.33% cerrificates-3.79% cerrificates
Rental housing assistance fund:
6.69% cerrificates..
8.28% cerrificates
6.2.5% certificates
-5.81% cerrificates
5.89% cerrificates
5.18% certificates4.89% cerrificates4.77% certificates4.64% certi
4.33% certificates
4.14% certificates
3.79% certi
3.78% cerrificates
Federal old-age and survivors' insurance trust fund:
6 ^ % cerrificates
63^% cerrificates
6^% cerrificates
83^%, cerrificates8% certificates
5 ^ % cerrificates
75^% notes
6 ^ % notes...
63^% notes
63^% notes
5 ^ % notes
5^^% notes
434% notes
4)^% bonds
--33^% bonds.
3K% bonds
2^4% bonds
Federal Savings and Lo-an Insurance Corporation:
6.69% certificates
6.28% certificates
8.25% certi
ficates.-5.81% cerrificates
5.69% certificates5.16% cerrificates
4.89% cerrificates.--4.77% certificates.4.64% certificates
4.33% certificates
.-4.14% certificates.3.79% certificates
3.76% cerrificates
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15,000,000.00
15,000,000.00
793,000.00
26,900,00a00

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ficates....

2,743,000.00 . . . -

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5,033,296,000.00
3,844,864,000.00
3,468,850,000.00
3,102,896, ooa 00
2,460,795,000.00
2,720,27a 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

15,000,000.00
15,000,OOa 00
793,000.00
26,900,000.00

2,816,000.00 1,618,000.00
1,211,000.00
862,000.00
1,346,000 00
1,281,000.00
894,000.00
725,000.00
4,181,000.00
3,815,00000
3,056,000 00
3,427,000.00

8,369,012,000.00
9,368,315,000.00
3,863,554,000.00
11,81.5,274,000.00
6,107,127.000.00
4,541,315,000.00

l,616.00a00
1,211,000.00
862,000.00
1,346,000.00
1,281,000.00
894,000.00
725,000.00
4,181,000.00
3,815,000.00
3,05a 000.00
3,427.000.00 .2,743,000.00

2,616,000.00

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8,369,012,000.00
9,386,315,000.00
3,883,554, OOa 00 11,815,274,000.00
6,107,127,000.00
4,541,315,000.00

5,033,296,000.00
4,547,28.5,000.00
3,844,864,000.00
3,488,850,000.00
3,102,896,000.00
2,46a 795,000. 00
2,720,279,000.00
2,581,589,000.00
1,738,455,000.00
1,240,088,000.00
685,178,000.00

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2,249,239,000.00
81,189,000.00
133,993,000.00
87,171,000.00
117,446,000.00
201,106,000 00
200,906,000.00
178,593,000.00
169,676,000.00
140,733,000.00
136,101,000.00
147,923,000.00
231,851,000.00

133,993,000.00
87,171,000.00
117.448, OOa 00 201,106.000.00
200,906.000.00
178,593,000.00 -.169,676,000 00
140,733,000.00
136,101,000.00
147,923,000.00
231,851,000 00
138,852,000.00

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J u n e 30, 1972

Issues

INTEREST-BEARING

Issues d u r i n g
year

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Redemptions
d u r i n g year

Transferred to
matured debt

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1973 i

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F e d e r a l s u p p l e m e n t a r y m e d i c a l i n s u r a n c e t r u s t fund:
6 ^ % certificates
6 3 ^ % certificates
6 H % certificates
6 3 ^ % certificates
--6% certi
ficates
^14% certificates
-.65^% notes
63^% notes
-5H7c n o t e s
F o r e i g n service r e t i r e m e n t fund:
65^% certificates
_
63^% certificates
65^% certificates
63^% certificates
6% certiflcates
514% cerrificates
7H%o n o t e s . . - ...65^% notes
63^% notes
63^% n o t e s . .
5M% notes
4 % notes
4% bonds
G S A p a r t i c i p a t i o n certificate t r u s t :
8.69% cerrificates
6.28% c e r r i f i c a t e s . . - . .
6.90% notes
6% n o t e s . .
5.90% n o t e s
G o v e r n m e n t life i n s u r a n c e fund:
53^% cerrificates
5 ^ % certi.ncates-.:
734% notes
83^% notes
6% notes
53^% notes
5}4% notes




$489,779,000. 00
478,399, 000.00
243,438, 000. 00
959,183, 000. 00
509, 737,000. 00
243,977,000.00
281,782,000 00 .

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$46a 77a 000.00 .
478,399,000.00 .
243,438,000.00
959,183. OOO 00 .
509,737, ooa 00 ,
243,977,000.00 .

4, 618, 000. 00
3, 856, 000. 00
2,113, ooa 00
10, 980, 000. 00
3, 780, 000. 00
639, 000. 00
11,192,000.00 .
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5,199, 000.00 .
9,183,130.99
5, 587, 215.43
124, 438, 860. 00
198, 259, 800. 00
194,410,152. 89
15,352, 000. 00
1, 009, 000. 00

2a984,000.00 .
46,875,000.00
32,838,000.00 .
111,949,000.00 .
64,365,000.00 .

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3, 856, ooa 00
2,113, 000. 00
l a 98a ooa 00
3, 780, 000. 00 .
839, 000.00 .

6,721,000.00 .
5,082,000.00
4,454,000.00
ai25,000.00
a051,000.00
24,136,000 00

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185, 719, OOO 00
232,150.000. 00

6 a 206, OOO 00

$245,925,000.00 .
232,150, OOa 00 .

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5,587,215.43
7, 633, 728.98
11,653,445.09
13,986,023.94

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1,009,000.00 .

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11,192,000. 00
5, 082,000.00
4,454,000. 00
9,125, 000.00
3, 852,000.00
24,136, 000.00

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118,805,131.02
186, 606,354.91
180,424,128.95

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46, 875, 000.00
32, 638, 000.00
111, 949, ooa 00
84,365, 000.00

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434%, b o n d s .
3 ^ % bonds
3^%, bonds.33^%, b o n d s
H i g h w a y t r u s t fund:
6% cerrificates
53^% cerrificates.
554% certificates
5 ^ % , cerrificates
53^%, c e r r i f i c a t e s . .
5 ^ % , cerrificates
534%o cerrificates
53^% cerrificates.
5%, certificates
N a t i o n a l service life i n s u r a n c e fund:
6H%) cerrificates
83^% cerrificates
5 K % certificates
5M%, certificates5 ^ % , certificates
73^%, notes
63^% n o t e s - 634%o n o t e s - - 5 ^ % notes
5>^% n o t e s - 53^% notes
434% b o n d s
3M% b o n d s . 3 ^ % bonds
35^% bonds
334% b o n d s .
33^% b o n d s . . .
3 % bonds
--P o s t a l service fund:
7.40% certifi c a t e s - . 7.36% c e r r i f i c a t e s . . 7.09% c e r r i f i c a t e s - . .
6.89% certificates
6.28% cerrificates
6.25%, certificates
_
6.12% cerrificates
5.81% cerrificates.-6.69% cerrificates
5.61% cerrificates
5.48% c e r r i f i c a t e s . . . 5.30% certificates5.16% certificates.5.11% cerrificates
4.89% certificates
S e e f o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




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32,152,000.00
28,468,000.00
75,lia000.00
77,992,000.00
263,962,000.00

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-

.-

-

-

-

-

-....-4,458,381,000.00

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305, 4 i a 000.00
1, 091, 044, OOa 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
343,14a000.00
758,000,000.00
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--

-

-.

-.
867,000,000.00

-.-

--

-.

73,100,000.00
6,037,351, OOa 00
521,528,000.00
478,700,000.00
436,600,000.00
947,967,000.00
1,057,402, OOa 00
985,42a 000.00
508,400,000.00
480,800,000.00

487,300,000.00
621,528,000.00
478,700,000.00
436,600,000.00
947,967,000.00
1,057,402, OOa 00
985,42a 000.00
508,400,000.00
4,937,181,000.00

1,128,000.00
6,162,000.00
25,213,000.00
146,811,000.00
18,954,000.00

5,550,051,000.00

1,128,000.00
6,162,000.00
25,213,000.00
146,811,000.00
18,954,000.00

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569,007,000.00

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32,152,000.00
28,488,000.00
74,440,00a00
77,992,000.00
190,882,000.00

670,000.00

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668,100,000.00
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56a 007,000. 00
668,100,OOa00
305,419,000.00
1,091,044,000.00
332, 597, OOa 00
481,013,000.00
225,452, OOa 00
394,746,000.00
911,548,000.00
298, 25a 000.00
430,031,000.00
343,149,000.00
379,000,000.00

-

7,873,000.00
6,948,000.00

-

-

-

379,000,000.00

75,000,000.00
75,000,000.00
2a00a000.00
274,056, OOa 00
756,832,000.00
973,049,000.00
731,000,000.00
357,240,000.00
300,000,000.00
350,000,000 00
300,000,000.00
604,046,000.00
460,000, OOa 00
491,554,000.00

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300,000,000.00
504,046,000.00
450,000,000.00
491,554, (KX). 00

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75,000,000.00
75,000,000.00
20,000,00a00

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274,056,000.00 . . . 756,632,000.00
--973,049,000.00
867,000,000.00
731,000,000.00
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Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1972

Issues

INTEREST-BEARING

Issues d u r i n g
year

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Transferred to
matured debt

Redemptions
d u r i n g year

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P o s t a l service f u n d — C o n t i n u e d
4.77% certi
ficates
4.68% certificates
4.64% certi
ficates
4.33% certificates4.14% certificates
3.79% cerrificates
3.76% cerrificates-Railroad retirement account:
6>8% certificates
8M% certificates
--.
63/1% certificates
634% certificates
63^% certificates
6% certi
ficates...
6 j ^ % cerrificates
7M% notes
6^% notes.-........
6H% notes...
63/g% n o t e s
534% notes
5 ^ % notes
4M% notes
R a i l r o a d r e t i r e m e n t holding a c c o u n t :
6J^% cerrificates
6 ^ % cerrificates
6V^% certificates
634% certificates
63^% certificates..
6% certificates..
53^% certificates..
6M% certificates
Railroad retirement supplemental account:
6 ^ % certificates..
6 K % certificates
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634% certificates..
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500,000.000.00
1,162, 57a 000. 00
1,294,212,000.00
2,087,254,000.00
1,881,364,000.00
96,315,000.00
33,310,000 00
1,301,775,000.00
168,07a 000. 00
43,07a OOO 00
474,219, 000. 00
l a 883,000. 00
203,819,000 00

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$96,315,000 00

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647,948,000.00
819,501,000.00
482,623,000.00
796,856,000.00
122,264,000.00
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$847,447,000. 00
1,007,618,000. 00
252,478, 000. 00
819,501,000.00

482,623 000.00
798,856,000. 00
122,264,000.00
258,000. 00
6,881, 000. 00
1,162,000. 00
394, 000. 00
3,033,000. 00
86,000. 00
1, 542,000. 00

3,134,000.00

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1,301, 775, 000. 00
168.079,000. 00
43,076.000. 00
474,219,000. 00
10,883,000. 00
203,819, 000. 00

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$443,933.000. 00
500,000. 000. 00
1,162, 57a ooa 00
1,294,212,000.00
2,067, 254, 000. 00
1,881,364,000. 00

1,007,618,000.00

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2,227,000. 00
68,488,000. 00
11,772,000.00
3, 618,000. 00
29,065,000.00

256,000.00
3,096,000.00
1,182, ooa 00
394,000 00 ,
3,033,000.00 .
88,000.00
1,542, ooa 00
3,134,000.00 .
2,227, ooa 00 .
2 a 955, ooa 00
11,772, ooa 00
3, 518, ooa 00 .
2 a 065,000. 00 .

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Servicemen's group hfe insurance fund:
6%cerrificates
--5^%o cerrificates
Unemployment trust fund:
554% cerrificates
65^% cerrificates.
.-.53/^% cerrificates
5 ^ % cerrificates
5K% cerrificates—53^% cerrificates
5% cerrificates
Veterans reopened insurance fund:
6 ^ % cerrificates
63^% cerrificates
6 ^ % certificates
63^% cerrificates.
6% cerrificates
53^% cerrificates
7H% notes
6 ^ % notes
63^% n o t e s - 6)/g% notes
-5 ^ % notes
Veterans special life insurance fund:
6^% cerrificates
5'^% certificates
55^7o cerrificates
5^g% notes---534%notes
-.5% notes
-...
454% notes
45^% notes
Washington Metropohtan Area Transit Authority:
5.81% certificates-.5.69% certificates
---6.16% cerrificates-..4.89% cerrificates
4.77%, certificates..4.64% cerrificatesTotal speciai Issues
Total Interest bearing debt

-

-

-

-..
-22,318,000.00
-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

42,000.00
11,361,000.00

9,296,632,000.00
1,681,289,000.00
314.661,000.00
856,956,000 00
1,075,018,000.00
166,631,000.00
1,419,204, OOa 00

986,534,000.00
1,681,289,000.00
314,661,000.00
856,968,000.00
1,075,018,000.00
186,631,000.00
8,605,090,000.00

2,770,00a00
3,243,000.00
1,505,000.00
6,060,000.00
10,433,000.00
I,76a00a00

2,770,000.00
3,243,000.00
1,505,000 00
6,060,000.00
10,433,000.00
1,769,000.00
4,960,000.00

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--.
7,186,886,000.00
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42,000.00
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608,000.00
15,140,000.00
22,318,000.00

11,361,000.00

-

608,000.00
16,140,000.00
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-.-

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-...

42,186,000.00
89,544,000.00
60,270,000.00
58,206,000.00
-.-

-

-...

-

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-69,862,000.00
60,646,000.00
62,016,000.00
138,604,OOa00

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-..-

64,245,00a00
-...
1,260,000.00
24,580,000.00
3,606,00a00
77,471,000.00
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75,000.000.00
125.000,000.00
50,000,000.00
60,000,000.00
75,165,26a 27
100,000,000.00

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37,226,0na00
64,245,00a00
52,158,000.00
45,618,000.00
63,748,000,00
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-...

-...

4,000,000.00
3,737,000.00
3,473,00a00
34,651,000.00

425.378,159,116.15 497,529,220,351.15 466,417,420,597.65

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1,26a 000. 00
24,580,000.00
3,606,000.00

89,597,632,375.55 164/688,449,778.01 152,547,608,793.50

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8,330,098,000.00
-..

17,386,000.00
4,654,000.00
4,458,000.00

75,000,000.00
125,000,000.00
60,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
75,165,26a 27
100,000,000.00

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77,471,000.00
65,882,000.00
56,809,000.00
48,543,000.00
103,953,000.00

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June 30,1972

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Redemptions
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Old debt—issued prior to Apr, 1, 1917:
8% five-twenties of 1865
6% compound interest notes 1864-663% loan of 1908-18
23^% postal savings bonds

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2% consols of 1930
4 % funded loan of 1907

4%loanofl925
3% Panama Canal loan 1961
Ah other 8...

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$5,02a00

9,800.00
342,800.00

$19,65a00
155,96a 00
98,000.00
118,12a00

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342,800.00

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155,980.00
98,000.00
123,140 00

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7,200.00
735,380 26

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8,45a00
2,200.00
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Liberty loan bonds:
First Liberty loan:
F\Tst3}4's
First 4's
First 434's...
First-Second 43^'s..
Total
Second Liberty loan:
Second 4's
Second434's

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253,800.00
84,65a00
134,800.00
2,05a 00
475,300.00
475,300.00 -




5,500.00
25aOO
3,600.00
500.00
9,85a00
9,85a00

248,300.00
84,400.00
131,200.00
1,55a 00
485,45a 00
485,45a00

327,95a00 327,95a00
306,500.00
306,500.00

Total
Third Liberty loan 434's
Fourth Liberty loan 434's
Total Liberty loan bonds

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40a00

327,550.00
327,55a00
305,700.00
305,70a00

800.00
800.00

634,450.00

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1,200.00

633,250. 00

1,172,800.00
l,981,05a00 -

3,050. 00
22,400.00

1,169,750.00
1,958,65a 00

38,50a00

4,227,100. 00

4,263,60000 . -

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Victory 3 ^ ' s
Victory 4 ^ ' s . . .

700.00
386,900. 00

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Mar. 15. 1941)
D e c . 8, 1939)
J a n . 15, 1942)
May 15, 1942)
J u l y 15, 1942).

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Oct. 19, 1942)
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A p r . 15, 1943)
-

J u n e 26, 1944)
D e c . 1, 1944)
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700.00
386,550. 00

387,600.00

T o t a l Victory notes
T r e a s u r y bonds:
3 H % of 1940-43..
35^% of 1941-43..
334% of 1941
3 ^ % of 1943-47334% of 1943-45334% of 1944-46--.
4 % of 1944-54
2M% Of 1945-47
23^%oOf 1 9 4 5 3M%ofl948-56
3%ofl946-4833/^%, of 1948-49434% of 1947-52.2% of 1947
2% of 1948-50 (dated
2 K % of 1948-51
l^%ofl948
23^% of 1948
2% Of 1948-50 (dated
2 % o f 1949-51 (dated
2 % of 1949-51 (dated
2 % o f 1949-51 ( d a t e d
3 3 ^ % of 1949-52-.
2>^%, of 1 9 4 9 - 5 3 - - l^%ofl950
2 % of 1950-52 (dated
23^% of 1950-52-2% of 1950-52 (dated
234% of 1951-53
2% of 1951-532M%) of 1951-54
2%ofl951-55
3 % of 1951-55-.2}4% of 1952-542 % o f 1952-54 (dated
2% of 1952-54 (dated
234% of 1952-55-..2% of 1953-55234%, of 1954-56.2K%) of 1955-80..

350."5o'
3.5aoo

387,250. 00

8,300.00
26,300.00
5,400.00
2 a 7 5 a 00
86,200.00
153,700.00
45,000 00
83,45a 00 . . . 2,000.00
5a800.00
35,400.00
132,55a 00
12a300.00
25a 00
2,000.00
6,15a 00 . . 48,500.00
4,05a 00
1,500.00
15a00
14,00a00
2,000.00
15,100.00
44,100.00
165,000.00
16,800.00
5a200.00 155,000.00
48,800.00275,500.00 . . - 54,500.00
13,45a00
330,000.00
5,20a00
289,500.00
506,500.00
5,800.00
5a85a00 _
39,850.00
684,55a00

15a 00
21,800.00
-.
5 a 00
3,15a 00
12,600.00
50a 00
8,800.00

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4,500.00
7,000.00
62,000.00
9,300.00

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40,500.00
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-

-.-

14,000.00
---.
2,000.00
14,55a00
20,500.00
9,500.00
7a50a00
2,000.00
27,000.00
25,000.00,
4,100.00
73,55a00
4,000.00
14,000.00
45,000.00

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20,000.00
26,800.00
105,200.00

8,15a 00
4,500.00
5,400.00
29,700.00
83, 05a 00
141,100.00
44,500.00
74,65a 00
2,000.00
46,300.00
28,40000
70,55a 00
120,000.00
25a 00
2,000.00
6,150 00
8,000.00
4,05a 00
1,500.00
15a00
2,000.00
13,100.00
29,55a00
144,500.00
7,300.00
5a200.00
75,500.00
46,800.00
248,500.00
29,50a00
a35a00
256,45a00
1,200.00
275,500.00
461,500.00
5,800.00
39,85a00
13,05a00
579,35a 00

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J u n e 30, 1972

Issues
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Redemptions
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Treasury bonds—Continued
23^% of 1950-58...
2M% of 1958-59
234% of 1958-59.
2 H % of 1957-59
23^% of 1958
2H%ofl958
2 ^ % of 1958-63
234% of 1959-62 (dated J u n e 1, 1945)
214%) of 1959-62 (dated N o v . 15, 1945)..
2 ^ % of 1960.
2 ^ % of 1980-65
2 ^ % of 1961
23^% of 1961.
23^% of 1962-67..-.
23^% of 1963
23^% of 1983-68--3 % 011964
23^%, of 1964-69 ( d a t e d A p r . 15, 1943)
2 H % 01 1984-89 (dated Sept. 15, 1943)
2^%ori965
23^% of 1965-70--334% of 1 9 6 8 -..3 ^ % of 1 9 6 6 - - 3 % o f 1966-23^% of 1966-71...
3 ^ % of 1967...
23^% of 1967-72 (dated J u n e 1, 1945)
3 3 ^ % of 1968 (dated J u n e 23, I960)3J^% of 1988 ( d a t e d Sept. 15, 1983)
3M%ofl968
4 % of 1989 (dated A u g . 15, 1962)
4 % of 1989 (dated O c t . 1, 1 9 5 7 ) 4 % of 1970 ( d a t e d J a n . 15, 1965)
4 % of 1970 (dated J u n e 20, 1963)
4 % of 1971-




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$45,55a00
86,400.00
437,00000
30, ooa 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
382,000.00
804,000.00
194,500.00
1,598,000.00
119,50000
3,908,500.00
3,434,500.00
18a500.00
6,474,50000
92,50000
35,000.00
152,500.00 . - :
5,379,50000
446,50a00
88,824,50000
664,ooaoo
129,50a00
327,000.00
614,000.00
4,643,500.00 592,50000 1,828,000 00
2,041,00000

-

$4,200.00
12,75a00
33,500.00
500.00

--.-.-

--

-

-

--

-

-

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-.
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--81,000.00
126,00000
18,000.00
^
25,15a00
7,00000
12,000.00
117,200.00
17,00000
271,50000
16,00a00
1,587,500.00
355,500 00
18,50a00
1,791,000 00
89,00a00
I,50a00
53,500 00
2,163,500.00
17,03aOO
75,19a500.00
75,00000
51,500.00
115,500.00
i3i,ooaoo
1,386,00000
19a00a00
673, ooa 00
972,00a00

$41,35a00
73, 85a 00
403, 50a 00
30, ooa 00
14,000.00
20,50a00
23,000.00
980, ooa 00
505,500 00
14,000.00
227,70a 00
113,50a00
37a OOa 00
486, 80a 00
177,500.00
1,324,500.00
103,5Ga00
2,341,OOaOO
3,079,000 00
144,000 00
4, 683, 500; 00
23, 50a 00
33,50000
9 a OOO 00
3,216,00000
42a5oaoo
13,625,000.00
58a ooa 00
78,000.00
211,50000
483,00a00
3,257,500 00
402,500.00
1,155,000.00
1,069,000.00

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4% of 1972 (dated Sept. 15, 1962)
23^% of 1967-72 (dated Oct. 20, 1941)
23^% of 1967-72 (dated Nov. 16, 1945)
Total Treasury bonds

2,615,00a00
6,043,500.00

-

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3% Adjusted service bonds of 1946
U.S. savings bonds:
Series A-1935
Series B-1938-Series C-1937
Series C-1938Series D-1939
Series D-1940
Series D-1941
Series F-1941-..Series F-1942
Series F-1943.
Series F-1944-Series F-1945
Series F-1946--Series F-1947-Series F-1948Series F-1949
Series F-1950--Series F-1951
Series F-1952
Series F Unclassified-.
Series G-1941Series G-1942
Series G-1943
Series G-1944
Series G-1945
Series G-1946
Series G-1947
Series G-1948
Series G-1949
Series G-1950
Series G-1951Series G-1952
Series G Unclassified

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-

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-

-

-

-

-.-

-.

-

-

-

-

-

$2,648,500.00
7,922,000 00
39,848,500.00

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50,417,00a00

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159,25a 00
28a825.00
265,225.00
536,925.00
693,175.00
1,390,175.00 1,461,675.00
167,15a00...
845,400.00....
I,3ia875.00
1,001,924.05--.770,700.00
421,05a00 -.-332,30a00-132,625.00
323,900.00
258,80a00
162,525.00
31,50a00 » -1,725.00 -236,000.00
970,700.00
1,746,800.00
2,206,900.00
2,098,100.00
1,714,900.00
2,063,50a00
1,890,300.00
2,004,800.00
I,972,80a00
1,616,600.00
624,800.00
« -10,600.00

1,508,000.00
4,444,50a00
-

1,107,000.00
1,59a OOa 00
2,646,50a00
7,922,000.00
39,848,500.00

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-.

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92,179,85a 00

95,92a90a00

53, 75a 00

756, 500.00
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137, 692, 75a 00

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702, 75a 00

11,875.00
21,125.00
20,475.00
15,35a00
53,025.00
95,20000
125,875.00
10,800.00
85,125.00
18a30a00
114,475.00
111,925.00
60,100.00
58,875.00
12,275.00
9,575.00
45,325.00
14,075.00
3,625.00
-1,600 00
2a40a00
83,300.00
154,20000
248,100 00
195,100.00
202,00000
232,20a00
168,60000
225,500.00
237,00000
174,500.00
88, 20a 00
-6,800.00

147,375.00
248,70a00
244,75a00
521,575.00
640,15a 00
1,294,975.00
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1,336,OOaoO
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158,35a00
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1,958,800.00
1,903,000.00
1,512,900.00
l,831,30a00
l,721,70aOO
I,77a30a00
l,735,80a00
1,442,100.00
536,800.00
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June 30, 1972

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U.S, savings bonds—Continued
SeriesJ-1952
Series J-1953
Series J-1954..SeriesJ-1955
SeriesJ-1956
SeriesJ-1957
Series J Unclassified
Series K-1952
.Series K-1953
Series K-1954
Series K-1955
Series K-1956
Series K-1957
--Series K Unclassified-Total U.S. savings b o n d s . . Armed Forces leave bonds
Treasury notes:
Regular series:
5K% A-1924
4 ^ % A-1925
Ay8% B-1925
43^% C-1925
4 ^ % A-1928..
43^% B-1926
4 ^ % A-1927.
4 ^ % B-1927
33^% A-1930-32.
33^% B-1930-32
33^% C-1930-32
3% A-1935
23^% C-1936
334% A-1937




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$316,45a00
773,925.00
1,212,875.00
1,748,200.00
2,481,325.00
841,725.00 9-775.00
173,50000
188,500.00
364,50a00
-.399,000.00
586,500.00 --195,500.00 . . - 9-5,000.00
^
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4,228,925.00

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$39,225.00
123,075.00
290,525.00
405,25a00
524,30a00
189,85a00
4,287.50
24,000.00
15,00000
43,000.00
66,000.00
93,000.00
15,000.00
-2,500.00
_
4,897,712.50
191,525.00

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-

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$277,225.00
650,850 00
922,35a00
1,342,95000
1,957,025.00
652,075.00
0-5,062.50
14a 500 00
173,50a00
321,50000
343,000.00
493,500.00
180,50000
9-2,50a00
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4,037,4Ga00

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6,20a00
1,000.00
6,600.00
5,700.00
2,600.00
600.00
2,200.00
a 500. 00
12,700.00
9,300.00
6,55000
3, ooa 00
5,50aOO
2,000.00

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6,200 00
1,000.00
6,600.00
5,700 00
2,600.00
600.00
2,200 00
a 500. 00
12,700.00
aSOaOO
6,550.00
3,000.00
5,500.00
2,000.00

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23^%D-1938
23^% A-1939
1 ^ % B-1939
1 ^ % A-1940
13^% A-1943
^ % , A-1946
134%B-194713^% C-1947
13^% A-1948
134% G-1951
1 ^ % A-1954
1 ^ % B-19541 K % B-1955
2 K % A-1967
2J^% A-1968
3 M % B-1959
3 3 ^ % .-1980
334% B-1960
4 K % C-1960
4 % A-19613 ^ % B-1961
35^% A-1962
4%B-1982
3 M % C-19824 % D-1962
4%) E - 1 9 6 2 334% G—1962.
2^%A-1983
4 % B-1963
4 ^ % C-1963
4 ^ % A-1964
5%,B-1984
4>g%o C-1964
3 ^ % D-1964
3 K % E-1964
4 ^ % A-1965
33^%B-1965
33^% C - 1 9 6 6 —
3 ^ % D-1965 ( d a t e d A p r . 8, 1964)
4 % E-1965
4 % A-1966.
3 ^ % B-1966
3 3 ^ % C-1966

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5,000.00
1,400.00
10,200.00
100.00
150.00
3, ooa 00
100.00
7,000.00
27,000.00
8,000.00
4,000.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
4,000.00
26,000.00
24,000.00
1,000.00
13, ooa 00
1,000.00
28,000.00
30,000.00
16,000.00
3,000 00
39,000.00
34,000.00
28,ooa00
19,000.00
3,000.00
27,000.00 . . . 108,000.00
154,000.00
664,000.00
976,000.00 131,000.00
16,000.00
42,000.00
225,000 00
8, ooa 00
15, ooa 00
10,000.00
18,000.00
69,000.00
15,000.00
7,000.00

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13,000.00
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15,000.00
-.-.

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2,000.00
10,000.00
33,000.00
96,000.00
117,000.00
19,000.00
-.
4,000.00
8,000.00

-..
-.-..

-.
10,00a0

33,000.00
1,000.00

5,000.00
1,400.00
10,200.00
100.00
150.00
3,000.00
400.00
7,000.00
27,000.00
8,000.00
4,000 00
2,000.00
1,000.00
4,000.00
26,000.00
24,000.00
1,000.00
13,000.00
1,000.00
15,000.00
30,000.00
16,000.00
3,000.00
39,000.00
19,000.00
28,000.00
19,000.00
3,000.00
25,00a00
96,000.00
121,000.00
468,00a00
859,000.00
112,000.00
15,000.00
38,000.00
219,000.00
8,000.00
15,000.00

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Issues

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J u n e 30, 1972

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Redemptions
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Treasury notes—Continued
Regular series—Continued
4% D-1968
4% E-1966
3 M % A-1967
3^%B-1967
434% D-19b7
4^-8% E-1987
43/8%F-1987
5 ^ % A-1968
434% C-1968
534% D-1968
5 ^ % A-1989..
5^%B-1969.
8% C-1989
5%A-1970
5^%B-1970..
65^%C-1970..
6^%D-1970
534% A-1971
5H%B-1971
5 H % C-1971.
7^%D-1971
8% E-1971
834% F-1971
7M% G - 1 9 7 1 . . . .
4 ^ % A-1972..
4^%B-1972.
73^% C-1972
8^%D-1972
5 % E-1972
8% F-1972.
7M% A-1973
83^% C - 1 9 7 3 . . .
4^8% D - 1 9 7 3 . .
4 M % E-1973

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3, OOO 00
21,000. 00

$14,000,00 .
20,000.00 .
37, ooa 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, ooa 00 .
2,14a 000. 00 169,000. 00 .
120,000. 00 .
» 112,000.00 .
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2, 900, ooa 00 .
804,000.00 .

9,000. 00
12,000. 00 .
2,000.00
6,000.00
1,000.00 .
2,000. 00
42,000. 00
2,000.00
131,000.00
1,053,000.00
56,000. 00
35,000. 00
41,000 00
864,000.00
1,865,000. 00
478,000. 00
651,000.00
1,157,000.00
452,000. 00
2,795,000.00
1,712,000.00
8,104,000. 00
9,715,000.00
4,175,000. 00

i,3oaooo.oo .
2,113,000.00
724,000.00
3, 733,000. 00
2,090,000.00
8,696,000 00
' 12,652,000. 00
4,498,000.00

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$574,000. 00
.313,000 00
25,387,000.00
883,000.00
435,000.00
1,713,000.00

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$2,000.00
17,000. 00
16, OOO 00
12, ooa 00
36,000. 00
2,000. 00
42, OOO 00

14,000.00
77,000. 00
93,000. 00
282,000. 00
1,087,000 00
113,000. 00
85,000. 00
71,000.00
1,023,000 00
1,235,000.00
326, 000. 00
655, OOO 00
956, OOO 00
272,000. 00
938,000. 00
378,000. 00
592,000. 00
2,937,000.00
323,000, 00
574,000.00
313,000. 00
25,387,000.00
863,000. 00
435, OOO 00
1,713,000. 00

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13^% EO-1958
13^% EO-1961
13^% EA-1962
1M% EO-1963
VA% EA-1964
13^% E O - 1 9 6 4 . .
13^% EA-1965
13^% EO-1965
13^% EA-1966
1>^% EO-1966
1>^%EA-1987
13^%E0-1967
1 H % EA-1968
13^% EO-1968
13^% EA-1969
13^% E A - 1 9 7 0 - .
13^% EO-1970
13^%EA-1971
13^%E0-19'/1
1M%EA-1972
l } 4 % EO-1972
13^%EA-1973
T a x series:
A-1943
B-1943
A-1944
B-1944
A-1945...
S a v i n g s series:
C-1946
C-1947
C-1948...
C-1949
C-1950
C-1951
D-19,51
D-1952.
D-1953.
A-1954
A-1955...
B-1955

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1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
10,000,00
1,000.00
202,000.00
201,000.00
85,000.00
200,000.00
427,000.00
200,000.00
400.000.00
202,000.00
400,000.00
602,ooa00
200,000.00
4,000.00
3,00a00
2,00a00
4,000.00
11,000.00

1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
10,000,00
1,000.00
202,000.00
201,00a00
85,000.00

3,000.00
10,000.00
14,000.00
63,000.00

4,35a00
100.00
6,70a00
2,000.00
58,55a00

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Total Treasury notes

26,000.00
8a600.00
34,600.00
7,600.00
5,800,00
400.00
1,400.00
7,000.00
3,400.00
15,700.00
41,100.00
1,200.00
51,031,900.00

25.00
I,00a00
1,000.00
I,65a00
12,000.00
8,400.00
4,30000
:..^

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29,362,000.00

33,683,175.00

200,000.00
427,000.00
200,000.00
400,000.00
202,000.00
400,00a00
602,000.00
200,00a00
4,000.00
3,000.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
14,000.00
63,000,00
4,325.00
100.00
6,700.00
1,000.00
54,900.00
14,000.00
81,200.00
3a300.00
7,600.00
5,80a00
400.00
1,400.00
7,00a00
2,800.00
15,700.00
41,100.00
1,200.00

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June 30,1972

Issues
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Tax series:
4>i% T-10
4M% TM-1921
8% TJ-1921
6% TS-1921
6%, TD-1921
53^% TS2-1921
554% TM-1922
43^% TS2-1922-.
43^%TD-1922
434%TM-1923
3^%TS-1923
43^% TM-1924
4% TM-1925..
43^%TJ-1929
53^%TM-1930
13^% TS-1932.
354% TM-1933
2% First-Matured Mar. 15, 1933...
434% TD-2-1933
Regular
43^% IVA-1918
5!4% G-1920
53^%PI-1921
53^% A-1922
3K%A-1933
K% B-1944
J-8% E-1944
3-8% A-1945
^8% C-1945
K%, K-1948
>a% F-1947
3^^,% C-1948
.;
134% A-1950
1^8% C-1952




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$1,000.00
.500.00
1.500.00
1,500.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00
1,000.00...
500.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
I,10a00
1,000.00
3,500.00
1,000.00
3,700.00
1,000.00

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500.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00
50O00
6,000.00
11,000.00
3,000.00
2,000.00
6,000.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
3,00000
1,000.00

$1,000.00
500.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
2,000 00
1,000.00
1,000.00
50O 00
1,000.00
1,000.00
.500.00
I,00a00
1,00000
1,10000
I,00a00
3,500 00
l.OOaOO
3,55a 00
1,000.00

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2,000.00

'

500.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,00000
. 500.00
6,000.00
11,00000
1,000.00
2,00000
6,000.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
3,000.00
1,000 00

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3 H % A-1958
4>8%) A-1961
45^% B-1961
3 % A-1962334% B-1963334% B - 1 9 6 4 . . . . . .
454% A-1988
534% A-1967

2,000.00
14,000.00
11,000.-»00
10,000.00
1,000.00
a 000. 00
1,000 00
10,000.00
1,000.00

-

-

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T o t a l certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s
T r e a s u r y bills, m a t u r i t y d a t e :
J a n . 14, 1942
F e b . 3, 1943
J u l y 2 a 1954
M a y l a 1955
A p r . 24, 1958
M a y 15, 1959
Sept. 3, 1959
J a n . 14, 1980
J u l y 15, 1960
J u l y 21, 1980
J u l y 28, 1960
A u g . 4, 1980
A u g . 11, 1960
Jari. 15, 1 9 6 1 . . . .
J a n . 26. 1961
J u l y 27, 1961
Mar. 1, 1962
--.
A p r . 15, 1964
A p r . 30, 1985
b e p t . 16, 1965
M a r . 24, 1 9 6 8 . .
A p r . 28, 1966
M a y 19, 1966....
J u n e 23, 1988
J u l y 31, 1966
Oct. 20, 1966
N o v . 3, 1966
D e c 15, 1966
D e c 31, 1 9 6 6 . . .
J a n . 28, 1967.
F e b . 23, 1%7

2,000.00
14,000.00
11,000.00
10,000.00
I,00a00
9,000 00
1,000.00
10,000.00

-

1,000.00

122,300.00

-

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4,000.00
1,000.00
5,000.00
1,000.00
15,000.00
1,000.00
20,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
5,000.00
6,000.00
12,000.00
3,000.00
29,000.00
1,000.00
laoOO.OO
7,000.00
12,00a00
2,000.00
19,000.00
10,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
6,000.00
5,000.00
15,000.00
3,000.00
8,000.00
1,000.00
19,000.00
1,000.00

3,15a 00

l i a 15a 00

4,000.00
1,000.00
-.

5,000.00

-

1,000.00
15,000.00
1,000.00
20,000.00
-

1,000.00
1,000.00

10,000.00
-

5,000.00
6,000.00
12,000.00
3,000.00
laOOO.OO
1,00000
laOOaOO
7,00a00
12,000.00
2,000.00

19,000.00
10,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
6,000.00
5,000.00
15,000.00
3,000.00

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1,000.00
19,000.00
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Issues

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1972

Issues
during year

Transferred from i n terest-bearing d e b t

Redemptions
d u r i n g year

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1973 i

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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
Mar. 30, 1967
M a r . 31, 1987
A p r . 6, 1987
A p r . 20, 1987
A p r . 21, 1967
M a y 11, 1967
J u n e 15, 1987
J u l y 8, 1967
A u g . 31, 1967
S e p t . 30, 1967
Oct. 13, 1967
O c t . 26, 1967
N o v . 30, 1967
F e b . 1,1988
F e b . 8, 1968
.............
.
F e b . 29, 1 9 6 8 . . . . . . . .
Mar. 28, 1968
Mar. 31, 1968.
M a y 9, 1968
M a y 31, 1968
J u n e 6, 1988
J u n e 3 0 , 1968
.
J u l y 11, 1968
J u l y 31, 1968
A u g . 15, 1968
A u g . 29, 1 9 6 8 . - - - - A u g . 3 1 , 1968
Sept. 19, 1968
.
Oct. 31, 1968
N o v . 21, 1988
N o v . 30, 1968
D e c 19, 1968
J a n . 2, 1969
J a n . 16, 1969
J a n . 31, 1969




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$11,000.00
10,000.00 .
4,000.00
60,000. 00 .
8,000.00
1,000. 00 .
9,000.00
21,000. 00 .
60,000. 00
5,000. 00 .
15,000.00
197,000.00
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 .
1,000.00
500,000. 00 .
8,000.00 . .
1, 000. 00 .
5,000.00
17, 000. 00 .
2,000.00
58, 000. 00
60 000.00
11,000.00
65,000. 00 .
10,000. 00
2,000. 00
2,000.00 . .

$11,000.00
10,000. 00
4,000.00
60, 000. 00
8,000.00
1,000.00
a 000. 00
21,000. 00
60, 000. 00
$5,000.00 .
15,000.00
147,000.00
1,000.00

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4,000.00
10,000..00
65, 000. 00
5, OCO. 00
3,000.00
10,000. 00
3,000. 00
5,000. 00
1,000.00
500,000. 00

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60,000. 00
11,000.00
65, 000. 00
10,000. 00

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5,000.00
15,000. 00

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Feb. 28, 1969
Mar. 6, 1969
Mar.20,1969
Mar. 27, 1969
Apr. 10,1969
Apr. 17, 1969
Apr. 24, 1969
Apr. 30, 1969
May 29, 1969
June5, 1969
JunelO, 1969.
June 23, 1969
June 26, 1989
June30, 1989
July 3, 1969
July 10, 1969
July 17, 1969
July 24, 1969
Aug. 21, 1969....

5,000.00
53,000.00
20,000.00
18,000.00...
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57,000.00
6,000.00
1,000.00
12,000.00
5,000.00 . . . .
5,000.00
33,000.00
5a 000.00
2a 000.00
75.000.00
2a000. 00
2.000.00
92,000.00
laOOO.OO
31.000.00

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Aug. 28, 1969....

Sept. 4, 1969
Sept. 11, 1969
Sept. 30, 1969
Oct. 2, 1969
Oct, 16,1969
Oct.23,1969
Oct. 30, 1969
Nov. 6, 1969
Nov. 13, 1969
Dec. 11, 1969
Dec.31,1969
Jan. 2, 1970
Jan.8,1970

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3,000.00

5,000.00

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25,000.00
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2,000.^00

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200.000.00

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Jan. 15, 1970..
Jan.31, 1970

Feb. 5, 1970
Feb. 13, 1970
Feb. 19, 1970
Feb. 26, 1970
Mar. 5, 1970
Mar. 12, 1970
Mar, 19,1970
Mar. 23, 1970

21,000.00

5.000.00
laOOO.OO
2,000.00
5.000.00
2.000.00
10,000.00.
24.000.00
17,000.00
11.000.00
35.000.00
15,000.00
1.000.00
8a000.00

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2,000.00
17,000.00
1,000.00
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101,000.00
2,000.00

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2a000.00
laOOO.OO
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21.000.00
83,000.00
11,000.00
109,000.00

2a000.00
8,000.00

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57,000.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
12,000.00
5,000.00
33.000.00
5a 000.00
2a O O 00
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2a 000. 00
2.00a00
90.000.00
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5,000.00
32,000.00
20,000.00
18,00000

2,000.00
41,000.00
7,000.00
10,000.00
2,000.00

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5,000.00

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35,000.00
15,000.00
1.000.00
6a 000. 00
93,000.00
2,000.00

2a000.00
19.000.00
7.000.00
liaOOO.OO
14,000.00
73,000.00
a 000. 00
109,000.00

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Outstanding
June 30, 1972

Issues

Transferred from interest-bearing debt

Issues
during year

Redemptions
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Trea.sury bills, maturity date—Continued
Mar. 26, 1970
Mar. 31, 1970
Apr. 2, 1970
Apr. 9, 1970
Apr. 16, 1970.
Apr, 22, 1970.
Apr. 23, 1970.
Apr. 30, 1970
May 7, 1970
May 14, 1970
May 28, 1970....
May 31, 1970
June 4, 1970
June 11, 1970
June 18, 1 9 7 0 . . . . . . .
June 22, 1 9 7 0 . . . . . . .
June 25, 1970
June 30, 1970...
July 2, 1970
July 9, 1970..
July 18, 1970
July 23, 1970
July 30, 1970.
July 31, 1970
Aug. 6, 1970
Aug. 13, 1970
Aug. 20, 1970
Aug. 27, 1970..
Aug, 31, 1970Sept, 3, 1970
Sept, 10, 1970
Sept. 17, 1970Sept.30, 1970.
Oct. 8, 1970
Oct, 15,1970

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3,000.00
29,00a00
7,000.00
25,000.00
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15,00a00
56,00000
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
5a00a00
22,000.00
66,00000
35,000.00
'24,000.00
2a000.00
5,000.00
37,000.00

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3a000.00
laooaoo
109,000.00
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28,000.00
7,000.00
1,00000
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1,000.00
8,000.00
3,000.00
3,000.00

...-.
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1,000.00
5,000.00
58,000,00
2,000.00
14,000.00

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30,000.00
47,000.00
12,000.00
50,000.00

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20,000.00
5,ooaoo
24,00a00

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2a000.00
laooo.oo
32,000.00
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3,000.00
1, 000. 00

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10,000. 00
29, 000. 00
7, 000. 00
53, OOO 00
53, 000. 00
35,000. 00
26, 000. 00
1, 000. 00
26,000. 00
15, ooa 00

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1,000. 00
32,000. 00
6, 000. 00
12,000. 00
l a 000. 00
18,000. 00
35, OOO 00
24,000. 00
a 000. 00
13.000. 00
10, 000. 00
10,000. 00
77,000. 00
10,000. 00
10,000. 00

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Nov. 18, 1970
Nov. 19, 1970Nov, 27,1970
Nov. 30, 1970
D e c 10, 1970
Dec. 17,1970
Dec. 24, 1970
Dec, 31, 1970
Jan, 7, 1971
Jan. 14,1971
Jan. 21,1971
Jan. 28,1971

-

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-

-

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15,000.00
2a000.00
3a000.00
2aooo.oo
108,000.00
40,00000
laOOO.OO -.4a000.00
20,00000
20,000.00
20,000.00
95,000.00
5a000.00

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1,000.00
10,000.00
20,00000
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72,000.00
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14,000.00
laOOO.OO
laOOO.OO
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34,00000
4ao00.00
10,000.00
30,000.00
20,00000

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40,000.00

95,000.65
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315,000.00

Jan. 31, 1971

Feb. 11, 1971
Feb. 18, 1971
Feb. 25,1971
Feb. 28, 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. 22, 1971
Apr. 29, 1971
Apr.30, 1971
May 6, 1971
May 20, 1971
May 27,1971
May 31, 1971
June3, 1971
June 10, 1971
June 17, 1971
June22, 1971
June30, 1971
J u l y l , 1971
July 22, 1971
July 29, 1971
July 31, 1971
Aug. 19, 1971
Aug. 26, 1971

-

-

294,000.00

21,000.00

20,00a00
6a000.00 . . . 4a000.00
176,000.00
30,000.00
75,00000
8a000.00
laOOO.OO --2a000.00
260,000 00
19a000.00
75,000.00
46a 000. 00 --10,000.00
7a000.00
5a000.00
35,000.00
25,000.00
eaOOO.OO
30,000.00
80,000.00
20,000.00
3a000.00
9a000.00
3a000.00
7a000.00
30,000.00
4a000.00
laooo.oo
2a000.00

2a000.00
20,000.00
3a000.00
74,000.00
10,00a 00
45,000.00
60,00000
10,000.00
20,000.00
200,000.00
13a000.00
65,000.00
480,000.00
10,00000
laOOO.OO
30,000.00

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25,000.00
5a000.00
20,000.00
2a000.00
3a000.00
OaOOO.OO ..laOOO.OO
10,000.00
40,000.00

4a00a00
laOOO.OO
102,000.00
20,000.00
3a 000. 00
20,000.00
OaOOO.OO
60,000.00
laOOO.OO
60,000.00
20,000.00
35,000.00
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T A B L E 34.—Changes in public debt issues, fiscal year 1973—Continued
Issues

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1972

Issues
d u r i n g year

Transferred from interest-bearing d e b t

Outstanding
J u n e 30,1973 i

Redemptions
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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
A u g . 31, 1971
-. Sept. 2, 1971
Sept. 16, 1971
Sept. 21, 1971
Sept. 23, 1971...u
Sept. 30, 1971
Oct. 7, 1971
Oct. 14, 1971
Oct. 21, 1971
O c t . 3 1 , 1971.
N o v . 4, 1971
N o v . 11, 1971
N o v . 30, 1971
Dec. 9, 1971
Dec. 16,1971
Dec. 23, 1971
D e c . 30, 1971
Dec. 31, 1971
:
J a n . 6, 1972
J a n . 13, 1972
J a n . 20, 1972.
J a n . 27, 1972
J a n . 31, 1972
F e b . 3,.1972
F e b . 10, 1972
F e b . 17, 1972
F e b . 24, 1972
.
F e b . 29, 1972.
Mar. 2, 1 9 7 2 . . .
Mar. a 1972
Mar. 16, 1972:
Mar. 23, 1 9 7 2 . - - .
Mar. 30, 1972
A p r . 6, 1 9 7 2 . . .
A p r . 13, 1972




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24a000.00
25,000.00
15,000.00
20,000.00
165,000.00
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iaooo.00
200,000.00
2a000.00
laooo.oo
75,000.00
100,000.00
15,000 00 . . . . . . .
laOOOOO
55,000.00
25a 000. 00
i3aooo.oo
65,000.00
12a000.00
30,000.00
75,000.00
20,000.00
5a000.00
20,000.00
30,000.00
12a000.00
45,000.00
3a000.00 . .
205,000.00
185,000.00
55,000.00
195,000.00
40,000.00

$50,000.00
175,000.00
25,000.00
15,000.00
laooo.oo
135,000.00
110,000.00
40,000.00

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2a000.00
laooo.oo
25,000.00
90,000.00
15,000.00
10,000.00
55,000.00
250,000.00
6o,ooaoo
65,000.00
120,000.00
30,000.00
75,000.00
2a000.00
30,000.00
2a000.00
3a000.00
12a000.00
45,000.00
30,000.00
165,000.00
175,000.00
55,000.00
19.5,000.00
40,000.00

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85,000. 00

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30,000.00

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A p r . 21, 1972
Apr. 27, 1972..
Apr,30,1972
M a y 4, 1972
M a y 11, 1972
M a y 18, 1972
M a y 25, 1972
M a y 31, 1972
J u n e l , 1972
J u n e 8 , 1972
J u n e 15, 1972
J u n e 21, 1 9 7 2 . . . .
J u n e 2 2 , 1972
J u n e 29, 1972
J u n e 3 0 , 1972
J u l y 31, 1972
A u g , 3, 1972
A u g . 17, 1972
A u g . 3 1 , 1972
Sept. 14, 1972
Sept. 30, 1972
Oct. 26, 1972
O c t , 3 1 , 1972....
N o v . 2, 1972
N o v , 9, 1972
N o v . 3 0 , 1972
D e c 7, 1972
D e 3 . 31, 1972..
J a n . 4, 1973...
J a n . 11, 1973
J a n , 18, 1973
J a n . 25, 1973
Jan. 31, 1973
Feb. 8, 1973..
Feb. 15, 1973
Feb. 22, 1973.
Feb. 28, 1973
Mar. 1, 1973
Mar. 8, 1973
Mar. 15, 1973
Mar, 22, 1973
Mar.29, 1973..
Mar, 31, 1973
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7a000.00
440,000.00
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
1,811,000.00
1,375,000.00 - - '4,659,000.00
24,271,000.00

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10,000.00
2a000.00
30,000.00
2a000.00
laOOO.OO
10,000.00
155,000.00
50,000.00
10,000.00
70,000.00
laOOO.OO
2a000.00
130,000.00
130,000.00
85,000,00
12a000.00
40,000.00
10,000.00
90,000.00
100,000.00
25,000.00
40,000.00
435,000.00
75,000.00
10,000.00
265,000.00
95,000.00

70,000.00
420,000.00
195,000.00
100,000.00 .
270,000.00
lOaOOO.OO
30,000.00
345,000.00
380,000.00
360,000.00
1,190,000.00
715,000.00
1,586,000.00
1,375,000.00
4 , 6 4 a 000.00
24,251,000.00

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2a000.00

30,000.00
10,000.00
25,000.00
10,000.00
20,000.00
85,000.00
10,000.00
20,000.00
30,000.00
20,000.00
10,000.00 ,
10,000.00 ''
155,000.00
50,000.00
10,000.00
70,000.00
10,000.00
20,000.00
130,000.00
130,000.00
85,000.00
120,000.00
40,000.00
10,000.00
90,000.00
100,000.00
25,000.00
40,000.00
435,000.00
75,000.00
10,000.00
265,000.00
95,000.00

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Issues

Outstanding
J u n e 30,1972

Issues
d u r i n g year

Transferred from interest-bearing d e b t

Redemptions
d u r i n g year

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1973 ^

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M A T U R E D D E B T ON W H I C H I N T E R E S T HAS CEASED—Con.
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
A p r . 5, 1973
A p r . 12, 1973
A p r . 19, 1973
A p r . 20, 1973
A p r . 26, 1973
-.
A p r . 3 0 , 1973
M a y 3, 1973
M a y 10, 1 9 7 3 . . . .
...............
M a y 17, 1973
M a y 24, 1973.
M a y 3 1 , 1973
J u n e 7, 1973
J u n e 14, 1973
J u n e 2 1 , 1973
J u n e 22, 1973
J u n e 28, 1973

--

.

$10,000.00
220,000.00
120,000.00
5,210,000.00
34a 000. 00
175,000.00
160,000.00
645,000.00
35,000.00
285,000.00
76a00a00
815,000,00
500,000.00
1,865,000.00
1,243,000.00
17,50a000.00

48,107,000.00

32,042,000.00

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$10,000.00
22a 000. 00
120,000.00
5,210,000.00
34a00O00
175,000.00
180,000.00
645,000.00
35,000.00
285,000.00
789,000.00
815,000.00
500,000 00
1,885,000.00
1,243,000.00
17,500,000.00
41,377,000.00

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T r e a s u r y s a v i n g s certificates:
Issued D e c . 15, 1921
I s s u e d Sept. 30, 1922
I s s u e d D e c 1, 1923
T o t a l T r e a s u r y s a v i n g s cerrificates

W

86,000.00

^

172,433,357.50

224,497,021.81

100.00
225.00

66,325.00
285,109,370 31

7,55a 00
44,500.00
13,95000

325.00

7,55a00
44,600.00
14,175.00

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DEBT BEARING NO INTEREST
Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Company tax and loss bonds
U.S. savings stamps
Excess profits tax refund 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 cerrificates
Thrift and Treasury savings stamps

26,851', 207.57
47,441,221,76

14,193,926.50
2,389,55a67

342,570 20
238,02a 19
825,000,000.00
322,539,016.00
52,917.50
72,798,597.50
1,965,091.29
4,657,912.00
215,17a753.00 ---3,897,214.75

1,124,786.30

-

1,648.92
276.11

34a 921.28
237,753.08

1,233,228.00

-..

41,045,134.07
48,705,986.13

119,8ia00
1,804,002.00
223.00

825,000,000.00
322,539,016.00
52,917.50
71,565,371.50
1,965,091.29
4,538,102.00
213,375,751.00
3,898,991.75

4,283,972.33
466,594.137.927.48

1,533,063,035.60
458,135,697.927.06

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Total debt bearing no Interest
Total gross pubhc debt 10

1,520,763,53a76
18,583,477,17
427,184,032,026.22 497,545,803,828.32 ..-

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1 Reconcihation by classes to the basis of the daily Treasury statement is shown in
summary table 26.
2 Treasury bihs are shown at maturity value.
3 Consists of a strip issued on Mar. 6, 1972, of additional amount of one series of outstanding Treasury bills dated Jan. 6,1972, and maturing July 6,1972.
* Does not include $204,310,000.00 issued Mar. 6, 1972 (see footnote 3).
8 Settlement made subsequent to last day of month in which bills matured.
8 Amounts issued and retired for series E savings bonds and for savings notes include
accured discount; amounts outstanding are stated at current redemption values.
' Amounts issued, retired, and outstanding for retirement plan bonds are stated at
par with semiarmual interest added when due.




,

8 Consists of issues in which there have been no transactions since the fiscal year 1956;
for amount of each issue outstanding (unchanged since June 30, 1956) see 1956 Annual
Report, p. 435.
9 Excess of unclassified redemptions over unclassified sales.
lo Includes public debt incurred to finance expenditures of wholly owned Government corporations and other business-type activities in exchange for which their securities were issued to the Treasury (see table 107).

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19 73 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1972-June 1973
[On basis of daily Treasury statements, supplemented by special statements by the Bureau of the Pubhc
Debt on public debt transactions]
Date

Securities

Rate of
Amount issued 2
interest ^

1972
Percent
July 2 Treasury certificates, maturing:
Jan. 2, 1973
4.35
Jan. 2, 1973
4.35
June 30, 1973
3.50
3
July 3, 1972
-..
3.849
Oct. 3, 1972
4.138
June 30, 1973
3.50
3 Treasury notes, foreign currency series, maturing July 3, 1972
5.28
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
3
Maturing Dec. 21, 1972
4.328
Adjustments of issues
i
3 Certificates"^ of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
July 3, 1972
3.80
July 3, 1972
,3.85
July 3, 1972
3.80
Oct. 3, 1972.
4.15
Oct. 3,1972..
4.15
Oct. 3, 1972
4.15
6
Oct. 6, 1972
4.15
Oct. 6, 1972
4.15
Treasury bills:
';
Regular weekly:
6
Dated Jan. 6,1972
43.873
6
Maturing Oct. 5, 1972
4.139
6
Maturing Jan. 4, 1973
4.689
7
Maturing Dec. 28, 1973
4.484
Adjustments of issues
7 Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing:
July 7, 1972
6.05
July 7, 1977
5.90
7 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
July 7, 1972
3.80
. July 7, 1972
3.80
Oct. 8, 1972
4.15
Oct. 8, 1972
4.15
Oct. 6, 1972.
4.15
10
July 10, 1972
3.80
Oct. 10, 1972
'.
4.15
13 Treasury certificates, maturing June 30,1973..
3.50
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
13
Dated Jan. 13,1972
43,534
13
Maturing Oct. 12, 1972..
. 4.103
13
Maturing Jan. 11, 1973
4.605
14 Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing:
July 14, 1972
5.80
July 14. 1977
5.875
17 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Aug, 17, 1972
3,70
Oct. 17, 1972
4,10
Oct, 17, 1972
4.10
18
Aug. 17, 1972
.-.
3,70
Oct. 18, 1972
3,95
Oct, 18, 1972
3,95
Oct, 18,1972
3.95
Oct, 18, 1972
3.95
Oct. 18, 1972
3.95
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
18
Maturing Sept. 28, 1972
4.024
Adjustments of issues
Footnotes at end of table.




Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

$66,993,35L 35
515,333.47

$66,993,351.35
1,000,163.34

1,009,787.41
3,155,491,78

78,500,00a00

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15,000,000.00
557,000,000.00
75,000,000.00
270,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
2,297,430,000.00
1,799,115,000.00

15,000,000.00
557,000,000.00
75,000,000,00

4,106,995,000.00

166,'666.'66'-----'--'--200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
44,000,00000

30,000,000.00
44,000,000.00
350,000,000 00
100,000,000.00
585,74

2,300,875,000.00
1,801,425,000.00

30,000,000.00

100,000, ooa 00

3,901,505,000,00

200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00

70,000,000.^00
250,000,000.00
17,000,000.00
417,000,000.00 .-24,000, ooa 00 83,000,000.00
450,000,000.00

15,000,000.00
15,000,000.00
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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of
interest ^

1972
Percent
July 19 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Aug. 17, 1972
3.70
Sept. 1, 1972
3.80
Sept. 28, 1972
4.05
Oct. 6, 1972
4,15
Oct. 6, 1972
4,15
Oct. 18, 1972
3.95
Oct. 19, 1972
3.95
Oct. 19, 1972
3.95
Oct. 19, 1972
3.95
Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing:
Mar. 22, 1976
5.75
Mar. 22, 1977
5.90
Sept, 22, 1977
5.90
.Mar. 22, 1978
5.95
Sept. 22, 1978
6.00
May 15, 1979
6.05
July 16, 1979
6.10
20
July 20, 1972
5.85
July 20, 1972
5.85
Oct. 18, 1973.....
5.00
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated Jan. 20,1972
4 3.687
20
Maturing Oct. 19, 1972
3.949
20
Maturing Jan. 18,1973
4.455
20
20 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
July 20, 1972
.3.85
Aug. 17, 1972
3.70
Oct. 2a 1972
.3.95
Aug. 17, 1972
3.70
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Maturing Dec. 28,1972
.-.
4.484
Adjustments of Issues
Treasury certi: cates, maturing June 30, 1973..
3.50
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign currency
series, maturing:
July 21, 1972
3.50
Jan. 19, 1973
4.375
24 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Aug. 17,1972
3.70
Aug. 30,1972
3.80
Aug. 17, 1972
3.70
Aug. 17,1972
3.70
Aug. 17,1972
3,70
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated Jan. 27, 1972
4 3.613
Maturing Oct. 26, 1972
4.046
Maturing Jan. 25,1973
4,585
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
July 28,1972
3.55
Aug. 17, 1972
3,70
Oct. 27, 1972
4.05
Aug. 17, 1972
3,70
31
Treasury bills:
Regular monthly:
Dated July 31,1971
4 5.525
Maturing Apr, 30, 1973
4.723
MaturingJuly 31, 1973
4.918
Treasury certificates, maturing June 30,1973..
3.50
U.S. savings bonds: ^
Series E-1941
« 3.897
Series E-1942
6 3.593
Series E-1943
63.506
Series E-1944
63.584
Series E-1945
6 3.666
Series E-1946
«3.758
Series E-1947
« 3,830
Footnotes at end of table.




Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Amount issued 2

$15,000,000 00
300.000,000.00
878,000,000.00
270,000,000.00
350,000,000.00
417,000,000.00
$193,000,000.00 .
31,000,000.00 .
91,000,000.00 .

500,000,000.00
500,000,000,00
500,000,000.00
500,000,000.00
500,000,000.00
500,000,000.00
500,000,000.00

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
100,000,000.00
100,000.000.00

200,000,000.00 .

2,300,550,000.00 ,
1,799,955,000.00 .

3,901,915,000.00

40,000,000.00
20,000,000.00
40,000,000,00
10,000,000.00

26;666'66".'.-".--'.---'.-".-'.--5,354,102,87
,

110,982,062,20
113,997,87a 11
10,000.000.00

5aooo,ooo.oo

10,000,000.00
15,000,000,00
20,000,000.00
,
2,301,210,000.00
1,800,400, ooa 00

3,903,330,000,00

25,000,000.00
15,000,000.00
25,000,000.00
260,000,000.00
1,702,645,000,00
500,180,000.00
1,200,960,000.00
624, 227,15
5,385,045.62
5,705,477.18
10,394,272,75
6,234,545, 61
4,250,73L20
5,200,968,01

3a565,306.98
1, 010,100, 25
3,924,648. 74
5,454, 688,04
6.691,465.48
5,977, 652,52
3,238,424.40
3.804,99a 02

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public deb^
securities, excluding special issues, July 1972-June 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

1972
J u l y 31

31
31

31
31
31

R a t e of
interest i

A m o u n t issued 2

Percent
U . S . savings b o n d s ^—Continued
6 3.907
Series E-1948
Series E-1949
.6 4.030
- . 6 4.128
Series E-1950
..
6 4.191
Series E-1951
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y t o April)
3. 610
- . 6 3.677
Series E-1952 (May t o D e c e m b e r )
6 3. 762
Series E-1953
Series E-1954
-. . .
6 3.888
Series E-1955
..
6 3.978
Series E-1958
. - . . -.
6 4.142
Series E-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
4.230
6 4.368
Series E-1957 ( F e b r u a r y t o D e c e m b e r ) - . . .
Series E-1958
-- 6 4.484
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y t o M a y )
--.
4.570
-- 6 4.572
Series E-1959 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1960- . -- 6 4.644
Series E-1981
-- 6 4.746
Series E-1962
- - . . -- 6 4.825
Series E-1963
- . 6 4.890
Series E-1964
--.
6 4.473
Series E-1985 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r ) - - .
6 4.427
Series E-1965 (December) 4.600
Series E-1966
---.
4.654
Series E-1987
---.
4.828
4.960
Series E-1968 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1968 (June to December)
5.091
Series E-1989 ( J a n u a r y to May)
5.200
Series E-1989 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
5,427
Series E-1970 ( J a n u a r y to May)
5.460
Series E-1970 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r ) - -5.500
Series E-1971
5,500
Series E-1972
5.500
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
-6 3.573 .
Series H-1952
6 3. 843
Series H-1953
- . .
-6 3.733 Series H-1954
6 3. 821
Series H-1955
6 3.953 Series H-1956
- . - --4.030 .
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
6 4.244 .
Series H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to D e c e m b e r ) . . . .
-.
6 4.349 .
Series H-1958
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May) - 4.430
...
6 4.486 .
Series H-1959 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
6 4.522 .
Series H-1980.
. - --. - 6 4. 585
Series H-1981
--8 4.137 .
Series H-1982
-.-6 4.262 .
Series H-1963
--.
6 4.394
Series H-1964
6 4.536
Series H-1985 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r ) - - --Series H-1985 (December)
4.810
4. 848
Series H-1986
-.. 4.982
Series H-1967
Series H-1968 ( J a n u a r y to Mav)
5.070
Series H-1968 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
- 5.153
Series H-1960 ( J a n u a r y to May)
-.
5.240
Series H-1989 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
5,445
Series H-1970 ( J a n u a r y to May)
5.470
Series H-1970 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
5.500
Series H-1971
-..
--5.500
5.500
Series H-1972
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p r i o n s
T r e a s u r y notes, Series A-1974
- -. " ' . " " b J i " ' .
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s ^
U . S . savings notes: 8
Series S-1987
. 4.74
4.74
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 )
5.00
Series S-1969
5.00
Series S-1970
.5.00
Unclassified
U . S . r e t i r e m e n t plan b o n d s
'-""'4.'.36"
D e p o s i t a r y b o n d s . F i r s t Series
2.00
T r e a s u r y bonds, R E A Series
2.00

Footnotes at end of table.




$5,551,252.31
6,084, 238. 06
8, 089, 808. 68
4,771, 887. 99
2, 842, 007.15
4, 293,870. 51
4,767, 690 17
4,859, 573. 81
5,150, 532. 84
5,130,367. 50
40. 07
5,320,836. 99
5,537,847. 51
2,820,484. 74
2,983,335. 85
5,727,194. 82
6, 691,35a 30
7,129, 088. 56
9,448,450 08
8,578,809. 70
9,602,322. 07
605. 65
10,022, 918. 58
10,318,439. 85
5,145,689. 89
4,766,234. 99
4,955,296. 66
4,819,630 93
5,378,098.12
5,163,805.76
14,776,493.19
441,679,837.50
26,133,226.13

Amount matured
or called c r
r e d e e m e d prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

$3,820 941 13
4, 034,102. 77
3,727,596.88
3,344, 259. 00
1,120 497. 92
2,581,316. 40
4 293 092 69
4,726,431.78
5,010,012. 65
4, 780,822. 94
448,180. 38
5, 231,955. 31
8, 213, 788. 73
3, 418,473. 54
4, 669,549. 92
9,122, 804. 09
9,982,448. 70
10, 710, 619. 99
12,689,483.63
14,589,709.55
9,742,851. 27
1,1(F,462.27
13,046,1876.47
13,426,972.52
6,377,452. 34
9,304,287. 93
8,798,564.03
9,985,427.24
8,949,687. 89
17,383,895. 36
70,436,987. 77
110,647,406.25
22,138,828. 62
167,500. 00
300,000. 00
845,000. 00
1,227,000.00
990,000.00
83,000. 00
841,000.00
- 1,148,000 00
402,000. 00
789,000. 00
1,838, ooa 00
1,910,000.00
2,858,000. 00

i,34a5oaoo

234,500. 00
47,716,50O 00
10,739, OOO 00

1,187.000. 00
994,500, 00
183,000. 00
1,118,000.00
1,175,500 00
312,500. 00
653,500. 00
240,000. 00
599,000. 00
306,500. 00
385,000. 00
1.05a OOO 00
123,500 00
7,433, OOO 00
6,000. 00

184,816. 86
289, 273. 68
393,347. 51
1,044,193.89
444,882. 82
162. 00
421,90a94
162,000. 00
250, OOO 00

1,405,069. 74
578,915. 53
1,048,822.80
2,551,278.69
962,114.54

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128,777. 71
410, ooa 00
50,000. 00

STATISTICAL
TABLE

35.—Issues, maturities, a n d redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1 9 7 3 — C o n t i n u e d

Securities

Date

Rate of
interest i

Percent
1972
2^
July 31 Treasury bonds, Investment Series B-1975-80Redeemed in exchange for 1M% Treasury
notes, Series EA-1977
--\A '
31 Treasury notes, Series EA-1977
31 Miscellaneous.Total July
Aug.

171

APPENDIX

1 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
A u g . 17, 1972
.--2
A u g . 17, 1972
---3
A u g . 17, 1 9 7 2 . . .
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
3
D a t e d F e b . 3, 1972
3
M a t u r i n g N o v . 2, 1972
3
M a t u r i n g F e b . 1, 1973
Regular m o n t h l y :
4
M a t u r i n g J u l y 31, 1973
A d j u s t m e n t s of i.ssues
4 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign currency
series, m a t u r i n g :
A u g . 4, 1972
F e b . 2, 1973
---.
4 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30, 1973.4 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
A u g . 4, 1972
-A u g . 17, 1972
--N o v . 3, 1972
7 S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series, certificates
of i n d e b t e d n e s s
---7 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
A u g . 17, 1972
---A u g . 17, 1972
----A u g . 17, 1972
---^9
A u g . 10, 1972
--10
A u g . 17, 1972
N o v . 10, 1972
T r e a s u r y bihs:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d F e b . 10, 1972,10
M a t u r i n g N o v . 9, 1972
10
10
M a t u r i n g F e b . 8, 1973
11 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g Dec. 15, 1972-.
11 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
A u g . 11, 1972-----A u g . 11, 1972
A u g . 17, 1972
N o v . 13, 1972
-.---N o v . 13, 1972------A u g . 17, 1972.--N o v . 14, 1972
N o v . 14, 1972
T r e a s u r y notes. Series E-1972
-R e d e e m e d in exchange for:
^ H % T r e a s u r y notes. Series F-1976
8 K % T r e a s u r y notes. Series A-1979. . - - 6 H % T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1984
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1972.
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for:
5J^% T r e a s u r y notes. Series F-1976
% \ i % T r e a s u r y notes. Series A-1979
8 H % T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1984
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1967-72 (dated Oct. 20,1941).
R e d e e m e d in exchange for:
5>8% T r e a s u r y notes, Series F-1978
8)^% T r e a s u r y notes. Series A-1979
85^% T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1984

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


http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/
526-680 0 - 7 4 - 1 2
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Amount issued 2

$928,"666."66"
26,321,969,012.31

3.70
3.70
3.70

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

$928,000. 00
71.572. OOO 00
22,514,486,818.27

20,000,000. 00
20,000,000. 00
25,000,000.00

4 3. 658 .
3.798
2,301,125,000 00 .
4.298
1.800,035,000 00 .

3,901,285, ooa 00

4.918 .
20,000 00 .
55,699,481. 87

3.625
4.25
3.50

58,878,306.88 .
3, lOa 40 .

3.60
3.70
3.80

55,000,00000 .

55,000,000. 00
25,000,000. 00
3,000,000 00 ,

3.70
3.70
3.70
3.50
3.70
3.95

20,000,000.00
25,000,000. 00
25,000,000. 00
105,000,000. 00
20,000,000. 00
105,000,000 00 .

4 3.517 .
3.928
2,299,060,000 00 .
4.431
1,800,830,000 00 .
1.00 .
3.50
3.50
3,70
3.95
3.95
3.70
3.95
3.95
5.00

3,900,925,000. 00
54.'92
70,000,000. 00
50,000,000. 00
25,000,000. 00

70,000,000 00 .

5aoooo,oaoo .

20,000,000. 00

8,331,431.18 .
20,000,000. 00 .
1,715,222, ooa
612,159, ooa
15,481, OOO
231,531, OOO

00
00
00
00

698,343, OOO 00
123,530,500. 00
253,068,000. 00
378,325,000. 00

2H
1,094,703, ooa 00
181,456, ooa 00
220,842,000.00

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19 73 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1972-June 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of Amount issued 2
interest ^

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Percent
1972
6.00
Aug. 15 Treasury notes. Series F-1972
Redeemed in exchange for:
5J^% Treasury notes, Series F-1976
6>i% Treasury notes. Series A-1979
6H% Treasury bonds of 1984
15 Treasury bonds of 1967-72 (dated Nov. 15,1945)
2H
Redeemed in exchange for:
5>8% Treasury notes, Series F-1976
6K% Treasury notes. Series A-1979
8H% Treasury bonds of 1984
Treasury notes. Series A-1974
5^
15
Redeemed in exchange for:
83^% Treasury notes. Series A-1979
6H% Treasury bonds of 1984
3K
15 Treasury bonds of 1974
Redeemed in exchange for:
6K% Treasury notes. Series A-1979
6M% Treasury bonds of 1984
5M
15 Treasury notes. Series A-1975
Redeemed in exchange for:
63^% Treasury notes. Series A-1979
6^% Treasury bonds of 1984
5V8
15 Treasury notes. Series E-1975
Redeemed in exchange for:
6M% Treasurynotes, Series A-1979...
6 ^ % Treasury bonds of 1984...
:
514
15 Treasurynotes, Series F-1978
Issued in exchange for:
5% Treasury notes. Series E-1972
.-.--.
$1,715,222, O O 00
O
4% Treasury bonds of 1972 (dated
Sept. 15, 1982)
898,343, OOa 00
23^% Treasury bonds of 1987-72 (dated
Oct. 20, 1941)
1,094,703, ooa 00
6% Treasury notes. Series F-1972
.828,728,000.00
23^% Treasury bonds of 1987-72 (dated
Nov. 15, 1945)
--.
808,047,000.00
15 Treasury notes, Series A-1979
63i
Issued in exchange for:
5% Treasury notes. Series E-1972
612,159, ooa 00 .
4% Treasury bonds of 1972 (dated
Sept. 15, 1982)
123,530,500.00 .
23^% Treasury bonds of 1987-72 (dated
181,456,000.00
Oct. 20, 1941)
6% Treasury notes, Series F-1972-.-.-196,838,000.00
23^% Treasury bonds of 1987-72 (dated
Nov. 15, 1945)
222,857,500.00 .
5H% Treasury notes. Series A-1974
1,232,977,000 00
3>s% Treasury bonds of 1974
-.758,408, OOa 00
5H% Treasury notes. Series A-1975
---.
679,262,000 00
5>8% Treasury notes. Series E-1975
555,130,000,00
15 Treasury bonds of 1984
eVs
Issued in exchange for:
5% Treasury notes. Series E-1972
15,481,000.00 4% Treasury bonds of 1972 (dated
253,066,000.00 .
Sept, 15, 1962)
23^% Treasury bonds of 1967-72 (dated
220,842,000.00 .
Oct. 20, 1941)
6% Treasury notes. Series F-1972
133,185,000,00 .
23^% Treasury bonds of 1967-72 (dated
164,720,500.00 .
Nov. 15, 1945)
538,675,000.00 .
5M% Treasury notes. Series A-1974
265,480,500 00 .
^ h % Treasury bonds of 1974
452,958,000.00 .
5M% Treasury notes. Series A-1975
268,332,000.00 .
5>8% Treasury notes. Series E-1975
41,332,000.00 .
Issued for cash
15 Certi "cates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Aug. 17, 1972
3.70 .
Nov. 15, 1972
3.95
15,000,000.00 .
Aug. 18, 1972
3.70 .
16
Aug. 17, 1972
3.70
21,825,65a 39 .
Nov. 16, 1972
3.95
18,000,000 00 .
Nov. 16, 1972
3.95
Footnotes at end of table.




$628,728,000. 00
198,838, ooa 00
133,185,000. 00
808,047,000. 00
222,857,500. 00
164,720,500 00
1,232, 977,000. 00
538,675,000. 00
758,406,000. 00
285,460,500. 00
679,282,000. 00
452,958, O O 00
O
555,130,000. 00
288,332,000. 00

15,000,000.00
20,000,000. 00

18,000, ooa 00

173

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

18

24

25

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

Percent

1972
A u g . 17
17
17
17

R a t e of
interest i

T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular w e e k l y :
D a t e d F e b . 17, 1972
M a t u r i n g N o v . 16, 1972
M a t u r i n g F e b . 15, 1973
Certi icates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
A u g . 17, 1972
A u g . 17, 1972
A u g . 17, 1972
.-...•N o v . 17, 1972
N o v . 17, 1972
N o v . 17, 1972
A u g . 18, 1972
A u g . 18, 1972
--.
N o v . 17, 1972----N o v . 18,1972
T r e a s u r v certi cates, m a t u r i n g :
J u n e 3 0 , 1973
--J u n e 30,1973
.-..-....
State a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series. T r e a s u r y
notes
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d F e b . 24, 1972
M a t u r i n g N o v . 24, 1972
M a t u r i n g F e b . 22, 1973T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
A u g . 24, 1972
A u g . 24, 1972
N o v . 29, 1972
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
A u g . 24, 1972
Oct. 19, 1972
N o v . 24, 1972
--A u g . 25, 1972
N o v . 24, 1972
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30, 1 9 7 3 - .
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
A u g . 30,1972
N o v . 30, 1972.T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d A u g . 31, 1971
M a t u r i n g N o v . 30. 1972
M a t u r i n g Mar. 1, 1973
Regular m o n t h l y :
D a t e d A u g . 31, 1971
M a t u r i n g M a y 31, 1973
M a t u r i n g A u g . 31, 1973
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30, 1973.U . S . savings bonds: *
Series E-1941
Series E-1942
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1945-Series E-1948
Series E-1947
Series E-1948
Series E-1949
Series E-1950
Series E-1951
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to April)
Series E-1952 (May to D e c e m b e r ) Series E-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 December)
Series E-1958

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




4 3.627 .
3.955 $2,301,145,000.00 .
4,465
1,800,285,000.00 .
3.70
3.70
3.70
3.95
3.95
3.95
3.70
3.70
3.95
3.95

.
.
.

4,101,135,000.00

350,000,000.00
10,000,000. 00
100,000,000.00
275,000,000.00
10,000,000.00 .
100,000,000.00 .

.
.

35,000,000. 00
600,000,000 00
35,000,000.00 .
600,000,000.00 .
28,549,166.60 .
3,128,372.79 .

3.50
3.50

4,915,000.00 .
4,102,370, ooa 00

4 3. 888
4.058
4.824

2,301,645,000 00 .
1,800,540,000 00 .

5.94
6.15
5.05
3.85
3.95
4.05
3.85
4.05
3.50

200,000, ooa 00 .

35,000,000. 00
41,000,000. 00

.

3.80
4.35

100,000, ooa 00
100,000,000.00

-35,000, ooa 00 .

30,000,000. 00

30,000, ooa 00 .
192.98 .
100,000,000. 00
100,000,000. 00 .

4 3.761 4.331
2,300,475, ooa 00 .
4.819
1,800,885, ooa 00 .

4,097,860,000. 00

4 4, 965
5.040
5.178
3.50 _

1,700,185,000. 00

6 3. 897
6 3. 593
6 3.508
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. 888
6 3. 978
6 4.142
4.230
6 4.388
6 4.484

500,950,000. 00 .
1,803,710,000 00 .
451,501.64
3,486,477. 80
4,477,491.47
7,919,709.17
4,03a 353.10
3,296,970. 81
3,670,924.85
4,154,898. 47
4,657,516. 23
4,492,874.07
3,791,767.89
1,958,152.11
5,474,945. 63
5,825,158.03
5,979,804.11
6,321,321.33
5,856,175. 32
9 a 88
5,057,757.46
5,417,164.57

15,724,704.1
1,604, 382.15
6,888, 340,46
9,711, 143. 60
12,348, 127.44
l a 514, 265. 00
5,818, 804. 89
8,634, 194. 20
7,343, 427. 89
7,452, 959. 67
7,269, 391. 65
6,099, 321. 96
2,139, 378. 88
4,820, 345.74
7,660, 948.38
8,398, 4 i a 11
9,226, 924. 48
8,730, 597. 93
810, 7 i a 18
7,867, 288.49
7,800, 131.19

174

19 73 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E '':85.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding specialissues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

1972
A u g . 31

31

31
31
31
31
31
31

Securities

R a t e of
interest i

A m o u n t issued 2

Percent
U . S . savings b o n d s s—Conrinued
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
4. 570
$2,845,147. 23
Series E-1959 ( J u n e to December) -.
6 4. 572
2,726,843. 84
Series E-1960
. 6 4. 644
5,252,769.15
. 6 4. 746
Series E-igOl
6,336,219. 25
. 6 4. 825
Series E-1962
-8,777,468. 92
. 6 4. 890
8,027, 632. 28
Series E-1963
. 6 4. 473
7,848,132.32
Series E-1964
. 6 4. 427
7,394,194.15
Series E-1985 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
4. 600
21.94a 79
Series E-1965 (December)
- - .
4. 654
8,470,412. 78
Series E-1968
.
.4.826
8,248,424. 52
Series E-1967-4,205,363.54
Series E-1968 ( J a n u a r y to May)
4. 960
4,025,212. 28
Series E-1968 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
5. 091
4,012,284. 42
5. 200
Series E -1969 ( J a n u a r y to May) - - - .
•4,079,538. 49
Series E-1969 ( J u n e to December)
5.427
4,301,081.46
5. 480
Series E-1970 ( J a n u a r y to May)
4, 630,886. 82
5. 500
Series E-1970 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
12,733,522. 65
5. 500
Series E-1971
604,245,468. 35
5. 500
Series E-1972---.
10-64,682,436.93
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s Series H-l9.52
:"'"6'3.'573'" Series PI-1953
.. 6 3 . 6 4 3 .
Series Ii-1954
. 6 3.733 .
Series H-1955
6 3.821 .
Series H - 1 9 5 6 -6 3.953 .
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y ) 4.030 .
Series I-I-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to December)
6 4.244 _
Series H-1958
6 4.349 .
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
4.430 .
Series H-1959 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
6 4.488 .
Series H-1960
6 4.522 .
Series H-1961
6 4.585 .
Series Ii-1962
6 4.137 .
Series H-1963
6 4.262 .
Series H-1964
6 4.394 .
Series I-I-1985 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
5 4.536 .
Series H-1985 (December)
-..
4. 810 .
Series H-1966
4. 848 .
Series H-1987
4.982 .
Series H-1968 ( J a n u a r y to May)
5.070 .
Series H-1988 ( J u n e to December)
5.153 .
Sei res H-1969 ( J a n u a r y to May) - . 500.00
5.240
Series H-1989 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r ) -5.445 .
Series H-1970 ( J a n u a r y to May)
-- 5.470 .
Series H-1970 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
5.500 .
Series H-1971
174,500 00
5.500
Series H-1972
---.
66,583,000. 00
5.500
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
10-8,009,500 00
U . S . savings notes: s
4.74
218,393. 21
Series S-1967
--Series S-1968 ( J a n u a r y to May) - 4.74
290, 623. 49
5.00
Series S-1968 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
417, 998. 71
5.00
Series S-1969
1.023,725.05
5.00
Series S-1970
381,172. 27
- 6 1 . 05
Unclassified
354,305. 20
U . S . rerirement plan b o n d s
--326,500. 00
D e p o s i t a r y b o n d s , F i r s t Series
""2.'66"
T r e a s u r y b o n d s , R E A Series-2.00 .
T r e a s u r y b o n d s . I n v e s t m e n t Series B -1975-80-.
2h R e d e e m e d in exchange for 1}4% T r e a s u r y
notes. Series EA-1977
.T r e a s u r y notes. Series EA-1977
i," 678,'666.'66".
Miscehaneous

..........

- 37,307,511,333.31

Total August
Sept. 1 T r e a s u r y notes, foreign currency series,
maturing:
Sept. 1, 1972
N o v . 30, 1973
1 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 19, 1972
N o v . 14, 1972
1 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30, 1 9 7 3 . .

Footnotes at end of table.




5.15
5.50

.

3.95
3.95
3.50

.
.

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

$3,285,230. 65
4,226,181.32
8,081,42a 65
9,574,276. 67
10,106,842. 88
12,127,334.21
13,944,615. 93
9,548,779. 29
974,310 42
11,981,936.65
12,184, 979. 32
5,864,842. 87
8,517,019. 02
5,991,983.97
a 272,713.30
8,355,743. 84
16,004,230.31
5 a 881,397. 82
115,303,233.30
20,450,605.19
304,000. 00
708,000. 00
1,382,000 00
1,839,500.00
1,571,500. 00
82,500. 00
1,240,000. 00
2,042,500. 00
962,000. 00
1,017,000. 00
3,059,500. 00
3,328,000. 00
4,572,500. 00
2,372,500. 00
2,375,000. 00
1,725,000. 00
152,000. 00
2,120,000. 00
1,901,500 00
970,000. 00
863,500. 00
709,500.00
878,000. 00
862,500. 00
624,500. 00
1,622,500 00
896,500. 00
10 _7,909, ooa 00
1,135,103. 80
779,145. 22
1,000,924.74
2,237,223.58
881,08a 60
(9)

138,099.32
24,500.00
1,489,000 00
1,078, ooa 00
61,743,50a 00
36,951,369,815. 54

28,099,500. 00
2 a 086,878. 30 .
25,000,000. 00
4,000,000. 00
256.38 ..

175

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of
interest i

Percent
1972
Sept. 5 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign scries,
maturing:
Nov. 14, 1972
--'
3.95
Nov. 16, 1972
3.95
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Maturing Nov. 30, 1972
4.331
Adjustments of issues
Maturing Mar. 1, 1973--4.818
Adjustments of issues
Dated Mar. 9, 1972
43.333
Maturing Dec. 7, 1972
4.567
Maturing Mar. 8, 1973
4.937
Maturing Nov. 24. 1972
4.039
Adjustments of issues
State and local government series:
Certificates of indebtedness
Treasury bonds. - Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated Mar. 18, 1972
43.971
Maturing Dec. 14, 1972
4.759
Maturing Mar. 15, 1973
5.074
Treasury bonds of 1987-72 (dated Oct. 20,
1941)
--23^
Redeemable for cash
Treasury notes,- foreign series, maturing Mar,
15, 1977—
2.50
Treasury certificates, maturing:
3.50
June 30, 1973
3.50
June 30, 1973
Treasury bills:
Regular monthly:
Maturing Aug. 28, 1973
5.178
Adjustments of issues
---Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Sept. 20,1972
3.95
Sept,20, 1972
3.95
Dec 20,1972
-4.65
Dec20,1972
4.65
Nov.13,1972
3,95
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated Mar, 23, 1972
44.100
21
Maturing Dec. 21, 1972
4.632
21
Maturing Mar. 22, 1973
5.098
21 Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing:
Sept, 21, 1972
5.40 .
Dec. 27, 1972
-5.60
25 Treasury certificates, maturing June 30, 1973- 3.50
25 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Sept.25, 1972
-.3.95 .
Dec, 26, 1972
---.
4.65
26
Sept. 26, 1972
3.95.
Dec. 26, 1972
--4.65
26 Treasury certificates, maturing June 30, 1973. 3,50
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
28
Dated Mar. 30,1972
- 4 4.169 .
28
Maturing Dec. 28, 1972
-4.644
28 . Maturing Mar, 29, 1973
-.
5.236
28 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 18,1972
---3.95 .
Oct, 19,1972
3,95 .
29
Oct,18, 1972
3.95.
30 U.S. savings bonds:*
SeriesE-1941
- . . . . 63.395
Series E-1942
63.947
Series E-1943-.63.719
Series E-1944...63.534
Series E-1945-,
«3,656
Footnotes at end of table.




Amount issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

$4,331,431.18
1,825,850 39

$820,00000
925,00000

4,101,755,000.00

2,422,520,000. 00

i,80i,2oaooaoo

130,000 00 .
1,385,000 00 .
3,615,000 00 .
4,101,210, OOO 00

2,302,200, OOO 00 .
1,800,810,000.00.
-

--•

-

453,703,25a 00

156,857,824.07 .
184.68 .
1,878.77 .

-340,00000 .
564,000, OOa 00 .
362,000,00a00 .
1

2,300,850,000 00 .
1,801,825, ooa 00 ,

564, ooa 000 00
382,000,000 00
50,000,000, 00
4,101,700, ooa 00

200,000, ooa 00
200,000, ooa 00

11,265,664,47 ,
728,000, ooa 00

728,000, ooa 00 .

'"i59,'666,'666,"66

'i59,'666,'666^66'.
4,3oaoo .

4,105,320, ooa 00
2,300,570, ooa 00 .
1,800,615,000 00 .
5,000, ooa 00
25,000,000.00
25,000,000.00
421,545, 98
3,716,078,69
10,122,323.38
3,877,438.35
3,629,823.72

1,253,094. 21
5,840,342. 74
8,617,131.14
10,630,736.74
• 8,998,080.10

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1973 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF THE

TREASURY

T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Securities

Date

1972

Rate of
interest i

Amount issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Percent

Sept. 30

30
30
30
30
30

U . S . savings b o n d s «—Continued
Series E-1946
----Series E-1947
Series E-1948
---Series E-1949
Series E - 1 9 5 0 Series E-1951
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y t o April)
Series E-1952 (May t o D e c e m b e r )
Series E - 1 9 5 3 - --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 December)
Series E - 1 9 5 8 - Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
Series E-1959 (June to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1980--Series E-1961
Series E-1962Series E - 1 9 8 3 - - Series E-1984-.
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r ) Series E-1965 (December)
Series E-1966
Series E-1967
Series E-1968 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1988 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1969 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1969 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1970 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) . . Series E-1970 (Juno to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1971
Series E-1972-.
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p r i o n s
Series H-1952
Series H-1953
--Series H-1954—Series H-1955—
Series H-1956
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to D e c e m b e r )
Series H-1958
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series H-1959 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r ) .
Series H-1960
Series H-1961
Series H-1962
Series H-1963
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 (December)
Series H-1986..
Series H-1967
Series H-1968 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
Series H-1968 (June t o D e c e m b e r ) . . .
Series H-1969 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) . . - .
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 M a y ) . — ..
Series H-1970 (June to D e c e m b e r ) . . .
Series H-1971
Series H-1972
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s . ,
T r e a s u r y notes. Series F-1972
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s ^
T r e a s u r y notes. Series A-1974
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s ^
T r e a s u r y notes. Series A-1975
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s ^
T r e a s u r y notes. Series E-1975
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s ^
,
T r e a s u r y n o t e s , Series F-1976
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues ^

Footnotes at end of table.




$3,052,827.63
63.758
3,619, 208.02
63.830
3,787,024.88
63.907
4,352,554.25
64.030
4,291,525.02
64.123
3,668,696. 21
6 4.191
1,881,15a 67
4.240
2,224,820. 80
6 4.29I
7,054,99a 45
64.018
6,758,103. 21
63.363
7, 055, 920.73
63.973
6, 992, 243.82
6 4.142
3,027,828.48
4.230
5,163,049.43
64.353
5,466,886. 27
64.434
2,552, 935.84
4.570
6 4.572
5, 956, 3 i a 19
64.644
6,018,367. 52
64.746
6, 980, 654. 97
64.325
7,843, 631. 43
64.390
8, 521,628. 71
3 4.985
9, 224,435.34
6 4. 721
7, 543, 499.17
5.130
139. 53
4.877
8,847, 257.58
4.826
8,513,486.02
4.980
4,367, lOa 19
5. 090
3,853,044. 93
5.200
4,191,114. 64
5.427
3,945, 692.84
5.460
4, 812, 995.35
5. 500
4,725,401.82
5. 500
13,083, 700. 64
5.500
520,113,834.00
-- lo -61,788,044.75
63.573
63.642
63.733
63.321
63.953
._
4.030
6 4. 244
64.349
4.430
^
64.436
64.522
64.534
_
64.137
64.262
64.394
6 4.538 .
4.810 .
4.848 .
4.982 .
5.070 .
5.153 .
5.240 .
5.445 .
5.470 .
5.500 .
5.500
167, 000. 00
5.500
48, 955, 500. 00
- 3 , 1 7 6 , 500. 00
6.00
5^

$5,042, 20a 35
5,622, 604. 26
6,414, 511. 42
6,582, 270. 40
6,145, 388. 21
5,419, 928.16
638.49
1,
061.97
4,
7,097; 280. 71
7,523, 737. 96
8, 263, 188.35
8, 243, 229.04
781, 302.85
7, 379, 845.28
8,515, 555.83
3, 541 773.92
4, 592, 679. 65
9, 083, 465. 28
10,337, 056. 69
11,630, 675. 63
12, 996, 927. 41
15,174, 15a 10
163. 30
l a 671 468.98
1, 044,
938. 38
13, 435,
13,38a 743.34
300.33
6,182, 397. 03
9,341
6,580, 029.02
10,190, 233. 65
9,148, 931.03
17,347, 550. 76
61, 262, 291. 36
141,180, 788. 25
1 0 - 5 8 , 207, 137. 91
190, 5oaoo
358, 000.00
685, 500. 00
888, 000. 00
790, 500. 00
6, 000. 00
707, 500. 00
1,142, ooa 00
574, 500. 00
458, 500. 00
1, 628, 000.00
1, 677,
2,782, ooooo
1, 276, 500. 00
1,137, 500.00
1, 203, ooa 00
67, ooa 00
1,513, 50O00
1, 259, 500.00
397, ooa 00
425, 000. 00
470, 500. 00
314, 000.00
308, 5oaoo
424, 500. 00
1,121 000. 00
684, 000. 00
6, 213, 500. 00
000.00
-38, 000. 00
122, 000.00

5M
^Vs
5^

78,000. 00
-48, ooo 00 .

177

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1972-June 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of Amount issued 2
interest i

Percent
1972
Sept.30 Treasurynotes, Series A-1979
Adjustments of issues ^
30 Treasury bonds of 1984
Adjustments of issues ^
30 U.S. savings notes:«
4.74
Series S-1967
4.74
Series S-1988 (January to May)
5.00
Series S-1988 (June to December)
5.00
Series S-1969
5.00
Series S-1970
Unclassified
4.31
30 U.S. retirement plan bonds
2.00
30 Depositary bonds, First Series
2.00
30 Treasury bonds, REA Series2%
30 Treasury bonds, Investment Series B-1975-80Redeemed in exchange for 13^% Treasury
notes. Series EA-iy77Treasury notes, Series EA-1977
13^
30 Miscehaneous
-

m

Total September
Oct.

1 Treasury notes. Series EO-1972
Redeemable for cash
Treasury bills:
Regular monthly:
^ 11 2
Dated Sept. 30,1971
2
Maturing June 30, 1973Maturing Sept. 25,19732
2 Treasury notes, foreign currency series, maturing Oct. 2, 1972Treasury certificates, maturing:
June 30, 1973
Oct. 3, 1972
Jan. 3, 1973...
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 3,1972
Oct. 3, 1972.
Oct. 18, 1972
Jan. 3, 1973.
Jan. 3,1973..
Oct. 18, 1972.
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated Apr. 6, 1972
Maturing Jan. 4,1973
Maturing Apr. 5, 1973
Treasury notes, foreign currency series,
maturing:
Oct. 8,1972
.Jan. 7,1974
-Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 6, 1972Oct, 6, 1972
Oct. 6,1972.
Jan. 5, 1973
Jan. 5,1973
Jan. 5, 1973..
Oct. 10,1972
10
Jan. 10,1973
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
12
Dated Apr. 13,1972
12
Maturing Jan. 11, 1973..
12
Maturing Apr. 12, 1973
17 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 17, 1972
Oct. 17,1972
Jan. 17,1973
Jan. 17,1973..

Footnotes at end of table.




Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

-$1,069,000.00 .
465,000. 00 .
237,735.33
312,794.58
412,491.39
1,019,149. 96
320,329. 29
-ia95
277,839. 50
223,000. 00

87, 000. 00 .
19,454,758,897.50

IK
44.882
5.346
5. 529

4.15
4.15
3.95
4.80
4.60
3.95
44.239
4. 599
5. 081
6.15
5.70
4.15
4.15
4.15
4.60
4.60
4.60
4,15
4,75

499,895,000. 00 .
1, 800,510, 000. 00 .

87, OOO 00
43,367,500.00
19,560,025,878.09

1, 702,030,000. 00

153,000,000. 00
14,081,081. 46
1,009,787. 41
1,020,233. 66 .
15,000,000. 00
63^, 000,000. 00
50,000,000. 00
15,000, 000. 00 .
632,000, ooa 00 .

2,300,265,000. 00 .
1, 800,475,000. 00 .

'"256,'666,'666.'66
4,097,770, ooa 00

67,476,250 00
1,218,318.20 .
30,000, 000. 00
50,000,000,00
44,000,000. 00
30,000,000 00 .
50, 000, 000. 00 .
44,000, ooa 00 .

100, 000,000. 00

'i66,'666,'666.'66'.

4 4,156 .
2,301,905,000. 00
4.743
1,802,170,000 00 .
5.159
4.10
4.10
4.85
4.85

(«)

32,893, 90
157,000. 00
315,000. 00

33,217,000.00

5.73
3.50 .
4.138 ,
4.601

$1,088,851.17
1, 046,295. 22
1,141,473.24
2,553,465. 50
972,008, 30

4,101, 700,000. 00

250, 000, O O 00
O
70,000,000. 00
250,000, OOO 00 .
70,000,000, 00 .

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1972-June 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturin .r—Continued

1972
Oct. 18

19
19
19
19
19
19

20

26
26
26
26
26
27
27

31
31
31
31
31

Rate of Amount issued 2
Interest ^

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Percent

3.95 - .
Oct. 18,1972
Oct. 18,1972
3.95 . .
Oct. 1 8 , 1 9 7 2 . . . --.
3.95 . .
Oct. 18,1972
3.95 . .
4.85
J a n . 18,1973
-$120,000,000.00 - .
4.85
J a n . 18,1973
11,000,000.00 - .
4.85
J a n . 18,1973
-..
25,000,000.00 - .
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated Apr. 20,1972....
4 4.093 . .
M a t u r i n g J a n . 18,1973
4.817
2,280,835,000. 00 5.128
1,800,300,000.00 -.
M a t u r i n g A p r . 19,1973.
---6.00 . .
T r e a s u r y notes. Series E-1974. 2,060,221,000.00 Issued for cash
T r e a s u r y cerrificates, m a t u r i n g N o v . 1,1972-- .
;4.64
100,000,000.00 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
3.95 .
Oct. 19,1972.
3.95 .
Oct. 19.1972
--3.95 .
N o v . 17,1972
-4.60 .
J a n . 3,1973
4.85
26,000,000.00 J a n . 19,1973
--- .
4.85
195,000, ooa 00 J a n , 19,1973-.
.
3.95 .
Oct. 2 0 , 1 9 7 2 . . .
lo,m',m'o6'.
4.85
Jan. 19,1973....
T r e a s u r y bUls:
Regular weekly:
.
4 4.028 .
Dated Apr. 27,1972...
2,300,800,000 00 4.712
M a t u r i n g J a n . 25,1973
1,800,705,000.00 .
5.106
Maturing Apr, 26,1973...
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
.
5.40 .
Oct, 26, 1972
5.60
J a n . 24, 1974...
2oaooo,ooaoo .
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
10,754,59577 .
.
3.50
J u n e 30, 1973
3.50
74a 81 J u n e 30, 1973
Cerrificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
4.05 .
Oct. 27, 1972
25,000, ooa 00 4.75
J a n . 2 a 1973
.-- .
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular monthly:
.
4 4.314 .
D a t e d Oct. 31, 1972
5. 223
500,54a ooo 00 .
M a t u r i n g J u l y 31, 1973-—
5.318
1,802,470,000 00 M a t u r i n g Oct. 23, 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.
U . S . savings b o n d s : s
.
6 3. 395
479,259. 03
Series E - 1 9 4 1 . . .
6 3. 947
3,868,711.73
Series E -1942
.- .
.6 3.719
8,042,447.30
Series E-1943
6 3.584
3,532,886. 99
Series E-1944--- .4,3m), 316.44
6 3.656
Series E-1945
3,143,375.46
6 3.758
Series E-1946
3,413,673. 08
..
6 3.830
Series E-1947
3,829,500,14
..
6 3.907
Series E-1948
4,039,846.20
.6 4.030
Series E-1949
3,950,087. 80
6 4.128
Series E - 1 9 5 0 -- -3,609,579.33
-6 4.191
Series E-1951
1,678,26a 68
4.240
Series E - i a 5 2 ( J a n u a r y to April)
2,024,092.35
.6 4.291
Series E-1952 (May to D e c e m b e r )
5,511,757.84
6 4.018
Series E-1953
-.-- ..
5,498,405.61
..
6 3.863
Series E-1954
5,618,465.23
.6 3.978
Series E-1955
5,642,525.11
6 4.142
Series E - 1 9 5 6 - -.---- .242. 25
4.230
Series E-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
-5,370,590. 00
6 4.368
Series E-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to D e c e m b e r ) - - -5,094,153.78
.6 4.484
Series E-19582,385,982. 98
4. .570
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
2,789,289. 80
-6 4.572
Series E-1959 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
7,098,256.^1
.6 4.644
Series E-1980
7,735,598.70
-6 4.748
Series E-1961
8,634,386.57
-6 4.825
Series E-1962
-11,598,723.47
..
6 4.890
Series E-1963
---10,939,121. 63
-6 4.965
Series E - 1 9 8 4 -

Footnotes at end of table.




$17,000,000. 00
24,000,000. 00
83,000, 000. 00
120,000,000. 00

4,101, 405, ooa 00

31,000, ooa 00
193,000, ooa 00
40,000, 000. 00
10,000, 000. 00
40,000,000. 00

4,101,710,000.00

200,000,000. 00

25,000, ooa 00

1,700,170, ooo 00
13,632,320 64
1,18a 805. 89
5,014,72011
7,402,888.75
8,533,101.54
7,384,345.43
4,270,843.14
4,791,025.52
5,223,713. 57
5,552,433.82
4,988,682. 59
4,165,68a 77
1,463,725.74
3,319,535.90
6,392,775. 26
6,010,488. 37
8,649,172.52
6,703,371.50
697,093.40
5,909,992. 94
6,803,245. 69
2,953,443.32
4,008,782.08
7,560,129. 54
8,686,832. 52
9,639,676. 67
10,823,566. 68
13,209,441.51

179

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1972-June 1973—Continued
Securities

Date

1972
Oct. 31

31
31
31
31
31
31
31

31
31
31
31

31
31
31

R a t e of
interest 1

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
r e d e e m e d prior
to m a t u r i t y ^

Percent
U . S , savings b o n d s *—Continued
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
Series E -1965 (December)
Series E-1968
Series E-1967
Series E-1968 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) . . .
Series E-1988 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1989 ( J a n u a r y to May) - . ,
Series E-1989 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1970 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) . Series E-1970 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1971
Series E-1972..
Unclassified
Series H-1952
Series H - 1 9 5 3 . .
Series H-1954
Series H-1955Series H-1956
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y t o D e c e m b e r )
Series H-1958
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y t o May).-.
Series H-1959 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r ) Series H-1960
Series H - 1 9 6 1 . . .
..Series H-1962
Series H-1983
Series H-1964
Series H-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
Series H-1985 (December)
SeriesH-1986
...-Series H-1967
Series H-1968 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
Series H-1968 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r ) Series H-1969 ( J a n u a r y t o 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 December)
Series H-1971
Series H - 1 9 7 2 - .
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s . . .
T r e a s u r y notes, Series F-1972
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s ''.
T r e a s u r y notes. Series A-1974
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s '
T r e a s u r y notes. Series A-1975
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s '
T r e a s u r y notes, Series F-1976
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues ''..
T r e a s u r y notes, Series A-1979
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues '
T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1984
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues '
U . S , savings n o t e s : 8
Series S-1967
Series S-1968 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
Series S-1968 (June to December)
Series S-1969
--.Series S-1970
Unclassified
U . S . r e t i r e m e n t plan b o n d s
D e p o s i t a r y b o n d s . First Series
T r e a s u r y b o n d s , R E A Series
T r e a s u r y b o n d s , I n v e s t m e n t Series B-1975-80.
R e d e e m e d in exchange for:
13^% T r e a s u r y notes. Series EA-1977
l > i % T r e a s u r y n o t e s . Series EO-1977
T r e a s u r y notes, Series EA-1977T r e a s u r y n o t e s , Series EO-1977
Miscellaneous..
T o t a l October

F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




$13,664,737, 64
686,08
9,347,984, 62
8,740,672.33
4,485,39a 76
4,140,587,47
4,489,043,18
4,368,181.57
5,027,42a 41
5,241,98a 67
14,553,740 49
329,363,029, 45
121,959, 747,48

6 4,721
5.130
4.877
4.826
4.960
5.090
5.200
5.427
5.480
5.500
5.500
5.500
63.573
63.642
63.733
63.321
63.953
4.030
«4. 244
64.349
4.430
6 4.436
«4,522
64.534
64.137
6 4.262
64.394
e 4.536
4.810
4,848
4,982
5, 070
5.153
5,240
5.445
5.470
5,500
5.500
5.500

..
..
..
..
..
....
..
..
..
..
...
..
..
..
..
-.
-.
..
..
..
3, 000, 00
71,000,00
42,445,000. 00
6, 232,500. 00

$9,033, 483. 49
944, 637.97
10,814, 5 i a 58
11,145, 032. 08
5,076, 529. 50
7,905. 517, 88
5,999, 713,75
8,809. 938.73
7,380, 487, 03
13,869, 869,65
46,202, 349. 25
129, 656, 779, 65
10 - 1 5 , 5 4 5 , 517. 35
276, 500,00
570, 500.00
999, 000.00
1,534, 500.00
1,513, 500.00
249, 50O00
1,016, OOOOO
1,422, 500.00
688, 500.00
701, 500.00
1,887, 000.00
2,522, 500,00
2,915, 000,00
1,684, 000,00
1,342, 500,00
1,211, 000,00
75, 500.00
1,511, 000.00
1, 479, 500. 00
504, 000,00
663. 000,00
490, 000,00
435, 50O00
415, 500,00
507, 500,00
1,156, ooa 00
847, ooa 00
10 - 8 1 8 , 500. 00

6.00..
118, ooa 00
5H--.
5K-

-22i,'666.'66
-167,000,00

514-66,000. 00 .
QH&%4,74
4, 74
5,00
5,00
5.00
4.32
2, 00
2.00.
2H
-

-372, 000. 00 .
-898,000. 00 .
250,113.48
289,899.38
431,18a 65
1,053, 246. 30
269,577. 28
-8L00
442,891.58
197,500.00

803,16a 82
992,445. 97
915,138.41
2, 016,312. 23
774,697.54

C) .

92,109. 96
472,500.00
882,000, 00
263, ooa 00
1,038, ooa 00

13^
13^
^

263,000 00 .
1,038,000 00 .
69,352,50a 00
26,761,607,26a 93

22,856,746,118.20

180

1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1972-June 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

1972
Nov. 1
^
1
2
2
2
2
3

3

6
6

7

9
9
9
10
10

13
14
15

15
15
15

16
16
16
18
16

17

R a t e of
interest i

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

Percent
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
m a t u r i n g N o v . 17, 1972
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
J u n e 30, 1973
J u n e 3 0 , 1973
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d M a y 4, 1972
M a t u r i n g F e b , 1, 1973
M a t u r i n g M a y 3, 1973
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
N o v . 3, 1972
N o v . 17, 1972
N o v . 24, 1972----J a n . 3,1973
Feb. 2, 1973
S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series, certificates
of i n d e b t e d n e s s
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular monthly:
M a t u r i n g Oct. 23,1973
A d j u s t m e n t s of i s s u e s - - -T r e a s u r y notes, foreign currency series, maturing:
N o v . 6,1972
Feb. 6, 1974
S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series, certificates
of i n d e b t e d n e s s
•.
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d M a y 11,1972
M a t u r i n g F e b . 8,1973
Maturing May 1 0 , 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 30,1973 - . .
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
N o v . 10, 1972
Feb. 9, 1973
N o v . 13, 1972
N o v , 17, 1972
Feb. 13, 1973
N o v . 14, 1972
Feb. 14, 1973
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
N o v , 15, 1972
Feb. 15, 1973
T r e a s u r y notes. Series F-1972
R e d e e m a b l e for c a s h .
.T r e a s u r y notes. Series D-1976
Issued for cash
S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series. T r e a s u r y
notes
Treasury bihs:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d M ay 18, 1972...
M a t u r i n g F e b . 15,1973...^.
M a t u r i n g May 17, 1973
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30, 1973. .
Certi cates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
N o v , 16, 1972
N o v , l b . 1972..
Feb. 16, 1973
Feb. 16, 1973
N o v . 17, 1972
N o v . 17, 1972
N o v . 17, 1972
N o v . 17, 1972
N o v , 17, 1972
J a n , 15, 1973
Feb. 16, 1973
Feb, 16, 1973
M a y 17, 1973

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




3.95
3.50
3.50
43.884
4.768
5.141
3.80
3.95
4.05
4.60
4. 80

$50,000,000 00
$2,405,530 39 .
2,004,300 00 .
4,101,755,000 00
2,400,740,000 00 .
1,901,175, ooa 00 .
55,000,000. 00
20,000,000. 00
5, ooa 000.00
5,000,000 00
55,000,000 00
30,000 00 .

5.318 ,
10, ooa 00 .
8.35
5.40

28,099,50a00
28,974,818.25
3,000, ooa 00

43. 918
4.870
4.958
3.50
3.95
4.70
3.95
3.95
4.70
3.95
4.80
3.95
4.80
8.00

4,099,425, ooa 00
2 , 4 0 a 915, ooa 00 .
1,901,370, ooa 00 .
256.38 .
105,000,000 00
105,000, ooa 00 .

"76,"666,'666.'66".

'"'76,'666^666.'66
50,000, ooa 00

'"'26,'666^ 666" 66

2 a 000,000 0 0 .
15,000,000,00
15,000,000.00

'i,'326,'444^666.'66

63^
3,041,333,000,00 .
15,500,000, 00 .
44,026
4.774
5.070
3,50
3.95
3.95
4.80
4.80
3.95
3,95
3.95
3.95
3.95
4.60
4.80
4.80
5.10

4,101,725,000,00
2,402,290,000,00 .
1,901,100,000.00 .
1,420,000.00 .
18,000,000,00
20,000,000. 00
18,000,000.00 ,
2 a 000,000,00 .
115,000,000. 00
10,000,000. 00
100,000,000. 00
600,000, 000. 00
35,000,000. 00
50,000, 000.00
45,000,000.00
115,000,000.00
706,000,000.00 .

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

181

T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

R a t e of
interest i

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

1972
Percent
Nov. 20 Treasury notes, foreign currency series, maturing:
Nov. 2a 1972
5.65 $30,654,000.00
Feb. 20,1974
5.25
$31,587,317.30 .
21 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Nov. 24, 1972
4.05 .
5,000,000.00
Nov. 24, 1972..
4.05
25,000,000, 00
24
Nov. 24, 1072
4.05 .
30,000,000,00
4.80
55,000,000.00 .
Feb. 23, 1 9 7 3 . . - - - Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated May 23,1972
44.134
4,102,680,000.00
Maturing Feb. 22, 1973
4.775
2,401,305,000.00 .
Maturing May 24, 1973--5.050
1,900,500,000.00 .
Tax anticipation:
Maturing Apr; 20, 1973-4.721
2,012,165,000.00 .
Treasury certi cates, maturing June 30, 1973-.
3.50
46,728,914.08 .
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Feb. 23, 1973
4.80 .
5,000,000.00
4.35 .
Nov. 3a 1972
100,000,000.00
30
May 30, 1973
6.20
""i66.'666."666."66'.
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated Nov. 30, 1971
4,102,790,000. 00
4 4. 233
Maturing Mar. 1, 1973
2,39a 875,000 00 .
4.885
Maturing May 31, 1973-1, 902,335,000 00 .
5.179
Regular monthly:
Dated Nov. 30, 1971
4 4. 356 .
1,700,735,000 00
Maturing Nov. 20, 1973--5.225
1,802, 25a 000 00
30 Treasury cerrificates, maturing June 30, 1973..
3.50 .16, 79a 798.66
30 U.S. savings bonds: *
Series E-1941
6 3. 895
932,000. 64
854, 784. 48
Series E-1942
6 3. 947
4,040, 249. 53
3,879,470 21
Series E-1943
«3. 719
4,421,951. 08
5,838,836. 92
Series E-1944
«3.584
5, 639,398.51
6, 756,558. 23
Series E-1945
6 3. 656
l a 036,598. 50
5,885,436. 77
Series E-1946
6 3. 758
3,139,454.32
3, 201,184. 09
Series E-1947
9 3. 830
3,152,542. 80
3,628, 579. 73
Series E-1948--.6 3. 907
3,626, 243. 54
4,028, 262. 01
Series E-1949
6 4.030
3,959,186.65
4, 202, 276. 65
Series E-1950
«4.128
3,825,590 88
3,978, 218. 76
Series E-1951
6 4.191
3,493,159. 05
3, 224, 985. 70
Series E-1952 (January to April)
4.240
- 4 , 0 1 3 . 44
1, 271,993. 94
Series E-1952 (May to December)
«4,291
1, 994,338. 85
2,557,826. 65
Series E-1953
6 4. 018
5,474, 255. 26
4, 261,819. 81
Series E-1954
9 3, 868
5,322,972. 35
4,455,530 17
Series E-1955
fl 3. 978
5,539,638.99
4,954,385. 82
Series E-1956
fl 4.142
5, 253,669. 83
4,837,092. 45
Series E-1957 (January)
4.230
- 3 , 8 i a 19
413, 722. 33
Series E-1957 (February to December)
«4. 368
6,193,912. 85
4, 819,187. 27
Series E-1958
6 4.484
5, 966, 280 31
6,957,827, 72
Series E-1959 (January to May)
4.570
1,042.35
3,022,075, 86
Series E-1959 (June to December)
-.. fl 4. 572
2, 298,549, 30
4,072,786.70
Series E-1960
6 4.644
5, 728,368, 82
7, 703,414. 34
Series E-1961
--fl 4. 746
6, 059,687. 59
8,621, 293.33
Series E-1962
fl 4. 825
6,533,866. 24
9,593,081. 53
Series E-1963
fl 4. 890
8,440,898. 91
10, 772,859, 21
Series E-1964
«4.965
8,340,534. 58
12,398, 240 98
Series E-1965 (January to November)
fl 4. 721
11,472,847.03
9,899,848. 65
Series E-1985 (December)
5.130
623. 41
873,056. 33
Series E-1966
-..
10,843,414. 76
4.877
8,393,596. 93
Series E-1987
4.826
8, 216,154. 20
10, 790,576.14
Series E-1968 (January to May)
4.960
4, 239, 787. 48
4,921, 745. 32
Series E-1988 (June to December).
5.090
4,078,958. 70
7,454,907. 47
Series E-1989 (January to May)
- -.
5.200
4,132,081.15
5,483,989. 73
Series E-1989 (June to December)--5.427
4,024,376. 50
8,286,604.33
Series E-1970 (January to May)
5.460
4, 793,481. 25
7, 275, 733,93
Series E-1970 (June to December)
5.500
4, 726,659. 55
13,336,969, 53
Series E-1971
5.500
12,948,974. 05 .
42,159,384.40
Series E-1972
-...
5.500
495,103,078,70
134,377,14a 75
Unclassified sales and redemptions
31, 730,972, 91
22,322,313.01
Series H-1952
214,000,00
9 3.573 . .
, Footnotes at end of table.




182

1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

1972
N o v , 30

30
30

30
30
30
30

30
30
30

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or c a h e d or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

Percent
U , S , savings b o n d s ^—Continued
Series H - 1 9 5 3 Series H-1954
Series H-1955
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-1958
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y to M a y )
Series H-1959 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series H-1980Series H-1981
Series H-1982Series H-1963
--.
Series H-1984.
Series H-1985 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r ) . . .
Series H-1985 (December)
Series H-1968
Series H-1967
,
Series H-1968 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series I-I-1968 (June to D e c e m b e r )
Series H-1989 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series H-1989 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series H-1970 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) . .
Series H-1970 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series H-1971
.
Series H-1972
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
T r e a s u r y notes. Series E-1974
.".
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues 7.
U.S. savings notes: s
Series S-1987
Series S-1988 ( 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. r e t i r e m e n t plan b o n d s .
D e p o s i t a r y b o n d s . F i r s t Series
T r e a s u r y bonds, R E A Series.-T r e a s u r y b o n d s . I n v e s t m e n t Series B-1975-?
R e d e e m e d in exchange for:
13^% T r e a s u r y notes. Series EA-1977..
13^% T r e a s u r y notes. Series EO-1977..
T r e a s u r y notes, Series E A - 1 9 7 7 . .
T r e a s u r y notes. Series EO-1977.
Miscellaneous
:
Total November

Dec.

R a t e of
interest i

1 T r e a s u r y cerrificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30, 1 9 7 3 . .
T r e a s u r y bills:
T a x anticipation:
1
M a t u r i n g A p r . 20,1973
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
Regular w e e k l y :
5
M a t u r i n g F e b . 8, 1973
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
5
M a t u r i n c F e b . 22,1973
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
Tax anticipated:
5
M a t u r i n g J u n e 22,1973
6 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series.
m a t u r i n g F e b . 23, 1973
'.
'.
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
7
D a t e d J u n e 8, 1972
7
M a t u r i n g Mar. 8, 1973. - 7
M a t u r i n g .Tune 7, 19738
M a t u r i n g May 17. 1973
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
8
M a t u r i n g May 24, 1973
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
8
M a t u r i n g M a y 31, 1973...
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
-

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




9 3. 733 .
9 3.821 .
9 3. 953 .
9 4. 030 .
4.030
6 4.244
94.349
4.430
6 4.488
64.522
6 4.584
6 4.137
6 4.282
64.394 .
6 4.536
4.810 .
4.848 .
4.982 .
5.070 .
5.153 .
5.240
5.445 .
5.470 .
5.500 .
5.500
5.500

$27, 000. 00
45, 279,000. 00
5, 9 i a 500. 00

$545, 500,00
970, 000.00
1,105. 500.00
1,177, 500,00
100, 000. 00
783, 500. 00
1,389, 000. 00
585, 000. 00
718, 000. 00
1,944, 500. 00
2, 258, 500 00
3,171, 000. 00
1,65a OOOOO
1,261, 500. 00
1,30a 500 00
83, 000. 00
1,426, 000. 00
1,007, 500 00
618, 500. 00
532, 500. 00
456, 500. 00
549, 000. 00
379. 000. 00
547, 500. 00
1,103, 500. 00
' 786, 500. 00
1,994, 000.00

6.00
-32,000 00
287,186. 56
316, 737. 21
472, 760.16
1,090,266.96
219, 007. 47
2 a 25
898,225. 28
375,500. 00
565, 000. 00

4.74
4.74
5.00
5.00
5.00
4.33
2.00
2.00
2H

766,777.30
1,051,922.08
877, 440. 84
1, 981, 633.10
722, 515.16

(«)
13a 642.10
316, 500 00
278,000. 00
130,000. 00
50, 000. 00

130, ooa 00 .
50, 000. 00. .

I'A
...
3.50

3 0 588,774,255.03

68,981,343. 99

.

4.721
-

73,965,500. 00
25,645,061,250 41

300,000 00

4.870
-200,000 00 .
4.775,
5.089

i45,'666.'66'!
2, 509, 835, 000. 00

4.80
4 4.429
4." 944
5.229
5.070

5,000, 000. 00
4.222,725,000 00
2,404,315,000 00
1,896,515,000 00
100, 000. 00

-5.050.
-.5.179.

"56," 666." 66'
"466,666.'66

183

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Securities

Date

1972
Dec.

R a t e of
interesti

Amo.unt issued 2

Amount matured
or c a h e d or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

Percent
8

11
11

13

14
14
14
14
15
15
15

"20

21
21
21
21
22
22
22
26
27
27
28

28
28
28
28
29
29
29
31

T r e a s u r y bills—Conri n u e d
Regular monthly:
M a t u r i n g N o v . 20, 1973
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series, certificates
of i n d e b t e d n e s s
-T r e a s u r y notes, foreign currency series,
maturing:
Dec. 11, 1972
-Mar. 11, 1974
D e c . 13, 1972
Mar. 13, 1974
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d J u n e 15,1972
-.-M a t u r i n g Mar. 15,1973
M a t u r i n g J u n e 14, 1973
M a t u r i n g F e b . 22, 1973A d j u s t m e n t s of issuesT r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1967-72---.Redeemablo for cash T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
Dec. 15, 1972.
--J u n e 15, 1973
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturine:
F e b . 16, 1973
--.F e b . 23, 1 9 7 3 - . .
D e c . 2 a 1972
Dec. 20, 1972
Mar. 20, 1973Mar. 20, 1973-J u n e 20, 1973
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated June22, 1972-..-...
M a t u r i n g Mar. 22, 1973
M a t u r i n g J u n e 21, 1973
.-T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
J u n e 30, 1973
J a n . 1, 1973
J u n e 30, 1973
-T r e a s u r y notes, foreign currency series,
m a t u r i n g D e c . 22,1972
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
F e b . 16, 1973
D e c . 28, 1972
Dec. 26, 1972
Mar. 26, 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, 1973. T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g Dec.
27,1972
-T r e a s u r y notes. Series F-1974
Issued for cash
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d J u n e 29, 1972
M a t u r i n g Mar. 29, 1973
M a t u r i n g J u n e 28, 1973
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
Dec. 28,1972
J a n , 5, 1 9 7 3 . . . .
F e b . 23, 1973
Treasurynotes
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
J u n e 30, 1973
J u n e 30, 1973
U . S . savings b o n d s : 5
SeriesE-1941
Series E-1942
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1945

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




5.225
-$200,000.00
$220,000, 00
5,45
5. 50
5,55
5, 47

--..
284, 805,934.56

274, 608, 750, 00

""25,"546," 666,'66
26,467, 630,09

44.508 . . . - - - .
5.100
2,401,945,000.00
5.309
1,901, 630, ooa 00
4.775
100,000.00
2M
-1.00
1.00

4,103, 795, OOO 00

1,351,043, 50a 00
264,898.36

2,766,204.86

4.80
4.80
4.65
4.65
5.10
5.10
5.30

50,
10,
382,
564,

000,000. 00
000, 000. 00
000, 000. 00
000, ooa 00

362,000, ooa 00
337,000, ooa 00
227,000, ooa 00

4 4.498 .
5.089
5.298
3.50
4.89
3.50

4,102, 925, 000, 00
2, 405,4ia OOO 00 .
1,905,750,000 00 .
1,925,698,62 ,
6,690,000, 00
6,169,88a 42 .
153,000,000.00

4,80
4,65
4.65
5.15
3.50

50,000,000.00
728,000,000 00
159,000,000.00
900,000,000 00 .
4,600,008, 90 .
12,000,000.00

5.70

5h

2,097,740,000,00 ,

4 4, 574
5.111
5.312

4,100,030,000,00
2,404,500,000.00 .
1,903,160,000.00

4.50
4.80
4.80
4.00

.
.
.

3.50
3.50

75,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000. 00

.

6 3.895
6 3. 947
6 3.719
6 3.584
9 3.656

22,335,747.40 .
21,952,628,92
10,000,00 .
2,322,777,64
5,364,237.35
4,905,113,11
13,040,865. 95
10,460,721.77

1,162,194.
5.014,244.
7,188,367.
8,813,642.
7,967,02a

76
80
32
22
92

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T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

1972
Dec. 31

31
31
31
31
31

Securities

R a t e of
interest ^

Percent
U . S . savings b o n d s *—Continued
Series E-1946
63.753
Series E-1947
63.330
Series E-1948
6 3. 907
Series E-1949
-64.030
Series E-1950
6 4.123
Series E-1951
64.191
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to April)
4,240
Series E-1952 (May to D e c e m b e r )
6 4.291
Series E-1953
94.018
Series E-1954
--63.363
Series E-1955
93:973
Series E-1958
94.142
Series E-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
4.230
Series E-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to December)
6 4.363
Series E-1958
64.434
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
4.570
Series E-1959 ( J u n e to December)
9 4.572
Series E-1980
94.644
Series E-1961
64.746
Series E-1982
64.325
Series E-1963
64.390
Series E-1964
-..
64.965
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
6 4.721
Series E-1965 (December)
5.130
Series E-1966.
4.877
Series E-1987
4,826
Series E-1968 ( J a n u a r y to May) - - 4,960
Series E-1968 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r ) 5.090
Series E-1969 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) - . .
5.200
Series E-1969 ( J u n e to December) 5,427
Series E-1970 ( J a n u a r y t o M a y ) . . .
5,460
Series E-1970 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r ) .
5.500
5.500
Series E-1971
5.500
Series E-1972
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
^
Series H-1952
63.573
Series H-1953.
63.642
Series H-1954
63.733
Series H-1955-63.321
Series H-1956
:
63.953
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
4.030
Series H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y t o December)
. 64.244
Series H-1958..
64.349
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
4.430
Series H-1959 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
e 4.436
Series H-1960
64,522
Series H-1961
94.534
Series H-1962
64.137
Series H-1983
64.262
Series H-1984
6,4.394
Series H-1965 ( J a n u a r y t o N o v e m b e r )
6 4.536
Series H-1965 (December) .
4,810
Series H-1966
4,848 .
Series H-1967
4,982
5.070
Series H-1968 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
5.153 .
Series H-1968 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r ) - 5.240 .
Series H-1969 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
5.445 .
Series H-1969 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r ) - 5.470 .
Series H-1970 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
5.500 .
Series H-1970 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r ) . . .
5.500 .
Series H-1971
5.500
Series H-1972
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s .
T r e a s u r y notes, Series A-1974
b%
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s "
^
T r e a s u r y notes. Series A-1975
5K
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s '
T r e a s u r y notes. Series E-1975
5^
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s ^
T r e a s u r y notes. Series D-1976
A d j u s t m e n t s of i s s u e s ' .
T r e a s u r y notes, Series F-1976
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues '

Footnotes at e n d of table.




m

A m o u n t issued 2

$4,157,645.49
4,087,025.20
4,949,302. 24
5,481,483. 29
4,582,918. 25
4,186,535.75
- 1 , 6 0 0 56
2,126,02a 75
5,604, 922.77
5,133,04a 07
5,550,384. 84
5,292,241.59
-187, 01
3,165,953,17
7,096,414.19
3,823,484.34
2,433,964. 28
5,623,759.71
6,311,554. 52
6, 575,838.47
8,059, 205.27
7,915,690 67
8,365,525.25
8,215,273.19
9, 595,185.80
9, 273,261.12
-3,342.01
8,884,675.05
- 5 , 283. 26
9, 292,412. 97
-18,102.12
10,466,949.39
14,305,423,93
491,216,080,00
-57,109, 223.16

48, 209,500. 00
10 -4,074,000. 00

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

$4,465, 971.39
4,798, 384. 92
5,476, 725. 47
5,683, 855. 91
5,391, 735. 64
4,497, 737.08
1.502, 351, 22
3,458, 150 36
5.503, 585,05
6, 039, 685,37
6,530, 182.19
6,721, 330. 83
536, 912, 40
5,872, 917.57
6,750, 117, 79
2,669, 336, 26
3,781 817. 20
, 3 6 a 15
6,
7,929, 002,34
8,765. 412,14
9,876, 911,13
11,485, 429,10
9,446, 043.17
796, 791,30
9, 670, 226,51
9,910, 391,70
4,424, 8 i a 42
6,640, 157,88
4,991, 585.91'
390 73
7,311,
6,510, 353.36
11,938, 398.37
37,325, 497,39
144,593, 271.00
10 - 2 1 , 629, 676.79
167, 000,00
660, 500,00
997, 000.00
1,454, 500,00
1,265, 500,00
86, 000,00
1,180, 500,00
1, 255, 500,00
620, 000.00
549, 000,00
1, 802, 500.00
2,134, 500.00
2,810, 000.00
1,474, 500.00
1,220, 000,00
1,220, 000,00
15, 500,00
1,397, 500.00
1,192, 500,00
526, 500.00
430, 500.00
342, 500.00
303, 500.00
381, 500.00
311, 500.00
1,058, 000.00
870, 000.00
10 - 9 3 0 , 500.00
-2,840,000.00
2,416,000. 00

""226,'666.'66
-27,000.00 .
74,000.00 .

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T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public deht
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of
interest i

Percent
1972
Dec. 31 Treasury notes Series A-1979
63€
Adjustments of issues ^
31 Treasury bonds of 1984
QVs
Adjustments of issues ^
,
31 U.S. savings notes:«
4.74
Series S-1967
4.74
Series S-1968 (January to May)
6.00
Series S-1968 (June to December)
6.00
Series S-1969
6.00
Series S-1970
Unclassified
4.34
31 U.S. retirement plan bonds
31 Depositary bonds. First Series
2.00
31 Treasury bonds, REA Series
-..
2.00
31 Treasury bonds. Investment Series B-1975-80..
2H
Redeemed in exchange for 13^% Treasury
notes. Series EO-1977-.
31 Treasury notes. Series EO-1977..
31 Miscellaneous
Total December

Amount issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity '

-$2,347,00000
-1,003,000 00 .
393,601.01
-731.84
987,917.32
1,027,966.36
126, 641. 26
2,374, 62a 22
12, ooa 00

688,000.00 .

$677, 738. 87
1,036, 76a 88
837, 627.35
1,802, 605, 02
644,351. 84

(»)
161,057, 20
124,000, 00
1,947, 000,00
688, 000.00
60, 696, 500.00

24,710.416,636.42

20,929,979,393.91

1973
Jan,

Treasury certificates, maturing:
Jan. 1, 1973
Feb. 1, 1973
Jan. 2, 1973
June 30, 1973
June 30, 1973
Treasury bills:
Regular monthly:
112
Dated Dec. 31, 1971
2
Maturing Dec. 18, 1973
Regular weekly:
Maturing Mar. 15, 1973
Adj ustments of issues
Maturing June 21, 1973
Adjustments of issues
Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing:
Jan. 2, 1973
Jan. 2, 1973
State and local government series, certificates
of indebtedness
Treasury certificates, maturing:
Jan. 3, 1973
Apr. 3, 1973
Certificates of indebtedness,- foreign series,
maturing:
Jan. 3, 1973
Apr. 3, 1973
July 3, 1973
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated July 6, 1972
Maturing Apr, 5, 1973
Maturing July 5, 1973
Certi cates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Jan. 5,1973
Jan. 5,1973
Apr. 5,1973
Apr. 5,1973
Treasury notes, foreign currency series,
maturing:
Jan, 8, 1973
Apr, 8, 1974
10 Treasury bonds of 1993
Issued for cash
Certi cates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Jan, 10, x973
Apr, 10, 1973
Treasury bihs:
Regular weekly:
Dated July 13, 1972
Maturing Apr, 12, 1973
Maturing July 12,1973

Footnotes at end of table.




6,16
4.36
3,60
3,60
44.099
6,337
6.100 .
'6''29'8".

6,698,962,77
143,923, 66a 19

6, 690, 000, 00
'66.'993,"36i.'35
""284,'72i,"76
1,701,030.000.00

1,800,480,000.00
100,000,00 .

6.00
6,00

10, 000,000.00
6,000.000. 00
28, 000, 000.00 .

4,601
5,163

"i,'63i,'968.'96'.

4,60
6.20
5.40

6ia 000, 000.00
23,000,000.00

4 4.639
5.164
5.397
4.60
4.60
5.20
5,20
5.25
5,70
6^

1, 020,233, 66

2,402,315,000.00
1,901,105,000.00

44,000.000.00
20,000,000.00

632,000,000, 00

4,099,380,000.00

25,000,000.00
44,000,000.00

33,208,500, 00
34.519,383,96 .
627,246,000.00
100,000.000.00

4,75
5.15

100,000,000. 00

5.154
5.413

2,402,790,000,00 .
1.901,780.000.00 .

4,103,330,000.00

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T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of
interest 1

1973
Percent
Jan. 12 Certincates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing Apr. 5, 1973
5.20 .
Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing
July 15, 1977
2.50
Treasury bihs:
Regular monthly:
5.337
Maturing Dec. 18, 1973Adj ustments of Issues
-State and local government series:
Treasury bonds
--Certificates of indebtedness
Treasury notes
Treasury bonds
-Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Maturing Mar. 29, 1973
--5. I l l
Adjustments of issues Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Jan. 17, 1973
4.85
Jan. 17, 1973
4.85
Apr. 5, 1973
5.20 .
5.30
Apr. 17, 1973
Apr. 17, 1973
5.30
4.85
Jan. 18, 1973
-..
4.85
Jan. 18, 1973
4.85
Jan. 18, 1973-5.30
Apr. 18, 1973
-5.30
Apr. 18, 1973
3.50
18 Treasury certificates, maturing June 30, 1973-.
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
44.657
Dated July 20, 1972
6.634
Maturing Apr. 19, 1973
5.759
Maturing July 19, 1973Certificates of Indebtedness, foreign currency
series, maturing:
Jan. 19,1973
t--^.
4.375
July 19, 1973
6.25
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
4.85
Jan. 19,1973
-.
4.85
Jan. 19, 1973
4.85
Jan. 19, 19736.30
Apr. 19, 1973
6.30
Apr. 19, 1973
6.20
Apr. 5, 1973
24
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
4'4.656
Dated July 27, 1972
6,277
Maturing Apr, 26, 1973
6.641
Maturing July 26, 1973
Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing:
Jan, 26, 1973
4,80
Apr, 25, 1974
5,93
26 Cerrificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
4.76
Jan, 28,1973
6.66
Apr. 26, 1973
3.50
Treasury certi' cates, maturing June 30, 1973-.
Treasury notes, foreign currency series, maturing:
4.85 .
Jan, 29,1973
6.00
Apr, 29,1974
Treasury bills:
Regular monthly:
Dated Jan, 31,1972
4 4,024
Maturing Jan. 15,1974
6,988
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series, ma6.20
turing Apr. 5,1973
3.60
Treasury certificates, maturing June 30,1973...
U.S. savings bonds: 6
SeriesE-1941
6 3,895
Series E-1942
6 3,947
Footnotes at end of table.




Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Amount issued 2

$5,000, OOO 00
$158,103,652.83

10,000.00 .
5,070,000.00
1,910,000.00
14,665,000.00
8,385,000 00

.
.
.
.

5,000.00 .
70,000,000. 00
250,000,000.00
5,000,000, 00
25a 000.000. 00 .
70,000,000.00 .

11,000,000.00 ,
25,000,000,00 ,
287,75
-2,401,15a 000,00 •
1,902,100,000,00 .
114,364,743.74

--4o,ooaooaoo
50,ooo,ooaoo

2,400,125,000.00
1,901,115,000.00

120,000, ooa 00
11,000,000,00
25,000,000. 00

4,080, 590,000.00

113, 997. 879.11

28,000,00a00
195,000,000.00
40,000,000.00
5,ooo,ooaoo
4,101,200,000,00

200,000,000.00

200,000, 000.00 .
20,000,000, 00

25, 000, ooa 00 .
3,353,745.02 .
43,428, 600.00
45,291.061.68 .
1,700,320, ooa 00
1,803,975,000,00
6,000,000,00
23,212,496, 89
617,031,18
4,890, 533.00

1,274,166,74
5,355,747,68

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T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

1973
Jan. 31 U.S. savings bonds *—Continued
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1945Series E-1946
Series E-1947
Series E-1948-Series E-1949
SeriesE-1950
Series E-1951-----Series E-1952 (January to April)
Series E-1962 (May to December)
Series E-1963Series E-1964
Series E-1956Series E-1956Series E-1957 (January)
Series E-1957 (February to December).
Series E-1958-.
Series E-1969 (January to May)
Series E-1959 (June to December)
Series E-1980
Series E-1981
Series E-1982
Series E-1963
Series E-1964
Series E-1985 (January to November)..
Series E-1986 (December).
Series E-1966
Series E-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
Series H-1952—
-Series H-1963
Series H-1954
Series H-1955—Series H-1966
Series H-1957 (January)
Series H-1957 (February to December).
Series H-1958
Series H-1959 (January to May)
Series H-1959 (June to December)
Series H-1960
Series H-1961
Series H-1962
Series H-1963
Series H-1964Series H-1966 (January to November)..
Series H-1966 (December)
Series H-1966
Series H-1967
Series H-1988 (January to May)
Series H-1968 (June to December)
Series H-1969 (January to May)
Series H-1969 (June to December)
Series H-1970 (January to May)
Series H-1970 (June to December)
Series H-1971
Series H-1972
Unclassified sales and redemptions
31 Treasury notes, Series A-1974
Adjustments of redemptions ^
31 Treasury notes, Series A-1976
Adjustments of redemptions ^
31 Treasury notes, Series E-1976
Adjustments of redemptions ^
31 Treasury notes, Series F-1974
Adjustments of issues^
Footnotes at end of table.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Rate of
interest i

Amount issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Percent
6 3.719
6 3.584
6 3.666
6 3.768
6 3.830
6 3. 907
6 4.030
6 4.128
6 4.191
4.240
6 4. 291
6 4. 018
6 3.888
6 3.978
9 4.142
4.230
6 4. 368
6 4.484
4.570
6 4. 672
6 4.844
9 4. 746
9 4.826
9 4.890
9 4. 965
6 4. 721
6.130
4.877
4.826
4.960
6,090
6,200
6,427
6,460
6,600

6.500
6.600

$6,287, 359.31
10, 573, 616.92
6, 639, 67a 09
4,309, 301,22
6,253, 022,64
6, 684, 095.11
6, 046, 922, 20
6, 081, 689,36
4, 725, 363,95
2,670. 367.46
3.866, 013.87
5,231, 327. 61
6,010, 192, 73
6,332, 414.22
6,129, 608.14
6,354, 405,87
- 7 , 212.93
6, 608, 488.12
2,909. 273,80
2.962, 749,48
6,792, 917.82
6, 629, 27a 79
7,094, 364.07
9,323, 154.87
8,808, 666, 67
9,300, 893, 50
315. 69
13,833, 609. 08
10,672, 984,93
6,169, 775, 86
4, 771, 673, 27
6,060, 888.08
4, 698, 36a 76
6,487, 724, 21
6,220, 376,43
13,461, 293.29
473,876, 028.13
71,429, 203.22

6 3.673 .

6 3.642 .
63.733 .
6 3.821 .
6 3.963 .
4.030 .
6 4.244 .
64.349 .
4.430 .
9 4.486 .
6 4. 622 .
6 4.684 .
6 4,137 .
6 4. 262 .
9 4.394 .
9 4. 638 .
4,810 .
4.848 .
4.982 .
6.070 .

6.153 .
6. 240 .
6,446 .
6,470 .
6.600 .
6.500

6.600

9,000.00
63,779.000 00
6,673,000 00

$7,467, 266.63
9.292,843. 76
8,164, 986. 62
4. 778, 694. 41
6.166, 723.11
6, 698,667.49
6, 866,864. 44
6, 661,834.87
4,929, 267. 62
1, 678,976. 60
3, 662.78a 76
6, 769,656.40
6, 217,686,97
6, 712,482, 23
6, 501,223,78
469. 001. 67
5. 660.507.43
6. 729.662.04
2, 766, 986.42
3, 789,820.11
6,969,006,72
7. 693, 367.47
8. 792,211.48
9,483, 921.46
10, 790, 169,84
9. 256,979,91
1,191. 691,34
9.173.809.11
9,060, 264.40
4,063, 177. 27
6,334,423. 74
4,464,374.07
6,888, 698,13
5,866, 612.64
11,064, 814,94
36,169, 678.38
183, 702, 959. 76
109,998, 942.19
166, 000.00
661, 000.00
884, 600.00
1, 610,500.00
1,210.ooa 00
67, 000.00
1.129, 6oaoo
1,303,ooa 00
361, 000.00
944, ooa 00
1,948, 000.00
2,390, 600.00
3,946, 000.00
1,866,000.00
1, 746.600.00
1,251. 000.00
287, 000.00
1.883, 600.00
1,204, 6oaoo
326, 000.00
698, ooa 00
300, 000.00
606, 600.00
263, 000.00
664, 000.00
1,072,000.00
1,168,5oaoo
1,416,
600. 00

830,000.00
5H

-597,'666.'66

"514

"m

'-'3,"666.'66
3,988,000 00 .

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1973

REPORT OF THE

SECRETARY OF THE

TREASURY

T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of
interest i

1973
Percent
Jan, 31 Treasury notes. Series A-1979.
63^
Adjustments of issues ^
Treasury bonds of 1984.
-Adjustments of issues ^
U.S. savings notes s
Series S-1987
4,74
Series S-1968 (January to May)
4,74
Series S-1968 (June to December)
5,00
Series S-1969
5.00
5.00
Series S-1970
--Unclassified
U.S, retirement plan bonds
4.39
Depositary bonds, First Series
2.00
Treasury bonds, REA Series2.00
Treasury bonds, Investment Series B-1975-80-2H
Redeemed In exchange for 13^% Treasury
notes. Series EO-1977
Treasury notes. Series EO-1977
31
31 Miscellaneous.
Total January
-.-

m

Feb,

Amount issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

$105, ooa 00 .
113, ooa 00 .
165,885.40
278.071.16
660,193. 59
1,024,401.22
459,225. 08
141. 75
4,006.003. 82
69.000 00 .

639.000. 00
4,563, ooa 00
4,563, ooa 00 .
65,027. ooa 00
24,322,892,608.45

Treasury certificates, maturing:
Feb. 1,1973
6.16
6,728,32a 74 .
Mar. 1.1973
6.69
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated Aug. 3, 1972
44.666 .
5. 888
2,401,975. ooa 00 .
Maturing May 3,1973
1,800,885, ooa 00 .
Maturing Aug. 2,1973
5.870
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign currency
series, maturing:
4.25
Feb. 2, 1973
57,279,872.12 .
5.75
Aug. 2. 1973
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
4.80 Feb. 2,1973
May 2,1973
5.70
55,000, ooa 00 .
5.70
May 7, 1973
419,343,25a 00 .
5.70
May 8,1973
--32,049,984.00 .
Treasury bihs:
Regular weekly:
44.587
Dated Aug. 10,1972
5.885
2,401,900,000 0 0 .
Maturing May 10,1973
Maturing Aug. 9.1973...
5.849
1,800,965. ooa 00 .
Treasurv certificates, maturing:
5.163
Apr. 3,1973
June 30,1973
3. 60
658. 52 .
State and local government series. Treasury
7,8io,ooaoo.
bonds
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
4.70
Feb. 9,1973
105,000.000 00 .
6.70
May 9,1973
5.70
1,519,409.823.13 .
May 9,1973
5.70
Mav 9,1973
-102,000, ooa 00 .
4.70
Feb. 13,1973
--5.45
May 14,1973
'""76,'666," 666.'66".
5.45
May 14,1973
4.80
Feb. 14,1973
29,789,177.50 .
5.45
May 14,1973.....
" "261 ,'666,'666.'66".
5.45
May 14,1973
18a ooa 000 00 5.45
May 14,1973
3,050,000, ooa 0 0 .
Treasury notes, Series C-1973
Redeemed in exchange for:
63^% Treasury notes, Series G-1976
Redeemable for cash
Treasury notes, Series D-1973
Redeemed In exchange for:
63^% Treasury notes, Series G-1976
6%% Treasury notes. Series B-1979
,
Redeemable for cash
15 Treasurynotes. Series G-1976
Issued in exchange for:
1,423,428,000 00 .
83^% Treasury notes, Series C-1973
2,457,113, ooa 00 .
4 ^ % Treasury notes. Series D-1973

m

Footnotes at end of table.




$666,062.76
847,280 90
1,093,32a 08
1,706,96a 87
610.766. 63
C)
368.837.88

22,502.833,487.29
6,698,962.77

4,200,776, ooa 00

66,878,308.88

66,000,000. 00

4,201,545, ooa 00

1,031,968.90

105,000, ooa 00

70,000,000. 00
20,000,000. 00

1,423,428,000 00
1,090,803,000 00
2,467,113,000 00
694,683, ooa 00
1,216,058, ooa 00

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E S d . ^ I s s u e s , maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public deht
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of
interest i

1973
Percent
Feb. 16 Treasury notes. Series B-1979
6^
.
Issued in exchange for:
il4% Treasury notes. Series D-1973
Issued for cash
Treasury bihs:
Regular weekly:
15
Dated Aug. 17,1972
44.641.
15
Maturing Mav 17, 1973
6.423
15
Maturing Aug. 16, 1973.5.623
16 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Feb. 16,1973
4.80 .
16
Feb. 18, 1973
4.80 .
Feb. 16, 1973
4.80 .
Feb, 16,1973
4,80 .
Feb. 16,1973
4,80 .
May 16,1973
6.45
May 16,1973
6.46
19 Treasury notes, foreign currency series, maturing Feb. 19,1973
3,05
22 Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing:
Feb. 22, 1973
4,75 .
Feb, 22, 1973
4,95 .
May 23, 1973
6,15
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated Aug, 24, 197?-.44.710.
Maturing May 24, 1973
5.457
Maturing Aug. 23, 1973
-.5. 654
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
May 14, 1973
5.45 .
23
Feb. 23, 19734,80 .
May 7, 1973
5,70 .
May8, 1973—-.-5,70 .
May 9, 1973
-.-.
5,70 .
May 14, 1973
5.45 May 14, 1973
5,45 May 23, 1973
5.45
27 Treasury certificates, maturing:
June30, 1973
3.50
28
June30, 1973
3.50 Treasury bills:
Regular monthly:
28
Dated Feb. 29, 1972
44.172.
28
Maturing Feb. 12, 1974
6.050
28 U.S. savings bonds: *
Series E-1941
93.395
Series E-1942....
93.947
Series E-1943.
63.719
Series E-1944
63.534
Series E-1945.
63.656
Series E-1946
93.753
Series E-194793.330
Series E-1948..
63.907
Series E-1949.
94.030
Series E-1950
.-6 4.123
Series E-1951
-64.191
Series E-1952 (January to April) - 4. 240
Series E-1952 (May to December)
6 4.29I
Series E-1953
--- 64.018
Series E-1954
-.93.368
Series E-1955-63.973
Series E-195664.142
Series E-1957 (January)
-4.230
Series E-1957 (February to December)
6 4.368
Series E-195864.434
Series E-1959 (January to May)
4.570
Series E-1959 (June to December)
- 6 4.572
Series E-1960
-- 64.644
Series E-1961
94.746
Series E-1962
64.325
Series E-1963
94.390
Footnotes at end of table.




Amount issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

$694,683,000.00 .
1.008,720, ooa 00 .
$4,202,575, ooa 00
2,403,135,000 00 .
i,802,9iaooaoo.
16,000, ooa 00
18,000, ooa 00
20,000, ooa 00
46, 000.000. 00

85,000,000,00 .
15,000,00000 .
1,018,46a 66

16,000. ooa 00

164,018.46a 66
200,000,000.00
100,000,000. 00

300,000,000,00 .

2,400,690,000.00
1,801,175,000,00

4, 202, 090,000, 00

250,000, 000, 00
30,000, 000. 00
6,343,25a 00
32,049,984, 00
38, 409,823.13
29, 789,177,50
150,000,000,00
30,000,000.00 .
10,588,177,91 .

"1," 861,'685,'666,'66'.
424,778.00
3, 047,887, 32
4,869,988,13
7,917,213,83
4,006, 291. 46
3,308,922.11
3,657,882. 67
4,143,843.81
4, 555,4n. 30
4, 449,532. 81
3, 716,204. 45
1,981,473. 27
4,804,036. 51
6, 222,443.59
6,163, 560 01
6,381.913.29
5,870.921.20
-5,353, 798. 91
10,418,608,01
5,448,032. 22
2, 689, 924. 37
.2,683,89L55
5, 284,137. 78
. 6,221,170 25
6, 665,174. 58
7, 848,474.36

21, 981,505.33
1,700,665,000.00
1,746,835.72
7, 209,550 48
10, 787,115, 22
13,032,863, 60
11, 447, 876, 24
6,827,012,26
7,640,92a 46
8, 068, 400,10
8, 744,318.40
7,966, 832.89
6,469, 673. 29
2,362, 015. 46
5,051, 985. 70
8,533,173.49
9, 068, 421. 94
9, 505,109. 23
9,447, 990 51
905, 653. 23
8,644,568, 08
10, 776,481, 82
4,575, 828,39
6,196, 997, 21
11,589,654.06
13, 514,655. 34
14, 649, 227. 29
16,998,74L13

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1972-June 1973—Continued
Date

1973
F e b . 28

28
28
28

28
28
28
28

28
28
28

Securities

R a t e of
interest i

A m o u n t issued 2

Percent
U . S . savings b o n d s s—Continued
Series E-1964
$7, 947,174. 43
6 4,965
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
6 4. 721
7, 562, 291. 93
Series E-1985 (December)
5.130
- 8 , 680 68
Series E-1966
4.877
11, 816, 097. 68
Series E-1967
4.826
8,377, 002. 01
Series E-1988 ( J a n u a r y to May)
4.960
4, 213,734. 49
Series E-1988 (June to D e c e m b e r )
6,090
3, 991, 654. 75
Series E-1969 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
6,200
4,068,508. 72
Series E-1969 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
6.427
4, 046, 805. 33
5.480
Series E-1970 ( J a n u a r y to May)
4,378,576.89
5.500
Series E-1970 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
4, 659,520 61
Series E-1971
6.600
ll,40a25O09
Series E-1972
6. 500
482, 278,575. 64
6.500
Series E-1973
139, 308,382. 25
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
10 - 4 9 , 677,078.32
Series H - 1 9 5 2 . . . .
6 3. 573 Series H-1963
6 3.642 Series H - 1 9 5 4 . . . . :
6 3.733 .
Series H-1966
. . . .
6 3.821 Series H-1956
9 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 t o D e c e m b e r ) . . . . 9 4.244 Series H-1958
9 4.349 Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
.
4.430 .
Series H-1959 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
9 4.486 Series H-1960
9 4. 622 .
9 4.684 .
Series H-1961
Series H-1962
9 4,137 .
Series H-1983
9 4. 282 .
Series H-1964
6 4.394 .
Series H-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
6 4.538 4. 810 Series H-1985 (December)
Series H - 1 9 6 6 . —
4, 848 .
Series H-1967
4. 982 .
Series H-1988 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) . .
6. 070 .
Series H-1968 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
6.153 .
Series H-1969 ( J a n u a r y to May)
5. 240 .
Series H-1969 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
5.445 .
Series H-1970 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) . .
5. 470 .
Series H-1970 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
5. 500 .
Series H-1971
6.600 Series H-1972
28, 254, 000. 00
6. 500
Series H-1973
5.600
25,84a 600. 00 .
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
11,890,600.00
T r e a s u r y notes. Series A-1979
8M A d j u s t m e n t s of issues ^
-11,000.00 .
T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1993
""6^""A d j u s t m e n t s of issues ''-46,000.00 .
U . S . savings notes:8
Series S-1967
4.74
190, 633.36
Series S-1968 ( J a n u a r y to May)
4,74
277,543. 88
5.00
684,618. 96
Series S-1968 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r ) . . .
Series S-1969
5.00
997,153.75
6.00
390,498. 51
Series S-1970
Unclassified..-.
60.76
"'""4."39"
594, 684.43
U . S . r e t i r e m e n t plan b o n d s . . .
2.00
D e p o s i t a r y b o n d s . F i r s t Series
83,000.00
2.00 T r e a s u r y b o n d s , R E A Series
T r e a s u r y b o n d s . I n v e s t m e n t Series B-1975-802H .
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for 13^%:
T r e a s u r y notes, Series E A - 1 9 7 7 . . .
T r e a s u r y notes. Series EO-1977
T r e a s u r y notes, Series EA-1977
3.000. 00 Wl
T r e a s u r y n o t e s . Series EO-1977
8,801,000 00 .
Wl
Miscellaneous
Total February..

Mar.

1 T r e a s u r y cerrificates, m a t u r i n g :
Mar. 1,1973
A p r . 1,1973

Footnotes at end of table.




31,252,979,022.99
6,69
6, 81

.

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y ^

$18,004, 736. 98
16,031,844. 68
1, 674,401. 34
14,703,779. 23
18,162,138. 92
8,080,853. 69
8, 618, 691. 24
10,403,736. 27
18, 084,119.78
7, 945,329. 93
13,863,998.07
39, 322,793.53
166, 213,008.19
2,756. 25
10 - 8 8 , 7 2 6 , 674. 28
125,600. 00
462,500. 00
791,500. 00
1,307,500.00
1,130,000. 00
70,000.00
846, 500. 00
1,448,500. 00
718,000.00
674,000. 00
2,343.500. 00
2 744 000.00
3,093,000. 00
3, 288,000. 00
1,516,000. 00
1,301,500. 00
105,000. 00
1 638 000.00
1 463,000.00
654 000.00
621,000. 00
574,000. 00
499,500. 00
587,000. 00
709,600. 00
1 616 000 00
1,275,000 00
266,000. 00

1 028 086.12
1,108,543. 84
1,747,835. 63
2, 282,302, 29
789 183 10
431,704, 69
184, OOO 00
285,000 00
3,000. 00
8,801,000 00
67 984,000.00
27,304,214.886.07
6,728,320, 74

6,757,68a 40 .

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

191

T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Securities

Date

1973
Mar.

1
1
1
2

R a t e of
interest i

A m o u n t issued 2

Percent
Treasury bihs:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d A u g . 31,1972
4 4.856 .
M a t u r i n g May 31.1973
6.812
$2,401,116,000.00 .
M a t u r i n g A u g . 30,1973
6.044
1,800,426,000 00 .
S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series:
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s
770, ooa 00 .
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s
606, 000 00 .
3,365, ooa 00 .
T r e a s u r y notes
7,395,000 00 .
Treasury bonds
96,000 00 .
Certificates of I n d e b t e d n e s s
16,970,000 00 .
Treasury notes
20,080,000 00 .
Treasury bonds
Certificates of I n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
5.90
109, ooa 000.00 .
J u n e 6,1973
J u n e 6,19735.90
2,523,000,000. 00 .
J u n e 6,1973
--5.90
601, ooa ooa 00.
5.90
J u n e 7,1973
189, ooa 000.00 .
Treasury bihs:
Regular weekly:
4 4.941 .
D a t e d Sept. 7,1972
6.879
2,390,866, ooa 00 .
M a t u r i n g J u n e 7,1973
6.272
M a t u r i n g Sept. 6,1973
1,800,490, ooa 00 .
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g
6.36
Mar. 9, 1973
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign c u r r e n c y series,
maturing:
4.80 .
Mar. 9, 1973
6.626
128,769,176.94 .
J u n e 7,1974
-..
S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series. T r e a s u r y
2,080,000, 00 :
bonds
Treasury bihs:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d Sept. 14,1972
4 6.089 .
6.998
M a t u r i n g J u n e 14, 1973
2,400,736,000 00 .
6.441
M a t u r i n g Sept. 13,1973
1,801,040, ooa 00 .
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
Mar. 20,1973
5.10
Mar. 20,1973
5.10
6.70
M a y 9, 1973
6.45
M a y 14, 1973
6.35
337, 000, 000.00 .
J u n e 20, 1973
-.-6.36
200,000,000 00 .
J u n e 20, 1973
---..
3.60
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30, 1973..
734,71 .
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
4.80
Mar. 22, 1973
100,000,000,00 .
J u n e 27, 1974
7.00
T r e a s u r y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly:
4 6. 093 .
D a t e d Sept. 21, 1972
6.333
2,400,446, ooa 00 .
M a t u r i n g J u n e 21, 1973
--1,801,346.000.00 ,
6.760
M a t u r i n g Sept. 20, 1973
S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series, certificates
of i n d e b t e d n e s s
8 a 600,00 .
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-.
S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series, certificates
200.000,00
of i n d e b t e d n e s s
Certincates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
6,16
Mar. 26, 1973
900,000,000,00 ,
6.35
J u n e 26, 1973
S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series:
3,215.000 00
Treasury bonds
,
Certificatesof i n d e b t e d n e s s
28,000,000,00
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
4,70
Mar. 29, 1973
200,000,000.00 .
J u n e 27, 1974
6,80

F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

$4,201,685,000 00

4,206,616, ooa 00

10.000. ooa 00

111, 120,76a 00

4,202,866,000,00
362,000, OOO 00
337,000,000, 00
102,000,000.00
180,000.000. 00

100.000, 000, 00

4,207,236, ooa 00

400,000.00

900,000,000. 00

28,000, OOQ. 00
200,000,000.00

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T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

R a t e of
interest i

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed p r i o r
to m a t u r i t y 3

Percent

1973
Mar,

A m o u n t issued 2

Treasury bihs:
Regular w e e k l y :
D a t e d Sept. 28, 1972
M a t u r i n g J u n e 28, 1973.
M a t u r i n g Sept. 27, 1973
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30, 1 9 7 3 . .
U . S . savings b o n d s : *
Series E-1941
Series E-1942
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1946
Series E-1946
Series E-1947
Series E-1948
Series E-1949
Series E-1950
Series E-1951
Series E-1962 ( J a n u a r y to April)
Series E-1952 (May to December)
Series E-1963
Series E-1954
Series E-1955
Series E - 1 9 5 6 - 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-1959 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1960
Series E-1961
Series E-1982
Series E-1963
Series E-1964..
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
Series E-1985 (December)
Series E-1966
Series E-1967
Series E-1968 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1988 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1969 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1969 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1970 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1970 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1971
Series E-1972
Series E-1973
Unclassl ^:ed sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
Series H-1952
Series H-1953
Series H-1954
Series H-1955
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-1958
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-1980
Series H-1961
Series H-1982
Series H-1963
Series H-1964
Series H-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r ) Series H-1965 (December)
Series H-1966
Series H-1967
Series H-1968 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series H-1968 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r ) . .
Series H-1969 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series H-1989 ( 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 to D e c e m b e r ) . .
Series H-1971

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




4 5.165
6.252
6.633
3,50

$4, 205,120,000, 00
$2,401, 830, ooa 00 .
1,806, 600, 000. 00
2 a 619, 643, 69

3,896
3,947
3.719
3. 684
3,658
3,758
3,830
3.907
4.030
4.128
4.191
4.240
4,291
4,018
3.868
3.978
4.142
4.230
4,368
4.484
4.570
4,572
4,644
4,746
4,825
4,890
4, 985
9 4.721
5.130
4.877
4,826
4,960
5,090
5,200
5.427
5,480
5,500
5,500
5, 500
5,500
93.573
93.642
63.733
93.321
93.953
4,030
9 4.244
64.349
4.430
9 4.436
94.522
94.534
94.137
94.262
94.394
9 4,536
4.810
4.848
4.982
5.070
5.153
5.240
5.445
5.470
5.500
5.500

414, 989,17
3, 216, 564.90
10, 582, 464. 99
3, 871, 893. 08
3, 837, 980 67
3, 083, 428.84
3. 814, 184.44
3, 766, 805. 60
4,275, 956. 77
4, 252, 847.92
3, 592, 273. 51
1,851, 503.92
2,188, 263.67
6, 783, 784. 74
6,860, 252. 09
7,199, 761. 27
7,112, 254. 97
3,026, 432.28
5,188, 076.12
5,518, 122.00
2,602, 278. 25
5,937, 718. 20
6,128, 215. 89
6,840, 878.70
7,700, 904.60
8,376, 131.34
8,755, 280. 24
8,131, 531.44
•187.27
12,596, 504. 49
8,619, 549.30
4,381, 824.59
3,824, 765. 87
4,218, 830.41
3,958, 278. 76
4,672, 458.76
4,753, 679.65
11,944, 456.13
100,156, 455. 25
461,949, 098.00
21,368. 047. 43
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1,341, 341.99
6,368. 331. 39
9, 687,
343.81
11. 638,023. 89
9, 640,
718,46
6,433, 816. 86
6,024, 824.14
6.861, 667. 04
7, 227.792. 91
6,800, 047.86
622.44
6, 771,
2,181,376. 28
4. 208,251.42
7, 748,663.86
7. 721,773.86
8,563,387.46
8,659,563.36
770, 882.07
6,992,096. 56
6,824,39a 44
3,027, 432, 21
3,768, 394. 29
7.181, 558, 92
8,235,259. 97
9,102,504,08
10,788,423,43
11,251, 704. 99
10,477, 478. 01
972, 279. 36
10,205, 041. 89
17,316, 138. 31
4,142, 840.16
6,266,624.56
6,628,061.98
la 192,248.77
6,113,294. 86
917.30
10,310, 471. 84
27,328, 908. 89
135,449,387. 50
43, 416. 25
75,967, 000.00
330, 500.00
751, 500.00
1,282, 500.00
1,685,000.00
1,635,
199, ooa 00
1,248, 500.00
1,909,000.00
814, 500.00
858, 000.00
3,077, 000.00
3,241, 500.00
2,973, 500,00
3,593, ooa 00
2,202, 000.00
1,754, 000.00
89, 500.00
2,058, 000.00
2,040, 500.00
779, 500.00
884,
724, 000.00
544, 000. 00
500. 00
518, 500.00
628, 000.00
1,759.000,00

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T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

1973
Mar, 31

R a t e of
interest i

A m o u n t issued 2

Percent

U.S. savings b o n d s ''—Continued
Series H-1972
Series H-1973
Unclassl Tied sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
T r e a s u r y notes. Series G-1978
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues ^
T r e a s u r y notes. Series B-1979
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues ^
,
31 U.S. savings notes: s
Series S-1967.
Series S-1988 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series S-1968 ( J u n e t o December)
Series S-1969
Series S-1970.
Unclassified
U.S. r e t i r e m e n t plan b o n d s
D e p o s i t a r y bonds, F i r s t Series.
T r e a s u r y bonds, R E A Series
T r e a s u i y bonds. I n v e s t m e n t Series B-1975-80. .
R e d e e m e d in exchange for 13^% T r e a s u r y
notes, Series EA-1977
m % T r e a s u r y n o t e s , Series EO-1977
T r e a s u r y notes, S ri'.s E A 1977
T r e a s u r y notes. Series EO-1977
Miscellaneous

5.500
5.500

$4,414,500.00
76,422,000. 00
10 -18,387,000.00

1 T r e a s u r y notes, Series EA-1973
R e d e e m a b l e for c a s h . .
1 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
A p r , 1, 1973
May 1, 1973
J u n e 30, 1973
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular m o n t h l y :
112
D a t e d Mar, 31, 1972
M a t u r i n g Mar. 12, 1974
2
3 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
A p r . 3, 1973
J u l y 3, 1973
A p r . 5, 1973
J u l y 5, 1973..
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign currency series,
maturing:
A p r . 5, 1973
J u l y 5, 1974
T r e a s u r y bihs:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d Oct. 5, 1972...
M a t u r i n g J u l y 5, 1973
M a t u r i n g Oct. 4, 1973
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g
A p r . 9, 1973
9 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 15, 1973..
10 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
A p r . 10, 1973
J u l y 10, 1973
:
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
10
M a t u r i n g Sept. 20, 1973.
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
12
D a t e d Oct. 12, 1972
12
M a t u r i n g J u l y 12, 1973
12
M a t u r i n g Oct. 11, 1973
17 T r e a s u r y notes, foreign currency series, m a turing:
A p r . 17. 1973
J u l y 17, 1973

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




$1,996,500.00
275,500. 00
- 3 , 2 7 6 , 5 0 a 00

2,109,000. 00 .

'""435,'666." 66"!
4.74
4.74
5.00
5.00
5.00

219, 724.35
298, 095. 88
583,783.31
997, 454. 92
327,100. 28
8, 017. 75
2.55, 527.36
344,000. 00
4,194, 000. 00

4.40
2.00
2.00

682, 022.55
719, 022. 72
1,351,187, 96
1, 601,884. 90
578,408. 90

(«)

309,776.43
308, 000. 00
326, 000, 00

2M
- 3 , 000. 00
1,350,000. 00

- 3 . ooa 00 .

13^
W2

1,350,000,00 .

Total March..
Apr.

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

27,263,248,286,07

92,258,600.00
24,000,595,375,61
33,750,000 00

5.81
6.25
3.50

6, 757, 689, 40
6,791,035.36 .

4 4.689
6.616
5.20
6.55
5.20
6.55

. 18,169,973.89

-

1,701,930,000.00
1,790,295,000,00 ,
.

619,000,000, 00
819, 000, 000. 00 ,

.
44,000,000.00 .

4.50
6.93

24,738,587.10
28,711,816.24 ,

4 5,128 6.530
2,401, 420, 000, 00
6.815
1, 800, 990,000,00 .
5.50
LOO

""'44,'666,'666.'66

.

5,15
6,20

4, 202,790, 000. 00

5,000,000. 00
567.33
100, 000,000. 00
100,000,000,00 ,

6,760
10,000.00
4 5.158 .
6.187
8.269
4.15
6.70

4, 204,960, 000. 00
2, 400,800, 000. 00 .
1,800,685,000.00 .
147,890, 946, 50
170,198.9ia 73

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1972-June 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of Amount issued 2
interest i

1973
Percent
Apr. 17 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Apr, 17. 1973..:
5,30 .
Apr, 17, 1973
5.30 .
July 17, 1973
..-.
6.20
July 17, 1973—
6,20
18
Apr, 18, 19735,30 .
Apr, 18, 1973-..5,30 .
July 18, 1973
.-.
6.20
July 18, 1973-—
6.20
19
Apr. 19, 1973
5.30 Apr. 19, 1973
5.30 .
July 19, 1973
6,20
July 19, 1973
---6,20
Treasury bihs:
Regular weekly:
19
Dated Oct, 19, 1972
. . . - 45.213.
19
Maturing July 19, 1973
6.187
19
Maturing Oct. 18, 1973
-.6.388
Tax anticipation:
20
Dated Nov, 24, 1972
4,721.
Regular monthly:
23
Maturing Mar, 12, 1974.6.616.
Adjustments of issues
25 Treasury certificates, maturing June 30, 1973-3.50
Treasury bihs:
Regular weekly:
26
Dated Oct, 26, 1972
45.403
26
Maturing July 26. 1973
6,250
26
Maturing Oct. 2.5. 1973
6,631
28 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Apr. 26, 1973
5,65
July 26, 1973
6,25
26 Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing:
Apr. 26, 1973
-4.65
Apr. 26, 1973
4.30
July 25, 1974
6,75
Treasury bills:
Regular monthly:
30
Dated Apr. 30,1972
44.471 .
4,471
30
Maturing Apr. 9,1974
6.598
30 Treasury certificates, maturing June 30,1973 .
3.50 30 Certificates of Indebtedness, foreign currency
series, maturing:
July 19,1973
6.25
Aug. 2, 1973
6.76
30 Treasury notes, foreign currency series, maturing:
Aug. 20,1973
4.77
Aug. 27, 1973
6.67
Aug, 30, 1973
4,66
Oct. 2, 1973
2.061
Nov. 30. 1973
6.60
Jan. 7,1974
6.70
Feb. 6. 1974
6.40
Feb. 20,1974
6.25
Mar. 11,1974
5.50
Mar. 13,1974
6.47
Apr. 8,1974
6,70
Apr, 29.1974
6.00
30 U.S, savings bonds: ^
Series E-1941
93.395
Series E-1942
93.947
Series E-1943
93.719
Series E-1944
93.534
Series E-1945
93.666
Series E-1946
93.753
Series E-1947
93.330
Series E-1948
93.907
Series E-1949
94.030
SeriesE-1950
94.123
Series E-1951
,
- 9 4.191
Series E-1952 (January to April)
4,240
Footnotes at end of table.




Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity '

$250,000,000.00 .
70,000,000.00 .
25,000,000.00 .
11,000,000.00 .
40,000,000,00
50, 000,000, 00 .

2,402,215,000,00 .
1,800,350, 000. 00 .

$250,000.000, 00
70,000,000.00
11,000,000,00
25,000,000,00
40,000,000, 00
50,000,000, 00

4, 201,450.000,00
2,012, 465,000, 00

-30,000,00 .
15,071,92L46 .

2,398,425,000, 00 1,799,470,000, 00

25,000,000,00 .
- 275,000,000,00 .

1,801 786,000,00

4,200,830,000.00

25,000,000.00
175.000. 000,00
100.000.000, 00

1,700,030.000 00

''"zh',mMi'72

10,056,662,66 .
4,930,776,03 .
3,961.660 64
46 834.626.67
3,910.788.70
19,395,95a 04
2 742.026.40
5,886,848.47
2,863,886,45
3,154,904.92
26,247,306.18
2,467,555,10
3.096 356.78
3,898,753.13
476,423.71
3,383,494.40
8,974,241.90
3,683,874.06
4,344,836.35
3,176,738. 72
3,433,063.99
3,635,716. 66
4,001,743.89
3,941,987.26
3,660,226.17
1,680,666.54

1,447,966.10
6,114.384.81
9,717,52a 20
11.171,493.78
9,610,294.08
6.639,694.69
6,113,801.13
6,9ia412,79
7,270,472,02
6,395.48a 86
5.604.823.64
1,934.054.27

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T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of
interest i

Amount issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

1973
Percent
Apr. 30 U.S. savings bonds «—Continued
Series E-1952 (May to December)
9 4.291
$2,008,767.69
Series E-1963
94.0I8
5,36a 868,91
Series E-1954
93.363
6,601,714.96
Series E-1966
93.973
6,747,069. 54
Series E-1966
94.142
6,742,068.90
Series E-1967 (January)
4.230
665.28
Series E-1957 (February to December)
9 4.368
6,386,773.25
Series E-1968
94.434
6,135,908.93
Series E-1969 (January to May)
4.670
2,434,79a 27
Scries E-1959 (June to December)
9 4.572
2,803,154. 99
Series E-1960
9 4. 644
7,081,903.70
7,849,148. 99
Series E-1961
- . . 94.746
8,454,768.02
Series E-1962
94.825
11,608,95a 35
Series E-1963
94.390
Series E-1964
94.966
10,624,427. 66
Series E-1965 (January to November)
9 4,721
14,607,562.44
Series E-1966 (December)
5.130
-118.17
Series E-1966
4.877
13,386,286.21
8,863,37a 34
Series E-1967
4.826
Series E-1968 (January to May)
4,960
4,611,088.63
Series E-1968 (June to December)
6.090
4,129,138,01
4.668, 666,37
Series E-1969 (January to May)
6. 200
Series E-1969 (June to December)
6.427
4,347,881,13
6,136, 027, 93
Series E-1970 (January to May)
6.460
6,323,072.41
Series E-1970 (June to December)
6.600
.3, 656,928.12
Series E-1971
6.600
28,846,867.15
Series E-1972
6.600
627.988.781.36
Series E-1973
6. 560
0-6.39a 86a 28
10
Unclassified sales and redemptions
Series H-1962
93.573 .
Series H-1963
63.642 .
Series H-1964
63.733 ,
Series H-1965
63.321 .
Series H-1966
63.953 .
Series H-1967 (January)
4.030 ,
Series H-1967 (February to December)
9 4.244
Series H-1958
94.349 .
Series H-1959 (January to May)
4,430
Series H-1969 (June to December)
6 4.436
Series H-1960
-64.522
Series H-1961
64.534 .
Series H-1962
94.137
Series H-1963
94.262 ,
Series H-1964
64.394
Series H-1966 (January to November")
6 4.536
Series H-1965 (December).
4,810 .
4.848 .
SeriesH-1986
4,982 ,
Series H-1967
6,070 ,
Series H-1968 (January to May) —
6,163 .
Series H-1968 (June to December),.
6,240 .
Series H-1989 (January to May)....
6,446 .
Series H-1989 (June to December)..
6,470 .
Series H-1970 (January to May)
6,600 .
Series H-1970 (June to December)..
6. 600 .
Series H-1971
6,600
466,000.00
Series H-1972
6,600
68,910,000.00
Series H-1973
Unclassified sales and redemptions
10 -2,204,000,00
Treasury notes, Series G-1976
63^
280,000.00 .
Adjustments of issues ^
,
Treasury notes. Series B-1979
6^
-100,000.00 .
Adj ustments of issues ^
30 U,S, savings notes: ^
232,958,21
4.74
Series S-1967
.
277,539,92
.4. 74
Series S-1968 (January to May)
614, 673,17
6,00
Series S-1968 (June to December).
1,037, 850, 85
6.00
Series S-1969
278, 645, 59
6,00
Series S-1970
- 7 , 9 9 7 , 50
Unclassified
438,135.78
U.S. retirement plan bonds
4.40
11, 000.00
Depositary bonds. First Series
2.00
Treasury bonds, REA Series
2.00
Footnotes at end of table.




$3,711, 472.12
7,614, 44a 64
7.706. 609, 42
8,449. 609, 34
8,388, 112. 62
844, 024. 86
7,664, 086. 70
9,386. 94a 81
4.161, 95a 91
6,178, 946.30
10,286, 942. 83
11,164, 564.20
12,332 606. 74
14,694, 944, 01
16,084, 646.20
14,025, 7ia 31
1,309, 163.49
14,441, 536. 34
16,401, 784.38
6,897, 193.46
8,444, 286. 63
7, 722, 385. 73
11, 643, 672.66
8.429, 677.92
14,283, 218.96
38, 268, 006. 79
140, 864, 334.92
44, 221, 200.00
- 6 1 , 76a 760 66
169, 600.00
662, ooa 00
987, 600,00
1, 281, 60O00
1, 302, 600, 00
148, 600,00
864, 000,00
1, 284, 600.00
672, 000.00
714, 500. 00
2,169, 500. 00
2, 362, 500. 00
2, 243, 600,00
2.903, 600,00
1,462, 500,00
1,199. 500,00
95, 500.00
1,854, 500 00
1,343, OOOOO
670, 500.00
681, 000. 00
458, 000. 00
448, 000.00

473, ooooo
619,, 000.00
1,329, 500. 00
1, 742, 600.00
!,
112,. 000, 00
2,826, 500,00

866,998, 63
931,254, 82
1,950, 348.39
2,389, 767, 28
824, 677.37

C)
180,443.47
904,000.00
630,000.00

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1972-June 1973—Continued
Securities

Date

1973
Apr, 30 Treasury bonds. Investment Series B-1975-!
Redeemed in exchange for 13^%:
Treasury notes, Series EO-1977
Treasury notes. Series E A-1978
Treasury notes, Series EO-1977..1
Treasurynotes, Series EA-1978
Miscellaneous

Rate of
interesti

1 Treasury certificates, maturing:
May 1, 1973...
June 1, 1973
1 State and local government series, Treasury
bonds
1 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
June 20, 1973
July 10,1973
2
May 2, 1973
Aug. 2, 1973
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
3
Dated Nov. 2, 1972....
3
Maturing Aug. 2,1973
3
Maturing Nov. 1, 1973
7
Maturing July 12,1973
Adjustments of issues...,
7
Maturing July 26,1973
Adjustments of issues
7
Maturing Oct. 4,1973
Adjustments of issues
•7
Maturing Oct. 18, 1973
Adjustments of issues.
7
Maturing Oct. 25, 1973
Adjustments of issues
7 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
May 7, 1973
Aug. 7, 1973
9
May 9, 1973
May 9, 1973
Aug. 9, 1973
Nov. 9, 1973
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
10
Dated Nov. 9, 1972...
10
Maturing Aug. 9, 1973
10
Maturing Nov. 8,1973
14 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
May 14, 1973
May 14, 1973
May 14, 1973
Aug. 14,1973
•
Aug. 14,1973
Aug. 14,1973
Nov. 14,1973
15 Treasury notes, Series A-1973
Redeemed in exchange for:
63^% Treasury notes, Series A-1980
7% Treasury bonds of 1093-08
Redeemable for cash
15 Treasury notes. Series E-1973
Redeemed in exchange for:
6>^% Treasury notes. Series A-1080
Redeemable for cash
15 Treasury notes. Series A-1980
Issued in exchange for:
7M% Treasury notes. Series A-1973
Wk% Treasury notes. Series E-1973
Issued for cash
Footnotes at end of table.




Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Percent
2H

W
Wl

T o t a l April

May

Amount issued 2

$433,000. 00
136,000 00
$433,000,00 .
136,000.00 .
67,459,50O 00
23,084,287,124. <

6.25
8.28

24,594,499,197. 88

8,791,035. 38
6,825,920 82 .
23,850,000 00

8.35
6.20
6.70
6.30

75,000, ooa 00
100,000,000 00
55,000,000, 00

55,000,000 00 .

46.448
6. 277
6.574
6.187
..-6.250

2,501,000, OOO 00 .
1,800,645,000 00
----10,ooa00 .

8.815
...
6.388

-15,000.00 .

4,303,150, ooa 00

185,000.00 ,

- 1 0 , 0 0 0 00
6.631
....

-125,00000

5.70
6.30
6.70
6.70
8.15
8.45

105,000,000 00 ,
1,480,000, ooa 00

4 5.352
6.138
6.431

2,504,460,000 00 .
1,801,695,000 00 .

5.45
5.45
6.45
6.15
6.15
6.15
6.45

7M

413,000, OOO 00
413,000,000 00 .

"i,'483,'666^666.'66
106,000,000. 00

4,303,270,000.00

1,170,000,000 00 .
261, ooa O O 00 O
70,000, ooa 00 .
1,500,000,000 00 .

70,000,000, 00
261,000, ooa 00
2, 650,000,000, 00

2,636,083,000 00
40,000, ooa 00
3,167,612, OOO 00
4M

2,585,280, OOO 00
1,207,151, ooa 00
2,836,083, OOO 00 .
2,585,260,000 00 .
2,043,17a OOO 00 •

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197

T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of
interest 1

Amount issued 2

Percent
1973
M a y 15 T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1993-98
7.00
Issued i n exchange for:
$40,000,000. 00 .
7M% T r e a s u r y notes, Series A-1973
Issued for cash
651,756,000 00 .
18 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
5.45
M a y 18,1973
5.45
M a y 16,1973
6.20
A u ? . 16,1973
65, ooa ooa 0 0 .
6.20
A u g , 16,1973
15,000,000 00 .
Treasury bihs:
Regular m o n t h l y :
Maturing Apr. 9,1974..
6.598 .
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
-10, ooa 00 .
Regular weekly:
8.187
M a t u r i n g J u l y 12,1973
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
-10,000 00 .
M a t u r i n g Oct. 11,1973
"6." 269'
'""i6,'666.'66",
A d j u s t m e n t s ot i s s u e s .
4 5.267 .
D a t e d N o v . 18,1972
6.180
2,500,630, ooa 00 .
M a t u r i n g A u g , 16,1973
6.457
1,692,665,000 00 .
M a t u r i n g N o v . 15,1973
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
M a y 17,1973
5.10
6.45
706,000, ooa 00 .
N o v . 16,1973
----T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g
M a y 22,1973
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign scries,
maturing:
5.45
M a y 23,1973
6.45
30,000,000 00 .
A u g . 23,1973
---T r e a s u r y n o t e s , foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
4.30
M a y 24,1973
4.25
M a y 24,1973
240, oco, 000. 00 .
7.00
A u g . 22, 1974
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular w e e k l y :
4 5. 277 .
D a t e d N o v , 24,1972
0 453
2,501,135, ooa 00 .
M a t u r i n g A u g . 23,1973
0 747
1,700,785,000 00 .
M a t u r i n g N o v . 23,1973
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
444.80 .
3.50
J u n e 30,1973
7,500,000 00 .
3.50
J u n e 30,1973
-Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
M a y 30,1973
5.20
100,000,000 00 .
8.90
N o v . 3 a 1973
Treasury bihs:
Regular weekly:
5.532
D a t e d N o v . 30,1972
--.
2,501,970,000 00 .
M a t u r i n g A u g . 30,1973
6.693
6.884
1,702,030,000 00 .
M a t u r i n g N o v . 29,1973
----...
K eg ular m o n t h l y :
4.835
D a t e d M a y 31,1972
1,800,435,000 00 .
M a t u r i n g M a y 7,1974
.-8.818
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 . .
3.50
S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series, certificates
of i n d e b t e d n e s s
--U.S. savings b o n d s : ^
842,242. 63
6 3.895
Serie.s E-1941
---.
Series E-1942
3,574,637.24
6 3. 947
Series E-1943
4,857,553.60
6 3.719
Series E-1944
---.
5,719,72a 51
6 3. 584
Series E-1945
6 3, 856
10,097,623.10
Series E-1946
-6 3.758
3,167,225.03
Series E-1947
6 3.830
3,169,127.17
6 3. 907
3,636,18a 51
Series E-1948
Series E-1949
-.
6 4.030
3,905,99a 47
9 4.128
3,815,717.44
SeriesE-1950
6 4.191
3,439,743.92
Series E-1951
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to April)
4,240
-972.90
6 4, 291
1,973,331.47
Series E-1952 (May t o D e c e m b e r )
Footnotes at end of table.




Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

$65.000, ooa 00
15,000,000 00

4,304,335,000 00

706,000, ooa 00
3,000,000. 00
30,000, ooa CO
90,000, ooa 00
160,000, ooa 00

4,301,240,000 00

100,000,000 00

4,303,860,000 00

1,701,130,000 00
31,143,16a 02
860,000. 00
1,38a 953. 61
5,723,934.97
9,232,487.08
10,073,464,61
9,032,652.27
4,983,708.74
5,763,342.04
6,076,50a22
6,553, l i a 89
5,931,594.31
5,418.157.90
1,921,995,24
3,588,100,97

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1972-June 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of
interest i

Amount issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Percent
1973
May 31 U.S. savings bonds s—Continued
. 6 4. 018
$5,327,945.32
$7,203,422,35
Series E-1953
- 6 3.868
5,404,920 79
7,350,318,28
Series E-1954
- 6 3.978
5,648,74L90
Series E-1955
7,927,093.30
. 6 4.142
5,346,343.47
7,961,484,76
Series E-1956
.
--4,862. 67
4. 230
786,779. 67
Series E-1957 (January)
6,245,551. 94
7,103,254.65
Series E-1957 (February to December) .-- . 6 4.368
6,020,454.14
. 6 4.484
8,375,684.14
Series E-1958..-3,139. 08
3,385,398,40
Series E-1959 (January to May)
4. 570
2,324,08a 79
4,522,080 93
Series E-1959 (June to December)
. 6 4. 572
5,726,522. 77
8.422,172. 04
Series E-1980
-. 6 4. 644
6,143,712.81
Series E-1961
9,685,578. 20
. 6 4.746
8,390,768.68
Series E-1962
10,670.185, 87
. 6 4.825
8,379,900 26
Series E-1983.. .
13,457,396,84
. 6 4,890
8,098,619.77
Series E-1964.13,111,083,00
6 4, 985
13,329,954,49
12,004,73a 98
Series E-1985 (January to November)
6 4. 721
-638. 81
1,185, 990 16
Series E-1985 (December)
5.130
13,090,498.79
11,875,093.08
Series E-1986
4. 877
13, 385,788, 74
8,331,378.08
Series E-1967
4.826
4, 249,045. 25
5,345,782. 18
Series E-1988 (January to May)
4.960
4,073, 604. 07
Series E-1988 (June to December)
7,189,25a 04
5.090
4,173,016.13
6, 249,289. 38
Series E-1989 (January to May)
5. 200
4, 027, 231. 53
9,293,952. 64
Series E-1969 (June to December)
. .5.427
4, 866,838. 65
7, 055,436. 30
Series E-l 970 (January to May)
5.460
4, 786, 616. 36
11,951,336. 24
Series E-x970 (June to December)
5.500
11,966,348.41
32,140,743. 23
Series E-1971
5.500
16,37a 865. 24
97,068,857, 96
Series E-1972
...
5.500
543,383,140 80
Series E-1973
70, 663,388, 75
5.500
23,467,59a 55
81, 603, 111. 65
Unclassified sales and redemptions
162,500,00
"'"6"3'573".
Series H-1952....
6 3. 842 818,500, 00
Series H-1953
1,044,000, 00
Series H-1954
6 3.733 6 3.821 .
1,538,000. 00
Series H-1955 .
6 3. 953 1,468, O O 00
O
Series I-I-1958—.
4.030 128,000. 00
Series H-1957 (January)
971, O O 00
O
Series 11-1957 (February to December)---- 6 4.244 6 4.349 .
1,546,000, 00
Series H-19584.430 .
671,500,00
Series Ii-1959 (January to May)
6 4.488 .
649,000, 00
Series H-1959 (June to December)
Series H-1960
_6 4.522 2,318,50a 00
6 4,584 2, 662,500.00
Series H-1961
Series H-1962
6 4.137 .
2, 282,500,00
6 4, 262 .
2,786,500.00
Series H-1963
6 4,394 .
Series H-1984
1,477,500,00
6 4, 536 .
Series H-1965 (January to November)
1,481,500.00
4,810 .
41,500.00
Series I-I-1965 (December)
4, 848 1,430,50a 00
Series H-1986....
Series H-1967
4. 982 1,300, O O 00
O
5. 070 627,000. 00
Series Ii-1968 (January to May)
5.153 812,000. 00
Series Ii-1968 (June to December)
5. 240 .
523,000.00
Series H-1969 (January to May)
5,445 .
426, ooa 00
Series H-1989 (June to December)
5.470 .
553,50O 00
Series H-1970 (January to May).
5. 500 .
684,500. 00
Series H-1970 (June to December)..
5.500 .
1,376,50O 00
Series H-1971....
5.500
Series H-1972
39,500 00
1, 648,000. 00
5.500
49, 082,500. 00
78,600 00
Series H-1973
7, 824,500.00
2,714, O O 00
O
Unclassified sales and redemptions....'
31 U.S. savings notes: s
4.74
288,564. 51
Series S-1987 . .
743, 648.03
4,74
301,989. 63
784,076.70
Series S-1968 (January to May)..--.
5.00
671, 670 98
1,819,367.05
Series S-1968 (June to December)
5.00
1,073,134. 32
2,001,716.17
Series S-1989
5.00
694,702, 58
226,170 23
Series S-1970
-182. 25
Unclassified.
(9)
484,230 28
"""4."46""
31 U.S. retirement plan bonds
197,581. 62
1, 274,000.00
39,000. 00
2.00
31 Depositary bonds. First Series
253, O O 00
O
2.00 31 Treasury bonds, REA Series
-31 Treasury bonds, Investment Series B-1975-80- 2H .
Redeemed in exchange for 13^% Treasury
13,492, 000. 00
notes, Series EA-1978
13,492,000. 00 31 Treasury notes. Series EA-1978
Wl
52, 086, 700. 00
31 Miscellaneous
- 38,116,351,513.80 39,887, 232, 240 14
Total May

_

Footnotes at end of table.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

R a t e of
i nterest i

1973
Percent
J u n e 1 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
0 28
J u n e 1, 1973
0 69
J u l y 1, 1973
0 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
5.90
J u n e 6, 1973
5. 90
J u n e 6, 1973
5.90
J u n e 6, 1973
•.7..15.Sept. 6, 1973
7.15
Sept. 6, 1973
7.15
Sept. 6, 1973
---7.25
Dec. 6, 1973
.5.90
7
J u n e 7, 1973
7.15
Sept. 7, 1973
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
45.592
7
D a t e d Dec. 7, 1972
7.132
7
M a t u r i n g Sept. 6, 1973
7.211
7
M a t u r i n g Dec. 8, 1973
0453
8
M a t u r i n g A u g . 23, 1973
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
8
M a t u r i n g A u g . 30, 1973
0693
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
8
M a t u r i n g N o v . 23, 1973
0747
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
11 State a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series, certificates
of i n d e b t e d n e s s
-T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
4 5. 894 ,
14
D a t e d Dec. 14, 1972
7.127
14
M a t u r i n g Sept. 13, 1973
7.172
14
M a t u r i n g Dec. 13, 1973
8.453 .
15
M a t u r i n g A u g . 23, 1973
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
15
M a t u r i n g N o v , 23, 1973
0747.
Adj u s t m e n t s of issues15 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
1.00
J u n e 15, 1973
1.00
Dec. 15, 1973
19 State a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series, certificates
of i n d e b t e d n e s s
20 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
5.30
J u n e 20, 1973
0 35
J u n e 20, 1973
0 35
J u n e 20, 1973
7.30
Sept. 20, 1973
7.30
Sept. 20, 1973..
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
4 5. 875 .
21
D a t e d Dec. 21, 1972
7.265
21
M a t u r i n g Sept. 20, 1973
7.255
21
M a t u r i n g D e c . 20, 1973
21 T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
5.05
J u n e 21, 1973
-7.10
Sept. 19, 1974
3.50
21 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30, 1973-T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
6.180
22
M a t u r i n g A u g . 16, 1973
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
"6." 453'
22
M a t u r i n g A u g . 23, 1973
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
Tax anticipation:
5.089
22
M a t u r i n g J u n e 22, 1973
25 T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
8.00
J u n e 25, 1973
0 20
J u n e 25, 1973
J u n e 23, 1980
28 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
J u n e 2 6 , 1973
6.35
Sept. 26, 1973
7.25
F o o t n o t e s at e n d of t a b l e .




Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

A m o u n t issued ^

:8,825,920 82
62,328.22 .
109, 000,000. 00
2, 523, 000, 000. 00
601, 000,000 00
109,000,000 00
2,503,000,000 00
801,000,000.00
20,000,000 00

.
.
.
.

"'"189," 666,'666^66'.

189, 000, 000 00

4, 287,370, 000. 00
2, 501, 005, OGO 00 .
1,707,440,000 00 .
-10,000 00.
10,000 00 .
100,000 00 .
250, 000 00
4, 302, 365, 000. 00
2,502,385,000 00 .
1,700,840,000 00 .
- 1 0 , 0 0 0 00 .

"'76,'666." 66''
2,765, 637. 53
2,779,465.72 .
400,000. 00
227,000, 000. 00
282,000, 000.00
200,000, 000. 00
489,000,000 00 .
200,000,00000 .
4,308, 315, 000 00
2,501,065,000 00 .
1,700, 870, 000. 00 .
200,000,000. 00
200,000,000 00 .
2,537,610 42 .

30,000 00 .

-16,'666." 66"!
2,509,835, 000. 00
2,000,000. 00
600,000, 000. 00
800,000,000. 00 .
900, 000, 000. 00
900,000,000 00 .

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1972-June 1973—Continued
Date

Securities

1973
J u n e 28

S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t series, certificates
of i n d e b t e d n e s s
-•
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g
J u n e 27, 1973T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
J u n e 30, 1973
. J u l y 1, 1973
T r e a s u r y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly:
D a t e d Dec, 28, 1972
M a t u r i n g Sept. 27, 1 9 7 3 - M a t u r i n g Dec. 27, 1973
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
J u l y 3, 1973
J u l y 3, 1973
Sept. 28, 1973-:
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g
D e c . 29, 1977
T r e a s u r y notes, m a t u r i n g :
J u n e 29, 1979.-.•
30
J u n e 30, 1 9 7 9 . - . 30 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
J u n e 30,1973
J u n e 30,1973
June'30,1974...--.
J u n e 30, 1974
U . S . savings b o n d s : s
30
SeriesE-1941
Series E-1942_.-Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1945
Series E-1948
Series E - 1 9 4 7 . . Series E - 1 9 4 8 . . . 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 D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1953
Series E-1954
Series E-1955
Series E-1958
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 M a y )
Series E-1959 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1960
--Series E-1981
Series E-1962
Series E-1963
Series E-1964
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
Series E-1965 ( D e c e m b e r )
Series E - 1 9 8 6 - - Series E-1967
Series E-1988 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1988 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1989 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1969 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1970 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) . Series E-1970 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1971
-Series E-1972
Series E-1973.
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
Series PI-1952
Series H-1953
Series H-1954
Series H-1955
Series H-1958

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 1

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
r e d e e m e d prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

Percent
$28, 000, 000. 00
20, 000, 000. 00
3.50
6,69

$14,567,037.53
4,'976," 285.'61

4 5, 813
7,229
7.299
5.40
055
7.25

4, 304,990 OOO 00
2, 503,185, 000. 00 .
1, 701,180, OOO 00 .
.
-

23, 000,000. 00
819, 000, OOO 00
852, 200, 000. 00

2.50

198,888,237.07 . - .

4.00
4.00

5,707,710 98 . .
27,135,870 35 . . .

3.50
3,50
3.50
3.50

5,758,386. 07
363,473,152.86

6 3. 895
6 3. 947
6 3. 719
6 3. 584
6 3. 656
6 3. 758
6 3. 830
6 3. 907
6 4. 030
6 4.128
6 4,191
4.240
6 4. 291
6 4. 018
6 3. 868
6 3.978
6 4,142
4.230
9 4.368
6 4. 484
4.570
6 4.572
6 4.644
6 4. 746
6 4. 825
6 4. 890
6 4. 965
6 4.721
5.130
4.877
4.826
4.960
5. 090
5.200
5.427
5.460
5.500
5.500
5.500
5.500
6 3.573
6 3. 642
6 3.733
6 3.821
6 3. 953

37,315,393.34
356,986,444.11

-

2,312,372.76
4,580,155. 62
5,504,92a 25
13,357,524. 60
10,554,627,40
4,198,588, 00
4,131,643.32
4,958,591.98
5,426,677.85
4,523,794. 81
4,138,551.47
8,505. 20
2,120,600 88
5,498,011.15
5,248.183. 98
5,587,596. 59
5,430,7ia97
2,636. 29
3,191,271.93
7,184,689. 54
3,774,297.27
2,450,707,33
5,857,235,71
8,310,940 03
8,419,451,17
7,990,32a 54
7,873,874.81
8,545,211. 00
4,989,35a 92
13,484,47a 50
0,410,954. 04
-3,844.17
8,930,235. 96
-12,234.98
9,511,474,81
-15,124.56
10,560,047.33
13,072,537. 75
16,058,641.12
562,089,057. 50
'0 -32,908,945.55
.
.
.
.

1,277,215.39
5,502,487.91
8,886,557, 79
10,010,832.12
8,956,429. 67
5,181,850 28
5,605,901.17
6,341,15a 57
8,870,804. 83
5,881,278.08
5,344,805.27
1,888, o n . 12
3,890,121. 34
6,89a 457. 23
7,275,331.54
8,000,571.09
7,651,604.35
700,935.15
6,773,103.31
7,684,325.76
3,248.813. 23
4,300, C05. 33
7,996,342. 01
9,328,092.73
9,822,498.71
12,770,151.84
12,143,343. 79
12,899,972. 62
1,020,684.63
12,644,455.85
12,400,326.51
4,884,050 46
6,802,188. 62
5,992,760 82
8,708,138.37
6,946,934.19
11,240,961.97
30,711, o n . 69
81,402,780 39
97, ooa 425. 00
22,78a 750 61
215, ooa 00
809, o o a 00
1,091, ooa 00
l,822,50a00
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TABLE

35.—Issues,

maturities,

and

201

APPENDIX

redemptions

of interest-bearing

securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 7 2 - J u n e
Securities

Date

Rate of
interest 1

1973
Percent
June 30 U.S. savings bonds s—Continued
Series H-1957 (January)
030
Series H-1957 (February to December)....
244
349
Series H-1958
..430
Series H-1959 (January to May)..--488
Series H-1959 (June to December)
522
Series H-1960.
584
Series H-1961
137
Series H-1962
--262
Series H-1963
394
Series H-1964
--536
Series H-1985 (January to November)
810
Series H-1965 (December)
848
Series H-1968
982
Series 11-1967
070
Series H-1968 (January to May)
153
Series H-1988 (June to December)
240
Series H-1989 (January to May)
445
Series H-1969 (June to December)
470
Series H-1970 (January to May)
500
Series H-1970 (June to December)
500
Series H-1971
500
Series H-1972
500
Series H-1973
Unclassified sales and redemptions
30 Treasury notes. Series A-1980
Adj ustments of issues ^
30 U.S. savings notes: 8
y
4.74
Series S-1987
4.74
Series S-1988 ( 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 - 1 9 6 9 . . . .
5.00
Series S-1970
Unclassified
30 U . S . r e t i r e m e n t plan b o n d s 4.41
30 Deposi t a r y b o n d s . F i r s t Series
2.00
30 T r e a s u r y bonds, R E A Series
2.00
30 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.
2H
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for 13^% T r e a s u r y
notes. Series EA-1978
--30 T r e a s u r y notes. Series EA-1978
30 Miscellaneous
Total June
Total fiscal year 1973

public

debt

1973—Continued

Amount issued 2

Amount matured
or cahed or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
153,000,00
61,406, 000.00
- 9 , 050, 000.00

500 00
1,174, 600. 00
1.803, 000.00
807, 500.00
701, 600. 00
2,356, 000,00
2,840, 500.00
2, 587, 500. 00
3,467, 500,00
1, 773, 500.00
1, 570, 500.00
14, 500.00
2, 206, 600,00
1, 876, 000,00
881, 500,00
702, 000.00
723, OCO. 00
484, 500.00
628, 000. 00
530, 500. 00
1, 557, 5oa 00
2, 037, 000,00
• 94, 500.00
-1,938, 000.00

40,000 00 ..
366,008.80
-1,998.58
962,872.39
1, 003, 925. 57
129, 767, 51
1, 84a 25
1,142,23a 04
51, OOO 00
.
.

640,079.98
552, 667.19
1,854.898.68
2,048, 430, 68
647,870. 68

(«)

248,448.54
120, ooa 00
1,313,000 00
1, 093, 000. 00

1,093,000 00 .
'56^ 636^ 866" 66
24,728,221,563.21

27,216,790,604.48

- - 332,913,015,394.10

313,943,834, 885. 69

1 F o r T r e a s u r y bills, average rate o n b a n k discount basis is shown; for savings b o n d s a n d savings
notes, a p p r o x i m a t e yield t o m a t u r i t y is shown.
2 A m o u n t s shown for savings b o n d s of series E a n d savings notes represent issue price plus accrued
discount.
3 A m o u n t s shown for savings b o n d s of scries E a n d savings notes represent current r e d e m p t i o n v a l u e
(issue price plus accrued discount).
4 A v e r a g e interest r a t e for c o m b i n e d original a n d additional issues.
^ A t option of owner, series E 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 be held a n d will
accrue interest for additional 30 years; b o n d s d a t e d M a y 1, 1952, t h r o u g h J a n . 1, 1957, m a y b e held a n d
wih accrue interest for additional 20 years; b o n d s d a t e d on or after F e b . 1, 1957, m a y be held a n d will
accrue interest for additional 10 years. A t option of owner, series I I b o n d s d a t e d J u n e 1, 1952, t h r o u g h
J a n . 1, 1957, m a y b e held a n d will accrue interest for additional 20 years; b o n d s d a t e d F e b . 1, 1957,
t h r o u g h N o v . 1, 1965, m a y b e held a n d will accrue interest for additional 10 years.
6 R e p r e s e n t s a weighted average of t h e a p p r o x i m a t e yield of b o n d s of various issue dates w i t h i n t h e
yearly series if held to m a t u r i t y or if held fi-om issue d a t e to e n d of a p p h c a b l e extension period, c o m p u t e d
bn t h o basis of b o n d s o u t s t a n d i n g J u n e 30, 1972. (See T r e a s u r y Circulars N o s , 653 (8th Revision) a n d
905 (5th Revision), as revised a n d a m e n d e d , for details of yields b y issue dates for scries E a n d H savings
b o n d s , respectively.)
^ A d j u s t m e n t s of a m o u n t s originally reported on d a t e of issue or exchange.
8 R e d e e m a b l e after 1 year from issue date. A t option of owner, savings notes m a y b e held a n d will
accrue interest for additional 10 years.
9 Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s of savings notes are included i n unclassified redemptions of scries E savings
b o n d s beginning M a y 1, 1968.
10 A m o u n t s transferred from unclassified sales or r e d e m p t i o n s to sales or r e d e m p t i o n s of designated series.
11 S e t t l e m e n t m a d e s u b s e q u e n t to last d a y of m o n t h in w h i c h bills m a t u r e d .




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[In millions of dollars. O n basis of s u b s c r i p t i o n a n d a l l o t m e n t reports]
P A R T I.—TREASURY BILLS OTHER T H A N

REGULAR WEEKLY

SERIES

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A l l o t m e n t s b y investor classes

A m o u n t issued
D a l e of m a t u r i t y

D a t e of
financing

1972
J u l y 31
A u g . 31
Sept. 30
Oct.31
N o v . 24
N o v . 30
Dec. 5
Dec. 31
1973
J a n . 31
F e b . 28
Mar. 31
A p r . 30
May31
June30

/ A p r . 30, 1973-.
I J u l y 31, 1 9 7 3 - .
/ M a y 31, 1 9 7 3 - .
l A u g . 28, 1973-.
( J u n e 30, 1973-(Sept., 25, 1973..
( J u l y 31, 1 9 7 3 - .
(Oct. 23, 1973-Apr. 2a 1973..
N o v ., 20, 1973..
J u n e 22, 1973..
D e c . 18, 1 9 7 3 . .
J a n . 15, 1974..
F e b . 12, 1974.
Mar. 12, 1974.
A p r . 9, 1974.M a y 7 , 1974-J u n e 4 , 1974--

Footnotes at end of table.




Average
rate
(percent)

4,723
4,918
5.040
5.178
5.348
5.529
5.223
5.318
4.721
5.225
5.089
5.337
5.988
a 050
a 616
0 598
0 818
7.235

1-year
series

1,201
.

"i,'863"
.
.

Tax
anticipation
series

500 .

.

.

9-month
series i

'i,'86i"
'i,"862".
'i,"862'^

.

'i,"866";
1,804 .
1,801
1,790
1,802
1,800
1,801 .

Other
series

U.S, Government
accounts
a n d Federal
Reserve
banks

75
627
73
194
140
654
125
578

"soi";
'566';
"56!'.
2,012

'2,'5i6'

609

Commercial
banks

Dealers
and
brokers

W
All
other 3

Ul
Cl

107
199
76
953
109
594
186
504
1,932 .
164
2,505

'728'
747
745
760
715
500
625

Corporations 2

518
533
332
531
627
330

10
12

(*)
(*)
(*)
75
4
2
4
3
17
1
6
5

173
337
165
608
135
408
180
632
73
499

313
382
474
135
255
544

135
26
187
47
118
140

30
86
8
455
1
177

222
138
207
420
412
297

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P A R T II.—SECURITIES O T H E R T H A N TREASURY BILLS

A l l o t m e n t s b y i n v e s t o r classes

Issue
A m o u n t issued
D a t e of
financing

Description s
For
cash

I n exc h a n g e for
other
securities

U.S, Govenunent
accounts
and Federal
Reserve
banks

Commercial
banks 6

Individuals 7

Insurance
companies

Corporations 2

Mutual
savings
banks

Private
pension
a n d retirement
funds

S t a t e a n d local
governments 8
Pension
a n d retirement
funds

Other
funds

Dealers
and
brokers

All
other 9
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Aug. 1 5 . . .

51/8% n o t e , F e b . 15, 1976-F
63^% n o t e , A u g . 1 5 , 1 9 7 9 - A - . 8 H % b o n d , A u g . 15, 1984
8% n o t e , S e p t . 30, 1974-E
634% n o t e , N o v . 15, 1976-D 4.
51/8% n o t e , D e c . 31, 1974-F

Oct. 1 9 . . . Nov, 1 5 . . .
Dec. 28...1973
8M% b o n d , F e b . 15,1993
Jan,10
/ 6 3 ^ % n o t e , A u g . 15, 1976-G
F e b , 15.
W / 8 % n o t e , N o v . 15,1979-B
M a y 15{^14% n o t e . M a y 15, 1980-A
\ 7 % b o n d . M a y 15, 1993-98

41
2,060
3,041
' 2,102
627
1,009
2,043
652

4,945
4,559
2,312

1,028
1,437
1,180
105

.-3,883
595
5,221
40

1,392
595
5,275
140

2,557
1,606
512
1,990
2,230
2,082

84
166
82
9
24
6

291
1,878
556
1,320
102

40
71
23
111
14

*Less t h a n $500,000,
1 A d d i t i o n a l issue of bills w i t h original m a t u r i t y of 1 y e a r .
2 E x c l u s i v e of b a n k s a n d i n s u r a n c e c o m p a n i e s ,
3 Includes Individuals, insurance companies, m u t u a l savings b a n k s , private pension
f u n d s , S t a t e a n d local funds, s a v i n g s a n d loan associations, n o n p r o f i t i n s t i t u t i o n s , a n d
i n v e s t m e n t s of foreign b a l a n c e s a n d i n t e r n a t i o n a l a c c o u n t s i n t h i s c o u n t r y . Also i n c l u d e s
c e r t a i n G o v e r n m e n t deposit a c c o u n t s a n d G o v e r n m e n t - s p o n s o r e d agencies.
4 R e o p e n i n g of earher issue.
s E x c l u d e s 13^ p e r c e n t T r e a s u r y E A a n d E O n o t e s issued in exchange for n o n m a r k e t a b l e 2 % p e r c e n t 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.
6 I n c l u d e s t r u s t c o m p a n i e s a n d stock savings b a n k s .




68
89
28
1
2

33
44
7
1
3
3

(*)
29
16
(*)

6
5
(*)

3
1

2
(*)

202
43
23
3
31
1
42
59
1
49
39

3
24
31
(*)
2

2
6
7
(*)
(*)

79
100
33
(*)
2

703
275
405
15
440
1

186
769
45
41
202
29

1
68
21
26
11

214
273
296
400
346

2
104
112
71
30

(*)
2
17
(*)
6
1

(*)
(*)
(*)

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7 I n c l u d e s partnershijps a n d p e r s o n a l t r u s t a c c o u n t s .
8 C o n s i s t s of t r u s t , s i n k i n g , a n d i n v e s t m e n t f u n d s of S t a t e a n d local g o v e r n m e n t s ,
a n d t h e i r agencies.
9 I n c l u d e s s a v i n g s a n d loan associations, n o n p r o f i t i n s t i t u t i o n s , a n d i n v e s t m e n t s of
foreign b a l a n c e s a n d i n t e r n a t i o n a l a c c o u n t s i n t h i s c o u n t r y . Also includes c e r t a i n
G o v e r n m e n t deposit a c c o u n t s a n d G o v e r n m e n t - s p o n s o r e d agencies.
N O T E . — A h o t m e n t s from J u l y 15, 1953, t h r o u g h M a y 15, 1959, wiU b e found i n t h e
1959 A n n u a l R e p o r t , p p . 528-530. F o r succeeding fiscal y e a r s see corresponding t a b l e s
i n successive A n n u a l R e p o r t s , a n d for ciu-rent figures see t h e m o n t h l y T r e a s u r y
Bulletin.

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514 p e r c e n t Series F-1976 notes issued i n exchange for i
F e d e r a l Reserve district

Boston
N e w York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. L o u i s .
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco
Treasury

5 percent
Series E-1972
T r e a s u r y notes
maturing
A u g . 15, 1972

23^ percent
4 percent
Treasury bonds Treasury bonds
of 1967-72
of 1972 m a t u r i n g
maturing
A u g . 15, 1972
Sept. 15, 1972

6 percent
Series F-1972
T r e a s u r y notes
maturing
N o v . 15, 1972

19,807
1,238,291
39,615
84,226
18,083
27,738
117,329
45,650
22,751
43,684
29,287
25,353
2,048

9,229
432,029
20,697
40,689
18,675
25,576
75, 697
22, 029
11,320
l a 181
15,775
9,658
762

10,627
585,658
26,484
51,580
25,526
18,250
81,117
18,385
52,279
14,666
24,882
187,288
192

3,510
408,987
a 791
8,844
7,906
13,380
108,892
9,400
6,730
14,217
14,151
23, 839
117

Total ahotments
E x c h a n g e d i n c o n c u r r e n t offering.

1,713,820
627,593

699,317
375,372

1,096,894
402,761

T o t a l exchanged
N o t s u b m i t t e d for exchange

2,341,413
232,980

1,074,689
378, 578

2, 574,393

1,453, 265

...
:..

.

:..

- -.
..---

T o t a l ehgible for e x c h a n g e . .




23^ p e r c e n t
Treasury bonds
of 1987-72
maturing
D e c . 15, 1972

o
T o t a l issued

W

4,195
389,853
7,918
34, 033
21, 922
4,121
79,937
a 491
48, 505
13,192
a 182
187,041
1,038

47,368
3, 054,818
104, 505
219, 372
90,092
89,045
482, 972
101, 935
139, 585
104, 940
93, 237
432, 979
4,155

629,544
329,779

805,428
387,128

4,945, 003
2,122, 831

1, 499,855
451,051

959,323
1,325,952

1,192,554
1,353,530

7,087, 634
3,742, 089

1, 950 706

2, 285, 275

2,546,084

10,809, 723

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4 percent
23^ p e r c e n t
o percent
23^ p e r c e n t 5 K p e r c e n t S A p e r c e n t 5 ^ p e r c e n t 5 A p e r c e n t
5 percent
Series E-1972 T r e a s u r y
Treasury
Series F-1972 T r e a s u r y
Series A-1974 T r e a s u r y
Series A-1975 Series E-1975
Treasury
bonds
bonds
Treasury
bonds
Treasury
bonds
Treasury
Treasury
T o t a l issued
notes
of 1972
of 1967-72
notes
of 1987-72
notes
of 1974
notes
notes
maturing
maturing
maturing
maturing
maturing
maturing
maturing
maturing
maturing
A u g . 15,1972 A u g . 15,1972 Sept. 15,1972 N o v . 15,1972 D e c . 15, 1972 N o v , 15,1974 N o v . 15,1974 F e b . 15, 1975 F e b . 15, 1975

Federal Reserve district

Boston
New York.
Philadelphia
Cleveland—Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dahas
San Francisco
Treasury

7,599
498,574
25,322
46,734
5,221
8,802
50,322
9,627
19,877
8,949
8,177
89,847
1,227

19,911
388,269
14,685
18, 709
10,466
21,303
96,003
16,809
15,646
31,064
21,514
42,365
2,134

1,750
333,174
9,462
6,561
4,317
4,154
48,777
3,565
38,870
4,024
11,077
93, 558
25

53,079
2,863,542
119,958
151,402
59,557
105,839
444,665
117,484
108,557
142,427
99,837
282,408
10,167

2

755,878
285,328

676,858
456,958

555,314
268,293

4,558,922
7,256,882

!^

1,769,543
5,442,473

1,021,204
1,215,090

1,133,816
4,014,827

823,607
1, 221,582

11,815,804
15,635,841

X

7,212, 016

2,238, 294

5,148,443

2, 045,169

27,451,645

3,047
529,803
2,824
12,118
1,332
11,079
18, 954
10,888
4,978
11,259
2,178
4,047
40

3,001
39,692
4,168
9,978
2,849
6,038
27,889
5,988
4,173
11,986
4,527
2,627
600

648
75,189
13,396
7,352
1,344
4,542
31,452
9,398
3,111
5,477
11,238
18,142
254

2,935
98,826
7,912
5,537
7,215
11, 988
22,151
8,467
3,037
19,160
8,954
2,279
109

1,547
134,745
18,236
11,195
2,861
3,036
26,713
5,102
2,294
4,785
3,143
7,733
1,300

12,643
789,270
24,175
33,218
24,152
35,097
124,404
47,840
18,571
47,743
31,031
42,010
4,478

Total allotments
Exchanged in concurrent offering.

612,147
1,729,266

123,294
951,395

181,539
1,318,118

196,570
782,753

222,690
969,884

1,234,632
534, 911

Total exchanged- - Not submitted for exchange

-.
-

2,341,413
232,980

1,074,689
378,576

1,499,855
451,051

959,323
1,325,952

1,192,554
1,353,530

Total ehgible for exchange.-.

2,574,393

1,453,285

1,950, 706

2,285,275

2,548,084

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[In thousands of dollars]

Federal Reserve district

Boston
New York
Philadelphia-Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago-St. Louis
Minneapohs
Kansas City...
Dallas
San Francisco.
Treasury
Total allotments
Exchanged in concurrent offerirtg

6 percent
Series E-1974
note.s 2

6}4 percent
Series D-1976
notes 2

514 percent
Series F-1974
notes 2

128,480
784,966
130,782
131,614
38,478
80,428
272, 496
72,188
181,398
159,231
27,259
72,740
151

95,315
,544,956
67,737
88,677
36,203
78,485
334,423
57,596
82, 982
67,694
23,781
565,148
349

93, 798
273,671
162,311
178,908
43,623
147,213
458,209
117,398
252,859
138,939
59,084
179,653
282

2,060,189

3, 041,306

63^ percent
Series C-1973
Treasury notes
maturing
Feb. 15, 1973

2,101, 728

Total exchanged
Not submitted for exchangeTotal ehgible for exchangc1 All subscriptions were allotted in full.
2 Sold at auction.
3 Of this amount, $594,883,000 was issued to Federal Reserve banks and Government accounts in exchange for maturing Treasury notes.




63^ percent Series G-1978 notes issued in exchange
for 1—
AA percent
Series D-1973
Treasury notes
maturing
Feb. 15, 1973

Total issued

S3

6 ^ percent
Series B-1979
notes 2

QA percent
Series A-1980
notes 2

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1,831,731
17,879
66,137
29,080
30,868
160,881
50,143
16,472
68,538
17,295
118,453
16,090

60,601
2,820,225
50,213
174,031
53,528
81,802
340,127
104,334
52, 015
109,758
43,730
187,230
25,336

5,159
1,416,042
22,026
33,408
4,537
9,594
68,729
13,189
7,011
10,328
7,488
5,478
769

25,274
6,250,478
49, 720
118,823
38,273
46,422
263,108
111, 199
34,657
68,597
62,379
195,469
2,154

2,458,875

3,882,930

31,603,738

4 7,284,553

1, 424,055
1,090,176

2,458,875
1,808,979

3,882,930 .
2,899,155 .

2, 514,231

4,267,854

,782,085 .

23,291
788,494
32,334
107,894
24,448
30, 934
179,248
54,191
35,543
43,222
28,435
88,777
9,246

Ul

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4 Of this amount, $5,221,343,000 was issued to Federal Reserve banks and Government accounts in exchange for maturing Treasury notes.

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TABLE 38.—Allotments of Treasury bonds issued during fiscal year 1973, by Federal Reserve districts
[In thousands of dollars]
6H percent Treasury bonds of 1984 issued in exchange for i
Federal Reserve district

Boston
.
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas..
San Francisco
'I'reasury.,:.

....

4 percent
23^ p e r c e n t
5 A p e r c e n t Issued
23^ p e r c e n t 5M percent 3 A p e r c e n t 5M p e r c e n t
6 percent
5 percent
Series A-1975 Series E-1975
for
Series A-1974 T r e a s u r y
Series F-1972 T r e a s u r y
Treasury
Series E-1972 T r e a s u r y
b o n d s of 1974
Tresury
Treasury
cash
b o n d s of
Treasury
Treasury
b o n d s of 1972
b o n d s of
Treasury
maturing
notes
notes
1987-72
notes
notes
maturing
1987-72
notes
N o v . 15,1974 m r t u r i n g
maturing
maturing
maturing
maturing
A u g . 15, 1972 m a t u r i n g
maturing
F e b . 15, 1975 F e b . 15, 1975
Sept. 15,1972 D e c . 15, 1972 D e c . 15, 1972 N o v . 15,1974
A u g . 15,1972
70
5,613
90
97
8
45
671
3,788
1,004
727
126
3,207

1,191
229,801
1,647
1,705
583
1,596
7,315
1,485
1,265
1,091
2,272
2,024
103

247
169,375
3,218
7,869
535
5,454
19,445
4,030
160
1, 987
6,180
2,683
81

410
118,348
1,240
201
509
3,682
1,000
220
1,219
5,045
857
446
32

1,773
122, 350
3,352
10, 510
1,900
10,558
5,183
2,043
693
1,348
1,014
3,439
273

3,373
454,042
4,721
12,417
2,916
4,817
28,784
5,231
2,910
4,317
4,518
6,119
746

880
214,111
5,828
2,269
1,638
538
6,340
1,596
1,252
1,791
2,682
28, 539
88

2,378
400,610
4,220
3,542
1,160
1,995
16,631
3,068
2,328
2,534
2,178
18,078
238

Total
issued
Ul

198,098
3,037
6
211
30
44,881
423
21,116
363
250
2,075
3

1,404
3,512
2,709
2,915
1,817
6,887
5,341
6,221
591
5,581
1,154
1,675
1,285

11,526
1,913,860
30,058
41,531
11,277
35,380
135,391
28,105
32,538
24,784
21,231
64,265
2,805

40,852

i

2,352,731

Total ahotments
Exchanged in concurrent offering

15,446

252,078

221,222

133,209

164,436

534,911

265,328

456, 958

288,293

2, 325, 967

822, 611

1,278,433

826,114

1,028,118

1,234,632

755,878

678,858

555,314

2,341,413
232, 980

1, 074,689
378,576

1,499,655
451,051

959,323
1; 325, 952

1,192,554
1,353,530

1,769,543
5,442,473

1,021, 204
1,215, 090

1,133,818
4,014,627

823,807
1,221,582

1,453, 265

1, 950,706

2,285,275

2, 546, 084

7,212,016

2,238,294

5,148,443

2,045,169

>
>
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o

11,815,804
15,635,841

2, 574, 393

a

9,503,925

Total exchanged
Not submitted for exchange...

l-H

Ul

27,451,845

Total ehgible
change

for

ex-

Footnotes at end of table.




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TABLE 38.—Allotments of Treasury bonds issued during fiscal year 1973, by Federal Reserve districts—Continued

DO

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[In thousands of dohars]
6M percent
7 percent
Treasury bonds Treasury bonds
of 1993 2
of 1993-98 2

Federal Reserve district

O
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Boston..-!
NewYork
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
SanFrancisco..--.
Treasury

-----

, Total ahotments
Exchanged in concurrent offering
Total exchanged
Not submitted for exchange
Total ehgible for exchange

-

.....

-

-

-

•.
-

.::.

-^

.

...

9,481
604,640
3,560
1,793
3,482
2,363
23,183
2,394
1,161
4,226
3,324
31,793
376

627,201

:

32,193
471,917
27,422
8,387
8,743
17,427
15,203
14,293
2,329
7,889
7,260
13,811
347

3 691,758

1




^
2
Q
2
S
S
M
^
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i-3
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:
1 All subscriptions were allotted in full.
2 Sold at auction.

{^
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3 Of this amount, $40 mihion was issued to Federal Reserve banks and Government
accounts in exchange for maturing Treasury notes.

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
T A B L E 39.—Statutory debt retirements, fiscal years 1918-73

(In thousands of dohars. On basis of par amounts and of dahy Treasury statements through 1947, and on
basis of Public Debt accounts thereafter, see "Bases of Tables"]

Fiscal year

1918-35
1936.
1937.
1938.
1939.
1940.
1941.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.
1946.
1947.
1948.
1949..
1950..
1951..
1952.
1953.
1954.
1955.
1956.
1967.
1958.
1959.
1960.
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
Total

Cumulative
sinking
fund

5,349,836
403.238
103,815
65,116
48,618
128,349
37,011
75,342
3,460
-1

Bonds
Bonds
Payments
and
received Fran- from net
notes
for loans chlsetax eamings
received
from
receipts, Federal
for
Pubhc Federal
interestate
Works Reserve mediate
taxes Adminis- banks
credit
tration
banks

Repayments of
foreign
debt

.

1,579,132

.
.
.
.
.

149,809

66,278 .

142 .
210 .
120 .

8.095 .
134
1,321 .

Commodity
Credit
Corporation
capital
repayments

2,506

1,601 .
685 .
648
25,364
315
18,393

Miscellaneous
gifts,
forfeitures,
etc.

Total

116,954 7,163,514
403,240
1
103,971
14
65,466
139
12
58,246
16
129,184
16
64,260
5
94,722
4
3.463
2
2
4
4
(2)

746,636
7,498
1.815
839
551
241

.
.
.
.
.
.

1,634
178
261
394
300
285
387
231
462
139

1,028

762,627

.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.

45,509 3 209,828 i,"6ii,'636
381
7,758
48,943
3 690
51,709
1,232
861
526
387
231
763,089
139
-67

-57 .

1,000,000
4 1,000
1,000
68,000
8 58,000

1.000,000

6 73,100
U2,336

8.734,833

1. 579.605

73,100
12,336

66,278

18,246

149,809

9,825

138.209

371,205 11,068, Oil

»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 acquh*ed 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.
4 Represents Treasury notes of 1890 determined by the Secretary of the Treasury on Oct. 20,1961, pursuant to the Old Series Currency Adjustment Act approved June 30,1961 (31 U.S.C. 912-916) to have been
destroyed or Irretrievably lost and so whi never be presented for redemption.
« Represents $15,000,000 national bank notes, $1,000,000 Federal Reserve bank notes, and $15,000,000
sllver 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.
« Represents $24,000,000 U.S. notes, $1,000,000 Federal Reserve bank notes. $13,500,000 national bank
notes, and $14,500,000 shver 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); all of
which wore 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 sllver certificates, all 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 of which were determined on May 26,1966, pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 912-916, to have been destroyed or irretrievably lost.




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197 3 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 40.—Cumulative sinking fund, fiscal years 1921-73
[On basis of Public Debt accounts, see "Bases of Tables"]
PART I . - A P P R O P R I A T I O N S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S

[In millions of dollars]

Fiscal yoar

1921-46
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
.
1956
1957
1958
1959.
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973

Appropriations

.

.

---

Total
Deduct cumulative expenditures.. .
U n e x p e n d e d balance

11,73L9
587.6
603.6
6ia6
6ia7
6108
6ia8
6ia8
6108
6ia8
623.8
633.3
633.3
633.3
633.3
657.1
68a8
68a8
6808
68a8
68a8
68a8
6808
68a8
68a8
680.8
680.8
68a8

D e b t retired 2
Available
for e x p e n d i - Cost
turo during Par amount
year»
(principal)
6.626.0
6,112.6 .
6,716.0
6,68a 0
7,201.2
7,8ia 2
8.438.1
9,057.4
9,676.9 .
10,296. 7 .
10, 92a 6
10, 791. 2 .
11,424.6 .
12,057. 9 .
12,69L3 .
13,348.4
13,02a 3 .
13,7ia 1 .
14,39L0 .
16.071.8 .
16.752. 7 .
16,433. 6 .
17,114.4 .
17,795. 2 .
18,476.1 .
19.166.9 .
19.837.8 .
20,518.6 -

29,245.8 .
8,727.1 .

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, OOO 0

1, ooa 0

8,734.8

8,727.1

20.518.fi

PART IT.—TRANSACTIONS ON A C C O U N T OF T H E CUMULATIVE S I N K I N G
F I S C A L Y E A R 1973

FUND

Unexpended balance July 1, 1972
$19,837,754,659.07
Appropriation for 1973:
Initial credit:
(a) Under the Victory Liberty Loan Act ( 2 ^ 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)
7.860.606.83
(c) Under the National Industrial Recovery Act ( 2 ^ percent
of the aggregate amount of expenditures from appropriations made or authorized under this act)
80,164,079.53
Total initial credit
Secondary credit (the interest'which would have been payable during
the fiscal year for which the appropriation Is made on the bonds and
notes purchased, redeemed, or paid out of the sinking fund during
such year or in previous years)
Total available 1973
Unexpended balance June 30,19732

341.429,65L23

339,419,534.24

680,849,085.47
20,518,603,744.54
20,618,803,744,54

> Represents appropriations authorized by Congress. There are no specific funds set aside for this account
slnco any retirements of public debt charged to this account are made from cash balances to the credit of
the Treasurer of the United States.
2 Net discount on debt retired through June 30,1973, Is $7.7 mihion.
NOTE.—Comparable annual data for 1921 through 1946 are shown In the 1962 Annual Report, p .726.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
I I I . — U . S . savings bonds and notes

T A B L E 41.—Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings bonds by series,
fiscal years 1941-73 and m07ithly 1973 i 2
[In millions of dollars]
Redemptions

Amount
outstanding 3

Sales
plus
accrued
discount

Total

9,183,8
1,114,1
1,132.6
1,16a 7
1,174.5
1,194.2
1,253.7
1,331.0
1,386.5
1,458.0
1,502.1
1,541.6
1,618.6
1,73a 7
1,787,7
1,841.4
2,050 0
2,310 2
2,564.1

88,387.4
6,374.0
5,745.5
5,830 8
5,68a 4
5,501.2
5,717.4
5,752.5
5,904.5
6,114.4
6,045.1
6,191.7
6,583.9
6,469.5
6,337,5
6,290 6
7,137.9
8,24a 3
9,0701

49,102,2
4,7301
5,170 2
5,187,1
5,100 8
5,602.2
4,626.7
4,603.3
4,50a 5
4,736.3
4,987.4
5,304.6
5,448.7
5,714.7
6,198.2
a 72a 6
5,4101
5,331,2
8,552.8

45,96a 3
4,069.1
4,444.0
4,431,9
4,30a8
4,610 3
3,905.8
3,872.7
3,758.5
3,981.8
4,154.1
4,407.5
4,535.7
4,738.6
5,111.2
5,484.0
4,334.0
4,30a2
4,490 4

3,132.9
680 9
732. 2
755.3
797.0
885.9
72a 8
730. 6
742.0
754.5
833.3
897.1
912.9
9701
1,080 0
1, 230 6
1,082.2
1.031.0
1.091.1

Total through
J u n e 30, 1973- - . . 168,048.5 37,341.4

203,389.9

144,945, 7

124,915.9

ia058.4

715.1
765.9
67a 0
677.8
737.0
672.8
195.8
795.3
8ia4
785.7
858.2
787.1

44a 1
486.3
438.3
402.3
415.4
38a 5
535.4
471.7
508.6
481.2
501.5
501.6

383.2
395.0
358.4
327.4
337.7
315.8
410 9
37a 3
407.1
388.1
401.0
402.4

85.8
91.3
80 0
74.9
77,7
73.7
118.5
92.4
101,5
95,1
101,0
9a 2

Fiscal year or
month

Accrued
discount

Sales

Original
p u r c h a s e Accrued Interestprice
discount bearing

Matured
noninterestbearing

Series E a n d H
1941-55
1956
1957
1958
1959
I960
1981
1962
1963
1984
1965
1968
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973

79,203,6
5,25a 9
4,813.0
4,67ai
4,500 0
4,307.0
4,463.7
4,421.5
4,518.0
4,656.4
4,543.0
4,8501
4,965.4
4,738.9
4,54a 7
4,449.2
6,081.9
5,93a0
6,512.0

---

--.

---

----

1972—July
August
September
October
November
December
1973—January
February
March..
April...
May
June....

-.

492,7
681,9
471.7
467.3
545.0
45a 1
56a 9
591.7
598.6
561.5
854.9
555.8

222.5
194,0
207.3
2ia6
192.1
222.7
234.9
203.6
217.8
224.2
203.3
231.2

31,090 5
5803
268.4
(*)
(*)
(*)
--.
(*)

830 9
9a8
83.4
65.2
53.6
4O0
32.1
27.4
21.8
17.7
14.9
12.1
7.8
3.9
1.2

39,285.1
40,92a 1
41,498. 5
42,142.2
42,715.8
42,714.8
43,805.6
44,954. 8
46,358.8
47,736.9
48,794.5
4 a 881. 8
50,810 9
51,571.7
51,710 9
51, 281,0
53,002.8
55,921.4
59,418.2

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

59,418.2 .
58,187,8
r'6,457,3
56,898.1
56,973,8
57,295.5
57,578.9
57,83a 3
58.183,1
58,471,0
58, 775. 7
59,132,6
59,418,2

.
.
.
.
,
.
,
,
,
,

Series F , G, J, a n d K
1941-551958
1957
1958
1959
1980.1961
1982
1963
1984
1965
1966
1967
1988
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973---

.
-----

----

--

-----

-..

Total through
J u n e 30, 1973---1972—July
AugustSeptember
October.
November
December
1973—January
February
March-April
May
June...

31,951.2
--

-

--

.-

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




31,933.3
12,634.4
680 0
3,104.8
351.8
3,773.5
65.2
3,35a 5
53.6
2,137.2
4O0
3,04a3
32.1
1,188.0
27.4
l,10a9
21.6
77a 7
17.7
4203
14.9
357.5
12.1
418.3
7.8
472.3
3.9
280 0
1.2
1400
--27,0
8.2
6.2
4.7

1,323.2 33,274.4
---

12,298.8
2,94a6
3,605.0
3,234.6
2,083.4
2,921.2
1,128.8
l,05a0
721.7
39a8
333.1
383.7
434.2
23a 1
124.3
23.7
7.1
5.4
4.0

33,244.8

31,927.6

.3
.6
.3
.3
,3
.4
.4
.3
.1
.7
.5
.3

.3
.5
.3
.3
.3
.4
.3
.3
.1
.6
.4
.3

335.6 19,080 3
164.2 16,567.6
168.5 13,123,5
115.9
a 842.2
73,8 7,786.7
128.1 4,829.0
59.1 3,708.4
50 9 2, 651,9
49.0
1,954.9
26, 6 1, 582. 6
24.4
1,248,1
34.5
855,7
38.1
396.6
26.8
140.0
15,7
3.3
1.1
.8
.6
1,317.0

2a7

.TT
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)

---.—

34.0
--

.1
.1
(*)
(*)
(*)

218.4
312.8
334,7
331.0
302, 8
257,3
221, 6
195.8
143,7
127.4
99.3
85,5
8a 2
74.7
75.8
48.7
4a6
34.3
29,7

. 1 -.1

----

33.4
33.0
32.7
32.4
32.0
31.6
3L3
31.2
3a5
3ao
2a7

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19 73 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E

TREASURY

T A B L E 41.—Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings bonds by series,
fiscal years 1941-73 and monthly 1973 ^ ^—Continued
Redemptions
Fiscal year or
month

Sales

Accrued
discount

Sales
plus
accrued
discount

Total

Original
purchase
price

Ex- changes
Accrued
of E
disb o n d s for
count
H bonds

Amount
outstanding
(interestbearing)

Series E
1941-55
1956
1957
1958
1959—•
1980
1961
1962
1963
1964
1985
1966
1967-.
1988-.
1969-.
1970-.
1971..
1972..
1973..

---:-

77,018.7
4,2103
3,9102
3,888.6
3,888.0
3,603.2
3,6802
3,674.3
3,914.0
4,135.6
4,112.3
4,245.7
4, 598. 5
4, 485. J
4,343.2
4,288.8
4,870 2
5,650 2
6,190 4

183.8
114.1
132.6
160 7
174.5
194.2
253.7
33L0
380 5
458.0
502.1
541.6
618.6
730 7
787.7
841.4
05O0
310 2
564.1

86, 202. 5
5,333. 4
5, 051. 8
5, 049. 3
4, 862. 5
4, 797. 4
4, 942. 9
5, 005. 3
5,300 4
5, 593. 6
5, 614. 4
5, 787. 3
6, 217. 3
6,190 4
6,130 9
6,130 3
6, 920 3
7, 960 5
8, 754. 6

49, 016.1
4, 622. 0
4, 980. 6
4, 951. 0
4, 889. 4
5,180 6
4, 393. 8
4,343. 3
4, 202. 9
4, 383.1
4, 538. 4
4, 800. 6
4, 895. 3
5,154.1
5, 547. 8
5, 958. 9
4, 959. 5
4, 972.1
5, 209.1

Total through
J u n e 30, 1973. - . . 154,515. 5 37,341. 4 191,857. 0 136, 978.4
1972—July
-August
SeptemberOctober
NovemberDecember- .
1973—January...
February-March
April
May
-June

461.5
533,7
451.9
444.5
521.1
428.1
520 6
558.0
560 0
534.7
627.6
530 7

222. 5
194.0
207.3
210 6
192.1
222.7
234.9
203.6
217.8
224.2
203.3
231.2

201.3
188.3
218.6
191.3
208.3
188.1
212.5
210 1
195. 6
183.7
200 5
231.4
292.2
337.5

37,186. 4
37,897. 8
37,969. 0
38,067. 2
38, 040. 3
37,455. 7
37, 810 6
38, 260,1
39,160 2
40,190, 4
41,078. 4
41, 852, 6
42,958. 6
43, 805. 4
44, 207.9
44,168. 7
45, 902.1
48,598. 3
51,800 2

19, 058. 4

3, 072.3

51, 806. 2

858.1
91.3
79. 9
74.9
77.7
73.7
118.5
92.4
101.5
32.7
101.0
90 2

45,883. 2
3, 961. 0
4,.248. 5
4,195. 8
4, 092. 4
4, 294. 7
3, 872. 9
3, 612. 6
3, 461. 0
3, 608. 6
3, 705. 0
3, 903. 6
3, 982. 4
4,178. 0
4, 461 8
4, 722. 3
3, 877. 3
3, 941.1
4,118.1

27.4
30 3
201
25.6
27.2
22.0
20 0
30 0
32.8
30 1
20 5
27.2

48, 836. 2
49, 079.1
49,302.6
49, 557. 3
49, 856. 4
50,120 5
5 0 351. 6
50, 643.1
50, 925.1
51, 205. 3
51, 530 3
51,800 2

201.3
188.3
218.6
191.3
20O3
188.1
212.5
210 1
195.6
183.7
20a 5
23L4
292.2
337.5

2, 098. 7
3, 031. 2
3, 529. 5
4, 075. 0
4, 675. 5
5, 259.1
5, 989. 0
6, 694. 7
7,192. 5
7,546. 4
7, 710 1
82a 0
7,858. 2
7, 786. 3
7, 506.1
7,114. 2
7, IOO 6
7,323. 2
7,612, 0

3,132.9 .
660 9 .
732.2 .
755. 3 .
797. 0 .
885.9
720 8
730 8
742.0
754.5
833.3
897.1
912. 9
970 1
1 080 0
i; 230 6
1, 082. 2
1, 031. 0
1, 091.1

117,920 :

683.9
727.8
650 2
655.1
713.2
650 7
764.5
761.7
786. 9
785. 9
831.0
761. 9

418.6
454.5
410 0
374.5
380 8
384.7
504.4
440 2
472.1
448.5
467.5
467.8

', 184. 9
, 040. 6
693.8
781.6
818. 0 •
703. 9
774.5
747.2
604.1
520 8
430 7
404.4
360 6
273.1
20O5
160 4
211.7
288.8
3^1.6

,80 1
108.1
195. 5
230 1
217.4
321.6
232. 9
260 1
297. 5
373.3
449. 0
504.0
553,4
560 6
650 4
76L8
450 6
359,1
37L8

80 1
108.1
195.5
230 1
217.4
321.6
232.9
260 1
297.5
373.3
449. 0
504.0
553.4
560 6
650 4
781.8
456. 6
3501
371.8

11 533 0

6, 995. 4

6 995. 4

3,072.3

7, 612. 0

31.2
28.3
10 7
22.8
23.8
22.0
31.3
33.7
20 5
20 9
27.2
25.1

30 5
31.9
28.7
27.8
28.8
24.8
31.0
3L5
30 6
32.7
34.0
33.8

30 5
3L9
28.7
27.8
28.6
24.8
3L0
3L5
36.6
32.7
34.0
33.8

27.4
30 3
20 1
25.9
27.2
22.0
2a 0
20 9
32.8
30 1
2a 5
27.2

7,351. 4
7,378. 3
7,395. 5
7, 410 5
7,439.1
7, 458. 4
7, 487. 7
7, 520 0
7,545. 9
7,570 4
7, 593. 3
7, 612. 0

332.8
363.1
329. 7
299. 6
3oai
291.0
385. 9
347.7
370 6
353.4
360 5
368.6

Series I I
1952-55..
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1968
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
Total through
J u n e 30, 1973...

2,184. 9 .
1,04O 6
693.8 ,
78L6 ,
818. 0
703.9
774.5 .
747. 2 .
604.1 .
520 8 ,
430 7 .
404.4 ,
360 6
273.1
20O5 .
160 4
211.7
321.6
11 533.0

1972—July
August
September
October
November
December
1973-- J a n u a r y
February
March
April
May
June
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of table.




31.2
28.3
ia.7
22.8
23.8
22.0
3L3
33.7
20 5
20 9
27.2
25.1

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

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

STATISTICAL

213

APPENDIX

T A B L E 41.—Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings bonds by series,
fiscal years 1941-73 and monthly 1973 i 2—Continued
Redemptions
Fiscal year or m o n t h

Sales

Accrued
discount

Sales
plus
accrued
discount

Total

Original
purchase
price

Amount
outstanding 3
Accrued Interestdiscount bearing

Matured
noninterestbearing

Series F
1941-55
1956
1957..1958
1959
1980
1981
1962
1983
1964---1985
1966
1967
1968
1969-1970
1971
1972
1973

4,957.6 ,
(*)
(*)
(*)
(•)
(*)
-

820 9
87.7
67.5
47.1
35.7
27.8
15.4
106
5.0
1.4
(*)

5,784.5
87.7
67.5
47.1
35.7
27.8
15.4
108
5.0
1.4
(*)
-

-

:

T'otal t h r o u g h
J u n e 30, 1973-.. -

4, 957. 7

1,125.1

6, 082. 8

2,800 0
885.3
700 3
487.9
285.2
483.5
212.3
177.9
167.4
67.3
8.8
3.4
2.7
2.1
1.3
1.4
.7
.8
.7

2,484.8
502.3
544.8
377.6
215.3
370 3
157.9
132.5
124.3
40 9
04
2.6
2.0
1.5
1.0
1.0
.5
.6
.5

6, 077. 7

335.1 2,876.9
163.0 2,240 9
184.6
1,598.3
liaO
1,16a 1
6a 9
943.9
113.1
508.2
54.4
33L 2
45.4
182.9
43.1
57.8
17.5
. 2.2
.9
.7
.5
.3---.4--.2
.2
.2
-

4, 955. 8

107,6
157.1
160 8
155.3
131.0
111.1
91.2
72.1
34.9
20 8
18.1
14.7
12.0
IOO
8.7
7.3
06
5.8
5,1

1,122. 0 .

5,1

Series G
1941-135
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1981
1962
1963
1964
1965
1968
1967
1968
19891970
1971
197*?
1973-

-

23,437.9 -

23,437. 9

9,743. 5
2, 300. 5
2, 7 i a 5
2, 506. 5
1, 888. 8
2, 055. \)
843. 9
805.4
490 6
190 8
31.5
IOO
10 4
0 9
01
4.8
3.2
2.8
2.0

9,743.5
2,300.5
2,710 5
2,500 5
1, 668. 6
2,055.9
843.9
805.4
496. 6
190 8
3L5
IOO
10 4
0 9
01
4.8
3.2
2,6
2.0

1 'otal t h r o u g h
J u n e 30, 1973... -

23,437.9 .

23,437. 9

23, 420. 7

23,420 7 .

:;:;:;;

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

111.1
155.4
168.0
175.7
171.8
140 2
130.5
123.7
108.8
100.7
60 2
53.2
42.8
35,9
2a 9
25,1
21,8
ia2
17,1

13,583.3
11,238.5
8, 508. 3
5, 992.1
4,327.4
2, 297. 2
1,469. 0
670 4
188.7

17.1

Series J
1952-,55
1956.
1957
1958
1959
1960
1981
1962
1963
1964
1965.
1966196719881969
1970
1971 19721973-

a:'otal

through
J u n e 3 a 1973...

896. 8
183. 2
92.4

- (*)
- (*)
............

972. 4

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




IOO
11.9
15.9
18.1
17.8
18.2
10 7
10 8
10 6
10 3
14.9
12.1
7.8
3.9
1.0

70O8
195.2
108.3
18.1
17.8
18.2
10 7
10 8
10 6
10 3
14.9
12.1
7.8
3.9
LO

33.7
50 6
IOO 5
08.4
51.2
144.2
3a 1
37.2
33.2
40 2
87.6
124.4
130 0
95.0
55.4
0 7
3.2
2.2
L6

198.1

1.170 5

1,164. 7

33.2
58.4
102.5
92.8
47.3
12a 2
34.4
31.7
27.4
37.1
65.4
90 8
98.6
68.7
40 1
7.0
2.3
L6
1.1
960 6

.5
L3
3.9
5.0
3.9
15.0
4.8
5.5
5.9
ai
22. 2
33.6
37.4
20 3
15.4
2.7
.9
.6
.5
195.1

873.1
808.8
810.4
730 2
696. 9
570.8
548.4
527,9
511,3
481,4
403.8
287,5
154,1
5a 8

--..
.
-4.8
8.8
14.0
17.1
22.5
12.8
a 6
7.4
5.8
5.8

214

1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 41.—Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings bonds by
fiscal years 1941-73 and monthly 1973 i 2—Continued
Redemptions
Fiscal year 01 m o n t h

Sales

Accrued
discount

Sales
plus
accrued
discount

Total

Original
p u r c h a s e Accrued
discount
price

Amount
outstanding 3
Interest
bearing

Mati ired
n o ninter estbear ing

Series K
1952-55
1956
1957.
1958.
1959
1980
1961
1962
1983
1984
1985
1966
1967
1968..1989
1970
1971
1972
1973

2,004, 2
403.1
176.0

(*)
(*)

2,004,2
403,1
170 0

----.

- ----

T o t a l thrc u g h
J u n e 30, 1973----

2,583.3

2,583.3

57,2
7a 5
238.2
257.7
132, 2
365.8
92.7
8a 4
73.5
1100
22a 8
274.4
323,2
162,0
77,2
11,1
1.0
.6
.3
2,581.7

57,2
7a 5
238.2
257.7
132,2
365.8
92.7
8a 4
73.5
1100
22a 8
274.4
323.2
162,0
77,2
11.1
1.0
.6
.3
2,581.7 .

1,947.0
2,27a 6
2,208. 5
1,95a 7
1,818.8
1,452,8
l,36ai
1,270 7
1,197.2
1,08L3
844,3
588.2
242.5
801

7 ?
8.8
11.4
11 7
14,7
3,6
2,6
1.9
1 7
17

*Less than $50,000.
1 Sales and redemption figures include exchanges of minor amounts of matured 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 for Series H bonds beginning January 1972; they exclude exchanges of Series E bonds
for Series H bonds. Redemption figures for fiscal 1953-54 and fiscal years 1960-83 also include the maturing
Series F and G savings bonds exchanged for marketable Treasury securities during special exchange offerings. The amounts involved were $416.8 million in 1953, $0.7 mihion in 1954, $745.4 million in 1980, $147.3
milhon in 1981, $320.1 mihion in 1082, and $75.1 million in 1963.
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, II, and K bonds are included at face value throughout.
3 Matured F, G, J, and K bonds outstanding are included in the interest-bearing debt until all bonds of
the annual series have matured, and arc then transferred to matured debt on which interest has ceased.
NOTE.—Series E and II are the only savings bonds now being sold. Series A-D, sold from Mar. 1, 1935,
through Apr, 30, 1941, have all matured and are no longer reflected in these tables. Series F and G were
sold from May 1, 1941, through Apr, 30, 1952. Series J and K were sold from May 1, 1952, through Apr. 30,
1957, Sales figures for Series F, G, J, and K after fiscal 1957, represent adjustments. Details by months for
Series E, F, and G bonds from May 1941 will be found on p. 608 of the 1943 Annual Report, and in corresponding tables in subsequent reports through 1972, Monthly detail for Series II. J, and K bonds will be
found in tho 1952 Annual Report, pp. 829 and 630, and in corresponding tables in subsequent reports through
1972. Monthly detail for Series F , G, J, and K is discontinued.




TABLE 42.—Sales and redemptions of Series E and H savings bonds by denominations, fiscal years 1941-73 and monthly 1973 ^
[In thousands of pieces. Estimated on basis of daily Treasury statements and reports from Bureau of the Pubhc Debt]
Total, aU
denominations 2

Fiscal year or month

$25

3 $75

$50

$100

4 $200

$500

$1,000

$5,000

5 8 $10,000

Sales 7
1941-55-.1956....
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963....
1964
1965
1986
1967
1968....
1969
1970
1971
-1972..
1973
1972—July
August
September
October
November
D ecember
1973—January
February
March
April
May
June

-

-

.--

-:

.--

-

-

1 698 608
90,053
90,160
89,431
85,882
85,607
86,495
86,479
89,827
96,609
99,580
103,500
114,433
117,279
118,184
117,026
121,544
127,671
134,552
10,307
11,480
10,322
10,440
11,814
9,906
11,555
10, 680
12,167
11, 290
12,796
11,813

1,155,275
56,719
56,327
54,908
52,895
52,972
53,453
53,010
54,629
59,230
60,928
63,430
71,506
75,925
78,508
78,043
76,103
78 616
78,859
6,212
6,833
a 108
6,294
6,948
5,876
6,992
6,075
7,003
0 615
7,321
a 783

287,788
18,784
20,256
21,043
20,108
20,220
20,434
20,901
21,903
23,442
23,947
24,704
26,478
25,823
25,106
24,675
28,034
30,131
32,265
2,388
2,812
2,475
2,463
2,854
2,403
2,641
2,575
2,977
2.658
3,104
2,917

. 1,229,060
1, 229,060
89,953
93,175
93,452
88,647
90,748
85,077
83,804

892,320
60,014
60,612
59,880
56,036
56,796
54,280
52,958

182,015
16,503
18,185
19,467
18,598
19,507
18,654
18,746

--.
--.
-...
...
...
.
135
1,141
1,489
1,749
1,860
1,822
1,882
1,989
2,304
2,518
184
218
190
199
221
184
207
201
228
207
246
237

189,789
10,090
9,969
9,824
9,477
9,208
9,273
9,288
9,623
10,324
10,409
10,714
11,411
10,769
10,192
10,072
12,073
14,177
15,882
1,148
1,359
1,206
1,164
1,393
1,132
1,284
1,311
1,488
1,349
1,583
1,446

8,798
929
851
893
798
774
789
813
928
1,008
982 .
1,010
1,068
987
889
878
1,159
1,443
1,851
117
138
122
114
141
112
133
143
156
148
175
152

26,230
1,608
1,320
1,304
1,212
1,185
1,201
1,188
1,233
1,220
1,087
1,101
1,131
987
871
888
1,122
1,502
1,688
129
148
115
107
133
104
139
173
156
158
184
145

27,519
1,854
1,396
1,413
1,340
1,230
1,299
1,237
1,270
1,214
1,033
1,042
1,064
906
796
798
1,050
1,476
1,684
130
151
105
98
122
94
156
199
158
158
181
133

108
48
29
33
35
27
31
30
25
22
18
17
15
11
8
7
12
18
20
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1

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
1,587
1,139
1,120

4
5
9
11
9
15
10
10

48
21
12
14
18
11
15
16
18
16
14
13
14
12
11
6
3
4
5

(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
1
(*)
1
(*)
(*)
(*)

>
H
^]
H

o
>
r"
>

X

Redemptioris ^
1941-55.
1956
1957..-1958
1959
1960
1961
1962........

-

-

:

Footnotes at end of table.



-

...
.
...
..
...
.
...
.-

109,032
9,925
10,590
10,433
10,394
10,634
9,197
9,150

3,061
537
833
839
875
725
616
853

2
3
6
6
5
8
4
5

to
Jn

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TABLE 42.—Sales and redemptions of Series E and H savings bonds by denominations, fiscal years 1941-73 and monthly 1973^—Con.
[In thousands of pieces]

Total, all
denominations 2

Fiscal year or month

$25

$50

^

8 $75

^^^^^^

$100

4 $200

$1,000

$500

$5,000

"$10,000

Redemptions 7—Continued
1963
1964
1985
1
1986
1967
.
1988
1989
1970
1971
1972
1973
1972—July
.
August
--September
October
November
December
1973—January
February..
March
April
May
.
June

.
-".

83,469
87,242
90,012
94,720
98,349
105,057
114,396
118,696
102,145
103,651
106,085
8,892
9,548
8,714
7,819
8,233
7,870
9,355
8,833
a 451
8,880
a 300
9,388

--

---

.....

.

..
....

19,022
20,034
20,744
21,948
22,627
23,604
25,308
25,789
22,659
23,921
25,089
2,014
2,225
2,039
1,821
1,892
1,810
2,334
_ 2,172
2,256
2,121
2,197
2,206

53,018
55,284
56,736
59,235
81,960
66,953
73,560
76,448
66,127
85,832
65,880
5,474
6,015
5,481
4,904
5,226
5,016
5,812
5,383
5,819
5,112
5,747
5,791

*Less than 500 pieces.
» Sales of Series H began on June 1, 1952; the denominations authorized were: $500.
$1,000, $5,000, and $10,000.
2 Totals Include $10 denomination Series E bonds sold to Armed Forces only from
June 1944-March 1950. Details by years will be found in the 1952 Annual Report, pp.
831, 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 1973 follow:

()
*

245

585,

837
1,032
1,205
1,303
1,327
1,577
1,784

138
151
135
124
130
124
156
- 178

166
163
160
159

8,715
9,080
9,322
9,822
9,839
10,276
10,955
11,410
9,313
9,889
10, 515

843
918
845
769
781
737
978
868
949
935
940
953

601
848
694
758
760
808
864
933
740
778
855
67
73
86
60
64
58
83
71
79
78
78
80

1,005
1,051
1,070
1,113
1,084
1,107
1,165
1,297

1,028
1,088
1,122
1,182
1,169
1,208
1,266
1,438

943
899
955
77
82
73
69
70
81
92
79
89
85
87
89

988
917
948
77
80
73
88
67
60
96
79
89
85
88
87

12
15
19
22
24
24
28
33
18
14
16

5
7
9
10
12
13
14
18
10

O
y ^

o

H
Ul

o

O

3 Sales of $76 denomination Series E bonds began in May 1964.
4 Sales of $200 denomination Series E bonds began in October 1945.
« 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 1954. and personal trust accounts begirming January 1955.
7 See table 41, footnote 1.

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Fiscal year


1973


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b

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1

1

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1

1

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2

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1

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217

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 43.—Sales and redemptions of U.S. savings notes, fiscal years 1967-73
[In milhons of dohars]
Redemptions ^
Fiscal year or month

1967
1988
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
Total through June 30,
1973

Sales

.

1.6 .
200.8
326.2
322.7
ia6

. (*)
- (*)
861.7

Accrued
discount

Sales plus accrued
Total
discount

.3
n,4
24,6
33.4
28.3
2a 0

1,5
20L1
337.5
347,3
43,9
28,3
2a 0

127.0

988.7

(*)

.1
35.2
lia 6
160 9
85.2
7a 8

Sales
price

(*)

.1
33.7
104.9
157.1
76.9
5a 6

432.4

Accrued
discount

-

Amount
outstanding
(Interestbearing)

5.7
a 8
8.3
n.2

1.5
202.6
504.9
74L6
618.6
56L1
5ia3

30 4

5ia3

(*) L4

*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. Sales figures after fiscal 1970
represent adjustments.




218

1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 44.—Sales of Series E and H savings bonds by State, fiscal years 1972, 1973
and cumulative ^
[In thousands of dollars, at issue price. On basis of reports received by the Department of the Treasury
with totals adjusted to basis of daily Treasury statements]
States

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
Cahfornia
Colorado
Connecticut..L
Delaware
District of Columbia
-..
Florida
Georgia
Hawah
Idaho
llhnois
.
Indiana
Iowa.
Kansas
- -.
Kentucky
Louisiana
..
Maine
-Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
.-..
Minnesota
Mississippi
..-Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
•.
Nevada
New Hampshire
NewJersey
New Mexico
New York
-----.
North Carohna
North D a k o t a . . .
Ohio
--Oklahoma
Oregon
-Pennsylvania
-Rhode Island
South Carohna
--South Dakota
-Tennessee
-. Texas
Utah
Vermont
--Virginia
-..
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
.
Canal Zone
Puerto Rico
----Virgin Islands
Undistributed and adjustment to daily Treasury statement..
Total

Fiscal year
1972 2

Fiscal year
1973
84,299
6,815
41, 813
29,983
411, 580
53,063
111,672
27,188
91,994
142, 508
85,497
21, 520
10, 579
446, 250
179, 037
97, 976
67,134
71,892
58, 661
20, 099
138, 625
192, 799
452, 513
93,880
27,092
176,152
17,409
59,184
11,145
16,929
291, 725
22,105
747,441
91, 448
17, 088
401,367
64, 621
49,490
633,916
29,383
35,337
23, 608
79,153
223, 627
28,808
7,003
134,464
78,418
62,321
122, 572
7,981
3,188
4,780

M a y 1941June 1973

511

597

-1-66,442

-f 126, 759

1,710,135
3104,117
731,274
931,451
11,761,935
1,301,174
2, 876,499
631,304
1,996.162
2, 582,981
1,987,973
616,377
375,303
12,993,403
4, 741,310
4,170,195
2,495,965
1,897,710
1, 615,104
628, 894
2, 515, 787
4,766,231
9,727,911
2,924,862
885, 560
4,790,061
733, 891
2,459, 628
228. 711
396, 735
6, 678, 629
474, 833
18,902, 528
1,987,412
727,283
10, 586, 862
2,041,886
1,480,987
14, 537.320
740,309
1, 001, 837
899, 729
1,808,362
5, 945,936
724,803
213,540
3,037,253
2, 567,427
1, 693, 713
3, 597, 290
292, 884
103,172
104, 736
7,592
4 -f 737,203

5,939,037

6, 511,986

188,048,437

59, 699
5,728
37, 584
27,986
384, 967
48,331
103, 687
24, 638
92, 743
127,859
81,426
20. 225
9,623
389, 240
162,421
88, 870
61, 762
65, 605
53, 605
19,932
122, 211
184,803
455,433
83,421
25,021
158, 909
14, 997
55, 487
9,969
14, 696
267, 515
20,162
674,949
80. 724
14, 792
355, 757
60,854
43, 690
590, 810
28,450
33,797
20,488
70,146
205, 939
27,863
7,371
127,484
71,396
57,195
109,819
7,046
3, 294
4, 205

1 Figures include exchanges of minor amounts of Series F and J bonds exchanged into Series H bonds
from January 1960 through October 1964 and Series J for H through October 1969; however, they exclude
Series E bonds exchanged for Series H, which are reported in table 41.
2 Figures for fiscal year 1972 were revised to conform to current Savings Bonds geographic sales reports.
3 Excludes data for period April 1947 through December 1958, when reports were not available. In the
Annual Reports for 1952-58 data for period May 1941 through March 1947 .were included with "Other
Possessions."
4 Includes a small amount for other possessions.
NOTE.—Sales by States of the various series of savings bonds were published in the Annual Report
for 1943, pp. 614-821, and in the subsequent reports; and by months at intervals in the Treasury Bulletin,
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

219

TABLE 45.—Savings bonds outstanding, by series and denomination, as of June 30,
1973
[In thousands of pieces!
Denomination
Series '

Total $10

E
H
A
B

c

D
F
G
J
K

$25

$50

$75

$100

$200

$500

$1,000

$5,000

. 577,775 477 308,829 135, 747 7,135 89,765 10, 298 12,818 12,674 .
.
6,944 .
2,783 3,748 " ' 3 3 4 '
'"(*)"'
—(V)'":
(*) 1 .
(*)
(*)
1
(*) 1
2 .
(*)
1
(*) 1
2
4
(*)
4
2
6
21
8
1
2 '- - ( V ) - - 6
!
20
11
1
9
18
33
8
(*)
2
0
19
1
(*)
1
1
2
(*)

-.

$10,000 $100,000
34
79 ,

(*)

--

T o t a l - - 584,821 477 308,859

135,752

7,135

89,806

•Less than 500 pieces.
' Currently only bonds of Series E and H are on sale.


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10, 298 15,809

16,438

334

113

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19 73 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
IV,—Interest

TABLE 46.—Amount of interest-hearing public debt outstanding, the computed annual
interest charge, and the computed rate of interest, June SO, 1939-73, and at the end
of each month during 1973
[On basis of dally Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables"]
End of fiscal year or month

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
1967-1968
1969
See footnotes a t end of table.




Interest-bearing
debt'

$3a 885,989,732.00
42,376,495,928.00
48,387,39a 53a 00
71.968,418.098.00
135,380,305,795.00
199.543.355,301.00
256,356.615,818.00
268.110.872.218.00
255,113,412.03a 00
260,063.348,37a 00
250,761,636,723.00
255,209,353.372.00
262,851,765,497.00
256,862,861,128.00
263,946,017,74a 00
268,909,766.654.00
271,741,267,507.00
269,883,068,041.00
268,485.562,677.00
274.697.560. ooa 00
281.833.362.42a 00
283.241,182.755.00
285,671,608,6ia 00
294.442, ooa 79a 00
301,953,730.701.00
307,356,561,535.00
313,112,816,994.00
315,431,054,9ia 00
322,285,952.387.89
344,400,607.282.32
351,729.445,327.01

Computed
annual Interest
charge 2
$1,036,937,397.00
1,094.619,914.00
1,218.238,845.00
1,644,476,36a 00
2,678,779,036.00
3.849.254.656.00
4,963,730.414.00
5,350,772,231.00
5,374,409.074.00
5.455.475,791.00
5,605.92a 714.00
5.612.676.516.00
5,73a 616,99a 00
5,981.357,116.00
6,430,991,316.00
6,298,069,29a 00
a 387.225,60a 00
6,949,699.625.00
7,325,146.596.00
7.245.154.946.00
8.065.917,424.00
a 316,066,872.00
8.761.495.974.00
9,518,857,333.00
10, l i a 294,547.00
10.900.36a 741.00
11.466,618,472.00
12,616.397,677.00
12,952.924,175.84
16.403,812.018.91
17,086.631,003.48

Computed
rate of
Interest 2
Percent
2.600
2.583
2.518
2.285
1.979
1.929
1.936
1.996
2.107
2.182
2.236
2.200
2,270
2.329
2.438
2.342
2.351
2.676
2.730
2.638
2.867
3.297
3.072
3.239
3.360
3.560
3.678
3.988
4.039
4.499
4.891

221

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 46.—Amount of interest-bearing public debt outstanding, the computed annual
interest charge, and the computed rate of interest, June SO, 1989-73, and at the end
of each month during 1973—Continued
End of fiscal year or month

1970
1971-,
1972
1973
1972—July
August
September
October
November
December
1973—January
February
March
April
May
June

-

.•

-.-

Interest-bearing
debti

Computed
annual interest
charge 2

$36a025,522,033.47 $20,338,884,03a 66
396,289,177,045.23 20,263.669,628,67
426,369,898,226.7J 21,646,461,843.18
458,353,394,343.78 26,590,841,03L 32
430,577,157,043.36 21,935,114,734.84
433,572,080,621,09 22,427,159,970 97
432,127,489,308.79 22,565,411,74a 97
438,135,740,40a 97 23,119,952,100 45
442,419,952,698.47 23,581,494,024.83
447,298,077,714,45 24,005,963,95a 59
448,191,111,570 89 24,297,772,983.06
452,927,623,131,48 24,883,622,68a 75
456,787,073,285,81 25,425,068,271.26
455,213,939,848,70 25,888,307,451,91
455,430,782,701.45 28,066,825,44a 95
456,353,394,343,78 28,590,841,031,32

Computed
rate of
interest 2
Percent
5.557
6.141
6,093
5,872
5.122
5,202
5.252
5,309
5,359
5,402
5.458
5.532
5.608
5.685
5.788
5,872

»Includes face amount of securities, except that current redemption value Is used for savings bonds of
Series C-F and J, U.S. savings notes, and retirement plan bonds. The face value of matured savings bonds
and savings notes outstanding is included until ah of the annual series have matured, when the
entire ariiount 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 figures
are pubhshed in theTreasury Bulletin. Comparable monthly data 1929-36 appear in 1936 Annual Report,
p. 442, and from 1937 In later reports. Annual Interest charge monthly 1916-29 appears in 1929 Annual RepQrt,
p. 509.
NOTE.—The computed annual interest charge represents the amount of interest that would be paid if
each Interest-bearing Issue outstanding at the end of the month or year should remain outstanding for a year
at the apphcable 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. 31,1958, 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 tho coupon
rates of the securities. That rate did not materiahy differ from the rate on the basis of effective yield. The
"effective yield" method of computing the average interest rate on the pubhc debt more accurately reflects
theinterest cost to the Treasury, and is beheved to be in accord with tne intent of Cohgress where legislation has required the use of the rate of effective yield for various purposes.




bO

TABLE 47.—Computed annual interest rate and computed annual iriterest charge on the public debt by classes, June SO, 1950-73
[Dollar a m o u n t s In millions. 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 " ]
N o n m a r k e t a b l e issues

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
pubhc
debt

Total 1

Bills'

Certificates

Notes

Treasury
bonds

Total

Savings
bonds 3

Tax and
savings
notes'

Other

Special
issues
hd
O
S3

C o m p u t e d a n n u a l interest r a t e
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1966
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965.-....--^.....:.:
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
-1972
1973
:
1972-July
August
September
October
November
December
1973—January
February
March
Aprh
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
3,580
3.678
3.988
4.039
4.499
4.891
5.557
5.141
5.093
5.872
5.122
5.202
5.252
5.309
5.359
5,402
5.458
5.532
5.606
5.685
5.768
5.872

L958
L981
2,051
2.207
2.043
2.079
2.427
2.707
2.546
2.891
3.449
3.063
3,285
3.425
3,659
3.800
4.134
4.166
4.757
6.232
5.986
5.210
6.099
0129
5.131
5.254
5.314
5.383
5.461
5.520
5.593
5.696
5.794
5.907
O024
0 129

1.187
1.163
1. 569
1.875
1.711
1.875
2.254
2.319
.843
1.928
1. 539
1.173
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
4.360
6.250
5.711
6.508
7.340
4,618
4.188
0591
:.-4.279
4.418 -_-4,586
4.748
4.958
.
5.079
5.285
5.473
5.728
O021
O302
6.591

L344
1.399
L560
1.754
L838
L846
2.075
2.604
2.806
3.304
4.058
3.704
3.680
3.921
3.854
3.842
4.321
4.764
5,294
5.668
6.420
6.519
6.312
6.412
O 312
0 334
0 343
0 336
0 337
0 328
6. 328
8.387
0 387
0 388
0 412
6.412

2.322
2.327
2.317
2.342
2,440
2,480
2.485
2.482
2.576
2.619
2.639
2,829
3.122
3,344
3.471
3.642
3.655
3.686
3.681
3.722
3.762
3.769
4.018
4.393
4.019
4.235
4. 253
4.253
4.254
4.309
4.345
4.346
4.348
4.349
4.392
4. 393

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
3.751
3.876
3.979
4.327
4.608
4.636
5.138
4.702
4.714
4.778
4.795
5.308
5.357
4.838
4.896
4.964
4.995
5,061
5.138

2.748
2. 742
2. 745
2.780
2.793
2.821
2.848
2.880
2.925
2.981
3,293
3.408
3.449
3.482
3.517
3.537
3.744
3. 780
3, 816
3, 884
4.187
4,479
4.681
4. 695
4. 568
4.573
4. 841
4. 647
4, 852
4. 657
4. 682
4. 669
4. 676
4. 882
4. 889
4. 695

1.383
1. 567
1.785
2.231
2.377
2.359

4. 740
4.740
4.905
4. 948
4.946
4.945
5. 324
4. 945
4. 945
5. 323
5. 323
5,323
5,324
5.324
5. 324
5. 324
5. 324
5. 324
5. 324

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
5.965
5.001
5.028
5.071
5.129
5.190
5.230
5.257
5.350
5.491
5.570
5.755
5.985

2,589
2,606
2.675
2.746
2.671
2,585
2.705
2.636
2.630
2.694
2.772
2.803
2.891
3.003
3.238
3.372
3.693
3.854
4.133
4.655
5,235
5.375
5.476
5.880
5.475
5.485
5.504
5.548
5.546
5.563
5.614
5.656
5. .690
5.727
5.742
5.880

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1950
1951
1952
1953
1954.
1955...
1958
1957....
_
1958..._
1959
1960
1961
1982
1983
1964
1965
1966
_
1967
1968
1989
1970
1971
1972...
1973
1972—July
August
September
October
November
December
1973—January.
February
March
AprU
May
June

_

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_

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$5,613
5,740
5,981
6,431
6,298
6,387
6.950
7,325
7,245
8,066
a316
8,761
9,619
iail9
ia900
11,487
12,516
12,953
15,404
17,087
20,339
20.254
21,545
26,591
21,935
22,427
22,565
23,120
23,581
24,008
24,2^)8
24,884
25,425
25,688
26,067
28,591

$3,040
2,731
2,879
3,249
3,071
3,225
3,758
4,210
4,242
5,133
6,317
5,718
6,422
6,944
7,513
7,878
8,580
8,709
10,684
11,703
13,743
12,670
12,998
15,900
13,103
13,434
13,564
13,901
14,355
14,718
14,994
15,193
15,442
15,623
15,806
15,900

$180
$214
213
178
293
533
442
368
164
355
299
162
549
428
743
685
231
1,096
1,046
962
1,249
833
937
410
1,212
457
1,433
728
1.855
2,135 _ —
2,595
80
2,490
295
3,573
4,302
5,380
3,823
3,879
6,383
3,988 . .
4,155
4,299
4,518
4,865
5,140
5,377
:
5,590
5,842 . .
6,028
6,287
6,383

• L e s s t h a n $500,000.
1 T o t a l Includes P a n a m a C a n a l b o n d s p r i o r t o 1961, a n d postal s a v i n g s b o n d s p r i o r
t o 1956.
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 interest r a t e are c o m p u t e d on 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 Interest charge a n d a n n u a l i n t e r e s t r a t e on U n i t e d S t a t e s savings




$274
501
296
534
588
752
746
778
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
7,542
7,149
7,327
7,327
7,447
7,557
7, 679
7,679
7,667
7,687
7,887
7,542
7,542

$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
2,384
2.028
1,970
1,975
•1,988
1,952
1,938
1,936
1,933
1,898
1,938
1,936
1,933
1,930
1,977
1,975

$1,735
2,106
2.093
2.069
2,099
2,044
1,972
1.881
1,787
1,728
1,754
1,781
1.798
1,830
1,878
1,948
2,049
2,080
2,259
2,341
2,801
3.135
3,642
4,709
3,849
3,857
3,921
3,925
3,946
3,951
3,968
4,270
4,497
4,546
4,815
4,709

$1,581
1.579
1.583
1.598
1,622
1,647
1,637
1,573
1,520
1,498
1,566
1,619
1,642
1,682
1,734
1,770
1,892
1,936
1,973
2,009
2,147
2,374
2,651
2,789
2,586
2,582
2,631
2,847
2,865
2,681
2,896
2,716
2,734
2,752
2,773
2,789

$117
123
118
99
121
45

(*)
10
25
37
31
28
28
28
27
29
29
29
29
29
28
28
28
28
28

$37
405
391
372
357
352
334
308
286
232
189
162
156
148
144
178
157
144
276
308
417
730
1,084
1,892
1,255
1,248
1,281
1,249
1, 252
1,241
1,243
1,526
1,735
1,768
1,814
1,892

903
1,010
1,115
1,128
1,118
1,220
1,234
1,216
1,206
1,245
1,263
1,299
1,345
1,609
1,641
1,888
2,164
2.460
3,042
3,995
4,449
4,905
5,982
4,983
5,136
5,080
5, 294
5,261
5,337
5,335
5,420
5,486
5,519
5,648
5,982

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N O T E . — F o r m e t h o d s of c o m p u t i n g a n n u a l i n t e r e s t r a t e a n d c h a r g e see n o t e t o t a b l e
46. See t a b l e 26 for a m o u n t s of p u b l i c d e b t o u t s t a n d i n g b y classification. F o r figures for
1939-49 see 1966 A n n u a l R e p o r t , pages 770-1.

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TABLE 48.—Interest on the public debt by classes, fiscal years 1969-73
[In mlhlons of dohars, on an accrual basis. On basis of Public Debt accounts]
Class of securities

1069

1970

1971

1972

1973

Public Issues:
Treasury bihs 1
Certificates of Indebtedness
Treasurynotes
Treasury bonds

4,196.4

4,248.8

5,0808

6,640.3
2a61.4

7,133.9
1,980 0

7,50a4
1,9401
14,536.3

.6

.5

.6

.5

.5

21.6
97.7

15.6
98.9

16.2
73.5

21.8
93.4

8.8
90 8

27.6
709
4,0
68.3
.4

45,2
99.2
2.7
68.7
.4

102.9
172.6
1,5
65.1
,2

248.8
501.8
,3
63.9
.2

40O5
837.1

1,783.5
3204
11,3
1.1
.4

1,844,7
3ia0
24.3
1.4
2a 4

2,05a5
338,2
33.7
1,7
21.7
27,6

2,32ao
3606
28.4
2.1
14.6

2,563,7
395,0
28.9
2.5
15.9

52,3

12.4

2,914.9

3,717.7

4,431,1

13,961,2 16,844.2 16,68a 0 17,08a 4

Total public Issues
Special issues:
Certificates of Indebtedness
Treasurynotes
Treasury bonds
Total special Issues

18,967.4

1.3

2.6

2,424.0

Total nonmarketable issues

Deduct transactions in transit

4,943.4

6,113.5
2,828.2

11,637.3 13,302.5 13,746.1 13,362.7

Total marketable Issues...
Nonmarketable:
Depositary bonds
Foreign currency series:
Certificates of indebtedness
Treasurynotes
Treasury bonds
'.
Foreign series:
Certificates of Indebtedness
Treasurynotes
Treasury bonds
Treasury bonds. Investment series
Treasury bonds, REA series
U.S. savings bonds:
Series E, F, and J»
Series G, H, and K
U.S. savings notes»
U.S. rethrement plan bonds
Treasury certificates
Treasury bonds
Other

5,662.8

4,19a9
3,16aO

2,641.6

761,0 1,087,6
829.4 1,428.2
1,038.6
963.8
2,627,0 3,450 6

1,247.8 1,121.7
2,19a9 2,9304
861.3
713.0
4,29a0 4,771,1

83.2

1,215.5
3,3608
618.1
5,20a2

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2.7

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Total Interest on the public debt

16,588.2 19,303.7 20,95a 0 21,848.8

24,167.4

1 Amounts represent discount treated as interest.




v.—Prices and yields of securities
TABLE 49.—Average yields of taxable * long-term Treasury bonds by months, January 1951-June 1973^
[Averages of daUy figures. Percent per annum compounded semiannually]
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Average

1951..
1952.,
1953.
1954.
1955-

2.39
2.74
2.80
2.69
2.68

2.40
2.71
2.83
2.62
2.78

2.47
2.70
2.89
2.53
2.78

2.56
3 2.64
3 2.97
2.48
2.82

2.63
2.57
3.11
2,54
2.81

2.65
2.61
3.13
2.55
2.82

2.63
2.61
3.02
2.47
2.91

2.57
2.70
3.02
2.48
2,95

2.56
2.71
2.98
2.52
2.92

2.61
2.74
2.83
2.54
2,87

2.66
2.71
2.86
2.57
2.89

2.70
2.75
2.79
2.59
2.91

2.57
2.68
2.94
2.55
2.84

19561957..
1958.
1959.
1960.

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
4.10

2.93
3.58
3.20
4.09
3.98

3,00
3,60
3.36
4.11
3,86

3.17
3.83
3.60
4.10
3.79

3.21
3.66
3.75
4,26
3.84

3.20
3.73
3.76
4.11
3.91

3.30
3.57
3.70
4.12
3.93

3.40
3.30
3.80
4.27
3.88

3.08
3.47
3.43
4.08
4.02

1961.
1962.
1963.
1964.
1965..

3.89
4.08
3.89
4.15
4.14

3.81
4.09
3.92
4.14
4.16

3.78
4.01
3.93
-4.18
4.15

3.80
3.89
3.97
4.20
4.15

3.73
3.88
3.97
4.16
4.14

3.88
3.90
4.00
4.13
4.14

3.90
4.02
4.01
4.13
4.15

4.00
3.98
3.99
4.14
4.19

. 4.02
3.94
4.04
4.16
4.25

3.98
3.89
4.07
4.16
4.28

, 3.98
3.87
4.11
4.12
4.34

4.06
3.87
4.14
4.14
4.43

3.90
3.95
4.00
4.15
4.21

1966..
1967..
1968..
1969.,
1970..

4.43
4.40
5.18
5.74
a 86

4.61
4.47
5.16
5.86
6.44

4.63
4.45
5.39
6.05
a 39

4.55
4.51
5.28
5.84
6.53

4.57
4.76
5.40
5.85
6.94

4.63
4.86
5.23
6.05
6.99

4.75
4.86
5.09
6.07
6.57

4.80
4.95
5.04
O02
a 75

4.79
4.99
5.09
6.32
a 63

4.70
5.19
5.24
6.27
6.59

4.74
5.44
5.36
6.52
a 24

4.65
5.36
5.66
6.81
5.97

4.65
4.85
5.26
6.12
6.58

5.91
5.59

5.78
5.59

5.56
5.70

5.46
5.69

5.48
5.51

5.62
5.63

5.74
5.64

1971.
1972.,
1073.

5.92
.5.62
5.96

5.84
5.67
0 14

5. 715.66
O20

5.75
5.74
Oil

» Taxable bonds are those on which the Interest Is subject to both the normal and
surtax rates ofthe Federal income tax. This average commenced Oct. 20,1941.
2 Prior to October 1941 yields were on partially tax-exempt long-term bonds. For
January 1930 through December 1950, see the 1956 Annual Report, p. 492, and for
January 1919 through December 1929, see the 1943 Annual Report, p. 662.
> Beginning Oct. 20, 1941, through Mar. 31, 1952, yields are based on bonds neither
due nor callable for 15 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
callable for 10 years.




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5.84
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5.94
5.59
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are computed on the basis of redemption at first caU date; whhe for bonds sehing below
par, yields are computed to maturity. Monthly averages are averages of dally figures.
Each dahy figure is an unweighted average ofthe yields ofthe Individual Issues. Yields
before 1953 are computed on the basis of the mean of closing bid and ask quotations in
the over-the-counter market. Commencing April 1953, yields, as reported by the Federal
Reserve Bank of New York, are based on over-the-counter closing bid quotations.
See Treasury Bulletin for current monthly yields.

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J u n e 30, 1972
Price

Issuei

Ask

Bid

J u n e 29, 1973

Yield to
c a h or
maturity 3

Price
Bid

Price range since first t r a d e d 2

Yield t o
call or
maturity 3

Ask

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Treasury bonds:
4 % A u g . 15, 1972
2 ^ % Sept. 15, 1967-72
2>^% D e c . 15, 1987-72.
4 % A u g . 15, 1973
4 H % N o v . 15, 1973
4J/g% F e b . 15, 1974
4 K % M a y 15, 1974
3J^% N o v . 15, 1974
4 K % M a y 15,1975-85
4% F e b . 15, 1980.
3 ) ^ % N o v . 15, 1980-.-7% A u g . 15, 1981.
8H%Feb. 15,1982..-...-.-.....-.3 ^ % J u n e 15,1978-83
-.
6 H % A u g , 15, 1984
3 ^ % M a y 15, 1985
6>^% N o v . 15, 1986
3 H % F e b . 15, 1990
4M% A u g . 15, 1987-92. _
4% F e b . 15, 1988-93
6 ^ % F e b . 15, 1993
4 J ^ % M a y 15, 1989-94--.3 % F e b . 15, 1995
, 7 % M a y 15, 1998
3M% N o v . 15, 1998—
Treasury notes:
5% E , A u g . 15, 1972.
8% F , N o v . 15, 1972
6J^% C , F e b . 15, 1973
4 ^ % D , F e b . 15, 1973
7 ^ % A , M a y l 5 , 1973..
4M% E , M a y 15, 1973
8 H % B , A u g . 15, 1973.
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100.01
9a22
9 a 05
98.20
98.09
97.28
97.26
9010
82.14
8O30
84.22
10O12
100,11
77.18
77,18
9a06
77.18
78.16
78,08

100.15
9a26
9 a 09
98.28
98.17
98.04
98.02
9018
83.14
87.14
85.08
106.28
100.19
78.18

3.66
4.08
4.43
5.29
5.45
5.52
5.50
5.56
6.26
6.18
5.84
6.08
a33
6.09
-

78.18
9a22
78.16
7 a 16
7a08

5.75
6.21
5.51
6.12
5,83

7 a 04
78.16
-..78.18

5.92
4.81

77.18

-

100.05
100.17
100.29
9a29
102.08
9 a 23
103.07

lOa 09
100.21
101.10
IOO 01
102.12
9 0 25
103.15

78.04
77.18
-

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5.05
3.54
4.47
4.98
5.03
5,05
5,09
5.12

Percent
9ai6-|98.20
97.29
97.10
95.21
78.12
84.12
8 a 12
101.12
98,14
74.02
95.20
74.02
93.30
73.26
74.28
74.28
9 0 02
73.28
73.24
98.06
73.24

IOO 01

9 a 20498,24
98.01
97.14
95.29
7 a 12
84.28
8a28
101.28
9 0 22
75.02
95.28
75,02
94.14
74.26
75.28
75.28
OaiO
74.28
74.24
98.10
74.24

7.99
7.94
7.64
7.50
7.27
6.96
6.99
6,95
8.78
6,93
6.90
8.95
a 40
a 82
8.01
0 58
6.24
7.13
6.41
5.00
7.16
5,42

O
101.20
109,18
ioai6
9 a 30
100.01
9 a 28
101.07
l i a 24
105.28
103.18
97,24
l i a 02
101.14
111.28
9 a 24
101.04
IOO 20
108.26
104.10
100.11
9a22
lOa 26
101.12
9 a 18
95.14

Dec.
Apr.
Apr,
Mar.
Nov.
Mar.
Jan.
Apr.
May
May
May
Nov,
Mar.
Aug.
Nov.
June
Nov.
Apr.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
Aug.
June
June
May

26,1962
6,1946
6,1946
22,1971
12,1964
22.1971
12,1964
22,1958
5,1961
12,1961
12.1961
5.1971
9.1972
4,1954
15.1972
11,1958
5.1971
21,1958
26.1962
16.1963
4.1973
28,1963
18,1955
8,1973
12,1961

8 a 24
78.24
7 a 06
85.31
85. 24
84.28
84.22
82.14
6 0 30
71.04
60 24
9 a 05
98.08
82.02
95.10
81.08
93.30
5 a 20
63.00
82.18
9 0 02
8L26
5 a 20
98.06
5 a 20

Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
May
Dec.
May
July
June
May
June
May
June
May
May
May
June
May
May
June
May

29,1969
6,1960
6,1960
29,1969
29,1969
29.1969
29,1989
29,1989
2a 1970
29,1989
24.1970
28.1971
4,1973
26,1970
4,1973
28,1970
29,1973
28,1970
28,1970
26,1970
29,1973
26,1970
26,1970
29,1973
26,1970

100.23
101. 24
102.15
IOO 25
107. 24
100.08
109.12

Feb.
Jan,
Jan,
Jan,
Mar.
May
Mar.

18,1972
14,1972
14,1972
14,1072
22,1971
6.1972
22,1971

98.20
9ai4
9 a 29
99. 25
9 a 14
99.19
IOO 01

June
Aug.
Aug.
Nov.
May
Jan.
June

30,1971
iai971
11,1971
24,1971
4,1970
26,1973
29,1973

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-.7J4% D, May 15, 1974
55^%B, Aug. 15, 1974
-6%E, Sept. 30, 1974.
5M% A, Nov. 15, 1974
5J^% F, Dec. 31, 1974
5M%A, Feb. 15, 1975
5J^% E, Feb. 15, 1975
6% B, May 15, 1975
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5J^% F, May 15, 1975
5H% C, Aug.-15, 1975--7% D, Nov. 15, 1975
8K% A, Feb. 15, 1978..5A% F, Feb. 15,1978
—
6 H % B , M a y 15,1976—5M% E, May 15, 1978
7H% C, Aug. 15. 1976
6M% G, Aug. 15, 1978
.-6K% D, Nov. 15, 1976.--.
8% A, Feb. 15, 1977
7 ^ % B, Aug. 15, 1977
6K% A, Feb. 15, 1978
6% B, Nov. 15, 1978
6K% A, Aug. 15, 1979.
&V8% B, Nov. 15, 1979
&A% A, May 15. 1980
-1H% EO, Oct. 1, 1972..
1>^% EA, Apr. 1, 1973
1M% EO, Oct, 1, 1973
1M% EA, Apr. 1, 1974
1M% EO, Oct. 1, 1974
1M% EA, Apr. 1, 1975
1H% EO, Oct. 1, 1975
1H% EA, Apr. 1, 1976
1J4% EO, Oct. 1, 1976.
-.
1M% EA, Apr. 1, 1977
W2% EO, Oct. 1, 1977
13^% EA, Apr. 1, 1978
-

103.14
103.01
100.02

103.22
103.09
100.10

5.50
5.52
5.59

100.09

100.17

5.62

100.02
100.11
100.18
100.08
100.05
103.17
101.20

100.10
100.19
100.26
100.16
100.13
103.25
IOL 28

5.72
5.73
5.78
5.78
5.82
5.83
5.75

102.07
9a 22
105.27

5.92
5.92
5.95

101.05
108.05
107.23
100,16
9a 14
-

IOL 13
108.13
107.29
100.24
9a 22
---

5.95
5.95
5.98
014
5.92

98.26
98.20
95.04
93.00
91.08
88.30
87.02
85.08
83.10
81,12

9a26
97,20
90 04
94.00
92.06
8a30
88.02
80 08
84.10
82.12

101.31
9a 14
105.19

--

-—
-

6,49
6.22
5.62
5.78
5.74
5.93
5.95
5.96
6,02
8.08

1 Excludes Treasury bihs, which are fuhy taxable. For description and amount of
each issue outstanding on June 30,1973, see table 28; for information as of June 30,1972,
see 1972 Statistical Appendix, p. 77,
2 Beginning April 1953, prices are closing bid quotations. Prices for prior dates are the
mean of closing bid and ask quotations; "when issued"* prices are included in price
range. Dates of highs and lows in case of recurrence are the latest dates. Issues with
original maturity of less than 1 year are excluded.




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100.01
9 a 22
97.27
98. 07
97.30
97.27
97.28
98.01
98.17
97.28
97.20
100.02
98.10
97.04
98.30
9a23
101.14
98,18
97.26
103.14
103.10
97.23
9a09
97.18
9 a 02
9a04

97.22
95.12
93.08
9L04
88.25
87.12
85.20
84.18
82.16
80.18

98,22
9012
94.08
92.04
8 a 25
88.12
8 0 20
85.18
83.16
8L18

9 a 29
9 a 18
97. 23
98.03
97.22
97. 23
97.20
97.25
98.09
97,20
97.12
9 a 26
98.02
97.00
98,22
9015
IOL 06
98,14
97.18
103,06
103.02
97.15
9 a 01
97.10
98.30

7.91
7.78
7.79
7,63
7.56
7.52
7.33
7.35
7.00
7.28
7.23
7.09
7.07
7.15
7.01
7.13
7.07
7.07
7.08
6.99
6.88
6.90
6.90
a 79
6.83
7.08
1L22
7.99
7.25
8.98
6.98
a 60
a 48
6.18
a 25
6.32

109.13 Mar.
108.12 Mar.
103. 28 M a r .
100.20 N o v .
104.20 Mar.
9a30-i-Dec.
104.20 Mar.
102.10 J a n .
105. 22 Mar.
101.07 M a y
105.00 Mar.
108.09 J a n .
106. 28 Mar.
100.014-Aug.
107.24 Mar.
101.00 F e b .
111. 28 M a r .
9a26 Feb.
103.27 Dec.
114.08 Mar,
114.00 Mar.
108.20 Mar.
101.08 J a n .
100.20 N o v .
100.08 A p r ,
100.00 J u n e
99.12 A u g .
98.14 F e b .
97.22 J u n e
95.12 J u n e
93.08 J u n e
9L04 June
8 a 02 M a y
87.12 J u n e
85.20 J u n e
84.18 J u n e
82.16 J u n e
8 a 30 A p r .

22,1971
22,1971
22,1971
l a 1972
22,1971
21,1972
22,1971
14,1972
22,1971
30,1972
22,1971
14,1972
22,1971
9,1972
22,1971
17,1972
22,1971
15,1973
28,1971
22,1971
22,1971
22,1971
14,1972
15,1972
9,1973
8,1973
31,1972
28,1973
29,1973
29 1973
29,1973
29,1973
31,1973
29,1973
29,1973
20,1973
29,1973
30,1973

9 a 29
9 a 18
8 a 14
98.01
8 a 22
97.23
8 a 18
97.25

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97.20
95.26
9 a 25
91.20
98.28
92.18
9015
97.28
98.12
97.18
99.31
98.28
95.11
OOOl
07. 04
98.12

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83.18
81.20
7 a 04
7 a 00
73.30
74.28
7 a 16
80.02
8 a 26
8 a 02
8 a 18
8 a 16

June
June
Dec.
Feb.
Dec.
June
Dec.
June
May
June
July
July
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
June
May
Mar.
Mar.
May
Aug.
Aug.
June
Mar.
Mar.
June
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
May
Oct.
June
Oct.
Apr.
Oct.
June

29,1973
29,1973
29.1969
28,1973
29,1989
29,1973
29,1989
29,1973
18,1971
29,1973
28,1971
28,1971
30.1970
19,1973
30,1970
29,1973
4,1970
l a 1973
16,1973
4,1970
17.1970
10.1971
29,1973
18,1973
18,1973
29,1973
30,1970
30,1970
30,1970
30,1970
3a 1970
29,1970
30.1970
3a 1971
29.1971
28.1972
31,1972
29.1973

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date when prices are at par or below.
NOTE.—Prices and yields (based on closing bid prices) on June 30, 1972 and June 29*
1973 are over-the-counter quotations, as reported to the Department of the Treasury
by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Yields are percent per annum compounded
semiannuahy except that on securities having only one interest payment, they are computed on a simple interest basis.

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TABLE 51.—Estimated ownership of Federal securities outstanding June 30, 1960-73
[Par value.i In bihions of dohars]

June 30

Total
amount
outstanding 2

Held by banks
Total

Commercial banks

Federal
Reserve
banks

Held by
U.S. Government
accounts

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Held by private nonbank investors
Total

ndividuals3

Insurance
companies

Mutual
savmgs
banks

Corporations*

State, and Miscehalocal govneous
ernments ' Investors

O

I. Pubhc debt issues
I960..
1961..
1962.
1963..
1964..
1965..
1966..
1967..
1968-.
1969-.
1970..
1971..
1972.
1973-.




286.3
28a 0
298.2
305.9
3n.7
317.3
3ia9
326.2
347.6
353.7
37a 9
398.1
427.3
458.1

8L8

8a 8
94.8
96.3
96.0
97.3
97.0
102.2
in. 9
ioa4
iia3
126.6
131.2
132.9

55.3
62.6
65.1
64.3
6a 2
58.2
54.8
65.5
6a 7
65.3
52.6
6L0

5a 9
57.9

26.6
27.3
29.7
32.0
34.8
3a 1
42.2
46.7
52.2
64.1
67.7
66.6

7L4

75.0

53.1
53.7
54.3
65,6
58.6
6L1

64.3

7L8

7a 1
84.8
95.2
102.9
in, 6
123.4

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15L4
145.6
14a 2
163.9
158.2
158.9
158.7
152.2
15a 6
150 6
165.6
168.7
184.6
20L8

6a 7
64.6
65.7
66.0
68.8
7a 9
73.1
7a 9
74.8
77.9
82.6
7a 2
74.0
75.9

12.0
n.4
1L3

10 9
10 8
10 5
06
8.6
8.1
7.7

a 8

6.6

a 2
5.7

06
6.3
6.2
8.0
5.8
6.6
5.0
4.1
3.9
3.3
2.9
2.9
2.7
2.4

ia6
18.6
18.2
18.7
18.9
15.3
14.2
n.o
13.0
12.6
lao
lai
ia3
12.0

18.8
ia3
2a 1
2L4

22.5
24.1
24.5
23.6
24.6
25.2
26.0
25.5
25.9
28.3

24.8
25.4
27.7
3a 9
3L4
32.6
32.3
34.0
35.1
32.9
37.3
47.4
65.5
77.6

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1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973

6.8
6.6
7.9
8.1
8.6
a 3
13.4
18.6
24.4
14.2
12.5
12.2
ia9
11.1

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LO
L6
L8
2.2
2.5
3.6
5.4
6.5
3.0
2.2
2.0
1.8
2.1

.8
1.0
L6
1.8
2.2
2.5 . .
,
3.6
5.4
6.5
..
3.0
2.2
2.0
1.8
1.9

..

.2

1 Except data including U.S. savings bonds of Series E, F, J, and U.S. savings notes,
which are at current redemption value.
2 Securities issued by the Treasury and Govemment agencies that are classified as
debt under the new unifled budget concept. For debt subject to limitation, see table 31.
• Includes partnerships and personal trust accounts.
* Exclusive of banks and insurance companies.




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.6
.7
.7
.6
.6
.5
2.0
3.0
2.8
2.6
2.3
2.2
2.0

5.4
4.9
6.7
5.6
6.8
6.3
a 3
n.i
14.9
8.4
7.8
7.9
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7.1

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LO
L4
L4
L9
L9
2.3
2.9
4.0
L2
L4
1,3
1.0
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.4
.5
.5
.6
.6
.7
1.1
L3
.8
.5
.6
.5
.7

L4
L2
LO
.8
.8
.6
LO
.6
Ll
.4
.4
.2
.1
.2

Ll
L5
L8
2.0
L7
2.3
3.0
3.6
4.7
3.8
3.8
3.4
3.1
3.2

.3
.6
.5

.5
.4
.5
L8
2.0
2.9
L4
LO
1.8
1.7
1.5

« Comprises trust, sinking, and investment funds of State and local governments,
Territories, and possessions.
8 Includes savings and loan associations, nonprofit associations, corporate pension
trust funds, dealers and brokers, and Investments of foreign balances and international
accounts in this country. Also included are certain Government deposit accounts and
Government-sponsored agencies.
' See text of Federal Debt Management section (pages 11-24, 1973 Annual Report)
for a discussion of issuing agencies and the changes in flscal 1973.

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19 73 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 52.—Summary of Treasury survey of ownership
[Par. value. In

H e l d b y p r i v a t e investors
covered i n T r e a s u r y
survey
Total amount
outstanding i

U . S . Governm e n t accounts
and Federal
Reserve b a n k s

Total private
investors

J u n e 30

J u n e 30

Commercial
banks 2

Classificarion

J u n e 30
1972
Number
funds

of i n s r i t u t i o n s

1973

1972

1973

1972

1973

Mutual
savings
banks 2

J u n e 30

J u n e 30

1972

1973

1972

1973

or
5,647 5,814

P u b h c d e b t issues: I n t e r e s t b e a r i n g p u b l i c d e b t securities:
Marketable
257,202 262,971
Nonmarketable ^
78,580 91,644
Special issues
89, 598 101,738

485

480

91,224 95,102 185,978 167,869 47,028 45,139 2,888 2,351
2,056
2,058 78, 505 89, 588
5
3
41
39
62
89,536 101,248
490

Total
interest-bearing
p u b l i c d e b t securities.. 425,360 458,353 182,815 198,406 242, 545 257,947 47,069 45,177 2,873 2,355
M a t u r e d d e b t a n d d e b t bearing no i n t e r e s t
1,901
1,788
1,901
1,788
T o t a l p u b l i c d e b t securiries
427,260 458,142 182,815 198,408 244,445 259,735 47,069 45,177 2,673 2,355
G o v e r n m e n t agency issues:
R e g u l a r issues
P a r t i c i p a t i o n certificates e . . .
Total
Government
a g e n c y securities cove r e d i n T r e a s u r y survey
-Nonsurveyed
Government
agency securities
Total
Government
agency securities

3,759
5,539

4,560
5,057

270
1,887

227
1,737

3,489
3,852

4,333
3,320

547
730

755
593

190
347

238
437

9,297

9,617

1,957

1,964

7,341

7,653 1,277

1,348

538

675

1,596

1,492

213

192

1,383

1,300

10,894 11,109

2,170

2,156

8,724

8,953

T o t a l F e d e r a l s e c u r i t i e s - 438,154 469,251 184,985 200, 582 253,169 268, 688
M e m o r a n d u m : Securities issued b y selected- Government-sponsored agencies 7 . . . 44,335 55,338
1,011
1,27S 43,325 54,085 10,260 12, 956 2,429 2,841
1 Securities issued by the Treasury and Government agencies that are classified as Federal debt under the
unified budget concept. For debt subject to limitation, see table 31.
2 Excludes trust departments.
3 Included with ah other investors are those banks, insurance companies, savings and loan associations,
corporations, and State and local government funds not reporting in the Treasury survey. Also included
are certain Government deppsit accounts and Government-sponsored agencies.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
of Federal securities, J u n e 30, 1972 and 1973
millions of dollars]

H e l d b y p r i v a t e investors covered i n T r e a s u r y s u r v e y — C o n t i n u e d

Insurance compames
Savings
a n d loan
associarions
Life

J u n e 30

Corporations

Fire,
casualty,
and marine

J u n e 30
1972 1973

290

291

1972

448

1973

448

All other
private
investors 3

S t a t e a n d local
governments
General
funds

J u n e 30
1972

1973

487

486

1972

466

1973

464

Pension a n d
rerirement
funds

J u n e 30

J u n e 30

J u n e 30

Memorandum:
Held by
corporate
pension
t r u s t funds *

1972

316

1973

316

1972

188

1973

J u n e 30
1972

1973

189

J u n e 30
1972

1973

45,615 49,880

3,001 2,785 2,339 2,187 2,849 2, 674 4,182 4,599 7,904 8,606 2,410 1,800 93,597 97,769 1,531 2,158
28
18
27
4
3 (*)
12
58
58 76,327 89,431
132
26
18
153
(*)
82
490
3,027 2,781 2,366 2,193 2,853 2,677 4,183 4,599 7,919 8,617 2,468 1,858 169,986 187,690 1,663 2,312
1,901
3,027 2,781 2,388 2,193 2,853 2, 677 4,183 4,599 7, 919 8,617

1,788

2,468 1,858 171,886 189,478 1,683 2,312

112
55

114
54

23
214

15
194

138
121

177
85

4
16

62
18

86
136

272
132

237
638

216
604

2,151
1,595

2,483
1,203

22
94

84
. 76

187

188

237

210

259

282

19

80

222

404

875

820

3,746

3,888

116

140

125

171

363

354 3,086 3,475

609

910 2,472 4,011

337

878 23,644 28,471

392

800

4 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 Bulletin.
5 Series E U.S. savings bonds and U.S. savings notes are included at current redemption value.
6 Export-Import Bank and Government National Mortgage Association issues.
7 Federal home loan banks. Federal land banks, beginning in 1969, the Federal National Mortgage Association, banks for cooperatives, and Federal intermediate credit banks, and beginning in 1970. the Farmers
Home Administration.
* Less than $1 milhon.




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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
Account of the Treasurer of the United States

TABLE 53.—Assets and liabilities in the account of the Treasurer ofthe Uniied States,
June 30, 1972 and 1973
[From records of the Treasurer's Oflice, The balances shown in this table give effect to ah transacrions 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 pubhshed on the third business day in
July. See "Bases of Tables"]
June 30,1972

June 30,1973

Increase, or
decrease (—)

ASSETS IN BANKS

Available funds in demand accounts at:
Federal Reserve banks
$2,344,043,604.81
Special depositaries. Treasury tax and
loanaccounts
7,634,649,294.12
Other depositaries
139,070,000 00
Funds in process of collection through:
Federal Reserve banks
252,181,96a 91
Other depositaries
41,083,632.28
Time deposits and other depositary accounts:
Domesric
48,187,683.05
Foreign
.:.
14^089,801.85
Funds in transit between depositaries
483,086,822.44
Total assets in b a n k s . . .

10,958,392,799.48

$4,037,778,242.35

$1,693,734,837.54

8,433,065,607.77
105,515, OOa 00

798,418,313.65
-33,555,000 00

243,385,713.25
40,195,825.49

-8,796,247.66
-887,80a79

37,644,084.16
24,208,58a37
135,985,611.21

-10,543,59a89
10,118,787.52
-347,101,2ia 23

13,057,778,653,60

2,101,835,854,14

ASSETS IN TREASURY OFFICES

Gold
1 10,410,108,541.07 2 10,410,227,033.47
Deduct liabihties against gold:
Gold certificates, series of 1934, outstanding
l,277,80a00
l,277,80a00
Gold certificate fund—Board of Governors, Federal Reserve Systeni
...,. 10,302,121, 68a 42 • 10,302,121,68a 42
Total liabilities

-

Balance of gold
Paper currency
Dollars..
Fractional coin
Coinage metals:
Silver.
Other
Funds in process of collection
Miscellaneous Items
-

---- 10,303,399,48b. 42
-

-

•
_

-

10,303,399,48a 42

106,707,08a 65
128,309,575.00
28,549,115.00
87,774,828.72

108,827,553.05
145,155,841.00
21,719,291.00
95,011,635.96

120,492.40
16,846,260 00
-8,829,824.00
7,237,007.24

34,528,751.10
181,535,483.70
130,222,733,83
131,422,531,17

40,438,293.41
277,388,541,38
37,398,377.60
71,897,858,76

5,907.542.31
95,851,077,88
-92,826,35a 23
-59,524,672.41

-.--..
--.-..-

-

Total assets in Treasury offices—
Total assets, Treasurer's account
Deduct net transactions in transit as of
June30
General account balance, as published in
daily Treasury statements

829,049,85a 17

795,831,392.18

-33,218,467.01

11,785,442,658. 63

13,853,610,045.76

2,088,167,387,13

475,795,587,51

112,303,172.43

-383,492,415.08

11,309,847,071.12

13,741,308,873.33

2,431,859,802.21

1 273,950,172,1 fine troy ounces at $38 per ounce,
2 273,953,343.0 fine troy ounces at $38 per ounce.




120,492.40

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX.

TABLE 54.—Accountability of the Treasurer of the United States on an accounting
basis, Jurie 30, 1954-73
[On basis of dahy Treasury statements and accounts of the Treasiu-er of the United States]
Published in
dahy Treasury
statements

Fiscal year
1954
1966
1966
1967
1968
1969
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973

---.-

Transactions in
transit as of
June 30

$6,766,,466,061
6,216,,666,047
6,646,,183,868
6,68a,052,362
9,749,, 102,978
6,360, 391,763
8,004. 740,998
6,694, 119,954
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
9,015, 895,781
9,910, 720,039
11,309,, 647,071
13,741, 308,873

-$27,889,624
51,116,376
253,384,166
68,617,897
48,349,862
41,300,160
161,277,138
76,497,633
73,817,403
264,232,225
80,408,696
99,732,049
42,138,112
119,626,350
90,630,717
440,870,370
274,906,835
206,249,711
476.796,688
112,303,172

Total
$6,738,665,437
6,266,781,422
6,799,668,033
5,648,470,259
9,797,452,839
6,391,691,923
8,156,018,136
6,770,617,686
10,604,210.952
12,380,408,389
11,116,139,804
12,709,996,684
12,449,615,322
7,878,619,874
6,784,692,839
7,544,408,390
9,290,801,616
10,116.969.760
11,786,442,659
13,853,6ia 045

TABLE 55.—Location of gold, coin, and coinage metals held by the Treasury June 30,
1973
[In thousands of dollars. For basis ot data, see headnote to table 53]

Gold 1

U.S. mints:
Denver
-Philadelphia....
U.S. assay offices:
NewFrancisco . .
San York 3
Bnllion depository. Fort Knox
Treasm'er of United States, Washington, D.C
Custody accounts:
Federal Reserve Bank cf New York
Other banks, etc., various locations
.
Total assets
Deduct accounts payable to vendors
Net assets, as in table 53

2,414,757
93
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1,729,073
403,108 .
5,599,445 .
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Coinage metals ^
FracDohar? 2 tional coin 2
Silver
Other

198
20,832

33,714
43,123

54

14,714
295

835

3,525 ,
226

252,328

32, 985
3,701

2,258
22,882

3,185 .

"263,724 .
14 .
10,4ia227

21,719

95, 012

40 436

277,468
82

.--- 10,410,227

21,719

95,012

40,436

277,387

1 Amounts in transit between Bm'eau cf the Mint institutions are included in the balance of the shipping
institution.
2 Includes coin in transit tc Federal Reserve banks.
3 Includes bulhon depository at West Point, N.Y.
" Physically located as fohows: At Bank of Canada, Ottawa, $54,261,052; at Bank of England, London,
$49^12,979; at New York Assay Office, $37,889,679; on display at Metropohtan Museum of Art, $15,263; and
in Federal Reserve Bank's O\\TI vaults, $122,645,217.




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Credits
Fiscal year or month

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964-.
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1972-July
August
September.
October
November.
December..




Proceeds from sales of securities *
Savings Retirement
Tax
bonds and plan and
anticlsavlngs tax and loss pation
notes 2
bonds» securities
2,679
2,787
2,725
2,699
2,760
2,635
2,704
2,783
2,673
2,699
2,573
2,844
.3.309
3,281
284
254
224
250
238
236

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2
1
1
1
5
4
5
6
5
9

7,784
7,613
5,898
2,963
2,340
7,368
7,643
9,638
10,408
13.043
6,954
a 443
4,413

1
1,972
2,441

Other

7,920
1,788
3,774
3,830
2,014
1,627
1,173
9,676
6,417
3,640
12,421
9,369
6,158
1,988
2,108
2,047

Balance
Taxes

Total
Withheld
Income credits
excise
(by special
and corarrangeporate *
ment)»
33,059
34,511
37,619
41,267
43,580
42,475
48,478
70,524
90,791
123,906
132.460
131,121
145,797
171,828
11,476
12,044
15,512
11,003
11,445
15,709

6,053
9,142
6,621
6,835
a 921
12,598
14,522
9,257

57,496
55.842
66,438
57,595
58,277
60,050
74,699
91,382
112.583
142,333
15L721
153,346
184,920
185,669
11,740
12,298
15,737
13,241
15,759
2a433

Withdrawals

End ofperiod

During period

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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
l a 854
7,273
5,945
8,133
7,969
a 788
8,907

1,390
1,161
1,531
2,635
1,677
1,844
447
710
1,029
709
894
846
1,737
800
3,214
2,337
800
2,995
2,763
1,468

4,103
4,151
4,457
5,325
4,747
5,431
4,324
3.775
4.191
4,329
4.022
6.146
5,648
5,644
5,853
3,794
3,834
5,315
4,691
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56.847
53,076
56,085
59,421
58, 540
75,338
97,160
112, 741
141, 921
149,317
152,900
184,645
184,874
12,831
15,817
l a 659
15, 297
15,020
18, 315

6,458
6,463
8,815
10,324
9,180
ia689
10,050
4,272
4,113
4,625
6,929
7,372
7,634
8,433
a 547
3,025
8,105
6,051
6,786
8,907

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February.
March
Aprh
May...
June

343
320
283
292
291
268

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•Less than $500,000.
i Special depositaries are permitted to make payment in the form of a deposit credit
for the purchase price of U.S. Govemment 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 terms of the circulars inviting
subscriptions to the issues.
2 U.S. savings notes first offered for sale as of May 1, 1967, 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.
< Taxes eligible for credit consist of those deposited by taxpayers in the depositary




-.-

12,703
13,153
17,417
16,989
14,526
19,871

-

13,083
13,473
17,704
17,263
14,817
20,141

13,654
12,386
17, 361
17,328
19,817
16,389

8,317
a 401
9,744
9,883
4,879
8,433

8,760
10 854
10, 254
9,883
a 541
8,694

3,190
5,373
5,768
1,876
3,904
1,368

6,190
7,768
8,241
5,921
a 718
4,389

banks, as fohows: Withheld income taxes beginning March 1948; taxes on employers and
employees under the Federal Insurance Contributions Act begiiming January 1950,
and under the Railroad Retirement Tax Act beginning July 1961; a number of excise
taxes beginning July 1963; estimated corporation income taxes beginning April
1967; ah corporation income taxes due on or after Mar. 15,1968; and F U T A taxes beginning April 1970.
6 Under a special procedure begun in March 1951, authorization was given during certain periods for income tax payments, or a portion of them made by checks of $10,000 or
more drawn on a special depositary bank to be credited to the tax and loan account In
that bank. This procedure was discontinued in April 1967.
6 Represents a corrected classification of a December 1972 transaction.

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shown in this table give effect to ah transactions through June 30, including those for which reports were received after that date. They may, therefore, differ from similar
figures in other tables prepared on the basis of daily Treasm-y statements. See "Statement of United States Currency and Coin" published monthly]

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Dollars

Fractional coin

Amounts outstanding
Less amounts held by:
TheTreasury
The Federal Reserve banks

72,184,807

7,919,147

2767,405

7,151,742

281,887
4,151,493

118, 731
304,387

21,719
40,805

67,771,228

7,498,029

704,881

6,793,149

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283, 582

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Amounts outstanding
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The Treasm-y
The Federal Reserve banks
Amounts in circulation




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U.S. notes

Currency no
longer issued

63, 653,442

322,539

289,479

145,158
3,847,108

142,408
3,846,770

2,585
183

163
173

60,273,199

59,664,264

3ia792

289,143

84, 265,480
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Denomination
$1
$2
$5..-$10
$20
---$50.--$100
$500
$1,000-..
$5,000
$10,000..
--Fractional parts

- -

-..-

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Total currency
Total coin
Total currency and coin..

Federal
Reserve
notes*

Total
2,432,703
135,379
3,309,304
9,648,074
22,404,699
6,024.407
15,903,479
188,670
220,123
2,240
4,120'

(*)

—-

60,273.199
7,498,029
67, 771,228

*Less than $500.
1 Excludes coin sold to collectors at premium prices.
2 Includes $481,781,898 in standard silver dollars.
3 Excludes gold certificates, Series of 1934, which are issued only to Federal Reserve
banks and do not appear in circulation.




COMPARATIVE TOTALS OF MONEY IN
CIRCULATION—SELECTED DATES

U.S. notes

Currency
no longer
issued

Date

Amount
(in milhons)

Per capita s

145
135,365
120, 244
11
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*
64,021
2
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59,684, 264

-

319, 792

6 87, 771.2
67,161.1
62,20a 7
54,351. 0
39,7ia 8
32,064.6
30.229.3
27.158.3
26,746.4
7,847.5
5,567.1
4,522. 0

322.10
310 38
297. 84
265.39
204.14
177.47
182.90
179.03
191.14
5a 40
43.75
30 74

289,143 J u n e 30, 1925
J u n e 30, 1920

4,815.2
5.467.6

41.56
51.36

J u n e 30, 1915
J u n e 30. 1910

2,274,529
3,145,393
9,620,806
22,383,836
6.011,374
15,813,857
188.444
219,861
2,175
3,990

3,319.6
3,148. 7

33.01
34.07

158,030
13
43,687
27.258
2 a 859
13,033
25,601
224
262
65
130

*)

J u n e 30, 1973
M a y 31, 1973
J u n e 30, 1972
J u n e 30. 1970
J u n e 30, 1965
J u n e 30.1980
J u n e 30, 1955
J u n e 30, 1950
J u n e 30. 1945
J u n e 30, 1940
J u n e 30, 1935
J u n e 30, 1930

* Issued on and after July 1,1929.
5 Based on Bureau of the Census estimates of population.
6 Highest amount to date.

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Kind qf money

1940

1945

1950

1955

1960

1965

1970

1971

1972

1973

— —
Buhion and coin:
Goldi .
...
SUver buhion (at monetary value)
Dollars3
Subsidiary coin
Minorcoin

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19,963,091 20,212,973 24,23a 720 21,677,575 19,322,238 13,934,083 11,158,625
1,353,162 1,520,295 2,022,835 2,187,429 2,252,075 21,267,417
(2)
547,078
493,943
492,583
490,347
487,773
484,720
484,720
402,261
825,798 1,001,574 1,296.140 1,552.106 2,375,327 4,703,397
173,909
303,539
378,463
449,625
559,148
853,388 1,174,345

10,184,219 10,410,107
(2)
(2)
484,720
711,863
5,056,090 5,394,810
1,260,644 1,343,985

10,410,227
(2)
767,405
5,714,337
1,437,405

24,173,340 18,914,934 17.518,986

16,985,673 17,880,784

18,329,374

21,611,053 14,715,025 11,045,392
2,562,287 4,199,909 6,473,596

10,075,392 10,303,399
6,910,281 7,557,385

10,303,399
8,025,974

19,059,416 13,670,235 11,045,392

10,075,392 10,303,399

10,303,399

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22,439,501 23,356,548 28,126,175 26,101,115
Less: Gold, silver "buihon, and standard silver
dohars held as security for, or redemption
of outstanding paper currencies 4....
19,807,106 20,079,777 25,504,665 23,594,948
Total bullion and coin (net)..
.- 2,632,395 3,276,771 2,621,510 2,50ai68
Currency:
Gold certificates, and credits payable therein 5
17.821,133 18,10a600 23,022,852 21,028,137
Less: Amount included in cohateral held by Federal
Reserve agents for Federal Reserve notes.. 5,557,500 10,968,000 14,349,000 11,108,000

10,585,000

6,295, O O 3.322,000
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8,494,416

7,375,235 7,723,392
13,340
3,820
889,176
220,098
42
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322,681
322,539
37,347,185 60,431,429
68,793
65,436

3,170,000

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2,155,000

6,905,392 8,358,399
3,801
3,696
217,692
215,309
11
11
322,639
322,539
54,496,309 58,286,341
63,946
52,790

8,148,399
3,634
213,504
11
322,539
63,654,208
51,705

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Gold certificates prior to Series of 1934 0....
Silver cerrificates 7
Treasury notes of 1890 8
United States notes 9..
Federal Reserve notes 1
0
Federal Reserve bank notes"
National bank notes 1
2

12,263,633

7,138,600

8,673,851

9,920,137

1,828,771 1,815,988 2,324,628 2,40a630 2,394,456
1,163
1,150
1,145
1,142
1,142
34a 681
346,681
348,681
348,681
34a 681
5,481,778 23,650,975 23,602,680 26,62a 030 28,394,186
22,809
533,979
277,202
164,412
100,736
167.190

121,215

87,615

67,379

55.979

22,283

20,291

20,127

20,009

Total paper currency (net).

20,112,025 33,608,588 35,313.803 39,538,411 39,787,595 46,038,735 58,777,016

62,018,716 67,259,093

72,413,860

Total stock of money.

22,744,420 36,885,360 37,935,313 42,044,579 42,349,882 ,50,238.644 65,250,610

68.928.997 74,818,458

80,439,834


Percentage of gold to total stock of money


87.77

54.80

63.87

5L56

45,63

27.74

17.10

14.77

13.91

12.94

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troy ounce beginning in 1972. Amounts for 1970 and 1971 are exclusive of gold deposited
with the United States by the International Monetary Fund.
3 Excludes bullion carried at monetary value but released for coinage use.
3 Through 1971 consists of standard sUver dohars. Amount for 1973 consists of $481,781,898 in standard silver dohars and $285,623,000 in cupronickel clad dohars.
4 Comprises the security for: Gold certificates and credits payable therein (100
percent in gold); U.S. notes (gold to the extent of the reserve required by law (31 U.S.C.
408)); and sUver certificates and Treasury notes of 1890 (100 percent in silver buhion
or standard shver dohars). Since enactment of the Old Series Currency Adjustment
Act (31 U.S.C. 912-916) on June 30, 1961. gold certificates prior to the Series of 1934;
sllver certificates issued before July 1,1929, and Treasury notes of 1890 have been payable from the general fund. The requirement for a gold reserve against U.S. notes was
repealed by Public Law 90-269, approved Mar. 18, 1968. Shver certificates Issued on
and after July 1, 1929, became redeemable from the general fund on June 24, 1968 (31
U.S.C. 405a-3). The amount of security shown on this line for years after those dates
has been reduced accordingly.
« Consists of: Qold certificates 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 fuhy seciued by gold in the Treasm-y.
«Pursuant to the Old Series Currency Adjustment Act are redeemable from the
general fund of the Treasury and upon redemption whi be retired.
7 Shver certificates were originahy secured by shver bullion at monetary value ($1.29-|per fine troy ounce) and standard shver dollars 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 retirement since March 1900(31 U.S.C.
411) upon receipt by the Treasury. Unth June 30, 1961, secured by silver and by gold
reserve; thereafter redeemable from general fund.
9 U.S. notes were secured by a gold reserve (31 U.S.C. 408) unth this requhement
was repealed by Public Law 90-269, approved Mar. 18, 1968. This reserve, which was




also a reserve for Treasury notes of 1890 unth June 30. 1961, amounted to $156,039,431
for ah dates In this table througb 1967. 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 irretrievably lost. To date, the Secretary has made such determinations with respect to $24,142,000 of the U.S. notes issued prior to July 1,1929.
1 Federal Reserve banks secure Federal Reserve notes by depositing hke amounts of
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cohateral with Federal Reserve agents. The Federal Reserve Act, as amended (12 U.S.C.
412), authorizes the use of the fohowing assets for this piu-pose: (a) gold certificates or gold
certificate credits; (b) certain discounted or purchased commercial paper; (c) securities
issued by the United States; and^d) Special Drawing Rights certificates issued by the
Exchange StabUization Fund. Federal 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 amount shown for 1973 includes $766,090 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,
1945 (12 U.S.C. 445 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 following Annual Reports; 1880194? in the 1947 report, page 482; 1948 and 1949 in the 1956 report, page 542; 1951-61 in the
1981 report, page 634; 1982-64 in the 1984 report, page 596; and 1966-87 in the 1987 report,
page 654; and 1968-69 in the 1989 report, page 234 of the Statistical Appendix.

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1940
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1946..-..
1960
1956
1960
1965
1970
1971
:....
1972
1973
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G o l d certificates*

:...
........:.......
-

66,793
52,084
40,772
34,466
30,394
13,209
3.731
3,676
3,609
3,546

Dohars

46,020
125,178
170,185
223,047
306,083
481,698
.481,675
481,676
632,899
704,881

SUver certificates i

Treasury
notes of
1890*

,581,662
,650,689
, 177,261
,169,726
,126,833
829,177
220.061
217,616
215,255
213,458

1,163
1,150
1,145
1,142
1,142
42
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Subsidiary
coin

Minor
coin

384,187
788,283
964,709
1,202,209
1,484,033
2,355,380
4,519.799
4, 790,962
5.100.151
5,413, 938

168,977
291,996
360,886
432,512
549,367
824,585
1.126,617
1,198,961
1,283,291
1,379,210

United
States
notes*

Federal
Reserve
notes*

5,163.284
247,887
322,687 22,867,459
320,781 22,760,285
319,064 26,617,775
318,436 27,093,693
301,978 34,823,233
296,784 47,626^751
321,401 51,304,990
320,278 64,572,723
319,792 59,685,019

Federal
Reserve
bank
notes *
22,373
627,001
273,788
162,673
99,987
68,333
55;272
53,894
52,561
51,532

National
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notes *

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165,155
120,012
86,488
66,810
55,652
22,167
20.271
20,116
19,971
19,843

7,847,601
26,746,438
27,166,290
30,229,323
32,064,619
39,719,801
54,350,972
68,393,190
62,200,747
67,771,228

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* F o r d e s c r i p t i o n 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
c u r r e n c y , a n d for r e t i r e m e n t p r o v i s i o n s , see footnotes t o t a b l e 58.




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 i n t h e fohowing A n n u a l R e p o r t s : 18801947 i n t h e 1947 r e p o r t , page 485; 1948-49 i n t h e 1966 r e p o r t , p a g e 643; 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 , page 698; a n d 1966-67 i n t h e 1967 r e p o r t ,
page 658; a n d 1968-69 in t h e 1969 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 ihe fiscal year 1973 and
outstanding June 30, 1973, by class and denomination
[For basis of data, see headnote to table 57]
Issued
durine 1973

Redeemed
during 1973

Outstanding June 30, 1973 i
In Treasury

In Federal
Tn circulation
Reserve banks

CLASS

Gold certificates—seiies of
1934
U.S. nctes 2.
$4,760,400
$4,760,400
Federal Reserve n o t e s issued on and after July 1,
1929
.--. 19,302,992,000 13,935,068,259
Currencies no longer issued: 2
Federal Reserve n o t e s issued before July 1,
1929
58, 495
Federal Reserve bank

$2,584, 555

$1,277,800
182,872

$319, 791, 589

142, 408,144

3.846,769,889

59, 664. 264, 070

11,545 .

754, 545

1, 084, 938
148, 290

50, 509
9, 098

• 121.800
8,425

51,532, 492
19,843,049

82,170
1,805,147

87 580
4,412

42, 990

3 545,939
213,456,308
10,534

19,307,752,400

13, 942, 985, 697

145,155,841

3.848,383,776

60, 273,198.526

1, 827, 592, 000
4, 257, 96a 000
7, 296,480, 000
1, 247, 400, 000
2,896,360,400

1, 576, 220, 518
53, 754
1,883,693,815
3,757,848, 830
5,247, 907,880
639, 565. 900
840 747,700
7,571,500
a 103, 000
205, 000
70, 000

2, 583,879
362
7,525,410
1.5,375,690
31.149,600
42,501, 900
45, 917, 500
22.500
39, 000
10, 000
30, 000

19, 307,752, 400

13, 942, 985, 697

145,155,841

notes
National bank notes
Gold certificates—issued
before series of 1934
Silver certificates
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
Total--

---

DENOMINATION

$1
$2
$5
$10
$20$50
-$100
$500
$1 000
$5,000
$10,000
$100 000
Fractional parts
Total

--------

i, 981, 960, 656

---

475, 477,919
2, 432,703,415
1,112
135,378,850
352,754,075
3,309,304.010
992, 213, 810
9, 848,074, 290
1,348,577.960
22,404,699.324
305,007,300
6,024, 406,800
387,512, 300
15,903,478.850
2, 468, 500
188, 669. 500
2,881,000
220,123,000
60, 000
2, 240. 000
230,000
4,120, 000
1,200,000 .
487
3.848,383,776

60, 273,198,526

1 The Secretary of the Treasmy is authorized to determine, from time to time, the amounts of certain
cmrencies, which, in his judgment, have been destroyed, are irretrievably lost or are held in collections and
so wih never be presented for redemption, and to reduce the outstanding amounts thereof accordingly. The
totals of such reductions effected through June 30,1973, were:
Authorized by Old Series Currencv Adjustment Act (31 U.S.C. 915c) approved June 30, 1961:
Issued before July 1. 1929:
U.S. notes
'.
-.-$24,142,000
Federal Reserve notes34,450,000
Federal Reserve bank notes
-.--. 2,083,000
National bank notes
..-28,920,000
Gold cerrificates
-.-.-. 18,600,000
Silver certificates
2a 780. C O
O
Treasury notes of 1890
-.---1,131,000
Gold cerrificates, series of 1928
7,350,000
Authorized by act approved June 24, 1987 (31 U.S.C. 405a-2):
Silver cerrificates, issued after June 30, 1929
200,000,000
Total
-.- Amounts outstanding are also included in the public debt (see table 34, final page).




344,438,000

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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

Trust and Other Funds
TABLE 61.—Airport and airway trustfund, June 30, 1973
[This trust fund established in accordance with the provisions of section 208(a) of the Airport and Airway
Revenue Act of 1970 (49 U.S.C. 1742(a))]
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 30,1972

Fiscal year 1973

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1973

Receipts:
Any liquid fuel other than gasoline
Tires used on aircraft
Tubes used on aircraft
Gasohne:
Commercial 4 cents tax
Noncommercial 4 cents tax
Noncommercial3 cents tax
Transportarion by air—seats, berths, etC- Use of internarional travel facihries
Transportation of property, cargo
Use of civil aircraft

Total refunds of taxes

$20,891,117.45
1,210,000.00
570,00a00

$55,563, 514.40
7,010,000.00
l,070,00a00

2,600,000.00
21,85a Oil. 53
15,117,008.70
970,550,313.89
70,471,005.79
54,274,268.03
38,809,485.57

l,200,00a00
14,3ia682.23
10,725,011.67
808,883,154.31
47,451,331.84
36,416,738.06
18,326,45a 01

3,800,00a00
38,172,693.76
25,842,02a37
1,579,233,468.00
117,922,337.63
90,891,008.09
57,135,915.58

1,214,650,47a 26

Gross taxes
Deduct—reimbursement to general fund—
refund of tax receipts:
Commercial aviation
Noncommercial gasohne
Civil aircraft
Any hquid fuel other than gasohne

$34,672,396.95
5,800,000.00
500,000.00

759,790,485.57

1,974,440,955.83

2,100,00a00
871,477.32
204,371.92
43,58

1,114,788.07
23,459.80
480,024,25
13,57a 35

3,214,788.07
894,937.12
684,39a 17
13,6ia91

Federal payment

3,175,892.80

1,631,848.47

4,807,741.27

1,211,474,577.46

Net taxes--

758,158,637.10

1,96a633,214. 56

648,882,OOa00

From general fund accounts 1
Net transfersBalance

720,27a00a00

831,555,837.10

2,889,912,214.56

1,078,394,92a 28
166,966,901.79
345,735,118.65
84,699,816.66

77,327,522.24
232,346,415.81
321,787,872,15
66,683,153.38

1,155,722,442.52
399,313,317.40
667, 502,99a 80
151,382,970.04

844,33061
1,876,641,093.99

1,075,472.52
25,832.47
699,206,068.37

l,919,80ai3
25,632.47
2,375,847,162.36

876,630,625.09

-3,597,815.70

873,032,809.39

878,830,825.09

-3,597,815.70

873,032,809.39

1,058,346,108.56

Expenditures:
Federal Aviation Administration:
Operations
Grants in aid for airports
Facilities and equipment
Research and development
Aviation Advisory (Commission-salaries
and expenses
Interest on refund of taxes
Total expenditures

73,397,OOa00

1,858,356,577.46

Net receipts

128,751,753.03

1,187,097,881.59

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
Total assets

June 30, 1972

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease ( - )

June 30, 1973

$1,058,348,108.56

$128, 751,753.03

$1,187,097,861.59

1,058 346 108. 56

128,751,753.03

1,187,097,861.59

1 Unexpended balances of certain general fund accounts transferred to the trust fund pursuant to Airport
and Airway Revenue Act of 1970, section 208(c).




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243

APPENDIX

T A B L E 62.—Civil service retirement and disability fund, J u n e 30, 1973
[This t r u s t fund was established in accordance w i t h t h e provisions of t h e act of May 22, 1920, as a m e n d e d
(5 U . S . C . 2267). For fiuther details see A n n u a l R e p o r t of t h e Secretary for 1941, p . 138]
L RECEIPTS AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS IN
FEDERAL AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES)
Cumulative
through
J u n e 30,1972
Receipts:
D e d u c t i o n s from salaries, service credit p a y m e n t s , a n d v o l u n t a r y c o n t r i b u t i o n s of
employees subject to r e r i r e m e n t act i
$23,989,390,439.40
Federal contriburions 2
a 837,980,923. 21
P a y m e n t s b y employing agencies 2
17,398,091,690 23
I n t e r e s t a n d profits on i n v e s t m e n t s
11,313,942,910 19
Transfer from t h e Comptroller of t h e C u r r e n c y r e r i r e m e n t fund
5,050,00000
T o t a l receipts

59, 544, 455, 98a 03

E x p e n d i tm-es:
A n n u i t y p a y m e n t s , refunds, etc
'•31,552, 648,805.81
Transfer to policemen's a n d firemen's relief
fund. T>.C., deductions a n d accrued interest thereon
1,595,434.45

Fiscal year 1973

$2,136,47a 590 35
1,760,480 500 00
2,140,864,331.41
1,566, 219,303.17

Cumulative
through
J u n e 30,1973

$28,125,867,029.75
8,598,461,423.21
l a 538,95a 021. 84
12,880,182, 219.38
5,050,00a00

7,804,040,724.93

67,148,496,693.98

4,522,728, 924. 82

36,075,377,730 43

567,448.40

2,162,882.85

T o t a l expenditures

'"31,554,244,240.26

4,523,298,373. 02

38,077,540,613. 28

Balance

'"27,990,211,728.77

3,080,744,351.91

31,070,9.56,080 88

IT. ASSETS HELD BY THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
Assets

J u n e 30, 1972

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease ( - )

I n v e s t m e n t s in public d e b t securities:
Special issues, civil service r e t i r e m e n t fund
series m a t u r i n g J u n e 30:
T r e a s u r y notes:
$1,758,171,000 00 .
4 ^ % of 1974
1,628,319,000 00 .
55^% of 1975.
2,909,257.000 00 .
8>^2% of 1976
2,951, 729, ooa 00 .
7 ^ % of 1977
5,835,123, 000. 00
- $ 6 , 634,000. 00
61/8% of 1978
4, 009,870, 000. 00
- 2 9 . 8 3 7 , OOO 00
5 M % o f 1979
3, 951, 273, 000. 00
85^% of 1980.
.
Treasury bonds:
000.00
- 6 0 , 976, 000. 00 .
60,
3M%ofl973
000. 00
-103,448,000 00 .
103,
3^%cfl973
552,
000. 00
-552, 988, 000. 00 .
4/8% of 1973
60
OOOOO .
3K%ofl974
80,
ooa 00 .
3J^%ofl974..-.
.212,
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4H%ofl974—60,
ooa 0 0 .
3M% cf 1975
-.80,
000. 00 .
Z A % of 1975
---167,
ooa 00 .
4H%0fl975
-60,
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3M% 3f 1978-.-80,
000.00 .
Z A % of 1978
142,
000. 00 .
4/8% of 1978
-J.
746,
000.00 .
3H%>0fm7....
80,
000.00 .
3K%ofl977
142,
000. 00 .
4H%ofl977
-826,
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3 ^ % of 1978--142,
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41/^% of 1978
969,
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4H%ofl979
000. 00 .
4H%ofl980
....
T o t a l special issues
F o o t n o t e s at e n d of table.




24,631,986,000 00

3,197,590,000 00

J u n e 30,1973

$1,758,171,000 00
1, 628.319, 000. 00
2, 909, 257, 000. 00
2, 951., 729, OOO 00
5,828,489, 000.00
3,980, 233,000.00
3, 951,273,000. 00

60,976, 000. 00
80,227, 000.00
212,387, 000. 00
80,976. OOOOO
8 0 227, 000. 00
167,167, 000. 00
60 976, 000. 00
8 a 227, 000. 00
142,474, 000.00
748, 416. 000. 00
80, 227, 000. 00
142,474. 000. 00
826, 843. ooooo
142,474, 000.00
989,117, ooa 00
969,117, 000.00
27,829, .576, OOO 00

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T A B L E 62.—Civil service retirement and disability fund, J u n e 30, 1973—Continued
II. ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E D E P A R T M E N T O F T R E A S U R Y — C o n r i n u e d

Assets

P u b l i c issues:
T r e a s u r y notes:
5^g% Series B-1974-.
5 H % Series A-1974-.
5M% Series A-1975-.
5>g% Series C-1975-.
6% Series B - 1 9 7 5 - - .
Q}4% Series A-1976-.
QA% Series B-1976-.
7 H % Series C-1976-.
7 H % Series B-1977-.
8% Series A - 1 9 7 7 - - .
6% Series B - 1 9 7 8 - - .
6 K % Series A-1978-.
6 ^ % Series A-1979-.
Treasurv bonds:
4% of 1973
--.
4 H % o f 1973
3 ^ % of 1974
4H%ofl974..
4)^%ofl974-4 ^ % of 1975-85
3 k % of 1978-83
3H%ofl980
4% of 1980
-.
63/^% of 1984
3K%ofl985
6 ^ % of 1986.
4 ^ % of 1987-92
41/^% of 1989-94
3 ^ % of 1990
3 % of 1995
3k%ofl988.-

$81,300, 000.00 .
182, 000, 000. 00
-$182. ooa ooo 00 .
55, 900, ooa 00
-55,900, ooa 00 .
13, 000, 000.00 ,
328,750, ooooo .
10,000, ooa 00 .
10, 000. ooooo .
225,70a ooooo .
73,800, ooa 00 .
65, 600, 000. 00 .
77,700, ooooo .
320, 750, ooooo .
91,550, ooa 00
23,800, ooa 00 .
33, 600, 000.00 .
53. 650, ooa 00
57.900, ooa 00 .
129, 060, OOOCO .
53,105. ooooo .
16,800, ooa 00 .
15,700, 000. 00 .
110,394, 000.00 .

$61,300,000. 00
13,000. ooa 00
328, 750, ooa 00
10, 000, 000.00

10. ooa ooa 00

225,700 000.00
73.800, ooa 00
65, 600, 000. 00
77. 700, ooooo
320, 750, 000. 00
91,550, ooooo
23,80a 000. 00
33, 600, OCO. 00

.
.
.
.
.
.

57,900, 000. 00
129, 060. ooa 00
53,105. 000. 00
18,800, 000. 00
15. 700, 000.00
no. 394, 000.00
200, 000, ooo 00
85, 90a ooo 00
50, 000, 000.00
358, 970, ooooo
10,75a ooooo
98. 600. ooooo
55.205, 000.00
83.289. 000. 00

2,861,203.000 00 .

2, 661, 203. ooo 00

100,000,000 00 .

100,000,000.00

75, COO, 000. 00 .
85,000,000 00 .
35, 000, ooa 00 .
100,000, ooa 00 .

75,000, OCO. 00
65, 000,000. 00
35,000,000 00
100,000, 000. 00

50,000,000 00
358,970,000.00
10,750,000.00
98,600,000 00
55, 205, 000. 00
83, 289.000. 00

T o t a l p u b h c issues.-

200, 000,000. 00

375,000. 000. 00 .

T o t a l agency securities.

375, 000, 000. 00

27, 688,189, 000. 00
322, 022,728.77

Total investmentsU n d i s b u r s e d balance
-.-

J u n e 30,1973

-5.3,850.000 00 .

85,9oaooaoo .

I n v e s t m e n t s i n agency s e c m i t i e s :
G o v e r n m e n t N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association p a r t i c i p a t i o n certificates:
F e d e r a l assets liquidation t r u s t :
.5.20% of 1982---F e d e r a l assets finance t r u s t :
a 4 0 % o f 1987
-.
6.05% of 1988
a45%ofl988
6H%ofl978
---

T o t a l assets

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease (—)

J u n e 30,1972

-

3,197, 590,000. 00
-116,845, 648. 09

30,86.5,779, 000. 00
205,177. 08a 68

27,990,211,728.77

3,080,744,35L91

31,070,958,080 68

'•Revised,
1 Basic compensation deductions h a v e been at t h e rate of 7 percent since t h e beginning of t h e first applicable p a y period beginning after Dec, 31, 1969. Since 1958 District of C o l u m b i a a n d G o v e r n m e n t corporat i o n s ' c o n t r i b u t i o n s h a v e been i n c l u d e d w i t h c o n t r i b u t i o n s from agency salary funds.
2 B e g i n n i n g J u l y 1, 1957, appropriations are n o t m a d e directly tc t h e fund. I n s t e a d , in accordance w i t h
"the act a p p r o v e d J u l y 31, 1956 (5 U . S . C . 8334(a)), t h e employing agency c o n t r i b u t e s (from appropriations
or f u n d s from w h i c h t h e salaries are paid) a m o u n t s equal to t h e deductions frcm employees' salaries.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 63.—Employees health benefits fund. Civil Service Commission, J u n e 30, 1973
[On basis of reports from the Civil Service Commission, This trust revolving fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the act of Sept. 28,1959, as amended (5 U.S.C. 8909)]
1. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S ( E X C L U D I N G INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS)
Cumulative
through
June 30,1972
Receipts:
Direct appropriations
-Employees and annuitants withholdings— Agency contributions
--Interest and profits on investments
Total receipts

-

Expenditures:
Subscription charges paid to carriers
--Contingency reserve paid to carriers
Carrier refunds
Admirustrative expenses
Interest on administrative expenses paid by
employees hfe insurance fund i
Other 2

CumiUative
through
June 30,1973

Fiscal year 1973

$323,742, OOa 00
5,093,118,15a 89
2,242,486,203.71
47,036,745.89

$125,270,000,00
825,618,512.64
441,122,23a84
15,199,205.42

$449,012,000.00
6,918,734,663.43
2,683,608,443.66
62,235,961.31

7,706,383,100,49

1,407,207, 967.80

9,113,691,068. 29

7,303,926,384.30
180,718,802.71
-253,28040 .
15, 566,154.65

1,359,501,335,84
63,758,083,20

8,663,427,72a 14
244,478,885. 91
-253,28a 40
18, 288,244. 65

¥, 7 2'2', 090. ob'

Balance

169,960 80

43,626. 79
-1,492,02L78

'7,498,339,680 47

1,426,161,475. 84

8, 924,491,165.31

'208,043,411.02

Total expenditures

43,625,79
r-1,661, 988. 58

-18,943,618,04

l89, C99,892,98

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

Investments in public debt securities:
Special issues, employees health benefits
fund series maturing June 30:
Cerrificates of indebtedness: 3.76% of 1972.
6.69% of 1973..
Total special issues
Pubhc issues:
Treasury notes:
55^% Series B-1974
..-.
5M% Series A-1974
5M% Series A-1975
6% Series B-1976
7% Series D-1975
---6M% Series A-1976
-.
7A% Series C-1976
6% Series B-1978
---6>i% Series A-1978
6 ^ % Series A-1979..----.
Q14% Series A-1980
Trea.sury bonds:
4% of 1972 (dated Sept. 15,1982).
4% of 1973
43^% of 1973
3>^%ofl974
4 ^ % of 1974
-4M%0fl974
3K% of 1978-83—•.
3M%ofl980
4M% of 1987-92
33^% of 1990
-3M%ofl998
Total pubhc issuesTotal investments..
Undisbursed balance
Total assets..

June 30, 1972

$73,950,000.00
-73, 960,000.00

423,000 00 .
6,567, ooa 00
1, 298. O O 00
O
40, 000,000, 00 .
3,732, O O 00 .
C
1, 602, ooa 00 .

1, ooa ooa 00 37,098, ooa 00
9, 598, O O 00 .
O

June 30,1973

—$73, 960, COa 00 .
22,677,00000

$22,677,000, 00

-51,273, OOa C
O

22,677,000,00

423,000, 00

-6,587,000 00 .
-1,298,000 00 .

-23,600,000.00

""ii,"656,'666.'66"
74,420,000, 00

40,000, OOOOO
3,732, OOOOO
1,602, ooa 00
1,000, ooa 00
13,498, 000, 00
9,696, o o o 00
11,850, ooa 00
74,420, ooooo

500. 00
3,441, 600 00
2, 248, 000.00
3,785, 500.00
9, 923, 600. 00
1,481, 500.00
19a 000. 00 .
738, o o a 00 .
3, ooa 000.00 .
2,130, 500 00 .
3,950, ooooo .
132,203, ooa 00

-6oaoo
-3,441,600.00
- 2 , 246,000.00
-3,785, ooa 00
- 9 , 923, 500, 00
-I,481,60a00

3 3 , 7 2 7 , OOO 00

185,930, ooa 00

206,153, ooa 00
1,890,411.02

-17, 546, ooa 00
-1,397,618.04

188,607, ooa 00
492,892. 98

208, 043,411.02

-18.943,518.04

189,099,892.98

"• Revised.
1 As provided in the act (5 U.S.C. 8909).
2 Difference between cost and face value of investments.




Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease (—)

.
.
.
500. 00

.
.
190, ooo 00
738,000,00
3,000, ooa 00
2,130, 500 CO
3,950,000, 00

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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 64.—Retired employees health benefits fund. Civil Service Commission, June
30, 1973
[On basis of reports from the Civil Service Commission. This trust revolving fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the act of Sept. 8, 1980 (5 U.S.C. 8906)]
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 30,1972

Fiscal year 1973

Receipts:
Direct appropriarions (Government contriburion).' $136,877,000.00
Annuitants withholdings
91,880,608.30
Interest and profits on investments
7,213,849.05

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1973

$149,215,000.00
93,031,258.08
9,369,141.81

235,971,257,35

Total receipts
Expenditures:
Subscription charges paid to carrier
Government contributions paid to annuitants i . . .
Administrative expenses
Interest on loans
Payment from contingency reserve
Other2

$12,338,000. 00
1,150,64a 78
2,155,492.76
15,644,142.54

251,815,39a 89

130,741,510.82
69,495,584.72
3,391,648.81
6,409.00

4,818,908,24
7,674,816.18
199,88a 37

Balance

1,300,OOaoO
-116,359.59

201,956,452.31

13,877,251.18

215,833,703.49

34,014,805.04

Total expenditures

-1,678,701.04

135,580,4ia 08
77,170,400.88
3,591,535,18
6,40a00
1,300,000.00
-l,795,08a83

1,768,891.38

35,781,89a 40

n , 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 30,1972

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease ( - )

Investments in pubhc debt securities:
Pubhc issues:
Treasury bills:
Maturing June 30,1973 3
Maturing July 31,1973
Total Treasury bihs
Treasury notes:
5 ^ % Series •B-1974
5M% Series A-1975..
7^% Series C-1976-.
7M% Series B-1977..
6% Series B-1978—.
6K% Series A-1978..
m % Series A-1979-.
Total investnientsUndisbursed balance *
Total assets-.
'• Revised.

$3,865,000.00
1,635,000,00
5,300,000.00
$17,229,000.00 .
1,000, ooa 00
100, ooa 00 .
3,319, ooa 00 .
5,000,000.00 .
4,433,000.00

-1,000, ooa 00

June 30,1973

$3,665,000.00
1,635, ooa 00
5,300,000. 00
17,229,000. 00

'"'"ioo," 666.'66

1,000,000.00

3,319,000. 00
5,000,000. 00
4,433,000.00
1,000,000. 00

31,081, ooa 00
^2,933,805.04

5,300,000,00
-3, 533,108,84

36,381,000. 00
-599,303.60

'•34,014,805.04

1,768,891.36

35, 781,696. 40

1 In accordance with 5 U.S.C. 3055(a), subject to specified restrictions, a retired employee who elects to
obtain or retain a health benefits plan other than the uniform Goverrmient-wide health benefits plan directly with a carrier, shall be paid a Government contribution toward the cost of his plan which shall be
equal in amount to the appropriate Government contribution.
2 Difference between cost and face value of investments.
3 Redeemed July 2,1973.
4 Includes $6,556.18 advances to retirement systems.




STATISTICAL APPENDIX

247

TABLE 65.—Employees life insurance fund. Civil Service Commission, June 30, 1973
[On basis of reports from the Civil Service Commission. This trust revolving fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the act of Aug. 17, 1954, as amended (5 U.S.C. 8714)]
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, 1972

Fiscal year 1973

Recei nts'
Employees withholdings
$2,434,801,671.73
Government contriburions
1,117,650,463.69
Premiums collected from beneficial association
members
45,422,922.36
Interest and profits on investments
269,551,654.22
Other129,433.92
Assets acquired from beneficial associations:
U.S. securiries
-13,958,330 40
Other
22,092,103.48
Total receipts
Expenditm'es:
Premiums paid to insurance companies:
. For Federal employees generally
Less return of premiums paid 1
For beneficial associarion members Less retmn of premiums paid 2
Administrarive expenses
Others
Total expendi t u r e s . . .
Balance
Footnotes at end cf table.




Cumulative
through
June 30,1973

$299,132,940 74 $2,733,934,618.47
125,977,441.49 1,243,627,905.18
2,285,520 71
84, 299,131,77
1,411.79
50,807.41

47, 708,44a 07
333,850,785,99
130,845.71
13,958.330 40
22,142,91089

3,903, 608,585.80

491,747,285.91

4,395,353,851.71

3,489,282,917.49
702,119,87a 79
87,807,105. 82
17,920 309,95
'•4,878,728.87
-50,305,360 21

332,952, 221.80
6,927, 059.17
1,811.290 58
419,498.00
2,214,95005

3,822,235,139.09
702,119,87a 79
94,734.164.79
l a 731.600 53
5.298,220 87
-48,090,401,18

.......«• 2,811,823,202,03

340 702,447,24

3.152,325,64a 27

' 1,091,983,383.77

151,044,818.67

1,243,028,202.44

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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 65.—Employees life insurance fund. Civil Service Commission, June 30,
1973—Contmued
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

June 30, 1972

Investments in pubhc debt securities:
Special issues, employees hfe insurance fund
series maturing June 30:
Certiflcates of indebtedness:
3,78% of 1972...
a69%ofl973

$26,198, ooa 00 -$25,198, OOa 00
76,783,00a00

Total specral issues

25,198,000 00

Pubhc issues:
Treasiu-y bihs:
Maturing September 28,1972
Treasury notes:
1>^% Series EA-1974
5 ^ % Series B-1974
5 ^ % Series A-1974
5 ^ % Series A-1975
5J^% Series C-1975
8% Series B-1976
7% Series D-1975
63^% Series A-1976
63^% Series B-1976
7J^% Series C-1976
8% Series A-1977
7M% Series B-1977
8% Series B-1978
63^% Series A-1978
6^% Series A-1979
Treasury bonds:
4%ofl973
43^%ofl973
43^% of 1974
4K%ofl974
3J^%ofl974
4^%ofl976-86
3>^% Of 1978-83
.--3>^%ofl980
----4% of 1980
7% of 1981
6 ^ % of 1982
6 ^ % of 1984
3 ^ % of 1986
--...
83^% of 1986
4K% of 1987-92
4%ofl988-93
43^% Of 1989-94
33^% of 1990
6M%ofl993
3% of 1996.
33^% of 1998
2 ^ % Investment Series B-1975-80
Total pubhc issues
Total investments
Undisbursed balance
-Total assets..-----

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease ( - )

51,585,000 00

1,800,000 00

June 30,1973

$78,783, COa 00
78,783,00a00

-1,800,000 00

2,000.000.00
69,613,00a00
4a981,00a00 -40,981,OOa00
56,256.00000 -56,266,000.00
18,778.00a00
35,105,00000
15,000,000.00 . . . .
5,497,00a00
27,250,000.00
44,743,00000
20,772,00000
47,823,OOa00
86,752,00a00
82,887,000,00
.
,
22,813,00000

----.
-

-

2,000,00a00
69,613,000 00
18,778,00a00
35,105,00a00
15,000,00a00
6,497,00a00
27,250,OOaOO
44,743,00a00
20,772,00a00
47,823,OOa00
86,752,00a00
62,887,00a00
22,813,OOa00

Il,081,00a00
19,322,00a00
31,744,60a00
43,361,00a00
25,696,600 00 -25,696,00a00
42,962,00a00
2,000,00a00
14,087,000.00
-..
18,056,60a00
47,321,600.00 . . . - 9,180,00a00
45,461,ooa00 -.159,278, ooa 00
19,480,600,00
5,ooo,ooaoo
.
98.719,00a00
18,877,60a00
46,631,60a00
34,276,00a00
40,593,00000
135,60a00 . . . . .
21,358,50a00
179,000.00 . . - -

ll,081,00a00
19,322,00a00
31,744,50a00
43,361,00000
500.00
44,982,000.00
14,087,00a00
18,056,60a00
47,321,600.00
9,180,00a00
45,461,00a00
159, 278, OOa 00
19,480,60a00
5,ooo,ooaoo
98,719,000,00
16,877,60a00
46,631,60a00
34,276,0Ca00
40,593,000.00
136,60a00
21,358,60a00
179,00a00

1,085,927,600.00

100,071. OOa 00

1,165,998,600.00

---

1,091,126,60a 00
857,883.77

151,656, OOa 00
-811,181,33

1,242,781,60a 00
248,702.44

-

1,091,983.383.77

151,044,818,67

1,243,028,202.44

' Revised.
1 Premium payments in excess of the $100 mihion conringency reserve set by the Civil Service Commission, which are required to be returned to the fund by the insuring companies (5 U.S.C. 8712).
2 Return of premium payments in excess of annual claims paid, expenses, and other costs.
3 Difference between cost and face value of investments.




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249

TABLE 66.—Federal disability insurance trust fund, June 30, 1973
[This trust fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the Social Security Act amendments
approved Aug. 1,1958 (42 U. S. C. 401 (b)) ]
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 IN
F E D E R A L AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES)
Cumulative
through
June 30,1972

Fiscal year 1973

Cumulative
through
June 30,1973

Receints'
Appropriarions i- - $29,788,370,673,07 $4,961,147,571.13 $34,747,518,244. 20
Less refund of internal revenue cohections 338,758,000.00
50,828, O O 00
O
387,384, OOa 00
Deposits by States
2,735,832,82L 20
550,447,160 23
3,286,079,987.43
Interest and profits on investments 2
1,720,540,687. 62
434,739,04a 38
2,155,279,727.98
Payments from railroad retirement account-.
28,831,000. 00
28,831, OOa 00
Other (HEW)
794,490 44
4,107.48
798,603.92
Transfers from general fund
145,000, O O 00
O
51,000, O O 00
O
197, 000, O O 00
O
Total recei pts
Expenditures:
Benefit payments. - - To railroad retirement accourit
.Adniinistrative expenses:
Togeneralfund
Salaries and expenses—Construcrion of buildings
Vocational rehabihtation—administrative
expenses
-.
Vocarional rehabilitarion program payment.
To Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
To Federal old-age and survivors insurance
trustfund
From Federal hospital insurance trust fund..
Total experiditures
Balance
See footnotes at end of table.




34,079,411,678.33

5,948,711,885.20

40,028,123,563.53

24,882,535,195.23
'•223,744,000 00

5,181,870,541. 68
19,503,000 00

30,044,405,738.89
243,247,000 00

78,447,153.74
841,985,83L 18
8,074,264.06

9,848,783.17
223,048,837.80
2,103,680 00

88,295,93091
1,065,014,468,98
10,177,924.06

2,144,800 00
103,574,816.11

564,000 00
39,377,371.42

2,708,80a00
142,952,-187.53

10,939,753.00

11,178,545.00

22,118,298.00

535,221,670 00
1,034,853.00

155,141,00

535,221,670 00
1,189,994.00

28,687,682,142.30

5,487,847,880 05

32,155,330,022.35

7,391,729,530 03

479,084,005.15

7,870,793,54L 18

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1973

REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY

T A B L E 66.—Federal disability insurance trust fund, J u n e 30, 1973—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 T R E A S U R Y

June 30,1972

Assets

Investments in public debt securities:
Special issues. Federal disabihty insurance
trust fund series, maturing June 30:
Treasury notes:
4M%of 1974
5^% of 1975
63^% of 1976
7^% of 1977
63^% of 1978
5M%of 1979..
8^% of 1980
Treasury bonds:
25^% of 1974....:
354% of 1974
2^% of 1975
3M%of 1975
3M%of 1976
3 ^ % of 1977
3J^%of 1978
43/^% of 1979
43^% of 1980..

$309,178,000.00
583,612, ooa 00
1,151,608, ooa 00
1,394,468, ooa 00
1,284,249, ooa 00
1, 058,817, ooa 00
$943,286, 000.00
425,000.00
20,738,000.00
132,894,000.00
20,738,000.00
153,632,000.00
153,632, ooa 00
153,632,000.00
153,632,000.00
125,606,000.00

Total specral issues..
Pubhc issues:
Treasury notes:
5M% Series A-1975
6% Series B-1975
73^%, Series C-1976
7M% Series B-1977
8% Series A-1977
6K% Series A-1978
8% Series B-1978
Treasury bonds:
4% of 1973
3>^%of 1974....
4)/^% of 1974
4K% of 1975-85
4% of 1980
8H%ofl984
414% of 1987-92
4H% of 1989-94
33^% of 1990
3H%of 1998.

.

.--.

.---

-791, 575, ooa 00

$10,000, OOa 00
3,750,000.00
2a000,00a00
14,000,00a00
iaOOO,OOaOO
2,000,000.00
2,000,000.00

-10,000, ooa 00

18,500,000.00
5,000, ooa 00
10,000, ooa 00
20,795,000.00
30,250,000.00
80,800,ooa 00
68,400, ooa 00
10,500,000.00
5,000, ooa 00

7, Oil, 654, 000.00
380,075,536.03

June 30, 1975

$309,178, ooa 00
583, 612, ooa 00
1,151,608,000.00
1,394, 466, ooa 00
1,284,249,000.00
1,058,817,000.00
943,268,000.00

2,366,000,00
2a738,000.00
153,632,00a00
153,832,000.00
153,632,000.00
153,632, ooa 00
125,606,000.00
7,488,234,000.00

3,750,000. 00
26,000,000. 00
14, 000,000. 00
10,000, ooa 00
2,000,000. 00
2,000,000. 00

_/
-5,'666,'666.'66
'i5,'666,'666.'66

314,095 000 00
-

Subtotal
Unamortized discount and premium on investments (net)

Total assets

-425, ooa 00
-20,738,000.00
-130, 528,000.00

6,606,859,000.00

Total public issues
Total investments—par value
Undisbursed balance 3

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease (—)

18, 500,000. 00
10,000, 000.00
20,795, ooa 00
30,25a 000.00
15,000, 000.00
80,800, 000.00
68,400, 000. 00
10, 500, 000.00
5,000, ooa 00
314 995,000 00

791, 575,000.00
-312,510,994.85

7,803,229,000.00
67, 564, 541.18

7,391, 729, 536.03

479,084,005.15

7,870,793,541.18

-1,452,18a 88

131,052. 55

7,390,277,34017

479,195, 057.70

-1,321,137.31

7,889,472,403.87

'' Revised.
1 Appropriations are equal to the amount of employment taxes collected as estimated by the Secretary of
the Treasury and adjusted in accordance with wage reports certified by the Secretary of Health, Education,
and Welfare for distribution to this fund, the Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, and the
Federal hospital insurance trust fund.
2 Through June 30, 1987, includes amortization of premium and discount, net.
3 Includes the following balances in accounts as of June 30:
1972
1973
Benefit payments
--$379,504,452.66
$67,468,105.57
Vocational rehabihtation program payments
571,083.37
96,435.81




251

STATISTICAL APPENDIX
T A B L E 67.—Federal hospital insurance trust fund, J u n e 30, 1973

[This trust fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the Social Security Act amendments
approved JiUy 30, 1985 (42 U.S.C. 13951)]
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 IN
F E D E R A L AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES)
Cumulative
through
June 30,1972

Fiscal year 1973

Cumulative
through
June 30,1973

$8,993,332,832.00
55,044,000,00
724,930,293.88
195,672,710,01
429,415, OOa 00
63,238,000.00
3 158,388.69

$31,277,148,081,87
318,043,500,00
3,147,4<tl, 358,81
90a 514,693.57
3,876,326,324,42
373,348,000.00
5,830,381.46

30,915,960,615.55

8,351,602,704.58

39,287, 563,320.13

27,254,444,218.95

6, 648,818,985.12

33,903,263,204. 07

8,844,380.94

45,190,404. 56

Receipts:
Appropriations!
$24,283,913,729.87
Less refund of internal revenue collections 282,999, 500,00
Deposits by States
2,422,511,064.93
Interest and profits on investments 2
710,841,983,56
Transfers from general fund
3,445,911,324.42
Payments from raihoad retirement accounts310,110,000.00
Other
-.5,672,012.77
Total receipts
Experiditures:
Benefit payments
Interest paid to Federal supplementary
medical insurance trust fund
Adniinistrative expenses:
Togeneralfund
To Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
To Federal disabihty insurance trust fundTo Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Salaries and expenses
Construction
Pubhc health services

800,000.00
38,346,043.62

800, ooa 00

8a 174,994.00
-733,233.00

66,174,994.00
-733,233.00

534,25a 00
878,952,115.85
l,930,42ai8
18,787,000.00

3,138,475.00
855,17a 694.65
2,849,26ai8
23,034,10a00

28,057,235,815.40

6,841,681,084.06

34,898,896,89a 48

2,858,724,800.15

Total expenditures
Balance

2,604,219.00
178,227, 57a 00
918,84a00
4,247,100.00

1, 509,941,62a 52

4,388,888,42a 67

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

June 30,1972

Assets

Investments in public debt securities:
Special issues. Federal hospital insurance
trust fund series, maturing June 30:
Treasury notes:
63^% of 1976
7 ^ % of 1977
63^% of 1978
5 ^ % of 1979
8 ^ % of 1980

$445, 419, ooa 00
919,358, ooa 00
931,182,000.00
537,999,000.00
--

Total special issues

2,833,958,000.00

Investments in agency securities:
Government National Mortgage Association
participation certificates:
Federal assets liquidation trust:
5.20% of 1982

Tot.al assets

-$445,419,000.00 .
-375,238, OOa 00
2,159,064,000.00
1,338,407,000.00

4,172,365,000.00

50,000.000. 00
50,000,000. 00

50,000,000.00 .

June 30,1973

$544,120,000. 00
931,182,000.00
537,999,000.00
2,159,064, 000.00

50,000, ooa 00 -

Total agency securities
Total investments par value
Undisbursed balance

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease (—)

2,883,958,000.00
-25,233,199.85

1,338,407, ooa 00
171, 534,620. 52

4, 222,365,000. 00
148,301,420. 87

2,858,724,80a 15

1, 509,941,82a 52

4,388, 688,420. 67

1 Appropriations are equal to the aniount of employment taxes collected as estimated by the Secretary of
the Treasury and adjusted in accordance with wage reports certified by the Secretary of Health, Education,
and Welfare for distribution to this fund, the Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, and the
Federal disability insurance trust fund.
2 Through June 30, 1967, includes amortizations of premium and discount, net.
3 Includes $155,141.00 reimbursement of interest from Federal disability insurance trust fund.




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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 68.—Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund, June 30, 1973
[This trust fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the Social Security Act amendments
approved July 30,1965 (42 U.S.C. 1395t)]
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)

Fiscal year 1973

Cumulative
through
June 30,1973

$1,192,934,257.97
149,349,642.82

$5,964,087,677.60
676,987,481,98

84,322,807.62
1,430,450,580 64
43,070,15a 20
i 1,985,184.50

562,487,255.93
7,210,485,833,43
183,000,03a 30
3,823,742.62

11,878,739,192,11

2,902,112,62a 75

14,580,851,821.88

9,968,080,548,10

2,391,232,20a 74

12,359,312,748.84

1,208,243,385.28
2,258,62a 93
180,281,92
421,712.46
-10,882,512.00

269,414,95a 60
1,063,92a 00
19,643,50
71,882.75
-11,088,093.00

1,477,658,335,88
3,322,54a 93
179,925.42
493,595.21
-21,970,605.00

19,051,642,00
-301,643,00
6,478,000,00

-11,483,132,00
-2,804,219.00
471,900.00

7,588,5ia00
-2,905,882,00
6,949,90aOO

11,198,030,282.89

2,837,099,053.59

13,835,129,330 28

480,708,909.42

265,013,57016

745,722,485,58

Cumulative
through
June 30,1972
Receipts:
Premiums transferred from Federal old-age
and survivors insurance trust fund. Federal disability insurance trust fund, railroad retirement account, and civil service
rerirement and disabihty fund--- . . . $4,771,153,4ia 63
Premiums deposited by States
527,637,839.16
Preniium collections by Social Security
Adniinistration
478,184,448.31
• Federal matching contriburions
5,780,015,040 79
Interest on investments
.v
119,929,88a 10
Miscellaneous income
1,838,558,12
Total receipts
Expenditures:
Benefit payments
Interest paid to Federal hospital insurance
trustfund
.-..
Administrative expenses:
Salaries and expenses 5
Construction of buildings
^ Togeneralfund
--To crvU service
To Federal disability insurance trust fund.
To Federal old-age and survivors insurrance trust fund
To Federal hospital insurance trust fund.
To Pubhc Health Service
Total expenditures
Balance

4,520,247.00

4,520,247,00

IT, ASSETS HELD B Y THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
June 30,1972

. Assets
Investments in pubhc debt securities:
Special issues, Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund series, maturing June 30:
Treasury notes:
63^% of 1978
5M%0f 1979.--65^% of 1980
Total investments
Undisbursed balance
Total assets

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease (—)

June 30, 1973

$245,925,000,00
232,150,000.00

-

-$60,208,000.00
--.
281,762,000.00

$185,719,000.00
232,150,000,00
281,782,000,00

478,075,000 00
2,633,909.42
480,708,90a 42

221,558,000.00
43,457,576.18
265,013,57016

899,631,000.00
46,091,485.58
745,722,485.58

I Includes $1,890,602 reimbursement of interest from Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund,
and $88,452 reimbursement of interest from Federal disabihty insurance trust fund.




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253

TABLE 69.—Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, June 30, 1973
[This trust fund, the successor of the old-age reserve account, was estabhshed in accordance with provisions
of the Social Security Act amendments (42 U.S.C. 401). For further details see Annual Reports of the Secretary for 1940, p. 212 and 1950, p. 42]
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 IN
F E D E R A L AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES) .
Cumulative
through
June 30,1972

Fiscal year 1973

Cumulative
through
June 30,1973

Receipts:
Appropriations!
$306,383,418,783.49 $37,560,472,372.83 $343,943,891,13a 12
Less refund of internal revenue collections- 3,359,878,50a 00
373,186,000.00
3,733,064,500.00
Deposits by States
24,317,408,43a 98
4,130,891,055.92
28,448,297,48a 88
Interest and profits on investments 2
16,673, 511,920.45
1,847,842,157.97
18, 521,354,078.42
Transfers from general fund 3
1,931, 544,400.00
474,645,000.00
2,406,189,400.00
Payments from railroad rerirement account35,393,00a00
35,393,000.00
Other 4
23,495,74a31
39,802.18
23,535,342.49
Total receipts

346,004,891,755.21

43,640,704,188,70

Expenditures:
Benefit payments
298,971,075,577,66 42,170,274,24a 86
Construction of buildings
--81,753,52a 82
7,445,75a 72
To railroad rerirement account
6,475,364,000,00
752,954, OOa 00
Administrative expenses:
Salaries and expenses 5
5,448,068,638,10
567,290,77a 53
Togeneralfund
1,169,205,533,59
78,019,88a75
To Department of Health, Education,
and Welfare
58,121,625.00
3,083,545.00
From Federal disabihty insurance trust
fund
-516,098,337.00
From Federal hospital insurance trust
fund
-----63,494,177.00 :
From Federal supplementary medical
insurance trust fund
-17,293,792.00
13,373,734.00
Vocational rehabilitation administrative
expenses
7,041,593.40
2,505,657.60
Total expenditures
Balance

309, 591,742,182. 57
36,413,149,572.84

43,624,947, 597.46
15,756,591.24

389,845,595,943,91
339,141,349,818.52
89,199,271,54
7,258,318,000.00
8,015,357,417.63
1,247,225,423.34
59,205,17a 00
-516,098,337.00
-63,494,177.00
-3,920,058.00
9,547,251.00
353,218,889,78a 03
36,428,906,183.88

II. ASSETS HELD BY THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

Assets

June 30,1972

Investments in pubhc debt secmities:
Special issues. Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund series, maturing June 30:
Treasury notes:
4M%of 1974
5 ^ % of 1975
63/^% of 1976
75^% of 1977
6H%0fl978
5M%ofl979
65^% of 1980
Treasury bonds:
2^%ofl973
25^% of 1974
2 ^ % of 1975
----3 ^ % of 1975

$2,720,279, ooa 00
2,460,795,000.00
3,844,864, ooa 00
5,033,296, ooa 00
3,488,850,000.00
3,102,896,000.00

3M%of 1978—
3>g%ofi977

33/8% of 1978
43^%ofl978
4>^%ofl979

43^% of 1980

Total special issues
Footnotes at end of table.




Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease ( - )

---.
$4, 547,285, ooa 00

934,472,000.00
-934,472, OOa 00
1,080, Oil, ooa 00 -1,080, Oil, OOa 00
919,934, ooa 00
-234,756,000 00
180,077, ooa 00

1,080, on, ooa 00
1,080, on, ooa 00

858,444, ooa 00
421,567,000,00
1,080,011,000.00

$2,720,279,000.00
2,460,795, OOa 00
3,844,864, OOa 00
5,033,29a OOa 00
3,488,850, OOa 00
3,102,89a OOa 00
4, 547,285, OOa 00

685,178, OOa 00
160,077, OOa 00

1,080, on, ooa 00
1,080, on, ooa 00
658,444,000.00
421,567, OOa 00
1,080,011,000.00

1,080, on, ooa 00

29,125,529, OOa 00

June 30, 1973

1,080, on, ooa 00
2,298,048, OOa 00

31,423,575, OOa 00

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TABLE

69.—Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund,
1973—Contmued

June

30,

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 pubhc debt securities—Continued
Pubhc issues:
Treasury bonds:
23^% of 1967-72 (dated Oct. 20,1941). - . .
4% of 1973.
33^% of 1974
4H%ofl974
434% Of 1974
434% of 1975-85
--334% of 1978-83
--.
4% of 1980
---3 ^ % of 1980
7% of 1981
------6 ^ % of 1984
3K%ofl985
434% of 1987-92
-----4>^% of 1989-94
33^% of 1990
3% of 1995
-33^% of 1998
Treasury notes:
5M% Series A-1975
8%, Series B-1975
7% Series D-1975..
834% Series A-1978
8M% Series A-1976
73^% Series C-1976
8% Series A-1977
2 ^ % Investment Series B-1975-80
Total public issues
Investments in agency securities:
Government National Mortgage Association:
Federal assets hquidation trust:
5.20% of 1982
5,10% of 1987
Federal assets flnance trust:
6,40% of 1987
6,05% of 1988
6.45% of 1988
a20% of 1988.---...
Total agency securi ties
Total investments, par value
Undisbmsedfunds6...
Subtotal
Unamortized discount and premium on investments (net)
Total assets

June 30, 1972

$25a 00
38,000,00a00
24,600,00aC0
61,934,000 00
6,352,000 00
78, 023, ooa 00
80,200,OOaOO
153,100,00a00
449,450, ooa 00
50,000,ooa00
-.
25,700,00000
33,000,00000
91,300,00000
556, 250, ooa C
O
70,170, ooa 00
552,037, ooa 00
7,000,00a00
17,460,000.00
50,000.000 00
5,000,00a00
22,18O,00a0O
90,500,000 00
, 15,000,00a00
1,084,902, OOa 00
3,522,048,250 00

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease (—)

June 30, 1973

-$25a00
$38,000,000 00
24,500,000 00

31,500, O O 00
O
...

-.-.
-7,000, ooa 00
.-

.---

61,934,00a00
6,352,00a00
78,023.00a00
89,200,00a00
153,10000000
449,450,000 00
5o,ooo,ooaoo
31, 500,000.00
25,700,00a00
33,ooo,ooaoo
9i,3oo,ooaoo
558, 250, oca 00
70.170.00a00
552,037, ooa 00
17,450,000.00
50,000,00000

6,ooo,ooaoo
-

22,180,00a00
90,500,00000

i5,ooo,ooaoo
1, 084,902, ooa 00
- 2 5 a 00

3, 622,048, ooa 00

$100, 000, ooa 00
50,000,00000

100,000, 000,00
50,000, OCO. 00

75,000,00000
65,000, ooa 00
35.000.00000

75,000, 000,00
65, 000, 000,00
35,000, 000. CO
230, 000, 000. 00

230,000, ooa 00

555,000, 000.00

655,000,000,00
33,202, 577, 250,00
3,210,572,322,64
36,413,149,572.84

2, 298,045, 750. 00
- 2 , 282, 289,158.76

35, 500, 623, 000,00
928, 283, 163,88

15,756,591.24

36,428,906, 183,88

-14,091,538.37

1,080, 891. 72

- 1 3 , 0 1 0 , 64a 65

36,399,058,034,27

16,837,482.96

36,415,896,617,23

1 Appropriations are equal to the amount of employment taxes collected as estimated by the Secretary of
the Treasury and adjusted in accordance with wage reports certified by the Secretary of Health, Education,
and Welfare for distribution to this fund, the Federal disabihty insurance trust fund, and the Federal hospital insurance trust fund.
2 Through June 30,1967, includes amortization of premium and discount, net,
3 In connection with payments of beneflts 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 reimbursement of interest in the net
amount of $15,039,908.00 transferred from the Federal disabihty insurance trust fund: beginning with fiscal
1966. $1,929,801.00 from the Federal hospital insurance trust fund; and beginning with fiscal 1967, $1,132,572,00
from the Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund,
s Paid directly from the trust fund beginning with fiscal 1947 under annual appropriarion acts,
6 Includes the following balances in accounts as of June 30:
1972
1973
Benefit payments
-- $3,180,336,81 a 65
$896,077,803.12
Salaries and expenses
27,081,761.98
28,475,243.61
Construction of buildings
3,116,132.40
4,723,981.68
Vocational rehabilitation program payment
37,617.73
6,155.47




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 70,—Foreign service retirement and disability fund, June 30, 1973
[This trust fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the act of May 24, 1924, and the act
of Aug. 13, 1946 (22 U.S.C. 1062). For further 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)
Cumulative
through
June 30,1972
Receipts:
Deductions from salaries, service credit payments,
and voluntary contributions of employees subject to retirement act
Appropriations!
Payments by employing agency !
Receipts from civil service rerirement and disability fund
Adjustments in widow survivor benefits
Interest and profits on investments
Total receipts.--.
Expenditures:
Annuity payments and refunds--

Fiscal year 1973

Cumulative
through
June 30,1973

••$99,047,710 80
25,815,900 00
^ 53,17a 182.24

$23,189,651.22
8,763,685.92

$122,217,381. 82
25, 815, 900. 00
81, 942,888.16

^ 25,492, 570 38
44,075. 00
34,134,471.32

5, 284, 5n. 78
12,400.00
2, 985,998.33

30,777, 088.16
56, 475. 00
37,120,469. 85

40,218,247.25

277, 930,162. 79

---. ^237,713,915.54
> 178,773,30O 32
•

209, 527,358. 29

^ 58,94a 615. 22

Balance

30,754,057. 97
9,462,180 28

88,402,804. 50

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

June 30,1972

Assets

Investments in public debt securities:
Special issues, foreign service retirement fund
series maturing June 30:
Treasury notes:
4% of 1973
4% of 1974
4%ofl975
--.
6M%0fl978
75^%ofl977
6>g%ofl978
5^%ofl979
------6^% of 1980
Treasury bonds:
4%ofl976
-4%ofl977
4% of 1978
4%ofl979
4% of 1980
4%ofl981
4% of 1982
4%ofl983
Total investments
Undisbursed balance
-Total assets

----

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease (—)

$3,017,00000
3,017,00a00
3,017,00000
5,082,00000
6,721.000.00
4,454,00000
9,125,00000

.
.
.
.
.

3,017,00000
3,017,00000
3,017,ooa00
3,017,00000
3,017,00a00
3,017,00000
3,017,0Ca0O
3,017,00000

-$3,017, O O 00 .
O
-2,182,000.00

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

11,192,000 00

58,569,000 00
371,815.22
58,940,615.22

June 30,1973

$835,000.00
3,017, O O 00
O
5,082,000.00
6,721, O O 00
O
4,454, O O 00
O
9,125,000, 00
11,192, O O 00
O
3,017, O O 00
O
3,017, ooa 00
3,017, O O 00
O
3, 017, O O 00
O
3,017, O O 00
O
3,017, 000, 00
3,017, O O 00
O
3,017,000. 00

5, 993, OOO CO
3,469,189,28

64, 562,000. 00
3,840,804. 50

9,462,189. 28

88,402,804.50

r Revised,
1 Beginning J u l y 1, 1961, appropriarions are n o t m a d e directly t o t h e fund. Instead, i n accordance w i t h
t h e act a p p r o v e d Sept, 8, 1980 (22 U . S . C . 1071(a)), t h e e m p l o y i n g agency c o n t r i b u t e s (from appropriations
or funds from which t h e salaries are paid) a m o u n t s equal to t h e deductions from employees salaries.




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19 73 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 71.—Highway trustfund, June 30, 1973

[This t r u s t fund was established in accordance w i t h t h e provisions of section 209(a) of t h e H i g h w a y R e v e n u e
A c t of 1958 (23 U . S . C . 120 note)]
L

RECEIPTS

AND

EXPENDITURES

(EXCLU.DING

INVESTMENT

Cumulative
through
J u n e 30,1972
Receipts:
Excise taxes: i
Gasohne 2
Diesel a n d special m o t o r fuels
Tires 2
Tread rubber 2
T r u c k s , buses, a n d trailers 2
T r u c k use
Inner tubes 2
O t h e r tires
P a r t s a n d accessories for t r u c k s , buses, etcL u b r i c a t i n g oils
T o t a l taxes
Transfer t o l a n d a n d w a t e r
fund
Gross taxes

TRANSACTIONS)

Fiscal year 1973

$42, 546, 583, 980.85
2,419,624, 803.77
6,012,102, 450.12
353,783, 799.68
5,714, 586, 621.88
1,435,933, 791.55
330,983, 301.94
272,718, 179.33
509,287, 561.77
582,785, 358.83

""i63,'727,'656.'67'
99,345,672.86

$48, 525,208, 814. 56
2,75a 783, 325. 38
6,732,873, 14a 21
385,247, 017.39
a 101,086, 468.37
1, 597, 518, 824.33
359,788, 378.40
272,718, 179.33
613,015, 217.84
882,131 031. 69

60,178,369,829. 52

5,847, 956,183. 98

68,026,325,993. 50

205,800, 000.00

30,000,000.00

235,800,000.00

59,972,589,82a 52

5,817,956,163.98

85,790,525,993.50

1,439,609,983.09

102, 286,815.04

1, 541, 986,798.13

344,022, 729.02
103,007.84
97,4ia90
86,65a 55
-640.38

24,809,998.44

368,832, 725. 48
103,007.84
97,416.90
86,85a 55
- 6 4 a 38

19,321,039.49
6,084, 594.07

127,075,420.06
174,820, 838.47

$3,978,624,853.91
337,138,521.61
720,770,690.09
31,483,217.71
386,479,844.49
161, 582,832.78
28,803,074.46

conservation
---

D e d u c t — r e i m b u r s e m e n t to general f u n d refund of tax receipts:
Gasoline used on farms- G a s o h n e for n o n h i g h w a y purposes or local
transit systems
Gasohne, other
Tires a n d t r e a d r u b b e r
T r u c k s , buses, a n d trailers
Floor stock taxes
L u b r i c a t i n g oils n o t used i n h i g h w a y
m o t o r vehicles
Light-duty trucks
T o t a l refunds of taxes
N e t taxes
I n t e r e s t on i n v e s t m e n t - - Miscellaneous interest
A d v a n c e s from general fund
Less r e t u r n of a d v a n c e s to general fund
R e i m b u r s e m e n t from general fund
N e t receipts

.
.
.
.

107, 754,380. 57
188,738,244.40
2,060,479,771.99

152, 502,445.04

2,212,982,217.03

57,912,090,057.53
703,686,105.89
269,136.68
489,000,000.00
489,000,000.00
15,097,772.00

5,685,453,718.94
246,740,126.02

63, 577,543,778.47
950,428,231.91
269,136. 68
489,000,000. 00
489,000,000.00
15,097,772.00

5,912,193,844.96

84,543,338,917.60

.
.
.
.

58,631,143,072.10

Expenditures:
Highway program:
R e i m b u r s e m e n t to general fund
$501,018,553.13 .
F e d e r a l A i d H i g h w a y A c t of 1956
53,562, .588,639.80 $4,729,538,992. 81
P e n t a g o n road n e t w o r k
2,244,625.94
484, 75
Right-of-way revolving fund
53,156,467. 86
24,904,245,26
. Forest Highways
186,905,15
N a t i o n a l H i g h w a y Traffic Safety A d m i n istration
12,936,000.00
50,808,870, 54
T r u s t fund share o t h e r h i g h w a y p r o g r a n i s .
3,031,334.00
5,596,882.67
T o t a l h i g h w a y prograni
Services of D e p a r t m e n t of L a b o r (administ r a t i o n a n d enforcement of labor s t a n d ards).
I n t e r e s t on a d v a n c e s from general fund
Total expenditures
Balance
F o o t n o t e s ac end of table.




Cumulative
through
J u n e 30,1973

54,134,955. 620 73

4,811,036,161.18

$501,018,553.13
58,292,107,632.81
2,245, n o 69
78,080,713.12
186,905.15
63,744,870 54
8,627,990 67
58,945,991,781. 91
388,225. 00
6,288,481. 44

368,225.00 .
6,288,481.44 .
54,141,812,327.17

4,811,036,181.18

58,952,648,488.35

4,489,530,744.03

1,101,157,683.78

5,590,888,428. 71

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
T A B L E 71.—Highway trustfund, J u n e 30, 1973—Continued
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
Investments in pubhc debt securities:
Special issues. Treasury certificates of indebtedness, highway trust fund series
maturing June 30:
5% of 1973
6% of 1974
Total investments.
Undisbursed balance

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease ( - )

June 30,1972

$4,456,381,000 00 -$4,456,381,000 00
•.
5,550,051, ooa 00

June 30,1973

$5,550,051,000.00

1,093,670,000.00
7,487,683.78

5,550,051,000 00
40,637.428.71

4,489,530,744.93

Total assets

4,456,381,000 00
33,149,744.93

1,101,157,683.78

5,590,888,428.71

1 Amounts equivalent to specified percentages of receipts from 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 fund on the basis of estimates by the Secretary of the Treasury, with proper adjustments to be made
in subsequent transfers as required by section 209(c) of the Highway Revenue Act of 1958, 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 fioor stocks taxes.
TABLE

7 2 . — J u d i c i a l survivors annuity fund,

J u n e 30, 1973

[This fund was estabhshed in accordance with the provisions of the act of Aug. 3, 1956 (28 U.S.C. 376(b))]
I. R E C E I P T S A N D E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS)
Cumulative
through
June 30,1972
Receipts:
Deductions from salaries and contriburions
Interest and profits on investments

Fiscalyear 1973

Cumulative
through
June 30,1973

Balance

$1,589,168.81
359,867,14

$14,851,994.28
2,094,250 79

14,997,20012

1,949,035.95

16,946,245.07

7,754,582. 71

1,043,443.22

8,798,025.93

7,242,620 41

Total receipts
Expenditures:
Annuity payments, refunds, etc

$13,282,825.47
1,734,383.65

905,592,73

8,148,21014

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
Investments in public debt securities:
Pubhc issues:
Treasury notes:
55^% Series B-1974
8% Series B-1975
7% Series D-1975
73^% Series C-1978
7M% Series B-1977
8% Series A-1977
8% Series B-1978
6M% Series A-1978
834% Series A-1979
Treasury bonds:
4% of 1973
43^% of 1973
3K%ofl974
434% of 1974
434% of 1975-85
334 % Of 1978-83
33^%ofl980.
4% of 1980
--63^% of 1982
8^% of 1984
83^% of 1988
434% of 1987-92—
43^% of 1989-94
3 ^ % of 1990
..-6^% of 1993
3% of 1995
-.
3H% of 1998
7% of 1998
-...-.----Total in vestmentsUndisbursed balance
Total assets..




June 30,1972

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease (—)

$660,000. 00
293, 000. 00

$680,000,00 .
293,000 00 .
240,000,00 .
40,000. 00 .
155,00000 .
395,000. 00 .
359,000. 00 .
148, 000 00 .

240, ooa 00

$191,000 00
225,00000 .
70,000 00 .
169,000 00
494,000 00 .
755, 000 00 .
545,50O 00 .
306,500. 00 .
664,000 00 .
236, 000. 00 .

June 30, 1973

40, 000.00
155,000 00
395,000.00
359,000 00
148,000. 00
191, 000 00
225,000 00
70, 000 00

-169,000 00 .

195,000 00

494,000.00
755,000. 00
545,50O 00
306,500. 00
864,000. 00
236,000 00
416, ooa 00
239,000. 00
722, O O 00
O
167,000 00
188,500. 00
281, O O 00
O
51,000. 00
113,50O 00
195,000 00

7,234,000, 00
8, 626,41

914,000 00
-8,407.27

, 148,000. 00
21a 14

7,242,628. 41

905,592.73

< 148,21a 14
,

239,000, 00 .
722,00000 .
187,000 00 .
188,500 00 .
51,000, 00 .
113,500 00

418,000 00

281,000. 00

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T A B L E 73.—Library of Congress trust funds, J u n e 30, 1973

W
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[Estabhshed 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]

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Permanent loan account
Funds on deposit with Treasurer of the
United States
June 30,1972

Name of donor:
Babine, Alexis V
Benjamin, Wilham E .
Bowker, Richard R . . .
Carnegie Corporation of New York.
Coohdge, E l i z a b e t h s . . .
'.'.'.'.'.'.
Elson, Louis C . memorial fund
Feinberg, Lenore B. and Charles fund
Friends of Music in the Library of Congress.....
Guggenheim, Daniel
Hanks, Nymphus Corridon
Hunrington, Archer M
Koussevitzky Music Foundation, Inc
Longworth, Nicholas, Foundation




$6,684.74 .
83,083.31 .
14,843.15 .
93 307.98
804i444!26 '.
12,585.03 .
1,000.00
9,984.09
90,854.22
5,227.31
260,577.66
208,099.41
10,691.59

Fiscal 1973

June 30,1973

$6,684. 74
83,083.31
14,843.15
93,307.98
804,444.28
12,585.03

$375.00

1, ooa 00
10,359,09
90,654.22
5,227.31
280, 577.68
208, 099.41
208,099.41
10, 691, 59

Interest at 4 percent paid by U.S.
Treasury
Cumulative
through
June 30.1972

$9,353. 25
82,868.63
11,201.22
128,027.38
622,751.37
13,664.11
95.91
7,5ia 31
122,931.38
3,438.66
267,047.49
154,209.15
12,818.84

Fiscal 1973

$267.39
3,323,34
593. 72
3,732.32
32,177.78
503.40
40 00
409.77
3, 626.16
209.10
10,423.10
8,323.98
427. 66

Income from donated securities, etc.

y ^

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S3
K!

Cumulative Cumulative
through
through
June 30,1972 June 30,1973

$a62a62
8a 191. 97
11,794.94
131,75a 70
654,92a 15
14,167.51 .135.91
7,92a09
126,557.54

$1,785.58
4a 744.50
8,024.80
37,838,36
131,904.76
318,22
32,75a 36

3.647.76
277,47a 59
182,533,13

571,764,00

13,24a50

757,02

Fiscal 1973

-..-

-

Cumulative
through
June 30,1973

-.

-.-

$1,785.58
49,744.50
8,024,80
37,838.36
131,904.76
318.22
32,75a 36

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^

i $25,307. 95

597,071.95

757,02

McKim fund
Miher, Dayton C
20,548.18.National Library for the Bhnd, Inc
36.015.00
PenneU. Joseph
--- 303,25a46 . . - Porter, Henry K., memorial fund
- 290,50a00
Robertsfund
62.703.75-Scala, Norman P., memorial fund
-92,228.85-Sonneck memorial fund
12,088,13
Stern memorial fund
27,548,58
Whlttah. Gertrude C :
Collection of Stradivari instruments and
Tourtebows -1,538,609.44
Poetryfund
414,898.20
General hterature...
-- 393,27059
Appreciation and understanding of good
literature
1.5aOOaOO
Wilbur, James B
:
305,813.57

-

-

-...

-.

20,548.18
36.015.00
303,25a48
290,500,00
62.703.75
92,228,85
12,088.13
27,548,58

22,584,57
28,34a07
377,17a58
301,008,04
53.113.73
21,053.52
16,38a34
8,847.77

l,538,80a44 1,174,783.35
414.698.20
167.80a38
393,27a59
221,743,58
150,000.00
305,813.57

109,898.31
423,388.24

82L92
l,44a60
12,13a02
ll,62a00
2,508,16
3,68ai8
483.52
1,101,94

23,40a49
2a78a67
389,30a60
312,628.04
5.5,621.89
24,742.69
16,872,86
9,74a 71

61,544.38 1,236,327.73
16,587.92
184,388.30
15,731,18
237,474.78
8,00a00
12,232.56

115,898.31
435,62a80

141,798.60
412,50

34,645.32

85,487.80
25,36a03
4,42a73
75.00

176,443.92
412.50
85,487.80
25,36a03

4,42a73
75.00

3,382.00

3,382.00

2,188.26

2,168.26
-...

Balances in the accounts

5,248,460 50
5,248,460 50

375.00 5,248.841.50 4,361.854.18
..r 4,054,527.28
2375.00 5,248,841.50
.

f Revised.
1 Includes income from secuiities 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.




^307,320 92

209,94a 08 4,571,803.28 a1,205,384.61
207,847.69 4,262,374.95 , 088,305.90
2,101.39

309,428.31

r 117,058.71

107,345.09

03

,—:—
Donarions and investment income
Experiditures from investment income

107,345.09

H

59,953.27
58,76a57

1,265,317.88
1,145,075.47

3,183.70

120,242.41

NOTE.—Above table does not include $11,000 face amount UST secmities representing
bequest to the "Katie and Walter Louchheim F u n d " donations. Also does not include
securities received from the bequest of the late Leonora Jackson McKim Estate consisting of various stocks, notes, and bonds listed by the probate court at an appraised
or carrying value of $873,000.00.

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19 73 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
T A B L E 74.—National service life insurance fund, J u n e 30, 1973

[This trust fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the act of Oct. 8,1940 (38 U.S.C. 720).
For further details, see Annual Report of the Secretary for 1941, p. 143]
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 IN
F E D E R A L AND N O N - F E D E R A L SECURITIES)
Cumulative
through
June 30, 1972
Receipts:
Premiums and other receipts
Interest on investments
Payments from general fund

Cumulative
through
June 30,1973

-

$14,848,331, 640.09
6,136,405,926.99
4,790,736,437.31

$486, 698,724.32
308,959,365.39
2,378,698.62

$15,135,028,373.41
5,445,365, 291.38
4,793,115,133.93

24,575,474,012.39

798,034,786.33

25,373, 508,798.72

18,099,488,889.02

518,896,882.14

18,618,384,771.18

6,475,985,123.37

Total receipts
Expenditures:
Beneflt payments, dividends, and refunds...
Balance

Fiscal year 1973

279,138,904.19

6,755,124,027. 58

n . 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

Investments in public debt securities:
Special issues, national service hfe insurance
fund series, maturing June 30:
Treasurynotes:
6>^%ofl976
8>4%ofl976
73^% of 1977
5 ^ % of 1978
5>^%ofl979
---.
8)^% of 1980
-Treasury bonds:
3% of 1973
3 ^ % of 1973
3 ^ % Of 1973
3% of 1974
-3 ^ % of 1974
354% of 1974
3 ^ % of 1975
-.-3 ^ % of 1976
33/g%ofl976
334% of 1976
-35^% Of 1976
-334% Of 1977
3 ^ % of 1977
3 ^ % of 1978
3 ^ % Of 1978
3 ^ % of 1979
3 ^ % of 1980
434% of 1981
---Total special issues
Investments in agency secmities:
Government National Mortgage Association
participation certiflcates:
Federal assets hquidation trust:
6.20% of 1977
Federal assets flnance trust:
63^% of 1978
---.-.
a45%ofl988..-..
6.20% of 1988
Total agency securiries
Total investments
Undisbursed balance
Total assets




June 30,1972

$332,697,000.00
305,419,000,00
589, 007, ooa 00
1,091,044,000 00
481,013,000 00
-

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease ( - )

$666,100,000.00

379,000,000.00
6,946, ooa 00
7,873, ooa 00
37aooaooaoo
6,948,000,00
7,873,d0a00
6,946,00a00
386,873, ooa 00
343,149. ooa 00
43. 724. ooa 00
6.948,000,00
386,307, ooa 00
7,512,OOaOO
298,259,000,00
95,560,000,00
393,819,000.00
393,819,000,00
225,452,000 00

-379,000,000 00
-6,946,000.00
-7,873,000.00

6,155,084,000,00

272, 281, ooa 00

June 30, 1973

$332,597,000.00
305,419, ooa 00
569,007, ooa 00
1,091,044,000.00
481,013, ooa 00
666,100,000.00

379, 000, 000. 00
8,946, 000.00
7,873, 000.00
6,946. 000,00
386,873, 000.00
343,149, 000.00
43,724, 000,00
6,948, 000.00
386,307, 000.00
7. 612, ooa 00
298, 259, 000.00
95, 560. coa 00
393,819, 000.00
393,819, 000.00
225,462, 000.00
6,427,365,000.00

$75,000,000 00

75, 000,000. 00

100,000, ooa 00
35,000,000,00
100,000,000 00

100,000,000.00
36,000,000. 00
100,000,000,00

310,000,000.00

310,000,000.00

6,485,084,000.00
10,901,123.37

272,281,000.00
8,857,904.19

6,737,365, OOa 00
17, 759,027. 58

6,475,986,123.37

279,138, 904.19

6,755,124,027. 56

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
TABLE 75.—Pershing Hall Memorial fund, June 30, 1973

(This special fund was estabhshed in accordance with the provisions ofthe act of June 28,1935, as amended
(36 U.S.C. 491). For further details, see Annual Report of the Secretary for 1941, p. 155]
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, 1972
Receints:
Appropriations
Profits on investments
Net increase in book value of bonds
Interest earned

Fiscal year 1973

Cumulative
through
June 30,1973

$482,032.92
5,783.21
12,000.35
211,308.88

Balance

.---

718,510,36

7,385,00

288,629.70
215, OOL 38

498,246.08

Total expenditures

7,385.00

288,629.70
207,616.38

Expenditures:
Claims and expenses
National Treasurer, American Legion..

$7,385.00

711,125.36

Total receipts

$482,032.92
5,783,21
12,000,35
218,693,88

7,385,00

503,631.08

214,87a 28

214,879,28

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
Investments in pubhc debt securities:
Public issues*
Treasury bonds, 33^% of 1990
Undisbursed balance
Total assets




June 30,1972

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease ( - )

$2ii,ooaoo
3,87a28
214,87a28

-..----

June 30,1973

$2ii,ooaoo
----

3,87a28
214,879.28

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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 76.—Railroad retirement account, June 30, 1973

[This trust account was estabhshed in accordance with the provisions of the act of June 24, 1937 (45 U.S.C.
2280(a)). For further details, see Annual Report ofthe 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 TRANSACTIONS IN
F E D E R A L AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES)
Cumulative
through
June 30, 1972

Fiscal year 1973

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1973

Receipts:
Tax collections:
Appropriated i
$19,335,583,728.55 $1,185,439, 620 28 $20,501,003,354. 83
Unappropriated
152,538.66
11,747,342.41
11,899,88L07
Less refunds of taxes 2
^ 2,385,230 60
703,894.58
3,088,934.18
Fines and penalties
1,713.47
1,713.47
Interestand profitson investments...- 3,218,953,181.52
25a794,189.49
3,478,747,351.01
Payments from Federal old-age and survivors and Federal disabihty insurance 3 . . . 8,699,108,000. C
O
802,457, O O 00
O
7,501,565,000.00
Payments to Federal hospital insurance trust
fund
- -301,933,00000
-61,222,00000
-363,155,000.00
RaUroad unemployment insurance account:
Interest on advances
-.91,791,292.00
2,244,590 89
94,035,882.89
Repayment of advances
--806,051,000.00
78,909,000.00
884,960,000.00
Total receipts

^ 29,847,303, 214. 60

Expenditures:
Benefit payments, etc
' 23,948,886,230 80
Administrarive expenses 4
232,291,995.65
Payments to raihoad unemployment insurance account
26,908,043.00
Federal old-age and survivors and Federal
disability insurance trust funds:
Payments
28,831,000.00
Interest payments
35,393,000.00
Advances to railroad unemployment insurance account
858,051,000 00
Interest on refunds of taxes
110,217.48

2, 258,666,034.49

32,105,989,249.09

2,338,444,038.92
20,332,385.06

26,287,330,275.72
252,824,380 71

5,572,000 00

32,480,043.00

..-

26,831,00a00
35,393,OOa00
890,850, OOa 00
127,792.89

^ 25,126,471,492.93

2,398,964,999.39

27,525,436,492,32

'2,160,05032
^ 4,722,991,780 99

Total expenditures:
Transfer from raihoad retirement supplemental
account
Balance

34,599,000,00
17,575.41

506,895,26
-139,792,06064

2,668,954,58
4,583,19a 711,35

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

June 30, 1972

Investments in pubhc debt securities:
Special issues, raihoad retirement series,
maturing June 30:
Treasury notes:
4^%ofl974
5M%0fl975
63^% of 1976
7M%0fl977
83^%ofl978
6K%ofl979
8M%ofl980
Total special issues
Footnotes at end of table.




-

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease (—)

$122,204,000.00
482,823,000.00
647,948, ooa 00
847,447,000 00
819,501,000,00
798,856,000,00
-..

-$122,264,000 00
-482,623,000.00
-395,470,000 00
.--

3,718,639,000 00

7,261,000.00

1,007,618,000 00

June 30, 1973

$252,478,000 00
847,447,000,00
819,601, OOa C
O
798,856, OOa 00
1,007,618,000 00
3,723,900, OOa 00

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
TABLE

76.—Railroad

retirement

account,

June

30,

1973—Continued

IL ASSETS I I 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 securities—Con.
Pubhc issues:
Treasury notes:
5 ^ % Series A-1975
6% Series A-1975
7% Series D-1975
-.-634% Series A-1978
--73^% Series C-1976
7 ^ % Series B-1977
6% Series B-1978
8K% Series A-1978
63^% Series A-1979
Treasury bonds:
33^% of 1974
434% of 1975-85
33^%ofl980
----4%ofl980
6^% of 1984
334% of 1985
-63^% of 1986
434% Of 1987-92
---4% of 1988-93
43/g% of 1989-94
-..33^% of 1990
3%ofl9953K%ofl998
Total pubhc issues
Investments in agency securities:
Government National Mortgage Association
participation certificates:
Federal assets liquidation trust:
6.20%ofl977
Total agency securiries
Total investnients
Undisbursed balance
Total assets....

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease ( - )

June 30, 1972

14,000,00a00
7,000,00a00
8,500,OOa00
51,000,00aC0
89,00O,00aC0
35,000,000 00
33,500,00a00
85,500,000 00

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

-14,000, ooa 00 .

20,700, ooa 00
156,700, ooa 00
47,281,000.00 .
6,000,00a00 .
125, 550, ooa 00 .
.-8, 900, ooa 00 .
20,000,000 00 .
14,000,ooa00 .
8,000, ooa 00 .
13,100, ooa 00 .
38, 925, ooa 00 .
3,200,00a00 .
31,550,00000 .

-158,700, ooa 00 .

'i56,'666,"666,'66'

June 30,1973

7,000, ooa 00
8,500, ooa 00
51, 000, 000.00
89,000, 000. 00
35,000, 000.00
33.500. 000.00
85.500, 000.00
20,700, 000.00
47, 281, 000.00
6,000, ooa 00
125, 550, ooa 00
150,000, 000.00
6,900. ooa 00
20,000, 000. 00
14,000, ooa 00
6,000, ooa 00
13,100, ooa 00
38,925, oca 00
3, 200, 000, 00
31,550, 000.00

792,686, OOa 00 .

792, 686, 000, 00

50,000,000.00 .

50,000,000, 00

50,000,000 00 .

50, 000, 000. 00

4,559,325, OOO 00
' 163, 686,78a 99

7, 261, ooa 00
-147,053,08a 84

4, 588,586, 000, 00
16,813,711.36

'4,722,991,780 99

-139,792,06a 64

4, 583,199,7n. 35

• Revised,
•
1 Includes the Government's contriburion for creditable mililary service under the act of Apr, 8,1942, as
amended by the act of Aug. 1, 1956 (45 U.S.C. 228c-l(n)(p)), Effecrive July 1, 1951, appropriarions ofreceipts are equal to the amount of taxes deposited in the Treasury (less refunds) under the Railroad Retirement Tax Act (26 U,S,C. 3201-3233).
2 The result of reclassification, prior to 1967 was included in "Unappropriated."
3 Pursuant to act of June 24,1937 (46 U.S.C. 228e(k)).
4 Beginning Aug. 1, 1949, paid from the trust fund under ritle IV, act of June 29, 1949 (45 U.S.C. 228p)
and subsequent annual appropriations acts.


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19 73 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 77.—Railroad retirement holding account, June 30, 1973

1. 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 30,1972
Receipts:
Appropriated tax collections
Interest and profits on investments

Cumulative
through
June 30,1973

$3,104,000 00
30,000.00

$3,742,00a00
43,000,00

651,00a00

3,785,000 00

3,134,00000

...-

$638,000 00
13,000.00

3,134,000.00

Total receipts
Expenditures:
Benefit payments, etc
Balarice

Fiscal year 1973

651,00000

3,785,00a00

IL ASSETS H E L D BY T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E TREA,SURY
Assets

June 30,1972

Investments in public debt securities:
Special issues, railroad retirement series, maturing
June 30:
Treasury cei'tificates of indebtedness:
5 ^ % of 1973
8M%of 1974
Total investments
Undisbursed balance
Total assets

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease ( - )

$3,134,00a00

-$3,134,000.00
3,785,00a00

-

-

-$3,785,000 00

651,00000

3,134,000.00
--

June 30, 1973

3,785,00a00
3,785,000.00

3,134,000 00

651,000 00

TABLE 78.—Railroad retirement supplemental account, June 30, 1973
[The trust fund was estabhshed in accordance with the provisions of the act of Oct. 30,1966 (45 U.S.C. 228o
(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)
Cumulative
through
June 30,1972
Receipts:
Tax cohections:
Appropriated
Interest and profits on investments

---

Fiscal year 1973

- - -, $272,229,93a 39
5,968,442.93

Total receipts

278,198,373.32

Expenditures:
Benefit payments

-

Cumulative
through
June 30,1973

$88,976,409. 77
1,798,387.99

$361,206,34a 16
7,766,830 92

90,774,797.76

368,973,171.08

248,992,582.02

327,581,622,27

-506,895. 28

-2,668,954. 58

29,045,751.98

Balance

327,581,622. 27

80,589,08a 25

-2,160,059.32

Transfer to Railroad rerirement account-

80,589,060 25

246,992,582.02

Total expenditures

0,878,842.25

38,724,594.23

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

June 30,1972

Investments in pubhc debt securities:
Special issues, railroad retirement series, maturing June 30:
Treasury certificates of indebtedness:
5i^%of 1973
.--8M%of 1974
Total investments
Undisbursed balance-Total assets




-

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease (—)

$22,318, ooa 00 -$22,318,000.00
---38,531,ooa 00
22,318,000.00
a 727,751. 98
20,045,751.98

16,213,000 00
- a 534,157.75
a878,842.25

June 30, 1973

$38,531,000 00
38,531,000 00
193,594.23
38,724.594.23

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265

TABLE 79.— Unemployment trustfund, June 30, 1973
[This trust fund was established in accordance with the provisions of Sec. 904(a) Social Security Act of
Aug. 14, 1935 (42 U.S.C. 1104). For further details see Annual Report ofthe 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 TRANSACTIONS IN
F E D E R A L AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES)
Cumulative
through
June 30,1972

Fiscal year 1973

Cumulative
through
June 30,1973

$138,024,733.38
82,203,887,561. 21

$4,834,191,927.19

$138,024,733.38
66,837,879,488.40

7,258,199,644.01
26,728,84ai9

448,508,3ia 59
5,582,07a35

7,704,707,954.80
32,310,9ia54

69,628,640,778.79

5,086,282,317.13

74,712,923,095.92

61,533,407,980 94

4,410,626,590 67

65,944,034,58a 81

61,533,407,98a 94

4,410,626,59a 87

65,944,034,58a 81

STATE UNEMPLOYMENT ACCOUNTS

Receints:
Appropriarions from general fund i
Deposits by States
Iriterest earned:
Collected
Accrued
----

-

Total receipts
Expenditures:
Withdrawals by States--Advances to States
Total expenditures
Transfers:
From employment security administration Account (1958 Act)
To the railroad unemployment insurance
accourU
From Federal unemployment account
From Federal extended compensation account (reimbursement)
To Federal unemployment account
From Federal extended unemployment
account
Net transfers

<
-

Balance

21,858,328.13

2 83a 90

107,226,931.89
303,265, O O 00
O

..27,700, OOa 00

46,282,805.47
220,021,380 20

-

21,65ai68.03
107,228,931.89
330,965, O O 00
O
46,282,805.47
220,021,380 20

930,905,561.18

292,403,732.24

974,863,370 69

320,104,572.14

1,223,309,293.42
1,294,987,948.83

9,068,098,174.54

995,760,28a 80

10,063,856,484.14

3,057,772,560 59

118,143,540 88

3,175,918,113.47

858,051,00a00

34,599,00a00

890,650,000 00

RAILROAD UNEMPLOYMENT INSUR.VNCE
ACCOUNTS
BENEFIT P A Y M E N T S ACCOUNT

Receiuts:
Deposits by Railroad Rerirement B o a r d - - .
Advances from the raUroad retirement
account
-From the railroad unemployment insurance
administration fund
Advance by the Secretary of Treasury
Interest earned:
Collected
.-.
Accrued
Total receipts
Experiditures:
Benefit payments
To the raihoad unemployment insurance
administrarion fund
-.Repayment of advances to railroad rerirement account
-Repayment of advance to the Secretary of
theTreasury
Repayment of advances from general fund
for temporary unemployment compensarionbenefits
Payment of interest on advances from railroad rerirement account
Total expenditures
Transfers:
To the raUroad unemployment insurance
administi-ation fund 3
From State unemployment furids
From the raUroad unemployment insurance
administi'ation fund ^
Net transfers
Balance -.
Footnotes at end of part I.




106,187, lOa 00
15,000,000.00 - - -

106,187,190 00
15,000, OOa 00

222,507,492.09
27,5ia68

97,88a59
1,223.78

222,805,381.88
28,734.44

4,257,545,768.34

152,841,66a 25

4,410,387,428.59

3,430,515,881.29

72,826,96a 40

3,503,342,85a 69 .

78,909, ooa 00

884,96a O O 00
O

12,338,198.54 -.806,051,000 00

12,338,198.54

15,000,00000

15,000,00000

10,398,502.24

19,398,502.24

90,396,60022

2,244,59089

92,641,191.11

4,373,700,272.20

153,980,56a 29

4,527,680,832.58

3,464,907.48
107,226,931.89

3,484,997.48
107,226,931.89
467,950 86

17,089,903. 25

120,383,881.00

467,956. 68

120,851,837.86

4, 229,377. 05

-870,943.38

3,558,433. 67

16,621,946. 50

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19 73 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 79.— Unemployment trustfund, June 30, 1973—Continued

I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS I N
F E D E R A L AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES)—Conrinued
Cumulative
through
June 30,1972

Fiscal year 1973

Cumulative
through
J une 30,1973

RAILROAD UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE

ACCOUNTS—Continued
ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSE FUND

Receipts:
Deposits by Railroad Retirement Board
Adjusted for prior year (unexpended balance)
Interest earned:
Collected
-..
Accrued
Total

receipts

Expenditures:
Administrarive expenses
Transfers:
From railroad unemployment insurance
account 3
To railroad unemployment insurance account ^
Net transfers
Balance

$119,308,615.71
7, 237,031. 36

$7,493,528.11

$128,802,143. 82
7,237,031.36

3,059,848.15
20,467.18

282,295. 76
3,529.18

3,342,143. 91
23,990 34

129,625,982. 40

7,779,353.03

137,405,315.43

110,235,782.70

7, 234,217. 38

117,470, ooa 08

16,621,940 59

487,956. 86

17,089,903. 25

13,156,94011

467,956. 66

13,824,905. 77

6, 233, 230 59

77,178. 99

6,3ia 409. 58

3,464,997. 48

3,464,997.48

FEDERAL EXTENDED COMPENSATION
ACCOUNT

Receipts:
Advances from general fund

5 814,094,450.04 . . .

Expenditures:
Temporary extended unemployment compensation payments
Repayment of advances from general fund..

767,050,055. 62
773 ,131,488.75

Total expenditures
Transfers:
From employment security administration
account
Reimbursement to State accounts
Net transfers

814,094,450. 04

-8,220 38
8, 226. 38

1,540,181,544.37

767,041,829, 24
773,139,715.13
1,540,181,544.37

772,369,89a 80 . .
46,282,805.47 . . .

772,369,899. 80
•4a 282,805. 47

726,087,094.33

726,087,094.33

Balance
EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
ACCOUNT

Receipts:
Transfers (Federal unemployment taxes):
Appropriated 6
Less refund of taxes
Advarice from general (revolving) fund
Less return of advances to general fund
Irrterest earned'
Collected
Accrued
Total receipts
Expenditures:
Administrative expenses to Department of
Labor
Salaries and expenses. Bureau of Employment Security
Grants to States for unemployment compensation and employment service administration
Payments to general fund:
Temporary unemployment compensariori—1958
Reimbursement for administrative expenses
Interest on advances from general (revolving) fund
Interest on refund of taxes

8,438,807,462.03
74,510,255.49
2,760,727,874.70
2,780,727,874. 70

1,315,263,228.48
18,771,68a 90

9,754,070,690 51
93,281,945.39
2,760,727,874.70
2,760,727,874.70

35,605,378.85
228,18a39

13,903,188.23
173,812.19

49,508,547,08
401,992.58

8,400,130,765.78

1,310,568,5ia 00

9,7ia 699,284. 78

196,979,951.75

27,748,523.73

224,728,475.48

6,306,881,682.24

814,173,845.13

7,121,055,527.37

24,505,812.62

116,724,43a 55

386,258.88

34,231,123.11
2,760,305. 97

868,814,440. 34

7,888,154,335. 22

6,221,85000

182,432,813.74
92,218,62093
34,231,123.11 . .
2,374,047.11
6,821,339,894.88

Footnotes at end of part I.




6,221,65a00

182,432,813.74

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

267

TABLE 79.— Unemployment trust fund, June 30, 1973—Continued
I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS IN
F E D E R A L AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES)-Continued
Cumulative
through
June 30,1972
EMPLOYMENT

SECURITY

Cumulative
through
June 30,1973

Fiscal year 1973

ADMINISTRATION

ACCOUNT—Continued
Transfers:
To State accounts
To Federal unemployment account:
Excess 6
Reduced tax credits:
Alaska
Michigan
-To Federal extended compensation accountTo extended unemployment compensation
account

$21,658,328.15

$839.90

150,421,55a 37

$21,659,168.03
150,421,550 37

1,382,411.44
15,381,202.36
772,389,899.80

.---

--.-

--

1,362,411.44
15,381,202.38
772,369,89a 80

Balance

--

358,308,642.86

193,053,064.92

551,361,707.78

1,319,502,04a 96

Net transfers

193,053,904.82

1,512,555,945.78

259,288,829,94

250,700,173,84

509,989,003,78

EXTENDED UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENS.\TION
ACCOUNT

Receipts:
Interest earned:
Collected
Accrued

--

Total receipts
From general fund
-.
From employment security administration account
'.
To State account
--Net transfers
Balance

1,720,283.93 ---2,532,13

-

l,722,79a06

1,720,263,93
2,532,13
l,722,79a06

573,457,823,79

148,297,727.02

719,755,55a 81

358,308,642.88
930,905,561.18

193,053,084.92
281,024,53a76

551,381,707.78
1,211,930,097.94

860,905.47

58,326,255.18

59,187,16a65

2,583,701.53

58,326,255,18

60,909.95a71

207,350,872.17
224,327,571,83
1,184,495, 57

27,325,018.79
341,607,13

207,350,872.17
251, 652,59a 62
1,508,102.70

432,842,939.57

27,686,625,92

480,509, 565,49

FEDERAL UNEMPLOYMENT ACCOUNT

Receipts:
Appropriarions from general fund i
Interest earned:
Collected
Accrued
Total receipts..
Expenditures:
To Bureau of Employment Security, Department of Labor
--—-Transfers:
To State unemployment accounts
From State unemployment accounts
From employment security admirustration
account—reduced tax credits
From employment security administration
account—excess ^
To employment security account
Net transfers
Balance

6,070,787, 08

8,070,787,08
303,265,000,00
220,021,388.20

27,700,000.00

16,743,813.80

330,965,000.00
220,021,386.20
16,743,813.80
205,982,488,97
55,560,932.60

205,982,488,97 . . .
55,560,932,60
83,921,556,37

27,700,000.00

56,221,558,37

510,693.708,88

-33,374,08

510.860.334,78

9,068,098,174.54

995,780,28a 60

10,063,858,464.14

4,229,377.05
6,233,23a 59

-870,943.38
77,178,99

3,558,433.67
8,310,40a58

259,288,829.94

250,700,173.84

509,989,003.78

SUMMARY OF BALANCES

State unemployment accounts...
RaUroad unemployment insurance accounts:
Benefit payments account
Administrative expense fund
Federal extended compensation account
Employment security administration account.
See footnotes at end of part I.




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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
T A B L E 7 9 . — Unemployment t r u s t f u n d , J u n e 30, 1 9 7 3 — C o n t i n u e d

I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S E X C L U D I N G INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS IN
F E D E R A L AND N O N - F E D E R A L SECURITIES—Conrinued
Cumulative
through
June 30, 1972

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1973

Fiscal year 1973

SUMMARY OF BALANCES—Continued

Extended unemployment compensation account
.--Fedei-al unemployment account

$2,583,701.53
5ia893,708.88

$60,909,950 71
5ia660,334.78

9,851,125,022.51

Total assets

$58,326,255.18
-33,374.08
1,304,159,58015

11,155,284,802.86

! Amounts appropriated to the unemployment trust fund prior to enactment ofthe Employment Security
Act of 1980 representing the excess of collections from Federal unemployment tax over employment security
expenses (42 U.S.C. 1101(b)).
2 Represents transfer of $562.58 to Indiana, and $277.32 to West Virginia.
3 Amount transferred pursuant to Pubhc Law 88-133, approved Oct. 5, 1963 (77 Stat. 219).
^ Represents the excess in the administrative expense funds transferred pursuant to sec. 11(d) of the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act (45 U.S.C. 381(d)).
5 Includes $38,274,280 88 not repayable to general fund pursuant to sec. 905(a) of the Social Security Act as
amended. •
6 Excludes unappropriated receipts of $22,843,978.74.
^ Represents excess in the employment security administration account transferred pursuant to 42 U.S.C.
1102.
^ ^
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 (ACCRUAL BASIS)

Assets

June 30,1972

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease (—)

June 30, 1973

Investments in pubhc debt securities:
Special issues, unemployment trust fund
series, maturing June 30:
Treasury certificates of indebtedness:
5% of 1973
--- $7,185,888,000 00 -$7,185,888,00a 00
5M%of 1974--:
----- 8,330,098,000.00
Total special issues
Pubhc issues:
Treasury notes:
5 ^ % Series B-1974
-5M% Series A-1974
5M% Series A-1975..
.-53^% Series C-1975.
6% Series B-1975
" 7% Series D-1975
634% Series A-1978-..63^% Series B-1976
73^% Series C-1976
7M% Series B-1977--8% Series A-1977
6% Series B-1978
634% Series A-1978
63^7o Series A-1979
Treasury bonds:
4% of 1973
---43^% of 197333^% of 1974
43/g%ofl974
434%ofl974
434% of 1975-85
334% of 1978-83
4% of 1980
33^% of 1980
-334% of 1985
83^% of 1986
434% of 1987-92
4% of 1988-93
-




-.

-..

-----.-

-.---

..

7,185,886, OOa 00

44,900,00a00
354,300, OOa 00
68,150,00a00
1,700,000,00
3,000,00a00
10,000,000.00
19,000,00a00
I,000,00a00
37,450,00a00
3,000,00a00
134,250,000.00
138,500,OOa00
50,500,00a00
--48,000,ooa 00
9,000, ooa 00
16,000,000 00
127,000,000.00
2,840,000.00
32,7ia00a00
53,050,000 00
106, ooa O O 00
O
53,000,000 00
14,000,000 00
100,000, ooa 00
108,490, ooa 00
17,500,000 00

$8,330,098, OOa 00

1,144,212,000 00

-354,300, OOa 00
-88,150,000.00
--:....
--.
---

---

438,450,000 00
-.-16,000,000 00

8,330,098,000 00

44,900,OOa00
l,700,00a00
3,000,00a00
lO.OOaOOaOO
laOOaOOOOO
l,000,OOaOO
37,450,00a00
3,00a00a00
134,25a00a00
138,500,OOa 00
50,500,00a00
438,450,OOa 00
48,000,00a00
9,ooo,ooaoo
127,O0aO0aOO
2,640,00000
32,710,00a00
53,050,00000
108,000,000.00
53,00aO0aOO
14,000,OOa00
100,000, OOa 00
106,490,000 00
17,500,000 00

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
T A B L E 79.— Unemployment trust fund,

J u n e 30, 1973—Continued

IL ASSETS HELD B Y T H E DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY (ACCRUAL BASIS)—
Continued
J une 30, 1972

Assets

Investnients in pubhc debt securities—Con,
Pubhc issues—Continued
Treasury bonds—Continued
43^% of 1989-94
33^% of 1990
33^% of 1998
2 ^ % Investment Series B-1975-80
Total pubhc issues

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease (—)

$174,300,000 00 .
113,009,000 00 .
43,200,000, 00 .
745,000,000, 00 .

$174,300, ooa 00
113,009,000,00
43,200,000. 00
745,000,000.00

2,626,649,000 00 .

2,828,849,000.00

Total investments, par value
Unexpended balances:
Trust account
Railroad unemployment insurance accounts:
B enefit payments account
Administrative expense fund
Federal extended compensation account...
Employment security administration ac
count
Accounts receivable

9,812,535, O O 00
O

$1,144,212,000 00

10,956,747, ooa 00

18,087,610.89

102, 684,883. 94

118,752,494,83

633,118.71
158, 915.48

-178,989.40
135,782.62

456,14a 31
292,698.10

1,009, 907,85
80,000, 00

44,939,470 45
7,365, ooa 00

45,949,387.30
7,445, ooa 00

Subtotal
,
Accrued interest on investments.
Unamortized discount
Unamortized premium
Accrued interest purchased

9,830,482,552. 93
28,172,023, 96
-8,231,840 86
702, 286.48

1,299,160,176.61
8,102,251.61
-1,004,339,34
-98,508.73

11,129,642,72a 54
34,274,275.57
-9,236,18a 20
603,777.75

9,851,125,022.51

1,304,159,58015

11,155,284,602.86

Total assets




--

June 30, 1973

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T A B L E 79.— Unemployment trust fund, J u n e 30, 1973—Continued

o

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 1973, A N D B A L A N C E
J U N E 30, 1973
-^
O p e r a t i o n s in fiscal 1973
Balance
Balance
States a n d other a c c o u n t s
J u n e 30,1972
J u n e 30, 1973
Withdrawals
Earnings
Transfers
Deposits
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
Cahfornia
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of C o l u m b i a
Florida
Georgia
Hawah
Idaho
llhnois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Mirinesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
NewJersey
N e w Mexico
New York
N o r t h Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
P u e r t o Rico
Rhodelsland




.
:

.
.

-..

$106,394,707.61
34,905,492.18
131,468,174.95
45,069,907.08
887,922,188.67
103,940,752.32
28,358,421.25
22,856,084.54
61,980,814.95
289,482,238.76
375,367,593.60
25,888,28a 40
44,616,317.49
232, 895,39a 89
303,785,731.67
102,275,27a 15
89,883,173.58
169,911,870 30
118,360,977.77
14,837,256.43
141,284,167.53
155,035,922.90
341,127,764.83
70,284,87a68
86,694,023.43
224,113,084.47
22,253,608.52
50,884,49a27
27,061,704.78
47,999,65a89
187,014,551.23
37,795,804.98
1,174,161,173.65
432,743,735.95
11,711,48a28
593,430, n a 28
36,940,714.37
103,311,852,05
646,259,021.78
57,002,897.21
41,523,415.86

37,482,691.09
17,745,915.77
25,238,59a 38
27,626,905.29
738,444,932.76
19,338,000.00
107,956,275.58
18,918,074.80
17,257,791.59
61,407,791.00
56,670,882.31
23,924,863.75
14,645,473.47
277,409,573.40
74,404,677.35
30,488,434.93
43,642,352.21
48,150,000.00
49,396,263.23
27,882,794.78
53,676,517.00
249,550,148.09
340,817,837.89
86,855,000.00
l a 705,000. 00
65,298,004.37
9,849,115.00
16,625,940.00
22,961,000.00
11,388,274.78
292,440,000.00
14,179,977.01
609,830,033.84
55,550,000.00
10,196,000,00
188,061,888.07
34,716,000,00
51,149,8ia25
274,740, OOa 00
40,225,397.27
29,907,700.00

.

5,391,92a 73
l,865,2ia24
6,609, l i a 38
2,476,562.21 .
47,242,324.67
5,360,982.34
808.74
1,315,933.14
2,776,925.64
14,800,883.99
19,199,50a75
1,149,445.69
2,304,635.33
12,436,24a 89
15,699,674.65
5,207,221.55
3,979,285.80
8,525,16a 78
5,592,023.91
932,274.98
6,531,377.08
8,883,57a 42
19.086,852.39
3,727,384.04
4,567,363.43
11,123,931.48
1,109,814.38
2,591,9ia27
1,324,883.86
2,480,111,21
8,187,601,27
1,913,024.48
57,584,84a91
22,129,768.61
683,39a49
30,410,595.89
2,033,84a96
5,333,824.52
. 28,181,23a 51
1,939,202.75
1,775,547.54

1 498,816.80
^ 1,345, 29a 96
2 - 1 , 2 2 a 00
2 22,840, 540.70
2 410 50
3 41,838, 022,36
2 i a 50
440 50.
351, 50
1 14,477, 45
1 1,584, 945. 23
1 458, 169.00
1 2,247, 669. 25
4 488,7 i a 92
2 15,654.18
5 - 1 , 207.25
1 186. 50
38a 00
! 68, 421.17
1 1,570, 127.00
2 801, 23a 00
1 50,564, 022.98
2 5,711, 092.00
! 8. 608. ! 5.00
•968.49
486.25
•486.50
235.53
233.50
! 69,544, 348.64
1 1,730 00
! 47,922, 574.77
170 00
1 301,594.00
2 2,734.33
1 454, 836.50
2 1,200, 5 i a 32
2 6,683, 718.75
! 17,40a 103. 50
! 8,455, Oia 75

34,200, 900.00
17,558, 741.00
19,170, 000.00
20,320, 000.00
617,851, 148.56
16,490, 000.00
143,572, 731.88
9,368, 000.00
28,180, 000.00
37,560, 000.00
30,154, ooa 00
28,750, 000.00
11,978, 112.00
194,000, 000.00
45,400, 000.00
26,375, 000.00
20,18a 000.00
42,670, 000.00
60,288, 904.57
24,162, 532.00
65,925, 000.00
262,631, 994. 50
217, 635, 205. 65
70,418, 271.00
10,290, 995.20
72,465, 082.63
11,899, 383.00
15,175, 408.89
24,049, 938,02
7,985, 000.00
388,710, 459.80
13,225, 000.00
621,874, 016.44
29,350, 000.00
8,448, 151.00
120,138, 900.00
28,283, 000.00
48,130, 575.08
386,300, 000.00
78,039, 97a 00
45,468, 468.00

115, 567.245.23
38, 303.183.15
144, 142.673.87
54, 853,374. 58
1,078, 598.838.24
112, 150.151.16
34, 380.798.03
33, 723,875. 98
53, 815.978.88
328, 131,245. 25
421, 098,454.11
23, 755.544.07
50, 048,483.29
330, 988.883.43
348, 978,794. 59
111, 611, 58a 81
97, 123.804.14
183, 917,223.58
113, 126,746.34
21, 040,215.34
138, 368,188. 61
201, 381,870 91
489, 108.272.44
79, 057,084.70
100, 675, 396.86
228, 068,969.20
21, 758, 841.15
54, 928.451.15
28, 569, 888.15
53, 861, 270. 38
148, 458,039.34
40, 685.545.45
1, 267,
404, 608. 73
481, 073, 683.58
14, 444,328.77
891, 766, 237.37
47, 882,400.83
114, 865.228.08
569, 543.980.04
38, 533,621.73
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South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
...
Wyoming...:
Subtotals

172,818,02a 61
20,007,897.52
223,992,657.88
289,202,305.90
48,449,612.93
8,745,801.37
218,318,888.34
60,068,781.59
105,798,072.39
281,780,704.73
20,320,694.99

-

9,068,098,174.54

R a i l r o a d u n e m p l o y m e n t i n s u r a n c e accourits:
Benefits a n d refunds
A d m i n i s t r a t i v e expense fund
F e d e r a l u n e m p l o y m e n t accourit
E m p l o y m e n t security a d m i n i s t r a t i o n account
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 accourit

8,890, 803.45
1,023, 181. 73
11,803, 688.92
14, 284, 914. 78
2,388, 248. 64
253, 547. 81
10,980, 688. 90
637, 5 3 a 87
5,188, 255.05
13, 207, 7 i a 71
1,048, 037. 84

2 -441.00
5 - 4 2 . 00
2 2,661.00
21,688.37
2-1,491.00
! 928,095.15
2 -535.11
e 27,923,487. 68
1 1,132,394. 82
! 18,680 84
5 - 1 2 7 . 69

18, 710, ooa 00
3,425, 000.00
38,146, 330 78
69,000, 000.00
17,960, 000.00
14,484, 578.15
18,707, 000.00
172,474, 172. 01
26,130, 000.00
80,103, 614.55
2,833, ooa 00

197,548, 192. 08
21,438, 017.25
266, 709, 670, 84
309,594, 057,94
49,630, 368.57
2,857, 492.22
234,147, 022.13
37,072, 390 03
108,627, 722. 26
278,079, 643. 74
22,392, 080. 05

4,834,191,927.19

452,090,389. 94

7 320,104, 572.14

4,410, 626,599. 67

10,063,856, 484.14

10 74,894,590 89
7,370,000. 00
27,700, 000. 00
978,487,187. 68

3,102, 284.36
6, 017, 711.48
510, 680,334,78
464, 039, 618.48

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60, 909, 956. 71

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118,143,540 88
7,493,528.11

3,596,258.34
6,076,315.11
510,893,708.86 .
"i,"363,'224,"806."47'
258,278,922.09
2,583,701.53

S u b t o t a l all accounts

9,849,325,080.47

Balances of transfers to other agencies:
Railroad u n e m p l o y m e n t i n s u r a n c e a c c o u n t s :
Benefits a n d refunds
A d m i n i s t r a r i v e expense fund
E m p l o y m e n t security administration account
T o t a l as s h o w n in p a r t s I a n d I I

34,550,000.00
3,832,000.00
89,057,00a00
75,105,148.89
l a 754,000.00
7, 216,62a 04
21,555,000.00
120,918,781.92
22,641,000.00
83,178,153.01
3,856,475.11

6,123,053,808.85

833,118.71
158,915.48
1,009,907.85
-...

9,851,125,022. 51

494,218,934. 57

141,086,922.50

6,123,053,808.65

494,218,934.57

141,066, 922. 50

5,499,078,378.24

11,108,586,367.95

176, 969. 40
-135,782.62
-44,939,470 45

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1 A m o u n t s transferred u n d e r P u b l i c L a w 91-373 a n d P u b h c L a w 92-224,
2 I n c l u d e s a m o u n t s transferred u n d e r P u b l i c L a w 91-373 a n d P u b h c L a w 92-224 a n d
a m o u n t s returried from S t a t e s a n d r e i m b u r s e d to t h e E x t e n d e d U n e m p l o j m i e n t C o m p e n s a t i o n A c c o u n t u n d e r P u b h c L a w 91-373.
3 I n c l u d e s $19,938,022.38 transferred u n d e r P u b h c L a w 91-373 a n d P u b l i c L a w 92-224
a n d $21,700,000 transferred u n d e r T i t l e X I I , Sectiori 1201 of t h e Social S e c u r i t y A c t .
4 I n c l u d e s $488,347.34 transferred u n d e r P u b h c L a w 91-373 a n d P u b l i c L a w 92-224,
$199 r e t u r n e d b y S t a t e a n d r e i m b u r s e d to t h e E U C A u n d e r P u b l i c L a w 91-373, a n d
$582.58 transferred d u e to excess receipts i n p a y m e n t of 1958 A c t .
5 A m o u n t s r e t u r n e d from S t a t e s a n d r e i m b u r s e d to t h e E U C A u n d e r P u b h c L a w
91-373,
6 I n c l u d e s $21,923,487.66 transferred u n d e r P u b h c L a w 91-373 a n d P u b h c L a w 92-224
a n d $6,000,000 transferred u n d e r T i t l e X I I , Section 1201 of t h e Social S e c u r i t y A c t .
7 I n c l u d e s $114,090,257.76 transferred u n d e r P u b h c L a w 91-373, $179,462,705.83 t r a n s ferred u n d e r P u b h c L a w 92-224, $27,700,000 transferred u n d e r T i t l e X I I , Secrion 1201
of t h e Social S e c u r i t y Act, $839.90 transferred d u e to excess receipts i n p a y m e n t of 1958
Act, a n d $1,149,231.35 r e t m n e d from S t a t e s a n d r e i m b u r s e d t o t h e E U C A u n d e r P u b h c
L a w 91-373.




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8 4-467,956. 66
99,113. 37 I 9 -44,310,000. 00
285,824. 92
8 - 4 8 7 , 9 5 0 86
27, 866,625. 92
14,076, 980.42 "i'!"-i93,'653,'964."82"
/!2-f357,5ia618.89
•\!3 -299,190,333,71

458,149. 31
292, 698.10
45,949, 387. 30

5,454,180,085. 57

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8 A m o u n t transferred from R a i h o a d U n e m p l o y m e n t A d m i n i s t r a t i o n A c c o u n t i n t o
Railroad Unemplojonent Insurance Account.
9 I n c l u d e s a d v a n c e s from R a i l r o a d R e t i r e m e n t B o a r d of $34,599,000 a n d r e p a y m e n t of
a d v a n c e s of $78,909,000.
10 I n c l u d e s p a y m e n t of i n t e r e s t o n a d v a n c e s from R a i l r o a d R e t i r e m e n t B o a r d of
$2,244,583.89.
11 I n c l u d e s $193,053,084.92 transferred from 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 i n t o t h e E U C A , a n d $839.90 transferred d u e to excess receipts i n p a y m e n t of
1958 A c t ,
12 I n c l u d e s $193,053,064.92 trarisfen-ed from E m p l o y m e n t S e c u r i t y A d n i i n i s t r a t i o n
A c c o u n t , $33,588,780.88 a d v a n c e d from General F u n d u n d e r P u b l i c L a w 91-373, $118,386,346.28 a d v a n c e d from General F u n d u n d e r P u b h c L a w 92-224, $3,142,867.81 r e t u r n e d
b y S t a t e s u n d e r P u b h c L a w 91-373, a n d $9,385,559.02 r e t u r n e d b y S t a t e s u n d e r P u b h c
L a w 92-224.
13 I n c l u d e s $114,090,257.76 transferred to S t a t e s u n d e r P u b h c L a w 91-373, $179,462,705.83 transferred to S t a t e s u n d e r P u b h c L a w 92-224, $426,152.78 r e t u r n e d b y S t a t e s a n d
transferred to General F u n d u n d e r P u b l i c L a w 91-373, a n d $5,211,247.34 r e t u r n e d b y
S t a t e s a n d transferred to General F u n d u n d e r P u b l i c L a w 92-224.

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TABLE 80.— U.S. Government life insurance fund, June 30, 1973

[This trust fund operates in accordance with the provisions of the act of June 7,1924, as amended (38 U.S.C.
755). For further details, see Annual Report of the Secretary for 1941, p. 142]
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
Cumulative
through June 30,
1972

Receipts:
Premiums and other receipts
Interest and profits on investments
Payments from general fund i

--

Total receipts
---Expenditures:
Benefit payments, dividends, and refunds..
Balance

.-.

TRANSACTIONS)

Fiscal year 1973

Cumulative
through June 30,
1973

$2,167,289,504. 84
1,458,860,005.38
103,399.83

$7,963,163.26
31,052,745.68
49,777. 99

$2,175,252,668.10
1,489,012,751.08
153,177. 82

3, 626,252,9ia 05

39,085,686. 93

3,665,318,596.98

2,908,057,744.25

66,253,026. 40

2,972,310,77a 65

-27,187,339.47

693,007,826.33

720,195,165. 80

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

Investments in pubhc debt securities:
Special issues, U.S. Government hfe insurance fund series, maturing June 30:
Treasury notes:
534% of 1975 8% of 1976 7 ^ % of 1977
5A% of 1978
534% of 1979
634%jOf 1980
Treasury bonds:
3M%ofl973
3 ^ % of 1973
33^% of 1974..
. 3^'%ofl974
SH% of 1975
3>^%ofl976.
35^%, of 1976
33^% of 1977
3 ^ % of 1977.
3 ^ % of 1978
-.-.
434% of 1978....
-.
434% of 1979

Total assets

$64,365, ooa 00
32,638, ooa 00
29,984,000, 00
111,949,000 00
32,152,000, 00

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73,100, O O 00
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670,000. 00
73,100, O O 00 .
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670,000. 00 73,770,000 00 .
87,799,000. 00 5, 971, ooa 00 .
4a 983, O O 00 .
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23,807,000. 00 .
48,214,000. 00 .
25,558, O O 00 .
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2, 912, O O 00 O

-73,100, ooa 00 .
-670, ooa 00 .

June 30, 1973

$84,365,000.00
32,638,000,00
29,964,000,00
111,949,000,00
32,152,000,00
46,875,000,00

73,100,000,00
670,000,00
73,770,000.00
67,799, ooa 00
5,971, ooa 00
49,963,000, 00
23,807,000,00
48,214, ooa 00
25,556,000.00
2,912, O O 00
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718, 800, O O 00
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Total special issues
Total investments
Undisbursed balance

Fiscal year 1973
increase, or
decrease ( - )

June 30, 1972

Assets

--.

-26,895, ooa 00

680,705, ooa 00

718, 800,000. 00
3,595,165.80

-26,895,000.00
-292,33a 47

689,705, ooa 00
3,302,82a 33

720,195,185. 80

-27,187,330 47

693,007,826.33

1 Included under premiums and other receipts prior to fiscal 1962. Negative amounts from adjustments
of prior years' receipts.
NOTE.—Pohcy loans outstanding on basis of information furnished by the Veterans Administration
amounted to $67,187,793.37 as of June 30,1973,




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

Customs Operations
T A B L E 81.—Merchandise entries, fiscal years 1972 and 1973

Entries

1973

Consumption free
Consumption dutiable
Warehouse and rewarehouse
Vessel repair..
Appraisement
Drawback

Percentage
increase, or
decrease (—)

649,678
2,111,327
84,294
955
574
18,931

Total formal entries

2,865,759

.

Warehouse withdrawals
Outbound—immediate transportation; transportation and exportation, etc
Mail
Informal—dutiable
Passenger declarations—total
Crew declarations—total
Mihtary declarations—total
Passenger declarations—dutiable
Crew declarations—dutiable...
Mihtary declarations—duriable
•:
Other informal—dutiable

777,058
2,362,831
79,550
1,029
522
18,823

10 6
11,9
—5.6
7.7
—0.1
-06

3,239,813

13.1

267,322

262,938

-1.6

1,204,713
2,894,891
728,425
8,064,892
1,422,498
1,278,606
810,765
92,461
59,224
7,153

1,205,137
2,741,544
634,333
9,238,922
1,528,740
990,815
827,531
83,909
54,138
11,006

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-5.3
-12.7
14.8
7.3
-22.4
2.1
-9.2
-8.6
53.9

T A B L E 82.—Carriers and persons arriving in ihe United Staies, fiscal years 1972
and 1973 i
Type of entrant

1972

Carriers arriving:
Vessels entering direct from foreign ports
Vessels entering via U.S. ports 2 . . .
Ferries
:
Commercial planes
Commercial planes entering via U.S. ports 2
Military plaries—Privateplanes
Other ground vehicles
Freight carrier vehicles

Percentage
increase, or
decrease (—)

a7

46,421
(31,616)
59,148
188,798
(20,078)
36,801
100,476
86,820,254
3,516,710

50,928
(38,955)
63,806
212,979
(17,889)
30,886
107,477
69,667,824
3,704,834

10 9
7.9
12.8
-ia9
-101
7.0
4.3
5.3

70,788,606

73,838,532

4.3

806,328
1,633,374
12,936,354
202,956
-1,147,853
253,115
219,795,300

873,489
1,612,775
14,622,264
228,147
860,930
278,062
233,177,503

8.3
-1.3
13.0
12.4
-25.0

- . . 236,775,280

251,653,170

a3

Total carriers
Persons arriving on:
Vessels
•Ferries
Commercial planes
Commercial planes via U.S. ports
Military planes
-Privateplanes
Ground vehicles and by foot—
Total persons..--

1973

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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
1972 and 1973
Aircraft
passengers

Aircraft
Regions a n d districts
1972

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

N e w Y o r k region:
Area offices:
N e w Y o r k Seaport
J F K Airport—NewarkT o t a l N e w Y o r k region
B a l t i m o r e region:
D i s t r i c t offices:
Baltimore
Norfolk
Philadelphia
Washington, D . C

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T o t a l B a l r i m o r e region
Miaini region:
D i s t r i c t offices:
Charleston, S.C
Miami
Savannah
Tampa
Wilmington, N . C

-

S u b t o t a l Miami r e g i o n . - St. T h o m a s , V . I
.San J u a n , P . R
T o t a l M i a m i region
N e w Orleans region:
District offices:
Mobile
N e w Orleans

-

T o t a l N e w Orleans region
H o u s t o n region:
District offices:
El Paso
Galveston
Houston
Laredo
Port Arthur
T o t a l H o u s t o n region




445,858
30,897
1,131,881
2,533
171,589
12,146
635,683

500,268
65,137
1,210,224
2,415
133,810
8,571
833,228

33,040

2,430,565

2,553,653

1,759
59,320
1,762

291,867
4,509,395
972

256,208
5,014,422
2,071

13.4
13.0

62,841

4,802,234

5,272,701

13.4

1,966
891
10,485
2,963

1,425
798
9,813
3,499

85,484
18,647
488,514
220,466

82,701
14,993
488,048
285,823

-27.5
-ia4
-0 4
18.1

-3,3
-19,6
- a i
2a 8

16,305

T o t a l B o s t o n region

10,512
819
12,885
1,358
4,333
238
2,897

55.400

-

10,308
668
8,080
1,347
4,109
203
2,985

1,508
52,333
1,559

-

1973

27,696

-

1973

Percentage
increase, or
decrease (—)
Aircraft

Passengers

2.0
23.0
59.5

12.2
iia8

5.5
ia3

-4.7
-22.0
-29.4

-2.9

-a 4

15,535

813,111

851,565

-4.7

4.7

2,188
69,001
747
3,083
711

2,076
75,528
1,311
3,230

61,484
1,779,790
39,748
30,145
9,724

73,787
1,911,803
71,084
44,045
16,179

-4.2
0 5
75,5
4,8
21,8

2a 0
7,4
78,8
4a 1
6a4

83, on

a6

ia2
1,9
5,3

a8

19.3

lao

a9

5,1

-12.2
11,2
113,1

75,710
12,172
65,988

12,257
72,680

1,920,871
267,626
898,238

2,116,878
272,839
945,457

0.7
ia2

153,850

167,948

3,086,733

3,335,174

a 2

181
2,836

184
2,867

1,545
133,878

1,892
132,794

1,9
1.1

a5
-a 8

2,997

3,031

135,421

134,486

1.1

-a 7

3,583
332
4,451
15,000
6

4,150
201
6,289
14,674
7

52,095
337
183,393
216,424
65

72,127
538
297,347
201,897
30

15.8
-3a 5
4L3
-2.2
10 7

38,5
5a 6
62.1
-53,8

23,372

25,321

452,314

571,939

8.3

2a 4

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T A B L E 83.—Aircraft and aircraft passengers entering the United States, fiscal years
1972 and 1973—Contmued
Aircraft
passengers

Aircraft

Regions and districts

1972
Los Angeles region:
District offices:
Los Angeles
Nogales
San Diego

11,320
6,247
12,752

770,242
42,428
50,125

988,433
71,930
58,325

30,319

882,795

12,107
3,907
13,766
1,047
10,225
15,414

11,659
3,673
12,729
1,105
9, 019
15,153

51,016
36,549
950,956
23,616
697,820
355,299

55,026
33,676
1,005,328
28,136
677,724
400,061

53,338

2,115,256

11,481
a 678
5,843
a 927
608
1,131
4,311
469

[2,521
a 927
7,238
7,783
724
1,401
4,695
619

40,446

44,906

Aircraft

Passengers

1,116,688

56,466

-.-

Total San Francisco region

-

--

Total C hicago region
Grand total excluding
Thonias and San Juan

28.3
60 5
12.4

-3.7

-L7

7.9
-7.9
5.7
lai
-2.9
12,6

2,199,951

-5,5

4,0

575,819
75,747
217,390
19,729
6,689
31,483
68,689
12,385

733,141
118,323
171,415
23,356
12,348
48,828
48,838
17,295

ai
2,6
23.8
12.4
lai
23,9
8,9
32,0

27.4
5a 2
-2L1
18,4
84,8
48,8
-28.9
3a 6

1,007,711

1,171,542

11.0

ia3

351,342 14,540,278 15,98a 403

7,7

iao

404,213

438,279 15,708,140 17,207,899

St.

Grand total including
Thomas and San Juan

8.4
5.6
12,6

326.073

Total Los Angeles region

Chicago region:
District offices:
Chicago
Cleveland
Detroit
--Duluth
--Milwaukee
Minneapohs
Pembina..St. Louis

1973

27,681

-

San Francisco region:
District offices:
Anchorage
Great Falls
Honolulu
Portland, Oreg
San Francisco
Seattle
---

1972

10,444
5,914
11,323

-. -

1973

Percentage
increase, or
decrease (—)

-ao
-7,5

5.5

-n,8

St.




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TABLE 84.—Seizures for violations of laws enforced by Customs, fiscal years 1972
and 1973 i
1973
Seizures

1972 total

Seizures by
Custonis

Joint
Seizures by seizures by
other
Customs and
agencies
other agencies

58
$2,714,275

1
$7,000 .

Aircraft:
Number of seizures
58
Value
$6,322,555
Automobiles (including campers,
vans, etc.):
Number of seizures
5,876
Value
$7,386,956
Boats:
Number of seizures
81
Value.-.-$18,159,526
Liquor:
Number of seizures
9,362
Value
-...
$302,236
Number of seizures
Value
Prohibited articles:
Number of seizures
Value
....'...
Trucks:
Number of seizures
Value
Other:
Number of seizures
Value

8,701
$12,383,781

189
$372,070

Total

59
$2,721,275

501
$782,758

9,391
$13,538,809

86
$42,134,155
10,742
$375,421

86
$42,134,155
7
$125

10,834
$377,023

85
$1,477

'•13,424
21,984
2 $7,830,696 $432,300,000

21,964
$432,300,000

19,658
$607,347

30
$1,164

72
$15,844

22,297
$432,534

560
$1,533,812

483
$1,803,217

15
$26,960

52
$103,406

550
$1,933,583

15,717
$18,201,220

11,407
$17,220,435

2,215
$65,372

791
$344,264

14,413
$17,630,071

'•84,538
75,836
$60,344,348 $509,347,010

Grand total:
Number of seizures
Value

22,195
$415,726

2,456
$465,891

1,502
$1,254,549

79,594
$511,087,250

'• Revised.
1 Includes Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands,
2 Value of seized narcotics for fiscal year 1972 is incomplete.

TABLE 85.—Investigative activities, fiscal years 1972 and 1973
Percentage
increase, or
decrease (—)

N u m b e r of cases

Activity
Drawback
Classification
Market value
Smuggling, narcotics
Smugghng, all other
Undervaluation, false invoicing, etc
Prohibited importations
Navigation, aircraft, and vehicle violations, OC&R
Baggage declarations
Custonis brokers, cartmen, andhghtermen..
Petitions for relief
Personnel
Customs procedure
Collection of duties and penalties
Cooperation with other agencies
Neutrahty
PUferages and shortages
Export control
Federal tort claims
..^
Miscehaneous
Dumping
Countervaihng duties
.
Total




1972

1973

849
153

436
152

1,111
20,229
1,384
2,984

1,260
20,421
1,055
3,752

241

147
759
565

1,222

957
2,229
2,187
1,570

437
211

3,092
2,857

453
135
251

126
738
176
215
268
250
1

2,764
202
872
127
155
823
175
3

39,851

40,258

2,357

-32.8

-ai

13.4

a9
-23.8
20 6
-3a 0
-37,9
-41.0
38,7
22.6
-71,1
-6a 1

lao

17.3
80 3
18.5
-27.8
-27.9
20a4
-30 0
200 0

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Engraving and Printing Operations
T A B L E 86.—New postage stamp issues delivered, fiscal year 1973
Issues
Commemoratives:
Colonial American Craftsman
Mt. McKjnley (National Parks)
Olympic Games
Olympic Games
Olympic Games
Oljonplc Games
Parent-Teachers' Association
Wildhfe Conservation.
Mail Order Business
Osteopathic Medicine.
Tom Sawyer
Pharmacy
--Stamp Collecting
Love
Pamphleteer (Rise of the Spirit of Independence)
George Gershwin (American Arts)
Posting a Broadside (Rise of the Spirit of Independence)Nicolaus Copernicus
Harry S. Truman Memorial
Post Rider (Rise of the Spirit pf Independence)
-.
Special:
Christmas—Series 1972 (Saint Lucy Legend)
Christmas—Series 1972 (Santa Claus)
Postal People
Ordinary:
Benjamin Frankhn
Amadeo Glannlnl
-Aerogramme:
World Hot Air Balloon Championships
--




Denominations

.06
.15
.06
.08
.11
,15
.08
,08
.08
.08
,08
,08
,08
.08
,08
,08
.08
,08
.08
,08

Number of
stamps dehvered
(in thousands)

85,290
53,920
67,335
179, 675
92, 595
45,990
178,470
198,365
182, 580
161,115
182, 790
185,895
163,924
217,355
157,590
132,292
150,460
153, 595
151,043
133,725

.08
,08
,08

1,003,475
1,017,025
448,470

,07
.21

73,870
35,120

9,048

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T A B L E 87.—Deliveries of finished work by ihe Bureau of Engraving and Printing,
fiscal years 1972 and 1973
Number of pieces

Class

Currency:
Federal Reserve notes. Specimens

1972

--

3,106,912,000
1,540

Total--

---- 3,106,913,540

Bonds, notes, bills, certificates, and debentures:
Bonds:
Treasury
-..
Government National Mortgage Association—mortgage backed
-Consolidated Federal farm loan bonds (the 12
Federal land banks)
Consolidated of the Federal home loan banks
Consohdated obhgations of the Federal home loan
banks.
Guaranty agreement—Small Business Administration
Treasury registered REA series 2 percent..Notes:
Treasury
--.
Tennessee Vahey A u t h o r i t y . . .
Farmers Home Administration insured—insurancecontract
Guaranty contract sinking fund
Bills:
Treasury
Certificates:
Participation—Federal National Mortgage Association
----Participation—Government National Mortgage
liquidation trust
Mortgage backed—Government National Mortgage Association
Interim certificates 1940 Eagle design
Participation—Export-Import Bank ofthe United
States
Debentures:
Consohdated collateral trust for:
The 12 Federal intermediate credit banks
The 13 banks for cooperatives
--Federal National Mortgage Association secondary
market operations
Export-Import Bank ofthe United States
--Federal Housing Administration registered (cooperative management housing insurance fund,
series N N ) . . .
Federal National Mortgage Association capital
debentures
Federal Housing Administration (general insurance fund, series MM).....
Obsolete stock authorized for destrucrion
Total

-




-

Face value
1973

1973

3,147, 232,000 $20,441,440,000
1,889
3,147,233,869

20,441,440,000

679,963

401,724

21,531,350,000

33,139

11,033

1,092,500,000

230,831
19,585

158,241
8,753

4,413,400,000
412,500,000
5,000,000

4,033

500

10,007
100

26,008
-

923,028
18,000

788,311
23,000

7,700

39,500
5,020

_
2,346,008

-44,408,000,000
3,085,000,000

902,000 105,045,000,000

2,500 9,300
20,084

7,200-

383,500,000

16,008
3

1,110,000

31,368

1,978,000,000

185,744
53,500

31,000

2,800,000,000

700
46,448

5,358

897,115,000

--

100
200
-.679,809
5,270,557

2,000,000

12,000
110,348

120,000,000

2,555,573 186,170,475,000

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TABLE 87.—Deliveries of finished work by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing,
fiscal years 1972 and 1973—Continued
Number of pieces

Class

197:2

Stamps:
Customs
-U.S. internalrevenue
--:
--Puerto Rican internal revenue
U.S. postage:
Ordinary
Airmail
Commemoratives..-Specialissues
--Special delivery
---Postage due
Postal insurance booklets
-150 U.S. aerogrammes
Federal migratory bird hunring
Canal Zone postage..-Food coupons
--.._.
Food certificates
Obsolete stock authorized for destruction by the:
Puerto Rican Internal Revenue
Internal Revenue Service
U.S. Postal Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Total

-

5,669,800
2,627,081,920
318,713,900

----

400,000
2,622,132,260
233,055,000

18,989,948,500 18,236,887,884
1,348,220,000
871,720,600
2,204,099,296 3,035.058,208
4,018,790,700 4,333,200,346
27,885,000
18,575,000
126,780,000
89,550,000
366,600
287,100
-.
58,587,318
40,283,5788,673.240
411,000
9,967,200
2,334,000
1,885,083,292 1,892,848,703
4,575,000
3,330,000
288,400
16,335,710
233,097,800

-

-

58,700
35,500
1,315,000
3,155,812

31,844,143,674 31,384,438,871

Cards, cerrificates, etc., to office of issue
Grand total-..

1973

-

-

8,598,950

Face value
1973

$32,500
1,566,019,322
101,936,030
251,924,166
358,605,048
11,145.000
18,359,900
57,420
6,042,525
2,055,000
411,120
3,851,379,930
832,500

6,188,800,459

7,815,136 .

34,984,926,721 34,542,043,249 212,778,715,459

TABLE 88.—Statement of financial condition June 30, 1972 and 1973
June 30, 1972

June 30, 1973

ASSETS

Current assets:
Cash with the Treasury
Accounts receivable
Inventories!
Prepaid expenses.

---

$5,415,899
4,912,786
10,996,392
140,194

$9,768,082
3,907,104
11,719,771
117,619

Total current assets

21,485,271

25,512,578

Plant and equipment 2. _

33,846,150

335,995,283

22,429,075

23,934,423

-

11,417,075

12,060,860

---

79,758
32,962,104

59,501
37,632,937

Less accumulated deprecrarion 4..
Net plant and equipnient.
Deferred charges
Total assets 5
Footnotes at end of table.


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TABLE 88.—Siatement of financial condiiion June SO, 1972 and 1973—Con.
June 30,1972

June 30, 1973

$1,259,747
6,738,929
225,722
1,000,000
10

$1,426,760
7,851,757
261,727
1,000,000
79

9,224,408

10,540,323

a250,000
18,044,989
-557,273

9,250,000
18,044,969
-202,355

LIABILITIES AND INVESTMENT OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENT

Liabihties:
Accourits payable
Accrued hablliries 6
---Trust and deposit liabihties
Advance from the Department of Agriculture ^
Deferred credits
--Total habilities 8....
Investment of the U.S. Government:
Appropriation from U.S. Treasury
Donated assets, n e t . . .
Accumulated earnings, or deficit ( - ) «

.

Total investment of the U.S. Government
Totalhabihtiesandinvestmentof the U.S. Goverriment

".

23,737,898

27,092,814

32,962,104

37,832,937

1 Finished goods and work in process inventories 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 materials and supplies on hand.
June 30, 1972
June 30, 1973
Finished goods
$3,853,838
$4,279,918
Workin process
-4,045,214
4,185,467
Raw materials
-.-1,523,534
1,556,977
Stores.
1,773,806
1,697,409
2 Machinery and equipment, furniture and fixtures, office machines and motor vehicles acquired on or
before June 30, 1950, are stated at appraised values as at that date. Additions since June 30, 1950, and all
building appurtenances are valued at acquisition cost, Constniction in progress on June 30, 1973, consists
of $1,402,017 related to the acquisirion of a postage stamp prinring press, and $317,608 for various items of
machinery, equipment, and building appurtenances.
June 30, 1972
June SO, 1973
Machinery and equipment.--.$26,133,717
$28,187,942
Motor vehicles
160,896
153,111
Office machines
-368,518
389,968
Furniture and
fixtures
574,278
'584,446
Building appurtenances
4,885,279
4,980,193
Construction in progress
1,925,464
1,719,612
3 Includes $13,570,488 worth of fully depreciated assets still in use. The amounts by class are: Machinery
and equipment, $10,511,938; motor vehicles, $21,813; office machines, $187,178; furniture and fixtures, $245,065;
building appurtenances, $2,804,698.
4 Depreciation is computed under the straight-line method. The depreciation rates used are based on the
following useful lives: 6 to 30 years for machinery and equipnient, 8 to 20 years for motor vehicles, 10 years for
office machines, 20 years for furniture and fixtures, and 3 to 20 years for building appurtenances.
5 The act that established the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Fund specifically excluded land and
buildings costing about $9 mUlion from the assets of the fund. Also excluded are appropriated funds of about
$7,184,000 for extraordinary uncapitalized building repairs and air conditioning.
< The accrual for constructive receipts is the estimated value of work performed by contractors to special
5
specification, which had not been delivered to or accepted by the Bureau as at the statement date. For
June 30,1973, the offsetring entries are to raw materials, $113,147; stores, $40,522; fixed assets under construcrion, $1,402,017; and work in process, $288,000,
June 30, 1972
June 30, 1973
PayroU
$1,425,731
$3,018,304
Accruedleave
2,348,971
2,467,476
Constructive receipts
--2,447,514
1,843,686
Other
518,713
522,291
7 In December 1970 the Department of Agriculture provided a monthly revolving advance of $1 milhon
to be apphed against deliveries of food coupon books to that agency,
3 Outstanding commitments with supphers for unperformed contracts and undelivered purchase orders
totaled $4,150,861 as of June 30, 1973, A lease agreement for the rental and maintenance of a closed circuit
television system provides for payments averaging about $93,700 annually through March 1977 and $42,400
for the period from April 1,1977, to March 31,1078. At the end of payment the Bureau wih assume ownership
of the equipment. Under the agreement, the Bureau could be hable for a termination charge ifitsuspends or
discontinues making rental payments. This charge was computed at $74,600 as of June 30,1973. The Bureau
has no plans to suspend or discontinue the system.
9 Customer agencies make payment to the Bureau at prices deemed adequate to recover costs. Because of
variations between prices charged and actual costs, the Bureau could earn a profit or incur a loss in any
fiscal year. All profit is to be paid into the general fund of the Treasury except that required to offset any
accumulated loss from prior years' operations.
NOTE.—No aniounts are included in the accounts for (1) interest on the investment of the Goverriment in
the Bureau of Engraving and Prinring Fund, (2) depreciation on the Bureau's buildings excluded from the
assets of the fund, and (3) costs of certain services performed by other agencies for the Bureau, such as check
preparation and external audit.




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TABLE 89.—Statement of income and expense, fiscal years 1972 and 1973
Income and expense

1972

Operating revenue: Sales of engraving and printing

1973

$60,494,870

$67,228,535

24,164,987
8,395,083
4,101,240

25,063,451
8,280,372
6,377,334

38,661,310

39,721,157

18,950,416
2,379,902
592,522
3,283,212
1,287,926
920,214
1,683,048
55,920
323,557
284,829
23,980

18,184,929
2,266,357
555,515
3,584,738
1,371,624
1,155,158
1,642,498
64,552
272,382
264,215
30,210

Total overhead

27,785,506

29,372,174

Total costs

64,426,816

69,093,331

489,419
908,072

478,525
957,557

Operating costs:
Cost of sales:
Direct labor
Direct materials used
Contract printing (food coupons)
Prime cost
Overhead costs:
Salaries and indirect labor
Factory supplies
Repair parts and supphes
Employer's share personnel benefits
Rents, communications, and utUities
Otherservices
Depreciation and amortization
Gains (—) or losses on disposal or retirement of fixed assets..Minor equipment
Transportation of things.-Sundry expense (net)

Less:
Nonproduction costs:
Shop costs capitahzed
-Cost of miscellaneous services rendered other agencies

1,377,491
Cost of production
-...
Net increase (—) or decrease in finished goods and work in process inventories from operations

1,434,082

63,049,325

67,659,249

-2,288,178

-766,333

Cost of sales

80,781,147

68,892,916

Operating profit, or loss ( - )

-266,277

335,619

745,237
160,697

818.224
158,832

905,934 •

976,856

908,072

957,557

Nonoperating revenue:
Operation and maintenance of incinerator and space utilized by other
agencies..
-...
Other direct charges for miscellaneous services
Nonoperating costs:
Cost of miscellaneous services rendered other agencies
Nonoperaring profit, or loss ( - )
Net profit, or loss ( - ) for the year




-2,138
•

19,299

-288,415

354,918

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TABLE 90.—Comparative statement of changes in financial position, fiscal years
1972 and 1973
Funds provided and applied

1972

Funds provided:
Sales of engraving and printing
Operation and maintenance of incinerator and space utihzed by other
agencies
0 ther direct charges for miscellaneous services

Total funds provided

----

Funds applied:
Acquisition of fixed assets
----Acquisition of experimental equipment; and plant repairs and alterations
to be charged to future operations
Increase in working capital
Total funds apphed




-

$80,494,870

$87,228,535

745,237
160,897

818,224
158,632

81,400,804

68,205,391

59,930,251

68,143,425

1,470,553
988
3,000,000

2,061,968
2,579
3,000,000

4,471,541

Total
Less cost of sales and services (excluding depreciation and other charges not
requiring expenditure of funds: Fiscal 1972, $1,738,968; fiscal 1973,
$1,707,048)
...
Sales of surplus equipment. Increase in appropriated capital

1973

5,064,545

2,345,441

2,312,131

950
2,125,150

21,024
2,731,390

4,471,541

5,064,545

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

International Claims
TABLE 91.—Status of Class I I I awards of the Mixed Claims Commission, United
States and Germany, and Privaie Law 509 as of June 30, 1973
Description

Class JII
awards—over
$100,000

Private Law 509,
approved July 19,
1940

AWARDS i

Principal of awards
Less amounts paid by Ahen Property and others
Interest to Jan. 1,1928, as specified In awards
Interest thereon to date of pajonent or, if unpaid, to June 30,1971, at
5 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
""H'OOO.'OO

81,526,247.28

178,192.02

251,892,818.78

402,192.02

82,764,233.89
53,245,392.03
81,415,804.38

108,720.24
84,000.00
175,890 26

217,425,43a 28

Total due claimants

348,610.50

34,356,945.58
110,442.92

51,279, 76
2,301, 76

34,487,388.50

53,581,52

1,087,159.62

1,743,13

PAYMENTS

Principal of awards
Interest to Jan. 1,1928
Interest at 5 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 30,1973
Balance due claimants
Total reimbursement for administrative 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 all classes of
awards, including claims of U.S. Government, see 1962 Annual Report, pages 138 and 826.
2 Amounts shown are gross; deductions for administrative expenses are shown below (see footnote 3).
3 Deductions of M of 1 percent are made from each payment to cover administrative expenses. These
amounts arc covered into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts.
NOTE.—On Feb. 27,1953, the German Govermnent agreed to pay $97,500,000 (U.S. doUars) over a period
of 26 years in full settlement of Germany's obhgarions on account of Class I I I awards and the award under
Private Law 509. Through June 30, 1973, $77,600,000 has been obhgated for payment to awardholders. On
Apr. 30, 1970, an additional $32 milhon was received from the Government of Germany and deposited into
a special account on behalf of the Deutsche Bundesbank. Each year, on April 1, through 1978, $4 milhon will
be transferred from the Deutsche Bundesbank account into the German deposit fund for distribution to
awardholders.




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TABLE 92.—Status of claims of American nationals against certain foreign governments as of June 30, 1973
Bulgaria
Awards certified to the Treasury:
Number of awards
Amount of awards:
Pruicipal
Interest
--Total
Deposits in claims fimds
.-Statutory deduction for admhiistrative expenses
Amounts avaUable for payment on awards
Payments on awards:
Principal.
Interest

Hungary

Romania

Poland

War claims fund

Yugoslavia

^
o
y ^

Italy

o

872

7,383

i8,793

659

728

$4,825,58a 46 $58,277,457.94 $81,102,449.78
1,914,973.19 22,188,408.58 24,846,637.10

$101,662, 68L 63
51,775,175.01

$340,509,577.34

$9,685,093.22
2,886,279,97

$3,080, 88a 77
1,040,281.81

^
S
H
^
^

12,551,373.19

4,120,962.58

Q

5,000,00a0G
250,000.00

t?:!
H

244

1,302

8,740,559.85

80,463,866.52

85,949,08a88

153,437,85a 64

340,509,577.34

3,217,088.93
180,854.44

2,355,513.69
117,775.73

23,725,00a01
1,186,274.33

26,000,000.00
2 500,00a 00

235,600, OOa 00
(3)

3,546,96a 16
145,827.41

25,500,000.00

235,600,000.00

3,401,132.75

4,750,000.00

25,378,122.59
:

235,445,744.73
.--

3,359,735.73
-

4,122,80020
{^)

—

,

3,058,234.49

^

3,05a017.83

2,237,737.96
2,223,987.26

.

—

_

_

_

^

_

_

_

22,538,725.68
22,526,373.73

.

^

^

_

•

—

^

>

S3
y
A
O

^
Balances in claims funds

6,21086

13,75070

12,351.95

121,877.41

154,255.27

41,397.02

827,193.80

^
1 Private Law 91-88.
3 Statutory deductions of 5 percent made by the Foreign Claims Settlement Com.
2 Pubhc Law 90-241 amended the International Claims Settlement Act of 1949 to . mission prior to the funds being transferred to Treasury.
permit the 5-percent deduction to be made from the installment payments made imder
* includes both principal and interest.
the claims agreements, rather than from each payment to awardees.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

International Financial Transactions
T A B L E 9 3 . — U.S. net inonetary gold transactions wiih foreign countries and international institutions, fiscal years 1945-73
[In millions of dollars at $35 per ounce to May 8, 1972, and at $38 per ounce thereafter. Negative flgures
represent net sales by the United States; positive flgures, net purchases]
1945-68
Afghanistan
Algeria
Argentina
Australia Austria
B a n k for I n t e r n a t i o n a l Settlements
Belgium
-Bohvia
i. .
Brazil..
Burma
Cambodia
Cameroon Repubhc
Canada
Central African R e p u b l i c
Ceylon
Chad
Chile
Colombia
Congo (Kinshasa)
Costa Rica
.
Cyprus
Dahomey
Denmark
Dominican Republic
E cuador
E l Salvador
E thlopia
Finland
France
..
Gabon
:...
Germany, Federal Republic o f . . .
Ghana
Greece
Guinea
.
Haiti
Honduras
Iceland
Indonesia
International Bank
International Monetary F u n d i
Iran
,
Iraq
Ireland
Israel
...
Italy
I v o r y Coast
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Korea
Kuwait
Laos
Lebanon
Liberia
Malagasy
Malaysia
•
Mah
Malta
Mauritania
Morocco
Nepal
--Netherlands
N e w Zealand .
Nicaragua
Niger
Nigeria..Norway

-

--

--

Paraguay
Peru
Footnotes at end of table.




-13.1
-187.0
785.1
-8.3
-570 3

1969

1970
-3.7
- . 7 --.
-30 0

-0 5
-50 6
-20 0

1972

-0.3

1973

-0.1

-22,5

3.5 - . .

--

-513.3
-754.8 ...
18.5
180. 9
-20 9
-15 9
-2.5
1 196 3
-1.0
-10 7
-1.0
-0 3
140 4
24 3
-8.2
—15 4
-1.1
-111.7
-2L5
-31.6
-27.2
-1.0
- 2 L 7 ...
- 2 , 870 8
-LO
-856 9
-OO
-iiao
-3.8
-,7
-1,1
-0 5
-110 4
18 8
l,lia5
-44,7
-107,2
-51,3
-24.5
-597.1
-2.1
—2 5
—259 0
-14.7
-11.3
-22.3
-1.9 ..
-191.3
-3.1
-3 3
-34 1
-1.0 ..

1971

190 5 --.1

-.1

-2.8

-.1

-iiao
-2,0
-22.5 50 6

-.2

-.2

-4.0

-.1

-.1

(*)- . 8
^
(*)8 . 8
-

-.1
-4.9

-.1
-4,0
- 1 , 2 -.
-, 1
-,4
-, 1

-.5
-.1
25 0
-1.2
4.0 . .
-.4

-.5

-

--

.

-.2

-1.8
-1.5
- 7
-2.0
-3.2

-.1

- ' 2 "

705.0'
-.1

-.1
500 0
-.8
-.8

-11.1

(*)

-.1

-.3

(*)- . 1

-.2
-2.0

-1.5

31.6

2.5
- . 1 ..

-20.0
-4107
-19L1
- L l ---3.4 -

-a8

-1.8 -.2
—15
-2.2
-10.3
-197.9

-.
(*)
-2.3
-547.9

-

43.2 --

-8.0

-8.0
-78.0
-.2

-.2
- 2 . 0 -.

----

-8.2
-118.8

-2:9 ..
-.1
-24.9

(*)

24.9
-.6
-.3

-.5

-

(*)

-3,8
-.8
-35.0
- . 2 .--1.8

-

-

"'-i4.'7'"" "
-.1
10.9
-ia3
—8 0
—754.8
-1.8
17.4
-1.0
- 2 a 3 ..
11.7
-1.7
-2.8
- . 9 .""
-3.4

-1.4
-1.1 ..
-.2
-.1
-.9
-.7
-4.2
-S.l"'

2.'5'
-.1
-1.5

(*)

-.2
-.9
-1.2

(*)
-----

-.--

--

.-

-.-

-

- l a o ..-.1
-4.2
-.1
-25,0
-5.8
3.0
-75.0
-11.2
-2.1
-.7
-8.8
-.9
-7,3
-2,0
-1,0
-107

—--

.

—

-

--

286

19 73 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 93.— U.S. net monetary gold transactions with foreign countries and international institutions, fiscal years 1945-73—Continued
1945-68
Phihppines
Portugal
R e p u b l i c Of Congo ( B r a z z a v i h e ) . .
Rwanda
Saudi Arabia
S enegal
Singapore
S omalia
S o u t h Africa.
Southern Yemen
Spain
Sudan
S uri n a m
S weden
--S witzerland
S yria
Togo
--T r i n i d a d a n d Tobago
Tunisia
--.Turkey
United Arab Repubhc
United Kingdom
Upper Volta
-Uruguay
V a t i c a n Ci t y
Venezuela
-Vietnam
Yemen Arab Repubhc
Yugoslavia
Another
Total

-

81.0
-41.6
-1.0
-1,1
-8a 2
- 2 . 5 --53.0
-3.4
1,121.3 --

1971

1970

1989
33.8
-5.0 ..
-.1
-.1
-25.0 -.

lao

-a 3

-.1
-.1

..
..
--.

--

- . 7 ..
-30.0

-8,047,7

"'-i.'s'"" ""'•-i.'e'
5.0
-25,0 ..
-.4
..

15.0 . .
-.1

.----

—33.'i "
-18a 7

-.8

- i a 7 ..
- . 1 .-

-.7
3.0

-ai
-5.4
-155.8
-1,99a 8
-1.1
-4.5
3.9
-385.9
-1.6

1973

- . 3 .-1.1..

-1.2 ..
-694.4
-12.2
-11.5
227.7
-972.7
-2a 5
-1.1
-4.8

1972

-1.8 ..
5a 8 . .
-2.4

—.5

5.0 -,i
-.8
-13,0
-.6
-.1
- i a 2 ..
1.2 .

-175.0
-3.2
-.9
-4.8
-.8
15.1
-3.9

..
..
..
.--

-5ao -.

(*)

- . 7 --2.0

-3.1

-1.5
-1.7
-.4

-5.8
-.5
-14.9
-118.8

47a 8

735.7

-1,382.4

-----

--844.9

.

-3.4
- 3 .4

•Less than $50,00a
1 Includes U.S. gold subscription payments of $887.5 million in 1947, $343.8 million in 1959, $258.8 mihion
in 1985, and $385.0 million in 1970. Prior to 1981, includes gold purchases by IMF on behalf of member countries for their payments to IMF. From September 1965 through June 1969 and from October through December
1970, includes net deposits and sales of gold made by IMF in order to mitigate U.S. gold sales relating to
members' quota increases.




287

STATISTICAL APPENDIX
TABLE 94.— U.S. reserve assets, fiscal years 1958-73
[In millions of dollars]

End of fiscal year or month

Total
assets

1958..
1959
I960...1961
1982
1963
1964
1965
1966
1987
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972 8
1973 101972-July
August
September.October
November.December...
1973-January
February »o.
March >
o
AprU 10
May 10
June 1
0

23,496
21,514
21,170
19,308
18,490
17,085
16,591
15,782
14,958
14,274
14,063
16,057
716,328
13,504
9 13,339
12,914
13,090
13,124
13,217
13,313
13,307
13,151
13,054
12,928
12,931
12,904
12,918
12,914

Special
drawing
rights 3

Gold stock 1
Total 2

21,412
19,746
19,363
17,803
16,527
15,830
15,823
614,049
13,529
13,169
10,681
11,153
11,889
10,507
10,490
10,487
ia490
10,488
10,487
10,487
ia487
10,487
10,487
10,487
10,487
ia487
ia487
10,487

Treasury

21,358
19,705
19,322
17,550
18,435
15,733
15,481
913,934
13,433
13, n o
10,367
10,367
11,387
10,332
10,410
10,410
10,410
10,410
10,410
10,410
10,410
10,410
10,410
10,410
ia4io
ia4io
10,410
10,410

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

957
1,247
1,958
1,949
1,958
1,958
1,958
1,958
1,958
1,958
1,958
1,958
1,958
1,949
1,949
1,949

Reserve
Convertible position in
foreign
International
currencies * Monetary
Funds

186
554
128
182
546
722
738
2,479
3,355
t 1,132
322
8 457
8
203
234
323
414
403
241
140
8
8
8
16
8

2,084
1,768
1,807
1,519
1,409
1,109
788
6 1,167
707
367
903
1,649
2,350
1,428
434
470
439
444
449
454
459
485
469
473
478
480
464
470

1 Includes gold sold to the United States by the International Monetary Fund with the right of repurchase,
and gold deposited by the International Monetary Fund to mitigate the impact on the U.S. gold stock of
foreign purchases for the purpose of making gold subscriptions to the Fund under quota increases.
2 Includes gold In Exchange Stabilization Fund, which Is not Included in Treasury gold figures shown in
dally Treasury statement.
3 Includes Initial ahocatlon on Jan. 1,1970, of $867 milhon, second allocation on Jan. 1,1971, of $717 million,
and third allocation on Jan. 1,1972, of $710 milhon of special drawing rights (SD R's) in the Special Drawing
Account in the Internarional Monetary Fund, plus or minus transactions in SDR's.
4 Includes holdings of Treasury and Federal Reserve System.
5 The Uru ted States has the right to purchase foreign currencies equivalent to its reserve position In the
Fund automatically if needed. Under appropriate conditions the Uru ted States could purchase additional
amounts equal to the U.S. quota, which amounted to $7,274 milhon as of June 30,1973.
8 Reserve position includes, and gold stock excludes, $259 milhon gold subscription to the Fund in June
1985 for a U.S. quota increase which became effective on Feb. 23,1966. In figures pubhshed by the Fund from
June 1985 through January 1966, this gold subscription was included in the U.S. gold stock and excluded from
the reserve position.
7 Includes gain of $67 milhon resulting from revaluation of the German mark in October 1969, of which
$13 milhon represents gain on German mark holdings at time of revaluation.
8 Total reserve assets Include Increase of $1,016 milhon resulting from change In par value of the U.S. dollar
on May 8,1972, consisting of $828million total gold stock, $155million SDR's, and $33 million reserve position
in the International Moiietary Fund.
9 Includes $28 mihion increase in dohar value of foreign currencies revalued to reflect market exchange
rates as of Dec. 31,1971.
1 Dollar equivalents not revalued to reflect change in par value of the dollar, effective Oct. 18,1973.
0




to
00
00

T A B L E 95.— U.S. liquid and other liabilities io foreign official institutions, and liquid liabilities to all other foreigners, 1958-73
[In m i l h o n s of dollars]
Liabilities to foreigri comitries
L i q u i d liabUiries to other
foreigners

Official i n s t i t u t i o n s 2
Liquid
E n d of period

Total

1958—June
December
1959—June
December
1980—June..-.

9 16,056
9 18,845
9 i8,085
19,428
20,472

D e c e m b e r 11
|
1961—June................
D e c e m b e r 11
1962—June
-^
,
,Decemberl'
1963—June
D e c e m b e r 11
1964—June
D e c e m b e r 11
1965—Jmie
December
1966—June
D e c e m b e r 11
1967—.June
December n




21'0^7
2l'296

{ 22 I I I
23^699
/ 24,268
< '?4 268
25^974
| H'^^l
26,' 559
| 29'394
28,'398
29,589
29,619
[ ^M4o
3li757
{ 35.81^

Liquid
habihties
to I n t e r n a tional Monetary Fund
arising
from gold
transactions 1

•?oo
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

Total

(10)
(10)
OO)

10,120
10, 482
11,078
11,088
10,875
11,830
11,830
11,889
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, 896
16, 230
18, 201
18.194

Shortterm
liabiliries
reported
by banks
in t h e
United
States
7,931
8,685
8,987
9,154
a 511
10, 212
10,212
10,038
10, 940
10, 940
11, 205
11,997
11, 963
12,377
12,467
12,487
12,102
13, 224
13,220
12, 201
13, 066
12, 661
12,484
12, 539
12,802
14,034
14, 027

Marketable
U.S.
Government
bonds
and
notes 3

Nonmarketable
convertible U . S .
Treasury
bonds
and
notes

Other
readily
marketable
liabiliries 4

Nonmarketable
nonconvertible U . S .
Treasury
bonds
and
notes 5

(10)
(10)
(10)

986
971
888
876
837
890
890
684
751
751
1,036
1,217
1,183
1,241
1,125
1,125
1,126
1,105
1,106
880
880
917
908
908

266

502
703
703
825
1,079
1,079
1,129
1, 201
858
256
256
374
711
711

9
9
9
79
158
158
108
120
438
913
913
1,813
1, 807
l,-807

200
158
63
63
2
204
204
204
334
362
328
328
324
741
741

Liquid
liabilities
to
banks 0

Total

Shortterm
habiliries
reported
by banks
in t h e
United
States

Marketable
U.S.
Government
bonds
and
notes 3 '

Liquid
liabUiries
to nonmonetary
international
a n d regional
organizations s

CO

H
hi
0
W
H
0

^
H

w
3,650
3,520
4,148
4,678
5,274
4,818
4,818
5, 257
5,404
5,484
5,681
5,346
5,346
5,813
5,817
5,817
6,186
7,271
7,303
7,281
7,419
8,139
10,116
a 936
9,339
11, 209
11,085

(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
4,364
4,685
4,878

2,238
2,430
2,558
2,399
2,250
2,230
2,230
2,207
2,355
2,357
2,676
2,585
2,585
2,821
3,046
3,046
3,134
3,354
3,377
3,471
3,587
3,744
3,743
3,744
3,826
4,127
4,120

)10)
(10)
(10)

541
621
543
550
535
518
518
513
448
448
377
351
341
355
376
376
468
472
490
528
528
538
558
558

1,035
1,047
1,085
1,190
1,345
1,525
1,541
1,622
1,948
1,949
2.180
2,181
2,195
2,081
1,980
1,965
1,855
1,722
1,722
1,630
1.431
1,038
908
905
791
691
877

Ul
H

w

0
S3
i-q

>
^.
0

^
H

W
W

H
W
M

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1968—June
December 11
1969—June
December ni^
1970—June

n—'-"
1971—June

.

i><-™'^«""

1972—June
December
1973—June 1 15
^
1972—July
August
September
October
November
DecenU^er.
1973—January.
February...
Marchll
April 15
May
June

36,171
{ ^8,687
43^628
{ g;^f^
47,481

1,030
1,030
1,030
1,028
1,019
1,019
1,010

[ %:Z

568
566
548
544
544

54, 785

{ li'.m

73, 995
82,900
92,184
77,465
79,454
7a 728
81,420
82,372
82,900
82,073
87,870
90,878
90,598
92,103
92,184

15, 758
17,407
17,340
14,827
15, 975
15,998
19,383
23,786
23, 775
33, 996
51, 209
50, 651
54, 604
61, 520
70, 681
59, 416
60, 608
60,075
60, 931
61,127
61, 520
60, 797
68, 475
71,331
70, 748
70, 902
70,681

10, 733
11,318
11,318
a 112
11,054
11,077
14, 508
19,333
19,333
26,808
39, 679
39,018
38, 603
39,994
45, 693
39,777
40, 618
39, 633
40, 266
40,045
39, 994
38, 535
45,413
46, 924
45, 949
46,099
45, 893

557
529
482
454
348
346
360
306
295
379
1,955
1,955
3,292
5,236
6,934
3,516
3,881
4,117
4,457
4,834
5,236
5,798
6,377
6,917
6,934
6,934
6,934

1 Includes liability on gold deposited by the International Monetary Fund (IMF)
to mitigate the impact on the U.S. gold stock of foreigri purchases for gold subscriptions
to the Fuird urider quota increases, and U.S. Goverriment obhgations at cost value and
funds awaiting investment obtained from proceeds of sales of gold by the IMF to the
Uriited States to acquire income-earning assets.
2 Includes Bank for International Settlements and European Fund.
3 Derived by applying reported transactions to benchmark data; breakdown of transactions by type of holder estimated 1960-63. Includes securities issued by corporations
and other agencies of the U.S. Government which are guaranteed by the United States.
4 Includes long-term liabUities reported by banks in the United States and debt
securities of U.S. federally sponsored agencies and U.S. corporations.
5 Excludes notes issued to foreign official nonreserve agencies.
6 Includes short-term liabihties payable in dollars to foreign bariks, and short-term
liabilities payable in foreigri currencies to foreign banks and to "other foreigners."
. 7 Includes marketable U.S. Government borids and notes held by foreign banks.
8 Principally the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the InterAmerican Development Bank, and the Asian Development Bank.
9 Includes total foreigri holdings of U.S. Government borids and notes, for which
breakdown by type of holder is not available.
10 Not available.
11 Data on the two hnes shown for this date differ because of changes in reporting
coverage. Figures on the flrst hne are compai'able in coverage to those shown for the
preceding date; figures on the second line are comparable to those shown for the following date.
12 Includes $101 million increase in dohar value of foreign currency habihties resulting




811
701
701
686
555
555
429
429
429
3,-452
6,060
6,093
8,594
12,108
12,245
12,094
12,094
12,095
12, 097
12,098
12,108
12, n o
12, n o
12,128
12, 245
12,245
12, 245

2,073
2,341
2,341
2,103
1,505
1,505
1,116

695
695
334
144
144
392
543
2,004

382
368
426
460
499
543
574
948
1,745
1,989
1,998
2,004

1,584
2, 518
2, 518
2,492
2,515
2, 515
2,970
3,023
3,023
3,023
3,371
3,441
3,723
3,639
3,805
3,647
3,647
3,804
3,651
3,651
3,839
3,780
3, 827
3,617
3,831
3, 6-^8
3,805

13, 928
14,472
14,472
22,320
23,638
23, 845
21, 766
17,137
17,169
14,387
10, 262
10, 949
13,437
14,802
14,482
12,128
12, 908
13, 577
14,173
14, 776
14,802
14, 793
12,809
12, 952
13,070
14,296
14, 482

4,785
5,053
4,909
4,738
4,464
4,589
4, 822
4,676
4,604
4,530
4,138
4,141
4,476
4,952
5,320
4,493
4,419
4,830
4,822
4,745
4,952
4,891
4,987
4,959
5,148
5,146
5,320

4,172
4,444
4,444
4,286
3,939
4,064
4,086
4,029
4,039
3,957
3,691
3,694
4,104
4,527
4,937
4,123
4,041
4,241
4,416
4,322
4, 527
4,466
4,595
4,583
4,749
4, 762
4,937

613
609
465
452
525
525
.536
647
565
573
447
425
383
370
378
389
406
423
425
425
372
378
399
384
383

670
725
722
715
859
663
680
844
846
1,324
1,528
1,523
1,478
1,626
1,701
1,428
1,523
1,446
1,494
1,724
1, 828
1, 592
1,819
1,838
1,630
1,759
1,701

from revaluation of the German mark in October 1969, as follows: liquid $17 mihion;
other $84 mihion.
13 Data on the second line differ from those on the fhst hne because certain accourits
previously classified as "official institutions" are included with "banks"; a riumber of
reporting banks are included in the series for the first time; and U.S. Treasury liabilities
payablein foreigii currencies to official institutions of foreigri countries are increased in
value to reflect market excharige rates as of December 31,1971, as follows: U.S. Treasury
certificates, $7 million; nonmarketable, convertible U.S. Treasury bonds and notes, $33
million; and nonmarketable, nonconvertible U.S. Treasury bonds and notes, $70
milhon.
1 Includes $15 milhon increase in dollar value of foreigri currency habihties revalued
4
ill March 1973 to refiect market exchange rates.
15 Includes $147 milhon increase in dollar value of foreigri currericy habihties to official
institutions of foreigri countries revalued in April 1973 to refiect niarket exchange rates,
as follows: short-ter-m liabilities, $15 milhon; noiimarketable, convertible U.S. Treasury
notes, $113 million; nonmarketable, nonconvertible U.S. Treasury notes, $19 million.
NOTE.—Table is based on Departnient of the Treasury data and on data reported
to the Department of the Treasury by banks and brokers in the Urhted States. Data
exclude nonmarketable, nonconvertible U.S. Treasury notes issued to foreign oflacial
nonreserve agencies and include investments by foreign oflacial reserve agencies in debt
securities of U.S. federally sponsored agencies and U.S. corporations. Table excludes
IMF "holding of dohars," and holdings of U.S. Treasury letters of credit and nonnegotiable, noninterest-bearing special U.S, notes held by other international and regional
organizations.

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T A B L E 96.—International investment position of the Uniied States
[Millions of doUars]

Total
Line

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
18
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

Canada

Latin
Americaii
Republics
a n d other
Western
Hemisphere

Japan 3

T y p e of i n v e s t m e n t
1971

1

Westerii E u r o p e

N e t i n t e r n a t i o n a l i n v e s t m e n t position of t h e
U n i t e d States
U . S . assets abroad
N o n l i q u i d assets
U.S. Governnient
Long-term credits:
R e p a y a b l e in d o h a r s •
Other 2
Foreign currencies a n d other shortt e r m assets
P r i vate, long-term
Direct i n v e s t m e n t s abroad
Foreigii securities:
Foreign b o n d s
Foreign corporate stocks
O t h e r clainis, reported b y U . S . b a n k s .
Other claims, reported b y U . S . nonb a n k i n g concerns 5
P r i v a t e , short-term n o n l i q u i d
Claims reported b y U . S . b a n k s
Claims r e p o r t e d b y U . S . n o n b a n k i n g
concerns
L i q u i d assets
..-Private
C l a i m s reported b y U . S . b a n k s
Claims reported by U.S. nonbanking
concerns
U . S . m o n e t a r y reserve assets
Gold
SDR's
C o n v e r t i b l e currencies
Gold t r a n c h e position in I M F




57,615
180, 714
164, 586
34,097

1972 p

1971

1972 p

50,835 • -29,371 • -37,895
50,155
19a 285 45,644
180,932 43,983 48,137
7,851
36,146
7,902

25,529
8,178

28,407
5, 745

6, 799
872

2,390
115,887
88,198

1,994
128,380
94,031

180
33, 295
27, 740

1971

1972

28, 543

29, 211
44,144
42,563

40, on

38, 498
49

6,906
849 .
147
36, 690
30,714

3
41, 209
25, 784

1971

1972 p

1971

1972 P

-7,759
8,343
8,029
608

-11,878
9,683
9,031
903

21, 471
30,791
30, 220
6,853

23,038
33,847
32,939
7,095

30, 622
38, 370
38,192
17,520

30,128
40, 222
39,918
18, 882

782
94

5,942
875

6, 397
854

10,847
4,535

12, 785
4,148 .

29
3,047
1,821

47
4,138

38
19,506
15,789

44
20,984
16, 644

2,138
16, 273
12,473

1,749
18,504
13, 934

International
organizations
and
unallocatedt

1971

482
05

P

47

2
37,500
24,108

Other
foreign
countries 3

1972 p

16, n o
19, 557
7,666
1, 419
1, 414

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17,827
21, 255
8,345
1,488

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1, 483

O

5
5
8,857
6,247
4 4^ 270 4 4,733

H
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14, 854
7,050
3,647

15,844
9,049
4, 916'

504
2,819
707

310
3,329
800

8,728
3,281
208

9,642
4,136
383

269
572
248

256
1,188
315

1,108
173
1,483

1,188
141
1,996

2,070
225
1,023

2,324
255
1,422

4,318
14,622
10,872

4,520
16,426
12,367

1,525
2,837
1,344

1,537
3,545
1,889

1,199
949
578

1,264
1,276
837

139
4,376
4,043

155
3,992
3,887

973
4,061
3,215

995
4,880
4,020

482
2,399
1,692

569
2,732
1,954

3,750
18,128
3,961
2,400

4,059
18,353
5,202
3,142

1,493
1,661
1,386
705

1,658
2,018
1,778
938

371
1,513
1,513
1,049

439
1,581
1,581
1,083

333
314
313
237

325
632
631
495

846
571
571
282

860
908
908
425

707
178
178
127

1,561
12,167
10, 208
1,100
276
585

2,060
13,151
10, 487
' 1,958
241
' 465 .

G681
275

6 840
240

498

76
1

484

(*)

(*)

(*)

(*)

136
1 .

0 483

1, 977

2,124

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*
()
*
()
*

778
304 11,891
304
201

(*)
1
12, 910

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1,891
0,208
1,100

12, 910
10,487
1,958

585

465

d

26 U.S. habiliries to foreigners
123,099 148,850
27
Nonliquid liabihties to other than foreign
oflacial agencies
55,252 65,719
28
U.S. Governnient 9
1,558
1,796
29
Private, long term
49,761 59,817
30
Direct investments in the United
States

U.S. securities:
Corporate and other bonds
Cor-porate stocks
Other habihties, reported by U.S.
bariks
..
Other liabilities, reported by U.S. nonbanking concerns
Private, short-term nonliquid, reported
by U.S. nonbanking concerns
Liquid liabilities to private foreigners and
liquid, other readily marketable, and
nonliquid liabilities to foreign official
agencies
To private foreigners
To foreign commercial banks lo
To international and regional organizarions
To other foreigners
To foreign oflicial agencies
Liquid
-Other readily marketable
Nonhquid, reported by U.S. Government 9

75,015

88,050

13,468

14,933

16,102

21,339

9,320

10,809

5,748

40,270
1,413
36,196

47,486
1,312
43, 409

7,207
18
6,952

8,051
31
7, 779

26
-111

849
18
678

4,225
13
3,730

4,854
2
4,318

1,813
88
1,145

3,612

-230

-132

315

298

148

375
3,596

8
70

58
254

200
2,582

273
3,014

62
644

13,655

14,383

10,088

10,441

8,826
21,429

10,911
27,649

6,825
14,779

8,753
19,548

285
3,121

758

907

244

258

4

1

1

1

115

131

43

5,293

5,987

4,262

4,409

203

195

40

497

538

802

250

.3,933

4,106

2,681

2,745

237

241

173

153

534

380

3,447
2,209
433
1,343

32
846
38

3,428

1,850

2, 291

"i,'856

§,'291

1,246
253

1,420
391

351

480

284 .
433

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84,141
8 51,234
47,610
8144
3,480

40,584
8,357
5,045

6,261
2,281
1,898

6,882
2,603
2,159

18,014
n.s.s.
n.s.s.

20,490
n.s.s.
n.s.s.

5,095
3,884
1,265

5,955
4,222
1,374

4,135
n.s.s.
n.s.s.

7,885
n.s.s.
n.s.s.

1,597
1,053

1,137
1,137

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si,627
8
10 .
84,952
1,190
1,302
383
s 61,542 30,173 34, 227
3,980
857,3301 OQ ARQ.
1, 340
3543; ^J,^^^ 33,533

444
4,279

n.s.s.
n.s.s.
n.s.s.

n.s.s.
n.s.s.
n.s.s.

328
2,071
1,431
1,431

334
2,514
1,733
1,733

n.s.s.
n.s.s.
n.s.s.
n.s.s.

n.s.s.
n.s.s.
n.s.s.
n.s.s.

1,053

1,137

>

135

135

87,847 82,931
s 18,813 s 21,389
s lO, 949 s 14,810

3,669

34,745
4,572
3,374

705

894

2,840

1,439
2,840 .

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p Preliminary.
*Less than $500,000 (dz).
Jlncludes 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 amounts of miscellaneous 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 currericy, with a third country's currency, or by delivery of materials or transfer
of services.
3 The Ryukyu Islands are included with Japan in 1972; in previous periods they are
included with other foreign countries.
* For the most part represents the estimated investment in shipping companies registered primarily in Panama and Liberia.
5 The long-term position data given here include estimates for real estate, insurance,
estates, and trusts.
6 Country detail for Western Europe includes the six countries of the European




Economic Community, United Kingdom, and Switzerland only, and for Latin America
and O.W.H. includes only Bahamas and Bermuda. Remaining countries are not separately identified due to insignificant amounts and are included in other foreign countries.
7 Total reserve assets include an increase of $1,016 mihion resulting from a change in
par value of the U.S. dollar on May 8, 1972, consisting of $828 million total gold stock,
$155 miUion SDR, and $33 milhon gold tranche position in IMF.
8 The regional breakdown for these liability hnes may not add to the world total
since certain items cannot be shown separately.
9 U.S. Government habihties are broken down into those to foreign official reserve
agencies in line 44 and those to others in line 28, including foreign official agencies other
than reserve agencies.
1 As reported by U.S, bariks; ultimate ownership is not identified.
0
SOURCE: U.S, Department of Commerce, "Survey of Current Busiriess," August
1973.
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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E 97.—Assets and liabilities of the Exchange Stabilization F u n d as of J u n e 30,
1972, and J u n e 30, 1973
Assets a n d liabihties

J u n e 30,1972

J u n e 30, 1973

Fiscal 1973,
increase, or
decrease (—)

ASSETS

Cash:
Treasurer' 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
Imprest fund-----T o t a l cash

$2,877,099.11
267,880,367.00
l,50a00
270,738,96011

$852, 988. 82
287,860,367.00 .
3,00000
288,516,355.82

Special d r a w i n g
rights
1,957,831,804.43 1,949,450,187.07
Special account of t h e 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
(schedule!).
---70,939,167.79
76,749,747.08
Foreign exchange d u e from foreign b a n k s :
BankofCanada
22,30007
22,30007 .
Deutsche Bundesbank
3,082,803.87
254,235.94
B a n k of E n g l a n d
243,400,40a 06
2,688,041.31
Banca d'ltalia
221,017.72
233,541.42
Sveriges R i k s b a n k
5,27038
5,618.79
B a n q u e N a t i o n a l e Suisse
5,841.04
9,40015
B a n k for I n t e r n r i o n a l S e t t l e m e n t s
155,173,595.50
11,339. 60
I n v e s t m e n t s in U . S . G o v e r n m e n t securities
(schedule 2)
2,578,479, 270 93 2,934,101, 273. 61
I n v e s t m e n t s in foreign securities (schedule 2)
37,051,140 05
--A c c o u n t s receivable
162,381.18
241,170 00
Accrued iriterest receivable—U.S. G o v e r n m e n t
securities
3,192,03a 98
15,515,608.70
A c c r u e d i n t e r e s t r e c e i v a b l e — S D R holdings
4,907,48a 00
4,888,977,87
A c c r u e d i n t e r e s t receivable—foreign
1,975,052. 85
17,891.94
P r e p a i d expense
572.95
F u r n i t u r e a n d e q u i p m e n t , less allowance for depreciation
280,764.55
225,481.80
Buildings, less allowance for depreciation
35,800 00
33,800. 00
Land.-.-----100,00000
100,00a00 .
T o t a l assets

5,338,405,267.44

5,253,062,980 08

-$2,224,110 49
1,500 00
-2,222,6ia49
-8,181,417.36
- 3 , 1 8 9 , 4 2 0 71
-2,828,567.93
-240,712,387,75
12, 523, 70
348.41
3,55a 11
-155,162,255.90
355, 822,002, 88
- 3 7 , 0 5 1 , 1 4 0 05
78, 808, 82
12,323,588, 83
-20,502.13
- 1 , 9 5 7 , 1 6 0 91
- 5 7 2 . 95
- 5 5 , 282. 75
- 1 , 8 0 0 00
-83,342,287.38

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

Accounts payable
8,207,338.33
8,760,767.29
Special a c c o u n t s
3,000,00000
3,000,00000 .
A d v a n c e from U . S . T r e a s u r e r ( U . S , d r a w i n g s on
IMF)
--- 1,712,000,000 00 1,712,000,000 00 .
Special d r a w i n g rights cerrificates
400,000, OOa 00
400,000,000 00 Deferred liability—foreign exchanges r e v a l u a r i o n . . . .
164,793,751, 60
172,816,090 95
Specral d r a w i n g rights allocarions
2,490, 605,86a 90 2,490, 605,86a 90 .
C a p i t a l account
200,000,000.00
200,000,000 00 .
C u m u l a t i v e n e t i n c o m e (schedule 3)
- - 357,798,310 61
285, 880,260. 92
T o t a l liabihries a n d capital




5,338,405, 267.44 5, 253,082,980.08

553,428. 98

8, 022, 339. 35
- 9 1 , 918, 055. 89
-83, 342, 287. 38

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293

TABLE 97.—Assets and liabilities of the Exchange Stabilization Fund as of June 30,
1972, and June 30, 1973—Contmued
SCHEDULE 1.—SPECIAL ACCOUNT OF T H E S E C R E T A R Y OF T H E T R E A S U R Y IN T H E
F E D E R A L RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK—GOLD
June 30,1972
Gold accounts

June 30, 1973

Ounces

62,646,357.23
15,024.10
17,277,78046

1,564,565.228
395.371
454,678.591

59,456,930 52
15,024,10
17,277,780 46

2,103,662.313

Totalgold

Ounces

1,648,588.351
395.371
454,678.591

Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Federal Reserve Bank of Arianta
U,S, Assay Oflice, NewYork

Dollars

Dollars

79,939,167.79

2,019,730188

76,749,747.08

S C H E D U L E 2.—INVESTMENTS H E L D BY T H E EXCHANGE STABILIZATION F U N D ,
JUNE 30, 1973
Securities

Face value

Special issues. Exchange Stabihzation Fund series
6.45% maturing July 1, 1973-.--

Cost (in dollars)

$2,934,101,273.81

$2,934,101,273.81

Accrued
interest
$15,515,608.79

SCHEDULE 3.—INCOME AND EXPENSE
Jan. 31,1934, through-

Classification

June 30, 1972

June 30, 1973

Income:
Profits on transactions in:
Gold and exchange (including profits from handhng charges on
gold)
$22,350,994.33 -$197,231,277.64
Sale of silver to U.S. Treasury....
3,473,362.29
3,473,362,29
Silver
102,735,27
102,735,27
Investments...
1,368,957.14
1,325,207.14
Miscellaneous
187,270 41
186,527.23
Interest on:
Investments.--.
294,273,144.64
436,158,128,20
Special drawing
rights
---- -8,081,940 82
-16,275,2ia 76
Foreign balances
175,788,19a 79
179,517,437.81
Revaluarion of SD R holdings and allocations
-42,077,997. 83
-42,077,997. 83
Totaliricome

-

Expense:
Personnel compensarion and benefits- Travel
Trarisportation of things
Rent, communicarions, and urihries
Supphes and materials
Other....
Total expense
Cumularive net income




-.
.

-

447,382,725.22

-

365,178,911.51

83,947,887.11
3,852,03L58
4,109,423.35
1,990,188.52
528,138.44
15,156,750 61

71,336,74a 23
4,348,983.87
4,182,330 28
2,232,805. 92
580,952.12
16,616,84a 17

-.-.

89,584,408.61

99,298.65a59

----

357,798,310 61

265,880,26a 92

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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 98.—Summary of receipts, withdrawals, and balances of nonpurchased foreign
currencies held by the U.S. Government fiscal 1973
[In U.S. dollar equivalents]
Balances held by the Department of the Treasury, July 1, 1972-1, 56a 994, IOL 69
Receipts:
Sale of agricultural commodities pursuant to:
Title I, Public Law 480, Agricultural Trade Development and
Assistance Act of 1954, as amended (7 U.S.C. 1704-1705)
204,489,947. 58
Commodity Credit Corporarion Charter Act (15 U .S.C. 713a) -.
607,488. 88
Loans and other assistance:
Title I, Pubhc Law 480, loan repayments, including interest:
Sec. 104(e) loans to private enterprises
24, 562,018. 81
Sec. 104(f) loans to foreign governments
158,320,191. 73
Sec. 612, Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2382) loan
repayments including interest
--138,005,252. 45
Lend-lease and surplus property agreements (22 U.S.C. 412b and
50 App. U.S.C. 1641(b)(1), 1946 ed.) i
1,247,82a 10
Bilateral agreements 5 percent and 10 percent counterpart funds
(22 U.S.C. 1852(b))
1,722,838.39
Interest on deposi tary balances
28,496,692,80
Ah other sources.---39,899, 87a 33
Total collections

-

-

Total available
Withdrawals:
Sold for dohars, proceeds credited to: 2
Miscellaneous receipts of the general fund
Commodity Credit Corporation, Agriculture
Other fund accounts
Total sold for dollars

595,351,820 85

-

2,158,345,928.44
--

122,150,500.96
220,080,794,39
- -39,213,815.07

--

303,017,480 28

Requisitioned for use without reimbursement to the Treasury
pursuant to:
Sec. 104, Public Law 480, as amended (7 U,S.C, 1704)
Other authority
Total requisitioned without reimbursement
Total withdrawals

215,256,576.18
357,252,32

--

215,613,827, 50

-

618,631,307.78

Adjustment for rate differences
Balances held by Treasury, June 30, 1973

68,809,467.90
-

-

Balances held by the Department of the Treasury, June 30, 1973:
Proceeds for credit to miscellaneous receipts of the general fund
Proceeds for credit to agency accounts:
Commodity Credit Corporation, AgricultureOther
For program allocations:
Sec. 104, title I, Public Law 480, as amended
Total balances held by Treasury, June 30, 1973 Balances held by other executive agencies June 30,1973, for purpose of:
Program uses under Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act
----Trust agreements with foreign countries
Loans to private enterprises, Foreign Assistance Act- - Economic and technical assistance under Mutual Security Act
American schools and hospitals- Other
----Total balances held by other execurive agencies
Grand total

--

1,704,624,088,66
870,334,665,11
.

628,381,603.04
-10,48a 780 44

.-----

-

-. --.-

316,277,606,85
1,704,524,088, 56
136,524,670 08
21,868,394,14
10,373,443,98
3,300,791,61
1,609,937,84
1,283,483.62
174,980,621. 07
1,879,484,70a 63

1 Collections under lend-lease and surplus property agreements will continue to be made until such agreements are satisfied, although the act originally authorizing such action has been repealed.
2 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 accourits on the books of the Treasury.
NOTE.—For the purpose of providing a common denominator, the currencies of 107 foreign countries
(see table 99) are herein stated in U.S, dohar equivalents. It should not be assumed 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 Pubhc Law 480 and the Mutual Security
Act were converted at deposit rates provided for in the international agreements with the respective countries. Many of these currencies are available to agencies without reimbursement pursuant to legislative
authority and, when disbursed to the foreign governments, will generally be accepted by them at the deposit or collection rates. The dollar equivalents of currencies sold for dohars during the month were calculated at the prevaihng market rates used to pay U.S. obligations. The closing balances were converted at
the June 30,1973, reporting rates.
For additional data on foreign currency transactions, see part 6 of tH^ "Combined Statement of Receipts,
Expenditures and Balances of the United States Government for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1973."
The above figures exclude country-owned foreign currencies, generally called "counterpart funds."




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 99.—Balances of nonpurchased foreign currencies held by the U.S. Government, June 30, 1973
I n T r e a s u r y accounts
Country

I n agency accounts

Currency
Foreign c u r r e n c y

Afghanistan
Afghani
Argentina
Peso
Austraha
Dohar
Austria
Schihing
Bahamas
Dollar
Bangladesh
Taka.
Barbados
. . - Dollar
Belgium
Franc
-..
Bermuda
Dollar
Bohvia
Peso
Brazil
Cruzeiro
British Honduras. Dohar
Burma
Kyat
Cameroon
CFA Franc.-Chad.--- C F A F r a n c . - Chile..
Escudo
China
N . T . Dollar.-Colombia
Peso..CostaRica
Colon-..
Cyprus
Pound
Czechoslovakia... Koruna
Dahomey
CFA Franc...
Denmark
Krone.
Dominican
Peso
Repubhc.
Ecuador
Sucre
Egypt
--. Pound
E l Salvador
ColonEthiopia
Dollar
Fiji I s l a n d s
Dollar
Finland
Markka
France
Franc
Gambia
Pound
Germany, West... W.D. M a r k . . .
Germany, East.-- E . D . Mark.--.
Ghana
Cedi
-.Greece
Drachma
Guatemala.Quetzal
Guinea
Syh
Guyana
Dollar
Halri
.--- Gourde
Honduras
Lempira
Hong Kong
Dollar
Hungary
Forint
Iceland
- Krona
-India
Rupee
-Indonesia
Rupiah
-Iran
Rial
--.
Ireland
Pound--Israel
Pound
--Italy
Lira
I v o r y Coast
CFA Franc--.
Jamaica
Dohar
Japan
Yen
Jordan
Dinar
Kenya
Shilhng
Khmer, RepubCambodian
h e of,
Riel.
Korea, South
Won
Laos
Kip
Lebanon
Pound
Libya
Dinar
Malawi
Kwacha
Malaysia..-Dohar
Mali.Franc
Martinique
Franc
Mexico
Peso
Morocco
Dirham
Nepal
Indian RupeeNepal-Rupee
-.Netherlands
Guilder
Netherlands
Florin
Anrihes.
See footnotes a t e n d of t a b l e .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Dohar
equivalent

Foreign
currency

Dohar
equivalent

-19,319,434.00
-83,217.50
-10,982.86
- 7 7 , 0 8 a 94
- 3 3 0 31
1,850, OOO 00
-45,742.80
-833,345,00
-2,092.38
13,042,150 92
-9,879,843.63
- 2 1 5 , 47
50,783,206,95
-1,874,947,00
- 5 3 , 4 3 0 00
-435,854. 91
-36,304,583.37
1,138,27a 39
-104,053.82
-1,222,36
7,161,557.00
-1,267,404.00
- 2 3 , 2 3 1 . 57
-6,398.18

-297,222.08
- 8 , 3 8 a 41
-15,582.95
-4,282.61
-338.00
254,010 20 .
-23,737.83
-16,424,92
- 2 , 1 3 4 , 43
652,107,85
-1,630,337,23
-134,75
10, 601, 922,12
- 8 , 4 8 3 , 92
-241,79
-2,793.94
-955,383.78
48,623.26
-12,184,29
-3,572.07
994, 860, 69 .
-5,734.86
- 3 , 7 0 7 , 58
-8,398,18

19,319,434.00
83,217.50
10,982.86
77,086.94
330 31

297,222.06
8,380.41
15,582.95
4,282. 81
338.00

45, 742.80
633, 345,00
2, 092,38
1,309, 170,69
19,854, 296. 09
215.47
19,716, 213,02
1,874, 947,00
53, 436.00
435, 854.91
39,187, 224.32
232, 968.85
112, 519.30
1. 222. 36

23,737.83
16,424, 92
2,134, 43
65,458.54
3,276,286. 48
134. 75
4,116, n a 63
8,483,92
241. 79
2,793. 94
1,031,242,75
9,951. 68
13,175.56
3,572.07

1, 267,404.00
23,231.57
62,927.81

5,734.86
3,707.56
62,927.81

3,058,170.20
130,866,330 38
-6,472,88
-154,565,13
- 1 , 8 8 a 10
- 1 4 , 8 9 a 79
-191,747,12
-10,658,50
- 1 9 0 , 4 3 a 75
32,042, 69
179, 994.59
12,794,4ia 80
- 4 5 2 , 20
131,707,208. 91
- 1 , 0 8 a 00

123,812.58
235,540,567,65
-2,589.15
- 7 5 , 2 5 a 79
- 2 , 1 7 a 86
-3,887,47
-43,509.67
- 6 , 9 3 a 10
-78,528,14
2,584.09 .
159, 924. 95
428,480. 86
- 4 5 2 . 20
6,437,302.48
- 5 2 a 55

129,317.72
19,946,944.55
6,472.88
154,585.13
1,68a 10
14,896.79
191,747.12
10,858.50
190,43a 75

5,235.54
35,901,828.06
2, 58a 15
75,25a 79
2,176.88
3,887.47
43,509.67
6,930.10
78,528.14

1,638,365.78
264,281.00
1,754.42
124,080,048.84
1,089.00

1,439,688.73
8,809.37
1,754.42
8,064,518. 41
520.55
200.00
4,654.14
21,453. 94

274, 610 17

-no, 273.23

833, 836.00
- 1 7 9 , 936. 30
8,521,847, 997.95
1,926,542, 084.85
- 8 , 5 2 4 , 193.00
637. 51
- 3 , 4 8 7 , 246.20
- 1 , 9 9 7 , 089.00
- 3 , 941.00
- 3 , 79a 72
5, 545,481, 357,00
- 1 , 512.08
- 1 , 1 5 5 , 045,53
128,738, 818, 92
101,086,813.95
- 3 , 5 3 4 . 55
- 1 2 3 . 87
-3,476.19
-4,817.74
-43,463.00
-108.50
-9,754.49
42,087,898.15
167,653.00
6,000,000.00
-133,293.56
-383.80

1, ooa 00

9,308.29
137,308. 09
110,273.23
-21,453,94
33,588,27 .
179,930 30
-1,977,32
589,844, 593. 25
902,053,665,00
200,870,973.83
4,820,004.99
6,524,193.00
-98,654.71
637.51
-1,64L37
3,497,034.62
- 8 3 0 , 2 9 0 72
36, 225,340.00
-3,413.83
3,941.00
-17.83
5,167.19
-4,174.80
610,878,889.00
20, 926,269.26
1,512.08
- 4 , 6 i a 00
1,155,045.53
-165,218.93
561, 932.87 , 129,315,97a 73
254, 628.73
-1,407.07
- 4 i a 93
-4,375.32
-1,87L04
- 9 8 . 33
-24.74
-780.98
10,250,34a 51
23,188.62
543,97a 99
- 3 9 , 9 2 a 21
-203.70

438, 678,871.19
474,866,645.00
3,534. 55
123.67
3,478.19
4,817.74
43,463. 00
108.50
9,754.49
1,800,871.90
44,944,603,41
6,133,87
113,293.58
363.80

1,977.32
78,789,017.04
481,704. 96
98, 854, 71
1,641.37
832,627. 29
61,923. 66
17.83
5,690,74
2,305,203,36
4 , 6 i a 00
185,218. 93
4,929,358. 23
1, 099,946, 77
784,903, 55
1,407, 07
419. 93
4,375.32
1,871.04
98.33
24.74
780. 98
438.505.19
6,216,404.34
55a 11
39,920. 21
203. 70

296

1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 99.—Balances of nonpurchased foreign currencies held by the U.S. Government, June 30, 1973—Continued
I n T r e a s u r y accounts
Country

I n agency accounts

Currency
Foreign
currency

DoUar
equivalent

Foreign c u r r e n c y

New Zealand.
Nicaragua
Nigeria
Norway
Pakistan
Paraguay
Peru
Phihppines.-Poland
Portugal
Sierra L e o n e . .
Somali
S o u t h Africa..
Spain
1..
Sri L a n k a
Sudan
Surinam
Sweden
Switzerland...
Syrian A r a b
Republic.
Tanzania
Tanzania
Thailand.
Thailand.
Trirridad
Turusia
Turkey
Uganda
-.
Uiuted Kingdom.
U p p e r V olta
Uruguay
Venezuela
--.
Vietnam, South...
Yugoslavia
Zaire
-..
Zambia

Dollar
Cordoba
Pound
Krone
Rupee
Guaranl
Sol
--Peso
Zloty
-Escudo.....-CFA Franc-Leone
ShUling
Rand
--Peseta
Rupee
Pound
F lorin
Krona
Franc
--Pound
Shilling
Kenya
Shilhng.
Baht
Cambodian
Riel.
T & T DollarDinar
Lira
Shilling
Pound
-.
CFA Franc--.
Peso-.-.
Bolivar
-.
.Piastre
Dinar
Zaire..Kwacha
-.

Total
See n o t e , t a b l e 98.




DoUar
equivalent

-2,596,84
1,843,262. 81
-43,794. 99
-18,894.14
1,360, 900,662.06
-576,045. 00
-615,206. 72
-558,733.38
7,601,062,296. 84
- 1 9 3 , 942. 26
- 1 1 1 , 160,130 00
-118,42
-2,844,40
- 3 , 9 7 2 , 90
40,738,382. 00

-3,478.88
263,323.26
-67,036. 67
- 3 , 3 2 9 . 36
138,464,612.34
- 4 , 671. 79
- 1 1 , 8 7 0 58
- 8 2 , 530 78
317, 798,021. 80
- 7 , 8 8 0 83
-602,987,04
-147,38
- 4 6 4 . 24
-5,847.33
700 900.93

1,499, 520 33
- 1 4 a 35
-22,424. 38
- 6 , 7 9 0 27
21,228, 641.30

3,767,630 02
-85.15
-4,96L29
-2,191.12
5,307,135.32

- 2 8 , 1 8 8 . 80
-300,409. 40

-4,068.82
' - 4 2 , 970. 88

28,180 80
300,409.40

4 , 0 5 0 82
42, 97a 88

-988,687.85

- 4 8 , 5718. 53

26,318,432.88
23,104,980 27

1,285,309. 28
100 850 99

401. C9
-205.37
2, 926,084.44
18, 751,205. 30
16, 954,058. 07
- 1 , 2 8 7 . 52
894,043. 95
- 9 9 , 518. 78
111,381,51
-285,008. 98
1,869,253. CO
-7,553.18
2,099, 996. 00
- 2 , 3 4 0 38
104,801. 04
-21,927. 81
87, 555.87 1, 567,397,708. 96
44,206,401. 05
32,790, 590 80
159,03O 58
-318,081.16
88,733. 71
-107,615.01

208.14
7,107,273. 34
1,211,004.15
99, 518. 78
285,008. 98
7,553.18
2,346. 36
24,488. 22
3,134,795. 43
2,664,641. 42
318,081.16
107,815. 01

- 3 9 5 . 75
7,719,871. 22
- 1 8 , 0 2 5 . 29
-694,043. 95
-111,381,51
-1,669,253, 00
- 2 , 0 9 9 , 990 00
- 9 3 , 8 5 1 . 04
33,777,935.25
643,996,050.80
-159,030. 58
- 8 8 , 7 3 3 . 71

1,704^524,088.56 .

2, 596. 84
65, 684.30
43, 794. 99
18, 894.14
60,257, 144, 72
1,07b, 509.48
610, 798.89
1,478, 784.40
14,883, 851. 95
193, 942.26
219, 904, 535. 00
118.42 •
844,40
972. 90
3,388, 841. 00
724, 633.11
531, 588.09
140 35
424.38
790.27
347. 67

3,478, 88
a 383,47
87,036, 57
3,329. 38
6,086, 580 27
8,49011
14,080 20
218,431. 96
747,181.32
7,880 63
995,043.14
147. 38
464.24
5,847.33
68,273.25
118,831.27
1,335,648, 48
85.15
4, 951. 29
2,191.12
3,336, 92

174, 960,621.07

Indebtedness of Foreign Governments
T A B L E 100.—Indebtedness of foreign governments to the United States arising from World War I as of J u n e 30, 1973
Original
indebtedness

Armenia
Austria 1
Belgium
Cuba
Czechoslovakia
Estonia
Finland
France
Great Britain
Greece
Hungary 4
Italy
Latvia
Liberia
Lithuania.Nicaragua 6
Poland
Romania
Russia
Yugoslavia
Total

---

- ---

$11,959,917.49
26,843,148.68
419,837,630 37
10,000, ooa 00
185,071,023.07
18,468,012.87
8,999,99a 97
4,089,689,588.18
4,802,181,641.56
34,319,843.67
1,982,555.50
2,042,364,3ia 28
6,888,664.20
26,00a00
6,432,485.00
141,95a 36
207,344,297.37
68,359,192.45
192,601,297.37
63,577,712,55
12,195,087,259.92

Interest
through
J u n e 30,1973

Total

$32,175,040, 29
44,058. 93
388,780,720. 47
2,288,751.58
138,585,008.09
25,304, 96a 01
12,337,32a 98
4,046,328,302.14
7,891,531,958.11
5,045,224.32
3,173,639.66
444,456, 22a 22
10, 885,968. 91
10,471.56
9, 905,518.12
26, 625.48
322,437,184.38
62,152,382.42
533, 870, 068. 67
38, 786,527.92

$44,134, 957. 78
26,887, 207. 59
788,618, 350. 84
12,288, 751.58
323,856, 031.18
41, 770, 972.88
21,337, 320. 93
8,136,017,, 890 32
12,693,713, 599. 87
3 39,365, 087. 99
,
1,195.16
5,156,
2,488,820, 539,50
17, 574, 633,11
36,, 471.56
18,337, 983.12
188, 575, 84
529, 781; 481, 75
130,511 , 574, 87
728,471, 360 04 102,344, . 240.47

$33,033,1
1,842.87
2, 286,:
i,751.58
304,1
,178.09
ia68
;,432.07
1,248,'
2 5,550, 099,97
' 3
212,337,,a 2 a 9 6
1,588.18
228,039,
i, 302.82
260,036,3
! 6
434,181, 641,56 1,590,672, ,r 5 a i 8
,575.79
1,398, 868.34
4, 701,1
!,924.26
482,9
73, 995,50
319. 28
.,56a 88
37, 464,
63,385,r
1,34a 07
752,3
9. 200.00
1,471.56
10,4
26, ooa 00
,173.58
1,003,:
234, 783.00
i, 625.48
28, e
141, 95a 36
I,
21,359, fooa 18
61,287, 297.37
!,375.20
i,
7 292,3
7 4, 498, 632.02
1,311,88
8 8, 750,3
1,952,712.55
1,05014
636, f

26,142,994,212.16

762,710,244,32

13, 947, 903,952. 24

Cumulative payments
Principal

1 T h e F e d e r a l R e p u b h c of G e r m a n y h a s recogruzed h a b i h t y for securities falling
d u e b e t w e e n Mar. 12,1938, a n d M a y 8, 1945.
2 $8,480,090.26 h a s b e e n m a d e available for e d u c a t i o n a l exchange p r o g r a m s w i t h F i n l a n d pmrsuant to 22 U . S . C . 2455 (e).
3 I n c l u d e s $13,155,921 r e f u n d e d b y t h e a g r e e m e n t of M a y 28,1984. T h e agreement w a s
ratified b y Congress N o v . 5,1966.
4 I n t e r e s t p a y m e n t s from D e c . 15,1932, to J u n e 15,1937, were paid in pengo e q u i v a l e n t .




Total
outstanding

Unmatured
principal

$44,134,925.29
26,024,53a59
736,427,077.60

$15a78a00aO0

Interest

$32,49
862, 688,00
19,157, 830. 37
10,000, OOOOO
19,829, 914.17

2,001,299,711,59

303,521,938.90
67,740,00a00
40, 522,53a 15
6,600,00a00
3,449,000.00
3,440000.00
7,849, 941,99a 32 1,435,303,603.57
10,668,859,301.93 1,789,000,000.00
9 33,264,623.86
9 19,565,975.33
4,599,275.40
822,59a 00
2,385,990,650 34
945,900,000.00
18,813,084.04
2,790,200.00
15,100,020 54

2,777,467.00

507,135,184,20
125,720,567.85
717,721,054,16
99,755,468.78

87,784,00a00
25,870,00a00

Principal and
interest due
and unpaid
$44,134,925.29
26,024,53a50
579,647,077.80
235,781,938.90
33, 922,53a 15
8,214,638,395.75
8,879,859,30L 93
13,698,648.53
3,776,885.40
1,440,090,85a 34
14,022,884.04

28,679,00a00

12,322,55a 54
.--419,351,184.20
99,850,567.65
717,721,054.16
71,076,468.78

23,378,981,250 75 4,573,061,835.90

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18,805,919,42a 85

5 T h e i n d e b t e d n e s s of N i c a r a g u a w a s canceled p u r s u a n t to t h e a g r e e m e n t of A p r . 14,
1938.
6 E x c l u d e s claim a h o w a n c e of $1,813,428.69 d a t e d D e c . 15, 1989,
7 E x c l u d e s p a y m e n t of $100,000 on J u n e 14, 1940, as a t o k e n of good faith.
8 Principally proceeds from h q u i 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 $12,813,801.32 on a g r e e m e n t of M a y 28, 1964.

CO

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CO

00

T A B L E 101.—Status of Germany World War I Indebtedness as of J u n e 30, 1973

Funded
indebtedness

Interest through
June 30,1973

Total

CumiUative payments
Principal

Interest

Total outstanding

Unmatured
principal

Principal and
interest due and
unpaid

O
O

Agreement as of June 23,
1930, and May 26, 1932:
Mixed claims (reichsmarks)
.
A-rTnv costs rrGichS""
marks)
Total (reichsmarks).-U.S. dohar equivalent 3
Agreement of Feb. 27, 1953,
mixed
claims
(U.S.
dohars)

11,632,000,000.00

908,310,000.00

2,540,310,000.00

81,800,000.00

5,610,000.00

2,453,100,000.00

1,048,100,000.00

792,348,42a 50

1,840,466,42a 50

50,800,000.00

856,406.25

1,788,990,02a 25

1,788,990,02a 25

Ul

2,680,100,000,00 1,700,656,42a 50

4,380,778,42a 50

132,200,000,00

6,468,406.25

4,242,090, 02a 25

328,400,000.00 2 3^915,690,02a25

o

$1,744,217,031.85

< $31,539,595.84

« $2,048,213.85

$1,059,107,685.84

$685,109,388,01

2,126,700,000.00

?d

$1,710,629,222.16 $131,637,12a 00 $1,578,992,102.16

>
97,500,000.00

97,500,000.00

1 Agreement of Feb. 27,1953, provided for cancehation of 24 bonds totahng 489,800,000
reichsmarks and issuance of 26 dohar bonds totahng $97,500,000. The dollar bonds
mature serially over 25 years beginrung Apr. 1,1953. All unmatured bonds are of $4 million denomination,
'
2 Includes 4,027,611,95 reichsmarks (1,529,049,45 on moratorium agreement (Army
costs) and 2,498,562,50 interest on funded agreement) deposited by German Government in the Konversionskasse fur Deutsche Auslandsschulden and not paid to the
United States in dollars as required by the debt and moratorium agreement.




326,400,000.00

77,500,000,00---

20,000,000.00

20,000,00a00

3 The unpaid portion of this indebtedness is converted at 40.33 cents to the reichsmark,
which was the exchange rate at the time of default. The 1930 agreement provided for a
conversion formula for payments relating to the time of payment. These figures are
estimates made solely for this statistical report.
4 Payments converted to U.S. dollars at rate apphcable at the time of payment, i.e.,
40.33 or 23.82 cents to the reichsmark.

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World War I) as of J u n e 30, 1973, by area, country, and major program ^
[In milhons of dollars]

Area and country

Western E u r o p e (excluding Greece a n d T u r k e y ) :
Austria
Belgium
'....
Denmark
Finland
France
..
.
G e r m a n y F e d e r a l R e p u b h c of
Iceland
. .
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
. Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
European Atomic Energy Commrmity
E u r o p e a n Coal a n d Steel C o m m u n i t y .
N o r t h A t l a n t i c T r e a t y Organization (Mainten a n c e S u p p l y Services A g e n c y )
Western E u r o p e — R e g i o n a l
T o t a l Western E u r o p e

U n d e r Agri cul t m a l T r a d e D e v e l o p m e n t Lend-lease,
Under
a n d Assistance A c t
surplus
foreign
property,
L o a n s of foreign currencies L o n g - t e r m
assistance
a n d other
dollar
(and related)
war
acts
: T o foreign
To private
credits
accoimts 2
g o v e r n m e n t s enterprises

Under
ExportImport
Bank Act

25.2 .
27.0
15.1
20 4 .
120 8
•^ 28.4 .
L9
34.6
235.0
.4
81.8
7a 5
52.1
330 3
0 9
18.6
36L4
92.4
01

Commodity
Credit
Corporation
export
credits

Other
credits

22.5
22.1 .
ia5

1.3 .
17.2

0.4

L9
197.4
L8

2.6
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(*)

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5'4'.

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1.4

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12.5
16.3
33.3

2.3"---"I----]-!
1804
---

16.6'
.4 .

.1.-.

47.7
6a 3
34.6
48.9
327.6
3a 3
22.6
90 3
23a 0
1.8
.7
8L8
8a 0
80 3
55a 7

a9

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238.2
83.8

43L5
139.6

208.8

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(*)

2,767.5
93.3 - . .
45.9

30 1

635,9

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18.6
3,798. 6
617.9
52.0
301
.1
64.7

,1
54.7
1,804. 8

Total 3

373.6

.4

231.3

634.8

94.4

2,814.3

8, 28a 4

F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




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World War I ) as of J u n e 30, 1973, by area, couiitry, a n d major program ^—Continued
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[In millions of dollars]

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Area and country

Eastern Europe:
Czechoslovakia.. .
Hungary
----Poland - .
...
Romania..
..
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics- -

Under
ExportImport
Bank Act

.....

Total Eastern Europe
Near East (including Greece, Turkey, and Egypt):
Cyprus
'"•
Egypt, Arab Repubhc of
Greece
Iran
Iraq
Israel
Jordan
Kuwait
- .
Lebanon
Saudi Arabia
Syria
Turkey
Total Near East




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1,5
5.8

2a6'
14.4
50a4
ai
112.5
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2a 0
2.3
15.5
""501"
768.3

Under Agricultural Trade Development Lend-lease,
Under
and Assistance Act
surplus
foreign
property,
assistance Loans of foreign currencies Long-term
and other
dollar
(and related)
war
To foreign
To private
credits
accounts 2
acts
governments enterprises

4,9
Ll
4.6

0
Commodity
Credit
Corporation
export
credits

Other
credits

Total 3

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680 0
35.4

.....
8a 8
237.2
905.2
5L2
.9
37.4
.7
1,017. 7
2,402.5

a8
33a 2
5a 0
3a 0
137.9
3.8

n.4 .
93.0
683.1

2.1
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3,4

i2'4"
18.0

15.7 .
12.7 .
5a 3

LO ..
93,4 .30 6 . .
450 2 . .

4.9
2.1
133.4
4a 9
1,143,7

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690 6

35.4

587. 2 .

1,324.9

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23.3

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72.7
42.8
54.6

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.
..
..

(*)

114.0

2.4
525.2
202.7
904.9
12.1
1,391.4
7a 5
2a 0
15.4
52.8
12.2
1,341.6

173.0

114.0

4,557.3

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232,4
12,4
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54.4
395.1

23.3

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Afgharustan.
India
Nepal
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
South Asia—Regional..
Total South Asia
Africa (excluding Egypt):
Algeria
Angola
Botswana
Cameroon
Central African Repubhc
Dahomey
Ethiopia
Ghana
Guinea
Ivory Coast
Kenya
Liberia
Malagasy Repubhc
Malawi
Mah
Morocco
...
Mozambique
Niger-Nigeri a
•
Senegal
Sierra Leone.
Somali Republic
Sudan
Swaziland
Tanzania
Togo
Tunisia
Uganda
Zaire
Zambia
"East African Common Services Organization.
University of East Africa
West Africa Development Bank
Africa—Regional
Total Africa..
Footnotes at end of table.




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70 8
3.3
292.1

3a 2
3, 049,8
,3
1,581.8
2L8
2.0 .

1.7 .
2, 057.4
3.0 .
234.1

n.6

12.9
,6

4, 694.9

2,307.8

13L5

18.4 .
423.8

2.0

11.4 .
7.4 .

25a 5 .
70 3 .
2.0

3a 9
01
14.2
1.4 .
23.9
5.5
31,6
11.9
48.9

a9
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5a 1 .

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17,9
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1.5

1.9

3.6
3a 2
22.7
3.0

.
.
.
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3.3

4.4 .

23.7
3.4

21.8

a7 .
1.9
298.4

18.8 .

2,7 .
75.3
2.0 .
.5 .
1.1 .

15.0 .
4.5
1.8
37.2 .
.6
4.2

13,0

ia6

.2
5a 8

171.1
11,1
68.2

73.1

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1.8

28.0

a7
12.2

1,004. 3

173.3

a3

242,5

ia6

3a 2
7.0
5.9
3a 5
1,4
.8
7a 6
195,7
51,8
43,0
27.5
124.9
4.4
6.7
2.1
465,8
3.4
2,7
97.1
1.2
12.8
15.5
2a 8
1.8
37.2
.6
317.8
11.1

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9.7
1.9
2.7
1.3
17.2

1.9

2.7
1.3
5.0

282. 6

a9

80.9

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6a 1
5,866.9
3,3
2,17a 5
115.0
2.0
8,232, 6

L3 .
.9 .

5,9
22.3
6a 7
121.8
7.2

ia7

37.4..:

1,763.0
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World War I ) as of J u n e 30, 1973, by area, country, a n d major program ^—Continued
S3

[In milhons of dohars]

Under
ExportImport
Bank Act

Area and country

^

Under Agricultural Trade Development
and Assistance Act

Under
foreign
assistance Loans of foreign currencies
(and related)
acts
To foreign
To private
governments enterprises

Long-term
dollar
credits

Lend-lease,
surplus
property.
and other
war
accounts 2

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Credit
Corporation
export
credits

Other
credits

Total 3

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Eastern Asia and Pacific:
Austraha
Brunei
Burma
China
Hong Kong
Indonesia
Japan-------.
....
Khmer Repubhc
Korea, Repubhc of
Malaysia
New Guinea (Papua).
New Zealand
Phihppines
Singapore. - ThaUand
Vietnam, Repubhc of..

415.9
lao
3.4
113.5
3,1
95,5
32a 8 .
48,3
35.2
27.3 ,
48,2 .
125.9
27.6
20 6

Total Eastern Asia and Pacific.
t7estern Hemisphere:
Antigua
Argentina
Bahamas
B arbados
B ermuda
Bolivia
Brazil




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1,310 3
a8 .
23a 3
08.
.4 .
2L2 .
35.3
497.2

3a 2
212.6

ia2
2a 7

24,0

263.3
414.8 .
ia5 .

a8

7.3

47.4
2L2 .

lia6

151.4
1.072. 2

88.3

'i's"

1,03a 4

835.8
5.3
21.4 .
387.8

iiai

1,197.5

28.4

(*)
345.6

8,9
92.4 .

73.9

......
16a 6

.3 .

13.5
24.7

22.4 .
108.6

(*)

Ul

4,129. 5

4 -a 7

3a 1 .
185, 0 .

2.8 .
52.4 .

ao

a 2

415.9
lao
4a 9
497.4
3.1
1,03a 0
500.0
2L4
978.4
45.7
27.3
48.2
312.6
27.6
7a 4
73.6

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35a 2
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2L2
223.4
1, 704. 9

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Colombia
Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
E l Salvador
Guatemala
Guyana
Haiti
Honduras

-

-

103.8 . . .
30L3
54.7
ILl
3a 3 . .
2L1
14.6
4.0

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-

Nicaragua
Paraguay.Peru
T r i n i d a d a n d Tobacro
Uruguay

26.'3"
3.5
27.5
282,3
3.5
34.8
7.8
3L6
2.8
15.5
2.3
124.8

2a 2
7.2

153.1
87.4
57.7
44,4
31.7
5.3
44.7
9.5
90 9
79.7
90.2
29,3
122.7
.8

(*)

1.1

563.8
72L4
65.7

(*)

,3

a2

45.9 . . 15.5 - .

...
...

.1
.2
.1

45.2
35.7

.4 --.
.7 - . .

...

.5
.5

7.5 . . .
.5 . . .

.8
.1
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".i"."

.8 . .

- -

(*)

(*)

.-.
5.8
11.8

.8
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8.6 . . .
.6 . . .

89,'7'^!!

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53.6
114.5 - - .

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29.1 . .

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C e n t r a l A m e r i c a n B a n k for E c o n o m i c I n t e g r a 93.6
0 9 .--

Western H e m i s p h e r e — R e g i o n a l
Western H e m i s p h e r e — U n s p e c i f i e d
T o t a l Western H e m i s p h e r e
Worldwide:
United Natrons
Worldwide—unspecified
T o t a l all countries a n d i n t e r n a t i o n a l orgaruzations

1,914.3

5.0

Ll

92.1

8.9

313.3

98.1

2.4

6, 248. 0

65,5

2.6

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a 183.1

13,520 5

3, 665. 9

•Less than $50,000.
1 Includes estimates for the U.S. doUar equivalent of receivables denominated in other
than dollars and/or payable at the option of the debtor in foreign ciurencies, goods, or
services. The total amount of such estimates approximates $5,703,1 milhon. Long-term
loans and credits have an original maturity of more than 1 year.
2 Includes $2.2 million for surplus property credits which are not reported in the
"Status of accounts under lend-lease and surplus property agreements" in table 103.
Data exclude indebtedness shown in table 103 consisting of $21.6 milhon in net uncol-




93.6
6, 9
0 8

as'-"-

3, 810 4

103.8
93a 7
8ia4
7a 9
3a 3
227.1
iiai
61,7
55.3
32.5
32,2
48.3
37.8
38a 8
83.7
125.0
52.0
250 9
3.8
16,5
8a 2
23a 3

167.7

3,148.8

1,727.6

1,175.5

3, 021, 0

32,610 1

lected "cash" receivables, $60,6 milhon deferred interest, and $43.5 milhon of interest in
arrears, but includes $165.0 milhon indebtedness arising from war accounts settlements
not reflected in table 103.
3 Excludes outstanding interest deferred by formal agreement or in arrears, but
includes capitahzed interest.
4 Reflects debt reorganization adjustment pursuant to a debt reorganization agreement with Indonesia, Over the entire term of this agreement this adjustment will be
zero.

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Settlement
obligation a n d
i n t e r e s t billed
(net)

Country, etc.

S t a t u s of a m o u n t s o u t s t a n d i n g
Collections

Total
outstanding

Australia
Austria
Belgium
Burma
Canada

1

Chiria.----.
Czechoslovakia
Denmark
Ethiopia
Finland
France
G e r m a n y , F e d e r a l R e p u b l i c of
Greece
Greenland
Hungary
Iceland
India
Indonesia
Iran
Iraq
Italy
Japan
Korea
Liberia
Lebanon

.-

72,203,795.61
8,351.28
21,710,887.78
4,855,981.42
1198,289,89a 80
85,083,233.78
48,460,265.79
54.00
268,135,73L 04
13,728,409.82
35,910,473.08
19,440,8ia86
1,856,838.01

$8, 662, 268.76
8,980. 284. 86
12,198,412.53
5,580,577.14

$863,517.18 .
556,807.01
81,340,822.18
142,077,32 .

16,082,109.14
596,730.50
4, 288,935. 24
3,899,523. 26
20,347,134.92
973,391,505. 87
3,856,085. 48

1,691,795,64
1,062,981.45
931,000,00
23,620.60
2,271,130 46
51,445,798.03
218,755,344.92 .

1,990,965. 94
42,337,42 . .
635,814.50 . . .
697, 805.34
51,402,738.29

41,703,90a 52

192,163,40a 70
10,952,585.86
-5,240,272.68
4,658,958.36
25,169,113.04
1,273,863,588.35
3 224,418,711.99

.




$34,635,924. 87
3,064,425.08
41,819,843.08
1,005,394.68
388,766,007.77 .

$44,081,7ia 80
10,591,490 95
118,627,909.50
a 708,04a 14
388,785,007.77

-

O t h e r credits

U . S . dollars

Foreign cm-rency
(in U . S . d o h a r
equivalent)

29,344,892.63

1,156,763.08 j -

18,747,144. 81
359,428.13 .
8,943,404.63
3,765,000. 00
7,829,287.39 .

1,818,002. 31

'1^145^ 720.'66'

287,954.38
904,847. 09

6, 281, 213. 66
5 36,064,804.20
34,848,976. 89

98, 269,393.91
12,971,483,00
3,529,183,70

3,541,671.44
756,920 82 .
3,977,570 38

521,818, 51

1,134,810 50 .

8,521,77a 94 |

Amounts past
due 1

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period of years
b y agreement

Ul
$1,270,831,71

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7,301,927.97

$1, 270, 831.71

$91,611,812.00:
a 522,749.15

1,853,030 32
197,423,54a 16 .
1,808,301.81 .

74,375,92L98
-3,584,435.73
779,178.82
1,853,030 32
197,423,54016
1,808,301. 61

2 - 1 , 7 6 0 62

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8,361,28 .
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""4,'496,'553.'29'
184,777,327.13
44,348,982.49
3,782,001. 51
54.00 .
185,389,428.52
.
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2,842,937. 27 .
.

935,337.17
28,403,713.00 .
16,597,682.39 .

1,104,551.84

" 4 1 ^ 168.'82

6, 281, 213. (
36, 064,604. 20
34,848,976.!
935,337.17
28,403,713.00
16,697, 682.39

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50, 377, 08a 88
176, 795, 845.11
4, 935, 288. 23
21, 277, 848, 08
14
40, 308, 970 00 .
000, ooa
5, 104,083. 91
51, 427, n a 60
21, 415,5ia 78
1, 115,455.91
2, 064, 98a 28
7, 474,333.51
14, 774, 297.35
117, 592,953. 23
u.s;s.R
--. 1,155, 689, 250. 48
978, 695,908. 82
Yugoslavia
:
-....
138, 685,117.19
American Repubhcs.
2, 023,380 90
American Red Cross
.
.
243, 114,720 52
Federal agencies
.:
187, 829.78
Mihtary withdrawals
1, 472,077. 38
Miscellaneous items
United Nations Rehef and Rehabihtation Administration
.
7, 226,762. 25
Luxembourg
Middle East
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Pakistan
Phihppines
Poland
Saudi Arabia
Southern Rhodesia
Sweden
Thailand
Turkey
Union of South Africa
United Kingdom

Total

..

12a
11, 142, 260
219,740
103, 176,363.
2, 262,135.
11, 308, 978.
40,
36, 153, 254.
21, 427, n a
1, 371, 931.
240, 689.
2, 235,730
11, 082,482.
116, 608, 622,
478, 129,710
234, 789, 25a
63,370
114, 365,404.
2, 023,380
243, 092,790
649.
1, 136,573.

2,005, 855, 29
10,385,744.17 . .

1,824, 653.33
4,178,321.72
2, no, 714. 28
242,487. 98
40,792,979. 74
i7,"322.'i6'
11,921,129.75

...
28,383,412.29 . . .
644,920.86 . . .
1,580,637.90 . - 2,988,168. 91

50,112. 80 .
850,931.47 .
1,281,130 93 .
923,180 68 .
164,635,335. 62
57,900, 000.00
623,065. 20
3,154,183. 21

5,985.80
4.565.065.54

43,570 09

482,034,92L 18 .
886,000,000.00 .
7,855.18 .
7, 244,399.35

5,985.80
4.565.065.54

43,570 09

494,399.35

6 482,034, 921.18
686, 000, 000. 00
7,855.18
7 8,750,000. 00

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186,980 76 .
335,504. 23 .

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1 Principal and interest considered past due as of June 30, 1973, and items subject to
negotiation. '
2 Credit. Represents amounts collected under advance payment agreements not
applied to outstanding indebtedness.
3 Reduced due to settlement of a third party claim.
4 Agreement provides for repayment of 37,099,999.99 rupees.
5 Agreement dated March 16, 1971, provides for payment of principal and interest
semiannually on June 11 and December 11 of each year beginning June 11, 1971, and
June 11, 1986, respectively.




39,234,823.16
45,192,680 41
2,114,003.78
8,435, 074. 95

68a782,42ai7

392,570,521.81

8 1^679,804,431.86

140,887,281.98

1,538,917,14a 8

6 Includes $84,881,702.21 principal and interest postponed pursuant to agreement,
7 Represents amount which is postponed by agreement pending settlement of certain
claims,
8 Includes $294,900,887,38 due under surplus property agreements, $1,256,580,720.55
due under lend-lease settlements, and $270,555,129.75 due under other lend-lease
agreements.
NOTE.

Greece.

O
X

-No settlement agreement for lend-lease has been reached with China and

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Corporations and Other Business-Type Activities of the Federal Government

5
w

TABLE 104.—Comparative statement of securities of Government corporations and other business-type activities held by the Treasury, June SO,
1963-73
[Face amount, in milhons of doUars. On basis of daUy Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables"]
Agency
Agency for International Development
Commodity Credit Corporation
Export-Import Bank of the Unitea states
Federal Housing Administration:
Generalinsurancefund
Special risk insurance fund
Federal National Mortgage Association, secondary market operations
Government National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidatmg functions
Special assistance functions
,
Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Commissioner of Education, student loan insurance fund
Rural Electrification Administration
Sahit Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation
Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration:
i Rural housing du-ect loan account
Dh-ect loan account 1Rural housing insurance fund
Agricultural credit insurance fund 1
Rural development insurance fund i- Secretary of Commerce:
Maritime Admirustration, Federal ship mortgage insurance
fund
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admirustration, Federal
ship financing fund, fishing vessels




1963

1964

1965

1966

1987

1968

1989

807
13,604
1,476

735
13,990
830

712
13,111
613

689
11,768
178

662
10,097

638
11,989
362

10

25

10

4

1970

1971

1972

1973

544
12,115
720

512
12,262
1,586

461
11,977
783

416
11,501
1,743

374
10,884
1,888

10

10

137
86

383
282

831
810

57 .

1,172
1,544

993
1,395

881
1,018

766
699

775
554

988
906

1,028
1,399

1,002
2,130

950
2,602

881
3,100

80
2,972

3,657
123

3,828
123

4,075
124

4,234
125

4,518
125

4,770
129

5,045
133

5,328
133

5,746
130

6,051
127

15
8,583
123

391
698

492
598

651
698

663
598

663
598

38

81

86

175
---

163

663
698
24
169

6

10

5

7

2

656.
598
65
364

598
556
263

598
666
237

---

598
558
452

-

-556
676
379

.
(*)

^
H

yn
O
S3
O

,
3
W
W
g
S
O
S3
S
hq
J
S3
KJ
Q
y^
^3
\l\
i^
1^
S3
W
>
^
S3
Kj

Secretary of Housmg and Urban Development:
College housing loans
Low-rent public housing fund
National flood insurance fund
Pubhc facihty loans
Urban renewal fund
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, Federal ship mortgage
insiH-ance fund, fishing vessels
Bureau of Mines, helium fund
Secretary of Transportation:
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority...
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking faculties...
Secretarv of the Treasury (Federal CivU Defense Act ol 1950)
'..
Tennessee VaUey Authority
U.S. Information Agency
Veterans Administration (veterans dhect ioan program)
Virgin Islands Corporation
Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended:
General Services Administration
Secretary of Agriculture
Secretary of the Interior, Defense Minerals Exploration
Administration
Secretary ofthe Treasm-y
D.C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund. Armory Board,
D.C
Total

113
360

(*)

254
676

203
400

170
400

220
400

260
600

(*) 41

64

94

110

140

207

20

20

20

20

100
22

100
22
1,730

100
22
1,730

100
22
1,730

100
22
1, 730

100
22
1,730

Ul

1

100
22
1,730
1

1,878

Ul

2,305

1.746
161
410

(*)

(*)

2,066

1,366

960
6.

1,400

........

2,811
3
330
800

11
340
800

251

252

60
21
1,730
1

86
21
1,730
1

95
22
1,730
1

100
22
1,730
1

1,804

1,921
66

1,946
78

1,912
79

1,737
79

1,737
81

1,912
81

1,872
94

1,878
94

1,878
94

32

33

33

35

36

39

39

39

39

26,984

24,611

32
21 .

1
29,172

28,354

1,730

(*)

1

29,256

1 In accordance with an act approved Aug. 30, 1972 (7 U.S.C. 1929(g)(1)), the direct
loan account was abohshed and its assets, liabUities, and authorizations were transferred to the agricultural credit insurance fund. All outstanding securities of the agricul-




195
675

2,460
40
1
310
800

22

1,532
25 .

(•)

(*)

27,040

28,164

30,680

>
H-l

I—(

o

>

1

1

1

31,944

33,939

34,237

tural credit insurance furid as of Aug. 30,1972, were transferred to the rural development
insurance fund which was established by this act.
* Less than $500,000.

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308

1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 105.—Capital stock of Government agencies held by the Treasury or other
Government agencies June 30, 1972 and 1973, and changes during 1973
Class and
issuing agent
Capital stock of
Government
corporations:
Held by the
Administrator
ofthe Rural
Electrification
Administration,
Rural Telephone Bank.
Held by the Secretary of the
Treasury:
Export-Import
Bank of the
United States.
Federal Crop
Insurance
Corporation.
Overseas
Private Investment
Corporation.
Held by the Secretary of Agri. culture, Commodity Credit
Corporatioii.

Date, of
authorizing
act

May 7, 1971 - - .

Amount
owned
June 30,1972

Advances

Feb. 16, 1938,
as amended.

60,000,00000

Dec. 3a 1969.June 16,1933,
as amended.

-

40,000,00000
100,000,000.00




Amount
owned
June 30,1973

$30,000, O O 00 $3a 000, O O 00 .
O
O

June 16,1933, 1,000,000,000 00 -as amended.

Total capital
stock.

Repayments
and other
reductions

1,230,000, C O 00
O.

$60,000,000.00

- 1,000,000,000 00

'

60,000,000.00
-

40,000,00000
100,000,000 00

30,000, O O 00
O

1,260, 000, 000, 00

309

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 106.—Borrowing authority and outstanding issues of Government corporations and other business-type activities whose securities are issued to the Secretary
of the Treasury, June 30, 1973
[In milhons of dollars. On basis of daily Treasury statements]
Corporation or activity i

Agency for International Development:
Mutual defense program—economic assistance
-India emergency food aid
Commodity Credit Corporation
Export-Import Bank of the United States
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal home loan banks
Federal Housing Administration: 2
General insurance fundSpecial risk insurance fund
Federal National Mortgage Association:
Secondary market operations fund- -Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
Government National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating functions fund..
Speci al assistance functions fund
Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Commissioner of Education, student loan insurance fund...
Panama Canal Company
Rural Electrification Administration
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation
Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration:
Rural development insurance fund
Rural housing insurance fund
Agricultural credit insurance fund
Secretary of Commerce:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Federal
ship financing fund, fishing vessels...^
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
College housing loans
Low-rent pubhc housing fund
National flood insurance fund
National insurance development fund
-Public facihty loans
Urban renewal fund
Secretary of the Interior:
B ureau of Mi nes, heh um fu nd - - ..
Secretary of Transportation:
Washington Metropohtan Area Transit Authority
National Credit Union Administration:
National credit union share insurance fund
U.S. Postal Service, postal service fund.
-Securities and Exchange Commission:
Securities Investor Protection Corporation fund
L
Smithsoruan Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facihties
Tennessee Vahey Authority
--United States Information Agency, informational media
guaranties
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
securities
held by
Treasury
360
14

360'

14
L4,500
6,000
3 000
4.000

3,836
4,112
3,000
4,000

10,884
1.888

831 .
810 .

831
810

3 2,250
750

2,250 .
750 .
80
8,049

Unused
borrowing
authority

2,972

5,078

15
10 .
8,344
129

8,583
123

10
1,781
6

4 918
5 819
4 679

379
558
878

539
263
3

2,811

964
1,500
239
250
260
200

(*)

15

(*)

3, 775
1, 500 .
250
250 .
100
,000

340
800

255

262
4.

4

100
9,750

100 .
),750 .

1,000

,000 .

20
7150

20 .
100

730

22
1,730 .

6

922
126

1,878
98

44
28

50

39

(*)
74,072

(*)
34,237

(*)
39,835

1 Excludes authorizations to borrow from the public; also excludes authorizations to expend from public
debt receipts for subscriptions to capital stock ofthe following agencies: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, $8,350 mihion; International Monetary Fund, $2,325 mihion; International Finance
Corporation. $35 milhon; and a Government corporation, $999 milhon. In addition, the authorized credit to
the United Kingdom of which $2,788 million is outstanding, has been excluded.
2 Funds may be borrowed as needed pursuant to an act approved Aug. 10, 1985 (12 U.S.C. 1735d).
3 Represents unused portion of authorization to expend from pubhc debt receipts available for loans to
the secondary market operations fund without further action by Congress.
4 Represents amount due Treasury, net amount obligated, and unobligated balance, less uriexpended
fund balance. Authority to borrow from the Treasury is indefinite in amount. Funds may be borrowed as
needed to carry out provisions of acts approved Aug. 8,1961 (7 U.S.C. 1929(c)) and Aug. 30,1972 (7 U.S.C.
1929a(d)).
5 Represents amount due Treasury and net amount obhgated less unexpended fund balance. Funds
may be borrowed as needed but, except as may be authorized in appropriarion acts, not for the original or
any additional capital ofthe fund, as provided by an act approved Aug. 10,1965 (42 U.S.C. 1487(h)).
6 Has been reduced by $250 million representing authority used to borrow from the pubhc.
7 Represents amount of interim securities outstanding which may be issued to the Secretary of the
Treasury under specified conditions as provided by an act approved Aug. 8,1959 (16 U.S.C. 831n-4(c)).
8 Funds may be borrowed from the Secretary of the Treasury under certain conditions as provided by
an act approved July 28,1958 (2 D.C. Code 1727).
*Less than $500,000.




310

1973

REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY

T A B L E 107.—Description of securities of Government corporations and other businesstype activities held by the Treasury, J u n e 30, 1973
[On basis of daily Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables"]
Title and authorizing act

Date of is.sue

Date payable i

Agency for International Development:
Act of Apr. 3, 1948, as amended:
Notes of Administrator (EGA) - . . Various dates - . . June 30, 1984..
Actof June 15, 1951:
Notes of Director (MSA)
- . . . Feb. 6, 1952
Dec. 31, 1983....
Total

Rate of
interest
.^
Percent
IA
2

.

Total

June 30, 1974....
Dec. 31, 1975....
June 30, 1978....
.....do
June 30, 1978.-..

7. 68
2H
3
31^
4%

Total

Subtotal

Footnotes at end of table.




3,457,408,907,84
5,998,910,514.58
571,000, ooa 00
175,000, ooa 00
200,000,000.00
225,000,000.00
89,000, ooa 00
148,000,000 00

1,555,900,000.00
5,499,984.00
26,093,722.47
3,939,892.89
296,230,994,31
1,887,684,593,87

Federal Housing Administration, act of
Aug, 10, 1965, as amended:
General insurance fund:
Advance
Jan, 25,1968
Advances
Various d a t e s . . .
Do
do
Do...
do
Advarice
Oct. 7, 1970
Do
Dec. 6, 1971
Do
Feb. 29, 1972....
Do
Feb. 28, 1973...Do
,
Apr. 30, 1973....

Total Federal Housing Administration...

14,227,383.18

l a 884,319,422.42

Export-Import Bankof the United States,
act of July 31, 1945, as amended:
Advances, Series 1974.
June 30, 1973
Note, Series 1975
Feb. 18, 1971
Note, Series 1976
do
Do...
do
Note, Series 1978
do

Subtotal

$359,574,245. 93

373,801,62011

Commodity Credit Corporarion, act of
Mar. 8,1938, as amended:
Advance
Oct. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1973...... 2 None
Advances
Various d a t e s . . . . . . . . d o
..
5^
Do
do
do
5A
Do
do
...do
..
.5M
Do
do
do
..
6H
Do
do
do
6H
Do
do
...do
6M
Do
do
do
..
%A

Speciai risk insurance fund:
Advances
Do
Do
Do
Advance
Do
Do
Do

Priricipal
amount

Jan. 25, 1981
Various d a t e s . . .
do
do
Oct. 7, 1985
Dec. 6, 1986
Feb. 28, 1987....
Feb. 28, 1988--..
Apr. 30, 1988....

4A
8
6K
6K
IA
5M
5^
6^^
6M

...
Various d a t e s . . . Various d a t e s . . .
do
.....do
do
.....do
do
do
Nov. 25, 1970.... Nov. 25, 1985--..
Dec. 8, 1971
Dec. 6, 1986
Feb. 29, 1972.... Feb. 28, 1987....
Feb. 28, 1973.... Feb. 28, 1988....

10,OOa0OaO0
149,000,000.00
81,000, ooa 00
14a 000, ooa 00
8,000,00a00
5a00a00O00
lOa000, 000.00
94,000,00a00
184,000,000 00
831,000,000 00

6
8H
6K
6^
7
5^
5A
6^

142,000,000.00
53,000,00000
142,000, ooa 00
278,000, ooa 00
25,000,00a00
38,000,00a00
48,000,00a00
8aO00,O0aO0
810,000,000 00
1,841,000,000.00

311

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 107.—Description of securities of Government corporations and other businesstype activities held by the Treasury, June 30, 1973—Continued
Title and authorizing act

Date of issue

Date payable i

Rate of
interest

Governnient National Mortgage Association, act of Aug. 2, 1954, as amended:
Management uid liquidating funcPercent
tions:
Advances
Various dates.. . J u l y l , 1975....
5A
Do
do
do
6
Do
do
do

m

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
,,

Various dates.. .
do
do
do
do
do...
:
do
do
do
do
do
do
.
do
.
do
.
do
do
do....
do
do
do
.
do
do
do
-

Various dates..
do
do
do
do
do
.-do
J u l y l , 1973--.Various
do
J u l y l , 1974-.-. Various dates..
J u l y l , 1974....
J u l y l , 1975....
do
do
do
do
do
J u l y l , 1978..-do
do
J u l y l , 1977

Subtotal

m
bA

W2

m
m
6

63^
6K
6H
734
•

73/8

73^
1%
5%
5/8
61^

73^
7/8
7/8

33^

m
m
m

Total Government National
Mortgage Association .
Health, Education, and Welfare Department—Commissioner of Education:
Student loan insurance fund, act of
Nov. 8, 1985, as amended:
Advance
May 21, 1973..
Do
June 21, 1973..

May 21, 1974....
June 21, 1974....

8/
6M

80,220, O O 00
O
4,130,000. 00
41,100,000. 00
18,800, O O 00
O
118,640, ooa 00
157,310,000. 00
308,270,000. 00
416,810, O O 00
O
111, 445, 000. 00
235,120,000, 00
80,890,000,00
128,160, O O 00
O
74,710,000.00
44,560,000.00
25,900,000.00
731,490,000.00
61,870,000.00
29,420, ooa 00
48,280,000. 00
42,900, O O 00
O
2,880, 000.00
9,950,000.00
145,730, O O 00
O
136,490,000.00
2,972,415, ooa 00

8,000,000.00
7,000,000,00
15,000, ooa 00

Rural Electrification Administration, act
of May 20, 1936, as amended:
Notes of Administrator
Various dates.

Various dates....

St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation, act of May 13, 1954, as
amended:
Revenue bonds
Various dates.

Various dates.... 4 None


http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/
526-680
Federal Reserve O - 74 -of St. Louis
Bank 21

$30,950, 000,00
13,770,000.00
35,500, ooa 00

3,052,635, ooa 00

Total student loan insurance
fund..

Footnotes at end of table.

Principal
amount

3 None 6,562,642,067, 68

123,278,050. 53

312

1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 107.—Description of securities of Government corporations and other businesstype activities held by the Treasury, June 30, 1973—Continued
Title and authorizing act

Date of issue

Date payable i

Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers Home
Administration:
Rural housing insurance fund, act of
July 15, 1949, as amended:
Note
June 15, 1961.. . June 30, 1993..
Notes
Various dates. . Various dates.
do
Do
do
do
Do.
do...
Do
do
do

Rate of
interest

Percent

4/

Subtotal.
June 30, 1978..
June 30, 1978.-

63^
634

Subtotal

5^
514

5H

-8
6/«

5A
63/8

6K

Subtotal.

1,610,428,972.54

Secretary of Commerce:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration Federal ship financing fund, fishing vessels, act of
June 29, 1938, as amended:
Note
Dec. 22, 1972.- . D e c . 27, 1977Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
College housing loans, act of Apr. 20,
1950, as amended:
Note, Series CH
Jan. 1, 1973--.




21,010, ooa 00
18,630,000 00
18,500,000. 00
117,470, ooa 00
43,170, OOO 00
100,000,000 00
44,931, ooa 00
5,000, ooa 00
10,000,000. 00

378,711, ooa 00

Total Secretary of Agriculture

Footnotes at end of table.

326,000,000 00
350,000,000. 00
676,000, OOO 00

Rural development insurance fund,^
actof Aug, 30, 1972:
Advances
Various dates- June 30, 1975..
do
Do
do
do
Do
do
.....do
Do
-do
-Do
do
do
Do
Feb. 9, 1972--- June 30, 1976..
Do
Various dates- , Various dates.
Advance
--- July 1, 1971--. June 30, 1978.do
Do
Sept. 20, 1971..

Subtotal.

$15,000,000.00
120,717,972.54
220,000,000.00
135,000, 000. 00
85,000, OOO 00
555,717,972, 54

Agricultural credit insurance fund,5
act of Aug. 14, 1946, as amended:
Advances
June 30, 1971..
Do
Various dates.

National flood insurance fund, act of
Aug. 1, 1968:
Advances
Advance
Do
Do
Do
Do
----

Principal
amount

Jan. 1, 1974-.

Various dates- Various dates.
May 24, 1972-. J u l y l , 1973...
Sept. 21, 1972.. July 1, 1975....
Jan. 26, 1973... . . . . . d o
Mar. 13, 1973.. . . . . . d o
May 21, 1973... . . . . . d o

275,000.00

2M

2,811,000, ooa 00

51/8

2,408,835. 44
495,021, 73
3,772,26a 73
2,452,018. 06
780,323. 23
1,137, 608. 53

53^
53/8

534

634
6/8

11,046,074.72

313

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 107.—Description of securities of Government corporations and other businesstype activities held by the Treasury, June 30, 1973—Continued
Title and authorizing act

Date of issue

Date payable i

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development—Continued
Pubhc facihty loans, act of Aug. 11,
1955:
.
Note, Series P F
.
Do
.
Do
,
Do
,
Do

May 1, 1967
.
Apr. 11, 1988... .
May 22, 1989..-. .
Mar. 5, 1970.--- .
Feb. 1, 1971
.

J u n e l , 1978....
July 1, 1982
July 1, 1983
July 1, 1984
J u l y l , 1985

Priricipal
amount

Rate of
interest

Percent
3Mo

$170,500, OOO 00
50,000,000. 00
40,000, OOO 00
40,000,000. 00
40,000,000. 00

4

43^
4/8

53^

Subtotal
Urban renewal fund, act of July 15,
1949, as amended:
July 1, 1969
Note, Series U R A . .

340, 500,000. 00

=
. On demand

Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines:
Hehum fund, act of Sept. 13, 1960:
Various dates.. - Sept. 13, 1985...
Notes
do
do
Do..
. Dec. 28, 1965--do
Note
. Various dates-do
Notes
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
. July 28, 1972....
do
Note
. Various dates..
do
Notes
do
do
Do
do
do
Do
. Apr. 10, 1970...
do
Note

-

Total
Footnotes at end of table.




3,962,546,074.72

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, ooa 00
3,500,000. 00
4,200, ooa 00
10,400,000. 00
13,100, ooa 00
8,700,000. 00
4,800, ooa 00
1,020,000. 00
58,830,000. 00
69, 500, 000.00
11,400,000. 00
500,000. 00

4A
434
43/8

43^
Ws
43/
4/8

5
5/8

534
53/8
51^

5^
8

63^
6K
6/8

634

Total
Secretary of Transportation:
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, act of July 13, 1972:
Advance
. Dec. 18, 1972... . Dec. 18, 1973...
Do
. June 25, 1973... . June 25, 1974.--

800,000,000. 00

WA

Total Secretary of Housing and
Urban Development.

251,650, 000. 00

=
53/8

8K

824,700. 00
3, 680,400. 00
4,505, IOO 00

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TABLE 107.—Description of securities of Government corporations and other businesstype activities held by the Treasury, June 30, 1973—Continued
Title and authorizing act

Date of issue

Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking
facilities, act of Jan. 23, 1964:
Revenue bonds
- -. Various dates
Do
do
Do
do
Do
do
Do
do
Do
July 12, 1969
Do
do
Do
do
Do
do

Date payable i

Dec. 31, 2017.
.
do
do
Dec. 31, 2018.
do
L....do
do
do
..do

Rate of
interest

Percent
5A
5H
Ws
5H
5%
6
6^

6H
QVs

Tennessee Valley Authority, act of Aug. 6,
1959:
Advances.
Various d a t e s . . . Various dates.

June 30, 1988..

Do
do
do
Do
-- - - - d o
. .
do
. . J a n . 24, 1949....
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
N o t e s of A d m i n i s t r a t o r ( E G A ) . .. - Various dates - ... Variou!
do
do.
Do
N o t e of A d m i n i s t r a t o r ( E G A ) . . ... A u g . 12, 1959..... June3C
Do
do
.......do.

Total.
Footnotes at end of table.




$3,800, OOO 00
2, 900,000. 00

i,2oaooaoo

2, 200, 000. 00
4,30a 000. 00
1, 000,000. 00
1,300,000 00
1,900,000 00
1,800, 000. 00
20,400,000. 00

Total.

U.S. Iriformation Agency:
Informational media guaranties fund,
act of Apr. 3,1948, as amended:
Note of Administrator (EGA)
Oct. 27, 1948

Priricipal
amount

&
H

Ws
2
2/8

2/?.
2/R
23/

2/s
3

33^
334

33/8
3/8
33/
3/8

4
4/s
^/s

100,000,000. 00

1,410, ooa 00
1,305, OOO 00
2, 272,610 67
775,000. 00
75, 000. 00
302,389.33
1,865, OOO 00
1,100, ooa 00
6 i a 000. 00
3,431,548. 00
495, OOO 00
22a 000. 00
2,625, 960 00
3,451, OOO 00
1,234,332. 67
983,30a 00
57,859. 33

22,114, O O 00
O

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 107.—Description of securities of Government corporations and other businesstype activities held by the Treasury, June 30, 1973—Continued
Title and authorizing act

Date of issue

Veterans Administrarion (veterans direct
loan program), act of Apr . 20, 1950, as
amended:
Agreements
.
Do
Do..
Do
Agreement
.
Do
.
Do
.
Do
.
Do
.
Agreements
.
Do
Do...
Do
Do
-.Do
Agreement
.
Agreements
.

Date payable i

Various dates.. - Indefinite
do
do
do
do
do
do
Apr. 7, 1958....
do
Mar. 29, 1957...
do
Dec. 31, 1956...
do
June 28, 1957.-.
do
Oct. 8, 1 9 5 8 - . do
Various dates-do
do--do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Feb. 5, 1960
do
Various dates - .do

Rate of
interest

Percent
2A

$88,342,74L00
53,032,393. 00
102,845,334. 00
118,763,868. 00
49, 571,200.00
• 49,768,442. 00
49,738,333.00
49,838,707.00
48,855,090.00
99,889,310. 00
392,344,555. 00
no, 000,000.00
20,703,.54L07
109,387,321. 00
99,909,137.93
20,000,000. 00
287,090,023. 00

23/

2A

3
Ws
334
33/8

3^
3^

33/

3/
4
43^
4/
4A

^A
5

Total
Defense Production Act of 1950, as
amended:
General Services Administrarion:
Notes of Administrator, Series D-.. Various dates - . . Various dates..
Do
.
do
--do
..Do
.
do
-do
Do
.
do
do
Do
.
do
do
Do
.
do
,
do
-.-.
Do
do---do
Do
.
do
do
Do
. Apr. 16, 1973.-- - Apr. 16, 1978.-Do.-..
. June 3, 1973
. June 3, 1978
Do
. Various dates. - . Various dates. _
Note
. N o v . l , 1989--. . Nov. 1,1974
Do
. May 12, 1970..- . May 12, 1975.-.
Notes of Administrator
. Various dates - -- Various dates - .
Do
. June30, 1970--- . June 30, 1975..-

Principal
amount

-

35,000,000. 00
192,000,000.00
92,000,000. 00
105,000, 000.00
282,000,000. 00
308,000, 000.00
245,000,000. 00
320, 000, 000. 00
37,000,000. 00
45,000,000. 00
29,000,000.00
46,000,000. 00
30,000,000. 00
59,500,000.00
52,000,000. 00

Ws
Wl
5/
6
83^
8/
63/8

Ws
8/
Ws
7
73/8
7/2
7/8

8

Subtotal
Secretary of Agriculture:
Note
Do
Do
Do

1,877,500, 000. 00

=
.
.
.
.

July 1,1968-.-- J u l y l , 1969---- J u l y l , 1970-.-. .
J u l y l , 1972.... .

July 1,1973
J u l y l , 1974
July 1,1975
J u l y l , 1977

53/

3,017,355.93
74,711,54a 17
1,243,654, 35
18,767,649,36

Ws
7/8
5/8

Subtotal
Secretary of the Interior, Defense
Minerals Exploration Administration:
Note...
. July 1,1967.... . July 1,1977
Do
. July 1,1968.... . J u l y l , 1978

97,740, 205, 81

=
5

9,400,000.00
29,400,000,00

^A

38,800,000, 00

Subtotal

Footnotes at end of table.




1, 730,077,996. 00

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TABLE 107.—Description of securities of Government corporations and other businesstype activities held by the Treasury, June 30, 1973—Continued
Title and authorizing act

Date of issue

Date payable i

Defense Productiori Act of 1950, as
amended—Continued
Total Defense Production Act
of 1950, as amended

Percent

District of Columbia Commissioners:
Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D . C , act of July 28, 1958, as
amended:
Note
Dec. 1, 1972
Note.

Rate of
interest

When furids are
available.
.----do

J u n e l , 1973

5A
%K

Priricipal
amount

$2,014,040,205.81

415,80000
415,80000

Total

-

831,600 00

Total securiries 6..

.

34,237,207.712.48

1 Securities may be redeemed at any time.
2 An act approved Nov. 2, 1965 (15 U.S.C. 713a-lla) provided that after June 30,1964, the portion of borrowings from the Treasury equal to the unreimbursed realized losses recorded on the books of the Corporation after June 30 of the fiscal year in which such losses ai'e reahzed, shall not bear interest and interest shall
not be accrued or paid thereon.
3 Accrued interest payable on the notes issued to the Secretary of the Treasury has been cancehed as
provided by an act approved May 11,1973 (87 Stat. 67). Payments of principal when due on these notes will
be made without payment of interest.
4 In accordance with an act appr-oved Oct. 21, 1970 (33 U.S.C. 985 (b)), the securities issued by this Corporation to the Treasury shall bear no iriterest, and the unpaid interest that has accrued is terTninated.
• In accordance with an act approved Aug. 30, 1972 (7 U.S.C. 1929 (g) (1)), the direct loan account was
>
abolished and its assets, liabilities, and authorizations were transferred to the agricultural credit insurance
fund. All outstandirig securities of the agi-icultural credit insurance fund as of Aug. 30,1972, were transferred
to the rural development insurance fund, which was established by this act.
6 These securities were issued to the Treasury in exchange for advances by the Treasury from public
debt receipts under congressional authorizatiori for specified Government corporations and business-type
activities to borrow from the Treasury.




317

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 108.—Summary statements of financial condition of Government corporations,
other business-type activities, and regular' governmental activities, J u n e 30, 1973
[In millions of dollars. On basis of reports received from activities]
Account

Account

ASSETS

LIABILITIES

Selected current assets:
Fund balances with Treasury: Budget funds
101,558
Budget clearing accounts
585
Deposit funds
1,688
Foreign currency funds
1,882
Allowances, foreign currency
funds ( - )
-3
Federal security holdings (at par)
125,374
Accourits receivable:
Goverriment agencies
-6,282
The public
10,440
Allowances ( - )
-109
Advances to:
Governnient agencies_ 1,537
The Pubhc
1,181
Total selected cm-rent assets
250,376
Loans receivable:
Repayable in doUars
43,773
Repayable in foreign currencies
5,189
Allowances (—)
—1,146
Inventories:
Items for sale
9,038
Work in process
794
Raw materials and supplies
835
Stockpile materials and commodities 12,911
Allowances (—)
—105
Real property and equipment:
Land
.-4,939
Structures and facihries
74,609
Equipment
:
-.65,952
Leasehold improvements
267
Acquired security, pending disposition
1,785
Allowances ( - )
-11,755
Other assets:
Work in process, contractors- - -12,402
Materials and supphes—other
10,826
Other
39,693
Allowances (—)
—60
Total assets

Amount i

-

-- 3 520,328

Selected current habihties:
Accounts payable:
Govei-nment agencies
The pubhc
Advances from:
Governm ent agencies
Thepublic..--

6,304
23,387
-..

2,085
8,565

Total selected current habihties.

38,340

Deposit fund liabihties
-..
Unfunded habihties:
Accrued annual leave
Other..
Debt issued under borrowing authority:
Borrowings from Treasury.
Agency securities outstanding
Other
.-Other habihries
-Total habihries

1,339
3,481
72,234
25,788
8,888
-721
4a 465
198,811

GOVERNMENT EQUITY

Unexpended budget authority:
Unobligated
Undelivered orders
Unfinanced budget authority (—):
Unfihed customer orders
Contract authority
Borrowing authority
Invested capital
-. Other equity:
Receipt accourit equity..
Unappropriated receipts (—)
Foreign currency fund equity
Total Government equity

153,983
92,504
.

—8,747
—29,423
-38; 476
140,176

--

3,217
—843
7,123

---

321,514

Total habihties and Government
equity

520,326

1 Consists of business- and non-business-type activities.
2 Consists mainly of unexpended balances of general, special, and revolving fund accounts 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
ofthe United States and future receipts to take care of checks to be issued against the balances, Undeposited
collections and unconfirmed deposits are included in these balances,
3 Includes foreign currency assets, representing loans and other receivables recoverable in foreign currencies
in U.S. depositories, aggregating $7,143 milhon in dollar equivalent. These currencies, acquired without
dohar payments, were generated under various Government progranis, principaUy the Agricultur-al Trade
Development and Assistance Act of 1954, as amended, and the Mutual Security Acts, as amended. Dollar
equivalents are computed for reporting purposes to provide a common denominator for the currencies of
the many countries involved. Foreign currencies on hand and on deposit and loans under section 104(e)
of the Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954, as amended, are stated at the rates as
of June 30, 1973, 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 dohar denominated or guaranteed as to rate of exchange are stated
at rates specified in the agreements.
NOTE.—Business- and non-business-typc activities report pursuant to Department Circular No. 966,
Revised, dated Dec. 20,1972, and Treasury Fiscal Requirements Manual Transmittal Letter No. 95. Statements of financial condition are published semiannually in the monthly Treasury Bulletin for businesstype activities, and annually for all other funds.




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TABLE 109.—Statement of loans outstanding of Government corporations, other
business-type activities, and regular governmental activities, June 30, 1973
[In thousands of dollars]
U.S. dollar loans
Type of loan and lending agency

Pubhc
enterprise
and trust
revolving
funds 1

Total

Other
activities

To AID AGRICULTURE

Loans to cooperative associations:
Economic opportunity loan fund
Farmers Home Administration:
Agricultural credit insurance fund
Rural development insurance fund
Crop, livestock, and commodity loans:
Commodity Credit Corporation
Farmers Home Administration:
Agricultm-al credit insurance fund
Storage facihty and equipment loans:
Commodity Credit Corporation
Farm mortgage loans:
Farmers Home Administration:
Agricultural credit insurance fund
Rural housing insurance fund
Other loans:
Consumer and Marketing Service:
Milk market orders assessment fund
Economic opportunity loan fund:
Loans to aid farm or rural families
Farmers Home Administrarion:
Agricultural credit insurance fund
State rural rehabihtation funds
Watershed protection and other loans

13,951

13,951 .--.

41, 637
252,929

41,637 --.
252 929

1,143, 941

-.

Total to aid agriculture

1 143 941

3159,719

3159,719

274, n o

274, n o

3 270,930
3 644,328

3 270,930
3 644,328

613

613 .--.

28,145

28,145 .-.

3 584^ 815

75

3 584, 815
75 -..1..586

1,586 -3,418, 779

3,415,193

To AID HOMEOWNERS

Mortgage loans:
Agriculture Departmerit:
Farmers Home Administration:
Agricultural credit insurance fund
Housing and Urban Development Department:
Federal Housing Administration:
Community disposal operations fundRevolving fund- - -.
Governnient National Mortgage Association:
Management and hquidating functioris
Special assistance functions
Low-rent pubhc housing fund
--.
Interior Department:
Bureau of Indian Afi'airs:
Liquidation of lioonah housing project
Veterans Administration:
Direct loans to veterans and reserves
Loan guaranty revolving fund
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance 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 Administration:
Direct loans to veterans and reserves
Loan guaranty revolving fund
Total to aid homeowriers..
Footnotes at end of table.




997
5, 531
31,358, 708
3 449, 590
3 3,311,383
26

5,531
31^ 358,706
3449,590 .
3 3,311,363 .
26 .

132
3 772,316
16,108

3 772, 316
18,108

123,758

123,758 .

1,469

1,469 .

193

193

39,810
3 994,330

39, 810
3994,330

7, 074,129

7,074,129

1,588

Foreign
currency
loans 2

319

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 109.—Siatement of loans outstanding of Government corporations, other
business-typei activities, and regular governmental activities, June 30, 1973—Con.
[In thousands of dollars]
U.S. dollar loans
Type of loan and lending agency
Total

Pubhc
enterprise
and trust
revolving
funds 1

Other
activities

To AID INDUSTRY

Loans to railroads:
Expansion of defense production:
Treasury Department.. Other purposes:
Treasury Department:
Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans
in liquidation
Interstate Commerce Commission
Ship mortgage loans:
Commerce Department:
Federal ship financing fund, revolving fund..
Maritime Administration
Other loans:
Expansion of defense production:
Interior Department
Treasury Departmerit
Defense production guarantees:
Air Force Department
Army Department
Navy Department
Other purposes:
Commerce Department:
Economic Development Administrarion:
Economic development revolving furid...
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:
Fisheries loan fund
Promotion of industry and commerce:
Trade adjustment assistance
Interior Departmerit:
Geological Survey
Transportation Department:
Right-of-way revolving fund
Urban mass transportation fund
General Services Administration:
Reconstruction Finance Corporarion liquidation fund
--Small Business Administration:
Business loan and investment fund
.
Total to aid industry

---

4,347
114,632

4,347

114,832 .

18.787
32,189 .

18,787

1,571
2,819

1,571
2,819

15
461
2,722

15
481
2,722

305,558

305,558 .

7,509

32,189 .

7,509 .

8,075

8,075 .

2,504 .

2,504

78, 061
42, 499

31,404, 910
2,026 724

78,061
42,499

3 1,404,910 . . .
1,869, 324

157, 400

To AID EDUCATION

Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
National Institutes of Health:
Loans to insritutions:
Health professions education fund
Nurse training fund
Other student loan programs
Oflice of Education:
Elementary and secondary educational activities
Higher educational activities, loans to institutions
Higher educational activities, advances for reserve funds
- -.
Higher education facihties loans fund
Loans to students in institutions of higher
education
Student loan insurance fund
Social and Rehabihtation Service:
Assistance to refugees in the United States..
Housing and Urban Development Department:
Cohege housing loans
Total to aid education.
Footnotes at end of table.




3 29,521
313,616
271,542 .

3 2a 521 .
3 13,616
271,542

1,256 ,

1,256

10,039 .

10,039
19,591

19,591
3 478,074

3 478,074 .

1,989,521
87,846

'"87," 846'.

29,158 .

1,989,521
29,156

3 3,266, 098

3 3,268,098 .

8,196,260

3,875,155

2,321,105

Foreign
currency
loans 2

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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 109.—Siatement of loans ouistanding of Government corporations, other
business-type activities, and regular governmental activities, June 30, 1973—Con.
[In thousands of dollars]
U.S. dollar loans
Type of loan and lending agency

Pubhc
enterprise
and trust
revolving
funds 1

Total

Other
activities

Foreign
currency
loans 2

To AID STATES, TERRITORIES, ETC.

Commerce Department:
Economic Development Administration:
Economic development revolving fund
Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Health Services and Mental Health Administration:
Medical facihties guarantee and loan fund
Other loans
Housing and Urban Development Department:
Urban renewal programs
Low-rent pubhc housing fund
Public facility loans
Revolving fund, liquidating programs
Interior Departmerit:
Bureau of Reclamation
Office of Territories:
Alaska pubhc works
Loans for rehabilitation in Guam
Loans to the District of Columbia
Total to aid States, Territories, etc

155,973

155,973

5,064

5,064
30,150 .-.
172,803
49,332
3 462,085
73,430

30,150
172,803
49,332
3 462,065
73,430

172,324

172,324

529
32,208 .
685,397

529
32,208 - --685,397

1,839,275

918,667

920,608

FOREIGN LOANS

Funds appropriated to the President:
Liquidation of foreign mUitary sales fund
Military assistance credits in liquidation
Agency for International Development:
Ahiance for Progress, development loans
Common defense, economic, and triangular
trade loansDevelopment loans
Development loan fund hquidation account...
Loans to foreign firms and U.S. firms in
foreign countries
Loans of predecessor agencies in liquidation...
Other loans.
Overseas Private Investment Corporation
Agriculture Department:
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Long-term export sales credits
Short-term export sales credits
State Departmerit:
Loan to Finland—World War I
Loans to the Uriited Nations
Treasury Department:
Miscellaneous loans and certain other assets:
Lend-lease and surplus property
Loans and other credits
Receivables from foreign banking institutions...
Atomic Energy Commission:
Long-term receivables
United States Informatiori Agency
Total foreign loans.

252, 972
450 .

252,972 .

2,782,373

2,782,373

55,343
6,048,723
189,401

6,048,723
189,401 .

Footnotes at end of table.




677,'553
168,932
845,949
56,973

12, 459

3,158,919
1,292,103

3,158,919
1,292,103
3,449
65, 518

3,449
85,518
1,555,512
43,059,375
2,062

2,062

62,549 ....

1,555,512
'«3,05a375 :

30,278

62,549

519,940,347

513,739, oi2

523,310

3 523,310

OTHER LOANS

Housing and Urban Development Department:
Plousing for the elderly or handicapped
Low-rent public housing fund.-..
Nonprofit sponsor assistance
Rehabilitation loan fund-Revolving fund, liquidating programs

3,610,883

824,168
574, 973

824,166
574,973 .
12,459

55,343
'..""'.'.

823

623

2,900
197,877
3,339

2,900
197,877
3,339

8, 201, 335

5,189,247

321

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 109.—Statement of loans outstanding of Government corporations, other
business-type activities, and regular governmental activities, June 30, 1973—Con.
[In thousands of dollars]
U.S. dollar loans
Type of loan and lending agency
Total

Pubhc
enterprise
and trust
revolving
funds 1

Other
activities

Foreign
currency
loans 2

OTHER LOANS—Continued

Interior Departmerit:
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Revolving fund for loans
Justice Department:
Law Enforcement Assistance Administration- - State Department:
Emergencies in the diplomatic and consular
service
General Services Administrarion:
Liquidation of Virgin Islands Corporarion
Surplus property credit sales and liquidation
activities
Veterans Administration:
Veterans insurance and indemnities
National service hfe insurance fund
Service-disabled veterans insurance fund-Soldier-s and sailors civil rehef
U.S. Government life insurance fund
Veterans reopened insurance fundVeterans special hfe insurance fund
Vocational rehabihtation revolving fund
SmaU Business Administration:
Disaster loan fund
-Total other loans
Totalloans 6

28,038

28,038 .

100,460

100,460 .

1,008
5,580

1,008
5,580

96,535
1,268
918,499
14,065
4
67,188
14,424
33,821
295
3 1,271,820

96,535 .
1,268 .
916,499
14,065
4
67,188
14,424
33,821
295

.
.
,
.

.

31, 271, 820 .

3,279,052

3, 079, 783

M3,772,568

33,971,263

19a 269 •
9,801,303

5,189, 247

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 b(ien issued against certain of these loans under trust agreements by the
Government National Mortgage Association, participation sales fund.
4 Represents receivables of $13 million from Greece, $114 mihion from Turkey, $2,768 million from the
United Kingdom, and the Japan-Ryukyu Islands settlement receivable of $185 million.
5 Loans of the Export-Import Bank of the United States amounting to $8,586 milhon and loans of the
Rural Electrification Administration (including the Rural Telephone Bank) amounting to $6,812 mihion
are excluded. Pursuant to an act approved Aug. 17,1971 (12 U.S.C. 835 (a)), the net outlays ofthe Bank were
r-eclassified outside the unified budget effective as of the close of business Aug. 16, 1971. Most outlays of the
Rural Electrification Administration were reclassified outside the unified budget as of the close of business
May 11, 1973, as provided by an act approved May 11,1973 (87 Stat. 65-71). Excludes foreign military credit
sales and military credit sales to Israel amounting to $958 million, and Defense Department, Army, construction of power systems, Ryukyu Islands loans of $9 milhon. Statements showing these loans were not
received by the Department of the Treasury.
6 Excludes World War I funded and unfunded indebtedness of foreign governments, and certain other
credits shown in table 102.
7 Does not include foreign currericy loans.
NOTE.—The loan account/expenditure account distinction was discontinued in the fiscal year 1972 pursuant to the Oflice of Management and Budget Circular No. A-11, Revised, dated June 12, 1972. Data
formerly classified in the loan account is still published monthly in the Treasury Bulletin while the need
for such data is being assessed. This table excludes interagency loans. The Treasury Bulletin for January
1974 includes statistical statements of financial condition by agencies as of June 30, 1973.




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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 110.—Dividends, interest, and similar earnings received by the Treasury
from Government corporations and other business-type activities, fiscal years 1972
and 1973
Amounts
Agency a n d n a t u r e of earnings
1973
Agency for I n t e r n a t i o n a l D e v e l o p m e n t :
D e v e l o p m e n t loan fund h q u i d a t i o n accourit, earnings
M u t u a l defense program—economic assistance, interest on borrowings
Commerce Department:
E c o n o m i c D e v e l o p m e n t Assistance, economic d e v e l o p m e n t revolving fund, interest o n loans
N a t i o n a l B u r e a u of S t a n d a r d s , working capital fund, earnings
C o m m o d i t y C r e d i t Corporation:
I n t e r e s t on c a p i t a l s t o c k . . .
I n t e r e s t o n borrowings
E x p o r t - I m p o r t B a n k of t h e U n i t e d States:
R e g u l a r activities:
Dividends
Iriterest on borrowings
Farmers Home Administration:
D i r e c t loan account,i iriterest on borrowings
R u r a l d e v e l o p m e n t i n s u r a n c e fuiid,i interest on borrowings
R u r a l housing i n s u r a n c e fund, interest on borrowings
A g r i c u l t u r a l credit i n s u r a n c e fund,i interest on borrowings
Federal Housing Administration:
G e n e r a l i n s u r a n c e fund, interest on borrowings
Special risk i n s u r a n c e fund, interest on b o r r o w i n g s .
G e n e r a l Services A d m i n i s t r a t i o n :
A u t o m a t i c d a t a processing fund, earnings
F e d e r a l t e l e c o m m u n i c a t i o n s fund, earnings
W i l h a m Langer Jewel Bearing P l a n t revolving fund, earnings
Working capital fund, earnings
G o v e r n m e n t N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association:
M a n a g e m e n t a n d l i q u i d a t i n g functions, interest on borrowings
Special assistance functions, interest on borrowings
G o v e r n m e n t P r i n t i n g Office, earnings
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 l :
N a t i o n a l I n s t i t u t e s of H e a l t h :
H e a l t h professions e d u c a t i o n fund:
I n t e r e s t o n a p p r o p r i a t e d funds
N u r s e t r a i n i n g fund:
I n t e r e s t on a p p r o p r i a t e d funds
Office of E d u c a t i o n :
H i g h e r e d u c a t i o n facilities loans fund:
I n t e r e s t on a p p r o p r i a t e d funds a n d capital
Interior Department:
B u r e a u of R e c l a m a t i o n :
Colorado R i v e r D a m fund, B o u l d e r C a n y o n project, i n t e r e s t . . .
U p p e r Colorado R i v e r storage project, i n t e r e s t .
Olfice of E c o n o m i c O p p o r t u n i t y :
E c o n o m i c o p p o r t u n i t y loan fund, interest on a p p r o p r i a t i o n s
P a n a m a C a n a l C o m p a n y , interest on net direct i n v e s t m e n t of t h e
Govermnent
R u r a l Electrification A d m i n i s t r a t i o n , interest on borrowings
Rural Telephone B a n k , dividend
Secretary of H o u s i n g a n d U r b a n D e v e l o p m e n t :
College housing loans, interest on b o r r o w i n g s . .
L o w - r e n t p u b l i c housing fund, interest on borrowings
N a t i o n a l flood i n s u r a n c e fund, interest on borrowings
.-.
P u b l i c facility loans, i n t e r e s t on borrowings
U r b a n r e n e w a l fund, interest on borrowings
-- S m a l l Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n , interest on a p p r o p r i a t i o n s . - Tennessee Valley A u t h o r i t y :
Earnings
.I n t e r e s t on borrowings
Veterans Administration:
Direct loans t o v e t e r a n s a n d reserves, interest on borrowings
R e n t a l , m a i n t e n a n c e , a n d repair of q u a r t e r s , profits-.
Defense P r o d u c t i o n A c t of 1950, as a m e n d e d :
General Services A d m i n i s t r a t i o n , interest o n b o r r o w i n g s . . Secretary of Agriculture, interest on borrowings
Total---

$9, 734, 879. 30

$8, 265, 335. 30

12,353,118.78

17,105,610 35
65,728. 72

5, 250,000. 00
477,710,828. 99

5,125, 000. 00
352, 300,682. 09

50,000, 000. 00
95,180, 041. 00

.50,000,000. 00
73,405,922.36

21,806,164.82
7,329,889. 37
15, 910,668. 46

17,434,991.11
8,535,921. 03
35, 528,043. 74

13,553,647.28
10,141,15a 53

22,869,118. 86
39,652, 762. 42
117,695. 71

2,570,983.69
469,895.95
98,413. 81

64,889. 93

57,826,184. 31
162,822, 503. 69
7,798,001.05

51,075,097. 37
204,791,824. 48
8,148,405.52

1,124,450 63

1,052,627. 34

640,126.17

523, 796.16

20,054,479. 39

15,740, 512. 00

2,158,764.27
12,693,503. 00

2,056, 380 14
12,543,1.07. 00

3, 111, 148. 65

2, 828,327. 84

11,931,031.48
116,550,604.72 .

12,588,888. 98

61,581,812.32
5,152, 714. 88
62,981.82
11,532,334.03
19,854,553.05
82,288, 278. 78

70,857,984. 72
2,785,484.11
203,190. 73
12,832,496. 60
19,130,143. 70
120,172, 30a 14

55,810, 389. 99
1,338,052.50

53, 784,450 40
1,631,840 80

21, 747,287. 21
511. 89

15, 667, 580 42
1, 944. 77

i," 040." 38

98, 916, 809. 92
3,678, 082. 05
1,378,189,283.81

1,337,461,820 99

1 I n accordance w i t h a n act a p p r o v e d A u g . 30, 1972 (7 U . S . C . 1929(g)(1)), t h e direct loan a c c o u n t w a s
abolished a n d its assets, liabUities, a n d authorizations were transferred to t h e agricultural credit i n s u r a n c e
fund. All o u t s t a n d i n g securities of t h e agricultural credit insurance fund as of A u g . 30,1972, were transferred
t o t h e r u r a l d e v e l o p m e n t i n s u r a n c e fund which was established b y t h i s act.




T.VBLE 111.—Direct sales and repurchases of loans, fiscal years 1963-73 and monthly 1973
[In nnhioris of dollars]
Housing and U r b a n Development
Department

"

Fiscal y e a r or m o n t h

Total

Sales

19831984.
198519661967.
1988196919701971.
1972.
1973
1972--.Tuly
August
September
October
November..
December...
1973-- J a n u a r y
February
March
April
May
June

Export-Import
B a n k of t h e
U n i t e d States

1,275 .
1,150.
936 .
598 .
954
1,070
1,337
2,115
2,548
3,045
6,257
368
95
884
300
444
857
238
286
1,068
464
1,154
310

Repm-chases

92
213
428
842
305
781
330
30
48
26
18
23
26
19
31
35
26 24
24

Repurchases

Sales

338
438
124
83
153
91
379
408
289
248
145

(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)

Farmers Home
Administration

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.

1 .
18

-

18

281
4
187
20
11
4
5

-

(*)111 (*)
(*)

1

-

Sales

133
119
157
291
729
974
959
1.668
2,005
2,430
3,324
341
51
,426
93
307
616
185
21
533
146
550
55

' This Association was created effective Sept. 30, 1968, by an act approved Aug. 1,
1968 (12 U.S.C. 1718b). It retained the assets and habihties of the previously existing
corporation accounted for under 12 U.S.C. 1720 and 1721 and will continue to operate
the functions authorized by these two sections. Excludes sales and purchases of the
secondary market operations of the Federal National Mortgage Association which was




Government
National
Mortgage
Association i

Repm-chases

307
144
264
6

.
.
50
174
405
569
287
574
284
30
46
13
16
16
19
17
29
32
24
20
21

Repmchases

Sales

.
.
.
.

.
-

S m a l l Business
Administration

Sales

34
104
33
11

Repurchases

5
5
31
120
2

30

229
171
136
137
53
191
356
305
544
179

.
.
.
-

Repurchases

Sales

(*)
(*)
3 2, 300 .

Veterans
Administration

Oflice of
Secretary 2

.
.
.
.
2
15
6

(*)

2
1

Sales

480
342
327
105
71
2

(*) 38
244
388
488
27
43
13
36
88
73
88
4
60
76

Repurchases

S
>

.
.
.
.

H-l

1—(

41
24
17
12
12
19
25
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2

converted to private ownership effective Sept. 30,1988, by an act approved Aug. 1,1988
(12 U.S.C. 1716b).
2 Includes college housing, housing for the elderly, and pubhc facihty loans.
3 Includes sales made under the Tandem plan.
•Less than $500,000.
"

0

^
>
^
w
^
t-l
M

X

00
CO

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1973 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
Government Losses in Shipment
TABLE 112.—Government losses in shipment revolving fund, June 30, 1973

[Established July 8, 1937, urider authority of the Government Losses in Shipment Act, as amended (40
U.S.C. 721-725)]
SECTION I . - S T A T U S OF F U N D
Cumulative
through
June 30, 1972

Transactions

Receints:
Appropriarions
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:
Pubhc Law 85-354
Public Law 86-581.
Public Law 87-575
Recoveries of payments for losses
Repayments to the fund

$3,117, O O 00
O
91,803.13

Fiscal year
1973

$300,000. 00
....

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1073

$3,417, O O 00
O
91,803.13

4,739,115.23

294,152.91

4,730,02049
92.67

4,435,96015

294,152.91

4,730,lia06

2,377.37

Total expenditures
Balance in fund

300,771.71

4,435,873.58
92.57

Experiditures:
Payment for losses
Other payments (refunds, etc.)

771.71

50,000.00
lOaOOaOO
525,00000
650,616.07
4,69003

4,438,343.52

Total receipts

50,00000
100,000 00
525,00000
550,618.07
3,924.32

-f6,618.80

8,99017

NOTE.—This statement excludes contingent liabilities for pending claiins against the fund as of June 30,
1973, totaling $136,419.33.

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 Indemnity i
Issued through June 30, 1972.
Issued during fiscal year 1973
Totalissued
Canceled through June 3a 1973
In force as of June 30, 1973..

Number
1,991
29
2,020
34
1,986

Amount
$5,189,423.28
205,188.42
5,394,591.70
1,058,192.03
4,336,39a 67

1 The Goverimient has not sustained any actual monetary loss in connection with its liability under
these agreements of indemnity.




STATISTICAL APPENDIX

325

TABLE 112.—Government losses in shipment revolving fund, June 30, 1973—Con.
SECTION III.-CLAIMS MADE AND S E T T L E D
Claims

Number

Received:
Through June 30, 1972...
During fiscal year 1973 and processed by:
Bureau of Accounts...
Bureau of the Pubhc Debt

Amount

10,707

244,770 41
260,06a 61

11,042

12,370,523.75

10,704

11,873,757.87

45
9

Total claims received through June 30, 1973
Settled:
Through June 30, 1972
During fiscal year 1973 and processed by:
Bureau of Accounts:
For paynient out of the fund
For credit in appropriate accounts
Without payment or credit
Bureau of the Pubhc Debt:
For payment out of the fund:
U.S. savings bonds redemption cases.

$11,875,687.73

71
264

43,288.50
118,138.46
200. 00

285

250,884.41

11,023
19
11,042

Total claims settled thiough June 3a 1973
Unadjusted asof June30, 1973
.,
Total

12, 286,24a 24
84,274.51
12,370,523.75

Personnel
TABLE 113.—Number of employees in the departmental and field services of the
Department of the Treasury quarterly from June 30, 1972, to June 30, 1973 ^

Organizational unit

Office of the Secretary 2
Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Bureau
of3
Consohdated Federal Law Enforcement
Training Center
Comptroller of the Currency, Office of
Engraving and Prinring, Bureau of
Fiscal Service:
Accounts, Bureau of
Pubhc Debt, Bureau of the
Treasurer of the United States, Office of
the
---Internal Revenue Service
Mint, Bureau of the
U.S. Custom's Service
U.S. Savings Bonds Division
U.S. Secret Service
Total employees.

&

June 30, Sept.30, Dec, 31,
1972
1972
1972

I,G64

Increase,
or deMar. 31, June 30, crease (—)
1973
1973
since
June 30,
1972

1,035

1,088

1,108

1,214

150

3,739

3,837

3,839

3,762

3,762

54
2,267
3,530

05
2,216
3,512

68
2,227
3,525

66
2,202
3,455

76
2,652
3,378

22
285
-152

1,517
1.965

1,406
1,908

1,528
1,971

' 1,542
1,017

1,552
1,961

35
-4

963
72,824
2,424
14,851
480
2,874

979
69,572
2,439
14,450
487
2,759

1,037
72,129
2,480
14,484
471
2,835

1,031
^82,637
2,468
14,230
463
2,836

104,613

104,637

107,680

117,792

1,004
71,005
2,455 •
14,337
461
2,798
106,555

41
-1,619
31
-614
-19
-76
1,942

^__________

1 Actual riumber of employees on the last day of tho month and any intermittent employees who worked
at any time during the morith.
2 Includes Office of the Assistant Secretary for International Affairs.
3 Became a separate bureau July 1, 1972.
4 Includes seasonal employees.




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