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Under proposed legislation, 1966.Proposed legislation will include the Railroad Retirement system in the changes being proposed for the Social Security system. Coverage of all aged railroad beneficiaries under the hospital insurance, and selected increases in benefits will be financed through increases in the tax rate and wage base. 1966 receipts to the Retirement Account will be higher due to these increases. Expenditures in 1966 relate to selected increase on benefits since hospital benefits begin on July 1, 1966.

LIMITATION ON RAILROAD UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE

ADMINISTRATION FUND

Income. The income of the Railroad retirement account consists of taxes paid by railroad employers and employees; interest on investments; appropriations for military service credits; repayments on amounts loaned to the Railroad unemployment insurance account; payments from the Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund and Federal disability insurance trust fund. The railroad retirement system has reinsurance arrangement of annual financial interchanges with the social security system so as to place these systems in the same position in which they would have been if railroad employment had been included in social security coverage.

Retirement, disability, and survivor benefit payments.Payment estimates reflect the continuing growth in the beneficiary rolls.

Administrative expenses. Such expenses are subject to annual limitations in appropriation acts (see Limitation on salaries and expenses, Railroad Retirement Board in part II of the budget).

Loan to Railroad unemployment insurance account.-The Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act provides that when the balance in the Railroad unemployment insurance account is insufficient to pay benefits due under that act, necessary amounts are to be borrowed from the Railroad retirement account. When the balance in the Railroad unemployment insurance account permits, borrowed amounts are to be repaid to the Railroad retirement account with interest.

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Total program costs, funded 1. Change in selected

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Total obligations..... See footnotes at end of table.

8,790

8,200

7,700

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LIMITATION ON RAILROAD UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE ADMINIS

Personnel compensation:
TRATION FUND-Continued

11.1 Permanent positions.

5,755 5.833 5,488 11.3 Positions other than permanent.

83 46 34 Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)—Continued

11.5 Other personnel compensation.

30 49 40 1965 Total personnel compensation.

5.868 5.928 5,562 estimate 12.0 Personnel benefits....

452

448 423 21.0 Travel and transportation of persons.

280 280 274 22.0 Transportation of things.

17

16 Financing:

23.0 Rent, communications, and utilities. -5

660

604 Recovery of prior year obligations.

50 -2,655 Unobligated balance available, start of year..

-6,000

24.0 Printing and reproduction... --6.000

47 25.1 Other services...

640 598 550 Unobligated balance transferred to "Unem

756 2.025

25.2 Services of other agencies. 2,550

168 ployment insurance account,” 52 Stat. 1094.

157 139

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Unobligated balance available, end of year...
6.000 6,000

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26.0 Supplies and materials.
6,000

65 31.0 Equipment...

589 20 20

-3 Limitation....

12,886

94.0 Change in selected resources. 10,225 10,250

93.0 Administrative expenses included in

schedule of funds as a whole.... -8,790 -8.200 -7,700 i Includes capital outlay as follows: 1964. $589 thousand; 1965, $ 20 thousand; 1966, $20 thousand.

99.0 Total obligations. 2 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1963, $16 thousand: 1964, $13 thousand: 1965, $13 thousand; 1966, $13 thousand.

Personnel Summary The Board administers an unemployment and sickness insurance system and an employment service for

Total number of permanent positions.

915 832 713 unemployed railroad workers. The administrative ex

21 Full-time equivalent of other positions.

10 8

833 Average number of all employees ..

763 700 penses are financed through a permanent authorization of

7.2 7.3 0.25% of taxable payroll. As of each June 30, the Average GS grade.

Average GS salary.

$7,012 $7,550 $7,719 unobligated balance in this fund in excess of $6 million is transferred to the Railroad unemployment insurance account in the unemployment trust fund (45 U.S.C. 361).

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION (In thousands of dollars]

CANAL ZONE BIOLOGICAL AREA FUND 1964 actual 1965 estimate Permanent limitation (0.25% of taxable

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) payroll).

12,726 10,000 10,000 Interest on investments.

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250 Identification code

32-50-8190-0-7-704
Limitation..
12.886 10,225 10,250

Program by activities:
10 Maintenance and operation of facilities

12 1. Maintenance of earnings accounts.-Insurance pay

15 16

(costs-obligations) (object class 25.1)--
ments for unemployment, sickness, and maternity benefits
are based on individual records of earnings and daily

Financing:
21 Unobligated balance available, start of

-13 wage rates and the workload fluctuates according to such

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-10 year--

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13 factors as level of employment and rate of turnover in 24 Unobligated balance available, end of yearthe railroad industry. The costs are shared on a measured basis with the retirement program Accounts posted

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tion) were 990,000 in 1964 and are estimated at 970,000 and 960,000 in 1965 and 1966. 2. Processing of unemployment insurance claims.---- Relation of obligations to expenditures:

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12 15 Workers' claims for unemployment compensation are

71 Total obligations (affecting expenditures)-

16 filed locally and certified for payment through the head

15

12

90 Expenditures quarters offices. Regular unemployment claims were 1,188,000 in 1964 and are estimated to be 1,100,000 in 1965 and 1,000,000 in 1966.

Donations, subscriptions, and fees are claims. These and used to defray part of the expenses of maintaining

U.S.C. payment through the headquarters offices of the Board. "Sickness claims 133y-4; 20 U.S.C. 79, 79a). were 727,000 in 1964 and are estimated to be 718,000 in 1965 and 710,000 in 1966.

DEPOSIT FUNDS 4. Claimant placement services. The Board conducts an employment service for unemployment benefit claim

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) ants. This resulted in savings of benefit payments of

Identification code approximately $5.1 million in 1964 as 25,900 placements

32-50-6000-0-9-000 were made. Placements are estimated at 30,000 in 1965 and 1966.

Relation of obligations to expenditures:

72 Obligated balance, start of year. 5. Administration. The costs of administration are

74 Obligated balance, end of year.. shared between this and the retirement program on a 90 measured basis.

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TAX COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Continued
Tax COURT JUDGES SURVIVORS ANNUITY FUND

Identification code

33-25-9999-0-7-153 Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) Identification code

Relation of obligations to expenditures: 1965

1966 33-10-8115-0-7-904

estimate estimate
71 Total obligations (affecting expenditures).. 38

37

8 72 Obligated balance, start of year.

4
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1 74 Obligated balance, end of year.

-9 Program by activities: 10 Annuities (cost-obligations) (object class

90 Expenditures.

33
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9 42.0)

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Financing:
21 Unobligated balance available, start of

Expenditures are distributed as follows: year...

-46

i. U.S. dollars advanced from foreign gov-
-71 -79
71

3 24 Unobligated balance available, end of year.

4 79

ernments.. 87

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2. Contributions for trade fair and solo 60 New obligational authority (appropria

exhibits (special international pro-
tion)

29
27
27
gram).

25 36
3. Contributions for distribution of do-

nated books (educational and cultural
exchange).

5
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5 Relation of obligations to expenditures: 71 Total obligations (affecting expenditures)--- 4

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19 90 Expenditures

4
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19 1. U.S. dollars advanced from foreign governments.

These funds are advanced from foreign governments and

private organizations for purchase of films owned or This fund, established under 26 U.S.C. 7448, is used to

controlled by the United States Information Agency (22 pay eligible widows and dependent children of deceased U.S.C. 143i et seq.) and for replacing damaged or judges of the Tax Court of the United States. Partici- destroyed United States Information Agency property pating judges pay into the fund 3% of their salaries or

(22 U.S.C. 1479). retired pay to cover creditable service for which payment

2. Contributions for trade fair and solo exhibits.Conis required and such additional funds as are needed are

tributions are received from non-Federal sources, primarily provided through the annual appropriation to the Tax

business concerns, for use at international exhibitions (70 Court of the United States.

Stat. 778). On June 30, 1964, eight judges of the court were 3. Contributions for distribution of donated books.-Conparticipating in the fund, and two eligible widows were

tributions are received from non-Federal sources for the receiving annuity payments.

procurement and shipping of books to oversea missions for presentation to schools, libraries, reading rooms, and

individuals (75 Stat. 527).
UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY
UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY TRUST FUNDS

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Identification code

33-25-9999-0-7-153 Identification code 33-25-9999-0-7-153

22.0 Transportation of things

6

5 23.0 Rent, communications, and utilities.

2

2 Program by activities:

25.1 Other services.

26
26

8 1. U.S. dollars advanced from foreign gov.

26.0 Supplies and materials.

4

4 ernments.

2
5

3 2. Contributions for trade fair and solo

99.0
Total obligations

38
37

8 exhibits

32

27
3. Contributions for distribution of do-
nated books..

4
5

5

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