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New obligational authority:
Appropriation..--

4,800 5,475 7,260 Proposed supplemental due to pay increases.

220

Program by activities:
Suppressing counterfeiting and investigating

check and bond forgeries (costs-obligai Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows:

tions).

131
Stores
Unpaid undelivered orders.-

Financing:
Total selected sources.

New obligational authority (proposed sup-
plemental appropriation)

131 This Service is responsible for investigation of counterfeiting of currency, specie, and securities; forgery and conversion of Government checks and bonds; and non Under eristing legislation, 1963.-An additional amount criminal cases as directed by the Secretary of the Treasury. will be required to cover the cost of Public Law 87-829, The protection of the President of the United States, his approved October 15, 1962. immediate family, the President elect, the Vice President or other officer next in the order of succession to the office of the President, the Vice President elect and the pro

SALARIES AND EXPENSES, WHITE HOUSE POLICE tection of the former President, at his request, for a For necessary expenses of the White House Police, including unireasonable period after he leaves office is also covered by forms and equipment, (and for performing such protective duties

in the White House areas of the Executive Office Building as the this appropriation.

Secretary may prescribe, $1,216,000) $1,732,000. (76 Stat. 95; NUMBER OF CASES CLOSED

3 U.S.C 203(a) as amended; 5 U.S.C. 258(a); Treasury Department Appropriation Act, 1963.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) Check cases

34.846 40,351 42,690 47,940 Bond cases

7,603 7,804 8.000 9,000 Counterfeiting

11,004 10,052 11,100 12,000 Protective research cases.

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920 Other criminal and noncriminal cases.--- 2,615 4,683 4,500 4,500

Program by activities: Total. 56,902 63,791 67,190 74,360

Protection of White House, Executive Office

Building and grounds (program costs,
funded)

1,147

Change in selected resources A supplemental appropriation for 1963 is anticipated for separate transmittal.

Total obligations

1,148
Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Financing:
New obligational authority

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This permanent police force protects the Executive

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)--Continued Mansion and grounds in the District of Columbia, any building in which White House offices are located, and the President and members of his immediate family.

A supplemental appropriation for 1963 is anticipated Financing: for separate transmittal.

Unobligated balance lapsing...

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Personnel Summary

New obligational authority:
Appropriation..---

358 369

408
Proposed supplemental due to pay increases..

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i Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows:
1.662

Stores..
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Unpaid undelivered orders..
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This force is responsible for safeguarding paper currency

and other Government securities and obligations in the
1,732 money-handling divisions of the Treasury Department.

It also provides protection for the Main Treasury Build-
ing and its annex.

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)
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actual estimate
$7,527

11 Personnel compensation:
Permanent positions...

303 332 348
Other personnel compensation.-

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Total personnel compensation.

348 367
12 Personnel benefits..

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25 Other services.
26 Supplies and materials_

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13 Medals and proof coins..

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$5,158 $5,387 $5,387
Work-in-process...

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137 137 137 Unpaid undelivered orders

167 18

306 306 306 Advances.

6 Accounts receivable.

66 Accrued annual leave (-)...

-590

--595 595 595 BUREAU OF THE MINT

Total selected resources.-

317 18 416 416 416

: Reimbursements from non-Federal sources are receipts from foreign coinage General and special funds:

(31 U.S.C. 367 (Jan. 29, 1874, 18 Stat. 6)); and proceeds from sale of medals and

proof coins (31 U.S.C. 369 (as amended September 5, 1962, 64 Stat. 157)). SALARIES AND EXPENSES For necessary expenses of the Bureau of the Mint, including pur

The Bureau of the Mint manufactures coins, receives chase and maintenance of uniforms and accessories for guards; deposits of gold and silver bullion, safeguards the Governpurchase of one passenger motor vehicle for replacement only; services

ment's holdings of monetary metals, and refines gold and as authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 5 U.S.C. 55a); and not to exceed $1,000 for the expenses of the annual assay

silver bullion (see miscellaneous permanent appropricommission; ($6,480,000] $7,720,000. 15 U.S.C. 150; 31 U.S.C. ations). 251-287; Treasury Department Appropriation Act, 1963.)

1. Manufacture of coins.-Production of coins is the Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

major Mint activity. Funds requested for 1964 will

permit production of approximately 4,100 million coins. 1962

In addition, Mint facilities are utilized from time to time

actual estimate estimate for production of foreign coins on a reimbursable basis. Program by activities:

DOMESTIC COINAGE WORKLOAD Direct operating costs, funded: 1. Manufacture of coins (domestic)3,177 3,190 4,100

[In millions of pieces) 2. Processing deposits and issues of mone

1961 1962 1963 1964 tary metals and coins.----1,044 1,131 1,161

actual actual estimate eslimate 3. Protection of monetary metals and coins. 909 938 973 Denomination: 4. Refining gold and silver bullion..

534 603 606
1 cent.

2,459 2,545 2,427 3,017 5. Executive direction...

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160 170
5 cents..

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333 317 398 10 cents.

303 369 352 Total direct operating costs, funded.. 5,807 6,022 7,010 25 cents.

72 171 163 200 Direct capital outlay:

50 cents.

16 43 41 49 6. Replacement of equipment....

186 560 710
Total....

3,059 3,461 3,300

4,100 Total direct program costs, funded... 5,993

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2. Processing deposits and issues of monetary metals and coins. This activity includes receipt of deposits of gold and silver bullion; issue of gold bars for industrial, professional, and artistic use, and settlement of international balances; disbursements of coins; moving, shipping, storing, and verifying bullion and coin; and counting and classifying uncurrent coins returned to the Mints for recoinage. SELECTED STATISTICS REGARDING DEPOSIT ACTIVITY

(In thousands) Description

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Gold receipts and disbursements
(value)

$3,975,164 $2,000,000 $1,000,000 Sale of gold bars for industrial, pro

fessional, and artistic use (value) - $87,981 $88,000 $88,000 Silver receipts (fine ounces)-

59,927 80,000 90,000 Silver disbursements (fine ounces). 85,576 75,000 85,000 Uncurrent coins received (pieces).

22,137 22,000 22,000 3. Protection of monetary metals and coins. - Protection of the Government's holdings of gold and silver bullion and coin is maintained by armed guards and modern protective devices.

4. Refining gold and silver bullion.—Gold and silver bullion are refined in order to facilitate accountability, protection, and storage, and to bring the bullion up to a degree of purity suitable for use in the world markets. Charges are made against depositors of gold and silver for refinery services, but receipts are not available for payment of refining costs. During 1962, $207 thousand were deposited to miscellaneous receipts.

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Minor coinage profits, etc..
Silver profit fund.

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1 Personnel compensation..
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21 Travel and transportation of persons.
22 Transportation of things..,
23 Rent, communications, and utilities.
24 Printing and reproduction..
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Services of other agencies.

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minor coinage metals or silver bullion is appropriated to 75 cover the cost of the alloy metal used in making sub360

sidiary silver coins, wastage and recoinage losses incurred 50 in coinage, and the cost of distributing coins (31 U.S.C. 5 '317(c), 335, and 340).

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EMERGENCY REPAIRS TO THE BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING

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1. Engraving and printing: Purchase of

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Total program costs, funded.
Change in selected resources

Total obligations.---
Financing:
Revenue and other receipts:

Engraving and printing: Revenue..
Operation and maintenance of incinerator
and space utilized by other agencies:

Revenue.
Other direct charges for miscellaneous

services: Revenue
Undistributed receipts: Proceeds from sale
of equipment..

Total revenues and other receipts.
Unobligated balance brought forward.
Increase or decrease (-) in unfilled custom-

ers' orders.
Unobligated balance carried forward:

Unobligated balance. -
Obligations in excess of availability.

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