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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE-MILITARY FUNC

TIONS Con.

DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE GENERAL GIFT FUND

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

NAVY TRUST FUNDS
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

1962 actual

1963 1964 estimate estimate

1962 actual

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1963 1964
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Program by activities:
1. Purchase of paintings for Air Force
Academy..

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7 Program by activities:

2. Purchase of “McMullen Trophy".

1 1. Naval Academy general gift fund.

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12 2. Naval Academy museum fund.

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Total obligations (object class 31).

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7 3. General gift fund, Navy.

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25 4. Ships' stores profits, Navy.

4,640
5,000

5,000 Financing: 5. U.S.S. Arizona memorial fund.

274

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1

Unobligated balance brought forward:
Cash.

28

21 Total obligations

4,933 5,055
5,040 U.S. securities (par)

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6

6 Receipts: Donations

1 Financing:

Unobligated balance carried forward (-): Unobligated balance brought forward:

Cash.

-21 -14 -8 Cash... 809 858 U.S. securities (par)..

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-6 U.S. securities (par).

262 262 262 Receipts:

Total financing

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7 Naval Academy general gift fund: Contributions.

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5 Interest...

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5 Naval Academy museum fund: Interest..

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These are gifts or bequests to the Air Force, some of which General gift fund, Navy: Contributions..

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40

40 are limited to specific purposes by the donors (10 U.S.C. Office of Naval Records and History fund:

2601). Interest.

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6 Royalties.

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14

14 Ships' stores profits, Navy

4,888 5,000 5,000 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE-CIVIL FUNCTIONS U.S.S. Arizona memorial fund: Public contributions...

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2 U.S. Government contributions.

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

150 Unobligated balance carried forward (-): Cash..

-809

CORPS OF ENGINEERS—Civil Trust Funds

-858 -891 U.S. securities (par). -262 -262 -262

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) Total financing4,933 5,055 5,040

1962 1963 1964

actual estimate estimate 1-3. Gift funds.-Activities 1, 2, and 3 consist mostly of contributions from individuals, subject to conditions

Program by activities:

1. Construction: specified by the donor, for the benefit of the Naval Acad (a) Where required for an authorized emy, the Naval Academy Museum, and other institutions

Federal project: of the Navy (10 U.S.C. 2601, 6973-4).

(1) Contributed funds.

9,300 23,746 14,737 (2) Advance funds...

49 894

224 4. Ships' stores profits, Navy.Profits earned in the

(b) Where not required for an authoroperation of ships' stores are expended at the discretion

ized Federal project: of the Secretary of the Navy for the amusement, content

(1) Contributed funds..

6,020 4,048

2,706

(2) Advance funds.. ment, and welfare of officer and enlisted personnel on

71 210 2. Maintenance (contributed funds)

119 125

61 ships or outside the United States (10 U.S.C. 7604; 31

3. Returned to contributing interests..

1,479 1,024 206 U.S.C. 725s(68)). 5. U.S.S. Arizona memorial fund.---This fund was estab Total program costs, funded.

17,038 30,047 18,117 lished by Public Law 344, 85th Congress, and authorized

Change in selected resources 1_

-1,546 -992 -1,064 the Secretary of the Navy to accept contributions for the

Total obligations....

15,492 29,055 17.053 construction and maintenance of a memorial and museum on the hulk of the U.S.S. Arizona or at adjacent U.S. Financing:

5,834

Unobligated balance brought forward. property at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Public Law 87-201

7,597

363 authorized, and the Supplemental Appropriation Act,

Receipts (contributions and advances from
local interests)--

17,255 21,821 16,690 1962 (75 Stat. 375) appropriated $150 thousand to the Unobligated balance carried forward (-)... -7,597 -363 Secretary of the Navy for use toward the construction of such memorial and museum.

Total financing

15,492 29,055 17.053 Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961. $6,522 thousand; 1962, $4,976 thousand: 1963, $3,984 thousand; 1964. $2.920

thousand. 1963

1964 estimate estimate

1-3. (1) Contributed funds.-Contributions by local 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

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interests are used for flood control and river and harbor 24 Printing and reproduction..

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3 improvement work for the benefit of the contributing 25 - Other services.

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41 26 localities (33 U.S.C. 560, 701h, 702, 703). 26 Supplies and materials.

4,646 5,008 5,008 41 Grants, subsidies, and contributions.

(2) Advanced funds.-Advances from local interests are 1

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expended upon authorized river and harbor improvements Total obligations.

4,933 5,055 5,040 and are returnable to local interests upon the availability

of Federal funds (33 U.S.C. 561).

183

1962 actual

175

seeanne

1962 actual

1964 estimate

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

pay of such personnel, estates of deceased soldiers and

airmen, other receipts consisting largely of sales, and 1962 1963 1964

interest of 3% on fund balance. The receipts and the actual estimate estimate

balance are available for obligation and expenditure 11 Personnel compensation:

through the Operation and maintenance and capital outlay Permanent positions

163

129 106 limitation only as enacted annually by Congress Positions other than permanent.

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(24 U.S.C. 44-45; 31 U.S.C. 7258). Other personnel compensation.

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Total personnel compensation

142 120 12 Personnel benefits: Civilian..

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PAYME

MENT OF CLAIMS 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

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6 22 Transportation of things...

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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

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11 24 Printing and reproduction.

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1963
25 Other services
1,820 4,000 3,700

estimate Services of: Other agencies

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Revolving fund, Corps of Engineers

Program by activities:
Civil.

1,470 3,000 1,988

Payment of certified claims (obligations) 26 Supplies and materials

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(object class 44).

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3 31 Equipment

3 32 Lands and structures.

10,492 20,815 11,000

Financing: 41 Grants, subsidies, and contributions.

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Receipts from Soldiers' Home permanent 44 Refunds.. 1.024

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1,479

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fund..
206

3 Total obligations

15,492 29,055 17,053

Refunds are made from the permanent fund of amounts Personnel Summary

of court-martial fines and other charges erroneously deducted from the pay of soldiers and airmen after

adjudication of claims therefor by the General Accounting Total number of permanent positions..

26
20

16 Full-time equivalent of other positions.

Office (31 U.S.C. 71, 711(12); 24 U.S.C. 44).
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1 Average number of all employees.

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16 Number of employees at end of year.

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14 Average GS grade.

7.8 7.7

7.7 Average GS salary.

$6,863

UNITED STATES SOLDIERS' HOME REVOLVING FUND

$7,383 $7,411 Average salary of ungraded positions. $6,167 $6,231 $6,290

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

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This fund consists of receipts from fines, forfeitures, and This fund finances, on a reimbursable basis, inventories stoppages of pay of regular enlisted personnel of the Army of household, maintenance and office supplies, and minor and Air Force, withholding of 10 cents per month from the equipment for use in the operating activities of the

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE-CIVIL FUNCTIONS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND Continued

WELFARE

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Trust fund equity:

Start of year..
Return of surplus items of stock to inven-

tory... Payment of earnings to Soldiers' Home

permanent fund... Payment of surplus cash to Soldiers' Home permanent fund...

End of year Retained earnings

Total trust fund equity...

810

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Analysis of Trust Fund Equity (in thousands of dollars)

1 Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962, $8 thousand; 1963, $8 thousand; 1964. $6 thousand.

: Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961. $18 thousand; 1962, $235 thousand; 1963, $217 thousand; 1964, $53 thousand.

Gifts to the Public Health Service, some of which are limited to specific uses by the donors, are expended for the benefit of patients at Public Health Service hospitals, and for research or other activities of the Service (42 U.S.C. 219).

Contributions are made by Indians and others to be served, toward the construction, improvement, extension, and provision of sanitation facilities as provided by Public Law 86–121 (42 U.S.C. 2001–2004).

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Object Classification in thousands of dollars)--Continued

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

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1963 estimate

1962
1963 1964

FEDERAL OLD-AGE AND SURVIVORS INSURANCE Trust Fund actual estimate estimate

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) 31 Equipment....

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32 Lands and structures.
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1962
1963

1964 41 Grants, subsidies, and contributions.

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actual estimate estimate Total obligations...

457 810 379

Program by activities:
1. Benefit payments.

12,657,835 13,865,000 14,648,000 2. Construction

568 3,702

697 Personnel Summary

3. Administration:
Authorized program..

309,541 330.075 370,233

Proposed increase in limitaTotal number of permanent positions.

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tion due to pay increase...

6,408 Full-time equivalent of other positions.

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4. Payment to Railroad retirement Average number of all employees.

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account (net settlement).

360,788 385,000 386,000 Number of employees at end of year.

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3 Average GS grade.

7.3 7.3 7.3

Total obligations... 13,328.732 14,590,185 15,404,929 Average GS salary..

$5,859 $6,212 $6,212

Financing:
Unobligated balance brought for.

ward:
Cash.

1,357,739 1,189.295 1,177,264 U.S. securities (par)

19,552,914 18,455,510 17,720,206 SAINT ELIZABETHS HOSPITAL

Gain from premium or discount
on investments.

-29,398 - 20.845 -19.950 PATIENTS' BENEFIT FUND

Receipts:

Taxes:
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Appropriated.

10,714,782 12,411,000 14,018,000 Unappropriated.

15.000 Refunds of taxes (-).

-129,760 - 122,000 -134,000 1962

1964
Deposits by States..

869,621 973,000 1,100,000 actual

estimate
Interest on investments.

539,049 516,325 519,438

Interest payment by Federal disProgram by activities:

ability insurance trust fund... 2,205 2,414 2,700 1. Personal needs of indigent patients..

2

2
Miscellaneous receipts.-

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72 2. Conditional gift fund....

Reimbursement from Federal dis

ability insurance trust fund.... 60,273 62,935 71,337 Total program costs, funded-obliga

Adjustment downward of prior tions...

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2 year obligations.

197

Unobligated balance carried for. Financing:

ward: Unobligated balance brought forward:

Cash (-).

-1,189,295 -1,177,264 -1.333,202 Cash.

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3 U.S. securities (par) (-). -18,455,510 -17,720,206 -17.736,386 U.S. securities (par).....

Gain from premium or discount
Receipts: Patients' benefit fund.

3
on investments...

20.845 19.950 19,450 Unobligated balance carried forward (-): Cash..

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Total financing

13,328,732 14,590, 185 15,404,929

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국 Financing applied to program..

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Under the Federal old-age and survivors insurance

system, workers, employers, and self-employed individuals Donations are received and used for patients' benefits make annual contributions in the form of taxes on earnas provided by the donors (24 U.S.C. 165).

ings toward the benefits which will be payable when the

worker retires or when he dies. An amount equal to Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

the annual contributions is deposited in this trust fund for benefit payments and administrative expenses. Any excess of income over outgo together with annual interest is invested in Government securities (42 U.S.C. 401).

Payments are made between this trust fund and the 25 Other services..

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Railroad retirement account so as to place this fund in 26 Supplies and materials.

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2 31 Equipment..--

the same position in which it would have been if railroad

employment after 1936 had been included in social Total obligations.---

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2 2 security coverage (45 U.S.C. 228E).

Effects of proposed legislation are included below.

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Object Classification in thousands of dollars)

1. Benefit payments. The Social Security Act provides 1962 actual

disability insurance benefits for certain disabled individ

uals and their dependents. An amount equal to one-half 25 Other services:

of 1% of wages paid and three-eighths of 1% of self-emOffice of the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare..

ployment income is deposited to this fund for benefit 352 376 467

payOffice of the General Counsel,

ments and administrative expenses. The excess of inOffice of the Secretary of

come over outgo and annual interest are invested in GovHealth, Education, and Welfare 667

711

871 ernment securities. Office of Field Services, Office of

2. Administration.--The Secretary of Health, Educathe Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare.

1,427 1,501

tion, and Welfare determines, at the end of each year, that

1,302 Office of the Commissioner, Social

portion of the administrative expenses of the Department Security Administration

322

436 602 of Health, Education, and Welfare which is a proper charge 42 Insurance claims and indemnities.. 12,657,835 13,865,000 14,648,000 to this fund. The amount shown herein for the adminisAdministrative expenses "Limitation on salaries and expenses, Bureau of Old

trative expenses includes interest on the unpaid charges. Age and Survivors Insurance". 264,289 286,714 317,900

Payments are made between this account and the RailConstruction of building

568 3,702

697 road retirement account so as to place these funds in the

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