Annual Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances for the Year ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1962
 

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Fifth Revision regulations governing Series E savings bonds
274
Fourth amendment May 16 1961 to Department Circular No 750
293
Statement by Secretary of the Treasury Dillon June 27 1961 before
299
Statement by Secretary of the Treasury Dillon May 3 1961 before
313
Statement by Secretary of the Treasury Dillon March 14 1961 hefore
341
Statement by the President October 27 1961 on the new programs
348
Remarks by Secretary of the Treasury Dillon April 11 1961 at
357
Remarks by Secretary of the Treasury Dillon May 2 1961 before
364
Joint announcement May 17 1961 by Secretary of the Treasury
368
Statement by Secretary of the Treasury Dillon June 19 1961 before
374
Statement by Secretary of the Treasury Dillon as Governor for
380
of Agreement of the International Development Association
387
Treasury Department orders relating to organization and procedure
393
Bases of tables
403
totals for 1960 and 1961
418
Budget receipts and expenditures based on existing and proposed Page legislation actual for the fiscal year 1961 and estimated for 1962
484
and estimated for 1962 and 1963
487
and estimated for 1962 and 1963_
489
Internal revenue collections by tax sources fiscal years 192961
490
Internal revenue collections and refunds by States fiscal year 1961
496
Customs collections and refunds fiscal years 1960 and 1961
497
on Federal Reserve notes fiscal years 194761
498
Postal receipts and expenditures fiscal years 191661
499
Cash income and outgo fiscal years 195261
500
PUBLIC DEBT GUARANTEED OBLIGATIONS ETC 1 Outstanding 23 Principal of the public debt 17901961
507
Public debt and guaranteed obligations outstanding June 30 193461
509
Public debt outstanding by security classes June 30 195261
510
Guaranteed obligations issued by Government corporations and other businesstype activities and held outside the Treasury June
513
Interestbearing securities outstanding issued by Federal agencies but not guaranteed by the United States Government fiscal years
514
Maturity distribution of marketable interestbearing public debt and guaranteed obligations June 30 194661
515
Summary of public debt and guaranteed obligations by security classes June 30 1961
516
Description of public debt issues outstanding June 30 1961
518
Description of guaranteed obligations held outside the Treasury June 30 1961
537
Postal savings systems deposits and Federal Reserve notes outstand ing June 30 194661
539
Statutory limitation on the public debt and guaranteed obligations June 30 1961
541
Debt limitation under the Second Liberty Bond Act as amended 191761
542
Operations for fiscal year 1961 and totals for 1960 and 1961
544
Changes in public debt issues fiscal year 1961
554
securities excluding special issues July 1960June 1961
574
Allotments by investor classes on subscriptions for public marketable securities other than regular weekly Treasury bills fiscal year 1961
604
Amount of interestbearing public debt outstanding the computed
616
Prices and yields of securities
622
Summary of Treasury survey of ownership of interestbearing public
629
Stock of money by kinds June 30 191361
635
Ainsworth Library fund Walter Reed General Hospital June
642
Employees life insurance fund Civil Service Commission June
648
Foreign service retirement and disability fund June 30 1961
654
Library of Congress trust funds June 30 1961
657
Longshoremens and Harbor Workers Compensation Act relief and rehabilitation June 30 1961
658
National park trust fund June 30 1961
659
Pershing Hall Memorial fund June 30 1961
660
Philippine Government pre1934 bond account June 30 1961
661
Public Health Service gift funds June 30 1961 PL
662
Unemployment trust fund June 30 1961
664
U S Government life insurance fund June 30 1961
670
U S Naval Academy general gift fund June 30 1961
671
Workmens Compensation Act within the District of Columbia re lief and rehabilitation June 30 1961
672
Certain other accounts 89 Colorado River Dam fund Boulder Canyon project status by oper ating years ending May 31 1933 through 1961
673
Refugee Relief Act of 1953 loan program through June 30 1961
674
FEDERAL AID TO STATES 1930 1940 1950 and 1961
675
Expenditures for Federal aid to States individuals etc fiscal years 92 Expenditures made by the Government as direct payments to States under coope...
683
CUSTOMS STATISTICS 93 Summary of customs collections and expenditures fiscal year 1961
699
Customs collections and payments by districts fiscal year 1961
700
Merchandise entries fiscal years 1960 and 1961
701
Computed customs duties value of dutiable imports and ratio of calendar years 194959
702
Computed customs duties value of imports entered for consumption imports calendar years 194959
704
Value of dutiable and taxable imports for consumption and com 1959 and 1960
705
lected by countries fiscal years 1959 and 1960
706
Vehicles and persons entering the United States fiscal years 1960
708
Seizures for violations of customs laws fiscal years 1960 and 1961
709
Investigative activities fiscal years 1960 and 1961
710
Deliveries of finished work by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing fiscal years 1960 and 1961
711
INTERNATIONAL CLAIMS 107 Awards of the Mixed Claims Commission United States and Ger many certified to the Secretary of the Treasury by...
712
Mexican claims fund as of June 30 1961
714
GOLD AND CURRENCY TRANSACTIONS AND HOLDINGS
716
Summary of receipts withdrawals and balances of foreign curren
724
Outstanding indebtedness of foreign countries on United States Gov
730
Capital stock notes and bonds of Government agencies held by
736
Comparative statement of the assets liabilities and net investment
744
Restoration of amounts of capital impairment of the Commodity
750

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263. lappuse - The bonds are subject to estate, inheritance, gift, or other excise taxes, whether Federal or State, but are exempt from all taxation now or hereafter imposed on the principal or interest thereof by any State, or any of the possessions of the United States, or by any local taxing authoricy.
249. lappuse - That any and all bonds issued by the corporation shall be exempt, both as to principal and interest, from all taxation now or hereafter imposed by the United States, any State, or any of the possessions of the United States, or by any local taxing authority...
296. lappuse - Act is amended by inserting immediately before the period at the end thereof the following : "or as grazing land".
371. lappuse - States executive directors of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the International Development Association, the International Finance Corporation, the Inter-American Development Bank, the...
355. lappuse - Therefore I have called on all the people of the hemisphere to join in a new Alliance for Progress.- Alianza para Progreso—a vast cooperative effort, unparalleled in magnitude and nobility of purpose, to satisfy the basic needs of the American people for homes, work and land, health and schools -techo, trabajo y tierra, salud y escuela.
366. lappuse - ... the Corporation shall not assume responsibility for managing any enterprise in which it has invested and shall not exercise voting rights for such purpose or for any other purpose which, in its opinion, properly is within the scope of managerial control...
262. lappuse - Rather than having one central bank in the political capital, as in central banking systems of most countries, the Federal Reserve System is divided into 12 districts, each with a Federal Reserve Bank— in Boston. New York. Philadelphia. Cleveland. Richmond. Atlanta. Chicago. St. Louis. Minneapolis. Kansas City. Dallas, and San Francisco.
536. lappuse - Corporation shall be exempt, both as to principal and interest, from all taxation (except estate and inheritance taxes) now or hereafter imposed by the United States, by any Territory, dependency, or possession thereof, or by any State, county, municipality, or local taxing authority.
294. lappuse - The Government Losses in Shipment Act, as amended (5 USC 134-134h), provides protection against losses arising from shipments of valuables made at the risk of the United States, if the shipments are made in accordance with prescribed regulations. The term "shipment" as used herein is defined (in the same manner as provided in the Government Losses in Shipment Act, as amended) to mean 'the transportation or the effecting of transportation of valuables without limitation as to the means or facilities...
185. lappuse - TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES. The Treasurer of the United States is charged with the receipt and disbursement of all public moneys that may be deposited in the Treasury at Washington and in the subtreasuries at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.

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