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I. BUDGET MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT.

Appendix-text of legislation recommended in connection with the Budget for 1936..

II. BUDGET STATEMENTS:

General Budget Summary -

Supporting Schedules:

No. 1. Receipts.

No. 2. Expenditures.

No. 3. Part I. Moneys appropriated and allocated for recovery and relief

Part II. Moneys expended for recovery and relief.

Part III. Moneys expended for recovery and relief classified as to provisions for repayment-

No. 4. General fund balance.

No. 5. Effect on the public debt of financing the deficit.

No. 6. Part I. Public debt of the United States Government.

Part II. Contingent liabilities of the United States Government-

III. ESTIMATES OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS:

Statement No. 1. Estimates of revenues and receipts -

Analysis of revenue estimates.-

IV. ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES:

Statement No. 2. Estimates of appropriations and expenditures.

Analysis of appropriation and expenditure estimates.-

V. ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS IN DETAIL:

Legislative Establishment...

Executive Office and Independent Establishments and Agencies -

Department of Agriculture

Department of Commerce-

Department of the Interior.

Department of Justice...

Department of Labor..

Navy Department.

Department of State.

Treasury Department.

War Department, including Panama Canal.-

VI. ANNEXED BUDGETS:

Post Office Department-

Reconstruction Finance Corporation..

Tennessee Valley Authority --

District of Columbia..

VII. INFORMATIONAL TABLES:

No. 1. Estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1936 compared with appropriations for the fiscal years 1935 and

1934, and estimated receipts and expenditures for the fiscal years 1936 and 1935, compared with actual receipts

and expenditures for 1934..

No. 2. Permanent appropriations included in estimates of appropriations and expenditures.

No. 3. Summary of estimated expenditures for Federal public works, fiscal years 1936 and 1935, compared with actual

expenditures for the fiscal year 1934..

No. 4. Summary by character and objects of expenditure of estimated obligations under estimates of appropriations for

the fiscal year 1936, compared with estimated obligations under appropriations for 1935 and actual obligations

under appropriations for 1934, exclusive of Postal Service -

No. 5. Statement of expenditures under general heads, fiscal years 1928 to 1934, inclusive..

No. 6. Statement of balances of appropriations June 30, 1934, and of appropriations for the fiscal year 1935 (including

permanent and indefinite appropriations), as of November 1, 1934, as reported by the Secretary of the

Treasury--

No. 7. Securities owned by the United States Government June 30, 1934..

No. 8. A. Statement comparing for the fiscal years 1936, 1935, and 1934, by rates of pay, the number and salaries of

permanent civilian positions in the departmental and field services, the total number and total salaries

of all temporary civilian employees, and total net salary payments. -

B. Statement comparing for the fiscal years 1936, 1935, and 1934, by rates of pay established by the act of June

10, 1922, as amended, the average number and total pay of military personnel...

C. Personnel of the Federal Government, fiscal years 1936, 1935, and 1934.

No. 9. Statement of transfers of appropriations made during the fiscal year 1934, under authority of section 317 of the

act of June 30, 1932 (47 Stat. 411), as continued and amended..

No. 10. Statement of transfers of appropriations made during the fiscal year 1935 to December 31, 1934, and of all transfers

contemplated during the remainder of said fiscal year under authority of section 317 of the act of June 30, 1932

(47 Stat. 411), as continued and amended.

Index...

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BUDGET MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT

To the Congress of the United States:

The Budget of the United States Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1936, of which this message is definitely a part, is transmitted herewith for your consideration. It deals principally with the moneys carried in the general and special accounts of the Government, which constitute the great bulk of the general fund, as this fund is shown on the first page of the daily Treasury statement. The remainder of the general fund consists mainly of moneys carried in trust accounts, which are not strictly Government moneys, and therefore enter only incidentally into the financial picture presented by the General Budget Summary.

REVIEW OF THE FISCAL YEAR 1934

The total expenditures of the Government for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1934, as shown in the General Budget Summary and supporting schedules, amounted to $7,105,000,000 in round figures. Of this amount, the sum of $1,086,000,000 was spent for the operation and maintenance of the regular departments and establishments of the Government, $556,000,000 to meet veterans' pensions and benefits, $757,000,000 for interest on the national debt, $360,000,000 for statutory debt retirements, and $63,000,000 for tax refunds, making in the aggregate $2,822,000,000. The remainder of the total expenditures for that year, amounting to $4,283,000,000, was spent for recovery and relief. The general purposes to which this amount was applied are set forth in detail in Supporting Schedule No. 3. It will be seen that this amount was expended approximately as follows:

Agricultural aid_
Relief
Public works.-
Aid to home owners_
Reconstruction Finance Corporation.
Miscellaneous-

In millions of dollars

847.0 1, 844. 4

653. 5 194.9 584. 6 158.6

Total.----

---- 4, 283. O A part of this expenditure of $4,283,000,000 for recovery and relief is repayable; indeed, substantial repayments have already been made to the Government. Loans amounted to $732,000,000, and subscriptions to capital stock and preferred shares to $826,

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