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MARCH 1923.

AND EXPENDITURE of the UNITED KINGDOM
Section 4 of the Sinking Fund Act, 1875 (38 & 39 Vict. c. 45).

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OUTSIDE THE PERMANENT OR FIXED ANNUAL CHARGE :
Interest, &c., on Debt created under the War Loan Acts, 1914

to 1919, and the Finance Act, 1920 -
ROAD FUND -
PAYMENTS TO LOCAL TAXATION ACCOUNTS, &c.
PAYMENTS TO NORTHERN IRELAND EXCHEQUER
LAND SETTLEMENT
OTHER CONSOLIDATED FUND SERVICES : £

d. Civil List

470,000 Annuities and Pensions

366,456 19 Salaries and Allowances

53,974 3 9 Courts of Justice

536,266 3 7 Miscellaneous Services

1,278,103 2

309,780,511 1 4

11,772,043 5 1 10,471,015 13 8 3,322,939 13 4 1,235,874

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101,515,847 9 11

II.--ISSUED FROM REVENUE TO REDEEM DEBT, AND

DIRECTED BY THE FINANCE ACT, 1922, TO BE

INCLUDED AS EXPENDITURE (This is in addition to the Depreciation Fund, Sinking Funds for Funding Loan, Victory Bonds and Conversion Loan, Issues for Bonds, &c., surrendered for Death, &c. Duties under Sec. 34, Finance Act, 1917, and Sec. 3 (3) of the War Loan Act, 1919, and the Capital of Terminable Annuities, all of which are included in I. above. See also note on p. 6.)

TOTAL EXPENDITURE

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PART II.-AN ACCOUNT of the BALANCES of PUBLIC MONEY remaining in the INCOME and EXPENDITURE as shown under Heads I. and II. of PART I.) in the

that RECEIPT S. £

£ Balances in the Exche- s At the Bank of England 9,963,424 4 {

1,210,106 7 9

11,173,530 8 1 Repayment of Temporary Advances : For purchase of Bullion for Coinage

800,000 Interest on Exchequer Bonds issued under the

Capital Expenditure (Money) Act, 1904, repaid from Army and Navy Votes

169,818 Under the Unemployment Insurance Acts, 1921 3,200,000

4.169,818 Raised by creation of Debt: (a) For Capital Expenditure Issues : Under the Telegraph (Money) Acts, 1921 and 1922 : By Terminable Annuities chargeable on Post Office Vote

7,010,000
Under the Housing Act, 1914 :

By Terminable Annuities chargeable on
the Vote for Scottish Board of Health

27,000
Under the Anglo-Persian Oil Company (Pay-
ment of Calls) Act, 1922

950,000
Under the Capital Expenditure (Money) Act,
1904 :
By Exchequer Bonds

1,553,300 (b) Under the Unernployment Insurance Acts, 1921

5,290,000

14,830,300 (c) For other Issues : By Treasury Bills for Supply ·

• 2,851,096,000 By National Savings Certificates

60,808,000 By National War Bonds

115
By 5 per cent. Exchequer Bonds, 1922

20
By Treasury Bonds :-
5–15 Year, 1925–35

105
64 per cent. -

285,925 5 3 5 per cent., 1927

61,421,874 6 11 41 per cent., 1932

95,009,780
4 per cent. 1931-33

2,070,000
By other Debt under the War Loan Acts,
1914-19

25,259 4

3,070,717,078 16 2 (d) Temporary Advances on the credit of Ways and Means

- 1,003,987,000 Anglo-Persian Oil Company : Dividends on Shares acquired

1,017,976 Repayments : In respect of Suez Canal Drawn Shares

5,787 7 2 Cunard Loan

130,000
Issues under Land Settlement (Facilities) Acts, 1919
and 1921

291,829 7 10 Section 59 (4) of the Finance Act, 1920 6,827,960 Interest received under Section 59 (5) of the Finance Act, 1920

162,425 8 2 Excess of Income over the Ordinary Expenditure shown in Part I., Heads I. and II., in the Year ended 31st March, 1923

101,515,847 9 11

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£4,214,829,552 17 4 The Balance at the Bank of England includes a sum of 196,0001. representing the under Section 9 of the Finance Act, 1908, and 173,2141. representing the unissued part Section 16 of the Finance Act, 1911. Treasury, 14 April 1923.

I hereby certify, pursuant to the provisions of the Act 38 & 39 Vict. c. 45, 8. 4, EXCHEQUER AND AUDIT DEPARTMENT

24 April 1923.

EXCHEQUER on the 1st April 1922; of the RECEIPTS and PAYMENTS (not being Year ended 31st March 1923; and of the BALANCES in the EXCHEQUER on day.

PAYMENTS.

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Anglo Persian Oil Company (Pay:

ment of (alls) Act, 1922

950,000
Capital Expenditure (Money) Act,
1904-

£
Exchequer : Bonis
paid off

3,087,600
Less paid off by the

National Debt
Commissioners 1,534,300

1,553,300

9,540,300 Unemployment Insurance Acts, 1921. Repayment of amounts borrowed

2,400,000 Redemption of Unfunded Debt:

Treasury Bills for Supply :
(a) Repaid by issues under Sec. 59(6), Finance
Act, 1920 -

3,416,425 8 2
(b) Repaid otherwise

- 3,113,692,574 11 10
National Savings Certificates :-
Repaid by issues under Sec. 59 (6),
Finance Act, 1920

27,150,000 54 per cent. Exchequer Bonds, 192:3

287,293 18 4 5 per cent. Exchequer £

1. Bonds, 1922.

20,599,828 5
LessPaid off by Na-

tional Debt Commis-
sioners

1,000,000

19,599,828 5 National War Bonds

44,684,182 6 10 Other Debt under the War Loan Acts, 1914 19 17,299,895 13 6

3,226,130,200 3 8 Temporary Advances on the credit of Ways and Means repaid

957,391,000 Anglo-Persian Oil Company: Issued to the National Debt Commissioners

1,017,975 18 5 Cunard Loan Repayments : Issued to reduce Debt under the Cunard Agreement (Money) Act, 1904

130,000 Suez Canal Drawn Shares : Issued to reduce Debt under the Finance Act,

5,787 7 2 Proceeds of National Savings Certificates :

[1898 Issued under the Finance Act, 1920, Section 59 (4)

5,000,000 Old Sinking Fund, 1910-11, issued under Section 16 (111 of

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Note.
TOTAL ISSUES FROM REVENUE TO REDEEM DEADWEIGHT DEBT.

£ 8. d. Capital of Terminable Annuities

2,957,980 Sinking Fund for Funding Loan

2,313,202

3 Sinking Fund for Victory Bonds

1,983,175 4 6 Sinking Fund for Conversion Loan

7,444,920 4 3 Depreciation Fund

1,198,075 3 Issues to National Debt Commissioners for

Funding Loan and Victory Bonds surren. dered for Death Duties

7,526,000 Issues for other Securities surrendered for Duties

1,287,429 95 Other Issues from Revenue to redeem Dead. weight Debt

101,515,847 9 11

TOTAL Issues out of Revenue

£126,226,629 11

Printed under the authority of His MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE
By Eyre and Spottiswoode, Ltd., East Harding Street, E.C.4,

Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty.

ACCOUNT, 1921-1922,

ACCOUNT showing the Money issued from the CONSOLIDATED

FUND under the provisions of the PUBLIC OFFICES SITE (DUBLIN) ACT, 1903 (3 Edw. 7, c. 16), and the Expenditure; the Money expended and borrowed, and the Securities created under the said Act, for the period ended 31 March 1922; together with the REPORT of the COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR GENERAL thereon.

(Presented pursuant to Act 3 Edw. 7. c. 16.)

Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be Printed,

16 February 1923.

LONDON:
PUBLISHED BY HIS MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE.

To be purchased through any Bookseller or directly from

H.M. STATIONERY OFFICE at the following addresses : IMPERIAL HOUSE, KINGSWAY, LONDON, W.C. 2, and 28, ABINGDON STREET, LONDON, S.W.1; 37, PETER STREET, MANCHESTER; 1, ST. ANDREW'S CRESCENT, CARDIFF;

or 23, FORTH STREET, EDINBURGH.

1923. Price 2d. Net.

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