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THE COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC ACCOUNT 1989-90

CIRCULATED BY

SENATOR THE HONOURABLE PETER WALSH MINISTER FOR FINANCE OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA FOR THE INFORMATION OF HONOURABLE MEMBERS ON THE OCCASION

OF THE BUDGET 1989-90

B U D G E T PA PER No. 2

1989-90 BUDGET PAPERS

Budget Speech

No. 1 Budget Statements 1989-90 Contains detailed information on the Budget figuring and measures, an historical perspective and explanatory material on the broader economic context.

No. 2 The Commonwealth Public Account 1989-90 Contains information relating to the Consolidated Revenue Fund (including the Appropriation Bills Nos 1 and 2 and Appropriation (Parliamentary Departments) Bill), the Loan Fund and the Trust Fund.

No. 3 Portfolio Program Estimates 1989-90 Presents an analysis of appropriations, outlays and staffing for each portfolio in program format. It also provides information on running costs and staffing by department and agency..

No. 4 Commonwealth Financial Relations with other levels of Government 1989-90 Provides information on Commonwealth financial relations with the States, Territories and local government, and on budget developments

in the State/local sector.

1989-90 BUDGET RELATED PAPERS

No. 1 Government Securities on Issue at 30 June 1989 Provides data on the structure and movement of securities of the Commonwealth, the States and the Northern Territory.

No. 2 National Income and Expenditure 1988-89 Gives estimates of gross domestic product, gross national expenditure and national income for the last five years.

No. 3 Income Tax Statistics 1987-88 Income Year Contains a summary of certain income tax data for individuals and companies for the income year 1987-88.

No. 4 Australia’s Overseas Aid Program 1989-90 Details Australia’s overseas aid programs.

No. 5 Commonwealth Capital Works Program 1989-90 Contains details of medium and major budget-funded capital works.

No. 6 Women’s Budget Statement 1989-90 An assessment of the impact on women of the 1989-90 Budget.

No. 7 Portfolio Explanatory Notes 19 Volumes—Presents details of 1988-89 expenditure and estimates for 1989-90 on a program basis and relates these figures to program performance.

No. 8 Towards a Fairer Australia: Social Justice Budget Statement 1989-90 Contains a summary of 1989-90 Budget measures relating to social justice.

No. 9 Towards Social Justice for Young Australians Contains a summary of 1989-90 Budget social justice measures for young Australians.

No. 10 Science and Technology Budget Statement 1989-90 Outlines Commonwealth support for science and technology with a particular focus on major Commonwealth research agencies and programs supporting research-related activities.

Report of the Auditor-General A report on the Financial Statements prepared by the Minister for Finance for the year ended 30 June 1989. (This document is to be released in November 1989).

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THE COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC ACCOUNT 1989-90 (Including Appropriation (Parliamentary Departments) Bill 1989-90 Appropriation Bill No. 1 1989-90

Appropriation Bill No. 2 1989-90)

CIRCULATED BY

SENATOR THE HONOURABLE PETER WALSH MINISTER FOR FINANCE OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA FOR THE INFORMATION OF HONOURABLE MEMBERS ON THE OCCASION

OF THE BUDGET 1989-90

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Budget Paper No. 2 ‘The Commonwealth Public Account 1989-90’.

Replace sub-clause 11 (2) of Appropriation Bill (No. 1) 1989-90 on page 57 of the ‘The Commonwealth Public Account 1989-90’, with the following:

(2) Any determination made by the Minister for Finance under section 8 of the Supply Act (No. 1) 1989-90 is to be taken, for the purposes of a determination under subsection (1), to form a part of the latter determination and to have been made in respect of the period referred to in paragraph (1) (a).

Replace sub-clause 12 (2) of Appropriation Bill (No. 1) 1989-90 on page 57 of the ‘The Commonwealth Public Account 1989-90’, with the following:

(2) Any determination made by the Minister for Finance under section 9 of the Supply Act (No. 1) 1989-90 is to be taken, for the purposes of a determination under subsection (1), to form a part of the latter determination and to have been made in respect of the period referred to in paragraph (1) (a).

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CONTENTS

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C H A PTER 1 I n tr o d u c tio n .................................................................................... 1

- A lternative Classifications of Com m onw ealth Financial T ra n s a c tio n s ................................................................................ 2

- T he Three Funds in the Com m onw ealth Public A ccount 3

• Table 1: Reconciliation with Budget O utlays and R e­ venue ....................................................................... 4

C H A PTER 2 T he Consolidated Revenue F u n d .............................. 8

• Table 2: Reconciliation w ith Budget O utlays . . . . 10

• Table 3: R econciliation with Budget R evenue . . . . 15

• Table 4: Sum m ary of Estim ated Receipts and P a y m e n t s .............................................................. 17

• Table 5: O ther Estim ates of R e c e i p t s ........................... 19

• Table 6: Estim ates of Paym ents from Special A p p r o p r ia tio n s ..................................................... 35

- A nnual A p p r o p r ia tio n s .......................................................... 43

• A nnotated A p p r o p r ia tio n s .................................. 43

• Table 7: A nnotated A p p r o p r ia tio n s ................ 44

• A ppropriation (Parliam entary D epartm ents) Bill 1989-90 .................................................................................... 47

• A ppropriation Bill No. 1 1989-90 .................................... 54

• A ppropriation Bill No. 2 1989-90 .................................... 133

C H A PT E R 3 T he Loan F u n d ........................................................................... 165

• Table 8: Sum m ary of Estim ated Receipts and Pay­ m ents from the Loan F u n d ............................. 167

C H A PT E R 4 The T rust F u n d ........................................................................... 168

• Table 9: Sum m ary of Estim ated Receipts and Pay­ m ents from the Trust F u n d ............................. 170

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CHAPTER 1

INTRODUCTION

This docum ent com plem ents the inform ation contained in Budget Papers Nos 1 and 3 (‘Budget S tatem ents’ and ‘Portfolio Program Estim ates’) and contains the three annual A ppropriation Bills—A ppropriation Bill (No. 1) 1989-90, A ppropria­ tion Bill (No. 2) 1989-90 and A ppropriation (Parliam entary D epartm ents) Bill

1989-90—which appropriate moneys of the Consolidated Revenue Fund (C R F ) for the ordinary annual services of the G overnm ent, for certain other purposes and for the D epartm ents of the Parliam ent. These annual appropriations comprise only some 30 per cent of Budget outlays; the rem aining 70 per cent are appropriated by special or standing appropriations of the C R F or the Loan Fund under specific purpose Acts of Parliam ent, or are m et from the T rust Fund. In addition, certain appropriations of the C R F and Loan Fund involve paym ents not included in

outlays either because they are classified as financing transactions, or because they are netted against Budget receipts as Budget revenue.

T he tables in this docum ent provide details o f estim ated paym ents under special or standing appropriations o f the C R F and Loan Fund, together with details of estim ated C om m onw ealth receipts from all sources—taxation, customs, excise and receipts from charges for services. They also provide inform ation reconciling pay­ m ents of the three Com m onw ealth Funds—C R F , Loan Fund and Trust Fund— w ith the concept of outlays adopted in other Budget Papers (prim arily Papers Nos

1 and 3). While a detailed dissection of prospective financing transactions for the financial year is not possible at this stage, Table 1 provides inform ation on the likely contributions of the C R F and Loan F u n d /T ru st Fund to the Budget surplus.

This docum ent contained additional details of estim ated staff numbers and paym ents on salaries and of paym ents on overseas services of the D epartm ents of A dm inistrative Services, Foreign Affairs and T rade and Immigration, Local G overn­ m ent and Ethnic Affairs. It also contained estim ates of certain statutory authorities which draw funds from the Budget under the A ppropriation Bills Nos 1 and 2. W ith the focus on budgetary inform ation moving m ore and m ore to a program basis the presentation o f such inform ation has been revised and rationalised. The outcom e has been th a t details of salaries and staffing as well as the estimates for

certain statutory authorities have been included in Budget Paper (No. 3) ‘Portfolio Program Estim ates’. D etails of paym ents on overseas services are included in the E xplanatory Notes for Estim ates Com m ittees prepared by individual departm ents for the purposes of Senate Estim ates C om m ittees’ exam ination of proposed appro­ priations; the E xplanatory Notes are published as Budget Related Papers and tabled in the Senate.

The accounting basis on which the estimates of receipts and paym ents in this docum ent are predicated is the same as th at applied in the Financial Statem ent of the M inister for Finance and D epartm ental Financial Statem ents which are pre­ pared pursuant to section 50 of the A u d it A c t 1901 for audit by the Auditor-

G eneral and presentation to the Parliam ent. Com m onw ealth G overnm ent financial transactions are recorded in a cash accounting system. T hat is, receipts are brought to account in the period in which they are received and paym ents are accounted for when the actual disbursem ents are made. This contrasts with the accrual basis

of accounting, generally adopted in the financial statem ents of private sector accounting entities and m ost Com m onw ealth statutory authorities operating outside the C om m onw ealth Public A ccount, whereby receipts are brought to account as

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they are earned or become due (even if not collected) and paym ents are recorded when a liability is incurred (w hether or not paym ent is m ade in the accounting period).

The presentation of the C om m onw ealth’s accounts in this form is predom inantly concerned with ensuring money is legally able to be spent and is spent on the

purpose for which it was provided.

ALTERNATIVE CLASSIFICATIONS OF COMMONWEALTH FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS Since the fram ew ork of governm ent accounting practice was formalised in the Constitution and the A udit A ct there have been substantial developm ents both in economic theory and in the role of the G overnm ent in the economy. W ith these developments has come a dem and for new uses for statistics on the G overnm ent’s financial transactions th at could not have been envisaged by those who designed a system to m eet the needs of the day at the time of Federation.

While the recording of governm ent transactions between the C R F, the Loan Fund and the T rust F und is made on other than economic criteria, it is possible to reclassify the recorded figures to produce a picture of governm ent transactions th at has an economic rather than a purely accounting relevance.

The functional classification brings together outlays directed tow ards like objec­ tives or purposes. It thus facilitates presentation of inform ation on the basic

purposes of G overnm ent activities and on the total resources devoted by the

C om m onw ealth to those purposes and allows international comparisons independ­ ently of local adm inistrative structures.

T he classification of outlays by Portfolio refers to the aggregation of financial data according to the M inistry which has prim e overall adm inistrative responsibility for the outlay. The classification provides inform ation on the level of financial resource available to each M inister and complements the functional and economic

type classifications th at show the purpose and economic im pact o f outlays.

T he economic type classification is designed to facilitate the study of the m acro­ economic im pact of Com m onw ealth transactions on the economy and to provide the means of grouping transactions for inclusion in the Australian National Accounts. The classification embodies the economic concepts of outlays, revenue, financing

items and the budget balance (deficit/surplus). Outlays are further divided into current and capital classifications.

F or further inform ation see Statem ent 7 in Budget Paper No. 1 1989-90 while summary descriptions of the broad m anner in which outlays are classified to the m ajor functional groups and the economic type are contained in Statem ent 8 in Budget Paper No. 1 1987-88.

An im portant source of data on the Com m onw ealth’s accounts is the m onthly Statem ent of Com m onw ealth Financial Transactions published by the M inister for Finance pursuant to section 49 of the A u d it A ct 1901 which combines data along traditional lines with a consolidated summary of the G overnm ent’s financial trans­ actions in functional form. An extension of this information is provided in Statem ent

No. 3 of Budget Paper No. 1 1989-90.

Budget Paper No. 3 entitled ‘Portfolio Program Estimates 1989-90’ presents financial and staffing inform ation (both estim ated 1989-90 and actual 1988-89) classified on a program basis for each portfolio. Such classifications are intended to facilitate the assessment of program effectiveness against defined objectives, and the efficiency of program s in the control and use of resource inputs.

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THE THREE FUNDS IN THE COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC ACCOUNT All Com m onw ealth G overnm ent accounting transactions are recorded in the C om m onw ealth Public A ccount (C PA ). T he C PA is made up of three separate funds: the Consolidated Revenue Fund (C R F ), the Loan Fund and the Trust Fund.

T he C R F is the principal working fund of the Com m onwealth and is mainly financed by taxation, fees and other non-tax receipts. The Constitution requires an appropriation of moneys by the Parliam ent before any paym ent can be made from the C R F. These follow two forms:

(i) annual appropriations consisting of Supply Acts (Nos 1 and 2), the Supply (Parliam entary D epartm ents) Act, the A ppropriation Acts (Nos 1 to 4) and the A ppropriation (Parliam entary D epartm ents) Act (Nos 1 and 2); and (ii) special or standing appropriations.

A uthority for the establishm ent of the Loan Fund and the T rust Fund comes from the A udit Act. All moneys raised by loan on the public credit of the

Com m onw ealth are credited to the Loan Fund. Paym ents from the Loan Fund are lim ited to the purpose or purposes for which moneys are originally raised as

specified in the Acts authorising moneys to be borrowed.

T he T rust Fund comprises “trustee funds”, the “working accounts” of certain governm ent agencies and other funds. Heads o f the T rust F und and the Trust

A ccounts comprising the T rust F und are classified into four groups viz: • moneys held in trust for persons and authorities other than the Commonwealth G overnm ent; • working accounts covering certain factories, stores and services;

• other moneys held in trust under the authority of the Parliam ent to meet

future expenditure; and • funds and accounts not p art of the M inister’s accounts but included for

inform ation.

F u rth er details on the three funds and a sum m ary o f the transactions recorded through them in 1988-89 can be found in the Financial Statem ents prepared by the M inister for Finance pursuant to section 50AB of the A u d it A ct 1901.

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TABLE 1 Reconciliation of Budget Outlays and Revenue with the Transactions of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, Loan Fund and Trust Fund

Contributions to all Budget Outlays and Revenue arise from Consolidated Revenue Fund Receipts and Paym ents and transactions of the Loan Fund and Trust Fund. The following Table indicates the allocation of estim ated Consolidated Revenue Fund Receipts and Paym ents as shown in Table 4 of this docum ent over m ajor Budget Outlays and Revenue together with inform ation on net

contributions to Budget totals arising from estim ated transactions of the Loan Fund and T rust Fund.

1989-90 Estimates

Consolidated Revenue Fund Total as per

------------------------------------------------- Net transactions of Net transactions of Budget

Budget Statement heading or function Receipts Cr Payments (a) Dr Loan Fund Trust Fund Statements

Outlays— $m $m

1. D e f e n c e .................................................................. 422.9 8 750.0

2. Education.................................................................. 146.3 6 827.2

3. H e a lth ....................................................................... 9.2 11 787.6

4. Social Security and W elfare................................... 25.8 26 356.5

5. Housing and Community Amenities nec . . . . 30.3 1 510.4

6. Culture and R e c re a tio n ........................................ 5.2 1 086.1

7. Economic Services— A Transport and Communication...................... 492.2 1 945.3

B Industry Assistance and Development . . . 60.5 2 157.7

C Labour and E m ploym ent............................... 6.8 1 242.5

D Other Economic S ervices............................... 47.0 264.2

8. General Public Services— A Legislative S e rv ic e s ........................................ 4.3 390.1

B Law, Order and Public S a f e t y ...................... 31.0 867.2

C Foreign Affairs and Overseas A id .................. 46.7 1 610.5

D General and Scientific Research nec . . . . 3.7 585.3

E Administrative Services................................... 1 567.8 4 235.0

$m

0.2

$m $m

— 8 327.1

7.6 6 688.5

— 11 778.5

3.1 26 333.8

64.0 Cr 1 416.0

— 1 080.9

100.6 1 553.6

16.8 2 113.9

5 .0 0 1 230.7

— 217.2

____

385.8

6 .6 0 829.6

— 1 563.8

— 581.5

182.80 2 484.7

9. Not Allocated to Function— A Assistance to Other Governments nec . B Public Debt In te re s t...............................

C Contingency Reserve ( c ) ......................

D Asset S a l e s ............................................

Total O utlays.................................................

Revenue— ·

Taxation R evenue.................................................

Interest, Rent, Dividends and Royalties . . .

Total R e v e n u e ............................................

S u r p lu s .........................................................

Financing transactions(tif)........................................

Fund T o t a l s .................................................

14 410.4 7 330.5 110.0 0.8

4 202.9 91 467.3

91 335.6 10.6

2 297.8 2 214.0Cr

93 633.5 2 203.5Cr

566.0 9 138.4

98 402.3 (/) 98 402.3 (J)

102.3

1 200.8

330.3Cr 13 997.7 50.80· 7 279.7

— 110.0

1200 .0 0

0.2 5 11.50 86 753.2

91 325.10

3 8 .4 0 4 550.30

3 8 .4 0 95 875.30

9 122.10

549.7(e) 9 122.1

(a) Some transfers between Consolidated Revenue Fund and Trust Fund which may be used to finance final outlays under more than one Budget Statement heading are offset under the heading to which most of the final outlay relates. The Consolidated Revenue Fund payment and Trust Fund receipt are offset against one another and payments from the Trust Fund are allocated to appropriate Budget Statement headings. Certain items which are netted in the appropriations have been shown in gross form in some elements of the Consolidated Revenue Fund payments column. The offsetting credits are also included in the column. (b) Includes allowance for cost escalation in education payments. (c) Actual payments will be reflected under the appropriate Budget Statement heading.

(d) The budget surplus will largely be applied to the net redemption of loan raisings in Australia and overseas. In addition, small amounts are also obtained from coinage transactions, changes in cash balances and minor changes in other financial assets and liabilities contribute to financing transactions. (e) Residual item representing net loan raisings by the Loan Fund, transactions in public debt by the Trust Fund, changes in cash balances and investments and other miscellaneous financing transactions financed from the estimated surplus.

(f) Consolidated Revenue Fund totals as per Table 4.

562.10 3 5 .5 0

140.70

2 32.90 9.9

$m

7 780.4 6 043.9 10 789.7 23 802.1

1 238.6 1 077.9

1 722.9 2 030.9 1 080.1 326.4

418.0 698.1 1 551.5 522.8 2 574.2

13 605.5 7 403.2 538.20

82 127.9

83 2 52.50 4 747.90

2 2 3.10 88 0 2 7 .3 0

26.0 558.0

5 8 99.40 5 899.4

more than one Budget Statement heading are offset under the offset against one another and payments from the Trust Fund is

netted in the appropriations have been shown in gross form in some elements of the Consolidated Revenue

redemption of loan raisings in Australia and overseas. In addition, small amounts

obtained from coinage transactions and minor changes in other financial assets and liabilities contribute to financing transactions.

CHAPTER 2

CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND The Consolidated Revenue Fund (C R F ) is the main working fund of the

Commonwealth; it has its basis in (but is not the same as) the C R F mentioned in the C onstitution and consists of the bulk of receipts of the Com m onwealth. O ther receipts are paid into Loan Fund or the T rust Fund as required by law.

The main sources of receipts are:

• Taxation—income tax, sales tax, fringe benefits tax, debits tax, customs duty and excise;

• receipts from business undertakings; and

• other departm ental receipts.

The main paym ents from the F und are for:

• payments to or for other levels of government (excluding the States’ and Territories’ share of the proceeds of public loans);

• social security and health benefits;

• repatriation pensions and benefits;

• departm ental payments;

• defence services;

• interest and certain other debt charges; and

• advances and paym ents to some statutory authorities.

Receipts are required by the C onstitution to be paid into the C R F and an

appropriation of moneys by the Parliam ent is required before any paym ent can be made from it. In order to comply with this requirem ent the appropriations follow two forms:

(i) annual appropriations consisting of the Supply Acts (Nos. 1 and 2), the Supply (Parliam entary D epartm ents) Act, the A ppropriation Acts (Nos. 1-4) and the A ppropriation (Parliam entary D epartm ents) Acts (Nos. 1 and 2); and

(ii) special of standing appropriations.

The Supply Acts provide for the appropriation for the services or purposes required during the first five m onths of a financial year, until the A ppropriation Acts are passed. The am ounts included in Supply are normally limited to not more than five

months requirem ents except where particular programs require a higher level of expenditure during the Supply period (eg seasonal factors) or because of obligations that mature. Supply provisions are generally limited to appropriations of a similar kind to those made in the previous year unless specific authority is provided in the Supply Act No. 2.

The A ppropriations Acts Nos. 1 and 2, and the A ppropriation (Parliam entary D epartm ents) A ct which form p art of the annual Budget, subsume the correspond­ ing Supply Acts and provide for the annual payments for G overnm ent services which are not included in Special (Standing) A ppropriations. They may be supple­ mented by ‘Additional Estim ates’ later in the financial year by the A ppropriation Acts Nos. 3 and 4 and the A ppropriation (Parliam entary D epartm ents) A ct No. 2. These appropriations are specific in am ount, time and purpose and any unexpended

funds lapse at the end of the financial year.

Special or Standing A ppropriations of the C R F (or Loan Fund) are included in a num ber of other Acts. These appropriations may be specific or indeterm inate in

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both am ounts and tim e and do not necessarily lapse at the end of the financial

year. G enerally, special appropriations are favoured in circumstances where it is desired to create a legal entitlem ent to a benefit and to provide th at benefit to

everyone satisfying criteria set out in th at legislation (eg the aged pension); it is considered im portant to dem onstrate the independance of an office from Parliam ent and the Executive (eg salaries of judges) or it is considered necessary to dem onstrate A ustralia’s ability to m eet its financial obligations independantly of parliam entary

approval of funds (eg repaym ent of loans). Table 6 of this Budget Paper details both estim ated paym ents for 1989-90 and actual 1988-89 payments from Special A ppropriations.

Other Information and Explanations R E F U N D S O F R E C E IPT S

Moneys paid into the C onsolidated Revenue F und may be refunded in accord­ ance with an appropriation m ade by law for th at purpose.

By convention, the receipts figures shown in Tables 3 and 4 are net receipts; am ounts refunded have been deducted from receipts for each item.

T he Financial Statem ents for the D epartm ent of Finance, the D epartm ent of Industry, Technology and Com m erce and the A ustralian Taxation Office show refunds made under specific legislation under the heading “Special A ppropriations, Refunds of R eceipts” as follows:

D epartm ent o f Finance

• A u d it A ct 1901, section 37a —refunds provided for in any law where no

appropriation is m ade by another Act

D epartm ent o f Industry, Technology and Com m erce

• E xcise A c t 1901—rebate of duty in respect of diesel fuel used for certain

purposes

A ustralian Taxation Office

• T axation A dm inistration A ct 1953—refunds of taxation

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TABLE 2 Reconciliation between Outlays in Statement No. 3 of Budget Paper No. 1 and Estimated Payments from Appropriations of the Consolidated Revenue Fund

As in past years, and noted in the previous chapter, total estim ated Budget Outlays as shown in Statem ent No. 3 of Budget P aper No. 1 differ from total estim ated paym ents from the Consolidated Revenue F und and the C om m onw ealth Public A ccount as a whole as shown in this docum ent. A reconciliation between the two sets of figures is as follows.

1989-90 Estimates

Appropriations Special A p propriations........................................

Appropriation Bill No. 1 ..................................

Appropriation Bill No. 2 ..................................

Appropriation (Parliamentary Departments) Bill

$m

62 908.5 22 362.2 6 318.8 103.4

$m $m

91 692.9

Add estimates of amounts deemed to be appropriated pursuant to annotated appropriations +74.1

Add amounts not appropriated but included in CRF payments and outlays Allowance for prospective Defence wage and salary i n c r e a s e s .................................. +80.0

Allowance for cost escalation in education p a y m e n ts ................................................... +147.4

Allowance for contingency r e s e r v e ............................................................................... +110.0

Add amounts not appropriated but included in CRF payments and financing transactions Amount estimated to be payable to the LCIR pursuant to section 7 of Appropriation Bill (No. 1 ) ...................................................................................................................... + 6 609.3 + 7 020.8

Less amounts appropriated but not included in CRF payments or outlays Advance to the Minister for F in a n c e ............................................................................... —310.0

Advance to the President of the S e n a t e ......................................................................... —0.2

Advance to the Speaker of the House of Representatives ....................................... —0.3

Advance to the Presiding O fficers..................................................................................... —1.0 —311.5 + 6 709.3

Total Consolidated Revenue Fund payments (as per Table 4 ) ....................................... 98 402.3

Less amounts appropriated and included in CRF payments but not included in outlays Payments from CRF classified as financing transactions (as per Table l)(a ) . . . —9 138.4 Payments from CRF which have been netted against Budget Revenue (b) . . . —120.1 —9 258.5

Add amounts netted in appropriations but shown in gross form in Budget Outlays (as per Table l ) ( c ) ........................................................................................................... + 2 323.5 -6 9 3 5 .0

Total outlays from CRF payments (as per Table 1 ) ........................................................ 91 467.3

Less CRF receipts offset within outlays (as per Table 1 ) ............................................. — 4 202.9

Outlays funded from C R F ................................................................................................ 87 264.5

Outlays funded from Loan Fund ( d ) ............................................................................... +0.3

Outlays funded from movement in Trust Fund balances ( e ) ....................................... —511.5

Total outlays as per Statement No. 3 of Budget Paper No. 1 ........................................ 86 753.2

(a) Comprises CRF payments from appropriations that are classified as financing transactions in Budgets Statements. (b) Comprises payments from CRF which have been offset against revenue because they are functionally related to certain revenue such as refunds of receipts (refunds of taxation receipts of $0.7m) or relate to interest, rent and dividends received by the Commonwealth ($ 120.4m).

(c) Comprises CRF payments netted in appropriations but shown in gross form in Budget Outlays and relates mainly to interest transactions on loans raised on behalf of the States. (

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1988-89 Actuals

Appropriations Special A p p ro p riatio n s......................................................................................................

Appropriation Acts Nos. 1 and 3 .....................................................................................

Appropriation Acts Nos. 2 and 4 .....................................................................................

Appropriation (Parliamentary Departments) A c t s .........................................................

$m

58964.4 20811.6 5645.0 103.5

$m Sm

Add amounts not appropriated but included in CRF payments and financing transactions Amount payable to the LCIR pursuant to section 7 of Appropriation Act (No. 1) 1988-89 ................................................................................................................................... + 3453.8

Total Consolidated Revenue Fund payments (as per Table 4 ) ........................................ 88978.2

Less amounts appropriated and included in CRF payments but not included in outlays Payments from CRF classified as financing transactions (as per Table l)(a ) . . . Payments from CRF which have been netted against Budget Revenue ( b ) . . . . -6134.0

-122.4 -6256.4

Add amounts netted in appropriations not shown in gross form in Budget Outlays (as per Table l ) ( c ) ....................................................................................................................... + 2342.2 -3914.2

Total outlays from CRF payments (as per Table 1 ) ......................................................... 85064.0

Less CRF receipts offset within outlays (as per Table 1 ) ............................................. -2821.5

Outlays funded from C R F ...................................................................................................... 82242.6

Outlays funded from Loan Fund ( d ) ................................................................................

Outlays funded from movement in Trust Fund balances ( e ) ........................................

+ 26.C -140.6

Total outlays as per Statement No. 3 of Budget Paper No. 1 ........................................ 82127.5

(a) Comprises CRF payments from appropriations that are classified as financing transactions in Budget Statements. (b) Comprises payments from CRF which have been offset against revenue because they are functionally related to certain revenue such as refunds of receipts (refunds of taxation receipts of $0.7m) or relate to interest, rent and dividends received by the Commonwealth ($98.3m) and the refund to Telecom in respect of sales tax paid ($23.4m).

(c) Comprises CRF payments netted in appropriations but shown in gross form in Budget Outlays and relates mainly to interesi transactions on loans raised on behalf of the States. (d) See Table 8 for details. (e) Increase in Trust Fund balances represents a use of funds whereas a decrease represents a source of funds.

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EXPLANATION OF TABLE 2

A PPR O PR IA T IO N S

In terms of Budget estimates, total appropriations are the sum o f all Special A ppropriations and certain appropriations of the Loan Fund (as contained in Tables 7 and 8, respectively, of this docum ent), and annual appropriations as contained in A ppropriation Bills 1 and 2, and the A ppropriation (Parliam entary D epartm ents) Bill. Total appropriations represent the total level of funding which the G overnm ent is requesting Parliam ent to provide for the purpose of its Budget in the case of annual appropriations, and is estimating will be spent under special appropriations.

To move from appropriations to paym ents from the C R F, and from there to Budget

Outlays, a num ber of steps are required:

R E C O N C IL IN G A PPR O PR IA T IO N S TO C R F PAYM ENTS

There are four steps which need to be taken to move from appropriations to C R F

payments:

A D D E stim ates o f am ounts deem ed to be appropriated pursuant to annotated appropriations

- These am ounts are not included in the A ppropriation Bills but in accordance with the

annotation to those Bills will be deemed to be appropriated and available for paym ent under the authority of section 35 o f the A u d it A ct 1901.

A D D A m ounts N ot A ppropriated B ut Included In C R F Paym ents and O utlays

- Allowance for prospective Defence wage and salary increases;

- Allowance for cost escalation in education payments; and

- Allowance for contingency reserve—

These items relate to the ‘bulk allowances’ which are provided in anticipation of the probable cost escalation of salaries and education paym ents during the coming financial year. Although they are included in estimated outlays and C R F payments, these moneys are not appropriated until the cost increases to which they relate actually occur.

A D D A m ounts N o t A ppropriated B ut Included In C R F Paym ents and Financing Transactions

- A m ount payable to the Loan Consolidation and Investm ent Reserve pursuant to section 7 o f A ppropriation A ct (No. 1) 1988-89 or section 7 of A ppropriation Bill (No. 1)

This adjustm ent relates to the need to balance receipts by the C R F with paym ents from the C R F. Legislative authority is available under section 7 of A ppropriation Bill (No. I) for the M inister for Finance to m ake such paym ents to the Loan Consolidation and Investm ent Reserve as he determines.

LESS A m ounts A ppropriated B u t N o t Included in C R F Paym ents or O utlays - Advance to the M inister for Finance (A M F) —

This item refers to the ‘contingency fund’ used by the governm ent for providing funds for urgent and unforeseen services in advance of the regular supply procedures of Parliam ent. Basically there are four situations when such funds may be required:

• In the event of an emergency (eg a natural disaster) which requires immediate payment;

• An unforeseen overrun o f paym ents beyond an appropriation; or

• W here paym ent priorities change and ‘transfers’ of moneys from one purpose

(appropriated) to another (pending specific appropriations) are required; or

• W here an am ount has been inadvertently om itted from an A ppropriation Bill.

For the purposes of this reconciliation the A M F is subtracted from total appropriations because, although the funds are appropriated, they are not regarded as payments from the

C R F at this stage. M oney spent from the A M F is either appropriated for the relevant

specific purposes later in the financial year (A dditional Estimates) or, if the payment takes place after the introduction o f the Additional Estim ates appropriation measures, are reported to the Parliam ent as being final paym ent against A M F (but classified according to heads of expenditure as appear in the A ppropriation Bills). A t th at stage the paym ent is treated as an appropriation (and paym ent) from the C R F under the Division for which is was

approved.

- Advance to the President o f the Senate;

- Advance to the Speaker of the House of Representatives; and

- Advance to the Presiding Officers—

These three Advances operate in a similar m anner to the A M F except that they relate to urgent and unforeseen paym ents of the nom inated officers. These ‘A dvances’ are not treated as C R F paym ents until funds are actually com m itted.

The result of the above steps in the reconciliation process is to arrive at estimated payments from the C R F.

R E C O N C IL IN G C R F PA Y M E N T S TO O U TLA Y S

There are four steps which need to be taken to carry out this reconciliation:

LESS A m o u n ts A ppropriated and Included in C R F P aym ents B ut N o t Included in O utlays

- Paym ents from C R F classified as financing transactions—

This removes C R F paym ent item s which have been classified as financing transactions rather th an outlays because they are considered to be closely or functionally related to the raising of loan or comprise transactions involving financial assets and liabilities. These include items such as the paym ent o f superannuation pensions of form er employees of the Postal and

Telecom m unications Commissions and other public trading enterprises and transfers to the N ational D ebt Sinking F und to either repurchase current C om m onw ealth securities or to m eet the cost of redeeming m aturing C om m onw ealth securities. This adjustm ent also takes account of the paym ent to the Loan Consolidation and Investm ent Reserve in accordance with section 7 of A ppropriation A ct (No. 1) 1988-89 and A ppropriation Bill (No. 1)

1989-90.

- Paym ents from C R F which has been netted against Budget Receipts—

This removes items of paym ents from C R F which do not form p art of outlays because they are considered to be closely related to certain revenue items such as refunds of tax revenue.

A D D A m o u n ts N etted in A ppropriation B ut Show n in Gross Form in Budget Outlays

This adjustm ent is required to take account of the interm ediary role of the Commonwealth in receiving paym ents of interest from the States and Com m onwealth statutory authorities on whose behalf the Com m onw ealth had raised certain loans. While the transferring of these interest moneys by the Com m onw ealth to the lender is treated as an outlay, the payment

by the States and statutory authorities to the C om m onw ealth is treated as revenue. However, the receipt of the interest by the C om m onw ealth and the on-passing of these moneys to the lender are netted out in appropriations. Accordingly, this adjustm ent is required to include in outlays the value of the interest transferred through the Com m onwealth.

LESS C R F Receipts Offset W ithin O utlays This adjustm ent places paym ents on a ‘net’ basis (ie outlays) by subtracting certain receipt items in order to measure the cost of providing non-marketable goods and services (commonly referred to as public goods and Services). Receipts from user charging, where the Government acts like a business enterprise, are therefore offset against relevant receipts in the calculation of outlays.

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The result of the above process is to arrive at estim ated budget outlays from the C R F.

A D D O utlays fr o m Other Funds

- Outlays funded from Loan F und

This adjustm ent adds those appropriations from the Loan F und which are classified as outlays. Details of total appropriations from the Loan Fund are contained in Table 8 of this docum ent.

- Outlays funded from m ovem ent in trust account balances—

This adjustm ent adds the m ovem ent in trust account balances which is classified to outlays. W hen trust account paym ents classified as outlays exceed trust account receipts classified as outlays this adjustm ent will increase total outlays. In the reverse situation this adjustm ent will have the effect o f reducing total outlays.

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TABLE 3 Reconciliation between Revenue in Table 1 and Receipts of the Consolidated Revenue Fund

1989-90 Estimates

Receipts of the Consolidated Revenue F u n d ...................................................

Less Refunds of Receipts Audit Act 1901, section 37a ..........................................................................

Excise Act 1 9 0 1 ................................................................................................

Taxation Administration Act 1953 ..............................................................

Total Net Consolidated Revenue Fund Receipts (as per Table 4) (c) . .

Less amounts included in CRF receipts but not included in Budget Revenues

Receipts of CRF classified as financing transactions (as per Table 1) . . Receipts of CRF which have been netted against Budget Outlays . . .

Total Revenue from CRF (as per Table 1 ) ...................................................

$m $m $m

105 099.8 105 099.8

-316.0 -731.5 - 5 650.0 - 6 697.5

98 402.3

-566.0 - 4 202.9 - 4 768.9

93 633.5

Less CRF payments offset against Revenue (as per Table 1 ) .................................. — 2 203.50-

Revenue received by the C R F ..................................................................................... 95 836.9

Revenue from the Trust F u n d ..................................................................................... +38.4

Total Budget Revenue as per Statement 4 of Budget Paper No. 1 ............................ 95 875.3

1988-89 Actuals

Receipts of the Consolidated Revenue F u n d ...................................................

Less Refunds of Receipts Audit Act 1901, section 37a ..........................................................................

Excise Act 1 9 0 1 ................................................................................................

Taxation Administration Act 1953 ..............................................................

Total Net Consolidated Revenue Fund Receipts (as per Table 4) (a) . .

Less amounts included in CRF receipts but not included in Budget Revenues

Receipts of CRF classified as financing transactions (as per Table 1) . . Receipts of CRF which have been netted against Budget Outlays . . .

Total Revenue from CRF (as per Table 1 ) ...................................................

$m $m $m

95 535.8 95 535.8

-315.6 -617.2 - 5 624.7 - 6 557.5

88 978.2

-572.2 - 2 821.5 - 3 393.7

85 584.5

Less CRF payments offset against Revenue (as per Table 1 ) ............................ . 2 219.81

Revenue received by the C R F ..................................................................................... 87 804.3

Revenue from the Trust F u n d ...................................................

Total Budget Revenue as per Statement 4 of Budget Paper No 1

223.1

88 027.3

(a) Both this document and departmental financial statements report principally on net receipts (ie receipts after refunds of rec< have been taken account of).

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EXPLANATION OF TABLE 3

Table 3 shows a reconciliation between total receipts of the Consolidated Revenue Fund and Budget Revenue. To reconcile receipts o f the C R F to net receipts and from there to

Budget Revenue, a num ber of steps are required.

Gross C R F Receipts

LESS refunds o f receipts to derive net C R F receipts:

- A u d it A ct 1901, section 37 a

- E xcise A ct 1901

- Taxation A dm inistration A ct 1953

The result of the above steps in the reconciliation is to arrive at net receipts of the C R F.

LESS A m ounts included in C R F receipts but not included in B udget Revenue

- Receipts of C R F classified as financing transactions—

This removes C R F receipt items which have been classified as financing transactions rather than revenue because they are considered to be closely related to loan raising or comprise transactions involving other financial assets and liabilities. These include items such as the paym ent of employer superannuation contributions by A ustralia Post and Telecom.

Receipts of C R F which have been netted against Budget O utlays—

This removes receipts of the C R F which do not form part o f Budget Revenues because they are considered to be charges for goods and services or are proceeds from the sale of assets or repaym ent of advances.

LESS C R F Paym ents Offset within B udget Revenue

This adjustm ent places receipts on a ‘n et’ basis (ie revenues) by subtracting items which are defined as offsets within revenue because they are considered to be closely related to certain revenue items.

Add Revenue from the T rust Fund

This adjustm ent adds the m ovem ent in trust account balances which is classified as Revenue. W hen trust account receipts classified as Revenue exceed trust account paym ents classified as Revenue this adjustm ent will increase total revenues. In the reverse situation this adjustm ent will have the effect of reducing total revenue.

The result of the above steps is to arrive at Budget Revenue as per Statem ent 4 of Budget Paper No. 1.

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TABLE 4 Consolidated Revenue Fund Summary of Estimated Receipts and Payments

1989-90 1988-89

Estimates Amount Per Capita Actuals

Amount Per Capita

PAYMENTS $ $ $ $

Departmental— Running C o s t s ........................................ 8 545 880 200 504.07 8 375 771 505 502.24

Plus Estimates of amounts deemed to be appropriated pursuant to annotated ap p ro p riatio n s................................... 74 149 600 4.37 —

Other Services ( a ) ........................................ 14 246 740 000 840.33 12 481 015 964 748.41

Capital Works and S e rv ic e s ...................... 725 592 800 42.80 624 480 110 37.44

Parliament ( b ) ............................................ 101 872 000 6.01 103 533 364 6.21

Assistance to Other Governments (c) . . 25 924 184 000 1 529.12 24 951 198 981 1 496.16 Debt Charges ............................................ 6 847 148 000 403.87 7 005 121 199 420.05

Other Special A p p ro p ria tio n s .................. 34 990 006 000 2 063.86 31 983 327 649 1 917.83

Total P a y m e n ts ............................... 91 455 572 600 5 394.43 85 524 448 775 5 128.35

Plus Allowance for prospective Defence wage and salary increases (d) . . . 80 000 000 4.72 — —

Plus Allowance for cost escalation in edu-cation payments ( d ) ........................... 147 407 000 8.69 — —

Plus Allowance for contingency reserve (

Plus Amount payable to the Loan Consol­ idation and Investment Reserve pur­ suant to section 7 of Appropriation Bill (No. 1 ) ........................................ 6 609 298 400 389.84 3 453 771 301 207.10

T o t a l ................................................ 98 402 278 000 5 804.18 88 978 220 076 5 335.45

(a) Includes payments under Appropriation Bill (No. 1) and Appropriation Bill (No. 2). (b) See Appropriation (Parliamentary Departments) Bill. (c) Includes payments under Special Appropriations and Appropriation Bill (No. 2). (d) See Statement No. 3 of Budget Paper No. 1. Actual payments will be reflected under relevant appropriation headings.

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1989-90 1988-89

Amount

Estimates Per Capita

Amount

Actuals Per Capita

RECEIPTS $ $ $ $

Taxation— Customs ( / ) ............................................ 4 082 000 000 240.77 3 802 250 782 228.00

Excise ( j ) ................................................ 9 264 000 000 546.43 8 603 210 792 515.88

Sales T a x ................................................ 10 500 000 000 619.33 9 424 957 909(g) 565.15

Income Tax— Individuals (PAYE) (h) .................. 40 379 860 000 2 381.77 38 516 273 096 2 309.57

Individuals (Other) ( / ) ...................... 9 300 000 000 548.55 7 712 005 560 462.44

C om panies............................................ 11 360 000 000 670.06 10 265 269 219 615.54

Dividend, Interest and Mining (With-h o ld in g )............................................ 850 000 000 50.14 736 609 551 44.17

Prescribed payments system . . . . 1 650 000 000 97.32 1 307 982 591 78.43

S uperannuation................................... 885 000 000 52.20 7 447 697 0.45

Fringe Benefits T a x .......................... 1 120 000 000 66.06 989 697 130 59.35

Special Tax to recover evaded Company and Division 7 Tax .......................... — — 3 900 895 0.23

Bank Accounts Debits T a x .................. 390 000 000 23.00 358 173 551 21.48

Departure T a x ........................................ 42 000 000 2.48 38 234 035 2.29

Estate and Gift D u ty ............................... — — 707 008 0.04

ACT Territorial Taxation— Pay-roll T a x ............................................ — — 116 848Z)r 0.0 U

Other Receipts ( j ) ....................................... 8 579 418 000 506.05 7 211 618 425 432.43

T o t a l ................................................ 98 402 278 000 5 804.18 88 978 220 076 5 335.45

(/) See Statement 4 of Budget Paper No. 1 for details. (*) The 1988-89 receipt figure includes amounts of $23.4 million refunded to Telecom in 1988-89. (A) The 1989-90 estimate figure includes a Medicare levy component of $2130 million and an estimate of $9.86 million in respect of the Higher Education Contribution Scheme which is collected through the tax system and the 1988-89 revenue figure includes a

Medicare levy component of $1960 million. (0 The 1989-90 estimate figure includes a Medicare levy component of $470 million and the 1988-89 revenue figure includes a Medicare levy component of $360 million. (J) See Table 5 for details.

NOTE: The Estimated Receipts and Payments per head of population are based on a mean resident population of 16 953 700 for 1989-90 and 16,676,800 for 1988-89.

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TABLE 5 Other Estimates of Receipts

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

$ $

1. PARLIAMENT Miscellaneous S enate........................................................................................ - 7 678

House of R ep resen tativ es..................................................... — 26 246

Parliamentary Library.............................................................. — 2117

Joint House Department ..................................................... 1 610 000 1932 491

1 610 000 1 968 532

2. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Rent— Australian property s e r v ic e s ............................................ 10 000 000 10 176 827

Commonwealth o f f i c e s ..................................................... 117 700 000 —

Overseas property se rv ic e s................................................

Recoverable Charges—

5 000 000 4 949 027

Fire protection—payments by statutory authorities . . 903 000 868 626

Construction se rv ic e s......................................................... 2 350 000 175 451 509

Property services .............................................................. — 2 300 359

Surveying and land information services.......................... — 27 954 163

Protective and custodial services........................................ — 40 523 478

Valuation s e r v ic e s .............................................................. 16 570 000 1 955 835

Meteorological s e r v ic e s ..................................................... 24 016 000 23 239 090

Ionospheric prediction s e r v ic e s ........................................ 31 000 100 288

Analytical se rv ic e s.............................................................. 7 400 000 7 700 914

A rchives............................................................................... 579 000 139 449

Commercial trust acco u n ts................................................ 38 184 000 — -

Purchasing and sales se rv ic e s............................................ 6 683 000 —

Communications n e t w o r k ................................................

Sales—

1 032 000 598 000

Australian property real a s s e t s ........................................ 200 041 000 102 703 828

Overseas property real assets, furniture and fittings . . . Australian Electoral Commission—sale of rolls and publi-3 700 000 2 827 763

cations............................................................................... 500 000 1 670 764

Computerised personnel s y s te m ........................................ 523 000 117 000

Surplus a s s e ts ......................................................................

Other—

18 900 000 23 783 876

Electoral fines and miscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................... 500 000 861 218

AG PS trust account—interest on c a p i t a l ...................... 600 000 895 031

AG PS trust account—operating charges.......................... 1 774 000 1 596 370

AGPS trust account—moneys in excess of requirements Transport and Storage trust account 4 500 000 7 220

Interest on c a p i t a l ..............................................................

Transport and Storage Group property rationalisation 22 000 000 20 238 172

trust account—purchase of land and buildings . . Australian Construction Services trust account 98 000 000 Purchase of a s s e t s .........................................................

Repayment of working capital and moneys in excess of 23 621 000

r e q u ire m e n ts ..............................................................

Australian Property Group trust account

9 000 000

Purchase of assets..............................................................

Repayment of working capital and moneys in excess of 3 653 000

re q u ire m e n ts .............................................................. 55 000 000

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Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

$ $

2. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES—continued

Australian Protective Services trust account purchase of assets Australian Surveying and Land Information Group trust account purchase of a s s e t s ......................................................................

Miscellaneous r e v e n u e ..................................................................

Departmental Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running Costs—Division 1 1 5 .............................................................

Australian Electoral Commission Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running Costs—Division 1 1 6 .............................................................

Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running Costs—Division 1 1 8 .............................................................

Parliamentary and Ministerial Staff and Services Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running Costs—Division 1 2 0 .............................................................

Overseas Property Services Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to the Overseas Property Services—acquisitions, buildings and works—Division 805-01-04 ....................................................

3. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARTS, SPORT, THE ENVIRONMENT, TOURISM AND TERRITORIES Antarctic D ivision..........................................................................

Artbank hire ch arg es......................................................................

Australian National Maritime M useum .......................................

Australian Tourist Commission Foreign exchange early drawdown f e e ...................................

Captains Flat (Abatement of Pollution) Agreement Interest and Principal Repayments..................................................................

National Capital Development Commission— Repayment of bal­ ance of bank account..................................................................

National Film and Sound A rchive................................................

National Science and Technology C e n t r e ...................................

Perth Entertainment Centre— Interest and Principal Repaym ents.......................................

Wildlife Protection—Export/Import f e e s ...............................

Cocos Island Development P la n ................................................

Northern Territory—Receipts................. ' .................................

Miscellaneous...............................................................................

Departmental Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Sub-Division 1 3 5 - 1 .......................................

Australian National Botanic Garden. Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Natural Environment Program—Sub-Division 135-8...................... Territories

Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Terri­ tories Program (including relevant trust accounts)—Sub- Division 1 3 5 -1 0 ..................................................................

1 200 000 —

49 100 000 —

12 353 000 14 991 626

2 948 000

146 000

738 000

125 000

14 824 000

754 194 000 465 650 433

— 225 140

228 000 698 794

— 143

752 000 —

50 900 58 611

_ 5 056 826

— 193 300

— 2 118 732

222 000 255 400

40 000 39 799

330 000 —

7 364 000 13 813 258

4 653 100 3 990 512

552 000 —

30 000

9 372 000 3 625 423

Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

3. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARTS, SPORT, THE ENVIRONMENT, TOURISM AND TERRITORIES—continued Australian National Maritime Museum

Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Aus­ tralian National Maritime Museum—Division 142 . . . 320 000 National Film and Sound Archive Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901 to be credited to National

Film and Sound Archive—Division 149 .......................... 170 000

Supervising Scientist and the Alligator Rivers Region Research Institute Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Sub-Division 152-1 ........................................ 135 000

Antarctic Division Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 153 ..................................................... 350 000

National Science and Technology Centre Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Sub-Division 154-1 ........................................ 3 176 000

National Capital Planning Authority Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 155-1 ................................................ 180 000

27 925 000 30 075 938

4. ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT Australian Capital Territory Corporate Affairs Office . . . Australian Capital Territory—Court fees, fines and costs . . Australian Legal Aid O f f i c e .....................................................

Bankruptcy....................................................................................

Court f e e s ....................................................................................

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions—Fines and c o s t s ........................................................................................

Proceeds of crime legislation.....................................................

Commonwealth Reporting Service .............................................

Trade Practices Commission—M iscellaneous..........................

Australian Federal P o l i c e .........................................................

National Crime A u th o rity .........................................................

Australian Securities C o m m issio n ................................... .... .

Miscellaneous . . . . ' ..............................................................

Departmental Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 165.....................................................

Australian Federal Police Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 167.....................................................

Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 171.....................................................

Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 177.....................................................

7 250 000 2 102 000 250 000 4 686 000 14 860 000

1 000 000 3 500 000

300 000 1 655 000 7 864 000 1 300 000 4 996 000

10 222 000

1 840 000

196 000

50 000

5 911 034 1 088 114 329 305 4 358 242 10 329 016

737 344 43 660 5 733 663 460 823 2 975 003

5 734 557

7 695 054

382 190

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Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

4. ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT—continued Office of Parliamentary Counsel Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 180..................................................... 14 000 —

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 181..................................................... 21 000 —

Trade Practices Commission Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 182 ..................................................... 75 000 67 899

62 181 000 45 845 909

5. DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SERVICES AND HEALTH Welstat—States and Northern Territory contributions . . . — 19 609

Computer c h a rg e s ...................................................................... 500 000 493 597

Commonwealth Serum Laboratories Commission—Return on C a p i t a l ................................................................................... 1 480 000 1 200 000

Health Insurance Commission—Interest on Medical Benefit A d v a n c e s ............................................................................... 18 520 000 24 443 451

Quarantine services...................................................................... — 127 307

Recovery of telephone expenses................................................ — 996 596

Sale of staff h o u s in g .................................................................. 2 440 000 —

Australian Health Ministers Conference and Advisory Com­ mittee—State C ontribution..................................................... — 319 900

Defence Noise Research—National Acoustic Laboratory . . 100 000 205 619

Miscellaneous............................................................................... 3 731 000 4 045 803

Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running Costs—Division 200 ............................................................. 1 895 000 —

Sub-total............................................................................... 28 666 000 31 851 882

Department of Veterans’ Affairs— Treatment costs recovered from overseas administrations . . 418 000 348 225

Defence Service Homes— Insurance administration re c o v e ry ........................................ 940 000 1 117 513

O t h e r ........................................................................................ — 214 574 039

Defence re-establishment loan repayments— Rural re-establishment l o a n s ................................................ 452 000 598 974

Small Business re-establishment lo a n s ................................... 437 000 330 008

Payments by community patients treated in Repatriation in stitu tio n s............................................................................... 784 000 717 635

Miscellaneous............................................................................... 2 318 000 3 028 596

Sub-total................................................................................... 5 349 000 220 714 990

34 015 000 252 566 872

6. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE Rental of married quarters......................................................... 63 310 000 55 633 474

Rental of other Defence p r o p e r t i e s ........................................ 915 000 1 394 580

Repayment of Working Capital A d v a n c e ............................... — 24 833 088

Rations and q u a rte rs ......................................................... .... . 42 856 000 39 990 094

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Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

6. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE—continued

$ $

Recoverable services and miscellaneous recoveries Defence Science and Technology........................................

Defence Science and Technology Organisation—Commercial 4 207 000 3 992 141

Activities............................................

Superannuation (Defence Force Retirement and Death Bene- — 1 Dr

fits)—Payments by members and transfer values received 110 799 000 108 567 116 Defence Housing Authority—Interest on Capital Subvention 14 210 000 Miscellaneous................................................ 110 072 000 162 587 691

Garden Island Dockyard—Operating E x p en ses...................... — 10 375 841

346 369 000 407 374 024

7. DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING Australian Public Service Recruitment Recoveries . . . . 3 872 500 971 025

Curriculum D e v elo p m en t........................................

Educational services—

880 000 959 786

AIDAB contribution for students from Developing C o u n t r i e s ............................................ 56 735 000 80 219 000

Overseas students charge............................................ 51 449 000 66 034 066

Overseas student application f e e .......................................

States Grants (General Revenue) Act 1985—

10 000 531 346

Recovery of higher education superannuation...................... 28 475 000 24 206 000

Miscellaneous.........................................................

Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running 10 252 500 9 369 599

Costs—Division 290 .......................... 3 800 000 —

155 474 000 182 290 822

Department of Aboriginal Affairs— Appropriation former y e a r s ..................................................... 100 000 163 943

Ranger re c o v e rie s ...................................................................... 200 000 —

Miscellaneous...............................................................................

Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running 67 000 227 760

Costs—Division 290 .............................................................. 353 000 —

S u b -to tal............................................................................... 720 000 391 703

156 194 000 182 682 525

8. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE Advances to the Australian Capital Territory— Interest ................................................ 52 213 000 50 028 477

R e p a y m e n ts ................................................

Advances to the Australian Capital Territory for Housing— 14 506 000 8 316 200

Interest ..................................................... 13 261 000 13 244 533

R e p a y m e n ts ........................................

Advance to the Australian Capital Territory in lieu of Semi-3 354 000 3 176 669

government borrowings—I n t e r e s t ..................

Commonwealth of Australia Mortgage Scheme— 5 020 000

Interest ..................................................... 6 500 000 5 950 988

R e p a y m e n ts ............................................ 7 824 000 9 768 991

23

Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

Estimates 1989-90

Actuals 1988-89

8. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—continued Co-operative Building Societies Loan Scheme—

$ $

Interest ................................................................................... 536 000 298 020

R e p a y m e n ts ..........................................................................

Payment by the Australian Capital Territory for land devel­ opment costs incurred by the Commonwealth prior to Self-636 000 731 128

Government D a y ..................................................................

Advances to Northern Territory for Housing— 67 700 000

Interest ................................................................................... 1 719 000 1 730 665

R e p a y m e n ts ..........................................................................

Advances to States under Housing Assistance Act 1973— 264 000 252 257

Interest ................................................................................... 229 000 231 996

R e p a y m e n ts ..........................................................................

Advances to States under Housing Agreements 1973 and 1978—

70 000 67 464

Interest ................................................................................... 10 354 000 10 431 127

R e p a y m e n ts ...........................................................................

Advances to States under States (Works and Housing) Assist­ ance Acts—

1 806 000 1 728 185

Interest ................................................................................... 10 247 000 10 297 181

R e p a y m e n ts ..........................................................................

Advances to States under Housing Agreements—Servicemen— 1 156 000 1 106 303

Interest ................................................................................... 21 626 000 21 595 168

R e p a y m e n ts .......................................................................... 1 516 000 1 435 620

Bank In te re st............................................................................... 168 400 000 213 378 819

Computer hire c h a r g e s .............................................................

Dartmouth Dam—

900 000 895 679

Interest ................................................................................... 1 441 000 1 566 633

R e p a y m e n ts ..........................................................................

Funds advanced to United States Government to meet Def­ ence procurement obligations—

1 298 000 1 298 334

Interest ...................................................................................

Interest paid by Australian Telecommunications Commission in respect of withheld portion of employer superannuation

15 000 000 12 599 162

liability accruing in the period 1978-79 to 1983-84 . . . . Investments formerly held by the Defence Forces Retirement 26 975 400 35 604 730

Benefits Fund—Interest and proceeds of realisation . . . Investments formerly held by the Ministerial Retiring Allow-4 865 000 5 070 032

ances Fund—Interest and proceeds of realisation . . . . Investments formerly held by the Parliamentary Retiring 4 000 6 665

Allowances Fund—Interest and proceeds of realisation . . Natural Disasters— 26 000 40 809

Interest paid by S t a t e s ......................................................... 379 000 1 289

Loan repayments by S ta te s..................................................... 32 000 000 32 101 154

Refunds by States of O v erp ay m en ts...................................

Queensland Community Services—Townsville—

115 754

Interest ...................... 33 900 34 838

R e p a y m e n ts ..........................................................................

Western Australia—Exmouth Township—

12 000 11 070

Interest . . . . 6 500 7 313

R e p a y m e n ts ................. 13 600 13 606

24

Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

8. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—continued

Estimates 1989-90

$

Actuals 1988-89

$

Western Australia—South-west Region Water Supplies— Interest ....................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts ...........................................................................

Superannuation—Contributions by Members under Parlia­ mentary Contributory Superannuation Act 1948 . . . . Superannuation Pay-as-you-go contributions by Australian Postal C om m ission..................................................................

Superannuation Pay-as-you-go contributions by general gov­ ernment enterprises..................................................................

Superannuation Pay-as-you-go contributions by public trading e n te rp rise s...............................................................................

Superannuation—Emerging cost contributions by approved a u th o ritie s ...............................................................................

Superannuation Accumulated contributions of former eligible employees and transfer values re c e iv e d ...............................

Superannuation Scheme (North America) —Contributions by locally engaged s t a f f .............................................................

Superannuation Schemes (Papua New Guinea)—Contribu­ tions by officers, interest and proceeds of realisation . . . Superannuation—Pay-as-you-go contributions by Australian Telecommunications C o m m issio n ........................................

Superannuation—Contributions by Australian National Rail­ ways Commission for former South Australian and Tasman­ ian Railway e m p lo y e e s .........................................................

Miscellaneous...............................................................................

Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running Costs—Division 304 ..............................................................

Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running Costs—Item 304-3-05 ..............................................................

Australian Audit Office Audit fees and Miscellaneous.....................................................

Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running Costs—Division 305 ..............................................................

Australian Government Retirement Benefits Office Miscellaneous...............................................................................

Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running Costs—Division 306 .........................................................

9. DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE Staff rent co n trib u tio n s..............................................................

Passport f e e s ...............................................................................

Miscellaneous...............................................................................

Provision of Common Services—R e c o v e rie s..........................

Departmental Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Sub-Division 315-1-00...................................

Australia Japan Foundation Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Sub-Division 316-1-00...................................

204 000 800 000

252 552 799 998

1 650 000 1 525 605

96 070 000 87 199 995

192 525 000 200 130 856

92 008 000 96 039 000

12 000 000 10448 513

320 600 000 429 281 729

260 000 247 219

1 395 000 1 516 830

355 400 000 350 063 107

5 662 000 3 969 700

6 551 219 5 348 137

70 000 —

5 000 000 —

9 578 900 9 827 727

31 000 —

7 910 000 567 279

6 000 —

1 577 031 000 1 642 936 625

4 122 000 62 182 000 2 100 000 10 720 000

52 726 690 2 452 309 13 590 000

2 285 000 '· ··'·â– â– .· —

2 000 —

25

Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

$ $

9. DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE--continued Australian Secret Intelligence Service Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Divi-sion 318 517 000 562 137

Australian International Development Assistance Bureau— Loan—Fiji Government, Suva-Nadi Highway—Interest and repaym ents......................................................... 231 400 224 524

Miscellaneous ........................................................................... 775 000 1 063 979

Australian International Development Assistance Bureau Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run-ning Costs—Sub-Division 317-1-00................................... 8 600 —

82 943 000 70 619 639

10. DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION, LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND ETHNIC AFFAIRS

Application for migration to A u s tr a lia ................................... 23 830 000 18 691 268

Application for change of status to permanent resident . . . 7 187 000 6 583 470

Application for further temporary entry p e rm it...................... 3 200 000 3 230 129

Application for resident return v i s a ....................................... 2 600 000 2 353 494

Application for temporary resident v is a ................................... 2 750 000 —

Application for grant of Australian citizen sh ip ...................... 2 975 000 4 011 460

Application for review of decisions on resident and visitor status ........................................................................................ 2 600 000 1 647 878

Immigration clearance f e e ......................................................... 5 700 000 —

Penalty payments by passenger carriers for breaches of section 11C of the Migration Act 1958 ............................................ 1 100 000 1 850 170

Decentralisation development loans— Interest .......................... 574 000 834 427

R e p a y m e n ts .......................... 2 474 000 2 783 137

Emerald Hill—Purchase of land— Interest ...................... 249 000 266 273

R e p a y m e n ts .......................................................................... 205 000 205 418

Growth Centres—Municipal Works Interest ...................... 476 000 489 020

R e p a y m e n ts ................. 134 000 122 276

New South Wales Growth Centres— R e p a y m e n ts ................. 6 480 000 12 960 000

Sewerage Agreements pursuant to Urban and Regional Devel-opment {Financial Assistance) Act 1974 (All States)— I n t e r e s t ...................... 16 842 000 16 852 061

R e p a y m e n ts .................. 1 530 000 1 375 730

Tasmania—Legana Pilot Industrial Estate— Interest ................. 4 000 7 038

R e p a y m e n ts ................. 20 000 19 538

Urban Water Supply— Interest ...................... — 134 157, Dr

R e p a y m e n ts ................. — 9 450Dr

Woolloomooloo site development—R e c o v e rie s...................... — 191 000

Albury Wodonga Development Corporation—Returns . . . 2 700 000 1 600 000

26

Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

$ $

10. DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION, LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND ETHNIC AFFAIRS—continued

Self-assessment migration application........................................ 1 000 000

Miscellaneous............................................................................... 4 399 000

Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running Costs—Division 3 0 6 ( a ) ......................................................... 1 477 000

557 176 3 847 323

807 170

11. DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Australian Government Personnel—Central Office Compul­ sory Transfers—Repayments of Principal and Interest . . COMCARE—Premiums from A gencies...................................

Port Conciliators—R epaym ents................................................

Stevedoring Industry l e v y .........................................................

Workplace Reform Consultancy & Advisory Service . . . . Miscellaneous...............................................................................

Miscellaneous—Australian Industrial R e g i s t r y ...................... Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running Costs—Division 3 1 5 .............................................................

12. DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY, TECHNOLOGY AND COMMERCE Australian Industry Development Corporation—Payment from p ro fits........................................................................................

Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation— Dividend from Mary Kathleen Uranium ...............................

Return of Capital from Mary Kathleen Uranium . . . . Australian Trade Commission— Interest on C a p ita l..................................................................

National Interest Premiums ................................................

National Interest R e c o v e rie s................................................

Receipts from Export Finance F a c i l i t y ...............................

Repayment of Interest S u b s id y ............................................

Snowy Mountains Engineering Corporation—payment from p ro fits........................................................................................

Bond Store Licence F e e s .........................................................

COMPILE User Fees . · .............................................................

Customs Levy—Uranium e x p o r ts ............................................

Customs Sales of seized and surrendered g o o d s ......................

Duty Refund C h a rg e ..................................................................

Australian Customs Service—M iscellaneous..........................

Patent, Trade Marks and Designs—Fees . .......................

Patent, Trade Marks and Designs—S e rv ic e s..........................

Space P r o j e c t s ...........................................................................

Miscellaneous...............................................................................

Departmental— Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 380 .....................................................

90 506 000 81 141 253

1 897 000 2 079 079

178 958 000 —

55 000 52 896

27 000 000 27 666 435

140 000 138 800

200 000 215 254

600 000 632 699

1 236 000 93 077

210 086 000 30 878 240

9 000 000 —

1 313 000 —

39 000 —

789 000 789 000

19 491 000 19 428 711

2 000 000 3 375 493

179 000 192 305

— 2 734 393

150 000 —

8 547 000 2 962 187

12 146 000 10 928 896

6 834 000 4 547 193

500 000 1 520 733

1 700 000 1 736 860

5 342 000 4 746 998

39 500 000 35 747 677

1 175 000 1 183 323

222 200 245 690

893 800 1 172 426

130 000 —

(a) Includes Agent’s accreditation fees associated with the Business Migration Program ($0,653 million) in 1988-89 and an estimate of $1,212 million in 1989-90.

27

Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

12. DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY, TECHNOLOGY AND COMMERCE—continued

$ $

Australian Customs Service— Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running Costs Division 381 ............................................................. 2 977 000 —

Automotive Industry Authority— Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running Costs—Division 385 ............................................................. 10 000 —

112 938 000 91 311 885

13. DEPARTMENT OF PRIMARY INDUSTRIES AND ENERGY Agricultural and veterinary chemical f e e s ............................... 1 640 000 —

Apple and pear export c h a r g e ................................................ . -- 53 828

Apple and pear l e v y .................................................................. — 367 540

Australian Fisheries magazine—Recovery of production costs 140 000 111 245 Barley research l e v y ..................................................................

Bass Strait Freight Adjustment Levy Collection Act 1984— 1 608 000 1 206 853

R eceip ts...................................................................................

Bovine Brucellosis and Tuberculosis Eradication Campaign—

572 960

Interest ................................................................................... 124 000 216 965

R e p a y m e n ts .......................................................................... 179 000 435 230

Canned fruit l e v y ............................................................. .... .

Concessional Loan to Letona Co-operative Limited—Interest — 1 188 806

and Principal R epaym ents..................................................... 424 000 423 077

Cotton research l e v y ..................................................................

Dairy Adjustment Agreement—

1 767 000 1 980 822

Interest ................................................................................... 504 000 557 416

R e p a y m e n ts .......................................................................... 748 000 719 203

Dairy industry stabilization le v y ................................................ — 2 397

Dairy produce levy...................................................................... 145 861 000 164 049 730

Dairy research and promotion levy....................................... --- 9 Dr

Disposal of Commonwealth Equity in Am del.......................... — 919 125

Dried fruits export c h a rg e ......................................................... 1 122 000 1 052 890

Dried fruits lev y ................. 456 000 335 779

Dried vine fruits equalization le v y ............................................ 19 020 000 17 492 538

Egg industry research (hen quota) le v y ................................... 306 000 362 920

Fishing boat licence levy . . 2 036 000 1 569 919

Fishing levies . . . . 10 627 000 7 926 702

Fishing licences and c h a r g e s ..................................................... 4 158 000 5 095 243

Grain legume levy . . . 1 343 000 1 027 526

Grape research levy . . . 255 000 155 926

Honey export charge . . . . 130 000 126 152

Honey le v y ................. 405 000 379 813

Horticultural export charge 876 000 208 158

Horticultural levy . . .

Inspection charges—

4 392 000 1 598 662

Fruit, vegetables and grain . 6 081 000 4 206 389

Live animals . . . '. 1 464 000 1 153 004

Livestock slaughter . . . 37 647 000 32 467 951

National residue survey . . 2 067 000 1 681 194

Other commodities . . 3 731 000 3 640 433

28

Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

13. DEPARTMENT OF PRIMARY INDUSTRIES AND ENERGY— continued International Natural Rubber Organisation— Refund of Contributions.........................................................

Live-stock export charge— Eradication of disease..............................................................

Research and m arketing.........................................................

Live-stock slaughter levy— Eradication of disease..............................................................

Research and m arketing.........................................................

Meat chicken l e v y .......................................................................

Meat export c h a r g e ..................................................................

Murray-Darling Basin A g re e m e n t............................................

New South Wales—Blowering Reservoir— Interest ....................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts ...........................................................................

Oilseeds research lev y ..................................................................

Petroleum—royalties and fees.....................................................

Pig slaughter l e v y .......................................................................

Pipeline Authority Act 1973— Interest ....................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts ...........................................................................

Plague Locust Commission—States’ contributions.................. Poultry industry l e v y ..................................................................

Quarantine services......................................................................

Queensland Brigalow Lands Agreement— Interest ....................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts ...........................................................................

Queensland—Gladstone Power Station— Interest ....................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts ...........................................................................

Queensland—Wei pa Development Agreement— Interest ....................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts ...........................................................................

Royalties from uranium—Northern T erritory...........................

Rural Adjustment Scheme— Interest ....................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts .................................................................. .... .

Rural Reconstruction Scheme— Interest ....................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts ...........................................................................

Rural Trust Funds—Recovery of administrative expenses . . Seeds levy ....................................................................................

Sewerage Agreements Act 1973 and Act 1974 (All States)— Interest ....................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts ...........................................................................

Snowy Mountains Hydro-electric Authority— Interest ....................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts ...........................................................................

Softwood Forestry Agreement— Interest ...................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts ...........................................................................

Estimates 1989-90

$

279 000 3 491 000

19 714 000 69 886 000 480 000 21 228 000

200 000

466 000

201 250 000 9 451 000

25 719 000 22 088 000 450 000 550 000

16 895 000

472 000 693 000

9 246 000 4 002 000

75 000 151 000 12 444 000

10 906 000 8 147 000

3 142 000 9 838 000 1 286 000 106 000

2 877 000 355 000

75 831 000 7 068 000

4 619 000 1 962 000

Actuals 1988-89

$

3 346 301

303 085 3 520 486

19 336 541 87 005 849 398 358 19 678 306

218 806

542

20 076 569 579 160 800 166 8 155 142

28 232 091 22 087 298 1 125 278 135

16 223 174

518 491 692 966

9 476 213 3 772 619

82 223 143 345 13 249 909

15 402 461 8 164 742

4 195 212 10414 716 1 055 746

2931 419 332 677

74 912 868 6 869 412

5 265 778 2211 802

29

Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

13. DEPARTMENT OF PRIMARY INDUSTRIES AND ENERGY—continued South Australia—Adelaide and Northern Towns water filtra­ tion program—

I n t e r e s t ...................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts ..........................................................................

States Grants (Beef Industry) Act 1975 ...................................

Sugar cane l e v y ..........................................................................

Tobacco c h a r g e ..........................................................................

Triticale l e v y ...............................................................................

War Service Land Settlement loans— Interest ...................................................................................

Repayments by s e t t l e r s .........................................................

War Service Land Settlement— R e n ts ........................................................................................

O t h e r ........................................................................................

Wheat Industry Fund le v y .........................................................

Wheat t a x ...................................................................................

Wine grapes l e v y ......................................................................

Wool t a x ...................................................................................

Western Australia—Harding River D a m -Interest ...................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts ............................................................. .... . .

Western Australia—Ord River Scheme— Interest ...................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts ..........................................................................

Miscellaneous...............................................................................

Departmental Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 490 .....................................................

Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 491.....................................................

Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 492 .....................................................

Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 493 .....................................................

$ $

1 355 000 979 000 167 000

98 000 492 000

1 079 000 1 283 000 44 059 000 789 000

1 561 000 438 880 000

89 000 28 000

142 000 199 000 3 668 000

1 671 000

698 000

1 466 000

650 000

1 630 347 89 208 55 841

1 403 507 838 237 23 964

84 517 420 029

1 212 665 1 383 415

12 107 355 1 311 361 442 191 930

91 866 24 442

158 945 198 908 4 975 844

1 293 831 000 1 252 202 580

14. DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER AND CABINET Departmental Stockmans Hall loan re p a y m e n ts ........................................ 1 000 000

Miscellaneous . . . . 84 000 161 295

Commonwealth Ombudsman Miscellaneous................. 347 000 1 678

Governor-General’s Office and Establishments Miscellaneous . . . . 22 600 21 956

Merit Protection and Review Agency Miscellaneous . . . . 95 400 154

30

Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

Estimates Actuals

_________ _____________________ ___________________ 1989-90 1988-89

$ $

14. DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER AND CABINET—continued

Office of National Assessments M iscellaneous........................................................................... — 7 048

Public Service Commissioner M iscellaneous........................................................................... 10 000 93 701

Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 520 ..................................................... 1 775 000

3 334 000 285 832

15. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SECURITY Administration Charge—Victorian Government Education Expense Allowance.................................................................. — 158 810

Miscellaneous............................................................................... 3 155 000 2 156 806

Revenue—Reciprocal Agreement with New Zealand . . . . 19 000 000 6 600 000

22 155 000 8 915 616

16. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS Airport facilities charges.............................................................. 7 958 000 15 877 264

Airport business concessions..................................................... 24 000 1922 415

Airport car p a r k i n g .................................................................. — 38 262

Airport r e n t a l s ..................................................................................... 129 000 1 046 906

Charges for air transport regulatory se rv ic e s.......................... 38 000 22 275

Federal Airports Corporation (FAC)— I n t e r e s t .................................................................................... 47 664 000 46 923 292

Payment for transfer of six a i r p o r t s ................................... 3 600 000

Australian Airlines Limited— Dividend ( a ) ........................................................................... — 24 800 000

Qantas Airways Limited—Dividend ( a ) ................................... — 33 964 000

Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)— I n t e r e s t .................................................................................... 16 923 000 16 266 250

Insurance prem ium .................................................................. — 981 032

Recoveries for works and se rv ic e s...................................................... 164 000 1 567 983

Rental from departmental residences........................................ — 224 791

Sale of forms for motor vehicle compliance p la te s................... 3 045 000 3 316 307

Ship registrations . .................................................................. 380 000 364 355

Australian National Railways Commission (AN)— I n t e r e s t .................................................................................... 4 489 000 7 533 050

R e p a y m e n ts ........................................................................... — 1 933 000

Australian Shipping Corporation (ANL)— Dividend ( a ) ........................................................................... — 1 700 000

Charter of departmental vessels................................................ 6 387 000 10 628 148

King Island Harbour Agreement (Tasmania)— I n t e r e s t .................................................................................... 1 400 2 262

R e p a y m e n ts ........................................................................... 8 100 8 066

Light d u e s .................................................................................... 39 500 000 39 811 174

(a) The global provision for individual payments from the portfolio’s government business enterprises in 1989-90 is an estimate oniy as dividends are yet to be settled with each of the enterprises.

31

Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

16. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS—continued

Administration o f the Trade Practices (International Liner Cargo Shipping) Amendment Act 1989 ...............................

National Railway Network Agreement— Interest ....................................................................................

R e p a y m e n ts ...........................................................................

Navigation Act 1 9 1 2 ..................................................................

Oil Pollution L e v y ......................................................................

Railway Agreement (Western Australia)— I n t e r e s t ....................................................................................

R epaym ent...............................................................................

Railway Standardization (New South Wales and Victoria) Agreem ent-Interest ...............................................................................

Repayments...........................................................................

Australian Centennial Roads Development Act 1988— Payment to CRF under section 13(2)...................................

Payment to CRF for payment to the Australian Capital Territory Trust A cco u n t.....................................................

Interstate Road Transport Charge Act 1985 Registration c h a r g e s ..............................................................

Payment to CRF for payment to the Australian Capital Territory Trust A cco u n t.....................................................

Australian Postal Commission— Interest ....................................................................................

Unclaimed m oneys..................................................................

Australian Telecommunications Commission— Interest ...................................................................................

Asia-Pacific Telecommunity c o n trib u tio n ..........................

International Telecommunication Union contribution . . . Repayment of Interest-Bearing A d v a n c e s ..........................

National Broadcasting Service—Recoveries— Technical facilities and services provided to broadcasters and other parties sharing at national transmitting s t a t i o n s ...............................................................................

O t h e r ........................................................................................

Australian Broadcasting Corporation— International Telecommunication Union contribution . . . Overseas Telecommunications Commission— Asia-Pacific Telecommunity c o n tr ib u tio n ..........................

International Telecommunication Union contribution . . . Radio Frequency M anagem ent-Radio and Television Interference F e e s ...............................

Technical s e r v ic e s ..................................................................

Radiocommunications licence fees and c h a r g e s .................. Fines and c o s t s .......................................................................

Radiocommunications equipment type-testing fees . . . . AUSSAT Pty Ltd— ' International Telecommunication Union Contribution . . Asia Pacific Telecommunity c o n trib u tio n ...........................

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

$ $

40 000 —

9 587 400 4 081 900 3 113 500 2 250 000

10 167 786 3 733 141 2 568 219 1 790 667

679 000 1 091 300

843 697 3 624 154

214 700 191 700

341 633 287 511

110 135 000 —

— 6 500 000

11 000 000 10 810 208

— 65 017

700 000 400 000

3 996 283 327 793Dr

452 500 000 44 000 749 000 326 400 000

598 827 790 76 455 1 702 412

1 700 000 2 054 601

65 000 64 456

68 000 154 765

44 000 76 455

340 000 773 824

290 000 440 000 428 464

58 174 000 52 518 135

20 000 18 320

143 000 117 269

102 000 98 815

44 000 36 886

32

Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

Estimates 1989-90

Actuals 1988-89

16. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS—continued

$ $

Regulation of Broadcasting— Fees—conversion of AM Licences to F M .................. . . 7 706 000 2 139 286

Fees—radio licences establishm ent............................... . . 11 200 000 6 402 071

Licence fees—radio s t a t i o n s ........................................ . . 16 866 000 14037 219

Licence fees—television sta tio n s................................... . . 97 055 000 87 683 214

Permits—temporary tra n s m is s io n ............................... . . 13 000 —

Fees—limited licences..................................................... . . 17 000 —

Fees—National Metropolitan Radio P l a n ................. . . 138 500 000 —

Provision for dividend payments from government business enterprises (a) ....................................................................... 380 000 000

Telecommunications (Application Fees) Act 1989 .................. 371 000

Miscellaneous............................................................................... 662 000 962 638

Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Running Costs—Sub-Division 660-01 443 000 —

1 767 751 000 1 021 504 430

17. DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY Banking Act 1959—Unclaimed m oneys................................... 5 340 000 329 558

Commonwealth Banking Corporation—Payment from profits 105 000 000 113 159 254 Commonwealth Development Bank—D iv id en d ...................... 5 000 000 9 560 090

International Monetary Fund— Remuneration paym ents......................................................... 4 300 000 3015 928

Maintenance of value a d ju s tm e n t........................................ 939 000 35 882 525

Charge for loan guarantee on borrowings by Commonwealth Government Enterprises......................................................... 11 000 000 8910 219

Housing Loans Insurance Corporation— Dividend and Special Annual P a y m e n t............................... 3 600 000 3 985 000

Insurance and Superannuation Commission—

558 050 Insurance Supervisory Levies Collection Act 1989—Fees . 2 750 000 Insurance (Agents and Brokers) Act 1984—Fees . . . . 660 000 630 728

Life Insurance Act 1945—Unclaimed m o n e y s .................. 1 350 000 1 356 148

Office of the Occupational Superannuation Commissioner— 4 263 719 Registration F ees.................................................................. 3 900 000

M iscellaneous...................................................................... 14 000 142 037

Loan management expenses—

4 252 412 Recoveries from the States and the Northern Territory . . 4 365 000 Reserve Bank of Australia— Payment from p ro fits .............................................................. 440 000 000 485 565 265

Rural Credits Department—distribution of surplus . . . . — 17 892 186

Royal Australian Mint and Coinage Trust Account—

241 233 735 Moneys in excess of req u irem en ts........................................ 55 451 000

Miscellaneous— Australian Bureau of S ta tis tic s ............................................ 5 400 000 5 351 086

T reasu ry ......................................................... .......................... 64 000 142 851

Industries Assistance C o m m issio n ........................................ 29 900 26 614

Prices Surveillance A u th o rity ................................................ 100

(o) The global provision for individual payments from the portfolio’s government business enterprises in as dividends are yet to be settled with each of the enterprises. 1989-90 is an estimate only

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Table 5— Other Estimates of Receipts—continued

17. DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY—continued

Departmental Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 670 .....................................................

Australian Bureau of Statistics Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 671.....................................................

Industries Assistance Commission Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 673 .....................................................

Prices Surveillance Authority Section 35 of the Audit Act 1901—to be credited to Run­ ning Costs—Division 674 .....................................................

Australian Taxation Office— Child Support Agency— Penalties (Child Support Act 1 9 8 8 ) ...............................

Reimbursement from Child Support Trust Account . . Fringe Benefits Tax—Payments from on-budget agencies Miscellaneous...........................................................................

18. ASSET SALES .

Total Other Receipts

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

$ $

53 000 —

2 064 000 —

42 000 —

6 000 —

75 000 500 000 164 000 000 19 652 000

51 496 24 596

132 289 662 15 655 181

835 555 000 1 084 278 340

1 200 800 000 541 379 754

8 579 418 000 7 211 618 425

Table 6

Estimates of Payments from Special Appropriations Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

1. PARLIAMENT Remuneration Tribunals Act 1973— (Parliamentary Allowances Act 1952)— S e n a te .................................................

House of Representatives . . . .

2. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Ministers o f State Act 1952— Ministers of State—Salaries............................................

Remuneration Tribunals Act 1973— Ministers of State—A llow ances...................................

Members of P a rlia m e n t................................................

Holders of Public Office— Royal C om m ission.....................................................

Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918— Habitation Reviews.........................................................

Election Funding.............................................................

3. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARTS, SPORT, THE ENVIRONMENT, TOURISM AND TERRITORIES

4. ATTORNEY—GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT Remuneration and Allowances Act 1973— Holders of Public O ffice.........................................................

Remuneration and Allowances Act 1973— Justices of the High Court—(High Court o f Australia Act 1 9 7 9 ) ....................................................................................

Judges—{Australian Capital Territory Supreme Court Act 1 9 3 3 ) ....................................................................................

Family Court Judges—(Family Law Act 1 9 7 5 ) ..................

Federal Court Judges—(Federal Court o f Australia Act 1 9 7 6 ) ....................................................................................

Judges (Long Leave Payments) Act 1979— High C o u r t................................................

Family and Federal C o u rts......................

Judges’ Pensions Act 1968 ..........................

$ $

7 350 000 14 205 000

6 691 936 13 072 551

21 555 000 19 764 487

820 000 800 065

1 248 000 — (a)

915 267 1 380 344

497 000 433 888

3 111 000 13 264 000

6 716 593 72 415

19 106 000 10 318 572

— —

- ( a ) 4 575 879

1 215 000 993 790

"q "S' T T

327 200 5 042 018

— (a) 2 995 974

1 215 000 13 934 861

— (a) —(a)

3 365 000

115 852 441 359 2 893 539

3 365 000 3 450 750

4 580 000 17 385 611

(a) W ith effect of 1 July 1989 included in departm ental running costs.

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Table 6— Estimates of Payments from Special Appropriations—continued

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

5. DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SERVICES AND HEALTH

$ $

Aged or Disabled Persons Homes Act 1954 — Hostel, Personal and Respite Care S u b sid ies......................

Homeless Persons Assistance Act 1974—

160 017 000 121 264 249

Food and accommodation subsidies....................................... — 925 956

160 017 000 122 190 205

National Health Act 1953— Domiciliary nursing care b en efit............................................ 31 587 000 30 082 612

Nursing home benefits.............................................................

Blood fractionation and products (including Biological prod-1 393 688 000 1 301 519 363

ucts and v a c c in e s )............................................................. 21 736 000 22 294 650

Medical benefits (Health Insurance Act 1 9 7 3 ) .................. 3 760 181 000 3 337 479 348

Pharmaceutical b e n e fits ......................................................... 168 400 000 132 040 607

Pharmaceutical benefits (co n cessio n al)............................... 76 800 000 63 272 252

Pharmaceutical benefits for p e n s io n e rs ............................... 888 600 000 796 689 829

Pharmaceutical benefits for o th e r s ....................................... 44 000 000 33 194 842

Aids and a p p lia n c e s ..............................................................

Isolated patients travel and accommodation assistance 33 170 000 29 946 499

scheme................................................................................... — 7 286

Nursing Homes Assistance Act 1974 ........................................ 28 721 000 55 142 341

Supported Accommodation Assistance Act 1985 .................. — 49 500 000

6 446 883 000 5 851 169 629

Assistance to Other Governments— Housing Assistance Act 1984 and proposed Housing Assist-ance Act 1989 .......................................................................... 1 034 990 000 700 000 000

States Grants (Housing) Act 1 9 7 1 ............................................ 5 500 000 5 500 000

1 040 490 000 705 500 000

Other— Home Deposit Assistance Act 1982 .......................................

Housing Assistance Act 1984 and proposed Housing Assist-60 000 31 229

ance Act 1989—Research and C o n s u lta n c y ...................... 100 000 —

160 000 31 229

7 647 550 000 6 678 891 063

Department of Veterans’ Affairs Seamen's War Pensions and Allowances Act 1940, Papua New Guinea (Members o f the Forces Benefits) Act 1957— Pensions and allowances for seamen and other civilians . . 795 000 697 303

795 000 697 303

Table 6— Estimates of Payments from Special Appropriations—continued

Estimates 1989-90

Actuals 1988 89

5. DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SERVICES AND HEALTH—continued Veterans' Entitlements Act 1986 Pensions and allowances for veterans and their dependants .

Pensions and allowances for war and defence widows and other dependants.......................................................................

Service pensions...........................................................................

Loss of earnings a llo w a n c e s .....................................................

Subsistence....................................................................................

Funeral e x p e n s e s ......................................................................

Transport a llo w a n c e ..................................................................

$

625 181 000

575 634 000 2 187 715 000 192 000 848 000

5 597 000 3 115 000

$

594 035 081

528 892 049 2 048 138 901 178 515 812 127

4 631 038 2 641 205

3 398 282 000 3 179 328 916

Other— Defence Service Homes Act 1918—section 3 9 C ......................

Interest Subsidy to be paid to W e s tp a c ...................................

22 000

173 000 000

43 455 125 40 700 947

173 022 000 84 156 072

3 572 099 000 3 264 182 291

11 219 649 000 9 943 073 354

6. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE Defence Forces Retirement Benefits Acts 1948, 1959, 1962, 1963 and 1968, Defence Forces Special Retirement Benefits Act I960, Defence Forces Retirement Benefits (Pension In­

creases) Acts 1961, 1967, 1971 and 1973, Defence Force (Retirement and Death Benefits Amendments) Act (No. 2) 1977, Defence Force Retirement and Death Benefits Act 1973, Defence Force Retirement and Death Benefits (Pension In­ creases) Acts 1974 and 1976, Superannuation and Other Benefits Legislation Amendment Act 1986, Defence (Super­ annuation Interim Arrangement) Amendment Act 1988 . . 660 284 000 594 445 226

660 284 000 594 445 226

7. DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING Assistance to Other Governments— States Grants (TAFE Assistance) Act 1989 ..........................

Proposed States Grants (TAFE Assistance) Act 1990 . . . States Grants (Tertiary Education Assistance) Act 1987 . . Higher Education Funding Act 1988 1989 program . . . . Proposed amendment for the 1990 p r o g r a m ..........................

States Grants (Schools Assistance) Act 1984 1985 amendm ent......................................................................

1986 am endm ent......................................................................

1987 amendm ent......................................................................

States Grants (Schools Assistance) Act 1988..........................

Proposed 1989 am endm ent.....................................................

191 172 000 142 568 000

1 155 430 000 1 223 385 000

195 000 5 270 000 1 054 342 000 1 036 788 000

132 853 555

1 305 486 927 1 130 579 242

6 111 6450­

940 826 481 962 537 072

4 809 150 000 4 472 288 742

Other— Higher Education Contribution S chem e................................... 473 075 000

5 282 225 000

232 900 000 4 705 188 742

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Table 6— Estimates of Payments from Special Appropriations—continued

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

7. DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING— continued

$ $

Department of Aboriginal Affairs Other— Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976— Section 44—Ranger A greem ent................................................ 200 000 200 000

Section 63—Payments in respect of R o y a ltie s ...................... 19 881 000 18 828 657

20 081 000 19 028 657

5 302 306 000 4 724 217 399

8. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE Australian Audit Office— Audit Act 1901— Auditor-General—Salary and allowances (Section 4 and

Remuneration Tribunals Act 1 9 7 3 ) ............................... 117 000 125 676

Acting Auditor-General—Salary and allowances (Section 9A and Remuneration Tribunals Act 1 9 7 3 ) ..................

Independent Auditor of the Australian Audit Office (Sec-14 000 10812

tion 48K)—Fees and allowances....................................... 70 000 54 800

201 000 191 288

Refunds of Receipts— Audit Act 1901, Section 37a ..................................................... 316 000 000 315 552 994

Less amount of Refunds deducted from Receipt items . . 316 000 0000· 315 552 9940·

— —

Other— Parliamentary Contributory Superannuation Act 1948 Parliamentary Contributory Superannuation Act 1948 and 13 000 000 7 118 069

Parliamentary Retiring Allowances (Increases) Act 1967, Act 1971—Ministerial............................................................. 40 000 34 776

Superannuation Act 1922, Act 1961, Act 1967, Act 1971 and Act 1976 ...................... 1 902 600 000 2 069 606 254

War Gratuity Act 1945 . . 1 000 367

1 915 641 000 2 076 759 466

1 915 842 000 2 076 950 754

9. DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE Australian International Development Assistance Bureau— Asian Development Fund Act 1978 ............................... — 21 915 156

Asian Development Fund Act 1982 ........................................ 19 200 000 28 284 844

Asian Development Fund Act 1987 ...............................

International Development Association (Further Payment) Act 2 100 000 2 300 000

1980 . . . . - 6 000 000 12 501 000

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Table 6— Estimates of Payments from Special Appropriations—continued

Estimates 1989-90

Actuals 1988-89

9. DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE— continued

$ $

International Development Association (Special Contribution) Act 1983 ......................

International Development Association (Further Payment) Act

International Development Association (Special Contribution) Act 1985 ...............................

International Development Association (Special ContributionI Act 1987 ......................

International Fund fo r Agricultural Development Act 1982

3 500 000

8 400 000

2 600 000

22 500 000 1 000 000

8 200 000

46 570 000

7 300 000

52 200 000 1 000 000

65 300 000 180 271 000

10. DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION, LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND ETHNIC AFFAIRS

11. DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Other— States Grants (Coal Mining Industry Long Service Leave) Act 1 9 4 9 ( a ) ................................................

Stevedoring Industry Finance Committee Act 1977 . . . . 31 000 000 27 000 000 29 052 073

27 259 533

58 000 000 56 311 606

12. DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY, TECHNOLOGY AND COMMERCE Bounty (Computers) Act 1984 ...........................

Bounty (High Alloy Steel Products) Act 1983 ......................

Bounty (Printed Fabrics) Act 1981 . . . .

Bounty (Ships) Act 1980 ...........................

Bounty (Steel Mill Products) Act 1983 . . . .

Bounty (Textile Yarns) Act 1 9 8 1 ..........................

States Grants (Petroleum Products) Act 1965— Petroleum Products Freight Subsidy Scheme . . .

35 139 000

897 600 19 765 000

91 055 400

4 255 000

31 052 786 2 230 196 936 264 44 972 889

3 638 741 87 292 651

2 985 988

151 112 000 173 109 515

Refunds of Receipts— Excise Act 1901...............................

Less Amount of Refunds deducted from Receipt items . . 731 500 000 731 500 OOOCr 617 192 548

617 192 548Cr

— —

151 112 000 173 109 515

13. DEPARTMENT OF PRIMARY INDUSTRIES AND ENERGY Australian Apple and Pear Export Underwriting Act 1981 Australian Apple and Pear Corporation Act 1973 . . . .

Australian Dried Fruits Corporation Act 1978 . . .

4 000

1 122 000

1 798 316 278 960 1 010 385

(a) For payment to the relevant Trust Fund or Trust Account.

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Table 6— Estimates of Payments from Special Appropriations—continued

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

$ $

13. DEPARTMENT OF PRIMARY INDUSTRIES AND ENERGY— continued

Australian Horticultural Corporation Act 1987 .................. 4 302 000 1 484 652

Australian Horticultural Corporation (Transitional Provi­ sions and Consequential Amendments) Act 1987 . . . . 255 879

Australian Meat and Live-stock Corporation Act 1977 . . . 60 264 000 80 183 588

Australian Meat and Live-stock Research and Development Corporation Act 1985 .............................................................. 27 801 000 23 488 238

Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation Act 1980 . . . . 796 000 530 833

Bass Strait Freight Adjustment Trust Fund Act 1984 (a) . ' -- 572 960

Canned Fruits Marketing Act 1979 ........................................ — 1 188 806

Coal Research Assistance Act 1977 ( a ) ................................... 7 350 000 7 033 184

Dairy Industry Stabilization Act 1977 ................................... — 2 397

Dairy Produce Act 1986 ......................................................... 142 540 000 157 443 736

Dried Vine Fruits Equalization Act 1978 ............................... 19 020 000 17 487 489

Fishing Industry Research and Development Act 1987 . . . 8 727 000 7 880 000

Honey Industry Act 1962 ......................................................... — 229 597

Honey Marketing Act 1988 ..................................................... 395 000 161 169

Horticultural Research and Development Corporation Act 1987 ............................................ 2 025 000 273 257

Live-stock Slaughter Levy Collection Act 1964 (a) . . . . 19 993 000 19 850 793

Loan (Income Equalization Deposits) Act 1976 ...................... 9 400 000 1 271 456

Petroleum (Submerged Lands) Act 1967 ............................... 110 400 000 99 855 376

Pig Industry Act 1986 ............................................................. 7 545 000 6 495 137

Poultry Industry Assistance Act 1965 ( a ) ............................... 550 000 128

Rural Industries Research Act 1985 ( a ) ............................... 49 866 000 38 937 369

Wheat Marketing Act 1984 ..................................................... 681 000 3 209 351

Wheat Marketing Act 1989 ..................................................... 35 247 000 —

Wool Marketing Act 1987— Promotion and Research......................................................... 234 722 000 229 221 400

Australian Wool Corporation—Market Support Fund . . 227 650 000 234 402 460

970 400 000 934 546 916

14. DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER AND CABINET Departmental— Governor-General Act 1974—

Allowance to former G o v ern o r-G en erals.......................... 267 000 216 449

Governor-General—Salary (Constitution of Commonwealth of Australia) . . . . 95 000 79 373

362 000 295 822

15. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SECURITY Social Security Act 1947— Age p e n sio n s.......................... 8 302 320 000 7 516 109 665

Invalid pensions................. 2 678 385 000 2 415 563 625

Widow’s pensions . . . . 20 000 266 440

Sole parent’s pensions...................... 2 235 990 000 2 131 985 802

Class B widow’s pensions . 560 230 000 534 132 199

( a ) For payment to the relevant Trust Fund or Trust Account.

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Table 6— Estimates of Payments from Special Appropriations—continued

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

$ $

15. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SECURITY—continued

Widowed person’s allo w an ce..................................................... 630 000 800 447

Family a llo w a n c e ....................................................................... 1 800 780 000 1 314 893 340

Family allowance supplement..................................................... 559 440 000 399 954 430

Child disability a llo w a n c e ......................................................... 55 510 000 50 864 305

Orphans’ p e n s io n s ....................................................................... 2 080 000 2 186 402

Unemployment b e n e fits.............................................................. 3 154 182 000 3 092 236 982

Job search allo w an ce.................................................................. 48 887 000 43 402 952

Sickness benefits........................................................................... 590 864 000 552 970 246

Special b e n e f its ........................................................................... 225 254 000 178 309 695

Rehabilitation allowance.............................................................. 18 125 000 17 660 651

Sheltered employment a llo w a n c e ............................................ 78 715 000 73 241 313

Mobility allow ance....................................................................... 7 500 000 7 444 713

Funeral b en efits........................................................................... 640 000 1 279 001

20 319 552 000 18 333 302 208

16. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS Assistance to Other Governments— Interstate Road Transport Act 1985 ( a ) .................. 11 300 000 10681 311

Australian Centennial Roads Development Act 1988 (a) . . 1 350 986 000 619 299 999 Australian Bicentennial Road Development Trust Fund Act 1982 ( a ) ................................................ — 223 678 103

Australian Land Transport (Financial Assistance) Act 1985(a) ..................................................... — 392 894 057

1 362 286 000 1 246 553 470

Other Aviation Fuel Revenues (Special Appropriation) Act 1988. . 24 000 000 23 047 509 Ships (Capital Grants) Act 1987 ............................................ 12 900 000 2 907 929

Interest on deposits under the Broadcasting (National Metropolitan Radio Plan) Act 1988 ................................... 9 000 —

36 909 000 25 955 438

1 399 195 000 1 272 508 908

17. DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY Debt Charges— Interest Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Act 1911, Loans Securities

Act 1919, Loans Redemption and Conversion Act 1921 . 7 244 673 000 7 365 634 645 Loan Securities Amendment Act 1988 (S w aps).................. 30 000 000 16 623 372

Less— Interest paid by States on Advances made under the Commonwealth and State Housing Agreements . . . 160 569 0000- 162 591 0930· Interest paid by States and the Northern Territory on

other L o a n s...................................................................... 2 056 673 000O 2 082 499 llOCr

(a) For payment to the relevant Trust Fund or Trust Account.

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Table 6— Estimates of Payments from Special Appropriations—continued

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

$ $

17. DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY—continued

Interest paid on States (Works and Housing) Assistance A c ts ................................................................................... 102 863 000Cr 95 898 689Cr

Interest paid by Australian Capital T e rrito ry ................. 3 425 0 0 0 0 650 231 0·

Net interest charges to the Commonwealth under the above A cts........................................................................................ 4 951 143 000 5 040 618 894

Other— National Debt Sinking Fund Act 1966 ............................... 1 886 000 000 1 956 733 182

Loans Redemption and Conversion Act 1921...................... 10 005 000 7 769 123

1 896 005 000 1 964 502 305

Assistance to Other Governments— Local Government (Financial Assistance) Act 1986 . . . . 675 266 000 652 500 000

States Grants (General Revenue) Act 1988 and Proposed Act 1989 ........................................................................................ 12 824 671 000 12 203 337 932

Sinking Fund on State Debts—Contribution—Financial Agreement Act 1976 ...................... ....................................... 49 000 000 49 079 938

States (Works and Housing) Assistance Act 1988 and Pro-posed Act 1989 ...................................................................... 310 504 000 606 677 000

Northern Territory Grant (Electricity) Act 1989 .................. — 40 000 000

13 859 441 000 13 551 594 870

Refunds of Receipts— Taxation Administration Act 1953 ........................................ 5 650 000 000 5 624 714 766

Less amount of Refunds deducted from Receipts items . . 5 650 000 000Cr 5 624 714 7 6 6 0

Other— Asian Development Bank (Additional Subscription) Act 1983 ........................................................................................ — 7 108 410

Banking Act 1959 . . . 501 000 200

Child Support Act 1988—Payment to cover shortfalls in the Child Support Trust A ccount................................................ 250 000 57 502

Child Support Act 1988—Unexplained Remittances . . . . 100 000 7217

Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Act 1911, Treasury Bills Act ‘ 914—Payment of Special Bond premiums on redemption 5 000 4 778

International Bank fo r Reconstruction and Development (Share Increase) Act 1988 . 528 000 785 451

International Bank fo r Reconstruction and Development (General Capital Increase) Act 1989 ................................... 3 565 000 3 578 182

International Financial Institutions (Share Increase) Act 1986 3 640 000 3 303 835 Life Insurance Act 1945 . 100 000 248 400

Taxation Administration Act 1953— Taxation (Interest on Overpayments) Act 1983................................... 86 000 000 56 074 512

94 689 000 71 168 487

20 801 278 000 20 627 884 556

Total Special Appropriations............................................ 62 908 521 000 58 964 385 930

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ANNUAL APPROPRIATIONS As noted in the previous chapter, the three annual Appropriation Bills, which provide for payments from the Consolidated Revenue Fund for the services of Government, comprise only some 30 per cent of Budget outlays.

Appropriation Bill (No. 1) provides for the appropriation of sums from the Consolidated Revenue Fund for the ordinary annual services of Government. Appropriation Bill (No. 2) provides for the appropriation of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for payments other than the ordinary annual services of Government including the construction of public works and buildings, the acquisition of sites and buildings, capital plant and equipment, payments to the States and the Northern Territory and new policies not authorised by special legislation.

In accordance with section 53 of the Constitution, the Senate may not amend proposed laws appropriating moneys for the ordinary annual services of the Government and, under section 54, such proposed laws shall deal only with such appropriation.

The question of what are appropriations for the ordinary annual services of the Government is not a matter for the Courts; it is a matter for decision by the two Houses of the Parliament. The distinction between the provisions of a Bill appropriating moneys for the ordinary annual services of the Government [Supply Bill (No. 1) and Appropriation Bills (Nos 1, 3 etc)] and a Bill appropriating moneys other than

for such services [Supply Bill (No. 2) and Appropriation Bills (Nos. 2, 4 etc)] was agreed by the so- called ‘Compact’ of 1965 between the two Houses.

That Compact dealt with the question by process of exclusion, ie it determined those provisions which should be excluded from the Bill for the ordinary annual services of the Government and which should thus be included in a separate Bill subject to amendment by the Senate. It provided that the following

provisions be included in that Bill:

• the construction of public works and buildings; • the acquisition of sites and buildings; • items of plant and equipment which are clearly definable as capital expenditure; • grants to the States under section 96 of the Constitution (payments of this nature to the Northern

Territory are now also included in that Bill); and • new policies not authorised by special legislation (subsequent appropriations for such items to be included in the Bill for the ordinary annual services of the Government).

It was agreed as part of the ‘Compact’ that provisions for payments on Defence should be included in the Bill for the ordinary annual services of the Government.

In 1982, the Parliament considered, for the first time, the Appropriation (Parliamentary Departments) Bill 1982-83. This Bill, the result of implementation of the recommendations of the Senate Select Committee on Appropriations and Staffing, is considered in the same manner as other Appropriation Bills. It is a Bill which can be amended by the Senate.

ANNOTATED APPROPRIATIONS

Sub-section 35 (3) of the Audit Act provides that items, sub-divisions or divisions in a Schedule to an Appropriation Act may be 'annotated to allow additional amounts to be deemed to be appropriated.

The Running Costs appropriations (or equivalents) for most departments and agencies have been annotated for the first time in 1989 to allow certain receipts, as provided in clause 9 of the Appropriation Bill (No. 1) 1989-90 and clause 7 of the Appropriation (Parliamentary Departments) Bill 1989-90, to be credited to the amounts in the Bills. Thus, the amounts provided in the Bills for Running Costs are ‘net’ appropriations which may be supplemented to the extent of receipts allowed for by the annotation and

agreed between the relevant Minister and the Minister for Finance.

In addition, there are a number of other appropriations, in the Bills, apart from Running Costs (or equivalents), which have been annotated.

The following table (Table 7) contains details for 1989-90 of the ‘net’ annotated appropriations in the Bills where agreements have been reached or are pending, the estimated receipts which may be credited to those appropriations in accordance with the annotation, and the resultant estimated ‘gross’ appropria­ tion.

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TABLE 7 Annotated Appropriations Details of annotated appropriations where agreements have been reached or are pending and estimated receipts which may be credited to the appropriations.

1989-90 (Estimates)

Item

‘N et’

Appropriation (1)

Estimated Receipts (2)

Estimated ‘Gross’

Appropriation (1) + (2)

D EPA RTM EN T O F A DM INISTRATIVE SERVICES D epartm ental 115-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 111 993 000 2 948 000 114 941 000

Australian Electoral Commission 116-1-00 Running C o s t s ........................................................ 30 025 000 146 000 30 171 000

Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology 118-1-00 Running C o s t s ........................................................ 89 462 000 738 000 90 200 000

Parliamentary and Ministerial Staff and Services 120-1-00 Running C o s t s ........................................................ 63 248 000 125 000 63 373 000

Overseas Property Services 805-1-04 Overseas Property Services—acquisitions, build­ ings and w o r k s ........................................................ 39 026 000 14 824 000 53 850 000

D EPA RTM EN T O F T H E ARTS, S PO R T , T H E EN V IR O N M EN T, T O U R ISM AND T ER R IT O R IE S Departm ental 135-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 30 554 000 552 000 31 106 000

135-8-00 Natural Environment P ro g ra m ............................ 39 734 600 30 000 39 764 600

135-10-00 Territories P r o g r a m ............................................. 40 810 000 9 372 000 50 182 000

Australian National Maritime Museum 142-1-00 Running C o s t s ........................................................ 11 583 000 320 000 11 903 000

National Film and Sound Archive 149-1-00 Running C o s t s ........................................................ 6 686 000 170 000 6 856 000

Supervising Scientist and the Alligator Rivers Region Research Institute 152-1-00 Running C o s t s ........................................................ 6 249 000 135 000 6 384 000

Antarctic Division 153-1-00 Running C o s t s ........................................................ 28 110 000 350 000 28 460 000

National Science and Technology Centre 154-1-00 Running C o s t s ........................................................ 1 947 000 3 176 000 5 123 000

National Capital Planning Authority 155-1-00 Running C o s t s ........................................................ 3212000 180 000 3 392 000

ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S D EPA RTM EN T Departmental 165-1-00 ....................... 107 427 000 10 222 000 117 649 000

Australian Federal Police 167-1-00 Running C o s t s ........................................................ 170 255 000 1 840 000 172 095 000

Australian Security Intelligence Organisation 171-1-00 Running C o s t s ....................... 59 478 000 196 000 59 674 000

Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission 177-1-00 Running Costs . . . 6 276 000 50 000 6 326 000

Office of Parliamentary Counsel 180-1-00 Running Costs . . . . 2 542 000 14 000 2 556 000

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions 181-1-00 Running Costs . . . . 21 533 000 21 000 21 554 000

Trade Practices Commission 182-1-00 Running C o s t s ....................... 8 592 000 75 000 8 667 000

D EPA RTM EN T O F CO M M U N ITY SERVICES AND H E A LT H Departmental 200-1-00 Running Costs . . . . 214517 000 1 895 000 216412000

NOTES: (1) The amount corresponds with that published in Appropriation Bill No. 1. (2) The am ount corresponds with estimated receipts shown in Table 5, under the item ‘Section 35 of the A udit Act 1901'.

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TABLE 7— Annotated Appropriations— continued

1989-90 (Estimates)

Item

‘N et’

Appropriation (1)

Estimated Receipts (2)

Estimated ‘Gross'

Appropriation (1) + (2)

DEPARTM ENT O F E M PLO Y M E N T, EDUCATION AND TRAINING Departmental 270-1-00 Running C o s t s ........................................ 406 733 600 3 800 000 410 533 600

DEPARTM ENT O F ABO RIGINA L AFFAIRS Departmental 290-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 39 820 000 353 000 40 173 000

DEPARTM ENT O F FINANCE Departmental 304-1-00 Running C o s t s ................................................... 48 130 000 70 000 48 200 000

304-3-05 Other S e rv ic e s ......................................................... 100 000 5000 000 5 100 000

Australian Audit Office 305-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 29 185 000 31 000 29 216 000

Australian Governm ent Retirement Benefits Office 306-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 17 923 000 6000 17 929 000

DEPARTM ENT O F FO REIG N AFFAIRS AND TRADE Departmental 315-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 293 946 000 2 285 000 296 131 000

Australia-Japan Foundation 316-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 570 200 2000 572 200

Australian International Development Assistance Bureau 317-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 26 419 000 8 600 26 427 600

Australian Security Intelligence Service 318-01-00 Running Costs......................................................... 19 383 000 517000 19 900 000

DEPARTM ENT O F IM M IG R A TIO N , LOCAL GOVERNM ENT AND E TH N IC AFFAIRS Departmental 360-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 145 886 000 1 477 000 147 363 000

DEPA RTM EN T O F IN D U STR IA L RELA TIONS Departmental 365-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 373 800 000 1 236 000 375 036 000

DEPA RTM EN T O F INDUSTRY, TECH N O LO G Y AND CO M M ERCE Departmental 380-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 53 208 600 130 000 53 338 600

Australian Customs Service 381-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 207 637 000 2 977 000 210614 000

Automotive Industry Authority 385-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 990 100 10 000 1 000 100

D EPA RTM EN T O F PRIM A R Y IN D U STR IES AND ENERGY Departmental 490-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 73 278 000 1 671 000 74 949 000

Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service 491-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 160 821 000 698 000 161 519 000

Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics 492-1 -00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 12 423 000 1 466 000 13 889 000

Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics 493-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 42 860 000 650 000 43 510 000

D EPA RTM EN T O F T H E P R IM E M IN IS T E R AND CABINET Public Service Commissioner 520-1-00 Running C o s t s ......................................................... 7 648 500 1 775 000 9 423 500

NOTES: ( t ) The am ount corresponds with that published in Appropriation Bill No. 1. (2) The am ount corresponds with estimated receipts shown in Table 5, under the item ‘Section 35 of the A udit Act 1901'.

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1989-90 (Estimates)

Item

‘N et’

Appropriation (1)

Estimated Receipts (2)

Estimated ‘Gross’

Appropriation (1) + (2)

D EPA RTM EN T O F TRA N SPO RT AND CO M M U N IC A TIO N S Departm ental 660-1-00 Running C o s t s ............................................. . . 169 364 000 443 000 169 807 000

D EPA R TM EN T OF T H E TREASURY Departm ental 670-1-00 Running C o s t s ............................................. . . 22 118 000 53 000 22 171 000

Australian Bureau of Statistics 671-1-00 Running C o s t s ............................................. . . 142 765 000 2 064 000 144 829 000

Industries Assistance Commission 673-1-00 Running C o s t s ............................................. . . 10 434 000 42 000 10 476 000

Prices Surveillance Authority 674-1-00 Running C o s t s ............................................. . . 2 228 000 6 000 2 234 000

Total Estim ated Receipts 74 149 600

NOTES: (1) The amount corresponds with that published in Appropriation Bill No. 1. (2) The amount corresponds with estimated receipts shown in Table 5 under the item ‘Section 35 of the A u d it Act 1901'.

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1987-88-89

THE PARLIAMENT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Presented and read a first time, 15 August 1989

( Treasurer)

A BILL FO R

An Act to appropriate certain sums out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for certain expenditure, in relation to the Parliamentary Departments, in respect of the year ending on 30 June 1990, and for related purposes

BE IT ENACTED by the Queen, and the Senate and the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Australia, as follows:

Short title

1. This Act may be cited as the Appropriation (Parliamentary Departments) Act 1989-90.

Commencement

2. This Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

Issue and application of $57 098 000

3. The Minister for Finance may issue out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund and apply for the services specified in Schedule 2, in respect of the year ending on 30 June 1990, the sum of $57 098 000.

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Appropriation of $103 372 000 4. The sums authorised by section 3 of the Supply (Parliamentary Departments) Act 1989-90 and by section 3 of this Act to be issued out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, amounting, as appears by Schedule 1, in the aggregate to the sum of $103 372 000, are appropriated, and are to be taken to have been appropriated as from 1 July 1989, for the services specified in Schedule 2 in respect of the financial year that commenced on that date.

Additional appropriation in respect of increases in salaries 5. (1) In addition to the sum referred to in section 4 the Minister for Finance may issue out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for the service of the year ending on 30 June 1990 amounts not exceeding such amounts as are determined by the President, by the Speaker, or by the President and the Speaker, in accordance with subsection (2), (3) or (4), as the case may be.

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(2) The amounts determined by the President under this subsection must not exceed the amounts estimated to be necessary for the payment of such increases in salaries, and payments in the nature of salary, for which provision is made in subdivision 1 of Division 101 in Schedule 2, as have become payable or become payable, or have commenced or commence to be paid, during the financial year ending 30 June 1990, in accordance with any law, or in accordance with an award, order or determination made

under a law.

(3) The amounts determined by the Speaker under this subsection must not exceed the amounts estimated to be necessary for the payment of such increases in salaries, and payments in the nature of salary, for which provision is made in subdivision 1 of Division 103 in Schedule 2, as have

become payable or become payable, or have commenced or commence to be paid, during the financial year ending 30 June 1990, in accordance with any law, or in accordance with an award, order or determination made

under a law.

(4) The amounts determined by the President and the Speaker under this subsection must not exceed the amounts estimated to be necessary for the payment of such increases in salaries, and payments in the nature of salary, for which provision is made in subdivision 1 of Division 105 in

Schedule 2, subdivision 1 of Division 106 in Schedule 2 or subdivision 1 of Division 107 in Schedule 2, as have become payable or become payable, or have commenced or commence to be paid, during the financial year ending 30 June 1990, in accordance with any law, or in accordance with an award,

order or determination made under a law.

(5) Amounts issued under subsection (1) may be applied only for the purpose of expenditure in respect of increases referred to in subsection (2), (3) or (4) in salaries and in payments in the nature of salary and the Minister for Finance must report the amounts so issued to the Parliament.

(6) The Consolidated Revenue Fund is appropriated to the extent necessary for the purposes of this section.

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Amounts expended under Supply Act in respect of increases in salaries 6. Amounts issued before the commencement of this Act, in accordance with section 4 of the Supply (Parliamentary Departments) Act 1989-90 and applied'in payment of recurrent expenditure, for which provision is made in

Schedule 2 by way of payment of salaries or payments in the nature of salary, are to be taken to have been issued and applied under this Act.

Net annotated appropriations 7. Where the description of the purpose of an appropriation set out in an item, subdivision or Division of Schedule 2 concludes with the words “ (net appropriation—see section 7)”, that Schedule is to be taken, for the purposes of this Act and the Audit Act 1901, to provide that all money received:

(a) from the sale, leasing or hiring out of, or other dealing with, goods or other personal property; or (b) from the sale of real property used for the purpose of providing staff residential accommodation or from the leasing of real property

for that purpose; or (c) from the provision of services; may be credited to that item, subdivision or Division, to such extent as is, and on such conditions as are, agreed between the Minister responsible for

the Department, statutory authority, or other body for which the appropriation is made and the Minister for Finance.

Advances to President and Speaker 8. (1) Expenditure in relation to the Senate in excess of specific appropriation may be charged to such subdivision of Division 101 in Schedule 2 as the President may direct but the total expenditure so charged in the

financial year ending on 30 June 1990, after deduction of amounts of repayments, must not at any time exceed the amount appropriated for that year under the head “Advance to the President of the Senate”.

(2) Expenditure in relation to the House of Representatives in excess of specific appropriation may be charged to such subdivision of Division 103 in Schedule 2 as the Speaker may direct provided that the total expenditure so charged in the financial year ending 30 June 1990, after deduction of amounts of repayments, must not at any time exceed the amount appropriated

for that year under the head “Advance to the Speaker of the House of Representatives”.

(3) Expenditure in relation to the Parliamentary Reporting Staff, the Parliamentary Library or the Joint House Department in excess of specific appropriation may be charged to such subdivision of Division 105, 106 or 107 in Schedule 2 as the President and the Speaker both direct but the total expenditure so charged in the financial year ending 30 June 1990, after

deduction of amounts of repayments, must not at any time exceed the amount appropriated for that year under the head “Joint Advance to the President and the Speaker”.

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SCHEDULE 1 Section 4

S U M S A U T H O R I S E D T O B E IS S U E D O U T O F T H E

C O N S O L I D A T E D R E V E N U E F U N D

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By th e S u p p l y ( P a r lia m e n ta r y D e p a r t­

m e n ts ) A c t 1 9 8 9 -9 0 ....................................... 46 2 7 4 0 0 0

By th is A c t ................................................................... 57 0 9 8 0 0 0

T o ta l 103 372 0 0 0

SCHEDULE 2 Sections 3 and 4

SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Division Recurrent Capital Total

$ $ $

101 S e n a t e ............................................................................... 15 993 000 15 993 000

15 659 408 — 15 659 408

102 Advance to the President of the S e n a t e ...................... — — 200 000

103 House of Representatives................................................ 17 666 000 — 17 666 000

16 990 665 — 16 990 665

104 Advance to the Speaker of the House of Representatives — — 300 000

105 Parliamentary Reporting S taff"....................................... 9 214 000 — 9 214 000

8 435 109 — 8435 109

106 Parliamentary L ib r a r y ..................................................... 27 671 000 — 27 671 000

26 008 015 — 26 008 015

107 Joint House D e p a rtm e n t................................................ 29 202 000 2 126 000 31 328 000

35 040 232 1 399 935 36 440 167

108 Joint Advance to the President and the Speaker . . . 1 000 000

T o t a l .......................................................................... 99 746 000 2 126 000 103 372 000

102 133 429 1 399 935 103 533 364

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1989-90 -

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 10!.—SENATE

$ $ $

1. Recurrent E xp en d itu re..................................................... 15 990 000 15 849 500 15 656 823

2. Payments under subsection 34A(1) of the Audit Act 1901 3 000 2 585 2 585

Total: Senate ......................................................... 15 993 000 15 852 085 15 659 408

ADVANCE TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE

Division 102.—ADVANCE TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE To enable the President of the Senate to make money available for expenditure:

(i) that the President of the Senate is satisfied is expenditure that is urgently required and: (A) was unforeseen until after the last day on which it was practicable to include

appropriation for that expenditure in the Bill for this Act before the introduction of that Bill into the House of Representatives; or (B ) was erroneously omitted from, or understated

in, the Bill for this Act; and (ii) particulars of which will afterwards be submitted to the Parliament; being expenditure for the service of the year ending on

30 June 1990 in relation to the S e n a te .......................... 200 000 200 000

* E xpenditure in 1988-89 from the A dvance to th e President o f th e Senate is show n under the app ro p riatio n to which it has been charged.

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1988-89

1989-90

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

Division 1 0 3 .-HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 1. Recurrent E xp en d itu re................................... 17 666 000 17 027 000 16 990 665

Total: House of Representatives 17 666 000 17 027 000 16 990 665

ADVANCE TO THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Division 104.—ADVANCE TO THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES To enable the Speaker of the House of Representatives to make money available for expenditure:

(i) that the Speaker of the House of Representatives is satisfied is expenditure that is urgently required

(A) was unforeseen until after the last day on which it was practicable to include

appropriation for that expenditure in the Bill for this Act before the introduction of that Bill into the House of Representatives; or (B ) was erroneously omitted from, or understated

in, the Bill for this Act; and (ii) particulars of which will afterwards be submitted to the Parliament; being expenditure for the service of the year ending on 30 June 1990 in relation to the House of Representatives 300 000 300 000 *

* E xpenditure in 1988-89 from the A dvance to the Speaker of th e H ouse o f R epresentatives is show n under the appropriation to which it has been charged.

and:

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1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 105.—PARLIAMENTARY REPORTING STAFF 1. Recurrent E x p en d itu re.....................................................

$

9 214 000

$

8 493 000

$

8 435 109

Total: Parliamentary Reporting S t a f f ................. 9 214 000 8 493 000 8 435 109

Division 106.—PARLIAMENTARY LIBRARY 1. Recurrent E xp en d itu re..................................................... 27 671 000 26 033 000 26 008 015

Total: Parliamentary L ib r a r y ............................... 27 671 000 26 033 000 26 008 015

Division 107.—JOINT HOUSE DEPARTMENT 1. Recurrent Expenditure (net appropriation—see section 7 ) ....................................................................... 29 202 000 35 263 834 35 040 232

2. Capital E x p en d itu re ......................................................... 2 126 000 2000 000 1 399 935

Total: Joint House D e p a r tm e n t.......................... 31 328 000 37 263 834 36 440 167

JOINT ADVANCE TO THE PRESIDENT AND THE SPEAKER

Division 108.—JOINT ADVANCE TO THE PRESIDENT AND THE SPEAKER To enable the President and the Speaker to make money available for expenditure:

(i) that both the President and the Speaker are satisfied is expenditure that is urgently required and: (A) was unforeseen until after the last day on

which it was practicable to include appropriation for that expenditure in the Bill for this Act before the introduction of that Bill into the House of

Representatives; or (B ) was erroneously omitted from, or

understated in, the Bill for this Act; and (ii) particulars of which will afterwards be submitted to the Parliament; being expenditure for the service of the year ending on

30 June 1990 in relation to the Parliamentary Reporting Staff, the Parliamentary Library or the Joint House D e p a rtm e n t...................................................................... 1 000 000 1 000 000

* Expenditure in 1988-89 from the Joint Advance to the President and the Speaker is shown under the appropriation to which it has been charged.

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1987-88-89

THE PARLIAM ENT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Presented and read a first time, 15 August 1989

( Treasurer)

A BILL FOR

An Act to appropriate certain sums out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for the service of the year ending on 30 June 1990, and for related purposes

BE IT ENACTED by the Queen, and the Senate and the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Australia, as follows:

Short title

1. This Act may be cited as the Appropriation Act (No. 1) 1989-90.

Commencement

2. This Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

Issue and application of $12 418 394 700

3. The Minister for Finance may issue out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund and apply for the services specified in Schedule 3, in respect of the year ending on 30 June 1990, the sum of $12 418 394 700.

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Appropriation of $22 362 190 000 4. The sums authorised by section 3 of the Supply Act (No. 1) 1989-90 as that Act is to be treated as having effect by virtue of the provisions of this Act (other than the sums authorised by a Division or a unit of a

Division in -the Schedule to that Act that are specified in relation to that Division or unit of a Division in an item in Schedule 2) and by section 3 of this Act to be issued out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, amounting, as appears by Schedule 1, in the aggregate to the sum of $22 362 190 000, are appropriated, and are to be taken to have been appropriated as from 1 July

1989, for the services expressed in Schedule 3 in respect of the financial year that commenced on that date.

Additional appropriation in respect of increases in salaries 5. (1) In addition to the sum referred to in section 4, the Minister for Finance may issue out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for the service of the year ending on 30 June 1990 amounts not exceeding such amounts as the Minister for Finance determines in accordance with subsection (2).

(2) The amounts determined by the Minister for Finance under this section must not exceed the amounts estimated to be necessary for the payment of such increases in salaries, and payments in the nature of salary, for which provision is made in Schedule 3 as have become payable or

become payable, or have commenced or commence to be paid, during the financial year ending 30 June 1990, in accordance with any law, or in accordance with an award, order or determination made under a law.

(3) Amounts issued under this section may be applied only for the purpose of expenditure in respect of increases referred to in subsection (2) in salaries and in payments in the nature of salary and the Minister for Finance must report the amounts so issued to the Parliament.

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(4) The Consolidated Revenue Fund is appropriated to the extent necessary for the purposes of this section.

Amounts expended under Supply Act in respect of increases in salaries 6. Amounts issued, before the commencement of this Act, in accordance with section 4 of the Supply Act (No. 1) 1989-90 and applied in payment of salaries or payments in the nature of salary, for which provision is made in Schedule 3, are to be taken to have been issued and applied under this

Act.

Further issue, application and appropriation 7. (1) In addition to the sum appropriated by section 4, the Minister for Finance may issue out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund and apply, in respect of the year ending on 30 June 1990, such sums as the Minister for

Finance from time to time determines.

(2) The sums determined by the Minister for Finance under subsection (1) are appropriated for the purposes of the Loan Consolidation and Investment Reserve established by the Loan Consolidation and Investment Reserve Act 1955.

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Money appropriated for a program

8. Where money is appropriated by this Act for a particular program, that money is to be taken to be appropriated for: (a) the purpose of payments (including advances) under Acts administered as part of the program; and

(b) other purposes of the program, being purposes for which appropriation has been made in an earlier Act.

Net annotated appropriations

9. Where the description of the purpose of an appropriation set out in an item, subdivision or Division of Schedule 3 concludes with the words “ (net appropriation—see section 9)”, that Schedule is to be taken, for the purposes of this Act and the Audit Act 1901, to provide that all money received:

(a) from the sale, leasing or hiring out of, or other dealing with, goods or other personal property; or (b) from the sale of real property used for the purpose of providing staff residential accommodation or from the leasing of real property

for that purpose; or (c) from the provision of services; may be credited to that item, subdivision or Division, to such extent as is, and on such conditions as are, agreed between the Minister responsible for the Department, statutory authority, or other body for which the appropriation is made and the Minister for Finance.

Department of Aboriginal Affairs 10. A reference in Schedule 3 to the Department of Aboriginal Affairs includes a reference to any body established, whether before or after the commencement of this Act, to perform functions corresponding to some or all of the services provided by the Department and some or all of the

functions of the Aboriginal Development Commission and the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.

Australian National Maritime Museum

11. (1) If a body to be known as the Australian National Maritime Museum is established by legislation before 1 July 1990, this Act has effect, and is to be taken at all times to have had effect, as if the appropriation of amounts to the Department of the Arts, Sport, the Environment, Tourism and Territories under subdivisions 1, 2 and 3 of Division 142 in Schedule 3 to this Act were:

(a) an appropriation to that body of so much of each of those amounts as is determined, in writing, by the Minister for Finance to be required for the purposes of that body in respect of the period commencing on the establishment of the body and ending on 30 June 1990; and

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(b) an appropriation of the balance of each of those amounts to the Department for the purposes of meeting running costs, property operating costs and collection expenses incurred by the Department preparatory to the establishment of the body.

(2) Any determination made by the Minister for Finance under section 8 of the Supply Act (No. 1) 1989-90 is to be taken, for the purposes of a determination under subsection (1) of this section, to form a part of the latter determination and to have been made in respect of the period referred to in paragraph (1) (a).

(3) The Supply Act (No. 1) 1989-90 has effect, and is to be taken at all times to have had effect, as if there were inserted in section 8 of that Act “by legislation” after “established” (first occurring).

National Science and Technology Centre 12. (1) If a body to be known as the National Science and Technology Centre is established by legislation before 1 July 1990, this Act has effect, and is to be taken at all times to have had effect, as if the appropriation of an amount to the Department of the Arts, Sport, the Environment, Tourism

and Territories under Division 154 in Schedule 3 to this Act were: (a) an appropriation to that body of so much of that amount as is determined, in writing, by the Minister for Finance to be required for the purposes of that body in respect of the period commencing

on its establishment and ending on 30 June 1990; and (b) an appropriation of the balance of that amount to the Department for the purpose of meeting running costs incurred by the Department preparatory to the establishment of the body.

(2) Any determination made by the Minister for Finance under section 9 of the Supply Act (No. 1) 1989-90 is to be taken, for the purposes of a determination under subsection (1) and to hive been made in respect of the period referred to in paragraph (1) (a), to form a part of the latter

determination.

(3) The Supply Act (No. 1) 1989-90 has effect, and is to be taken at all times to have had effect, as if there were inserted in section 9 of that Act “by legislation” after “is established” (first occurring).

Australian Defence Industries Pty Ltd 13. (1) The Supply Act (No. 1) 1989-90 has effect, and is to be taken at all times to have had effect, as if: (a) for subdivision 1 of Division 241 in the Schedule to that Act there

were substituted the following subdivision: “ 1.—Munitions Production (including payments to relevant trust a c c o u n ts ) ................................ 19 451 000”;

(b) for subdivision 3 of Division 241 in the Schedule to that Act there were substituted the following subdivision: “3.—Shipbuilding (including payments to relevant trust accounts) ............................................... 2 507 000”.

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(2) Nothing in subsection (1) is to be taken to imply that an amount appropriated in subdivision 1 or 3 of Division 241 in the Schedule to the Supply Act (No. 1) 1989-90 should not be applied, in accordance with the purposes for which that appropriation was made, in a payment to Australian

Defence Industries Pty Ltd.

Act to be subject to Loan A ct 1990, if enacted 14. If an Act to be cited as the Loan Act 1990 is enacted before 30 June 1990, this Act has effect subject to that Act.

SCHEDULE 1 Section 4

SUMS AUTHORISED TO BE ISSUED OUT OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND

By the Supply Act (No. 1) 1989-90 . . . 9 943 795 300

By this A c t .....................................................12 418 394 700

T o t a l ............................................................. 22 362 190 000

SCHEDULE 2 Section 4

Column 1 Column 2 Column 3

Item Division, &c. Amount

$

1. Subdivision 9 of Division 135 959 000

2. Subdivision 1 of Division 154 53 000

3. Subdivision 2 of Division 185 8 000

4. Subdivision 2 of Division 186 57 000

5. Subdivision 2 of Division 187 6 000

6. Division 248 295 000

7. Subdivision 1 of Division 511 2 385 700

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SCHEDULE 3 Sections 3 and 4

ABSTRACT

Page Reference Departments and Services Total

$

10. Department of Administrative Services.......................................................... 630 091 000

15. Department of the Arts, Sport, the Environment, Tourism and T e r r i t o r i e s ..................................................................................................... 522 719 000

20. Attorney-General’s Departm ent ................................................................... 646 672 000

27. Departm ent of Community Services and H e a lth ........................................ 1 478 313 000

27. Department of Veterans’ A f f a i r s ................................................................... 1 241 762 000

32. Department of D efe n c e ..................................................................................... 8 010 576 000

35. Department of Employment, Education and T rain in g ................................ 2 380 508 000

35. Department of Aboriginal A ffa irs ................................................................... 462 922 000

42. Department of F in a n c e ..................................................................................... 152 753 000

44. Advance to the Minister for F i n a n c e ......................................................... 170 000 000

45. Department of Foreign Affairs and T r a d e ................................................. 1 449 208 000

50. Department of Immigration, Local Government and Ethnic Affairs . . 277 459 000

53. Department of Industrial R e la tio n s .............................................................. 281 705 000

56. Departm ent of Industry, Technology and C o m m e rc e ................................ 1 197 740 000

62. Department of Primary Industries and Energy............................................. 408 377 000

66. Department of the Prime Minister and C a b i n e t ........................................ 80 851 000

70. Department of Social S e c u r ity ....................................................................... 815 498 000

72. Department of Transport and C o m m u n ic a tio n s........................................ 992 241 000

76. Department of the T r e a s u ry ............................................................................ 1 162 795 000

T o t a l ..................................................................................................... 22 362 190 000

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Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Departments and Services

Running Other

Costs Services Total

Department of Administrative S e rv ic e s ........................................

Department of the Arts, Sport, the Environment, Tourism and T e rrito rie s ....................................................................................

Attorney-General’s D e p a rtm e n t.....................................................

Department of Community Services and H e a lth ..........................

Department of Veterans’ A ffairs.....................................................

Department of D e fe n c e ..................................................................

Department of Employment, Education and Training . . . .

Department of Aboriginal A f f a i r s ................................................

Department of Finance (a) .........................................................

Department of Foreign Affairs and T r a d e ...................................

Department of Immigration, Local Government and Ethnic Affairs

Department of Industrial Relations................................................

Department of Industry, Technology and C om m erce..................

Department of Primary Industries and E n e r g y ..........................

Department of the Prime Minister and C a b in e t..........................

Department of Social Security .....................................................

Department of Transport and Com m unications..........................

Department of the T r e a s u r y .........................................................

$ $ $

302 987 000 327 104 000 630 091 000 624 246 122 256 755 829 881001951

77 814 000 444 905 000 522 719 000 72 837 506 408 548 631 481 386 137 500 965 000 145 707 000 646 672 000 424 884 382 107 080 997 531 965 379 214 517 000 1 263 796 000 1 478 313 000

243 628 296 1 078 942 774 1 322 571 070 167 891 000 1 073 871 000 1 241 762 000 160 496 563 1 096 091 728 1 256 588 291 3 805 597 000 4 204 979 000 8 010 576 000

3 649 126 337 3 928 737 988 7 577 864 325 410 946 500 1 969 561 500 2 380 508 000 398 148 763 1 752 936 156 2 151 084919 39 820 000 423 102 000 462 922 000

40 185 878 366 282 034 406 467 912 95 238 000 57 515 000 152 753 000 86 455 045 58 936 884 145 391 929 320 935 200 1 128 272 800 1 449 208 000

293 173 425 1 025 197 048 1 318 370 473 145 886 000 131 573 000 277 459 000 128 474 313 101923 924 230 398 237 63 002 000 218 703 000 281 705 000

59 288 988 143 215 954 202 504 942 295 786 500 901 953 500 1 197 740 000 286 342 329 906 643 570 1 192 985 899 289 382 000 118 995 000 408 377 000

268 199 096 101 561 976 369 761 072 48 678 000 32 173 000 80 851 000

44 121 381 44 634 526 88 755 907

655 328 000 160 170 000 815 498 000 610 622 027 128 017 367 738 639 394 206 920 000 785 321 000 992 241 000 199 858 988 748 668 481 948 527 469 904 187 000 258 608 000 1 162 795 000

785 682 066 181 614 699 967 296 765

T o t a l .................................................................................... 8 545 880 200 13 646 309 800 22 192 190 000

8 375 771 505 12 435 790 566 20 811 562 071

(a) Excludes appropriation Division No 310—Advance to the Minister for Finance $170 000 000.

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Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Division

Running Costs

Other Services Total

$ $ $

115 A dm inistrative............................................................. . I l l 993 000 195 647 000 307 640 000

446 979 751 145 337 148 592 316 899

116 Australian Electoral C om m ission............................... . 30 025 000 64 684 000 94 709 000

28 264 312 54 905 165 83 169 477

118 Commonwealth Bureau of M e te o ro lo g y .................. . 89 462 000 18 499 000 107 961 000

87 543 946 14 848 292 102 392 238

120 Parliamentary and Ministerial Staff and Services . . . 63 248 000 42 235 000 105 483 000

54 470 825 34 485 523 88 956 348

121 Parliament House Construction Authority . . . . . -- 3 027 000 3 027 000

— 4 352 000 4 352 000

122 Royal Commissions and E n q u i r i e s .......................... . 8 259 000 3 012 000 11 271 000

6 987 288 2 827 701 9 814 989

T o t a l.................................................................. . 302 987 000 327 104 000 630 091 000

624 246 122 256 755 829 881 001 951

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1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 115—ADMINISTRATIVE

$ $ $

1—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 111 993 000 448 635 100 446 979 751

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ........................................ 62 840 000 51 068 774 50 567 170

3.—Other Services 01. Compensation and legal expenses............................... 1 355 500 6 123 600 4 963 372

02. Political Exchange P ro g ra m ........................................

03. Australian Government Publishing Service—Subsidy to meet running costs (for payment to Australian

193 000 217 000 209 575

Government Publishing Service Trust Account) . 04. Transport and storage services—Subsidy (for payment 3 700 000 3 000 000 3 000 000

to the Transport and Storage Trust Account) . . 05. Commonwealth Accommodation and Catering Serv-1 200 000 1 800 000 1 800 000

ice—Redundancy payments to former employees 06. Commonwealth Accommodation and Catering Serv-800 000 1 200 000 1 017 946

ice—Subsidy to Command/Delaware...................... 3 774 000 3 617 000 3 566 231

11 022 500 15 957 600 14 557 124

4.—Estate Management 01. Estate management expenses........................................ 35 302 000 424 000 424 000

02. Fire protection—Commonwealth property . . . . 4 834 000 5 038 000 4 784 374

03. Fitout of multi-tenanted leased p re m is e s .................. 8 882 000 9 684 000 9 683 615

04. Leases to be assigned, refurbished or terminated . . 4 309 000 3 696 415 3 675 297

53 327 000 18 842 415 18 567 286

5.—Overseas Property Services 01. R e n t ........................................................................... 43 011 000 39 271 000 39 039 589

02. Furniture and fittings - ................................................

03. Architects, engineers, quantity surveyors and other 10 814 000 10 265 500 10 245 554

consultants—F e e s ................................................ 1 498 000 1 460 300 1 460 280

04. Repairs, maintenance and other s e r v ic e s .................. 12 760 000 10 614 000 10 526 645

68 083 000 61 610 800 61 272 068

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D e p a rtm e n t o f A d m in is tr a tiv e S e rv ic e s— c o n tin u e d

1988-89

1989-90 ---------------------------------

Appropriation Expe

6.—Grants-in-Aid 01. Royal Humane Society of Australasia . . . . 02. Australian Institute of Political Science . . . . 03. Lionel Murphy Foundation—Contribution . . 04. Herbert Vere Evatt Memorial Foundation—

C ontribution.....................................................

05. Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to A nim als.............................................................

$

10 000 6 000 100 000

250 000

8 500

$

10 000 5 500 100 000

250 000

8 000

1

374 500 373 500

Total: Division 115 307 640 000 596 488 189 592

Division 116.-AUSTRALIAN ELECTORAL COMMISSION 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) 30 025 000 28 896 000 28'

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ............................... 10 916 000 6 815 484 jl

3.—Other Services 01. Enrolment expenditures................................................

02. Conduct of Commonwealth elections, referendums and industrial b a l l o t s .....................................................

03. Compensation and legal expenses...............................

10 710 000

42 849 000 209 000

7 807 500

40 377 600 227 000

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53 768 000 48 412 100 481

Total: Division 116 94 709 000 84 123 584 83'

Division 118.-COMMONWEALTH BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY L—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) 89 462 000 87 775 500 87 <

2.— Property Operating E x p e n s e s ............................... 11 693 000 8 490 191

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1988-89

1989-90 --------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

3.—Other Services

$ $ $

01. World Meteorological Organisation —Contribution . 02. Australian Baseline Air Pollution Monitoring Sta-547 000 963 800 502 672

tion Operating costs................................................ 470 000 430 200 430 048

03. Observation services and allow ances........................... 5 294 000 5 105 000 5 104 981

04. Compensation and legal expenses............................... 495 000 320 900 320 885

6 806 000 6 819 900 6 358 586

Total: Division 118

Division 120.- PARLIAMENTARY AND MINISTERIAL STAFF AND SERVICES

107 961 000 103 085 591 102 392 238

—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 63 248 000 54 568 460 54 470 825

Λ—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ........................................ 14 738 000 6 969 915 6 935 195

3·—Conveyance of Members of Parliament and Others . .

4·—Visits Abroad of Ministers (including personal staff)

22 277 000 22 700 000 22 669 481

and Others .........................................................

5.—Other Services

3 665 000 3 448 000 3 356 372

01. Compensation and legal expenses...............................

02. Superannuation endowment policies—Premiums 55 000 87 000 29 641

p a i d .......................................................................

Payments under subsection 34a (1) of the Audit Act 1 500 000 1 482 000 1 476 808

1 9 0 1 .............................................................. — 21 100 18 026

1 555 000 1 590 100 1 524 475

Total: Division 120

Division 121.—PARLIAMENT HOUSE CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY 1—For expenditure under the Parliament House Construe-

105 483 000 89 276 475 88 956 348

tion Authority Act 1979—Recurrent expenditure 3 027 000 4 352 000 4 352 000

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1988-89

1989-90 -------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 122.—ROYAL COMMISSIONS AND ENQUIRIES 1.—Running C o s t s ..................................................................

$

8 259 000

$

8 122 000

$

6 987 288

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 1 250 000 577 643 574 763

3.—Other Services 01. Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Cus­ tody—Legal a s s is ta n c e ............................................ 1 762 000 2 422 700 2 252 938

Total: Division 122 11 271 000 11 122 343 9 814 989

Total: Department of Administrative Services . . . 630 091 000 888 448 182 881 001 951

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DEPARTM ENT OF THE ARTS, SPORT, THE ENVIRONM ENT, TOURISM AND TERRITORIES

SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure— i 988-89, Light figures

Division

Running Costs

Other Services Total

$ $ $

135 A dm inistrative.............................................................. 30 554 000 164 594 000 195 148 000

28 994 705 164 048 639 193 043 344

136 Australia C o u n c il............................................ — 61 260 000 61 260 000

— 57 809 600 57 809 600

137 Australian Film Commission............................................ — 16 103 000 16 103 000

— 15 511 000 15 511 000

138 Australian Film, Television and Radio School . . . . — 8 854 000 8 854 000

— 8 957 000 8 957 000

139 Australian Heritage C o m m issio n................................... — 4 453 000 4 453 000

— 3 517 000 3 517 000

141 Australian National G a lle ry ............................................ — 17 193 000 17 193 000

— 16 539 000 16 539 000

142 Australian National Maritime Museum ...................... 9 465 000 2 118 000 11 583 000

5 080 854 2411 317 7 492 171

143 Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service . . . — 19 189 000 19 189 000

— 16 892 000 16 892 000

144 Australian Sports C om m ission........................................ — 42 346 000 42 346 000

— 24 403 000 24 403 000

145 Australian Tourist Commission........................................ — 37 700 000 37 700 000

— 38 165 000 38 165 000

147 Great Barrier Reef Marine Park A u th o rity ................. — 6 403 000 6 403 000

— 6 266 000 6 266 000

149 National Film and Sound A r c h i v e ............................... 4 526 000 2 160 000 6 686 000

4 917 465 2 633 322 7 550 787

150 National Library of A u s tr a lia ............................... — 28 404 000 28 404 000

— 27 441 000 27 441 000

151 National Museum of A u stralia........................................ — 3 720 000 3 720 000

— 2 791 547 2 791 547

152 Supervising Scientist and the Alligator Rivers Region Research In stitu te ......................................................... — 6 249 000 6 249 000

— 5 802 894 5 802 894

153 Antarctic Division ......................................................... 28 110 000 22 256 000 50 366 000

27 106 872 14 232 573 41 339 445

154 National Science and Technology C e n tr e ...................... 1 947 000 — 1 947 000

5 425 702 — 5425 702

155 National Capital Planning A u t h o r i t y .......................... 3 212 000 1 903 000 5 115 000

1 311 908 1 127 739 2439 647

T o t a l ...................................................................... 77 814 000 444 905 000 522 719 000

72 837 506 408 548 631 481 386 137

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1988-89

1989-90 -------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 135.—ADMINISTRATIVE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . .

$

30 554 000

$

29 493 240

$

28 994 705

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ........................................ 6 013 000 6828 056 3 976 695

3.—Sport and Recreation Program....................................... 2 472 000 2 172 000 2 086 905

4.—Tourism Program (including payments to relevant trust a c c o u n ts).................................................................. 1 970 000 4 633 000 4 046 665

5.—Arts Program (including payments to relevant trust a c c o u n ts ) .................................................................. 6 113 000 8 887 400 8 598 100

6.—Film and Television P r o g r a m ....................................... 61 288 000 76 478 000 76 478 000

7.—Cultural Heritage and Information Program (including payments to relevant trust a c c o u n t s ) .................. 1 161 000 1 044 000 1 009 689

8.—Natural Environment Program (including payments to relevant trust accounts) (net appropriation—see section 9 ) .................................................................. 39 734 000 45 903 000 11 931 428

9.—Conservation Program (including payments to relevant trust a c c o u n ts )......................................................... 2 209 000 1 970 000 1 969 821

10.—Territories Program (including payments to relevant trust accounts) (net appropriation—see section 9) 40 810 000 61 486 042 53 101 882

11.—Corporate Services and Information Co-ordination Program 01. Other services . 2 824 000 810 000 731 148

Payments under subsection 34a (1) of the Audit Act 1 9 0 1 ................. — 123 000 118 306

2 824 000 933 000 849 454

Total: Division 135 195 148 000 239 827 738 193 043 344

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1989-90 -

$

1988-89

Appropriation

$

Expenditure

$

Division 136.—AUSTRALIA COUNCIL 1.—For expenditure under the Australia Council Act 1975 61 260 000 57 809 600 57 809 600

Division 137.—AUSTRALIAN FILM COMMISSION L—For expenditure under the Australian Film Commission Act 1975 ........................................ 16 103 000 15 511 000 15 511 000

Division 138.—AUSTRALIAN FILM, TELEVISION AND RADIO SCHOOL I.—For expenditure under the Australian Film, Television and Radio School Act 1973 ............................... 8 854 000 8 957 000 8 957 000

Division 139.—AUSTRALIAN HERITAGE COMMISSION 1.—For expenditure under the Australian Heritage Com­ mission A ct 1975 ............................................ 4 453 000 3 517 000 3 517 000

Division 141.—AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL GALLERY 1.—For expenditure under the National Gallery Act 1975 17 193 000 16 539 000 16 539 000

Division 142.—AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 9 465 000 10 990 000 5 080 854

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ............................... 1 268 000 1 317 881 1 311 317

3.—National Maritime C o lle c tio n ...................... 850 000 1 100 000 1 100 000

■ Total: Division 142 11 583 000 13 407 881 7 492 171

Division 143.—AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE SERVICE 1.—For expenditure under the National Parks and Wildlife Conservation A ct 1975 ............................................ 19 189 000 16 892 000 16 892 000

Division 144.—AUSTRALIAN SPORTS COMMISSION 1.—For expenditure under the Australian Sports Commis­ sion A ct 1989 ......................................................... 42 346 000 24 403 000 24 403 000

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D e p a rtm e n t o f th e A rts, S p o r t, th e E n viron m en t, T o u rism a n d T e rrito rie s— c o n tin u ed

1988-89

1989-90 -------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 1 4 5 .-AUSTRALIAN TOURIST COMMISSION 1.—For expenditure under the Australian Tourist Commis­ sion Act 1987 .........................................................

$

37 700 000

$

38 165 000

$

38 165 000

Division 147.—GREAT BARRIER REEF MARINE PARK AUTHORITY 1.—For expenditure under the Great Barrier R eef Marine Park Act 1975 ......................................................... 6 403 000 6 266 000 6 266 000

Division 149.—NATIONAL FILM AND SOUND ARCHIVE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 4 526 000 4 924 000 4 917 465

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 637 000 213 532 212 470

3.—Other Services 01. Acquisitions and p re s e rv a tio n ................................... 1 523 000 2 421 000 2 420 852

Total: Division 149 6 686 000 7 558 532 7 550 787

Division 150.—NATIONAL LIBRARY OF AUSTRALIA 1.—For expenditure under the National Library Act 1960 28 404 000 27 441 000 27 441 000

Division 151.—NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AUSTRALIA L—For expenditure under the National Museum o f Aus­ tralia Act 1980 ......................................................... 3 720 000 2 795 000 2 791 547

Division 152.—THE SUPERVISING SCIENTIST AND THE ALLIGATOR RIVERS REGION RESEARCH INSTITUTE 1·—For expenditure under the Environment Protection

(Alligator Rivers Region) Act 1978 ...................... 6 249 000 5 804 000 5 802 894

Division 153.—ANTARCTIC DIVISION 1-—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 28 110 000 27 481 000 27 106 872

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 2211 000 1 033 120 905 303

Appropriation (No. 1) 1989-90

Department o f the Arts, Sport, the Environment,

No. , 1989

Tourism and Territories—

19

co n tinued

1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

3.—Other Services 01. Shipping, aircraft and stevedoring charges . . . .

Compensation and legal expenses...............................

$

20 045 000

$

14 257 000 58 000

$

13 286 256 41 014

20 045 000 14 315 000 13 327 270

Total: Division 153 50 366 000 42 829 120 41 339 445

Division 154.—NATIONAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTRE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 1 947 000 6 338 000 5 425 702

Division 155.—NATIONAL CAPITAL PLANNING AUTHORITY 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 3 212 000 1 845 000 1 311 908

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ........................................ 1 863 000 1 597 000 1 127 259

3.-—Other Services 01. Compensation and legal expenses............................... 40 000 10 000 480

Total: Division 155 5 115 000 3 452 000 2 439 647

Total: Department of the Arts, Sport, the Environ­ ment, Tourism and T e r r ito r ie s ...................... 522 719 000 537 512 871 481 386 137

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SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Running Other

Division Costs Services Total

$ $ $ II

165 A dm inistrative.................................................................. 107 427 000 92 599 000 200 026 000

1 10 531 935 66 380 918 176 912 853

166 Australian Bureau of Criminal In tellig en ce................. 3 186 000 705 000 3 891 000

2 731 385 594 798 3326 183

167 Australian Federal P o lic e ................................................ 170 255 000 31 865 000 202 120 000

154 589 625 22 318 590 176 908 215

168 Australian Institute of C rim inology............................... — 3 033 000 3 033 000

-- " 2 628 000 2 628 000

169 Australian Institute of Family S tu d ie s .......................... — 1 322 000 1 322 000

— 2 769 000 2 769 000

170 Australian Securities Commission................................... — 8 645 000 8 645 000

171 Australian Security Intelligence Organization . . . . — 59 478 000 59 478 000

— 3 9 4 1 9 1 8 9 3 9 4 1 9 1 8 9

1 7 3 Co-operative Companies and Securities Scheme . . . — 3 364 000 3 364 000

• -- 3 459 000 3 459 000

174 Cash Transaction Reports A g e n c y ............................... 4 686 000 749 000 5 435 000

452 957 336 813 789 770

176 High Court of A u s tr a lia ................................................ — 5 912 000 5 912 000

— 5 936 000 5 936 000

177 Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission . . 6 276 000 1 402 000 7 678 000

4 565 595 1 432 192 5 997 787

178 Law Reform Commission................................................ — 3 492 000 3 492 000

— 2 675 000 2 675 000

179 National Crime Authority ............................................ 23 703 000 4 203 000 27 906 000

21 009 767 3 305 863 24 315 630

180 Office of Parliamentary C o u n s e l................................... 2 542 000 1 601 000 4 143 000

2 146 609 852 350 2998 959

181 Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions . . . . 21 533 000 10 456 000 31 989 000

20 444 187 10 181 093 30 625 280

182 Trade Practices Commission............................................ 8 592 000 2 027 000 10 619 000

7 576 068 1 518 992 9 095 060

183 Family Court of Australia ............................................ 38 146 000 100 000 38 246 000

25 900 172 59 000 25 959 172

184 Federal Court of A u s tr a lia ............................................ 14 137 000 — 14 137 000

8 978 135 — 8 978 135

185 Administrative Appeals T rib u n a l................................... 8 585 000 — 8 585 000

4 786 352 — 4 786 352

186 Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory . . 2 563 000 — 2 563 000

1 688 960 — 1 688 960

187 Magistrates Court of the Australian Capital Territory 3 888 000 — 3 888 000

2 245 151 — 2 245 151

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SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Division

Running Costs

Other Services Total

f. $ $ $

188 Companies and Securities Advisory Committee . . . — 200 000 200 000

Data Protection A g e n c y ............................................ . — — —

Constitutional C o m m issio n ........................................ —

451 686 — 451 686

T o t a l.................................................................. . 415 519 000 231 153 000 646 672 000

368 098 584 163 866 798 531 965 379

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ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT

1988-89

1989-90 -------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 165.—ADMINISTRATIVE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 107 427 000 110 833 000 110 531 935

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ........................................ 44 480 000 33 106 582 32 863 949

3.—Other Services 01. Australian Organisations—G r a n ts ............................... 914 000 404 500 378 062

02. International bodies—Grants ................................... 333 000 333 000 253 104

03. Financial assistance towards legal costs and related expenses .................................................................. 1 078 000 1 577 000 1 542 740

04. Criminal Injuries C o m p e n s a tio n ............................... 850 000 850 000 357 789

05. Compensation and legal expenses . ........................... 3 774 000 3 649 500 3 625 792

06. Publication of Acts and Statutory R u l e s .................. 1 648 000 1 832 000 1 831 659

07. Standing Advisory Committee on Commonwealth/ State Co-operation for Protection against Viol­ ence-Operating expenses....................................... 2 403 000 2 305 000 2 294 948

08. Law Courts Limited—Contribution to operating ex­ penses and costs of Law L i b r a r y .......................... 1 786 000 1 774 000

li

1 773 999

09. Family Law C o uncil..................................................... 97 000 89 000 88 987

10. Marriage counselling organisations and related grants (including payments under the Family Law Act 1975 and the Marriage Act 1961) ...................... 9 601 000 7 561 000 7 561 000

11. Reimbursements to States for services under the Family Law Act 1975 ............................................ 18 220 000 11 459 000 10 836 944

12. Private legal practitioners—Payment in respect of legal aid s e r v i c e s ..................................................... 3 550 000 3 499 000 2967 355

13. Interim funding for the Australian Securities Commis­ sion pending appointment of initial Commissioners 3 865 000 Payments under subsection 34a (1) of the Audit Act 1 9 0 1 ........................................................................... — 10 000 4 590

48 119 000 35 343 000 33 516 969

Total: Division 165 200 026 000 179 282 582 176 912 853

Division 166.—AUSTRALIAN BUREAU OF CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE 1·—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 3 186 000 3 096 000 2 731 385

2.—Property Operating E x p e n se s........................................ 702 000 595 911 592 941

3.—Other Services 01. Compensation and legal expenses............................... 3 000 3 000 1 857

Total: Division 166 3 891 000 3 694 911 3 326 183

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23

1988-89

1989-90 — —------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 167.—AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL POLICE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . .

$

170 255 000

$

157 886 000

$

154 589 625

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ........................................ 28 464 000 17 387 025 17 004 389

3.—Other Services 01. United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus—Aus­ tralian Police U n it...............................

02. Central Fingerprint Bureau—Contribution towards administrative expenses...............................

03. International Police Commission—Membership . . 04. Scientific research ..........................

05. Superannuation p e n s io n s ...............................

06. Compensation and legal expenses...............................

Payments under subsection 34a ( 1) of the Audit Act 1 9 0 1 ................................................

323 000

245 000 397 000 55 000 60 000 2 321 000

323 000

485 000 397 000 55 000 60 000 4 490 000

2 700

295 242

193 064 355 683

59 199 4 408 319

2 694

3 401 000 5812 700 5 314 201

Total: Division 167 202 120 000 181 085 725 176 908 215

Division 168.—AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF CRIMINOLOGY 1·—For expenditure under the Criminology Research Act 1971—Recurrent e x p e n d itu re ............................... 3 033 000 2 628 000 2 628 000

Division 169.—AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF FAMILY STUDIES 1.—For expenditure under Part XIVa of the Family Law Act 1975—Recurrent expenditure ...................... 1 322 000 2 769 000 2 769 000

Division 170.—AUSTRALIAN SECURITIES COMMISSION 1.—For expenditure under the Australian Securities Com­ mission A ct 1988—Recurrent expenditure . . . 8 645 000 1 000 000

Division 171.—AUSTRALIAN SECURITY INTELLI­ GENCE ORGANIZATION (Recoveries and miscellaneous revenue may be credited to this D iv is io n ) .......................... 59 478 000 39 584 190 39 419 189

Division 173.—CO-OPERATIVE COMPANIES AND SECURITIES SCHEME 1·—For expenditure under the National Companies and Securities Commission A ct 1979—Recurrent ex­

penditure ........................................ 3 364 000 3 459 000 3 459 000

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1988-89

1989-90 -

$

Appropriation

$

Expenditure

$

Division 174.—CASH TRANSACTION REPORTS AGENCY 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 4 686 000 1 186 000 452 957

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 749 000 338 499 336 813

Total: Division 174 5 435 000 1 524 499 789 770

Division 176.—HIGH COURT OF AUSTRALIA 1.—For expenditure under the High Court o f Australia Act 1979—Recurrent exp en d itu re............................... 5 912 000 5 936 000 5 936 000

Division 177.—HUMAN RIGHTS AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 6 276 000 4 636 000 4 565 595

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 1 402 000 1 439 356 1 432 192

Total: Division 177 7 678 000 6 075 356 5 997 787

Division 178.—LAW REFORM COMMISSION 1.—For expenditure under the Law Reform Commission Act 1973—Recurrent expenditure ...................... 3 492 000 2 675 000 2 675 000

Division 179.—NATIONAL CRIME AUTHORITY 1·—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 23 703 000 21 958 000 21 009 767

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 4 203 000 3 322 414 3 305 863

Total: Division 179 27 906 000 25 280 414 24 315 630

Division 180.—OFFICE OF PARLIAMENTARY COUNSEL L—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 2 542 000 2 194 000 2 146 609

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 355 000 — —

3.—Other Services 01. Printing of Bills and related material ...................... 1 246 000 946 000 852 350

Total: Division 180 4 143 000 3 140 000 2 998 959

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Division 181.—OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS

1·—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9)

2.—Property Operating Expenses

3.—Other Services 01. Compensation and legal expenses..............................

Payments under subsection 34a (1 ) of the Audit Act 1 9 0 1 ..............................................................

Total: Division 181

Division 182.—TRADE PRACTICES COMMISSION 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . .

2. —Property Operating Expenses . .

3. —Other Services 01. Compensation and legal expenses

Total: Division 182

Division 183.—FAMILY COURT OF AUSTRALIA 1. —Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . .

2. —Other Services 01. Family law r e p o r t s .....................................................

Total: Division 183

Division 184.—FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . .

Division 185.—ADMINISTRATIVE APPEALS TRIBUNAL 1·—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9)

1080 ΟΠ

1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

21 533 000 20 485 000 20 444 187

6 053 000 5 889 115 5 859 111

4 403 000 4 250 000

76 000

4 245 687

75 629

4 403 000 4 326 000 4 321 316

31 989 000 30 700 115 30 625 280

8 592 000 7 668 000 7 576 068

1 268 000 703 634 700 128

759 000 819 000 818 864

10 619 000 9 190 634 9 095 060

38 146 000 25 901 000 25 900 172

100 000 59 000 59 000

38 246 000 25 960 000 25 959 172

14 137 000 8 979 000 8 978 135

8 585 000 4 787 000 4 786 352

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Appropriation Expenditure

Division 186.—SUPREME COURT OF THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . .

$

2 563 000

$

1 690 000

$

1 688 960

Division 187.—MAGISTRATES COURT OF THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 3 888 000 2 253 000 2 245 151

Division 188.—COMPANIES AND SECURITIES ADVISORY COMMITTEE 1.—For expenditure under the Australian Securities Com­ mission Act 1988—Recurrent expenditure . . . 200 000

DATA PROTECTION AGENCY Running C o s t s .................................................................. — 1 746 000 —

CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSION Running C o s t s .................................................................. — 467 000 451 686

Total: Attorney-General’s Department 646 672 000 543 907 426 531 965 379

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SERVICES AND HEALTH

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SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Running Other

Division Costs Services Total

$ $ $

200 A dm inistrative..................................................... . . . 214 517 000 1 092 070 000 1 306 587 000

243 628 296 944 388 774 1 188 017 070

201 Australian Institute of H e a l t h .......................... . . . -- 4 403 000 4 403 000

— 4 173 000 4 173 000

204 Health Insurance C om m ission.......................... . . . -- 167 323 000 167 323 000

— 130 381 000 130 381 000

T o t a l ......................................................... . . . 214 517 000 1 263 796 000 1 478 313 000

243 628 296 1 078 942 774 1 322 571 070

Department of Veterans’ Affairs 219 A dm inistrative..................................................... . . . 167 891 000 480 773 300 648 664 300

160 496 563 436 188 545 596 685 108

220 Other B e n e fits..................................................... — 581 812 700 581 812 700

— 546 690 654 546 690 654

221 Australian War M emorial................................... — 11 285 000 11 285 000

— 10 521 300 10 521 300

Defence Service Homes Corporation................. . . . -- — —

— 102 691 229 102 691 229

T o t a l ......................................................... . . 167 891 000 1 073 871 000 1 241 762 000

160 496 563 1 096 091 728 1 256 588 291

T o ta l...................................................................... . . . 382 408 000 2 337 667 000 2 720 075 000

404 124 859 2 175 034 502 2 579 159 361

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SERVICES AND HEALTH

1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 200.—ADMINISTRATIVE

$ $ $

1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 214 517 000 244 850 000 243 628 296

2. —Property Operating E x p e n s e s ..........................

3. —Other Services

43 056 000 31 239 996 30 920 263

01. Compensation and legal expenses...............................

02. Evaluation and support services for community wel-1 005 000 1 650 000 1 591 492

fare programs ......................................................... 934 000 1 054 000 523 823

03. Grants-in-aid..................................................................

04. Payments under subsection 34A(1) of the Audit Act 1 376 000 1 376 000 1 375 950

1 9 0 1 .......................................................................... 1 300 000 821 000 448 112

4.—Health Advancement

4 615 000 4 901 000 3 939 377

01. National Campaign Against Drug A b u s e .................

02. Contribution towards measures to combat the trans-11 226 000 9 755 000 9 754 536

mission of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome 16 516 000 12 517 000 12 516 808 03. International h e a l t h .....................................................

04. Health research (including payments to the Medical 7 268 000 7 151 000 6 509 010

Research Endowment F u n d )................................... 83 988 000 73 896 000 73 894 324

05. Public h e a lth .................................................................. 7 546 000 7 261 000 7 259 501

06. Family p l a n n i n g ......................................................... 12 142 000 11 493 000 11 493 000

07. Health prom otion......................................................... 19 881 000 17 191 000 16 988 220

08. Human q u a r a n t i n e ..................................................... 522 000 508 000 507 696

159 089 000 139 772 000 138 923 095

5. —Home and Community C a r e ............................................

6. —Residential Care for Older People (including payments

1 150 000 500 000 344 053

to relevant trust a c c o u n t s ) ...................................

7.—Assistance for People with Disabilities 01. Commonwealth Rehabilitation Service (for payment

171 030 000 130 921 000 117 105 110

to the Rehabilitation Service Trust Account) . . 48 157 000 47 023 000 47 023 000

02. Other . . . . 225 500 000 174 154 000 173 449 043

8.—Health Care Access 01. Payments to pharmacists for computerised transmis-

273 657 000 221 177 000 220 472 043

sion of pharmaceutical benefit c l a i m s ................. 139 000 132 000 101 058

02. Pathology laboraties—Operating expenses................. 20 000 6 794 000 6 210 151

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03. Commonwealth Serum Laboratories Commission— Reimbursement of the cost of operations under paragraph 19 (1) (b) of the Commonwealth Serum Laboratories Act 1 9 6 1 ............................................

04. Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia—Grant-in-aid ...............................................................................

05. Grants to service providers (including payments un­ der the Health Insurance Act 1 9 7 3 )......................

06. Financial support to in d iv id u a ls ...............................

07. Payments to pharamaceutical manufacturers of price p re m iu m s ..................................................................

9.—Housing and Crisis Accommodation 01. First Home Owners Scheme (for expenditure under the First Home Owners Act 1 9 8 3 ) ......................

02. Emergency r e l i e f .........................................................

03. Other (including payments to the Australian Housing Research Fund Trust Account and expenditure un­ der the Home Savings Grant Act 1976) . . . .

Crisis Accommodation (including payments to rele­ vant trust accounts) .................................................

10.—Services for Families with Children

Total: Division 200

Division 201.—AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF HEALTH 1.—For expenditure under the Australian Institute o f Health A ct 1987 ..................................................................

Division 204.—HEALTH INSURANCE COMMISSION 1.—For expenditure under the Health Insurance Commis­ sion A ct 1973 .........................................................

I Q f i O Ο Λ

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Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

29 434 000 16 659 000 16 648 000

10671 000 11 726 000 11 718 500

8 040 000 12 749 000 6 183 993

256 000 21 000 000 21 000 000

28 000 000 8 000 000 1 326 418

76 560 000 77 060 000 63 188 120

146 200 000 178 000 000 175 970 682

7 195 000 — —

310 000 310 000 303 029

- 748 000 538 404

153 705 000 179 058 000 176812 115

209 208 000 209 001 000 192 684 598

1 306 587 000 1 238 479 996 1 188 017 070

4 403 000 4 173 000 4 173 000

167 323 000 130 381 000 130 381 000

Total: Department of Community Services and Health 1 478 313 000 1 373 033 996 1 322 571 070

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DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS’ AFFAIRS

Division 219.—ADMINISTRATIVE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9)

2.—Property Operating Expenses

3.—Repatriation Hospitals (for payment to relevant Repa­ triation Hospital operations trust accounts) . . .

4.—Property Operating Expenses (for payment to relevant Repatriation Hospital operations trust accounts)

5.—Other Services 01. War Graves—Commemoration, care and maintenance 02. Returned Services League of Australia—Grants . . 03. Payments under subsection 34a (1) of the Audit Act

1 9 0 1 ..........................................................................

04. Medical examinations, fares and expenses of veterans and dependants.........................................................

05. Payments under subsections 3 (6) and (8) of the Repatriation Amendment Act 1982 and similar p a y m e n ts ..................................................................

06. Vietnam Veterans’ Association of Australia—Grant . 07. Compensation and legal expenses...............................

08. Compensation for certain ex-prisoners of war interned in German concentration c a m p s ..........................

09. Payments for home help services whether to a local government body or another person or organisation 10. Grants for home acquisition to eligible persons under the Defence Service Homes Act 1918 and related

expenses ..................................................................

11. Incentive payments to pharmacists for sample proc­ essing of veterans’ pharmaceutical claims . . . .

Total: Division 219

Division 220.—OTHER BENEFITS 01. Payments for veterans’ medical s e r v i c e s .................

02. Pharmaceutical services .................................................

03. Maintenance of patients in non-departmental institu­ tions ..........................................................................

04. Expenses of travelling for medical treatment . . .

1988-89

1989-90 --------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

167 891 000 163 985 100 160 496 563

37 787 000 25 756 652 25 625 382

396 836 000 374 339 000 374 338 770

37 152 000 25 729 110 25 307 406

4 109 200 46 000

4 267 000 48 000

3 893 144 43 271

35 300 64 300 46 884

3 293 800 3 749 500 2 927 731

210 000 5 000 586 000

418 000 5 000 3 444 300

160 690 5 000

3 092 083

100 000 140 000 30 000

583 000 767 500 583 184

10 000 150 000 135 000

20 000 20 000 —

8 998 300 13 073 600 10916 987

648 664 300 602 883 462 596 685 108

228 643 000 88 300 000 233 570 000 89 800 000

219 332 752 80 814 389

217 723 000 25 377 000 204 549 500 22 489 900

204 294 930 22 487 273

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1989-90 ------ -----------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

05. Veterans' children education........................................

06. Telephone rental concessions to pensioners (for pay-4 850 000 5 512 000 4 600 387

ment to the Australian Telecommunications Com­ mission) ...................................................................... 10 081 000 9 941 000 9 940 987

07. Medical re h a b ilita tio n ................................................

08. Payments to persons and organisations in respect of 5 852 700 5 070 100 4 553 723

agreed joint ventures for the care and welfare of veterans, war widows and d e p e n d a n ts ................. 986 000 947 000 666 213

Total: Division 220 581 812 700 571 879 500 546 690 654

Division 221.—AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL 1.—For expenditure under the Australian War Memorial Act 1980—Recurrent expenditure...................... 11 285 000 10 989 300 10 521 300

DEFENCE SERVICE HOMES CORPORATION Other Services Interest subsidy.................................................................. — 103 600 000 102 584 716

Compensation and legal expenses................................... — 178 500 106 513

— 103 778 500 102 691 229

Total: Department of Veterans’ A f f a ir s .................... 1 241 762 000 1 289 530 762 1 256 588 291

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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE

SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Division

Running Costs

Other Services Total

$ $ $

230 A dm inistrative.................................................................. 3 805 597 000 76 808 000 3 882 405 000

3 649 126 337 81 152 527 3 730 278 864

234 Equipment and S to r e s ..................................................... — 2 999 859 000 2 999 859 000

— 2 804 709 663 2 804 709 663

240 Defence C o -o p e ra tio n .................................................... — 74 195 000 74 195 000

— 60 595 582 60 595 582

241 Defence P ro d u ctio n ......................................................... — 56 677 000 56 677 000

— 125 649 497 125 649 497

242 Aerospace Technologies of Australia Pty Ltd . . . . — 20 166 000 20 166 000

— 21 190 000 21 190 000

243 Australian Defence Industries Pty L t d .......................... — 67 300 000 67 300 000

— 51 703 000 51 703 000

245 Defence Facilities............................................................. — 679 840 000 679 840 000

— 583 237 513 . 583 237 513

246 Defence H o u sin g ............................................................. — 230 134 000 230 134 000

— 195 487 206 195 487 206

Capital Advances and Loans — — —

— 2 106 000 2 106 000

Housing for Members of the Australian Defence Force— — — —

Advances to S t a t e s .....................................................

— 707 000 707 000

National Capital Development Commission.................. — — —

— 2 200 000 2 200 000

Total ................................................................. 3 805 597 000 4 204 979 000 8 010 576 000

3 649 126 337 3 928 737 988 7 577 864 325

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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE

Division 230.—ADMINISTRATIVE

$

Appropriation

$

Expenditure

$

1.—Running Costs . . . . 3 805 597 000 3 649 304 000 3 649 126 337

2.—Other Services 01. Grant to Royal United Services Institute of Australia 19 000 18 000 18 000

02. Payments to tertiary institutions and other bodies for defence science research . . 900 000 900 000 774 488

03. Payments under subsection 34A(i) of the Audit Act 1901 . . . . . . . . 98 000 220 135 220 1 34

04. Natural Disasters and Civil Defence Organisation— Assistance to the States, the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital T erritory...................... 4 814 000 4 835 000 4831 929

05. Woomera Village—Operating expenses (for payment to the Defence Support Centre, Woomera, Trust A c c o u n t) ............................... 7 045 000 6 400 000 6 400 000

06. Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders—Settlement of underpayments to World War II Servicemen 52 000 60 461 60 461

07. Compensation and legal expenses . . . . 35 191 000 42 459 000 42 437 611

08. Payments to the University of New South Wales for running costs of the University College at the Aus­ tralian Defence Force Academy . . . 26 505 000 24 097 000 24 097 000

09. Warnbro unexploded ordnance project—Payments to Western Australian Government . . 200 000 550 000 334 936

10. “Young Endeavour” program for youth . . . . 1 909 000 1 986 000 1 967 101

11. Returned Services League of Australia—Contribution to the Commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of the Gallipoli Landing ...................... 25 000

12. Study grants for historical research in fields designated by the Minister for D e fe n c e ..................

Hedley Bull Memorial Fund—Contribution . . . . 50 000 11 000 10 867

76 808 000 81 536 596 81 152 527

Total: Division 230 3 882 405 000 3 730 840 596 3 730 278 864

Division 234.—EQUIPMENT AND S T O R E S ................. 2 999 859 000 2 896 568 000 2 804 709 663

Division 240.—DEFENCE CO-OPERATION 74 195 000 60 605 174 60 595 582

Division 241.—DEFENCE PRODUCTION 1·—Munitions Production (including payments to relevant trust a ccou n ts)............................... 43 628 000 72 234 000 72 233 985

2.—Defence Aerospace (including payments to relevant trust a c c o u n ts)........................................ 6 883 000 9 418 000 6 837 098

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D ep a rtm en t o f D efence — continued

1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

3.—Shipbuilding (including payments to relevant trust ac­ counts) ...................................................................... 6 166 000 16 960 000 16 887 414

Employer costs for Commonwealth Superannuation Scheme members employed by Aerospace Technologies of Aus­ tralia Pty Ltd—For payment to the Commonwealth Superannuation Scheme Additional Contributions Trust

Fund................................................................................... 29 691 000 29 691 000

Total: Division 24! 56 677 000 128 303 000 125 649 497

Division 242.- AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGIES OF AUSTRALIA PTY LTD ..................................................... 20 166 000 21 190 000 21 190 000

Division 243. -AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE INDUSTRIES PTY L T D ............................................................................... 67 300 000 51 703 000 51 703 000

Division 245.—DEFENCE FACILITIES 1.—Construction, Acquisition and C on su ltan ts.................. 399 058 000 391 647 000 360 427 455

2.—Property Operations......................................................... 280 782 000 231 424 000 222 810 058

Total: Division 245 679 840 000 623 071 000 583 237 513

Division 246.—DEFENCE H O U S I N G ............................... 230 134 000 195 488 000 195 487 206

CAPITAL ADVANCES AND LOANS (for payments to relevant trust accounts) . . . — 2 106 000 2 106 000

Coder Control of Department of Community Services and Health

HOUSING FOR MEMBERS OF THE AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE FORCE- ADVANCES TO STATES . . . . — 707 000 707 000

Coder Control of Department of the Arts, Sport, the Environment, Tourism and Territories NATIONAL CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION For expenditure under the National Capital Development

Commission Act 1957 ............................................ — 7 700 000 2 200 000

Total: Department of D e f e n c e ....................................... 8 010 576 000 7 718 281 770 7 577 864 325

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DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING

SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Running Other

Division Costs Services Total

$ $ $

270 A dm inistrative............................................................. 406 733 600 1 759 071 900 2 165 805 500

394 755 585 1 521 758 301 1 916513 886

272 The Australian National U niversity............................... — 169 684 000 169 684 000

— 155 520 318 155 520 318

273 Australian Maritime College............................................ — 8 246 000 8 246 000

— 7 384 722 7384 722

274 Anglo-Australian Telescope B o a r d ............................... — 2 697 200 2 697 200

— 2 523 000 2 523 000

275 National Board of Employment, Education and Training 4 212 900 764 400 4 977 300

3 393 178 140 480 3 533 658

276 Canberra College of Advanced Education ................. — 25 018 000 25 018 000

277 Canberra Institute of the A r t s ....................................... — 4 080 000 4 080 000

Educational Services—Australian Capital Territory . . —

— 65 609 335 65 609 335

T o t a l ...................................................................... 410 946 500 1 969 561 500 2 380 508 000

398 148 763 1 752 936 156 2 151 084 919

Department of Aboriginal Affairs 290 A dm inistrative............................................................. 39 820 000 338 478 000 378 298 000

40 185 878 253 174 634 293 360 512

291 Aboriginal Development C o m m issio n .......................... — 80 136 000 80 136 000

— 108 693 400 108 693 400

292 Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies...................... — 4 488 000 4 488 000

— 4 414 000 4414000

T o t a l ...................................................................... 39 820 000 423 102 000 462 922 000

40 185 878 366 282 034 406 467 912

Total ............................................................................... 450 766 500 2 392 663 500 2 843 430 000

438 334 641 2 119218 190 2 557 552 831

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DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING

1988-89

iy

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 270.—ADMINISTRATIVE

$ $ $

1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 406 733 600 399 058 300 394 755 585

2. —Property Operating E x p e n s e s ..........................

3. —Assistance for Schools

80 060 000 72 120 688 69 552 030

01. Curriculum D evelopm ent............................................ 3 314 900 3 837 600 3 837 305

02. Grants for Aboriginal e d u c a tio n ............................... 6 135 700 6 108 200 5 933 828

4.—Assistance for Higher Education

9 450 600 9 945 800 9 771 133

01. Public Sector Management Study F u n d ................. 750 000 950 000 950 000

02. Grants for r e s e a r c h ..................................................... 62 387 200 51 319 800 50 714 602

03. Post-graduate s tu d e n ts ................................................ 29 600 000 24 719 000 23 628 532

04. International awards and exchanges.......................... 1 284 900 959 500 890 166

05. Overseas study grants for A b o rig in a ls......................

Non-State Tertiary Institutions—Payment of tuition 291 900 289 800 209 746

f e e s .......................................................................... — 304 300 139 954

5.—Skills Formation 01. TAPE Centre for Research and Development Ltd—

94 314 000 78 542 400 76 533 000

Commonwealth contribution................................... 448 000 434 300 434 300

02. Trade t r a i n i n g ............................................................. 129 335 000 139 372 000 134 774 625

03. Australian Traineeship S y s te m ................................... 51 600 000 45 200 000 40 726 368

04. Skills training . . . .

Australian Contemporary Music Development Com-33 542 800 24 850 800 20 950 050

p a n y ............................... — 300 000 300 000

6·—Special Employment, Education and Income Support 01. Training and employment assistance for disadvan-

214 925 800 210 157 100 197 185 343

taged jobseekers . . . 142 213 200 153 032 500 119 096 948

02. New Enterprise Incentive Scheme............................... 6 613 600 6 679 000 3 880 844

03. Aboriginal Enterprise Employment Assistance . . . 04. Living allowances for English as a Second Language courses at Technical and Further Education Insti-9 736 600 7 450 000 6 751 922

t u t i o n s ................. 4 007 000 3 400 000 3 354 979

05. Skillshare . . . 60 872 800 54 667 500 53 670 645

06. Age related student allowances (AUSTUDY) . . . 822 820 000 785 509 000 732 223 087

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1988-89

1989-90 ------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

07. Aboriginal study assistance scheme (ABSTUDY) . . 82 186 000 81 995 000 74 136 812 08. Assistance for isolated ch ild ren ............................... 17 340 000 26 918 000 21 469 743

09. Aboriginal Employment ................................... 85 991 600 68 736 000 65 947 841

1 231 780 800 1 188 387 000 1 080 532 821

7.—Labour Market Operation 01. Long-term unemployment strategy—Special industry officers ................................... 500 000 250 000 250 000

02. Mobility a s s is ta n c e .......................... 5 620 400 4 956 700 3870 616

03. Industry labour adjustment a s s is ta n c e ................. 6 033 000 18 425 200 11 835 981

12 153 400 23 631 900 15 956 597

8.—Other Services 01. Compensation and legal expenses............................... 644 800 1 682 000 1 480 685

02. National Policy on L a n g u a g e s.................. 12 755 300 14 825 000 14 359 632

03. Tertiary Education Program for Aborigines . . . . 13 288 600 12 534 900 11 898 394

04. Asian Studies Council—Project g r a n t s ...................... 371 500 340 200 340 106

05. Superannuation payments for former Commissioners of the Commonwealth Tertiary Education Commis-s i o n ......................................................... 33 000 33 000 28 928

06. Offshore administration of the Overseas Students pro-g r a m .............................................................. 1 197 000 1 306 000 611 598

07. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural > Organisation—Project g ra n ts ................................... 195 500 179 000 174 980

08. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Devel-opment—Project g ra n ts............................................ 22 600 20 700 14 935

09. Education research and e v a lu a tio n .......................... 1 747 300 1 334 700 979 235

10. Employment research and e v a lu a tio n ...................... 2 849 800 3 302 000 2 980 354

11. Youth Affairs grants and p u b l i c i t y .......................... 2 420 000 2 120 000 2 075 200

12. Grants-in-aid—Educational and research associations 1 430 500 1 390 600 1 003 786 13. Formal training allowance ............................... 79 431 400 57 687 000 36 279 544

116 387 300 96 755 100 72 227 377

Total: Division 270 2 165 805 500 2 078 598 288 1 916 513 886

Division 272.—THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY L—For expenditure under the Australian National Unirer-sity A ct 1946—Recurrent expenditure................. 169 684 000 170 060 000 155 520 318

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Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

Division 273.—AUSTRALIAN MARITIME COLLEGE 1.—For expenditure under the Maritime College Act 1978— Recurrent expenditure............................................ 8 246 000 8 381 000 7 384 722

Division 274.—ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN TELESCOPE BOARD 1.—For expenditure under the Anglo-Australian Telescope Agreement Act 1970 ................................................ 2 697 200 2 523 000 2 523 000

Division 275.—NATIONAL BOARD OF EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING 1.— Running C o s t s ................................................................. 4 212 900 3 739 400 3 393 178

2.—Grants for Innovative P rojects....................................... 764 400 500 000 140 480

Total: Division 275 4 977 300 4 239 400 3 533 658

Division 276.—CANBERRA COLLEGE OF ADVANCED EDUCATION 1.—For expenditure under the Canberra College o f Ad­ vanced Education Act 1967—Recurrent expendi­

ture .......................................................................... 25 018 000

Division 277.—CANBERRA INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS 1.—For expenditure under the Canberra Institute o f the Arts Ordinance 198S—Recurrent expenditure . . 4 080 000

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1989-90 ----------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES—AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Non-Government Schools—General recurrent grants (for payment to the Australian Capital Territory Trust

$ $ $

A c c o u n t)..................................................................

Specific Purpose Programs (for payment to the Austra-25 298 000 25 064 526

lian Capital Territory Trust A cco u n t)................. Higher Education (for payment to the Australian Cap-3 114 000 2 509 162

ital Territory Trust A c c o u n t)...............................

Government Schools—General recurrent grants (for payment to the Australian Capital Territory Trust

37 603 000 31 197 237

A c c o u n t)..................................................................

Technical and Further Education (for payment to the 5 282 000 5 281 410

Australian Capital Territory Trust Account) . . — 1 557 000 1 557 000

— 72 854 000 65 609 335

Total: Department of Employment, Education and T ra in in g ............................................................ 2 380 508 000 2 336 655 688 2 151 084 919

:

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DEPARTMENT OF ABORIGINAL AFFAIRS

1988-89

1989-90 -------------- --------------------------- --

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

Division 290.—ADMINISTRATIVE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 39 820 000 41 496 300 40 185 878

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 6 670 000 4 219 593 4 186 649

3.—Other Services 01. Conferences, meetings and consultations—Expenses . 1 389 300 1 506 000 1 396 193

02. National Consultative Program ...................................

03. Support for Aboriginal hostels (including payments to 400 000 2 600 000 202 065

Aboriginal Hostels L im ite d )................................... 20 730 400 20 522 300 20 522 300

04. Aboriginal Land Commissioner (Northern Terri-tory)—Operating expenses ................................... 762 700 608 000 600 750

05. Public awareness program ............................................ 1 873 000 2 654 000 2 253 997

06. Special program consultants....................................... 3 085 600 1 836 100 825 404

07. Compensation and legal expenses...............................

08. Payments to Telecom for broadcasting to remote 200 000 390 000 238 651

Aboriginal communities............................................

Payments in respect of the Aboriginal Corporation of 1 300 000 1 010 000 1 010 000

the National Aboriginal Conference for those out­ standing liabilities on liquidation accepted for pay­ ment by the Commonwealth................................... 15 000 6 932

Torres Strait Islands—Provision of transport facilities — 338 800 32 833

29 741 000 31 480 200 27 089 125

4.—Grants for Aboriginal A dvancem ent............................... 168 113 000 129 300 000 123 066 534

5.—Community Development Employment Program 01. Payments to Aboriginal communities ...................... 97 804 200 73 160 400 73 101 475

02. Operational and equipment c o s t s ...............................

03. Community development employment projects sup-19 560 800 14 594 500 14 582 892

port p r o g r a m s ......................................................... 16 589 000 11 148 000 11 147 959

133 954 000 98 902 900 98 832 326

Total: Division 290 378 298 000 305 398 993 293 360 512

Division 291.—ABORIGINAL DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION 1·—For payment to the Aboriginal Entitlement Capital Ac-count—General Fund ............................................ 80 136 000 108 693 400 108 693 400

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1988-89

1989-90 --------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

Division 292.—AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ABORIGINAL STUDIES 1.—For expenditure under the Australian Institute o f Aboriginal Studies Act 1964—Recurrent expendi­

ture ........................................................................... 4 488 000 4 414 000 4 414 000

Total: Department of Aboriginal A ffa ir s.................... 462 922 000 418 506 393 406 467 912

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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Division

Running Costs

Other Services Total

$ $ $

304 A dm inistrative............................................................. . 48 130 000 48 717 000 96 847 000

45 492 749 54 260 235 99 752 984

305 Australian Audit Office................................................ . 29 185 000 6 375 000 35 560 000

27 270 419 4 366 284 31 636 703

306 Australian Government Retirement Benefits Office . 17 923 000 2 423 000 20 346 000

13 691 877 310 365 14 002 242

T o ta l...................................................................... 95 238 000 57 515 000 152 753 000

86 455 045 58 936 884 145 391 929

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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

1988-89

$

Appropriation

$

Expenditure

$

Division 304.—ADMINISTRATIVE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 48 130 000 46 459 178 45 492 749

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ...................... 8 492 000 2 736 784 2 708 446

3.—Other Services .

01. Compensation and legal expenses.................. 170 000 171 000 170 909

02. South Australia and Tasmania—Pensions for former State railways’ em ployees.......................... 37 100 000 39 091 200 39 091 159

03. Interest at 33% per annum on the value of properties transferred to the Commonwealth but excluded from the Financial A g re e m e n t.......................... 2 000 2 000 1 304

04. Pensions to former officers or their dependants . . 40 000 37 000 36 390

05. Exchange adjustments (exchange gains may be cred­ ited to this i t e m ) ................................... 100 000 467 000 438 275

06. Payments under subsection 34a (1) of the Audit Act 1 9 0 1 ............................................ 43 000 51 000 41 809

07. Loan servicing—Loans of Canberra Commercial De­ velopment A u th o rity ................................... . 2 763 000 11 780 000 11 770 592

08. Interest on trustee moneys (for payment to the Def­ ence Service Homes Insurance Trust Account) . . 4 000 1 000

09. Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders—War gratuities 3 000 2 000 1 351

40 225 000 51 602 200 51 551 789

Total: Division 304 96 847 000 100 798 162 99 752 984

Division 305.—AUSTRALIAN AUDIT OFFICE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 29 185 000 27 355 000 27 270 419

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ............................... 6 372 000 4 309 607 4 288 138

3.—Other Services 01. Compensation and legal expenses...................... 3 000 182 000 78 146

, Total: Division 305 35 560 000 31 846 607 31 636 703

Division 306.—AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT RETIREMENT BENEFITS OFFICE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 17 923 000 13 695 000 13 691 877 2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ............................... 2 201 000 4 423 4 400

3.—Other Services 01. Compensation and legal expenses............................... 34 000 111 000 106 760

02. Payments under subsection 34α (1) of the Audit Act 1 9 0 1 ................................................ 188 000 200 000 199 205

222 000 311 000 305 965

Total: Division 306 20 346 000 14 010 423 14 002 242

Total: Department of F in a n c e .................................... 152 753 000 146 655 192 145 391 929

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ADVANCE TO THE MINISTER FOR FINANCE

1988-89

1989-90 --------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

Division 310.—ADVANCE TO THE MINISTER FOR FINANCE To enable the Minister for Finance: (a) to make advances that will be recovered during the

financial year, in respect of expenditure that is ex­ penditure for the ordinary annual services of the Government; (b) to make money available for expenditure:

(i) that the Minister for Finance is satisfied is ex­ penditure that is urgently required and: (A) was unforeseen until after the last day on which it was practicable to include appro­

priation for that expenditure in the Bill for this Act before the introduction of that Bill into the House of Representatives; or (B) was erroneously omitted from, or under­ stated in, the Bill for this Act; and (ii) particulars of which will afterwards be submitted to the Parliament; being expenditure for the ordinary annual services of the Government; and (c) to make money available for expenditure, being ex­ penditure for the ordinary annual services of the Gov­ ernment, pending authorisation under section 32 of the Audit Act 1901 of that expenditure...................... 170 000 000 170 000 000 *

* Expenditure is shown under the appropriation to which it has been charged.

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DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE

SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Division

Running Costs

Other Services Total

$ $ $

315 A dm inistrative................. 293 946 000

268 519 122 81 624 000 65 008 180 375 570 000

333 527 302

316 Australia-Japan Foundation 570 200

509 623

978 800 970 258

1 549 000 1 479 881

317 Australian International

B u r e a u ..........................

Development Assistance 26 419 000 24 144 680 1 008 887 000 926 030 473

1 035 306 000 950 175 153

318 Australian Secret Intelligence Service . . — 19 383 000

17 588 137 19 383 000 17 588 137

319 Australian Centre for

R e s e a r c h ......................

International Agricultural — 17 400 000

15 600 000 17 400 000 15 600 000

T o t a l...................... 320 935 200

293 173 425 1 128 272 800 1 025 197 048 1 449 208 000

1 318 370 473

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1988-89

1989-90 -------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 315.—ADMINISTRATIVE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) .

$

. 293 946 000

$

271 502 000

$

268 519 122

2.— Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 11 250 200 2 353 016 2 334 011

3.—Other Services 01. Special visits p r o g r a m ................................................ 584 800 535 500 494 106

02. Destitute Australians abroad—Relief including fu-neral e x p e n s e s ......................................................... 97 000 119 368 119 367

03. Australia Abroad Program ....................................... 2 275 200 2 083 500 2 083 500

04. Local government non-beneficial rates on diplomatic and consular properties in A u stra lia ...................... 161 000 134 100 134 100

05. Diplomatic and consular missions—Compensation . 3 000 5 100 5 100

06. Communications and Technical S e rv ic e s .................. 8 516 700 7 196 000 7 074 999

07. Trade Facilitation F u n d ............................................ 351 700 322 100 322 090

08. Compensation and legal expenses............................... 189 700 556 157 556 062

09. Overseas Publicity......................................................... 1 883 900 1 725 100 1 722 512

10. Protective Security S e rv ic e s....................................... 5 467 800 5 819 000 5 659 001

11. Interest on overseas bank overdrafts.......................... 200 000 82 038 81 767

19 730 800 18 577 963 18 252 604

4.—Grants and Contributions 01. International Labour Organization .......................... 4 307 000 3 718 300 3 718 054

02. General Agreement on Tariffs and T ra d e .................. 688 600 673 000 662 377

03. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization . 6 456 100 6 336 000 5 659 990

04. United N atio n s............................................................. 15 638 800 15 026 000 13 500 302

05. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural O rganization............................................................. 5 057 000 5 076 000 4 628 829

06. International Atomic Energy A g e n c y ...................... 3 025 600 2 752 900 2 752 865

07. International Maritime Organization.......................... 152 800 152 800 149 010

08. Bureau of Permanent Court of Arbitration . . . . 6 500 7 000 6 626

09. United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus . . . 133 400 125 000 124 797

10. Organization for Economic Co-operation and Devel-o p m e n t...................................................................... 3 337 000 3 890 000 3 174 650

11. International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, Rome . . . 52 400 51 000 45 196

12. United Nations Disengagement Observer Force . . 759 900 741 000 683 726

13. United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon . . . . 3 000 300 2 827 600 2 827 495

14. Commonwealth S e c r e ta r ia t....................................... 1 393 100 1 288 000 1 272 702

15. United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination ............................................ 3 000 4 000 2 524

16. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization— Regional Animal Production and Health Commis­ sion for Asia, the Far East and the South West P a c i f i c .......................... 8 400 8 000 7 943

17. International Commission of J u r is ts .......................... 20 000 19 000 17 480

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18. Indonesia Project—The Australian National Univer­ sity ...........................................................................

19. Commonwealth Small States office—New York . . 20. United Nations Association of A u s tr a lia .................

21. Australian Institute of International Affairs . . . . 22. Australia-New Zealand Foundation (for payment to the Australia-New Zealand Foundation Trust Ac­ count) ......................................................................

23. Australia-China Council (for payment to the Aus-tralia-China Council Trust Account) ..................

24. The Australian National University—Australia/Japan and Western Pacific Economic Relations Research Project ......................................................................

25. Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living R e s o u rc e s .....................................................

26. Peace and Disarmament Activities—Contribution . . 27. National Pacific Cooperation Committee—Contribu­ tion ...........................................................................

28. Human Rights F u n d .....................................................

29. Secretariat to Minerals and Energy Forum of the Pacific Economic Cooperation Conference . . . 30. Subsidy towards travelling expenses for teams partic­ ipating in the Jessup International Law Moot Court

C o m p e titio n .............................................................

31. Centre for the Study of Australian-Asian Relations . 32. United Nations Conference on Trade and Develop­ ment ...........................................................................

33. Commonwealth F o u n d atio n ........................................

34. Pacific Economic Cooperation Conference—Contri­ bution ......................................................................

35. United Nations I ran/Iraq Military Observer Group . 36. United Nations Angola Verification Mission (Verifi­ cation of Cuban Troop withdrawal)—Contribution

Total: Division 315

Division 316.—AUSTRALIA-JAPAN FOUNDATION 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9)

1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

130 000 130 000 130 000

300 000 300 000 300 000

60 000 55 000 55 000

70 000 70 000 70 000

105 000 105 000 105 000

686 000 686 000 686 000

100 000 100 000 100 000

99 000 103 036 103 035

585 300 400 000 400 000

90 000 90 000 90 000

40 000 40 000 39 564

94 000 94 000 94 000

10 000 6 000 6 000

95 000 95 000 95 000

1 087 200 1 438 000

365 800 331 400 331 321

26 700 28 000 25 173

2 445 900 2 460 601 2 369 327

213 200 201 000 187 579

50 643 000 49 428 637 44 421 565

375 570 000 341 861 616 333 527 302

570 200 571 900 509 623

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D e p a rtm e n t o f F oreign A ffa irs a n d T ra d e— c o n tin u e d

1988-89

1989-90 -------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

2.—Other Services 01. Australia-Japan Foundation (for payment to the Austraiia-Japan F u n d ) ............................................

02. Compensation and legal expenses..............................

968 000 10 800

968 000 10 300

968 000 2 258

978 800 978 300 970 258

Total: Division 316 1 549 000 1 550 200 1 479 881

Division 317.—AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE BUREAU 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 26 419 000 24 204 000 24 144 680

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 3 657 000 2 835 884 2 821 758

3.—Papua New Guinea Special Programs 01. Budget s u p p o rt.............................................................

02. Overseas officers of former administrations and Aus­ tralian Staffing Assistance Group—Termination payments and retirement b e n e fits..........................

275 000 000

15 100 000

275 000 000

14 620 000

275 000 000

14 499 165

290 100 000 289 620 000 289 499 165

4.—Country Programs 01. Papua New Guinea and South Pacific programs . . 02. South-East Asia program s............................................

03. Other regions .............................................................

104 600 000 137 600 000 124 700 000

103 479 000 135 702 000 106 237 000

103 423 412 129 794 097 106 038 429

366 900 000 345 418 000 339 255 938

5.—Cross-Regional Programs 01. Support program s.........................................................

02. Contribution towards the education within Australia of students from developing c o u n tr ie s .................

8 500 000

67 500 000

7 530 000

80 219 000

7 529 805

80 219 000

76 000 000 87 749 000 87 748 805

6.—Emergency and Refugee Programs 01. Emergency a i d .............................................................

02. Refugee relief programs ............................................

9 500 000 45 700 000

9 650 000 39 339 000

9 649 899 39 338 817

55 200 000 48 989 000 48 988 716

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1988-89

1989-90 --------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

7.—International Organisations 01. United Nations development organisations . . . . 02. Commonwealth development organisations . . . . 03. International development and research organisations

69 000 000 11 900 000 12 300 000

66 000 000 10 800 000 11 165 000

65 980 301 10 798 088 11 128 447

93 200 000 87 965 000 87 906 836

8.—Community and Commercial Programs 01. Voluntary organisations................................................

02. Development education and public information . . 03. Development Import Finance F a c ility ......................

04. Academic and research p ro g ram s...............................

05. Trade development p r o g r a m s ...................................

14 500 000 530 000 93 300 000 11 200 000

4 300 000

12 360 000 500 000 42 930 000 10 000 000

4 180 000

12 359 975 499 829 42 929 694 9 852 247

4 167 510

123 830 000 69 970 000 69 809 255

Total: Division 317 1 035 306 000 956 750 884 950 175 153

Division 318.—AUSTRALIAN SECRET INTELLIGENCE SERVICE (Recoveries and miscellaneous revenue may be credited to this D ivision)......................................................... 19 383 000 17 588 137 17 588 137

Division 319.—AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH (for payment to the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research Trust F u n d ) ........................................ 17 400 000 15 600 000 15 600 000

Total: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade . . 1 449 208 000 1 333 350 837 1 318 370 473

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DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION, LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND ETHNIC AFFAIRS

SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Division

Running Costs

Other Services Total

$ $ $

360 A dm inistrative......................................................... . . 145 886 000 131 223 000 277 109 000

128 474 313 101 473 924 229 948 237

361 Albury-Wodonga Development Corporation . . . . . -- 350 000 350 000

— 450 000 450 000

T otal........................................................................... . . 145 886 000 131 573 000 277 459 000

128 474 313 101 923 924 230 398 237

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DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION, LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND ETHNIC AFFAIRS

1988-89

1989-90 --------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 360.—ADMINISTRATIVE

$ $ $

1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 145 886 000 130 727 500 128 474 313

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ................................... 30 972 000 16 482 998 14719 121

3,—Other Services 01. Joint Commonwealth/State Research Program (for payment to the Australian Population and Migra­ tion Research Trust A c c o u n t) ............................... 50 000 50 000 50 000

02. Voluntary agencies and community groups—Expenses associated with refugees............................... 1 308 000 1 198 000 1 078 137

03. Intergovernmental Committee for Migration— C on trib u tio n ................................................ 595 000 576 000 470 484

04. Maintenance of unattached refugee children . . . . 05. National Accreditation Authority for Translators and 268 000 257 000 126 249

Interpreters—Contribution........................................ 319 000 335 000 334 572

06. Accommodation and services for refugees and mi-grants at migrant centres and flats.......................... 5 176 000 5 271 000 4 967 082

07. Payments under subsection 34A(1) of the Audit Act 1 9 0 1 ................................... 5 000 5 000 —

08. Compensation and legal expenses.......................... 202 000 665 000 653 493

09. Local Government Development Program . . . . 10. Local Government Scholarships Scheme—Canberra 2 150 000 2 000 000 1 999 186

College of Advanced Education...............................

Supervision and welfare support for refugee minors 57 000 57 000 57 000

without parents in Australia—Australian Capital T e r r i t o r y ............................................ 5 000 _

10 130 000 10 419 000 9 736 203

4.—Embarkation and Passage Costs 01. Refugee, humanitarian and assisted movements—Pas­ sage and associated c o s t s ................................... 5 778 000 6 214 000 4 066 730

5.—Adult Migrant Education 01. Adult Migrant Education P r o g r a m ...................... 71 573 000 61 992 000 61 980 625

6.—Grants-in-Aid 01. Assistance for migrant community development and w e lf a r e ...................................................................... 12 770 000 11 431 000 10971 245

Total: Division 360 277 109 000 237 266 498 229 948 237

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1988-89

1989-90 -------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

Division 3 6 1 ALBURY-WODONGA DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 1.—For Expenditure under the Albury-Wodonga Develop­ ment Act 1973—Recurrent expenditure . . . . 350 000 450 000 450 000

Total: Department of Immigration Local Government and Ethnic A f f a ir s ........................................... 277 459 000 237 716 498 230 398 237

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Division 1 ,

Running Costs

Other Services Total

$ $ $

365 A dm inistrative.................................................................. 37 380 000 18 302 000 55 682 000

36 735 209 8 709 037 45 444 246

366 Affirmative Action A g e n c y ............................................ 1 403 000 240 000 1 643 000

!

1 019 428 247 667 1 267 095

367 Australian Trade Union Training A uthority................. 8 867 000 8 867 000

— 8 747 000 8 747 000

368 Australian Industrial R e g is tr y ........................................ 23 716 000 8 429 000 32 145 000

20 988 361 8 963 476 29 951 837

369 National Occupational Health and Safety Commission 19 291 000 19 291 000

— 17 720 000 17 720 000

370 Remuneration Tribunal..................................................... 503 000 246 000 749 000

545 990 250 096 796 086

371 Commission for the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compen-sation of Commonwealth Employees.......................... — 163 328 000 163 328 000

— 98 578 678 98 578 678

T o t a l...................................................................... 63 002 000 218 703 000 281 705 000

59 288 988 143 215 954 202 504 942

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1988-89

1989-90 -

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

Division 365.—ADMINISTRATIVE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 37 380 000 37 417 800 36 735 209

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 7 803 000 6 128 170 6 087 178

3.—Other Services 01. Workplace Reform P rogram ....................................... 9 493 000 2 274 000 2 139 653

02. Compensation and legal expenses............................... 556 000 549 800 130 748

03. Assistance for union restructuring............................... 450 000 200 000 —

Compensation pursuant to the ‘Building Industry Code of Conduct’ for losses caused by industrial action in the building in dustry............................................ — 352 000 351 458

10 499 000 3 375 800 2 621 859

Total: Division 365 55 682 000 46 921 770 45 444 246

Division 366.—AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AGENCY 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 1 403 000 1 229 500 1 019 428

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 240 000 248 906 247 667

Total: Division 366 1 643 000 1 478 406 1 267 095

Division 367.—AUSTRALIAN TRADE UNION TRAINING AUTHORITY L—For expenditure under the Trade Union Training Authority Act 1975—Recurrent expenditure . . . 8 867 000 8 747 000 8 747 000

Division 368.—AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIAL REGISTRY 1·—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 23 716 000 21 258 800 20 988 361

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 8 429 000 8 979 260 8 934 528

Other Services Compensation and legal expenses....................................... — 37 000 28 948

Total: Division 368 32 145 000 30 275 060 29 951 837

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1988-89

1989-90 ---------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

Division 369.—NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMISSION 1.—For expenditure under the National Occupational Health and Safety Commission Act 1985—Recurrent

exp en d itu re............................................................. 19 291 000 17 866 000 17 720 000

Division 370.—REMUNERATION TRIBUNAL 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 503 000 549 100 545 990

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ........................................ 246 000 251 347 250 096

Total: Division 370 749 000 800 447 796 086

Division 371.—COMMISSION FOR THE SAFETY, REHABILITATION AND COMPENSATION OF COMMONWEALTH EMPLOYEES 1.—For expenditure under the Commonwealth Employees’

Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988—Re­ current expenditure................................................ 163 328 000 108 423 046 98 578 678

Total: Department of Industrial Relations 281 705 000 214 511 729 202 504 942

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY, TECHNOLOGY AND COMMERCE

SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Division

Running Costs

Other Services Total

$ $ $

380 A dm inistrative............................................................. . 53 208 600 145 897 500 199 106 100

48 749 853 169 592 094 218 341 947

381 Australian Customs S e rv ic e ....................................... . 207 637 000 44 612 000 252 249 000

204 833 379 36 379 622 241 213 001

382 Australian Institute of Marine S cience...................... — 11 090 700 11 090 700

— 10 230 000 10 230 000

383 Australian Nuclear Science and Technology O rganisation............................................................. . --- 45 770 700 45 770 700

— 44 510 700 44 510 700

384 Australian Trade C om m ission ................................... — 266 493 000 266 493 000

— 297 067 000 297 067 000

385 Automotive Industry Authority ............................... . 990 100 9 500 000 10 490 100

975 494 8 449 575 9 425 069

386 Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research O rganisation............................................................. — 362 966 300 362 966 300

' -- 330 078 500 330 078 500

387 Australian Manufacturing Council Secretariat . . . . 2 631 900 — 2 631 900

2 521 946 — 2 521 946

388 National Standards C o m m issio n ............................... — 1 256 300 1 256 300

— 1 312 400 1 312 400

389 Patent, Trade Marks and Designs O ffic e .................. . 29 467 900 4 367 000 33 834 900

27 705 838 1 773 821 29 479 659

390 Anti-Dumping A u th o rity ............................................ . 782 000 — 782 000

542 681 — 542 681

391 Textiles, Clothing and Footwear Development A u th o rity .................................................................. . 1 069 000 10 000 000 11 069 000

1 013 138 7 249 858 8 262 996

T o ta l.................................................................. . 295 786 500 901 953 500 1 197 740 000

286 342 329 906 643 570 1 192 985 899

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY, TECHNOLOGY AND COMMERCE

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Division 380.—ADMINISTRATIVE 1. —Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9)

2. —Property Operating E x p e n s e s ......................

3.—Bounty and Subsidy Assistance 01. Bounty and advances on account of bounty under the Bounty fBooks) Act 1986 ........................................

02. Bounty and advances on account of bounty under the Bounty (Bed Sheeting) Act 1977 ..........................

03. Bounty and advances on account of bounty under the Bounty (Commercial Motor Vehicles) Act 1978 . 04. Subsidy and advances on account of subsidy under the Subsidy (Grain Harvesters and Equipment)

Act 1985 ..................................................................

05. Bounty and advances on account of bounty under the Bounty (Metal-working Machines and Robots) Act 1985 ...........................................................................

06. Bounty and advances on account of bounty under the Bounty (Ship Repair) Act 1986 ..........................

07. Subsidy and advances on account of subsidy under the Subsidy (Cultivation Machines and Equip­ ment) Act 1986 .........................................................

08. Bounty and advances on account of bounty under the Bounty (Injection-moulding Equipment) Act 1979 Subsidy and advances on account of subsidy under the Fertilisers Subsidy Act 1986 ..........................

4.—Assistance for Industry Research and Development 01. Building Research (for payment to the Building Re­ search Trust A c c o u n t) ............................................

02. Industrial Research and Development Incentives Act 1976—Project g ra n ts ................................................

03. Industrial Research and Development Incentives Act 1976—Public interest p r o j e c t s ...............................

04. Payments under the Industry Research and Devel­ opment Act 1986 .....................................................

05. National Procurement Development Program . . . Industrial Research and Development Incentives Act 1976—Commencement g r a n t s ...............................

i 060 tin

1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

53 208 600 49 479 900 48 749 853

9 571 000 9 559 294 9 465 983

21 687 300 25 825 400 25 512 027

3 000 000 1 200 000 1 132 939

102 000 999 100 968 610

676 300 6 030 000 2 560 473

14 482 300 15 826 000 15 518 594

721 500 3 254 000 3 199 070

1 359 700 13 065 000 12 028 735

148 700 188 200 149 433

— 13 000 000 12 646 635

42 177 800 79 387 700 73 716 516

250 000 250 000 250 000

700 000 4 600 000 2 755 144

37 000 387 000 324 651

38 309 000 33 429 000 31 822 845

6 430 000 3 900 000 3 900 000

— 80 000 79 915

45 726 000 42 646 000 39 132 555

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1988-89

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Appropriation Expenditure

5.—Industry Assistance Program

$ $ $

01. Heavy Engineering Industry Program—Development a ssista n c e .................................................................. 6 000 000 19 760 000 13 321 746

02. Heavy Engineering Industry Program—Interest sub-s i d y .......................................................................... 6 040 000 3 870 000 3 870 000

03. National Industry Extension Service..........................

04. Malaria Joint Venture—For expenditure under the 5 553 200 5 278 500 5 244 077

national interest provisions of the Australian In­ dustry Development Corporation Act 1970 . . . 950 000 1 155 000 1 151 487

05. National Space P r o g r a m ............................................ 4 444 300 5 446 100 5 430 475

06. Technology Development P ro g ram s.......................... 3 295 000 1 390 000 1 084 498

07. Information Industries Strategy................................... 2 100 000 1 850 000 1 849 953

28 382 500 38 749 600 31 952 236

6.—Other Services 01. Compensation and legal expenses...............................

02. Australian Uniform Building Regulations Co-ordinat-79 600 205 700 126 921

ing Council (for payment to the Australian Uni­ form Building Regulations Co-ordinating Council Research Fund Trust A ccount)............................... 75 000 75 000 75 000

03. James Cook Cyclone Structural Testing Station— C ontribution....................................... 50 000 50 000 50 000

04. Housing Costs Reduction P r o g r a m ..........................

05. International Science and Technology Co-operation 3 710 000 375 000 373 892

P ro g ra m s ................. 4 056 500 977 800 973 374

06. Contribution towards internationally funded projects (for payment to the Industry, Technology and Commerce—Projects for Other Governments and International Bodies Trust A cco u n t)...................... 180 000 220 000 220 000

07. Association for Science Co-operation in Asia—Meet-ings and s e m in a rs .................................................... 32 600 14 700 14 482

08. Science Innovation Programs ...................................

09. Australian Trade Commission—National interest 591 700 516 600 519 859

claims . . . 5 900 000 14 000 000 8 395 036

10. Payment to the Australia/Japan Joint Feasibility Study into the Multifunction Polis Proposal Trust Account . . . 885 000 100 000 100 000

Payments under subsection 34a (1) of the Audit Act 1901 . . . . — 1 4 9 5 0 0 1 4 9 1 4 0

1 5 5 6 0 4 0 0 1 6 6 8 4 3 0 0 1 0 9 9 7 7 0 4

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1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

7.—Grants-in-Aid

$ $ $

01. Support for industry service organisations................. 02. Australian Fire Protection Association—

4 449 800 4 297 100 4 297 100

C on trib u tio n ................................................ 30 000 30 000 30 000

4 479 800 4 327 100 4 327 100

Total: Division 380

Division 381.—AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMS SERVICE

199 106 100 240 833 894 218 341 947

1—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 207 637 000 206 871 813 204 833 379

2. —Property Operating E x p e n s e s ..........................

3. —Other Services

27 330 000 19 420 568 19 171 743

01. Compensation and legal expenses............................... 1 760 000 2 962 000 2 770 731

02. Customs Co-operation Council—Contribution . . . 03. Remission and reimbursement of duties and taxes— 150 000 176 000 175 477

Diplomatic, consular, charitable and other bodies . 700 000 740 000 693 258

04. Coastal su rv eillan ce.....................................................

Sale of Petroleum Products (Northern Territory)— 14 672 000 13 719 687 12 252 111

Financial a s s is ta n c e ................................................

Payments under subsection 34a (1) of the Audit Act — 1 948 000 1 268 700

1 9 0 1 ........................................................................... — 47 700 47 602

17 282 000 19 593 387 17 207 879

Total: Division 381

Division 382.—AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCE 1.—For expenditure under the Australian Institute of

252 249 000 245 885 768 241 213 001

Marine Science Act 1972—Recurrent expenditure

Division 383.—AUSTRALIAN NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ORGANISATION 1.—For expenditure under the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation Act 1987—Recur-

11 090 700 10 230 000 10 230 000

rent ex p en d itu re..................................................... 45 770 700 44 510 700 44 510 700

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Appropriation Expenditure

Division 384.—AUSTRALIAN TRADE COMMISSION 1.—For expenditure under the Australian Trade Commis­ sion A ct 1985 01. Operating e x p e n s e s .....................................................

$

104 897 000

$

102 058 000

$

102 058 000

02. Interest subsidy for financing eligible export tran­ sactions ...................................................................... 21 596 000 14 009 000 14 009 000

03. Payments under the Export Market Development Grants Act 1974 ..................................................... 132 000 000 171 000 000 171 000 000

04. Other Export Market Development Schemes . . . 5 000 000 6 000 000 6 000 000

05. Agricultural Marketing Innovation F u n d .................. 3 000 000 4 000 000 4 000 000

Total: Division 384 266 493 000 297 067 000 297 067 000

Division 385.—AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY AUTHORITY 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 990 100 1 089 700 975 494

2.—Other Services 01. Motor Vehicles and Components Development Grants S c h e m e ...................................................................... 9 500 000 22 000 000 8415 515

Assistance for management im provem ent................. — 34 100 34 060

Total: Division 385

9 500 000

10 490 100

22 034 100

23 123 800

8 449 575

9 425 069

Division 386.—COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANISATION 1.—For expenditure under the Science and Industry Re­ search Act 1949—Recurrent expenditure . . . . 362 966 300 330 078 500 330 078 500

Division 387.—AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURING COUNCIL SECRETARIAT 1.—Running Costs . 2 631 900 2 545 200 2 521 946

Division 388.—NATIONAL STANDARDS COMMISSION 1·—For expenditure under the National Measurement Act I960—Recurrent e x p e n d itu r e ............................... 1 256 300 1 312 400 1 312 400

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1989-90 —-----------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 389.—PATENT, TRADE MARKS AND DESIGNS OFFICE

$ $ $

1.—Running C o s t s ............................................ 29 467 900 27 894 350 27 705 838

2. —Property Operating E x p e n s e s ..................

3. —Other Services

01. World Intellectual Property Organisation—Contribu-

3 743 000 1 217035 1 210 973

t i o n ......................................................................

02. International Patent Documentation Centre—Contri-473 000 581 500 404 909

b u t i o n ..................................................... 39 000 49 500 36 753

03. Compensation and legal expenses............................... 112 000 195 800 121 186

624 000 826 800 562 848

Total: Division 389

Division 390.—ANTI-DUMPING AUTHORITY

33 834 900 29 938 185 29 479 659

1.—Running C o s t s ..................................................................

Division 391.—TEXTILES, CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

782 000 660 000 542 681

1. —Running C o s t s ....................................................

2. —Other Services

01. Textiles, Clothing and Footwear Industries Develop­ ment Strategy—Payments to the Australian Indus­ try Development Corporation for investment in

1 069 000 1 026 800 1 013 138

raw materials p ro c e s s in g ........................................

02. Textiles, Clothing and Footwear Industries Develop-2 000 000 2 000 000

ment Strategy—Export Development Program . . 03. Textiles, Clothing and Footwear Industries Develop-1 500 000 1 500 000 1 500 000

ment Strategy—Development assistance . . . . 6 500 000 6 500 000 5 749 858

10 000 000 10 000 000 7 249 858

Total: Division 391

Total: Department of Industry Technology and

11 069 000 11 026 800 8 262 996

Commerce.................................................................. 1 197 740 000 1 237 212 247 1 192 985 899

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DEPARTMENT OF PRIMARY INDUSTRIES AND ENERGY

SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Division

Running Costs

Other Services Total

$ $ $

490 A dm inistrative.................................................................. 73 278 000 103 167 000 176 445 000

69 196 107 89 240 921 158 437 028

491 Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service . . . . 160 821 000 7 748 000 168 569 000

146 133 006 7 478 625 153 611 631

492 Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource 12 423 000 1 432 000 13 855 000

Economics...................................................................... 12 881 747 1 522 148 14 403 895

493 Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics 42 860 000 4 338 000 47 198 000 39 988 236 1 085 282 41 073 518

494 Joint Coal B o a r d ............................................................. — 2 310 000 2 310 000

— 2 235 000 2 235 000

T o ta l...................................................................... 289 382 000 118 995 000 408 377 000

268 199 096 101 561 976 369 761 072

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1988-89

1989-90 -------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

Division 490.—ADMINISTRATIVE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 73 278 000 71 103 800 69 196 107

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ........................................ 10 222 000 2 029 379 1 998 211

3.—Other Services 01. Compensation and legal expenses...............................

Payments under subsection 34A(1) of the Audit Act 1 9 0 1 ...........................................................................

1 451 000 3 184 000

110 000

2 075 581

109 907

1 451 000 3 294 000 2 185 488

4.—Industries Development 01. Wool Promotion—Contribution ............................... 25 000 000 25 000 000 25 000 000

02. Australian Horticultural Corporation ...................... 2 078 000 2 000 000 1 641 486

03. Horticultural Research and Development Cor­ poration ...................................................................... 150 000 370 000 281 148

04. Australian Tobacco Board — Allocation of tobacco c h a r g e s ...................................................................... 265 000 220 000 220 000

05. Fishing Industry Adjustment (for payment to the National Fisheries Adjustment Program Trust A c c o u n t) .................................................................. 4 519 000 4 366 000 3 945 193

06. Fisheries surveys and development (for payment to the Fisheries Development Trust Account) . . . 750 000 900 000 874 986

07. Torres Strait fisheries research and monitoring program ...................................................................... 412 000 602 000 602 000

08. East Coast Tuna Research P ro g ram .......................... 242 000 190 000 41 500

09. Payment to CSR Limited for a residual obligation of the former Petroleum and Minerals Authority in respect of the purchase of Cooper Basin interests 1 486 000 2 971 000 2 948 559

10. Administration of the Petroleum (Submerged Lands) Act 1967 in relation to the Territory of Ashmore and Cartier I s l a n d s ................................................ 234 000 463 000 463 000

11. Administration of Petroleum Royalty arrangements . 33 000 31 000 27 283

12. Commonwealth defence of common law actions aris­ ing from atomic test—Legal and associated costs . 340 000 626 000 543 576

13. Administration of Kakadu exploration licences . . . 42 000 100 000 22 776

14. Management of former atomic test s i t e s ................. 556 000 742 000 733 459

15. Coal Co-operation with C h i n a ................................... 132 000 161 000 69 265

16. International organisations—Contributions . . . . 1 125 000 1 183 000 1 057 019

17. Apprehension of foreign fishing vessels...................... 750 000 386 000 385 554

18. Australasian Coal and Shale Employees’ Federation (Miners’ Federation)—G ra n t-in -a id ...................... 40 000 20 000 20 000

Meat and Live-stock Industry—Marketing innova­ tions g r a n t.................................................................. — 2 500 000 2 500 000

38 154 000 42 831 000 41 376 804

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5.—Infrastructure and Support 01. National Soil Conservation Program (for payment to the National Soil Conservation Program Trust A c c o u n t) ..................................................................

02. Water resources assessment and research—Grants . 03. Murray-Darling Basin C o m m issio n ..........................

04. National Afforestation Program—Grants to organ­ isations ......................................................................

05. Forestry scholarships.....................................................

06. Payments to State Authorities in connection with War Service Land S e ttle m e n t.......................................

07. Rural Community S e r v ic e s .......................................

08. Primary Industries Marketing Skills Program . . . 09. Farm Management Advisory Skills Program . . . .

6.—Research and Assessment 01. Payments for analytical te stin g ...................................

02. Payment to Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation—Contribution to the oper­ ating costs of the Australian Animal Health Labo­ ratory and Screwworm Fly facility in Papua New G u in e a ......................................................................

03. Australian Plague Locust Commission—Contribution 04. Australian Special Rural Research (for payment to the Australian Special Rural Research Trust Fund) ......................................................................

05. Quarantine re s e a rc h .....................................................

06. National Energy Research, Development and Dem­ onstration Program (for payment to the Energy Research Trust A c c o u n t).......................................

07. Renewable energy research (for payment to the Re­ newable Energy Research Trust Account) . . . 08. Energy Management Program (including payments to relevant trust accounts)............................................

Payment to Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation—Conservation of plant ge­ netic resources—Upgrade of storage facilities . .

Total: Division 490

1988-89

i yoy— yv

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

6 628 000 5 198 000 2 696 000

7 400 000 7 700 000 7 698 495

1 184 000 693 000 693 000

1 930 000 1 500 000 1 430 597

97 000 94 000 93 478

1 378 000 1 262 000 1 211 019

2 475 000 3 142 000 2 722 886

2 000 000 1 000 000 996 989

300 000 600 000 245 990

23 392 000 21 189 000 17 788 454

5 987 000 7 128 000 4 015 829

5 465 000 5 306 000 5 241 000

1 003 000 1 005 000 618 035

5 000 000 4 000 000 4 000 000

40 000 40 000 —

10 600 000 11 068 000 11 068 000

900 000 500 000 500 000

953 000 450 000 387 100

— 80 000 62 000

29 948 000 29 577 000 25 891 964

176 445 000 170 024 179 158 437 028

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65

1989-90 -

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

Division 491.—AUSTRALIAN QUARANTINE AND INSPECTION SERVICE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 160 821 000 146 566 000 146 133 006

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ............................... 5 543 000 4 492 413 4410 184

3.—Other Services 01. Superannuation contributions in respect of State meat inspection employees transferred to the

Com m onw ealth............................................ 2 153 000 2 078 000 1 981 560

02. Compensation and legal ex p enses.......................... 52 000 1 103 000 1 086 881

2 205 000 3 181 000 3 068 441

Total: Division 491 168 569 000 154 239 413 153 611 631

Division 492.—AUSTRALIAN BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 12 423 000 12 975 000 12 881 747

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s .......................... 1 432 000 1 529 767 1 522 148

Total: Division 492 13 855 000 14 504 767 14 403 895

Division 493.—BUREAU OF MINERAL RESOURCES, GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 42 860 000 40 513 000 39 988 236

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ................................... 4 016 000 992 502 970 799

3.—Other Services 01. Compensation and legal ex penses...............................

02. International Geological Correlation project—Grant-302 000 186 000 94 483

in-aid ........................................................................... 20 000 20 000 20 000

322 000 206 000 114 483

Total: Division 493 47 198 000 41 711 502 41 073 518

Division 494.—JOINT COAL BOARD 1.—For expenditure under the Coal Industry Act 1946 . . 2 310 000 2 235 000 2 235 000

Total: Department of Primary Industries and Energy 408 377 000 382 714 861 369 761 072

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SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Division

Running Costs

Other Services Total

$ $ $

500 A dm inistrative.................................................................. 23 482 500 19 549 700 43 032 200

22 980 077 16 626 783 39 606 860

512 Australian Science and Technology C o uncil................. 1 486 900 — 1 486 900

1 479 575 — 1 479 575

513 Commonwealth Ombudsman ....................................... 3 650 200 728 400 4 378 600

3 584 242 552 913 4 137 155

514 Economic Planning Advisory C o u n c il.......................... — 1 711 000 1 711 000

— 1 429 067 1 429 067

515 Resource Assessment Commission................................... 4 100 000 1 087 000 5 187 000

516 Governor-General’s Office and Establishments . . . . 5 478 700 1 743 600 7 222 300

5 313 001 967 396 6280 397

517 Merit Protection and Review A g e n c y .......................... 2 831 200 1 174 000 4 005 200

2 929 027 994 850 3 923 877

518 Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security.......................................................................... — 345 500 345 500

— 292 999 292 999

519 Office of National Assessments....................................... — 4 772 800 4 772 800

— 3 680 626 3 680 626

520 Public Service Commissioner............................................ 7 648 500 1 061 000 8 709 500

7 835 459 199 092 8 034 551

Australian Bicentennial A uthority................................... — — —

— 19 890 800 19 890 800

T o t a l ...................................................................... 48 678 000 32 173 000 80 851 000

44 121 381 44 634 526 88 755 907

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1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 500.—ADMINISTRATIVE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . .

$

23 482 500

$

23 242 000

$

22 980 077

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ................................... 4 320 600 586 707 583 787

3.—Other Services 01. Payments under subsection 34a ( 1) of the Audit Act 1 9 0 1 .....................................................

02. Australian National University—Centre for Research on Federal Financial R elatio n s...............................

03. State occasions and guests of governm ent.................

04. Women’s P r o g r a m s ............................................

05. Official establishments other than Governor-General’s resid en ces.............................................................

06. Compensation and legal ex penses...............................

07. Multicultural a f f a ir s .....................................................

08. Australian Protective Service—Guarding services at Governor-General’s re sid e n c e s...............................

09. Grants-in-aid.........................................................

16 000

239 200 3 748 900 2 038 800

3 545 700 100 000 3 450 000

2 071 500 19 000

16 000

195 000 8 262 500 1 772 000

3 560 600 175 800 2 900 000

1 670 000 11 500

14 613

195 000 6 020 009 1 771 959

3 347 163 117 606 2 899 912

1 665 234 11 500

15 229 100 18 563 400 16 042 996

Total: Division 500 43 032 200 42 392 107 39 606 860

Division 512.—AUSTRALIAN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 1 486 900 1 486 900 1 479 575

Division 513.—COMMONWEALTH OMBUDSMAN 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 3 650 200 3 625 500 3584 242

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ................................... 728 400 555 682 552 913

Total: Division 513 4 378 600 4 181 182 4 137 155

Division 514.—ECONOMIC PLANNING ADVISORY COUNCIL 1.—For expenditure under the Economic Planning Advisory Council Act 1983 and associated expenditure . . 1 711 000 1 484 400 1 429 067

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, 1989

-continued

1988--89

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 515.—RESOURCE ASSESSMENT COMMISSION 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . .

$

4 100 000

$ $

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 1 087 000 — -

Total: Division 515 5 187 000 — —

Division 516.—GOVERNOR-GENERAL’S OFFICE AND ESTABLISHMENTS 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 5 478 700 5 479 500 5 313 001

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 813 600 469 025 289 693

3.—Other Services 01. Australian Honours Insignia, Warrants and In v e s titu re s .............................................................

Compensation and legal expenses..............................

930 000 680 600

20 500

665 430 12 273

930 000 701 100 677 703

Total: Division 516 7 222 300 6 649 625 6 280 397

Division 517.—MERIT PROTECTION AND REVIEW AGENCY 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 2 831 200 2 956 200 2 929 027

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 1 174 000 995 860 990 897

Other Services Compensation and legal expenses....................................... — 108 400 3 953

Total: Division 517 4 005 200 4 060 460 3 923 877

Division 518 —OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR- GENERAL OF INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY . . 345 500 293 000 292 999

Division 519.—OFFICE OF NATIONAL ASSESSMENTS 4 772 800 3 681 000 3 680 626

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69

1988-89

1989-90 -

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 520.—PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . .

$

7 648 500

$

7 852 900

$

7835 459

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ........................................ 1 051 000 — —

3.—Other Services 01. Compensation and legal ex penses............................... 10 000 200 000 199 092

Total: Division 520 8 709 500 8 052 900 8 034 551

AUSTRALIAN BICENTENNIAL AUTHORITY For expenditure under the Australian Bicentennial Authority Act 1980 ............................................ 19 890 800 19 890 800

Total: Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet........................................................... 80 851 000 92 172 374 88 755 907

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SECURITY

A p p r o p r ia tio n (N o. 1) 1 9 8 9 -9 0 N o . , 1989

SUMMARY

Appropriation—-1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure— 1988-89, Light figures

Division

Running Costs

Other Services Total

$ $ $

560 A dm inistrative..................................................... . . . 654 172 200 160 170 000 814 342 200

610 622 027 128017 367 738 639 394

561 Australian Institute of Family Studies . . . . 1 155 800 1 155 800

T o t a l......................................................... . . . 654 172 200 161 325 800 815 498 000

610 622 027 128 017 367 738 639 394

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1988-89

1989-90 ----------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 560.—ADMINISTRATIVE

$ $ $

1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 654 172 200 614551 500 610 622 027

2. —Property Operating E x p e n s e s ..........................

3. —Other Services

01. Telephone rental and postal concessions to pensioners and others (for payment to the Australian Postal Commission and the Australian Telecommunica-

118 327 000 85 005 972 82 191 215

lions Commission).....................................................

02. Payments to universities and other organisations for 40 600 000 42 608 296 42 608 296

special studies and r e s e a r c h ...................................

03. Payments under subsection 34A (1) of the Audit Act 800 000 855 900 855 877

1 9 0 1 ...........................................................................

04. Payments of compensation under the Defence (Tran­ sitional Provisions) Act 1946 and other payments

90 000 90 000 76 795

under special circu m stan ces................................... 6 000 6 000 5 243

05. Compensation and legal expenses...............................

Compensation to persons affected by the Social Se-347 000 2 105 223 2 102 665

curity Conspiracy C a s e ............................................ — 214 000 177 276

41 843 000 45 879 419 45 826 152

Total: Division 560

Division 561 .—AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF FAMILY STUDIES 1.—For expenditure under Part XIVa of the Family Law

814 342 200 745 436 891 738 639 394

Act 1975—Recurrent expenditure.......................... 1 155 800 —

Total: Department of Social S e c u r ity ........................ 815 498 000 745 436 891 738 639 394

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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS

A p p r o p r ia tio n (N o. 1) 1 9 8 9 -9 0 N o . , 1989

SUMMARY

Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Division

Running Costs

Other Services Total

$ $ $

660 A dm inistrative......................................................... . . 169 364 000 81 631 000 250 995 000

173 156918 93 431 699 266 588 617

661 Australian National Railways Commission . . . . . ------- 58 700 000 58 700 000

— 51 000 000 51 000 000

662 Broadcasting and Television S e r v i c e s .................. . . ------- 589 049 000 589 049 000

— 546 958 924 546 958 924

663 Independent Air Fares C o m m itte e ...................... . 600 000 — 600 000

611 354 — 611 354

664 Inter-State Commission............................................ 1 412 000 291 000 1 703 000

1 642 853 291 721 1 934 574

665 Regulation of Broadcasting and Television . . . . . ------- 8 514 000 8 514 000

— 9 994 000 9 994 000

666 Civil Aviation A u th o rity ........................................ . . ------- 74 510 000 74 510 000

— 71 440 000 71 440 000

667 Australian Telecommunications Authority . . . . . — 5 667 000 5 667 000

668 Waterfront Industry Reform Authority.................. . . 2 060 000 — 2 060 000

669 Shipping Industry Reform Authority...................... 443 000 — 443 000

T o t a l ............................................................. . . 173 879 000 818 362 000 992 241 000

175411 125 773 116 344 948 527 469

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1988-89

1989-90 -

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

Division 660.—ADMINISTRATIVE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 169 364 000 176 316 000 173 156 918

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ........................................ 24 236 000 14 342 741 14 162 142

3.—Other Services 01. Free or concessional fares and fre ig h ts...................... 3 600 000 3 738 000 2 995 901

02. Tasmanian Freight Equalisation S c h e m e ................. 34 500 000 34 401 000 34 400 994

03. Search and re sc u e ......................................................... 1 270 000 1 125 000 1 012 576

04. Air services—S u b s i d y ................................................ 1 019 000 963 000 878 844

05. Oil pollution in c id e n ts ................................................ 100 000 800 000 631 819

06. Compensation and legal expenses............................... 1 700 000 3 057 000 3 053 775

07. Australian Council for Radio for the Print Handi-capped—Transmission s u b s id y ............................... 100 000 100 000 —

International Telecommunication Union Conference — 550 000 220 275

Payments under subsection 34a ( 1 ) of the Audit Act 1 9 0 1 ........................................................................... — 34 000 33 346

Subsidy for commuter a i r lin e s ................................... — 129 000 128 419

42 289 000 44 897 000 43 355 949

4.—-Grants and Contributions 01. Australian Motorcycle Council—G r a n t...................... 5 000 5 000 —

02. Aviation organisations—C o n trib u tio n s...................... 79 000 79 000 78 800

03. Aerodrome Local Ownership Plan—Development g r a n t ........................................................................... 948 000 24 053 000 24 052 418

04. Aerodrome Local Ownership Plan—Maintenance g r a n t ........................................................................... 8 408 000 6 459 000 6 249 604

05. International Telecommunication Union— C o n tribution............................................................. 3 404 000 3 478 000 3 293 840

06. Asia-Pacific Telecommunity—Contribution . . . . 178 000 152 000 147 546

07. Grants in support of public broadcasting................. 1 879 000 1 768 000 1 768 000

08. Australian Council for· Radio for the Print Handi-capped—G r a n t ......................................................... 125 000 125 000 125 000

09. Marine Rescue Association of Australia—Grant . . 80 000 100 000 100 000

Australian Shippers’ Council—Contribution . . . . — 120 000 98 400

15 106 000 36 339 000 35 913 608

Total: Division 660 250 995 000 271 894 741 266 588 617

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Department o f Transport and Communications— continued

1988-89

1989-90 -------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 661 .-AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS COMMISSION 1.—Subsidy Provided as Annual Revenue Supplement 01. Mainland passenger op eratio n s...................................

02. Mainland commercial and other operations . . . . 03. Tasmanian railway system ............................................

$

35 000 000 9 900 000 13 800 000

$

31 200 000 8 900 000 10 900 000

$

31 200 000 8 900 000 10 900 000

Total: Division 661 58 700 000 51 000 000 51 000 000

Division 662.—BROADCASTING AND TELEVISION SERVICES 1.—Australian Broadcasting Corporation—Recurrent ex­ penditure

01. General activities—Domestic s e r v ic e s ......................

02. General activities—Radio A u s tra lia ..........................

445 412 000 12 900 000 417 127 000 11 923 000

417 127 000 11 923 000

458 312 000 429 050 000 429 050 000

2.—Special Broadcasting Service—Recurrent expenditure 58 950 000 56 000 000 56 000 000

3.—For payments in respect of technical services provided under Part VII of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Act 1983 or in respect of associated services ...................................................................... 71 787 000 65 024 000 61 908 924

Total: Division 662 589 049 000 550 074 000 546 958 924

Division 663.—INDEPENDENT AIR FARES COMMITTEE 1·—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 600 000 661 000 611 354

Division 664. —INTER-STATE COMMISSION I·—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 1 412 000 1 647 000 1 642 853

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 291 000 293 180 291 721

Total: Division 664 1 703 000 1 940 180 1 934 574

Division 665.—REGULATION OF BROADCASTING AND TELEVISION 1·—Australian Broadcasting Tribunal—Recurrent e x p e n d itu re ............................................................. 8 514 000 9 994 000 9 994 000

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1988-89

1989-90 --------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 666.—CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY 1.—For expenditure under the Civil Aviation Act 1988 . .

$

74 510 000

$

71 440 000

$

71 440 000

Division 667.—A USTRALIAN TELECOM M UNICA­ TIONS AUTHORITY 1.—For expenditure under the Telecommunications Act 1989—Recurrent ex p en d itu re............................... 5 667 000

Division 668.—WATERFRONT INDUSTRY REFORM AUTHORITY I.—Running C o s t s .................................................................. 2 060 000 ____

Division 669.—SHIPPING INDUSTRY REFORM AUTHORITY I.—Running C o s t s .................................................................. 443 000 — —

Total: Department of Transport and Communications................................................ 992 241 000 957 003 921 948 527 469

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DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

A p p r o p r ia tio n (N o. 1) 1 9 8 9 -9 0 N o. , 1 9 8 9

SUMMARY

Appropriation—

Expenditure—

1989-90, Heavy figures

1988-89, Light figures

Running Other

Division Costs Services Total

$ $ S

670 A dm inistrative............................................ ................. 22 118 000 50 154 000 72 272 000

21 734 972 56 102 107 77 837 079

671 Australian Bureau of S tatistics................. ................. 142 765 000 22 939 000 165 704 000

134 473 634 14 009 937 148 483 571

672 Australian Taxation O f f i c e ...................... ................. 717 534 000 180 687 000 898 221 000

608 790 530 108 677 150 717 467 680

673 Industries Assistance Commission . . . . ................. 10 434 000 2 012 000 12 446 000

11 016 529 532 400 11 548 929

674 Prices Surveillance A u t h o r i t y ................. ................. 2 228 000 1 155 000 3 383 000

1 792 937 730 915 2 523 852

675 Insurance and Superannuation Commission ................. 9 108 000 1 661 000 10 769 000

7 873 464 1 562 190 9 435 654

T o t a l ................................................ ................. 904 187 000 258 608 000 1 162 795 000

785 682 066 181 614699 967 296 765

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1989-90 -

$

1988-89

Appropriation

$

Expenditure

$

Division 670.—ADMINISTRATIVE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 22 118 000 22 188 000 21 734 972

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ........................................ 3 926 000 106 023 65 673

3.—Other Services 01. Compensation and legal expenses............................... 10 000 47 000 45 062

02. Loan management ex p e n se s........................................ 11 150 000 18 000 000 13 210 549

03. Overseas bond issues—Payments in respect of lapsed coupons ....................................................................... 10 000 5 936 5 882

04. Grant-in-aid—Australian Taxation Research F o u n d a tio n .............................................................. 25 000 25 000 25 000

05. Australian Federation of Consumer Organisations— Grant for representation on the Price Watch Network .................................................................. 15 000 15 000

06. Australian Pensioners Federation—Grant for repre­ sentation on the Price Watch N etw o rk .................. 18 000 18 000

07. Payments in relation to currency and interest rate swap agreements (Moneys received as payments associated with currency and interest rate swap arrangements may be credited to this item) . . . 35 000 000 30 000 000 19 346 618

Telecom—Refund of sales tax and customs duty . . — 23 404 000 23 403 323

46 228 000 71 514 936 56 036 434

Total: Division 670 72 272 000 93 808 959 77 837 079

Division 671 .—AUSTRALIAN BUREAU OF STATISTICS 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 142 765 000 136 230 000 134 473 634

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ........................................ 22 884 000 13 458 399 13 366 835

3.—Other Services 01. Compensation and legal expenses............................... 55 000 714 000 643 102

Total: Division 671 165 704 000 150 402 399 148 483 571

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Department o f the Treasury—continued

1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 672.—AUSTRALIAN TAXATION OFFICE 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . .

$

717 534 000

$

625 617 000

$

608 790 530

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 171 334 000 101 491 849 100 957 118

3.—Other Services 01. Payments under subsection 34a (1) of the Audit Act 1 9 0 1 ..........................................................................

02. Compensation and legal expenses...............................

03. Child Support Agency—Payments to cover cheque dishonours, incorrect maintenance payments and refunds of o v e rp a y m e n ts.......................................

8 000

9 195 000

150 000

47 000

11 478 000

100 000

42 410 7 635 117

42 505

9 353 000 11 625 000 7 720 032

Total: Division 672 898 221 000 738 733 849 717 467 680

Division 673.—INDUSTRIES ASSISTANCE COMMISSION 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 10 434 000 11 196 000 11 016 529

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 1 874 000 354 186 352 420

3.—Other Services 01. Contribution to the University of Melbourne for further development of the IMPACT Project . . Compensation and legal expenses..............................

138 000 130 000

50 000

130 000 49 980

138 000 180 000 179 980

Total: Division 673 12 446 000 11 730 186 11 548 929

Division 674.—PRICES SURVEILLANCE AUTHORITY 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . . 2 228 000 2 096 000 1 792 937

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ....................................... 1 155 000 734 575 730 915

Total: Division 674 3 383 000 2 830 575 2 523 852

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Department o f the Treasury— continued

1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 675.—INSURANCE AND SUPERANNUATION COMMISSION 1.—Running Costs (net appropriation—see section 9) . .

$

9 108 000

$

8 051 000

$

7 873 464

2.—Property Operating E x p e n s e s ........................................ 1 651 000 1 568 533 1 560 720

3.—Other Services 01. Compensation and legal expenses............................... 10 000 10 000 1 470

Total: Division 675 10 769 000 9 629 533 9 435 654

Total: Department of the T r e a s u r y ...................... .... . 1 162 795 000 1 007 135 501 967 296 765

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1987-88-89

THE PARLIAM ENT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Presented and read a first time, 15 August 1989

( Treasurer)

A BILL FOR

An Act to appropriate a sum out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for certain expenditure in respect of the year ending on 30 June 1990, and for related purposes

BE IT ENACTED by the Queen, and the Senate and the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Australia, as follows:

Short title 1. This Act may be cited as the Appropriation Act (No. 2) 1989-90.

Commencement 2. This Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

Issue and application of $3 331 547 000 3. The Minister for Finance may issue out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund and apply for the services specified in Schedule 4, in respect of the year ending on 30 June 1990, the sum of $3 331 547 000.

Appropriation of $6 318 840 000 4. The sums authorised by section 3 of the Supply Act (No. 2) 1989-90 as that Act is to be treated as having effect by virtue of the provisions of this Act (other than the sums authorised by a Division or a unit of a

Division in Schedule 2 to that Act that are specified in relation to that 133 m r

2 A p p r o p r ia tio n (N o. 2) 1 9 8 9 -9 0 N o. , 1989

Division or unit of a Division in an item in Schedule 3) and by section 3 of this Act to be issued out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, amounting, as appears by Schedule 1, in the aggregate to the sum of $6 318 840 000, are appropriated, and are to be taken to have been appropriated as from 1 July

1989, for the services specified in Schedule 4 in respect of the financial year that commenced on that date.

Payments to States 5. (1) In this section and in determinations for the purposes of paragraph (2) (a) or (b): “Appropriation Act” means an Act appropriating money for expenditure

in respect of a financial year and includes an Act appropriating money, by way of interim provision, for such expenditure.

(2) Payments out of such money appropriated by this Act as is specified in the Division, or unit of a Division, in Schedule 4 specified in column 2 in an item in column 1 in Schedule 2, being payments that are made to a State for a purpose specified in column 3 in that item must be made:

(a) on such terms and conditions (if any) as are from time to time determined, in writing, for the purposes of Appropriation Acts by the Minister specified in column 4 in that item as being terms and conditions applicable to payments under such Acts to a State for that purpose; and (b) in such amounts and at such times as are determined, in writing,

by the Minister specified in column 5 in that item.

(3) Payments to a State out of such of the money appropriated by this Act as is specified in Division 977 in Schedule 4 must be made in accordance with any determinations of the Treasurer as to the amounts and times of payments.

(4) Nothing in this section is to be taken to limit, by implication, the power of the Commonwealth to make payments to a Territory, a local government body, a body corporate, an organisation or a natural person for any purposes for which money is appropriated under Appropriation Acts:

(a) on such terms and conditions; and (b) in such amounts and at such times; as the Commonwealth determines.

Money appropriated for a program 6. Where money is appropriated by this Act for a particular program, that money is to be taken to be appropriated for: (a) the purpose of payments (including advances) under Acts

administered as part of the program; and (b) other purposes of the program, being purposes for which appropriation has been made in an earlier Act.

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Department of Aboriginal Affairs 7. A reference in Schedule 4 to the Department of Aboriginal Affairs includes a reference to any body established, whether before or after the commencement of this Act, to perform functions corresponding to some or

all of the services provided by the Department and some or all of the functions of the Aboriginal Development Commission and the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.

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4

SCH ED U LE 1 Section 4

SUMS AUTHORISED TO BE ISSUED OUT OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND

$

By the Supply Act (No. 2) 1989-90................................. 2 987 293 000

By this A c t.............................................................................. 3 331 547 000

T o t a l ......................................................................... 6 318 840 000

A p p r o p r ia tio n (N o. 2) 1 9 8 9 -9 0 N o . , 1 9 8 9

SCH ED U LE 2 Section 5

Column 1 Column 2

Item Division, «fee.

1 Division 812

2 Division 831

3 Division 865

Column 3 Column 4 Column 5

Minister determining

Purpose conditions

Payment to the Great Minister for the Arts,

Barrier Reef Marine Sport, the

Park Authority for Environment, Tourism payment to Queensland and Territories

relation

to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Assistance for management of

Tasmanian World Heritage areas.

for day-to-day management in

Minister determining payments

Minister for the Arts, Sport, the Environment, Tourism and Territories

Blood transfusion service. Launceston General Hospital—Grant towards the cost of

redevelopment. Contributions towards measures to combat

the transmission of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Grants for provision of

health services. Hospital Funding Grants. Women’s Health

Screening Program. National Better Health Program. National Campaign

Against Drug Abuse. Hospital Enhancement Program. Innovative health services

for youth. Services for Families with Children. Home and Community

Care. Supported Accommodation

Assistance Program. Residential Care for Older People— Geriatric Assessment. Subsidy for the provision

of private rental housing stock.

Minister for Community Services and Health Minister for Community Services and Health

Minister for Housing and Minister for Housing and Aged Care Aged Care

Natural disaster relief Minister for Finance Minister for Finance

and restoration. Termination of the Gordon River Power Development, Stage

Two.

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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5

Minister determining Minister determining

Item Division, &c. Purpose conditions payments

4 Subdivision 1 of Sugar industry assistance. Minister for Primary Minister for Primary

Division 931 Provision of capital items Industries and Energy Industries and Energy for the Torres Strait Fisheries Program.

5 Subdivision 2 of Com m onwealth/ Minister for Primary Minister for Primary

Division 931 Tasmania Forest Industry Package. Industries and Energy Industries and Energy Federal W ater Resources

Assistance Program National Afforestation Program. National Soil

Conservation Program.

6 Subdivision 3 of Bovine Brucellosis and Minister for Primary Minister for Primary

Division 931 Tuberculosis Eradication Campaign. Industries and Energy Industries and Energy Exotic Disease

Preparedness Program. Export Research Grants.

SC H ED U LE 3 Section 4

Column 1 Column 2 Column 3

Item Division, &c. Amount

1 . Subdivision 4 of Division 8 1 1 .......................

$

170 000

2. Item 05 of Division 849 .................................. 16 508 000

3. Subdivision 1 of Division 9 1 0 ....................... 197 000

4. Subdivision 1 of Division 973 ....................... 3 570 000

5. Division 974 . . . 5 020 000

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SCHEDULE 4 Sections 3 and 4

ABSTRACT

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Page

Reference Departments and Services Total

$

8 Department of Administrative S e r v ic e s .......................................................... 735 960 000

10 Department of the Arts, Sport, the Environment, Tourism and Territories 102 288 000

13 Attorney-General’s D e p a rtm e n t...................................................................... 165 027 000

14 Department of Community Services and H e a lth ............................................ 3 9 37 464 000

16 Department of Veterans’ A ffa irs....................................................................... 27 412 000

17 Department of Employment, Education and T raining.................................... 39 793 000

19 Department of Aboriginal A f f a i r s .................................................................. 37 914 000

20 Department of F i n a n c e .................................................................................... 55 586 000

21 Advance to the Minister for F in a n c e ............................................................. 140 000 000

22 Department of Foreign Affairs and T r a d e ..................................................... 3 611 000

23 Department of Immigration, Local Government and Ethnic Affairs . . . 7 920 000

23 Department of Industrial R elations.................................................................. 100 000

24 Department of Industry, Technology and C o m m erce.................................... 63 652 000

26 Department of Primary Industries and Energy ............................................ 186 056 000

28 Department of the Prime Minister and C a b in e t............................................ 1 99 5 000

28 Department of Social Security........................................................................... 32 326 000

29 Department of Transport and C om m unications............................................ 218 151 000

31 Department of the Treasury ........................................................................... 563 585 000

T otal......................................................................................................... 6 318 840 000

7

DEPARTMENTS AND SERVICES Appropriation— 1989-90, Heavy figures

A p p r o p r ia tio n (N o. 2) 1 9 8 9 -9 0 N o . , 1989

Expenditure—1988-89, Light figures

Departments and Services

Capital Works and Services

Payments to or for the States, the Northern Territory and the Australian

Capital Territory

Other Services Total

$ $ $ $

Department of Administrative Services 273 428 000 — 462 532 000 735 960 000

291 080 127 — — 291 080 127

Department of the Arts, Sport, the Envi- 49 664 000 45 659 000 6 965 000 102 288 000

ronment, Tourism and Territories . 69 310 062 34 372 864 1 604 033 105 286 959

Attorney-General’s Department . . . . 57 189 000 107 838 000 — 165 027 000

33 410 736 90 975 529 2 726 883 127 113 148

Department of Community Services and 20 093 000 3 915 571 000 1 800 000 3 937 464 000 H e a lth ................................................ 21 491 810 3 499 785 007 100 000 3 521 376 817

Department of Veterans’ Affairs . . . . 23 650 000 3 437 000 325 000 27 412 000

33 797 665 3 746 597 452 282 37 996 544

Department of Employment, Education 6 954 000 28 750 000 4 089 000 39 793 000

and T r a i n i n g ................................... 18 450 267 21 712 856 300 000 40 463 123

Department of Aboriginal Affairs . . . 28 760 000 9 154 000 37 914 000

— 31 179 400 — 31 179 400

Department of Finance (a) .................. 6 978 000 48 608 000 — 55 586 000

7 233 898 93 125 446 2 144 584 102 503 928

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade 1 300 000 — 2 311 000 3 611 000

— — 8 402 213 8 402 213

Department of Immigration, Local Gov- 5 626 000 1 844 000 450 000 7 920 000

ernment and Ethnic Affairs . . . . 8 467 268 1 174 286 — 9 641 554

Department of Industrial Relations . . . 100 000 — — 100 000

3 850 000 — — 3 850 000

Department of Industry, Technology and 4 670 100 8 791 000 50 190 900 63 652 000

C o m m e r c e ........................................ 6 098 952 8 045 300 28 577 300 42 721 552

Department of Primary Industries and 13 544 000 172 012 000 500 000 186 056 000

E n erg y ................................................ 12 632 807 179 786 134 100 000 192 518 941

Department of the Prime Minister and 1 731 700 263 300 1 995 000

Cabinet ............................................ 401 666 7 140 076 125 723 7 667 465

Department of Social Security . . . . 26 226 000 6 100 000 32 326 000

12 503 989 — — 1 2 5 0 3 9 8 9

Department of Transport and Communi- 163 751 000 — 54 400 000 218 151 000

c a tio n s................................................ 77 591 030 6 565 017 216 610 84 372 657

Department of the T r e a s u r y .................. 70 688 000 491 547 000 1 350 000 563 585 000

28 159 833 997 653 387 475 770 1 026 288 990

TOTAL ........................................ 725 592 800 4 852 817 000 600 430 200 6 178 840 000

624 480 110 4 975 261 899 45 225 398 5 644 967 407

(a) Excludes appropriation Division No 868—Advance to the Minister for Finance, $ 140 000 000.

8 A p p r o p r ia tio n (N o. 2) 1 9 8 9 -9 0 N o . , 1989

1988-89

1989-90 -------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Division 805.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES

$ $ $

1.—Acquisitions, Buildings, Works, Plant and Equipment 01. Departmental plant and e q u ip m e n t.......................... 2 939 000 15 878 300 15 436 434

02. Departmental buildings and w o r k s .......................... 2 127 000 9 639 000 7 727212

03. Overseas property services—Plant and equipment . 04. Overseas property services—Acquisitions, buildings 2 915 000 1 733 000 1 732 776

and works (Money received as payment from the sale of surplus or uneconomic Australian Government properties overseas, not being money received in respect of any such property the agreed sale price of which exceeds $6 000 000 may be credited to this item) ............................... 39 026 000 48 326 500 30 966 539

05. Commonwealth offices—Plant and equipment . . . 06. Commonwealth offices—Acquisition of sites and 750 000 1 800 000 1 791 082

b u ild in g s .................................................................. 3 260 000 1 177 100 463 555

07. Commonwealth offices—Construction and refur-b is h m e n t.................................................................. 124 200 000 89 507 500 84 696 602

08. Instalment purchases of sites and buildings—Capital . 21 166 000 19 716 000 19 496 856 09. Instalment purchases of sites and buildings—Interest. 18 210 000 20 984 000 20 917 776 10. Australian Government Publishing Service . . . . 2 041 000 4 218 000 4 195 426

Earthmoving and other e q u ip m e n t.......................... — 3 038 000 3 035 273

216 634 000 216 017 400 190 459 531

2.—Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology 01. Plant and equipm ent.................................................... 7 258 000 7 056 600 7 056 533

02. Buildings and w o r k s ..................................................... 1 050 000 1 602 000 1 222 955

8 308 000 8 658 600 8 279 488

3.—Parliamentary and Ministerial Staff and Services 01. Plant and equipm ent..................................................... 1 120 000 4 623 000 4 003 677

4·—For expenditure under the Parliament House Con-struction Authority Act 1979 ............................... 21 239 000 85 805 000 85 805 000

5.—Advances and Loans 01. Working Capital Advance (for payment to the Transport and Storage Trust A c c o u n t)................. 26 127 000 — —

Australian Electoral Commission Plant and e q u ip m e n t......................................................... — 2 538 700 2 532 431

Total: Division 805 273 428 000 317 642 700 291 080 127

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1988-89

1989-90 --------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

Division 806.—OTHER SERVICES 01. Establishment grant (for payment to the Australian Protective Service Trust Account) .................

02. Establishment grant (for payment to the Australian Construction Services Trust Account) . . . . 03. Payment for community service obligations (for payment to the Australian Construction Services

Trust A c c o u n t).....................................................

04. Operating subsidy (for payment to the Australian Construction Services Trust Account) . . . . 05. Establishment grant (for payment to the Australian Property Group Trust A c c o u n t ) ......................

06. Payment for community service obligations (for payment to the Australian Property Group Trust A c c o u n t) ..............................................................

07. Establishment grant (for payment to the Australian Survey and Land Information Group Trust A c c o u n t) ..............................................................

08. Payment for community service obligations (for payment to the Australian Survey and Land Information Group Trust A c c o u n t) .................

09. Payment for land and buildings purchases (for payment to the Transport and Storage Group Property Rationalisation Trust Account) . . .

$

9 000 000

147 621 000

6 816 000

23 083 000

98 653 000

4 600 000

54 900 000

19 859 000

98 000 000

$ $

Total: Division 806 462 532 000

Total: Department of Administrative Services . . 735 960 000 317 642 700 291 080 127

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1988-89

iyoy— yv

Appropriation Expenditure

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARTS, SPORT, THE ENVIRONMENT, TOURISM AND TERRITORIES Division 811.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES 1.—Acquisitions, Buildings, Works, Plant and Equipment

01. D e p a rtm e n ta l.............................................................

02. Antarctic Program.........................................................

03. Construction of Australian Pavillion at Expo ’92— Seville, S p a in .............................................................

04. Territories P r o g r a m .....................................................

$

732 000 9 446 000

2 500 000 5 330 000

$

3 896 000 5 916 000

5 081 900

$

1 235 806 5 215 678

2810 119

18 008 000 14 893 900 9 261 603

2.—Cocos (Keeling) Islands—Home Island Development P l a n .......................................................................... 1 650 000 2 150 000 1 769 978

3.—Grant to Norfolk Island Administration for Water and Sewerage S ch em e..................................................... 1 535 000 300 000 300 000

5.—Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service—For expenditure under the National Parks and Wildlife Conservation Act 1975 ............................................ 6 764 000 3 712 000 3 712 000

6.—Australian National Gallery—For expenditure under the National Gallery A ct 1975 .................................... 1 571 000 905 000 904 645

7.—Assistance for the Development of Community Recrea­ tion and Sporting F a c ilitie s................................... 8 750 000 4 000 000 250 648

8.—National Capital Planning A u th o r ity .......................... 5 466 000 7 943 000 5 491 430

9.—National Library of Australia—For expenditure under the National Library Act 1960 ............................... 5 340 000 765 000 763 076

10.—Australian Sports Commission—For expenditure under the Australian Sports Commission Act 1985 . . 580 000 3 157 000 3 156 682

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1988-89

1989-90 -----------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

Australian Film, Television and Radio School—For expend­ iture under the Australian Film, Television and Radio School Act 1973 .................................................................. — 1 700 000 1 700 000

Advances and Loans Working Capital Advance (for payment to the Australian Capital Territory Trust A cco u n t)................................... 55 000 000 31 700 000

Working Capital Advance (for payment to the Christmas Island Public Moneys A c c o u n t ) ................................... — 300 000 300 000

— 55 300 000 32 000 000

Other Services Australian Capital Territory Trust Account (Australian Capital Territory receipts within the meaning of section 7 may be credited to this item for the purposes of the

trust a c c o u n t ) .................................................................. 1 000

Equity, Advances and Loans Film Australia—Payment of equity c a p i t a l ...................... — 10 000 000 10 000 000

Total: Division 811 49 664 000 104 826 900 69 310 062

Division 812.—PAYMENTS TO OR FOR THE STATES, THE NORTHERN TERRITORY AND THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

1.—Restoration, Preservation and Improvement of Land­ scapes and Buildings of Special Significance—For expenditure under the Urban and Regional Derel-opment (Financial Assistance) Act 1974 01. National E s ta te ............................................................. 3 582 000 3 280 000 3 279 99(

2.—National Estate Program—Expenditure in the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory 386 000 353 000 353 00<

3.—Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority—For pay­ ment under the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Act 1975 01. Payment to the Authority for payment to Queensland

for the day-to-day management in relation to the Great Barrier Reef Marine P a r k .......................... 2 727 000 2 366 000

2 366 00

4.—Tasmanian World Heritage Areas—Provision of Assist­ ance for M anagem ent............................................ 5 471 000 2 336 000

2 336 0i

5.—Rainforest C on servation ................................................ 3 700 000 6 037 000

2 136 8i

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$ $ $

6.—Other payments to the Australian Capital Territory 01. Assistance for water and sewerage services . . . . 02. Payment to compensate for the effects of national capital influences on the cost of providing munici­

pal services .............................................................

03. Assistance for the sealing and removal of asbestos insulation from residential dw ellings......................

7 036 000

16 997 000

5 200 000

5 611 000

16 018 000

5 611 000

15 990 000

29 233 000 21 629 000 21 601 000

7.— Payments to the States and the Northern Territory for the reimbursement of expenses incurred in the administration of the Sea Installations Act 1987 30 000

8.—Joint Commonwealth/Tasmanian Consultancy on Inter­ national T o u r is m .................................................... 30 000 — —

9.—Natural Environment Program—Save the Bush Cam­ paign .......................................................................... 500 000 — —

Payment to Victoria under the Environment (Financial A s­ sistance) Act 1977 ................................................ — 1 500 000 1 500 000

Construction of Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre . . . . — 800 000 800 000

Total: Division 812 45 659 000 38 301 000 34 372 864

Division 813.—OTHER SERVICES 01. Payments in relation to greenhouse research . . . . 5 734 000 841 000 825 352

Division 814.—THE SUPERVISING SCIENTIST AND THE ALLIGATOR RIVERS REGION RESEARCH INSTITUTE

1·—For expenditure under the Environment Protection (Alligator Rivers Region) Act 1978 ...................... 1 231 000 837 000 778 681

T otal: D e p artm en t of the A rts, S p o rt, the

E n v ironm ent, T ourism and T e rrito rie s . . 102 288 000 144 805 900 105 286 959

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ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT

Division 818.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES 1.—Acquisitions, Buildings, Works, Plant and Equipment

$ $ $

01. Attorney-General’s D e p a r tm e n t............................... 10 000 000 643 000 565 000

02. Australian Federal P o lic e ............................................ 4 810 000 1 908 000 951 902

03. Construction of Departmental facilities...................... 25 674 000 26 208 000 22 042 291

04. Australian Federal Police buildings and works . . . 1 050 000 2 675 000 2667 563

05. Acquisition of sites for Law C o u r t s .......................... 12 200 000 6 951 500 6 951 500

06. Commonwealth/State Law Courts construction . . 505 000 350 000 232 480

2.—Australian Securities Commission—For expenditure un­ der the Australian Securities Commission Act

54 239 000 38 735 500 33 410 736

1988 ........................................................................... 2 950 000 — —

Total: Division 818

Division 819.—PAYMENTS TO OR FOR THE STATES, THE NORTHERN TERRITORY AND THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY 01. Legal Aid—Grants to supplement voluntary and

57 189 000 38 735 500 33 410 736

community legal aid schem es................................... 2 517 000 2 355 000 2 354 854

02. Payments for the provision of legal a i d ......................

03. Human Rights—Payments under co-operative 102 524 000 91 498 000 86 687 143

arrangements with the S tates...................................

04. Commonwealth/State Scheme for Co-operative Companies and Securities Regulations—Fee

1 567 000 1 419 000 1 048 620

Sharing agreem ent.....................................................

05. Proceeds of Crime—Payment to the States of proceeds of crime confiscated under Commonwealth

930 000 885 000 884 912

leg islatio n .................................................................. 300 000 —

Total: Division 819

OTHER SERVICES Costs associated with an information campaign to

107 838 000 96 157 000 90 975 529

increase community knowledge of referendums . . — 3 000 000 2 726 883

T o tal: A tto rn e y -G e n e ral’s D e p a r t m e n t ...................... 165 027 000 137 892 500 127 113 148

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Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SERVICES AND HEALTH

Division 830.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES 1.—Acquisitions, Buildings, Works, Plant and Equipment 01. Departmental plant and e q u ip m e n t.......................... 10 820 000 15 092 000 14 809 868

02. Construction of Departmental facilities...................... 9 273 000 7 794 000 5 681 942

20 093 000 22 886 000 20 491 810

Hospital Enhancement Program Repatriation h o s p ita ls ......................................................... — 1 000 000 1 000 000

Total: Division 830 20 093 000 23 886 000 21 491 810

Division 831.—PAYMENTS TO OR FOR THE STATES, THE NORTHERN TERRITORY AND THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY 1.—Health Advancement

01. National Campaign Against Drug A b u s e ..................

02. Contribution towards measures to combat the 18 805000 16 836 000 16 836 000

transmission of Acquired Immune Deficiency S y n d ro m e.................................................................. 18 990 000 12 826 000 12 790 664

03. Transfer of nurse education to Colleges of Advanced E d u catio n .................................................................. 19 093 000 12 975 000 11 507 429

04. Women’s health screening............................................ 1 915 000 1 600 000 1 485 556

05. National Better Health P r o g r a m ............................... 2 600 000 1 000 000 400 000

61 403 000 45 237 000 43 019 649

2.—Assistance for People with Disabilities.......................... 512 000 539 000 480 753

3.—Health Care Access 01. Hospital funding g ran ts................................................ 3 341 282 000 3 079 915 000 3 079 914 738

02. Blood Transfusion Service............................................ 21 015 000 20 512 000 20 512 000

03. Grants for provision of health services...................... 59 061 000 67 264 750 67 238 525

04. Hospital Enhancement P r o g r a m ............................... 50 000 000 24 000 000 24 000 000

05. Innovative health services for y o u th .......................... 920 000 — —

3 472 278 000 3 191 691 750 3 191 665 263

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4.—Housing and Crisis Accommodation 01. Supported Accommodation Assistance Program . . 02. Housing assistance in the Australian Capital Terri­ tory—G r a n t ..............................................................

03. Subsidy for the provision of private rental housing s t o c k ...........................................................................

04. Crisis accommodation—Innovative service develop­ ment ...........................................................................

5.—Services for Families with Children

6.—Home and Community Care

7.—Residential Care for Older People

Total: Division 831

Division 832.—OTHER SERVICES 01. Private Health Insurance Administration Council— Establishment costs.....................................................

02. Women’s Health Program ............................................

03. Supported Accommodation Assistance Program— National research and d e v e lo p m e n t......................

Total: Division 832

J Q g Q 9 0

1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

72 914 000 14 958 000 13 958 000

18 186 000 10 705 000 10 705 000

2 250 000 — —

2 200 000 —

95 550 000 25 663 000 24 663 000

22 521 000 23 277 000 20 441 904

244 092 000 208 508 000 204 747 473

19 215 000 14 767 000 14 766 965

3 915 571 000 3 509 682 750 3 499 785 007

100 000 100 000 100 000

1 600 000 — —

100 000 — —

1 800 000 100 000 100 000

Total: Department of Community Services and Health . . . .................................................... 3 937 464 000 3 533 668 750 3 521 376 817

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DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS’ AFFAIRS

$ $ $

Division 839.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES

1.—Acquisitions, Buildings and Works 01. Repatriation blocks at mental hospitals......................

02. Construction of Departmental facilities......................

793 000 6 776 000

504 000 22 162 000

305 427 19 039 449

7 569 000 22 666 000 19 344 876

2.—Plant and Equipment 01. Specialised equipment (for payment to the Repatria­ tion Hospital operations trust accounts) . . . . 11 741 000 10 790 000 10 790 000

3.—Australian War Memorial— For expenditure under the Australian War Memorial Act 1980 ...................... 2 469 000 2 169 000 2 118 976

4.—War Graves— C o n stru c tio n ............................................ 1 871 000 1 700 000 1 543 813

Total: Division 839 23 650 000 37 325 000 33 797 665

Division 840.—PAYMENTS TO OR FOR THE STATES, THE NORTHERN TERRITORY AND THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY 01. Payments to State Governments for nurse training 3 437 000 3 966 000 3 746 597

Division 841.—OTHER SERVICES 01. Study of the cancer causing potential of Dapsone . . 325 000 — —

DEFENCE SERVICE HOMES CORPORATION Plant and Equipment Computer equipment............................................................. — 445 000 444 982

Other Services Payments to Australian Capital Territory clients of the Defence Service Homes Corporation adversely affected by the sale of the loans business to W estpac.......................... 7 300 7 300

— 452 300 452 282

Total: Department of Veterans’ A f f a i r s ................ 27 412 000 41 743 300 37 996 544

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DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Division 848.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES

1.—Acquisitions, Buildings and Works 01. Construction of Departmental facilities......................

The Australian National University—Approved Cap­ ital program s..............................................................

Australian Maritime College—Approved Capital p r o g r a m s ..................................................................

2.—Plant and Equipment 01. Computer equipment

3.—The Canberra College of Advanced Education—For ex­ penditure under the Canberra College o f Advanced Education Act 1967 ................................................

Total: Division 848

Division 849.—PAYMENTS TO OR FOR THE STATES, THE NORTHERN TERRITORY AND THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

01. Remote Areas Program for Aboriginals ..................

02. National scheme to facilitate the supply of teachers in Aboriginal schools................................................

03. For the purpose of the States Grants (Aboriginal Assistance) Act 1976—Recurrent funding for e d u c a tio n ..................................................................

04. Vocationally Oriented Adult Education and Literacy Program ..................................................................

05. Special retention rate measures for schools . . . . Community Employment P r o g r a m ..........................

Assistance to the steel r e g io n s ...................................

Payment to New South Wales for special building assistance to St Spyridon’s College ......................

Non-Government schools Northern Territory—Assist­ ance for approved capital p ro g ra m s ......................

Total: Division 849

1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

378 000 — —

— 6 331 000 6 317 499

— 281 000 271 769

378 000 6 612 000 6 589 268

1 697 000 11 861 000 11 860 999

4 879 000 — —

6 954 000 18 473 000 18 450 267

1 250 000 1 250 000 1 151 059

401 100 351 500 334 320

20 226 900 13 457 400 12 958 297

4 836 000 2 036 000

1 300 000 1 410 000

153 000 1 410 000

— 1 450 000 1 450 000

— 171 100 170 789

28 750 000 19 390 000 17 627 465

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Division 851.—OTHER SERVICES

$ $ $

01. Overseas students postgraduate research scholarships 02. National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition— 1 700 000 ' ----- —

Innovative projects ................................................ 510 000 — —

03. International Literacy Y e a r ....................................... 1 403 000 — —

04. Asian studies teacher t r a i n i n g ...................................

St Patrick’s and St Joseph’s Business Colleges— 476 000 — —

Transitional a s s is ta n c e ....................................... — 300 000 300 000

Total: Division 851

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES—AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Non-Government Schools, Australian Capital Terri­ tory-Assistance for approved capital programs (for

payment to the Australian Capital Territory Trust

4 089 000 300 000 300 000

A c c o u n t) ..................................................................

Higher Education (for payment to the Australian 1 661 000 1 608 391

Capital Territory Trust A c c o u n t)..........................

Government Schools—Assistance for capital pro­ grams (for payment to the Australian Capital Ter-1 080 000 1 080 000

ritory Trust A c c o u n t ) ............................................ — 1 406 000 1 397 000

— 4 147 000 4 085 391

Total: Department of Employment, Education and T r a in in g ........................................................... 39 793 000 42 310 000 40 463 123

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DEPARTMENT OF ABORIGINAL AFFAIRS

Division 856.—PAYMENTS TO OR FOR THE STATES, THE NORTHERN TERRITORY AND THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

1.—For the purpose of the States Grants (Aboriginal Assistance) A ct 1976.................................................

2.—Assistance to the Northern Territory for Aboriginal Advancement..............................................................

Total: Division 856

1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

21 650 000 32 775 000 24 365 733

7 110 000 6 813 667 6 813 667

28 760 000 39 588 667 31 179 400

Division 857.—OTHER SERVICES 01. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission— Establishment costs..................................................... 8 904 000

02. Proposed treaty between the Commonwealth and Aboriginal people—Funding for consultations . . 250 000

Total: Division 857 9 154 000 — —

CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES Acquisitions, Buildings, Works, Plant and Equipment Construction of Departmental f a c i l i t i e s .......................... 68 544

Equity Advances and Loans Establishment costs and funding in relation to a body that will be known as the Aboriginal Economic Development C o rp o ratio n ........................................................................... 10 000 000

— 10 068 544 —

Total: Department of Aboriginal A f f a ir s ................ 37 914 000 49 657 211 31 179 400

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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

$ $ $

Division 864.- CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES'

1.—Acquisitions, Buildings, Works, Plant and Equipment 01. Department of Finance................................................

02. Australian Audit O ffice................................................

03. Construction of Departmental facilities......................

3 300 000 2 889 000 789 000

2 371 822 5 170 000

2 067 065 5 166 833

Total: Division 864 6 978 000 7 541 822 7 233 898

Division 865. PAYMENTS TO OR FOR THE STATES, THE NORTHERN TERRITORY AND THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY 01. Natural disaster relief and re s to ra tio n ......................

02. Payments to Tasmania in relation to the termination of the Gordon River Power Development, Stage T w o ..........................................................................

15 000 000

33 608 000

62 028 400

32 670 000

62 028 319

31 097 127

Total: Division 865 48 608 000 94 698 400 93 125 446

OTHER SERVICES Payment to former employees of the Commonwealth Accommodation and Catering Service Limited in lieu of Superannuation benefits..................................................... 3 730 000 2 144 584

Total: Department of Finance 55 586 000 105 970 222 102 503 928

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Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

ADVANCE TO THE MINISTER FOR FINANCE

Division 868.—ADVANCE TO THE MINISTER FOR FINANCE To enable the Minister for Finance: (a) to make advances that will be recovered during the

financial year; (b) to make money available for expenditure: (i) that the Minister for Finance is satisfied is

expenditure that is urgently required and: (A) was unforeseen until after the last day on which it was practicable to include

appropriation for that expenditure in the Bill for this Act before the introduction of that Bill into the House of Representatives; or (B) was erroneously omitted from, or understated

in, the Bill for this Act; and (ii) particulars of which will afterwards be submitted to the Parliament; including payments by way of financial assistance to

a State, the Northern Territory or the Australian Capital Territory on such terms and conditions, if any, as the Minister for Finance determines; and (c) to make money available for expenditure, pending

authorisation under section 32 of the Audit Act 1901 in relation to that ex penditure................................... 140 000 000 140 000 000

* Expenditure is shown under the appropriation to which it has been charged.

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Appropriation Expenditure

DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE

Division 873.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES

1.—Acquisitions, Buildings, Works, Plant and Equipment

$ $ $

01. Computer equipment.....................................................

02. Australian International Development Assistance 823 000 450 000

Bureau—Computer e q u ip m e n t.............................. 477 000 — —

Construction of Departmental facilities...................... — 14 000 —

Total: Division 873

Division 875.—OTHER SERVICES 01. Australia-Indonesia Institute (for payment to the

1 300 000 464 000

Australia-Indonesia Institute Trust Account) . . . 02. Australian participation in COCOM (the international committee co-ordinating export controls on strategic

800 000

goods and te c h n o lo g y )............................................

03. France—Bicentenary gift (including payment to The 101 000

Australia-France Endowment Trust Account) . . 1 200 000 — —

04. New Zealand 1990 celebration...................................

05. Australian National University workshop on the 200 000 —

security of Oceania in the 1990’s—Grant . . . .

United Nations Transitional Advisory Group (Supervision of elections in Namibia) —

10 000

C ontribution ............................................................. — 8 017 400 7 948 204

Evacuation of Australian citizens from China . . . — 485 000 454 009

Total: Division 875 2 311 000 8 502 400 8 402 213

Total: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade . 3 611 000 8 966 400 8 402 213

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DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION, LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND ETHNIC AFFAIRS

Division 902.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES L—Acquisitions, Buildings, Works, Plant and Equipment 01. Computer equipment................................................

02. Adult migrant education c e n t r e s ..........................

03. Migrant on-arrival acco m m o d atio n ......................

04. Acquisition of sites and build in g s...........................

Construction of Departmental facilities..................

$ $ $

3 708 000 870 000 790 000 258 000

6311 000 830 000 1 167 000 955 000

898 000

6 308 003 549 724 1 018 874 540 000

50 667

Total: Division 902 5 626 000 10 161 000 8 467 268

Division 903.—PAYMENTS TO OR FOR THE STATES, THE NORTHERN TERRITORY AND THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY 01. Translator and interpreter s e r v i c e s .......................... 1402 000 1334 000 834 766

02. Supervision and welfare support for refugee minors without parents in A u stra lia ................................... 342 000 347 000 339 520

Total: Division 903 1 744 000 1 681 000 1 174 286

Division 904.—OTHER SERVICES 01. Pilot access and equity projects................................... 250 000

02. Public information program to improve community attitudes towards migration . ............................... 200 000

03. Grants to community agencies for services to students from the People’s Republic of C h in a...................... 100 000

Total: Division 904 550 000 — —

Total: Department of Immigration, Local Government and Ethnic A ffa ir s .................... 7 920 000 11 842 000 9 641 554

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

Division 910.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES

2.—Advances and Loans 01. Australian Government personnel—Central Office compulsory transfers—Housing loans...................... 100 000 375 000

Plant and Equipment Commission for the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compen­ sation of Commonwealth Employees—For expenditure under the Commonwealth Employees’ Rehabilitation

and Compensation Act 1988............................................ 3 850 000 3 850 000

Total: Division 910 100 000 4 225 000 3 850 000

Total: Department of Industrial Relations . . . . 100 000 4 225 000 3 850 000

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Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY, TECHNOLOGY AND COMMERCE

Division 915.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES 1.—Buildings, Works, Plant and Equipment 01. Patent, Trade Marks and Designs O f f ic e ................. 774 100 689 550 684 762

3.—Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisa­ tion—For expenditure under the Australian Nu­ clear Science and Technology Organisation Act 1987 .......................................................................... 11086 100 9 771200 9 771200

5.—Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Or­ ganisation—For expenditure under the Science and Industry Research Act 1949 ................................... 8 696 500 18 006 100 18 006 100

Australian Institute of Marine Science—For expenditure under the Australian Institute o f Marine Science Act 1972...................................................................... — 800 000 800 000

Total: Division 915 20 556 700 29 266 850 29 262 062

Division 916.—PAYMENTS TO OR FOR THE STATES, THE NORTHERN TERRITORY AND THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY 01. National Industry Extension Service.......................... 8 791 000 8 045 300 8 045 300

Division 917.—OTHER SERVICES 01. Bounty and advances on account of bounty, under the Bounty (Ships) Act 1989 ................................... 25 508 300

02. Metals Based Engineering P r o g r a m .......................... 2 400 000

03. Vendor Qualification S c h e m e ................................... 2 500 000

Total: Division 917 30 408 300

Division 918.—AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMS SERVICE 1.—Capital Works and Services 01. Plant and equipment.................................................... 3 072 000 5 179 000 5 027 292

02. Buildings and w o r k s .................................................... 654 000 1 037 000 386 898

3 726 000 6 216 000 5 414 190

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Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

2.—Equity, Advances and Loans 01. Tradegate Australia Limited A dvance...................... 170 000 85 000 —

Total: Division 918 3 896 000 6 301 000 5414 190

Total: Department of Industry, Technology and C o m m e r c e ........................................................ 63 652 000 43 613 150 42 721 552

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Appropriation Expenditure

DEPARTMENT OF PRIMARY INDUSTRIES AND ENERGY

Division 930.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES 1.—Acquisitions, Buildings, Works, Plant and Equipment

$ $ $

01. Departmental plant and e q u ip m e n t..........................

02. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geo-2 512 000 5 637 200 4911 251

physics—Plant and e q u ip m e n t.............................. 2 257 000 2 858 000 2 797 836

03. Construction of Departmental facilities...................... 2 197 000 2 667 000 2 551 017

2.—Murray-Darling Basin Commission—For expenditure under the Murray-Darling Basin Act 1983 and for a natural resources management strategy

6 966 000 11 162 200 10 260 104

01. Capital p r o g r a m .........................................................

02. Contribution to salinity mitigation works and 687 000 663 000 662 703

measures......................................................................

03. Contribution to natural resources management strat-2 891 000 1 710 000 1 710 000

egy works and measures............................................ 3 000 000 — —

Advances and Loans Loans to the Pipeline Authority under the Pipeline

6 578 000 2 373 000 2 372 703

Authority Act 1973 ................................................ — 4 692 000 —

Total: Division 930

Division 931.—PAYMENTS TO OR FOR THE STATES, THE NORTHERN TERRITORY AND THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY 1.—Industries Development

01. Payment to the Northern Territory in lieu of uranium

13 544 000 18 227 200 12 632 807

royalties...................................................................... 2 913 000 3 915 000 3 210 634

02. Tasmanian wheat freight s u b s id y .............................. 3 100 000 — —

03. Sugar industry a ssista n c e ............................................

04. Torres Strait Fisheries Program—Payments to 3 041 000 6 613 000 2 921 867

Queensland for purchase of capital items . . . .

05. Payment to New South Wales for Coal Freight Rate 1 296 000 1 336 000 40 000

Efficiency S ch em e.................................................... 10 000 000 10 000 000 —

20 350 000 21 864 000 6 172 501

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1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

J—Infrastructure and Support 01. For expenditure under the Federal Water Resources Assistance Program, for the purposes of the Na­ tional Water Resources (Financial Assistance) Act

1978 and for the purposes of financial assistance agreements between the Commonwealth and the Northern Territory in relation to development and

$ $ $

management of water resources............................... 49 447 000 52 188 000 34 689 239

02. National Soil Conservation P rogram .......................... 16 500 000 7 900 000 7 900 000

03. National Afforestation Program...................................

04. Rural adjustment under an Act providing for financial 8 106 000 4 450 000 3 849 614

assistance to the States and the Northern Territory 54 600 000 55 400 000 53 262 680

05. Commonwealth/Tasmania Forest Industry Package 06. Rehabilitation of former mine sites—payment to the 11 500 000 8 550 000 8 000 000

Northern Territory ................................................

Assistance to users of fertilisers—being fertilisers sub­ ject to dumping duties, agras and double super-1 000 000 p h o sp h a te ..................................................................

Northern Territory Electricity Supply—Operational — 19 000 000 4 018 266

assistance g r a n t .........................................................

i

— 50 920 000 50 890 361

i.—Research and Assessment 01. Bovine Brucellosis and Tuberculosis Eradication Cam-

141 153 000 198 408 000 162 610 160

p a ig n ........................................................................... 10 045 000 11 400 000 9 424 983

! 02. Export Research G r a n t s ............................................

03. Exotic Disease Preparedness Program—Feral animal 160 000 160 000 157 775

c o n t r o l ....................................................................... 185 000 174 000 173 999

04. Australian Capital Territory—Rural assistance . . . Conservation of plant genetic resources—Contribu-119 000 132 000 98 935

tion to upgrading of storage facilities ................. — 148 000 147 780

Costs of destruction of recalled organochlorine stocks — 1 000 000 1 000 000

10 509 000 13 014 000 11 003 472

Total: Division 931

Division 932.—OTHER SERVICES

172 012 000 233 286 000 179 786 133

01. South East Forests P a c k a g e ........................................

Feasibility study for a national radioactive waste 500 000 —

re p o sito ry .................................................................. — 100 000 100 000

Total: Division 932 500 000 100 000 100 000

Total: Department of Primary Industries and E n e r g y ............................................................... 186 056 000 251 613 200 192 518 941

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Division 937.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES 1.—Buildings, Works, Plant and Equipment 01. Governor-General’s Office and establishments . 02. Construction of Departmental facilities . . . .

03. Official establishments, other than Governor-General’s residences.........................................................

Total: Division 937

Division 939.—OTHER SERVICES 01. Australian National University research project on Ethics in Government in Australia—Contribution 02. Rainforest Foundation—C o n trib u tio n ......................

Preliminary establishment and funding costs in relation to a Commission proposed to be established to inquire into, and report to the Government upon, resource m atters.........................................................

Total: Division 939

PAYMENTS TO OR FOR THE STATES, THE NORTHERN TERRITORY AND THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Commonwealth/State Bicentennial Commemorative

Program......................................................................

Total: Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.......................................................

1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

650 700 608 375 401 666

451 000 —

-

630 000 ■ —

1 731 700 608 375 401 666

13 300 250 000

— 135 000 125 723

263 300 135 000 125 723

7 947 000 7 140 076

1 995 000 8 690 375 7 667 465

26 226 000 26 053 000 12 503 989

5 000 000 —

1

100 000 — —I

1 000 000 ' — —I

6 100 000 — —

32 326 000 26 053 000 12 503 989

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SECURITY

Division 948.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES

1.—Acquisitions, Buildings, Works, Plant and Equipment 01. Computer equipment................................................

Division 950.—OTHER SERVICES 01. Child care expenses for sole parents undergoing tra in in g ......................................................................

02. Australian Financial Counselling and Credit Reform Association—Grant to establish a clearing house on investment a d v ic e ....................................................

Federal Bureau of Consumer Affairs—Grant for financial counselling services...................................

03.

Total: Division 950

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1988-89

1989-90 --------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS

Division 972.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES 1.—Acquisitions, Buildings, Works, Plant and Equipment 01. Departmental plant and e q u ip m e n t...........................

02. Buildings and works—D epartm ental..........................

03. Second Sydney Airport land acquisition and works

6 862 000 1 395 000 91 097 000

8 714 000 16 561 000 15 855 000

4 682 711 10 118 950 13 672 107

99 354 000 41 130 000 28 473 768

2.—Australian National Railways Commission 01. Non-interest bearing advance for revitalisation of Islington Railway Workshops...................................

Payment of interest bearing a d v a n c e s ......................

8 000 000 5 411 000

1 933 000

5411 000 1 933 000

8 000 000 7 344 000 7 344 000

Total: Division 972 107 354 000 48 474 000 35 817 768

'Division 973.—CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES— BROADCASTING AND TELEVISION 1.—For payment to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation 01. General activities—Domestic s e r v i c e s ......................

1

15 300 000 38 857 000 20 950 000

i 2.—Provision and installation of radio and television trans­

mitters and ancillary buildings, works and techni­ cal equipment for national broadcasting . . . . 41 097 000 24 166 000 20 823 262

Total: Division 973 56 397 000 63 023 000 41 773 262

Division 975.—OTHER SERVICES 01. Shipping Industry Reform P ro g ra m ...........................

02. Waterfront Industry Reform P r o g r a m ......................

03. Payment to the Civil Aviation Authority for noise regulation and curfew e n fo rc e m e n t......................

Establishment costs of an independent telecommunic­ ations regulatory authority........................................

15 000 000 37 900 000

1 500 000

1 500 000 216610

Total: Division 975 54 400 000 1 500 000 216 610

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1988-89

1989-90 -------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

PAYMENTS TO OR FOR THE STATES, THE NORTHERN TERRITORY AND THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Australian Capital Territory—Payment of fuel excise

collected under the Australian Centennial Roads Development Act 1988 (for payment to the Australian Capital Territory Trust Account) . . , 6 500 000 6 500 000

For expenditure under the Railway Agreement (Western Australia) Act 1 9 6 1 ...............................

Payment of penalties resulting from State prosecutions

383 000

.

under section 56 (2) (d) of the Interstate Road Transport Act 1985 ................................................ 1 000 000 _

Australian Capital Territory - payment of registration charges collected under the Interstate Road Transport Charge Act 1985 (for payment to the Australian Capital Territory Trust Account) . . . — 65 018 65 017

— 7 948 018

{

6 565 017

Total: Department of Transport and Communications............................................... 218 151 000 120 945 018 84 372 657

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DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY Division 976. -CAPITAL WORKS AND SERVICES 1.—Acquisitions, Buildings, Works, Plant and Equipment 01. Royal Australian Mint plant and equipment . . .

02. Construction of Departmental facilities..................

03. Insurance and Superannuation Commission . . .

Total: Division 976

Division 977.—PAYMENTS TO OR FOR THE STATES, THE NORTHERN TERRITORY AND THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY 01. Program transfer assistance grants...............................

02. Northern Territory—Commonwealth contribution to the Northern Territory Debt Sinking Fund . . . 03. Northern Territory—Payment of interest on Northern Territory Debt Sinking Fund b a la n c e s ..................

04. Australian Capital Territory—General revenue grant (including payments to the Australian Capital Territory Transitional Funding Trust Account) . . 05. Australian Capital Territory—General purpose capital

grant (including payments to the Australian Capital Territory Transitional Funding Trust Account) . . 06. Australian Capital Territory—General-purpose capital advance (including payments to the Australian

Capital Territory Transitional Funding Trust A c c o u n t) ..................................................................

07. Australian Capital Territory—Financial assistance grant for local government purposes (including payments to the Australian Capital Territory Transitional Funding Trust Account)......................

08. Tasmania—Capital grant for industrial development Northern Territory—General revenue grant . . . . Northern Territory—General purpose capital grant . Victoria—Capital grant for transport improvement .

Australian Capital T erritory—Semi-government borrowing program (for payment to the Australian Capital Territory Trust A c c o u n t)..........................

Australian Capital Territory—Housing advance (for payment to the Australian Capital Territory Trust A c c o u n t) ..................................................................

Australian Capital T erritory—Special revenue assistance grant (for payment to the Australian Capital Territory Trust A c c o u n t)..........................

Australian Capital T erritory—Special revenue assistance—Program transfer assistance grant (for payment to the Australian Capital Territory Trust A c c o u n t) ..................................................................

South Australia - Capital grant for water treatment p ro je c ts......................................................................

1988-89

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $

600 000 1 506 000 1 502 298

327 000 2 161 000 873 436

960 000 432 000 254 744

1 887 000 4 099 000 2 630 478

26 000 49 901 000 49 901 000

1 620 000 1 700 000 1 617 348

125 000 125 000 124 556

410 564 000 418 916 000 416 931 830

31 815 000 46 832 000 46 782 000

24 748 000 22 039 000 21 989 000

12 149 000 11 310 000 11 290 653

10 500 000 — —

— 314 482 000 289 708 000

— 21 924 000 14 331 000

— 50 000 000 50 000 000

— 50 873 000 25 000 000

— 7 067 000 7 067 000

— 12 348 000 12 348 000

— 563 000 563 000

— 50 000 000 50 000 000

Total: Division 977 491 547 000 1 058 080 000 997 653 387

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1988-89

1989-90 ------------------------------------------

Appropriation Expenditure

$ $ $ 1

Division 978.—OTHER SERVICES 01. Interest on balances of the Australian Capital Terri­ tory Transitional Funding Trust Account (for pay­ ment to the Australian Capital Territory

Transitional Funding Trust A c c o u n t ) .................

Costs associated with an information program for new business and superannuation taxation arrange­ ments ..........................................................................

1 350 000

1 000 000

4 !

475 770 1

Total: Division 978 1 350 000 1 000 000 475 770

Division 979.—AUSTRALIAN BUREAU OF STATISTICS 1.—Capital Works and Services 01. Plant and equipm ent..................................................... 3 155 000 11 037 000 11 026017

02. Construction of f a c ilitie s ............................................ 1 333 000 — —

Total: Division 979 4 488 000 11 037 000 11 026 017

Division 980.—AUSTRALIAN TAXATION OFFICE 1.—Capital Works and Services 01. Plant and equipm ent..................................................... 63 056 000 40 961 000 14 228 852

02. Construction of f a c ilitie s ............................................ 1 257 000 454 000 274 486

Total: Division 980 64 313 000 41 415 000 14 503 338

Total: Department of the T r e a s u r y ........................ 563 585 000 1 115 631 000 1 026 288 990

C H A PTER 3

T H E LO A N F U N D Section 55 of the Audit Act 1901 provides that a separate account, called the Loan Fund, shall be kept of all moneys raised by way of loan upon the public credit of the Commonwealth, other than moneys raised by way of advances made by banks in pursuance of agreements under section 20 of the Act. The Fund is kept under separate heads as are specified in the Loan Acts under the authority of which the moneys are raised. Moneys standing to the credit of the Loan Fund may be expended

only under the authority of an Act.

A summary of the receipts and payments of the Loan Fund for 1988-89 together with estimated payments for 1989-90 is set out in Table 8. The table shows the net movement only for issues and redemptions of Treasury Bills and Treasury Notes.

The Parliament has power to make laws for borrowing money under section 51 (iv) of the Commonwealth o f Australia Constitution Act 1901. Financial agreements between the Commonwealth and the States provide for the establishment of the Australian Loan Council which determines the annual borrowing programs for the year, the allocation of loan funds and the arrangements for conversion, renewal or redemption of the public debt of the Commonwealth and of the States. No borrowings are made otherwise than in accordance with the provisions of the agreements except

borrowings for defence and for temporary purposes which are expressly excluded from those provisions. Subject to minor exceptions, the Commonwealth Government ar­ ranges all borrowings and redemptions on behalf of the State Governments. Securities issued for borrowings include Treasury Bonds, Treasury Indexed Bonds

and Treasury Notes issued in accordance with the Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Act 1911. Securities overseas are issued in accordance with the Loans Securities Act 1919. Details are published in Budget Related Paper No. 1 ‘Government Securities on Issue at 30 June 1989’.

Treasury Bonds and Treasury Indexed Bonds are marketable securities issued by periodic tender and may be freely transferred throughout Australia. Treasury Bonds are medium to long term securities which carry a rate of interest fixed over the life of the security payable on the face (or par) value of the security and are repayable at

face value on maturity. Treasury Indexed Bonds are also medium to long term securities and are issued in two forms—Interest Indexed Bonds and Capital Indexed Bonds. Interest Indexed Bonds carry a nominal rate of interest which varies over time

according to movements in the Consumer Price Index and are repayable at face value on maturity. For Capital Indexed Bonds, the nominal value of the securities, on which a fixed rate of interest applies, varies over time according to movements in the Consumer Price Index. Australian Savings Bonds which were last issued in 1987 were

fixed interest medium to long term securities which may be redeemed by the holder on giving one month’s notice. Treasury Notes are issued by periodic tenders (usually weekly), are transferable and are redeemable at par on maturity at periods of either 13 weeks or 26 weeks. Treasury Bonds, Treasury Indexed Bonds, and Treasury Notes

may be freely transferred throughout Australia. Internal Treasury Bills represent an investment of Trust Fund cash surpluses to cover deficits in the Consolidated Revenue Fund.

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Interest on securities is a charge on the Consolidated Revenue Fund. Details, together with other debt charges, are shown under Department of the Treasury— Special Appropriations.

RECEIPTS Loans raised in Australia— Treasury Bills and Treasury Notes Borrowings shown in Table 8 include Treasury Bills and Treasury Notes. Where 1 there is an increase in the amount of Treasury Bills or Notes on issue at the end of a financial year as compared with the previous year-end, the borrowings must be applied for defence purposes or charged to an approved Loan Council Program.

PAYMENTS States— Borrowing Program Table 8 includes details of the disbursement of borrowings for and on behalf of the States in accordance with the borrowing program approved by the Loan Council. Such disbursements include State Domestic Raisings.

TABLE 8 Estimated Receipts and Payments from Loan Fund

Receipts Loans raised in Australia— Australian Savings B o n d s ...............................

Stocks and B o n d s ............................................

Indexed Bonds ................................................

Treasury Notes (b) ............................................

Income Equalization Deposits...........................

Treasury Bills— Internal (b) .....................................................

Peace Savings C ertificates...............................

Total D o m estic.....................................................

Total O v e r s e a s .....................................................

Premiums on Issue of Commonwealth Securities— Treasury B o n d s ................................................

Total Loan Fund R eceipts...................................

Payments Loan (Income Equalization Deposits) Act 1976 Loan Flotation E x p e n s e s ...................................

Redemptions— Loans Redemption and Conversion Act 1921 — Australian Savings B o n d s ..........................

Special B o n d s................................................

Stocks and B o n d s ........................................

O t h e r ..............................................................

Sub-Total Redemptions A u s tra lia ......................

Redemptions Japan ........................................

Redemptions United States...............................

Redemptions S w itz e rla n d ...............................

Sub-Total Redemptions O v e rs e a s ......................

Total Redemptions................................................

Discounts on Treasury Bonds Redeemed . . . Discounts on Overseas Securities Redeemed . . Total Loan Fund P a y m e n ts ...............................

Estimates Actuals

1989-90 1988-89

$ $

(a) (a) 2 470 532 825

(a) —

(a) 1 445 699 622

122 000 000 494 200

(a) 1 924 000 000

(a) 73

(a) 5 840 726 720

(a) —

(a) 31 195 798

n.a. 5 871 922 518

122 000 000 494 200

235 000 361 696

(a) 749 601 050

(«) 127 480

(a) 4 169 553 588

(a) 18 353 000

(a) 4 937 635 118

(a) 549 818 949

(a) 175 173 015

(a) 151 560 630

(a) 876 552 594

(a) 5 814 187 712

(a) 40 585 858

(a) 16 273 148

n.a. 5 871 046 718

(a) A detailed breakdown cannot be reliably provided at this stage. However, other expenditures from Loan Fund, classified as financing transactions, are shown in aggregate form in Table 1 and can be obtained progressively from the Statement of Commonwealth Financial Transactions published monthly by the Minister for Finance. (b) Net movement.

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C H A PTER 4

T R U S T F U N D Section 60 of the Audit Act 1901 provides that a separate account, to be called the Trust Fund, shall be kept of all moneys which shall be placed to the credit of that Fund under such separate heads as may be directed by the Minister for Finance. The Minister is also empowered under section 62A of the Act to establish trust accounts and to define the purposes for which they are established. Trust accounts are also established by specific legislation. Moneys standing to the credit of trust accounts are deemed to be moneys of the Trust Fund. In accordance with section 61 of the

Act, moneys standing to the credit of the Trust Fund may be expended only for the purposes of such Fund or under the authority of an Act. The Minister for Finance may, pursuant to section 62B of the Audit Act 1901, invest moneys standing to the credit of the Trust Fund in specified kinds of invest­ ments. Investments of the Trust Fund (excluding National Debt Sinking Fund, certain investments of the Loans Consolidation and Investment Reserve (LCIR) and the Superannuation Fund) are deemed by section 62B(2) of the Audit Act 1901 to be invested in the corporate name of “The Minister for Finance of the Commonwealth”. Investments of certain balances standing to the credit of the LCIR are deemed to be in the corporate name of “The Treasurer of the Commonwealth” pursuant to section 6(3) of the Loan Consolidation and Investment Reserve Act 1955. Legal advice is that investments and the liquidation of those investments involve ‘payments’ and ‘receipts’ for the purposes of section 50(1) of the Audit Act 1901. However, in the interests of informative and meaningful reporting, information concerning expenditure and receipts in the following table only reflects non-investment activities.

Interest received from investments is paid to the Consolidated Revenue Fund unless another Act specifically provides for it to be paid direct to the relevant account within the Trust Fund or the Minister has directed that it shall be dealt with in some other manner, ie for payment to a Trust Account.

In Table 9 and in the departmental statements the heads of trust fund and trust accounts comprising the Trust Fund are classified into the following 4 groups. Group 1 is for ‘trustee type’ moneys which are held in trust for persons and authorities other than the Commonwealth. Examples are the General Insurance

Deposits for security deposits lodged in accordance with the Insurance (Deposits) Act 1932; Other Trust Moneys for moneys temporarily held in trust for other persons; Superannuation Fund for contributions paid by contributors under the Superannuation Act 1976; and Income Equalization Deposits for proceeds of loans raised under the Loan (Income Equalization Deposits) Act 1976. Group 2 is for the working accounts of Commonwealth Government factories and

other quasi-commercial activities including printing, publications and certain stores and transport operations. Examples are the Australian Government Publishing Service Trust Account for the payment of operational costs of the Australian Government Publishing Service and the Transport and Storage Trust Account for the payment of salaries, wages and other expenses in connection with the provision of passenger transport, removal and storage and freight services to Commonwealth 1 departments and agencies. Group 3 is for moneys held in trust to meet future expenditure. Examples are the

Loan Consolidation and Investment Reserve for repurchasing or redeeming secu­ rities which represent a portion of the public debt of the Commonwealth and the

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Australian Land Transport Trust Account primarily to provide financial assistance to the States and the Northern Territory for expenditure on construction and maintenance of roads. The remaining accounts relate mainly to stabilisation funds and research funds for certain sections of primary industry. Group 4 comprises the National Debt Sinking Fund which, although not estab­

lished as a head of the Trust Fund under section 60 of the Audit Act 1901 nor as a Trust Account under section 62A of the Act, is, pursuant to section 7 of the National Debt Sinking Fund Act 1966, an account to be maintained within the Trust Fund. The fund was established to meet expenditure on the repurchase or

redemption by the National Debt Commission in reduction of the public debt of the Commonwealth and the States.

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TABLE 9

Estimates of Receipts and Payments of the Trust Fund

Group 1 Moneys Held in Trust for Persons and Authorities other than the Commonwealth Estimates 1989-90 Actuals 1988-89

Receipts Payments Receipts Payments

$ $ $ $

22 721 000 22 650 000 21 838 584 26 158 249

144 282 650 144 868 066

420 000 000 420 000 000 536 090 810 536 090S10

8 000 000 8000 000 7 988 827 7 858 964

1 000 000 1 000 000 16 252 176 17 519 304

- — 196 809 154 218

- — 8 672 47 819

2 600 000 2 600 000 700 000 637 634

35 000 000 39 235 000 37 376 268 67 979 391

201 000 200 000 200 121 147 201

— — 908 333 685 412

2213 5 623

— — 307 170 314 340

- - 494 632 1 028 798

— 21 583 —

32 000 000 32 000 000 32 189 646 27 867 787

10 800 000 10 800 000 5 403 687 5 626 554

1 057 000 1 057 000 5 223 524 5 205 378

1 000 1 000 1 551 677

250 000 000 250 000 000 137 064 433 137 589 570

32 000 32 000 2 949 124 642

— — 37 560 388 32 407 229

122 000 000 14 000 000 494 200 5 413 300

97 800 000 97 800 000 55 964 220 55 951 571

62 850 000 62 850 000 60 269 032 59 411 137

4 000 000 4 000 000 4 206 104 1 442 803

13 000 000 13 000 000 17 938 117 16 821 724

650 543 569 174

___ — — 1 150

_ — 45 310 45 605

1 300 000 2 300 000 1 252 349 275 435

. ---- — 26 500 24

— — 4 882 4 882

Aboriginals B e n e f i t ....................................................................

Aboriginal Affairs—Services for other governments and non-departmental b o d i e s ..............................................................

ACT Administration—Services for other governments and non-deparmental b o d i e s ........................................................

ACT G o v e r n m e n t ....................................................................

Arts, Sports, the Environment, Tourism and Territories— Services for other governments and non-departmental b o d ies..........................................................................................

Administrative Services—Services for other governments and non-departmental b o d ie s........................................................

Attorney-General's Departm ents—Services for other gov­ ernments and non-departmental b o d i e s ............................

Australian Capital Territory Motor Vehicle Dealers’ C o m p e n s a tio n .........................................................................

Australian Electoral Commission—Services for other gov­ ernments and non-departmental b o d i e s ............................

Australian International Development Assistance Bureau— Services for other government and non-departmental b o d ies..........................................................................................

Australian Film I n d u s t r y ........................................................

Australian Housing R e s e a r c h ...................................................

Australian National Maritime M u s e u m ..................................

Canberra Public Library Service—Literary Material for the H a n d i c a p p e d .........................................................................

Christmas I s l a n d .........................................................................

Common Investment Fund Equalization Account . . , Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference Contributions Community Services and H ealth—Services for other gov­ ernments and non-departmental b o d i e s ............................

Companies Liquidation A c c o u n t .............................................

Defence Projects for other governments and international b o d ies..........................................................................................

Defence—Services for non-departmental bodies . . . .

Employment, Education and Training—Services for other governments and non-departmental b o d i e s .......................

Endowments—Community Services and Health . . . . D e f e n c e ..............................................................

Finance—Services for other governments and non-depart-mental b o d i e s .........................................................................

General Insurance D e p o s i t s ...................................................

Health Benefits R e -in s u ra n c e ...................................................

Income Equalization D e p o sits...................................................

Industrial Relations—Services for other governments and non- departmental b o d i e s ...................................................

Industry, Technology and Commerce (A U STR A D E)— Services for other governments and non-departmental b o d ies..........................................................................................

Industry Technology and Commerce—Australia/Japan Joint Feasibility Study into the Multifunction Polis Proposal . Industry, Technology and Commerce—Projects for other Governments and International b o d i e s ............................

Industry, Technology and Commerce—Services for other governments and non-departmental b o d i e s .......................

Last Film S e a r c h .........................................................................

Life Be In It program in the Australian Capital Territory National Film and Sound Archive F u n d ............................

National Youth Affairs Research S c h e m e ............................

Omega Navigation F a c ility ........................................................

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Table 9— Estimates of Receipts and Payments of the Trust Fund—continued

Group 1 Moneys Held in Trust for Persons and Authorities other than the Commonwealth—continued

Estimates 1989-90

Receipts Payments

Actuals 1988-89

Receipts Payments

$ $ $ $

Other Trust Moneys— Parliament Senate ..................................................................................... ___ _ _

House of R epresentatives................................................... — — 494 632 1 028 798

Joint House D e p a r tm e n t................................................... — — —

Aboriginal A f f a ir s .................................................................... 300 000 300 000 24 122 26 893

Administrative S e r v i c e s ............................ ............................ 2 814 000 2 823 000 7816414 6810912

Australian Electoral C o m m is sio n ........................................ 109 000 65 000 323 203 56 563

Arts, Sport, the Environment, Tourism and Territories 1 200 000 1 200 000 2 593 739 2 586 689

ACT A d m in is tra tio n ............................................................... _ _ 24 848 407 29 560 661

Attorney-General’s .............................................................. — — 556 147 42 696

Australian Federal P o lic e ................................................... 1 076 000 698 000 1 076 352 697 776

Director of Public P rosecutions........................................

Office of Parliamentary C o u n s e l .................................. — — — —

Trade Practices C om m ission.............................................. — — 39 107 44 892

Community Services and H e a l t h ........................................ — — 343 293 516 202

D e f e n c e ..................................................................................... 6 800 000 6 800 000 6 862 411 2 284 639

Employment, Education and T r a i n i n g ............................ 432 993 432 993 423 756 276 003

F i n a n c e ..................................................................................... 350 000 350 000 4 704 164 4 227 909

Australian Governm ent Retirement Benefits Office . 2 000 000 2 000 000 4 260 706 3 916 530

Foreign Affairs and T r a d e ................................................... 900 000 900 000 1 254 270 1 245 412

Australian International Development Assistance B u re a u ..................................................................................... — — 2 119 31 301

Immigration, Local Governm ent and Ethnic Affairs . . 40 000 200 000 340 298 234 250

Industrial R e l a t i o n s .............................................................. — — 214 455 174 944

Industry, Technology and C o m m erce.................................. 1 000 000 1 000 000 1 124 970 1 239 049

Australian Customs S e r v i c e ............................................. 26 000 000 24 000 000 25 907 648 66 782 282

Patents, Trade Marks and D e s i g n .................................. 1 200 000 1 200 000 967 184 1 085 373

Primary Industries and E n e rg y .............................................. 2 001 000 2 001 000 2 216 663 1 468 818

Prime Minister and C a b in e t................................................... — _ 927 1 436

Social S e c u r ity .......................................................................... — — 230 168 235 374

Transport and C o m m u n ic a tio n s ........................................ 20 000 20 000 1 738 523 2 150 735

T r e a s u r y ..................................................................................... 13 000 13 000 1 905 765 1 905 764

Australian Taxation O f f i c e ............................................. 400 000 400 000 316 386 6 992 095

Australian Bureau of S t a t i s t i c s ........................................ 5 000 5 000 4 923 5 759

Insurance and Superannuation Commission . . . . 2 000 2 000 — —

Veterans’ A f f a i r s .................................................................... 165 000 100 000 1 203 823 1 552 897

Defence Service H o m e s ................................................... 2 161 772 2 168 201

Political Exchange P r o g r a m ................................................... 31 000 31 000 29 500 —

Primary Industries and Energy—Services and Projects for other governments and non-departm ental and interna-tional b o d ie s .......................................................................... 1 000 000 1 000 000 995 717 825 732

Prime Minister and Cabinet—Services for other govern-ments and non-departmental b o d i e s ............................ — — — —

Private Health Insurance—Overseas S tu d e n ts ....................... — — 699 864 425 125

Public Trustee and C u s to d ia n ................................................... ___ ___ — —

Public Works and Other S ervices............................................. — 20 000 000 114 540 071 104 482 915

Ranger R e h a b i li t a t i o n .............................................................. 14 940 000 — 8 322 820 926 601

Repatriation—Overseas Administrations Benefits . . . . 26 425 000 26 775 000 22 139 370 22 233 355

Social Security—Overseas Administrations Benefits . . . — — — 271

—Victorian Governm ent Education Expense A l l o w a n c e ................................................... . -- — 2 189 258 2 169 76

Superannuation F u n d .............................................................. — — 579 069 920 578 808 63

Transport and Communications—Services for other govern-ments and non-departmental b o d i e s ............................ 284 764 000 284 524 000 273 007 601 272 781 08

Trustee Companies (ACT) D eposits........................................ 40 000 40 000 — -

Unclaimed Moneys (Trading B a n k s ) .................................. 550 000 400 000 623 261 402 21

Veterans’ Affairs—Services for other governments and non-departm ental b o d i e s ......................................................... 6 148 700 6 148 700 —

Young Endeavour Youth Program Operating Fund . . . 140 000 140 000 637 008 633 85

Total: Group 1 .............................................................. 1 141 514 693 1 037 384 693 2 181 121 529 2 206 754 55

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Table 9—Estimates of Receipts and Payments of the Trust Fund—continued Group 2 Working Accounts Covering Certain Factories, Stores and Services

Estimates 1989-90 Actuals 1988-89

Receipts Payments Receipts Payments

Artbank .....................................................................................

Australia-France E n d o w m e n t...................................................

Australia-lndonesia I n s t i t u t e ...................................................

Australian Capital T e r r i t o r y ...................................................

Australian Capital Territory F o r e s t r y ..................................

Australian Capital Territory Housing Assistance Fund . . Australian Capital Territory S u s p e n s e ..................................

Australian Capital Territory T r a n s p o r t..................................

Australian Construction S e rv ic e s.............................................

Australian Governm ent Publishing S erv ice............................

Australian Property G r o u p ........................................................

Australian Protective S e r v i c e ...................................................

Australian Survey and Land Information Group . . . .

Australian Uniform Building R e g u la tio n s ............................

Commonwealth Government S t o r e s ........................................

Construction S e r v i c e s ..............................................................

Garden Island Dockyard Trust A c c o u n t ............................

Governm ent Factories— Ammunition Factory, F o o t s c r a y ........................................

Clothing F a c t o r y ....................................................................

Explosives Factory, M a rib y rn o n g ........................................

Explosives Factory, M u l w a l a .............................................

Munitions Filling Factory, St M a r y s ..................................

Ordnance Factory, B endigo...................................................

Ordnance Factory, M a rib y r n o n g ........................................

Small Arms Factory, L ith g o w .............................................

Rehabilitation Services (C o m m o n w e a lth )............................

Repatriation C a n t e e n s ..............................................................

Repatriation Hospitals— Repatriation General Hospital, C o n c o rd ............................

Repatriation General Hospital, H e id le b e rg .......................

Repatriation General Hospital, H obart . . . . . .

Lady Davidson Repatriation H o s p i t a l ............................

Repatriation General Hospital, Daw P a r k .......................

Repatriation Hospital, M c L e o d .......................................

Repatriation General Hospital, H o lly w o o d .......................

Repatriation General Hospital, Greenslopes . . . .

Repatriation Hospital, K e n m o r e ........................................

Royal Australian Mint and C o in a g e .......................................

Transport and S t o r a g e ..............................................................

Transport and Storage G roup—Property Rationalisation

Total: Group 2 ..............................................................

$ $ $ $

1 100 000 1 100 000 — —

1 100 000 — — —

800 000 800 000 — —

— — 1 057 035 697 1 057 035 697

— — 8 681 981 9 097 305

— 83 202 432 92 254 544

— — — 89 751

— — 46 368 030 47 575 927

753 000 000 641 000 000 — —

69 550 000 73 200 000 76 662 487 68 724 005

836 500 000 787 000 000 — —

55 800 000 49 200 000 — —

111 461 000 107 500 000 — —

151 000 230 000 155 770 177 352

119 000 119 000 112 928 139 650

4 400 000 9 000 000 176 001 441 180 538 213

— — 151 624 783 159 872 982

_ 32 375 894 38 131 318

— — 22 567 307 24 376 722

13 200 000 13 200 000 16 627 328 18 417 909

— — 7 108 459 7 673 138

— — 50 810 458 58 882 351

— — 33 495 534 42 445 189

— — 44 711 988 49 428 849

— — 32 450 509 52 112 836

55 557 000 55 859 000 56 191 135 57 487 867

466 300 421 100 663 477 685375

130 597 600 130 597 600 121 208 087 119 846 863

88 414 300 88 414 300 85 590 059 84 632 749

15 535 700 15 535 700 14 634 536 13 985 019

13 473 400 13 473 400 11 473 845 11 092 855

44 485 900 44 485 900 42 668 922 42 685 015

6 459 700 6 459 700 5 784 615 5 542 389

49 734 600 49 734 600 49 173 379 46 828 865

65 363 000 65 363 000 63 247 883 62 474 091

3 512 800 3 512 800 3 173251 3 185 206

83 429 000 83 893 000 327 360 675 334 370 626

429 575 000 427 975 000 497 247 660 514 694 904

124 000 000 100 000 000 — —

902 228 300 2 712 215 100 3 062 526 716 3 147 312 035

Group 3 Other Moneys (Not in Groups 1 or 2) Held in Trust Under the Authority of Parliament to meet Future Payments

Table 9— Estimates of Receipts and Payments of the Trust Fund—continued

Estimates 1989-90 Actuals 1988-89

Receipts Payments Receipts Payments

Australia-China C o u n c il..............................................................

Australia Day P r o m o t i o n .........................................................

Australia-Japan F u n d ..............................................................

Australia-New Zealand F o u n d a tio n ........................................

Australian Bicentennial Road D e v e l o p m e n t .......................

Australian Capital Territory Community Development F u n d ...........................................................................................

Australian Capital Territory: Transitional Funding . . . Australian Centennial Road D e v e lo p m e n t............................

Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research Australian Environment Council F u n d ..................................

Australian Land T ra n s p o rt.........................................................

Australian Population and Migration Research Program Australian Special Rural R e s e a r c h ........................................

Barley R e s e a r c h ..........................................................................

Bass Strait Freight A d j u s t m e n t ..............................................

Building R esearch..........................................................................

Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics R e se a rc h .....................................................................................

Bureau of Tourism R e s e a r c h ...................................................

Chicken Meat R e search ..............................................................

Child S u p p o r t...............................................................................

Christmas Island Special F u n d .............................................

Coal Mining Industry Long Service L e a v e ............................

Coal R e se a rc h ...............................................................................

Cotton R e s e a r c h ..........................................................................

Cultural Ministers’ C o u n c il.........................................................

Dairying R e s e a r c h ....................................................................

Defence Science and Technology Organisation—Commer­ cial A c t i v i t i e s ..........................................................................

Defence Service H o m e s..............................................................

Defence Service Homes I n s u r a n c e ........................................

Defence Support Centre, Woomera . . . . . . . .

Dried Fruits R e s e a r c h ..............................................................

Energy R e s e a r c h ..........................................................................

Fedorczenko Legacy F u n d ............................................. ..... .

Fisheries D e v e lo p m e n t..............................................................

Fishing Industry R e s e a r c h .........................................................

Fishing Industry Research and D e v e lo p m e n t.......................

Forestry .....................................................................................

Grain Legumes R e s e a r c h .........................................................

G rape and Wine R e s e a rc h .........................................................

Higher Education Contribution S ch em e..................................

Honey R e s e a r c h .........................................................................

Housing Costs Action P r o g r a m .............................................

Interstate Road Transport C h a r g e s ........................................

Loan Consolidation and Investment R e s e r v e .......................

Medical Research Endowment F u n d ........................................

National Cattle Disease E ra d ic a tio n ........................................

National Energy Conservation Publicity Campaign . . . National Fisheries Adjustment P rogram ..................................

National Science and Technology C e n t r e ............................

National Soil Conservation P ro g ra m ........................................

Northern Territory Debt Sinking F u n d ..................................

Oilseeds R esearch..........................................................................

Pig Industry R e s e a r c h ..............................................................

Poultry I n d u s t r y ..........................................................................

Poultry R e s e a r c h ..........................................................................

Renewable Energy R e s e a r c h ...................................................

Standing Committee on Recreation and Sport Consultancy F u n d ...........................................................................................

$ $ $ $

686 000 686 000 727 159 735 898

960 000 960 000 877 688 924 145

968 000 968 000 1 027 935 799 519

105 000 105 000 108 701 98 109

— — 235 772 824 272 953 249

_ _ 12 433 606 27 114 581

22 619 000 ,— — ___

1 355 486 000 1 451 379 000 629 378 927 519 243 789

17 400 000 17 400 000 16 630 355 17 913 779

170 000 170 000 171 778 172 462

— — 399 981 066 429 302 961

100 000 100 000 100 609 128 836

5 522 000 5 400 000 4 125 830 3 853 906

4 233 000 4 577 000 3 641 540 3 555 521

— — 572 960 3 971 148

250 000 170 000 265 000 103 826

150 000 150 000 696 757 654 550

1 400 000 1 858 000 1 360 566 1 241 395

1 201 000 1 191 000 1 068 126 1 032 258

171 559 000 171 559 000 11 848 380 9 050 567

300 000 300 000 241 681 2 226 504

34 030 000 26 000 000 33 573 931 28 621 478

10 800 000 18 300 000 11 167 079 15 020 923

3 692 000 3 236 000 3 031 646 2 246 184

70 000 70 000 70 000 83 155

7 257 000 7 000 000 3 808 594 3 013 681

1 930 000 1 930 000 796 430 20 143

— — 288 382 049 296 473 587

16 319 500 15 483 700 14 936 210 14 439 777

19 600 000 19 600 000 16 663 073 15 772 572

1 001 000 833 000 748 821 497 645

10 800 000 13 600 000 11 160 681 9 596 279

12 000 12 000 — —

975 000 900 000 1 124 328 183 336

— 419 000 87 176 574 048

8 961 000 8 226 000 8 042 545 4 596 145

7 000 15 000 12 648 —

2 805 000 2 554 000 1 988 666 1 753 693

2 128 000 2 054 000 1 834 994 1 652 130

473 225 000 480 828 000 232 973 839 225 149 777

302 000 280 000 240 152 171 812

3000 30 000 1 427 24 834

11 460 000 11 460 000 10 836 195 10 836 197

6 665 298 400 — 3 508 262 323 1 730 790 844

22 199 000 21 354 000 23 201 809 21 157 128

245 000 245 000 160 000 233 303

5 904 000 4 519 000 9 956 088 15 273 509

460 000 2 660 000 3 651 748 4 873 128

6 673 000 6 671 000 2 734 666 1 931 117

6 675 000 6 675 000 6 651 710 7 221 766

1 348 000 1 448 000 1 359 983 1 078 009

4 290 000 4 200 000 3 126 831 2 532 905

550 000 550 000 64 588 128

823 000 858 000 801 866 673 977

900 000 1 100 000 500 000 —

54 000 93 000 53 070 60 596

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Table 9—Estimates of Receipts and Payments of the Trust Fund—continued Group 3 Other Moneys (Not in Groups 1 or 2) Held in Trust Under the Authority of Parliament to meet Future Payments

Estimates 1989-90 Actuals 1988-89

Receipts Payments Receipts Payments

$ $ $ $

Sugar cane R e se a rc h .................................................................... 3 136 000 3 109 000 2 638 035 1 948 204

Tobacco R e s e a r c h .................................................................... 1 761 000 1 895 000 2 039 335 1 519 407

W heat R e s e a r c h ......................................................................... 23 165 000 20 299 000 18 721 842 14 885 619

Total: Group 3 .............................................................. 9 154 684 900 2 522 733 700 5 714 687 131 3 926 301 142

Table 9—Estimates of Receipts and Payments of the Trust Fund—continued Group 4 Funds and Accounts Not Part of the Accounts of the Minister for Finance

Estimates 1989-90 Actuals 1988-89

Receipts Payments Receipts Payments

$ $ $ $

National Debt Sinking F u n d ................................................... 2 269 574 000 2 285 000 000 2 310 425 211 2 322 998 048

Total: Group 4 2 269 574 000 2 285 000 000 2 310 425 211 2 322 998 048

TOTAL TRUST F U N D .......................................................... 15 468 001 893 8 557 333 493 13 268 760 587 11 603 365 778

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