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In order to show the entire expenditure for which the State was responsible in 19001901, there have to be added (1) the expenditure to which the Public Revenue paid into the Local Taxation Accounts is devoted, and (2) the expenditure chargeable to Capital Account. These additions are made in the following statement :I.-Expenditure chargeable against Exchequer Revenue as in

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183,592,000 II.—Expenditure chargeable against Local Taxation Revenue

9,739,000

III.-Expenditure chargeable against Capital

193,331,000

4,915,000

Total

£198,246,000

TABLE II.-Showing how the EXCHEQUER RECEIPTS in 1900–1901 compare with the BUDGET ESTIMATE and with the EXCHEQUER RECEIPTS of the previous year (1899–1900).

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TABLE III.-Showing how the AGGREGATE REVENUE raised by the State in 1900–1901

compares with the AGGREGATE REVENUE raised in 1899–1900.

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Exclusive of £48,000 paid under the Tithe Rent-charge (Rates) Act, 1899.
+ Exclusive of £105,000 paid under the Tithe Rent-charge (Rates) Act, 1899.

TABLE IV.-Giving the NATIONAL BALANCE SHEET of 1900–1901, (1) exclusive, and

(2) inclusive of War Charges.
1. EXCLUSIVE OF WAR CHARGES.

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TABLE V.--Showing how the EXPENDITURE to be provided for in 1901-2 (according to

Estimates presented) compares with the corresponding Expenditure & year ago (1) exclusive, and (2) inclusive of War Charges.

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Grand Total (inclusive of War Charges) 154,701,000 187,602,000 + 32,901,000

TABLE VI.—Showing how the estimated EXCHEQUER RECEIPTS in 1901–1902 compare with

the Exchequer Receipts in 1900–1901. On Basis of EXISTING TAXATION.

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TABLE VII.--Giving FINAL BALANCE SHEET, 1901–1902, as proposed by the

CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER.

ESTIMATED REVENUE.

1901-1902.

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE.

1901-1902.

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18,360,000

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$ Customs as in Table

I. CONSOLIDATED FUND VII. 23,600,000

SERVICES.

National Debt Services : Add:

A. Inside the Sugar Duty. 5,100,000

Fixed Charge £ Coal Duty 2,100,000

as in Table V.. 23,000,000 30,800,000

Less : Inland Revenue :

Sinking Fund Excise

33,100,000 Suspended 4,640,000 Estate, &c., Duties

14,000,000 Stamps.

8,000,000 B. Outside the Land Tax

750,000 Fixed Charge House Duty

1,750,000 as in Table V. 2,000,000 Property and Income Taxas in

Add :
Table VII. 30,000,000

Interest, &c., on
new Loan

1,250,000
Add:
Increase of 20.
in £

3,800,000
33,800,000 Other Consolidated Fund Ser-

vices.
Total Inland Revenue £ 91,400,000 Payments to Local Taxation

Accounts
Total Exchequer Receipts from
Taxes

£ 122,200,000 Total Consolidated Fund
Services.

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3,250,000

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21,610,000

1,650,000

.

1,150,000

24,410,000

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Total Estimated Revenue £ 143,255,000 Total Supply Services £159,802,000
Deficit

40,957,000 Total Estimated Expendi-
ture

£184,212,000 £ 184,212,000

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