Texas Annual Cash Report_ Fiscal 2004

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					                                            November 1, 2004



The Honorable Rick Perry
Governor
State of Texas
Capitol Building, Room 2S.1
Austin, Texas 78701

Dear Governor Perry:

I am pleased to submit to you the Texas Annual Cash Report for the fiscal year ended
August 31, 2004. This report presents the stateʼs financial position and details revenues and
expenditures on a cash basis as required by Section 403.013, Government Code.

The stateʼs consolidated General Revenue Fund (GRF) ended the year with a $2.0 billion cash
balance, up from $401.7 million at the end of fiscal 2003. The GRF is appropriated to support general
government expenditures. Balances in the Special Revenue Funds increased from $3.0 billion to $9.6
billion, and are subject to various restrictions on their use. The large increase in ending cash balances
for Special Revenue Funds is primarily due to a difference in timing of the receipt of proceeds from
the stateʼs annual sale of Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRAN). In calendar year 2004, the
TRAN proceeds of $6.6 billion were received on August 31, 2004 prior to the end of the fiscal year,
whereas in calendar year 2003 the TRAN proceeds were not received until September 2, which was
after the close of the fiscal year.

Net revenues for general and special funds increased by $3.8 billion, or 6.5 percent, over fiscal 2003,
to a total of $62.1 billion. The largest increase in revenue was $1.8 billion, or a 6.8 percent rise in tax
collection, led by sales tax, which grew $1.1 billion, or 8.0 percent.

Total expenditures from these funds increased by 0.7 percent, or $448.2 million, to a total of $60.7
billion. The largest spending increase, by governmental function, was $528.7 million in Natural
Resources/Recreational Services. This increase of 38.1 percent is largely attributable to loans made to
eligible Texas veterans and land purchased for resale under the Veterans Housing Assistance Act.

I hope you find the information in this report useful.

Sincerely,




Carole Keeton Strayhorn
Texas Comptroller
Table of Contents

Letter of Transmittal ............................................................................................................................................................         iii
Table of Contents .................................................................................................................................................................         v
List of Tables ........................................................................................................................................................................    xv

Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................................       1

The Texas Economy in Fiscal 2004
    A Cautious Rebound .....................................................................................................................................................                3
    Major Cities in Review .................................................................................................................................................                9

The Stateʼs Financial Condition: Revenues, Expenditures and Balances............................................................................                                           19
    Annual Cash Report vs. Annual Financial Report ........................................................................................................                                19
    Funds Consolidation .....................................................................................................................................................              19
    State Revenues ..............................................................................................................................................................          19
    Cash Condition .............................................................................................................................................................           20
    State Revenues (Excluding Trust Funds) ......................................................................................................................                          23
                 C
         Tax ollections ......................................................................................................................................................             23
                     P
         Lottery roceeds ....................................................................................................................................................              23
         Licenses, Fees, Permits, Fines and Penalties.........................................................................................................                             23
                     F
         Federal unds ........................................................................................................................................................             26
    State Expenditures (Excluding Trust Funds) ................................................................................................................                            27
         Expenditures by Function ......................................................................................................................................                   29
         Expenditures by Object .........................................................................................................................................                  31
    Flow of Funds to Local Governments ..........................................................................................................................                          32
    Investment Accounts .....................................................................................................................................................              33
    Unrestricted General Revenue ......................................................................................................................................                    34

Revenues, Expenditures, and Cash Balances of State Funds...............................................................................................                                    35

Notes to the Annual Cash Report ......................................................................................................................................... 109

The Stateʼs Financial Condition: Treasury Fund Detail.......................................................................................................                              115
    Fund Number/Title
    0001     General Revenue Fund ...................................................................................................................................                     117
    0002     Available School Fund ...................................................................................................................................                    122
    0003     State Textbook Fund .......................................................................................................................................                  123
    0004     GR Account–University of Texas Pan American Mineral .............................................................................                                            124
    0006     State Highway Fund .......................................................................................................................................                   124
    0007     Capital Complex Area Fund ...........................................................................................................................                        126
    0009     GR Account–Game, Fish, and Water Safety ..................................................................................................                                   126
    0011     Available University Fund..............................................................................................................................                      128
    0019     GR Account–Vital Statistics ...........................................................................................................................                      128
    0021     Proportional Registration Distributive Trust Fund .........................................................................................                                  129
    0027     GR Account–Coastal Protection.....................................................................................................................                           129
    0028     GR Account–Appraiser Registry ....................................................................................................................                           130
    0036     GR Account–Texas Department of Insurance Operating ...............................................................................                                           130
    0037     GR Account–Federal Child Welfare Service ..................................................................................................                                  131
    0044     Permanent School Fund .................................................................................................................................                      132


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The Stateʼs Financial Condition: Treasury Fund Detail (continued)
    Fund Number/Title
    0045     Permanent University Fund............................................................................................................................     133
    0047     Texas A&M University Available Fund .........................................................................................................             133
    0057     County and Road District Highway Fund ......................................................................................................              134
    0064     GR Account–State Parks ................................................................................................................................   134
    0071     GR Account–Texas Highway Beautification..................................................................................................                  135
    0088     GR Account–Low-Level Radioactive Waste..................................................................................................                  136
    0092     GR Account–Federal Disaster ........................................................................................................................      137
    0095     GR Account–Texas A&M University Mineral Investment ............................................................................                           137
    0096     GR Account–Texas A&M University Mineral Income ..................................................................................                         138
    0099     GR Account–Operators and Chauffeurs License ...........................................................................................                   138
    0101     GR Account–Alternative Fuels Research and Education ...............................................................................                       139
    0102     GR Account–Air Control Board .....................................................................................................................        140
    0106     GR Account–Scholarship Fund for Fifth Year Accounting Students .............................................................                              140
    0107     GR Account–Comprehensive Rehabilitation .................................................................................................                 141
    0108     GR Account–Private Beauty Culture School Tuition Protection ...................................................................                           141
    0116     GR Account–Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education ................................................................                                142
    0117     GR Account–Federal Public Welfare Administration ....................................................................................                     142
    0118     GR Account–Federal Public Library Service .................................................................................................               143
    0127     GR Account–Community Affairs Federal ......................................................................................................               144
    0129     GR Account–Hospital Licensing ....................................................................................................................        144
    0134     GR Account–Federal Older Americans ..........................................................................................................             145
    0136     GR Account–Federal Alcoholism...................................................................................................................          146
    0141     GR Account–Federal Adult Blind ..................................................................................................................         146
    0145     GR Account–Oil-Field Cleanup .....................................................................................................................        147
    0146     GR Account–Used Oil Recycling ..................................................................................................................          148
    0148     GR Account–Federal Health, Education, and Welfare ...................................................................................                     148
    0151     GR Account–Clean Air...................................................................................................................................   149
    0153     GR Account–Water Resource Management ...................................................................................................                  150
    0154     GR Account–Texas A&M University–Kingsville Special Mineral ...............................................................                                151
    0158     GR Account–Watermaster Administration .....................................................................................................               151
    0165     GR Account–Unemployment Compensation Special Administration ...........................................................                                   152
    0171     GR Account–Federal School Lunch ...............................................................................................................           152
    0193     GR Account–Foundation School ....................................................................................................................         153
    0211     University of Texas Interest and Sinking Fund ..............................................................................................              154
    0212     Texas A&M University Interest and Sinking Fund ........................................................................................                   154
    0221     GR Account–Federal Civil Defense and Disaster Relief ...............................................................................                      155
    0222     GR Account–Department of Public Safety Federal .......................................................................................                    155
    0223     GR Account–Federal Land and Water Conservation .....................................................................................                      156
    0224     GR Account–Governorʼs Office Federal Projects ..........................................................................................                   156
    0225     GR Account–University of Houston Current .................................................................................................                157
    0226     GR Account–University of Texas Pan American Current ..............................................................................                        157
    0227     GR Account–Angelo State University Current ..............................................................................................                 158
    0228     GR Account–University of Texas at Tyler Current ........................................................................................                  159
    0229     GR Account–University of Houston–Clear Lake Current .............................................................................                         159
    0230     GR Account–Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi Current ......................................................................                             160
    0231     GR Account–Texas A&M International University Current ..........................................................................                          160
    0232     GR Account–Texas A&M University–Texarkana Current .............................................................................                           161
    0233     GR Account–University of Houston–Victoria Current ..................................................................................                      162
    0235     GR Account–University of Texas at Brownsville Current .............................................................................                       162
    0236     GR Account–University of Texas System Cancer Center Current.................................................................                              163
    0237     GR Account–Texas State Technical College System Current ........................................................................                          163
    0238     GR Account–University of Texas at Dallas Current ......................................................................................                   164
    0239     GR Account–Texas Tech University Health Science Center Current ............................................................                               164


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The Stateʼs Financial Condition: Treasury Fund Detail (continued)
    Fund Number/Title
    0242     GR Account–Texas A&M University Current ...............................................................................................                     165
    0243     GR Account–Tarleton State University Current .............................................................................................                  165
    0244     GR Account–University of Texas at Arlington Current .................................................................................                       166
    0245     GR Account–Prairie View A&M University Current.....................................................................................                         166
    0246     GR Account–University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston Current......................................................                                    167
    0247     GR Account–Texas Southern University Current ..........................................................................................                     168
    0248     GR Account–University of Texas at Austin Current ......................................................................................                     168
    0249     GR Account–University of Texas at San Antonio Current.............................................................................                          169
    0250     GR Account–University of Texas at El Paso Current ....................................................................................                      169
    0251     GR Account–University of Texas of the Permian Basin Current ...................................................................                             170
    0252     GR Account–University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Dallas Current..........................................                                         170
    0253     GR Account–Texas Womanʼs University Current..........................................................................................                       171
    0254     GR Account–Texas A&M University–Kingsville Current .............................................................................                            171
    0255     GR Account–Texas Tech University Current .................................................................................................                  172
    0256     GR Account–Lamar University Current ........................................................................................................                173
    0257     GR Account–Texas A&M University–Commerce Current ............................................................................                               173
    0258     GR Account–University of North Texas Current ...........................................................................................                    174
    0259     GR Account–Sam Houston State University Current ....................................................................................                        174
    0260     GR Account–Texas State University–San Marcos Current ............................................................................                           175
    0261     GR Account–Stephen F. Austin State University Current ..............................................................................                        176
    0262     GR Account–Sul Ross State University Current ............................................................................................                   176
    0263     GR Account–West Texas A&M University Current ......................................................................................                         177
    0264     GR Account–Midwestern State University Current .......................................................................................                      177
    0268     GR Account–University of Houston Downtown Current ..............................................................................                            178
    0269     GR Account–Texas Tech University Special Mineral ....................................................................................                       179
    0271     GR Account–University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Current ..............................................                                      179
    0273     GR Account–Federal Health and Health Lab Funding Excess Revenue .......................................................                                     180
    0275     GR Account–Texas A&M University at Galveston Current ..........................................................................                             181
    0279     GR Account–University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Current ........................................                                        181
    0280     GR Account–University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth Current ................................                                           182
    0282     GR Account–University of Texas Health Center at Tyler Current .................................................................                             182
    0283     GR Account–Texas State University System Special Mineral .......................................................................                            183
    0285     GR Account–Lamar State College Orange Current .......................................................................................                       183
    0286     GR Account–Lamar State College Port Arthur Current .................................................................................                        184
    0287     GR Account–Lamar Institute of Technology Current ....................................................................................                       184
    0289     GR Account–Texas A&M University System Health Science Center Current ..............................................                                         185
    0301     Rural Water Assistance Fund..........................................................................................................................       185
    0303     Felony Prosecutor Supplement Fund .............................................................................................................             186
    0334     GR Account–Commission on the Arts Operating ..........................................................................................                      186
    0337     GR Account–Peace Officers Memorial ..........................................................................................................                187
    0341     GR Account–Food and Drug Retail Fee ........................................................................................................                187
    0345     GR Account–Telecommunications Infrastructure ..........................................................................................                     188
    0347     Texas Excellence Fund ...................................................................................................................................   188
    0348     University Research Fund ..............................................................................................................................     189
    0350     Water Development Clearance Fund ..............................................................................................................             190
    0351     Texas Water Development Fund ....................................................................................................................           190
    0352     Water Development Bonds Interest and Sinking Fund ..................................................................................                        191
    0356     Economically Distressed Areas Clearance Fund ............................................................................................                   191
    0357     Economically Distressed Areas Clearance Interest and Sinking Fund ..........................................................                                192
    0358     Agricultural Water Conservation Fund ..........................................................................................................             192
    0359     Agricultural Water Conservation Interest and Sinking Fund .........................................................................                         193
    0363     Groundwater District Loan Assistance Fund .................................................................................................                 193
    0364     Rural Community Health Care Investment Program Permanent Fund..........................................................                                     194


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The Stateʼs Financial Condition: Treasury Fund Detail (continued)
    Fund Number/Title
    0365     Texas Mobility Fund ......................................................................................................................................   194
    0366     Texas Water Development Board Agricultural Water Conservation Clearance Fund ....................................                                            195
    0367     Texas Workforce Commission Unemployment Compensation Revenue Bond Fund....................................                                                   195
    0370     Texas Water Development Fund II Clearance Fund.......................................................................................                        196
    0371     Texas Water Development Fund II .................................................................................................................            196
    0372     Texas Water Development Fund II Interest and Sinking Fund ......................................................................                             197
    0374     Veterans Home Revenue Bonds Series 1998 Fund ........................................................................................                        197
    0377     Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1993 Fund .............................................................................................                   198
    0378     Veterans Land Bond Series 1993 Fund ..........................................................................................................               198
    0379     Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1994A-1 and 1994B-1 Fund II .............................................................                                 199
    0380     Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1994A-2 Fund II ...................................................................................                       199
    0381     Veterans Land Bond Series 1994 Fund ..........................................................................................................               200
    0382     Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1994B-4 Fund II ...................................................................................                       200
    0383     Veterans Housing Program, Tax–Exempt Issues ............................................................................................                     201
    0384     Veterans Housing Program, Taxable Issues ...................................................................................................                 202
    0385     Veterans Land Program, Tax–Exempt Issues .................................................................................................                   202
    0386     Veterans Land Program, Taxable Issues .........................................................................................................              203
    0387     Texas Opportunity Plan Fund .........................................................................................................................        203
    0388     Texas College Student Loan Bonds Interest and Sinking Fund .....................................................................                             204
    0408     Texas Parks Development Fund .....................................................................................................................           204
    0409     Texas Parks Development Bonds Interest and Sinking Fund.........................................................................                             205
    0412     GR Account–Midwestern State University Special Mineral..........................................................................                             205
    0420     GR Account–Parks and Wildlife Operating ...................................................................................................                  206
    0421     GR Account–Criminal Justice Planning .........................................................................................................               206
    0422     GR Account–Rehabilitation Commission Federal .........................................................................................                       207
    0425     GR Account–Rural Economic Development .................................................................................................                      207
    0449     GR Account–Adjutant General Federal .........................................................................................................                208
    0450     GR Account–Coastal Public Lands Management Fee ...................................................................................                           208
    0452     GR Account–Texas Spill Response ................................................................................................................             209
    0453     GR Account–Disaster Contingency ...............................................................................................................              209
    0454     GR Account–Federal Land Reclamation........................................................................................................                  209
    0467     GR Account–Texas Recreation and Parks ......................................................................................................                 210
    0468     GR Account–Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Occupational Licensing ..................................                                               210
    0469     GR Account–Compensation to Victims of Crime ..........................................................................................                       211
    0472     GR Account–Inaugural ...................................................................................................................................     212
    0480     Water Assistance Fund ...................................................................................................................................    212
    0481     Water Loan Assistance Fund ..........................................................................................................................        213
    0483     Research and Planning Fund ..........................................................................................................................        213
    0492     GR Account–Business Enterprise Program....................................................................................................                   214
    0493     Blind Commission Endowment Fund ............................................................................................................                 214
    0494     GR Account–Compensation to Victims of Crime Auxiliary ..........................................................................                             215
    0501     GR Account–Motorcycle Education ..............................................................................................................               215
    0506     GR Account–Non-Game and Endangered Species Conservation ..................................................................                                   216
    0507     GR Account–State Lease ................................................................................................................................      217
    0512     GR Account–Bureau of Emergency Management .........................................................................................                          217
    0522     Veterans Land Program Administration Fund ................................................................................................                   218
    0523     GR Account–Pharmacy Board Operating ......................................................................................................                   218
    0524     GR Account–Department of Health Public Health Services Fee ...................................................................                               219
    0526     Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1984 Fund .............................................................................................                   220
    0527     Veterans Housing Assistance Reserve Series 1983 Authority Fund ..............................................................                                220
    0528     Veterans Home Loan Mortgage Reserve Series 1983 Authority Fund ..........................................................                                    221
    0529     Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1984A Fund ..........................................................................................                     221
    0536     Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1984B Fund ..........................................................................................                     222


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The Stateʼs Financial Condition: Treasury Fund Detail (continued)
    Fund Number/Title
    0540     Judicial and Court Personnel Training Fund ..................................................................................................                      222
    0542     GR Account–Medical School Tuition Set Aside ............................................................................................                           223
    0543     GR Account–Texas Capital Trust ...................................................................................................................                 223
    0544     GR Account–Lifetime License Endowment ..................................................................................................                           224
    0549     GR Account–Waste Management ..................................................................................................................                     224
    0550     GR Account–Hazardous and Solid Waste Remediation Fee ..........................................................................                                    225
    0562     Agriculture Trust Fund ...................................................................................................................................         226
    0563     GR Account–Agricultural Soil and Water Conservation................................................................................                                226
    0567     Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1985 Fund .............................................................................................                         227
    0570     GR Account–Federal Surplus Property Service Charge.................................................................................                                227
    0571     Veterans Land Bond Series 1986 Refunding Fund ........................................................................................                             228
    0572     Veterans Land Bond Series 1986 Refunding Reserve Fund ..........................................................................                                   229
    0573     Judicial Fund ..................................................................................................................................................   229
    0575     Farm and Ranch Finance Program Fund........................................................................................................                        230
    0577     Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note Fund .....................................................................................................                       230
    0581     GR Account–Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute .......................................................                                             231
    0582     GR Account–Motor Carrier Act Enforcement Federal ..................................................................................                                231
    0590     Veteranʼs Housing Assistance Bonds Series 1992 Fund ................................................................................                               232
    0596     GR Account–Economic Development Federal ..............................................................................................                             232
    0597     GR Account–Texas Racing Commission .......................................................................................................                         233
    0599     Economic Stabilization Fund .........................................................................................................................              234
    0601     Student Loan Auxiliary Fund .........................................................................................................................              234
    0626     Veterans Bonds Activity Series 1989 Fund ....................................................................................................                      235
    0651     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Refunding Series 1990 Interest and Sinking Fund .............................................                                            235
    0652     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Refunding Series 1990 Rebate Fund ..................................................................                                     236
    0655     GR Account–Petroleum Storage Tank Remediation ......................................................................................                               236
    0662     State Pension Review Board Fund .................................................................................................................                  237
    0664     GR Account–Texas Preservation Trust...........................................................................................................                     237
    0679     GR Account–Artificial Reef ...........................................................................................................................              238
    0683     Texas Agricultural Fund .................................................................................................................................          238
    0697     Student Loan Revenue Bond Fund.................................................................................................................                    239
    0702     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1992A Project Acquisition Fund ..............................................................                                     239
    0703     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1992A Project Construction Fund............................................................                                       240
    0704     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1992A Interest and Sinking Fund ............................................................                                      240
    0708     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1992A Interest and Sinking Fund..................................................................................                             241
    0717     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1992B Project Interest and Sinking Fund .....................................................................                                 241
    0718     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1992B Rebate Fund .......................................................................................................                     241
    0720     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1992 Refunding Bond Interest and Sinking Fund .........................................................                                       242
    0722     T.P.F.A. T.S.T.C. 1992 Revenue Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund .........................................................                                       242
    0723     T.P.F.A. T.S.T.C. 1992 Revenue Refunding Reserve Fund ............................................................................                                 243
    0724     T.P.F.A. T.S.T.C. 1992 Revenue Refunding Rebate Fund ..............................................................................                                243
    0727     T.P.F.A. Revenue Refunding Series 1992B Interest and Sinking Fund .........................................................                                        244
    0733     T.P.F.A. Series B Master Lease Interest and Sinking Fund ............................................................................                              244
    0734     T.P.F.A. Series B Master Lease Issuance Cost Fund ......................................................................................                           245
    0735     T.P.F.A. Series B Master Lease Project Fund .................................................................................................                      245
    0743     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1993A Rebate Fund .......................................................................................................                     246
    0744     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1993A Interest and Sinking Fund..................................................................................                             246
    0747     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1993B Interest and Sinking Fund..................................................................................                             246
    0748     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1992 Refunding Paying Agent Trust Fund....................................................................                                    247
    0750     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1993C Rebate Fund .......................................................................................................                     247
    0751     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1993C Interest and Sinking Fund..................................................................................                             248
    0753     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 1993 Interest and Sinking Fund .....................................................                                         248
    0754     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 1993 Rebate Fund ..........................................................................                                  248


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The Stateʼs Financial Condition: Treasury Fund Detail (continued)
    Fund Number/Title
    0763     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1992 Refunding and Park Development Rebate Fund ..................................................                                    249
    0767     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1994A Interest and Sinking Fund..................................................................................                     249
    0768     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1994B Rebate Fund .......................................................................................................             250
    0770     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1994B Interest and Sinking Fund..................................................................................                     250
    0776     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1994A Interest and Sinking Fund ............................................................                              251
    0778     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1995A Refunding Bond Interest and Sinking Fund ......................................................                                 251
    0785     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1996A Project Fund .................................................................................                      252
    0787     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1996A Interest and Sinking Fund ............................................................                              252
    0789     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1996A Rebate Fund .................................................................................                       253
    0792     T.P.F.A. Special Revenue Series 1996B Interest and Sinking Fund...............................................................                             253
    0793     T.P.F.A. Special Revenue Series 1996B Restoration Fund ............................................................................                        254
    0794     T.P.F.A. Special Revenue Series 1996B Rebate Fund ....................................................................................                     254
    0797     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1996B Refunding Bond Interest and Sinking Fund ......................................................                                 255
    0810     Permanent Health Fund for Higher Education ...............................................................................................                 255
    0811     Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio ................                                                 256
    0812     Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center............................                                               256
    0813     Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas ..............                                                  257
    0814     Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston..............................                                             257
    0815     Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston ......................                                               258
    0816     Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler ...........................                                            258
    0817     Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas at El Paso ............................................................                               259
    0818     Permanent Endowment Fund for the Texas A&M University Health Science Center...................................                                             259
    0819     Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth ........                                                    260
    0820     Permanent Endowment Fund for the Texas Tech University Health Science Center in El Paso ...................                                                261
    0821     Permanent Endowment Fund for the Texas Tech University Health Science Center–
               Locations Other Than El Paso .....................................................................................................................       261
    0822     Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas Regional Academic Health Center......................                                                 262
    0823     Permanent Endowment Fund for the Baylor College of Medicine ................................................................                               262
    0824     Permanent Fund for Higher Education Nursing, Allied Health and Other Health–Related Programs ..........                                                    263
    0825     Permanent Fund for Minority Health Research and Education .....................................................................                            263
    0844     Texas Workforce Commission Obligation Trust Fund ...................................................................................                       264
    0845     Capitol Visitor Parking Trust Fund ................................................................................................................        264
    0846     Service Contract Providers Security Trust Account .......................................................................................                  265
    0848     Mortgage Broker Recovery Trust Fund .........................................................................................................              265
    0849     Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum Trust Fund ..................................................................................                       266
    0850     Health Spa Bond Trust Fund ..........................................................................................................................      266
    0851     Texas Leverage Program Fund .......................................................................................................................        267
    0852     System Benefit Trust Fund .............................................................................................................................     267
    0854     Capital Renewal Trust Fund ...........................................................................................................................     268
    0855     Texas School Employee Uniform Group Coverage Trust Fund.....................................................................                               268
    0857     Assisted Living Facility Trust Fund ...............................................................................................................        269
    0858     Texas Board of Public Accountancy Operating Trust Fund ...........................................................................                         269
    0859     Texas Board of Architectural Examiners Operating Trust Fund ....................................................................                           270
    0860     Texas Board of Professional Engineers Operating Trust Fund ......................................................................                          270
    0862     Fireworks Tax Security Trust Fund ................................................................................................................         271
    0864     403B Administrative Trust Fund, TRS ...........................................................................................................            271
    0865     Turnpike Authority Project Disbursing Trust Account...................................................................................                     272
    0866     Customs Brokers Bond/Security Trust Fund ..................................................................................................                272
    0868     Texas Racing Commission Security Trust Fund ............................................................................................                   273
    0869     Other Events Trust Fund ................................................................................................................................   273
    0872     Tobacco Settlement Permanent Trust (Political Subdivisions) ......................................................................                         274
    0873     General Land Office Purchase/Lease Land Vacancy Trust Fund ...................................................................                              274
    0874     Local Tax Collections for Sports/Community Venue Project Trust Fund ......................................................                                 275


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The Stateʼs Financial Condition: Treasury Fund Detail (continued)
    Fund Number/Title
    0875     Emergency Service Fee on Wireless Telecommunications Trust Fund..........................................................                                    275
    0876     Racing Commission Escrowed Purse Trust Account .....................................................................................                         276
    0877     State Energy Marketing Program Escrow Account ........................................................................................                       276
    0879     Capitol Gift Shops Trust Fund .......................................................................................................................        276
    0880     Asbestos Penalty Escrow Trust Account ........................................................................................................               277
    0882     City, County, MTA and SPD Sales Tax Trust Account ..................................................................................                         277
    0884     International Fuels Tax Agreement (IFTA) Guaranty Trust Account .............................................................                                278
    0885     State Parks Endowment Trust Account ..........................................................................................................               278
    0886     International Fuels Tax Agreement (IFTA) Trust Fund ..................................................................................                       279
    0888     Employees Retirement System Pension Investment Pool Trust Fund ...........................................................                                   279
    0891     Smart Jobs Trust Fund ....................................................................................................................................   280
    0892     Texas Tomorrow Constitutional Trust Fund ...................................................................................................                 280
    0893     Texas Workersʼ Compensation Self Insurance Security Trust Fund ..............................................................                                281
    0894     Texas Workforce Commission Wage Determination Trust Fund ...................................................................                                 281
    0895     Lotto Prize Trust Fund....................................................................................................................................   282
    0896     Texas Housing Local Depository Fund ..........................................................................................................               282
    0898     Auctioneer Education and Recovery Trust Fund ...........................................................................................                     283
    0900     Departmental Suspense ..................................................................................................................................     283
    0901     U S Savings Bond Account ............................................................................................................................        284
    0903     Flood Area School and Road Trust Account ..................................................................................................                  284
    0904     Motor Fuel Distributors Bond Guaranty Trust Account.................................................................................                         285
    0906     Mixed Beverage Tax Guaranty Trust Account ...............................................................................................                    285
    0909     Fiscal Agency Receiving Trust Account ........................................................................................................               285
    0914     Safety Responsibility Trust Account ..............................................................................................................           286
    0921     Life, Health, Accident and Casualty Insurance Companies Trust Account ...................................................                                    286
    0923     Insurance Companies Unclaimed Dividend Trust Account ...........................................................................                             287
    0925     Career School or College Tuition Trust Account ...........................................................................................                   287
    0929     Social Security Administration Trust Account ...............................................................................................                 288
    0935     Advance Interest Trust Fund ..........................................................................................................................       288
    0936     Unemployment Compensation Clearance Account........................................................................................                          289
    0937     Unemployment Compensation Benefit Account ............................................................................................                        289
    0938     Unemployment Trust Fund Account (In the Federal Treasury) .....................................................................                              290
    0941     Varner–Hogg State Park Trust Account .........................................................................................................               290
    0942     TexaSaver Hold Transmit Account–401K Deferred Compensation ..............................................................                                    291
    0943     State Employees Cafeteria Plan Trust Fund ...................................................................................................                291
    0945     Deferred Compensation Trust Fund, Employees Retirement System ............................................................                                   292
    0946     TexaSaver Trust Fund .....................................................................................................................................   292
    0947     Texas Workforce Commission Escrow Account ............................................................................................                       293
    0949     Automobile Service Club Trust Account .......................................................................................................                293
    0955     S.E.R.S. Trust Account ...................................................................................................................................   294
    0957     Veterans Land Group Insurance Trust Account..............................................................................................                    294
    0960     Teacher Retirement System Trust Account ....................................................................................................                 295
    0962     Sales Tax Guaranty Trust Account .................................................................................................................           296
    0965     Parks Fee Trust Account .................................................................................................................................    296
    0969     Real Estate Fee Trust Account .......................................................................................................................        296
    0971     Real Estate Recovery Trust Account ..............................................................................................................            297
    0973     Employees Life, Accident, Health Insurance and Benefits Trust Account.....................................................                                    297
    0974     Produce Recovery Trust Fund ........................................................................................................................         298
    0976     Texas Statewide Emergency Services Personnel Retirement Trust Fund ......................................................                                    298
    0977     Law Enforcement and Custodial Officer Supplement Retirement Trust Fund ..............................................                                         299
    0980     Correction Account for Direct Deposit ..........................................................................................................             300
    0984     Parolee Court Ordered Restitution Trust Fund ...............................................................................................                 300
    0988     Real Estate Inspection Recovery Trust Fund .................................................................................................                 300


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Table of Contents (continued)

The Stateʼs Financial Condition: Treasury Fund Detail (continued)
    Fund Number/Title
    0989     Retired School Employees Group Insurance Trust Fund ...............................................................................                            301
    0992     Nursing and Convalescent Home Trust Fund ................................................................................................                      301
    0993     Judicial Retirement System Plan Two Trust Fund .........................................................................................                       302
    0994     Child Support Trust Fund ...............................................................................................................................       302
    1004     Treasury Safekeeping Trust Fund...................................................................................................................             303
    5000     GR Account–Solid Waste Disposal Fees ........................................................................................................                  303
    5002     GR Account–Young Farmer Loan Guarantee ................................................................................................                        304
    5003     GR Account–Hotel Occupancy Tax for Economic Development ..................................................................                                     304
    5004     GR Account–Texas Parks and Wildlife Conservation and Capital ................................................................                                  305
    5005     GR Account–Oil Overcharge .........................................................................................................................            305
    5006     GR Account–Attorney General Law Enforcement ........................................................................................                           306
    5007     GR Account–Commission on State Emergency Communications ................................................................                                       307
    5009     GR Account–Children with Special Healthcare Needs ..................................................................................                           307
    5010     GR Account–Sexual Assault Program............................................................................................................                  308
    5012     GR Account–Crime Stoppers Assistance .......................................................................................................                   308
    5013     GR Account–Breath Alcohol Testing .............................................................................................................                309
    5015     GR Account–Texas Collegiate License Plates ...............................................................................................                     309
    5016     GR Account–Research and Oversight Council on Workersʼ Compensation..................................................                                           310
    5017     GR Account–Asbestos Removal Licensure ...................................................................................................                      310
    5018     GR Account–Home Health Services ..............................................................................................................                 311
    5019     GR Account–Proprietary School Tuition Protection ......................................................................................                        311
    5020     GR Account–Workplace Chemicals List ........................................................................................................                   312
    5021     GR Account–Certification of Mammography Systems..................................................................................                               312
    5022     GR Account–Oyster Sales ..............................................................................................................................         313
    5023     GR Account–Shrimp License Buy Back ........................................................................................................                    313
    5024     GR Account–Food and Drug Registration .....................................................................................................                    314
    5025     GR Account–Lottery ......................................................................................................................................      314
    5026     GR Account–Workforce Commission Federal ...............................................................................................                        315
    5027     GR Account–Read to Succeed Plates .............................................................................................................                316
    5028     GR Account–Fugitive Apprehension .............................................................................................................                 316
    5029     GR Account–Center for Study and Prevention of Juvenile Crime and Delinquency ....................................                                              317
    5030     GR Account–Big Bend National Park Plates .................................................................................................                     317
    5031     GR Account–Excess Benefit Arrangement, Teacher Retirement System ......................................................                                         318
    5032     GR Account–Animal Friendly Plates .............................................................................................................                318
    5034     GR Account–Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Scholarships Plates .......................................................                                        319
    5035     GR Account–Capital Access ..........................................................................................................................           319
    5036     GR Account–Attorney General Volunteer Advocate Program Plates ............................................................                                     320
    5037     GR Account–Sexual Assault Prevention and Crisis Services ........................................................................                              320
    5039     GR Account–Excess Benefit Arrangement, Employees Retirement System .................................................                                            321
    5040     GR Account–Tobacco Settlement ..................................................................................................................               321
    5041     GR Account–Railroad Commission Federal ..................................................................................................                      322
    5042     GR Account–Texas Reads Plates ...................................................................................................................              322
    5043     GR Account–Business Enterprise Program Trust ..........................................................................................                        323
    5044     GR Account–Permanent Fund for Health and Tobacco Education and Enforcement....................................                                                 323
    5045     GR Account–Permanent Fund for Children and Public Health .....................................................................                                 324
    5046     GR Account–Permanent Fund for Emergency Medical Services and Trauma Care ......................................                                                324
    5047     GR Account–Permanent Fund for Rural Health Facility Capital Improvement ............................................                                           325
    5048     GR Account–Permanent Hospital Fund for Capital Improvement and the Texas Center for
               Infectious Disease .......................................................................................................................................   326
    5049     GR Account–State Owned Multicategorical Teaching Hospital ....................................................................                                 326
    5050     GR Account–9-1-1 Service Fees ....................................................................................................................             327
    5051     GR Account–Go Texan Partner Program Plates.............................................................................................                        327
    5052     GR Account–Girl Scout License Plates .........................................................................................................                 328


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Table of Contents (continued)

The Stateʼs Financial Condition: Treasury Fund Detail (continued)
    Fund Number/Title
    5053     GR Account–Tourism Plates ..........................................................................................................................     328
    5055     GR Account–Texas Special Olympics License Plates ...................................................................................                     329
    5057     GR Account–Waterfowl and Wetland Conservation License Plates ..............................................................                              329
    5059     GR Account–Peace Officer Flag ....................................................................................................................        329
    5060     GR Account–Private Sector Prison Industries Expansion..............................................................................                      330
    5064     GR Account–Volunteer Fire Department Assistance .....................................................................................                    330
    5065     GR Account–Environmental Testing Laboratory Accreditation ....................................................................                           331
    5066     GR Account–Rural Volunteer Fire Department Insurance .............................................................................                       331
    5069     GR Account–Holding Fund ............................................................................................................................     332
    5071     GR Account–Emissions Reduction Plan ........................................................................................................             332
    5073     GR Account–Fair Defense .............................................................................................................................    333
    5074     GR Account–Healthy Kids Successor ............................................................................................................           333
    5079     GR Account–Technology Workforce Development .......................................................................................                      334
    5080     GR Account–Quality Assurance.....................................................................................................................        334
    5081     GR Account–Barber School Tuition Protection .............................................................................................                335
    5083     GR Account–Correctional Management Institute and Criminal Justice Center ............................................                                    335
    5084     GR Account–Child Abuse Neglect and Prevention Operating.......................................................................                           336
    5085     GR Account–Child Abuse Neglect and Prevention Trust ..............................................................................                       336
    5089     GR Account–YMCA License Plates ..............................................................................................................            337
    5090     GR Account–Texans Conquer Cancer Plates .................................................................................................                337
    5091     GR Account–Office of Rural Community Affairs Federal .............................................................................                        338
    5093     GR Account–Dry Cleaning Facility Release ..................................................................................................              338
    5094     GR Account–Operating Permit Fees ..............................................................................................................          339
    5095     GR Account–Election Improvement ..............................................................................................................           339
    5096     GR Account–Perpetual Care ..........................................................................................................................     340
    5100     GR Account–System Benefit..........................................................................................................................       340
    5101     GR Account–Subsequent Injury .....................................................................................................................       341
    5102     GR Account–Tertiary Care .............................................................................................................................   341
    5103     GR Account–Texas B-On-Time Student Loan ...............................................................................................                  341
    5105     GR Account–Public Assurance ......................................................................................................................       342
    5106     GR Account–Economic Development Bank ..................................................................................................                  342
    5107     GR Account–Texas Enterprise .......................................................................................................................      343
    5108     GR Account–EMS, Trauma Facilities, Trauma Care Systems .......................................................................                           343
    5111     GR Account–Designated Trauma Facility and EMS......................................................................................                      344
    5113     GR Account–Texas Music Foundation Plates ................................................................................................                344
    5115     GR Account–Daughters of the Republic of Texas Plates ...............................................................................                     344
    5116     GR Account–Texas Lions Camp Plates..........................................................................................................             345
    5117     GR Account–March of Dimes Plates .............................................................................................................           345
    5118     GR Account–Knights of Columbus Plates .....................................................................................................              346
    5119     GR Account–Cotton Boll Plates .....................................................................................................................      346
    5120     GR Account–Marine Mammal Recovery Plates ............................................................................................                    346
    5121     GR Account–Share The Roads Plates ............................................................................................................           347
    7000     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1996C Interest and Sinking Fund..................................................................................                   347
    7001     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1996C Rebate Fund .......................................................................................................           348
    7003     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1997 Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund ..................................................................                         348
    7005     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1998B Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund ................................................................                          349
    7007     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2001A Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund ................................................................                          349
    7010     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2002 Interest and Sinking Fund ....................................................................................                 350
    7012     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2002A Cost of Issuance Fund .......................................................................................                 350
    7013     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2002A Interest and Sinking Fund..................................................................................                   350
    7014     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002B Cost of Issuance Fund ........................................................                               351
    7015     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002B Interest and Sinking Fund ...................................................                                351
    7016     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2002B Refunding Cost of Issuance Fund .....................................................................                         352


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The Stateʼs Financial Condition: Treasury Fund Detail (concluded)
    Fund Number/Title
    7017     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2002B Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund ................................................................                 352
    7018     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003A Refunding Cost of Issuance Fund .....................................................................                353
    7019     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003A Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund ................................................................                 353
    7200     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A TDCJ Project A Fund..........................................................                       354
    7201     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A TDH Project A Fund ...........................................................                      354
    7202     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A TSD Project A Fund............................................................                      355
    7203     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003 Refunding MHMR Project Fund..........................................................................                 355
    7204     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003 Refunding DPS Project Fund ...............................................................................            356
    7205     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003A Refunding TDCJ Project Fund ..........................................................................               356
    7301     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1997A Rebate Fund .................................................................................            357
    7303     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1997A Interest and Sinking Fund ............................................................                   357
    7305     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1997A, 1997B and 1999A Rebate Fund ..................................................                          358
    7307     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue and Revenue Refunding Series 1997A Interest and Sinking Fund .....................                                    358
    7309     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue and Revenue Refunding Series 1997A Rebate Fund ..........................................                             359
    7310     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1997A and B and 1999A Interest and Sinking Fund ...............................                                359
    7311     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1998, 1999B and 2001 TPWD Interest and Sinking Fund ......................                                     360
    7312     T.P.F.A. Special Revenue Series 1998 TDH Rebate Fund .............................................................................              360
    7314     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1998A TDCJ Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund ................................                                361
    7320     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 2000A GSC Interest and Sinking Fund....................................................                        361
    7322     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1998, 1999B and 2000 TPWD Rebate Fund ...........................................                              362
    7324     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 2000A TB&PC Rebate Fund ...................................................................                    362
    7325     T.P.F.A. Revenue and Revenue Refunding Series 2002 Issuance Cost and Operations Fund .......................                                    363
    7326     T.P.F.A. Revenue and Revenue Refunding Series 2002 Interest and Sinking Fund ......................................                             363
    7500     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1997 Project Fund ....................................................................................         364
    7502     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue and Revenue Refunding Series 1997A Project Fund..........................................                             364
    7503     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1998 TPWD Project Fund........................................................................                 365
    7504     T.P.F.A. Special Revenue Series 1998 TDH Project Fund .............................................................................             365
    7506     T.P.F.A. Revenue Series 1999B TPWD Project Fund ....................................................................................            366
    7508     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 2000 TPWD Project Fund........................................................................                 366
    7509     T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 2000A GSC Project Fund ........................................................................                367
    7511     T.P.F.A. Revenue Series 2001 TPWD Project Fund.......................................................................................           367
    7600     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 1993 TYC Project E Fund ..............................................................                    368
    7602     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 1993 TDCJ Project J Fund .............................................................                    368
    7603     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 1993 TYC Project F Fund ..............................................................                    369
    7604     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002B Colonias Project Fund ........................................................                      369
    7605     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A MHMR Project A Fund ......................................................                          370
    7606     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A TPWD Project A Fund ........................................................                        370
    7607     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A TSBVI Project A Fund........................................................                        371
    7608     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A DPS Project A Fund ............................................................                     371
    7609     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003 Refunding TYC Project A Fund ...........................................................................              372
    7610     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003 Refunding TDA Project A Fund ...........................................................................              372
    7611     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003 Refunding TB&PC Project A Fund ......................................................................                 373
    7612     T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003 Refunding TPWD Project B Fund .......................................................................                 373
    7613     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A Adjutant General Project A Fund ........................................                            374
    7614     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A TB&PC Project A Fund ......................................................                         374
    7615     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A THC Project A Fund ...........................................................                      375
    7616     T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A MHMR Project A Fund ......................................................                          375

Appendix
   Treasury Fund Detail–Alphabetical Listing ................................................................................................................. 377




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List of Tables
Table 1:     Statement of Cash Position ............................................................................................................................ 20
Table 2:     Ending Cash Balance ..................................................................................................................................... 22
Table 3:     Revenue by Source......................................................................................................................................... 24
Table 4:     Texas Per Capita State Tax Collections .......................................................................................................... 25
Table 5:     Federal Revenue by Program Category ......................................................................................................... 26
Table 6:     Federal Revenue by Agency ........................................................................................................................... 27
Table 7:     Net Expenditures by Function........................................................................................................................ 28
Table 8:     Net Expenditures by Object Group ................................................................................................................ 30
Table 9:     Flow of Funds to Local Governments............................................................................................................ 32
Table 10:    Asset Distribution of Investment Funds......................................................................................................... 33
Table 11:    General Revenue Fund Available after Constitutional Allocations and Other Restrictions ........................... 34
Table 12:    Net Revenue by Source and Object................................................................................................................ 37
Table 13:    Net Revenue by Type and Object ................................................................................................................... 50
Table 14:    Net Expenditures by Function and Department ............................................................................................. 65
Table 15:    Net Expenditures by Object ........................................................................................................................... 77
Table 16:    Revenues, Expenditures and Transfers by Department .................................................................................. 86
Table 17:    Cash Balances, Revenues and Expenditures .................................................................................................. 91
Table 18:    Transactions of Departmental Suspense Fund 0900 ...................................................................................... 104
Table 19:    Petty, Travel and Imprest Cash Advance Funds ............................................................................................. 106




List of Charts
Chart   1:   Ending Cash Balance .....................................................................................................................................   22
Chart   2:   Percentage of Revenue by Source ..................................................................................................................          24
Chart   3:   Percentage of Net Expenditures by Function .................................................................................................                28
Chart   4:   Percentage of Net Expenditures by Object Group .........................................................................................                    30




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Introduction


T
          he 2004 Annual Cash Report for the State       health and human services, etc.) and by categories
          of Texas is a cash-basis presentation of the   (salaries, supplies, etc.). Additional information on
          stateʼs financial condition on August 31,       investments held by the state, aggregate cash bal-
2004. The financial information is derived from the       ances, and major taxes can also be found in this re-
Uniform Statewide Accounting System, which is            port. Balances for petty, travel and imprest cash are
maintained by the State Comptrollerʼs Office. Vari-       also shown by fund.
ous table presentations for the financial information         The report also shows information for all funds
allow the reader to view the data from many per-         maintained in the State Treasury. Each fund in-
                                                                                                                 Revenue is
spectives.                                               cludes the following information:                       reported in
    The report shows revenue and expenditure de-             • date of origin                                    the period
tails for all funds in the State Treasury. (The Office        • administering agency                              when cash is
                                                                                                                 collected, and
of the State Treasurer was combined with the State           • authorizing statute                               expenditures
Comptroller on September 1, 1996 per S.B. 20,                • revenues at the object code within the            are reported
S.J.R. 1, 74th Leg., R.S. The constitutional amend-             category level                                   in the period
                                                                                                                 when cash
ment authorizing the merge was passed on Novem-              • expenditures at the category level
                                                                                                                 disbursements
ber 7, 1995.) Revenue is reported in the period when                                                             are made.
cash is collected, and expenditures are reported in          Timing differences may result in a variance
the period when cash disbursements are made. A           between the Annual Cash Report, which is on the
small percentage of funds are held outside the State     cash basis, and the Comprehensive Annual Finan-
Treasury and are not included in the report.             cial Report, which is on the accrual basis. Negative
    The report includes summary and detail tables.       amounts occurring within the expenditure or rev-
Revenue presentation includes sources such as tax-       enue sections of each fund may occur due to prior
es and federal income as well as categories such as      year corrections, refunds, or transfers processed
transportation and insurance. Expenditure informa-       during the current year.
tion is shown by governmental functions (education,




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Review of the Texas Economy in Fiscal 2004:
A Cautious Rebound


T
         he Texas economy is finally rebounding          ing business and continued migration into the state
         after the sharp decline, paralleling the na-   will allow the state to outpace the U.S. slightly.
         tional downturn, that began during 2001.       Thus, Texasʼ year-over-year job growth should av-
Statewide nonfarm employment has increased in 10        erage about 2 percent over the coming year.
of the last 11 months and added 116,600 nonfarm
jobs during fiscal 2004. This represented a year-to-     Review of Texas Industry                               Nine of the
year employment growth of 1.2 percent from Au-          Performance in Fiscal 2004                             ten leading
gust 2003 to August 2004. As statewide jobs have            Of Texasʼ eleven major nonfarm industries, as      indicator
                                                                                                               components
increased, the jobless rate has slowly declined. The    defined by the North American Industrial Classifi-
                                                                                                               pointed towards
statewide unemployment rate has fallen from 6.8         cation System (NAICS), all but two (manufactur-        stronger growth
percent at the beginning of fiscal 2004 to 5.7 per-      ing and information) added employment during fis-       in the near
cent as the fiscal year came to a close, although it     cal 2004. The fastest growing major industry, with     future.

remains considerably above its low point of 3.8 per-    3.3 percent employment growth over the year, was
cent in December 2000. Revised numbers showed           education and health services, reflecting the rapid
a loss of 0.7 percent of Texas nonfarm jobs during      growth of health care expenditures nationally and in
fiscal 2003, so fiscal 2004 was the first year since       Texas. The sector to drop the most jobs was manu-
2001 to end with an increase in nonfarm jobs. Dur-      facturing, which lost 0.9 percent of its employment
ing the fiscal year, Texas and national job growth       during the year.
rates have been almost identical.
    Economic indicators point to continued job
growth in fiscal 2005, although still at a less vigor-
ous rate than the 3 to 4 percent annual rates that
were typical in the mid to late 1990s. The Comp-
trollerʼs Texas Index of Leading Economic Indica-
tors improved on a year-to-year basis during every
month of fiscal 2004, and as of July 2004, the index
was 4.5 percent above its level in July 2003. As fis-
cal 2004 closed, nine of the ten leading indicator
components pointed towards stronger growth in
the near future. Among major components, initial
claims for unemployment compensation were down
by 13.7 percent from the previous year, the help-
wanted index was up by 4.9 percent, new business
incorporations were up by 10.1 percent, and the
U.S. leading indicators index was up by 2.8 percent.
Although Texas industrial output is growing, strong
productivity gains (increases in output per hour of
work) continue to put a damper on manufacturing
job growth, both in Texas and in the Nation. Texasʼ
central Sunbelt location, relatively low costs of do-


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                   Manufacturing Job Growth Limited                        primary metals (400 jobs, or 1.6 percent), and furni-
                   by High Productivity Growth                             ture manufacturing (400 jobs, or 1.3 percent).
                       Texas manufacturers are producing more with             Also on the economic bright side, fiscal 2004
                   fewer workers, fueled by steady advances in infor-      saw a re-emergence of growth in the high technolo-
                   mation technology and processing. During fiscal          gy sectors. While computer and electronic products
                   2004, the real, inflation-adjusted gross state prod-     experienced double-digit job losses in fiscal 2003,
                   uct in Texas manufacturing rose about two and a         this sector added jobs, albeit slowly, increasing by
                   half percentage points, even though employment          1,200 jobs (1.1 percent) statewide from August 2003
                   in manufacturing declined by 8,100 jobs. Accord-        to August 2004. The return of investment money to
                   ing to the Texas Workforce Commission, both the         high technology, in conjunction with the replace-
                   durable and nondurable manufacturing goods in-          ment of products put in place in the late 1990s in
                   dustries lost jobs, with the largest percentage drops   anticipation of “Y2K,” gave a shot in the arm to
                   in paper manufacturing (down 1,800 jobs, or 7.6         computer and electronics manufacturing during the
Fiscal year        percent), printing and related support manufactur-      fiscal year and lent optimism for continued recov-
2004 saw a         ing (down 2,000 jobs, or 5.3 percent), and electrical   ery in the near future.
re-emergence                                                                   The stateʼs total loss in manufacturing employ-
                   equipment, appliances, and electrical components
of growth in the
high technology    (down 1,200 jobs, or 6.7 percent). Unlike a year        ment, at -0.9 percent for the year, was marginally
sectors.           ago, however, when total manufacturing was down         worse than manufacturing employment nationwide,
                   51,400 jobs—including nearly 13,000 in computer         which registered a modest 0.1 percent increase.
                   manufacturing alone—no single manufacturing             Texasʼ manufacturing industries are more concen-
                   component lost more than 2,000 jobs in fiscal 2004.      trated than nationally in petrochemicals and the ma-
                   Machinery manufacturing (down 1,800 jobs, or 2.3        chinery assembly industries, which remained weak
                   percent) and miscellaneous manufacturing (down          throughout the year.
                   1,700, or 4.9 percent) round out the industries that
                   lost more than 1,000 jobs in fiscal 2004.                Support Industries for Oil
                       Not all manufacturing sectors lost jobs, however.   and Gas on the Move
                   The one that added the most was petroleum refining           The segments of the oil and gas industry that
                   (up 1,000 jobs, or 4.3 percent), which was boosted      have most benefited from higher fuel prices are oil
                   by strong demand for gasoline and other refined          and gas drilling and other support activities. The
                   products. Other industries that added employment        stateʼs oil and gas extraction sector actually lost
                   were fabricated metals (600 jobs, or 0.6 percent),      jobs during fiscal 2004 (down 700 jobs, or –1.1
                                                                           percent), given that oil and gas production within
                                                                           the stateʼs borders are declining nearly 5 percent
                                                                           per year. In contrast, for the second year, support
                                                                           activities for mining (including drilling providers)
                                                                           added employment, with an additional 2,200 jobs,
                                                                           or 3.0 percent. Worldwide demand for oil increased
                                                                           faster than the supply, particularly due to sizeable
                                                                           demand increases from China, which is now the
                                                                           worldʼs second largest importer of oil. This, plus
                                                                           the fear of political supply disruptions, kept energy
                                                                           prices high during the fiscal year. Texas, serving as
                                                                           a headquarters site—and with four times the nation-
                                                                           al concentration of oil and gas as a percentage of
                                                                           the economy—saw the net addition of 1,300 natural
                                                                           resources and mining jobs (up 0.9 percent) in fiscal
                                                                           2004.



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Construction Continues with
Low Residential Mortgage Rates
    The Texas construction industry continued a
relentless climb in fiscal 2004, taking advantage
of residential mortgage rates that remained favor-
able through the year. Again residential, rather than
commercial, construction led to the total increase
of 5,200 construction jobs (1.0 percent) in Texas
during fiscal 2004. Business failures and layoffs
have increased the supply of available office and
warehouse space in the market, reducing the de-
mand for nonresidential construction and workers.
In contrast, nonbuilding activity—such as road and
bridge construction—grew at double-digit rates in
2004, after suffering through double-digit percent-
age losses in fiscal 2003.
    Statewide, building construction (combining
both residential and nonresidential) added 1,800
jobs (up 1.3 percent) in fiscal 2004, with heavy         percent rate of growth, this industry not only added
and civil engineering construction also growing at      the most new jobs among major Texas industries,
about the same rate (1.2 percent). Housing sales had    but also grew at the fastest rate. About 95 percent
another up year, at 12 percent above their level a      of the job growth in this industry was in the health
year ago, giving impetus to housing starts, which       sectors. The health care and social assistance sec-
reached a twenty-year high. The level of housing        tor alone now employs over one million Texans,
starts in fiscal 2004 matched numbers not seen since     with more people employed in this sector than
the stateʼs 1983-1984 real estate boom.                 in manufacturing, and nearly as many as in retail
                                                        trade. Based on job growth, the ambulatory health
Services Still Account for                              care services sector (NAICS 621) was the fastest
the State’s Job Growth                                  growing sub-industry in the state over the past year,
                                                                                                                   Education and
    Because the losses in manufacturing exceeded        adding 21,400 jobs, for a 5.0 percent increase in its      health services
the gains in mining and construction, the goods-pro-    workforce.                                                 not only added
ducing sectors of Texas lost a handful of nonfarm           The educational services component, which              the most new
                                                                                                                   jobs, but also
jobs during the fiscal year, dipping one-tenth of a      includes private schools, universities, training
                                                                                                                   grew at the
percentage point. In contrast, every service-provid-    schools, and other private educational instruction,        fastest rate.
ing sector except the information industry added        grew more slowly (at 1.4 percent) and accounted
jobs during fiscal 2004. Service-providing jobs now      for only 1,700 of the jobs added in the industry.
account for 83.2 percent of all Texas nonfarm jobs,
up from 80.7 percent ten years ago.                     Trade, Transportation, and Utilities
                                                        Has Best Year Since Fiscal 2000
Education and Health Services                               The trade, transportation, and utilities industry is
Industry Leads the Pack                                 the stateʼs largest employment sector, with 1.95 mil-
    Education and health services accounted for         lion Texas jobs. In fiscal 2004, it turned around two
about one-third of the stateʼs total nonfarm employ-    years of job losses and substantially outperformed
ment growth during fiscal 2004. Drawing primarily        its last growth year, fiscal 2001, which registered
from the growth in physicianʼs offices and outpa-        a 0.2 percent increase. Growing 1.7 percent dur-
tient health care, as well as home health and ambu-     ing fiscal 2004, trade, transportation, and utilities
latory health services, education and health services   exceeded all but education and health services in
added 37,300 jobs during the fiscal year. At a 3.3       the number of new jobs, with an increase of 32,600


                                            State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report
                                                               5
                                                                             (such as port and harbor activities, towing, and
                                                                             freight packing and crating), which also added 900
                                                                             jobs.
                                                                                 The utilities sector, traditionally the most stable
                                                                             part of the trade, transportation, and utilities indus-
                                                                             try, was the slowest growing segment of the indus-
                                                                             try. Even this sector lost employment in fiscal 2003,
                                                                             but it added 300 jobs statewide during fiscal 2004,
                                                                             for an employment increase of 0.6 percent.

                                                                             Information Industry Hampered
                                                                             by Still Ailing Telecommunications
                                                                                 The sole service-providing industry to end fiscal
                                                                             2004 with fewer jobs than it began was the infor-
                                                                             mation industry, although some components of the
                                                                             industry have turned the corner to eke out growth.
                                                                             Overall, the industry lost 3,700 jobs statewide (-1.6
                                                                             percent). The main component to suffer, telecom-
                                                                             munications, was responsible for these losses and
                                                                             then some. Telecommunications alone lost 5,500
                                                                             jobs, with an additional 700 jobs lost in printing
                                                                             and publishing. A bit of arithmetic reveals that the
                   workers for the year. Retail trade accounted for          remaining sectors of the information industry actu-
                   13,900 of these jobs, spread across a broad range of      ally netted a positive 2,500 jobs. The bulk of Texas
                   retailing sectors. Several retailing categories expe-     telecommunications employment is in wired and
                   rienced robust growth rates of 2.5 percent or higher,     wireless cellular providers of telephone services,
                   including building materials and garden equipment         although there is also substantial employment in
                   (up 2.8 percent), health and personal care stores         paging services, satellite and cable providers, and
                   (up 3.2 percent), clothing and clothing accessories       telecommunications reselling services. Information
                   (up 3.7 percent), and non-store retailers (including      is actually a conglomerate of several industries,
                   electronic shopping and mail-order sales), which          some old-economy (such as printing, publishing,
                   topped the job growth among retailers, at 4.9 per-        data processing, television broadcasting, and wired
Internet service   cent. A few other retail trade sectors lost jobs during   telephone services) and some newer economy (cel-
providers and
                   the year, but none more than 500 jobs. During the         lular telephone providers, Internet providers, DSL,
web search
portals saw        fiscal year, the wholesale trade sector added 8,300        and software services).
some renewed       jobs, or 1.8 percent, patterning closely the retail           Parts of the newer information economy have
job gains          trade sector.                                             not yet recovered from the one-two punch of high
statewide.
                       Transportation and warehousing enjoyed mod-           technology-related overcapacity and the collapse of
                   erate growth of 1.9 percent during the fiscal year,        stock values in 2000 and 2001. Software spending
                   partly as airline employment overcame the signifi-         has since risen, and an industry bottom is form-
                   cant losses seen over the last three fiscal years. Even    ing, but some crippled companies are still cutting
                   with higher fuel prices, air, rail, and truck transpor-   payrolls amid stiff competition, particularly among
                   tation all added employment during the year. The          cellular telephone providers. For Internet service
                   increases however, were modest, with each adding          providers and web search portals, fiscal 2004 saw
                   fewer than 1,000 jobs statewide. The greatest job         some renewed job gains statewide, up 300 jobs or
                   growth in transportation and warehousing was not          0.8 percent, during fiscal 2004.
                   in these sectors, but in couriers and messengers (up          The last few years have been difficult for pub-
                   900 jobs) and support activities for transportation       lishers of newspapers and magazines not only in


                                             State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report
                                                                6
Texas but nationwide. Alternative electronic media,                                                                            Restaurants Boost the Leisure
which can be updated more immediately, are now                                                                                 and Hospitality Industry
clearly pressuring the printing segment of the in-                                                                                 Unlike professional and business services, the
dustry. Publishing lost 1.4 percent of its Texas em-                                                                           leisure and hospitality industry continued to grow
ployment over the past year.                                                                                                   over the last three years, and restaurants provided
                                                                                                                               the momentum underlying most of this growth.
Financial Activities Hurt by                                                                                                   Growing even faster over the past year, restau-          The hiring
Nonresidential Markets and Leasing                                                                                             rants and bars, including caterers, added 17,600         of temporary
                                                                                                                                                                                        help typically
    Like information, the stateʼs financial activities                                                                          jobs from August 2003 to August 2004, for a fiscal        re-ignites in the
industry was boosted by a relatively healthy year in                                                                           2004 job increase of 2.6 percent. Losses in hotel        early stages of
one area and stifled by weakness in another. Bank-                                                                              and motel employment, as well as small declines          a recovery.
ing, credit, and loan financing added jobs, but real                                                                            in arts, sports, museum, and zoo employment were
estate and leasing services suffered losses. Banking                                                                           more than counterbalanced by gains in eating and
and credit intermediation services tacked on 4,900                                                                             drinking places, bars, amusement parks, and recre-
jobs during the year (up 2.3 percent), taking advan-                                                                           ation/fitness centers. Overall, leisure and hospitality
tage of healthy mortgage and refinancing activity,                                                                              services added 19,500 jobs for a 2.3 percent gain
growing fee income, and mostly favorable lending                                                                               during the year.
spreads. The real estate and leasing services sector
experienced another positive year for residential
housing sales, but losses in nonresidential real es-
tate and leasing services exceeded the gains on the
residential side. Overall, real estate lost 1,400 jobs
(-1.3 percent) and rental and leasing services lost
700 jobs (-1.2 percent).

Professional and Business Services
Back on the Growth Track
    Texasʼ professional and business services indus-
try lost 1.5 percent of its jobs in fiscal 2001, 2.9 per-
cent in fiscal 2002, and 2.0 percent in fiscal 2003,
so it was a welcome change to see this industry add
25,700 jobs in fiscal 2004, chalking up job growth
of 2.5 percent. All segments of the professional and
business services industry experienced net job gains
in fiscal 2004, with the largest percentage increase
                                                           Photo courtesy of Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau.




(3.2 percent) in the management of companies sec-
tor, and the largest number of net jobs (13,400) in
administrative, support, and waste services. Most
of this growth was in temporary help jobs, which
declined markedly during the 2001-2002 downturn.
The hiring of temporary help typically re-ignites in
the early stages of a recovery, as employers are still
weighing the feasibility of hiring permanent em-
ployees.




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                                                                 7
Other Services                                          Government Jobs Stay Close to Home
    A wide mix of jobs with generally few em-               Government employment rose slightly during
ployees rounds out the Other Services industry in       fiscal 2004, but once again, it was entirely due to
Texas. The sector includes a range of occupations       growth in the local government sector, particularly
such as automotive repair, automobile body shops,       in public schools. Due to cutbacks and a tendency
computer repair, beauty salons and hair stylists, dry   toward shifting more governmental responsibilities
cleaning, civic and social associations, religious      away from the federal government, federal civilian
organizations, professional organizations, and em-      employment in Texas and the nation fell, dropping
ployment in private households. Overall, this col-      in Texas by 4,200 jobs, or 2.3 percent. State govern-
lection of industries added a fractional percentage     ment, operating under deeper budget constraints,
(0.6 percent) of jobs during fiscal 2004, with con-      also lost jobs, as state government gave up a net
siderable variation among the sub-sectors. Repair       3,200 jobs, or 1.0 percent over the past year. The
and maintenance services, in general, lost jobs         local government sector, boosted by school district
(down 600 jobs, or 0.6 percent), as did personal and    hiring, added more than 10,000 jobs, or 1.0 percent.
laundry services (down 700 jobs, or 0.8 percent)        Overall, civilian government employment tacked
during fiscal 2004. However, the job growth of 1.5       on a net of 2,800 jobs, 0.2 percent growth between
percent in religious, civic, and professional organi-   August 2003 and August 2004. Consequently, of the
zations more than offset these losses. Overall, the     total 116,600 jobs added to the state during fiscal
other services category added 2,100 jobs.               2004, nearly 98 percent (113,800 new jobs) were in
                                                        the private sector.




                         State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report
                                            8
Major Cities in Review
2004

Austin-San Marcos MSA                                   a 2.3 percent increase. During the same period, the
    The Austin-San Marcos metropolitan area in-         largest percentage increase (6.9 percent) was in
cludes Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, and Wil-        mining sector employment, although the base of
liamson counties. Between 2002 and 2003, the met-       employment was small. Other Austin-San Marcos
ro areaʼs population grew by 2.3 percent, a slower      industry sectors posting employment gains of 2.0         The Austin
                                                                                                                 metro areaʼs
pace than the 4.0 percent annual gains seen in the      percent or higher from 2003 to 2004 included con-        unemployment
1990s. Williamson County posted the highest popu-       struction (2.0 percent, 700 jobs), financial activities   rate was the
lation growth rate at 4.6 percent, Bastrop County       (2.8 percent, 1,100 jobs), and leisure and hospitality   lowest of the
                                                                                                                 six largest
was up 4.4 percent, Hays County went up 4.1 per-        (2.1 percent, 1,400 jobs).
                                                                                                                 metropolitan
cent while the lowest population growth occurred            Professional business services accounted for         areas in the
in Caldwell (1.8 percent) and Travis counties (1.1      12.7 percent of the metro areaʼs workforce and           state in 2004.
percent). Overall, the Austin-San Marcos area had       posted the largest number of job losses, finishing
the fastest population growth of Texasʼ six major       the year in August 2004 with 1,500 fewer jobs. This
metropolitan areas during 2002 and 2003.                job loss represents a drop of 1.7 percent between
    The Austin-San Marcos economy was one of the        August 2003 and August 2004.
fastest growing in the nation during the 1990s when
the area experienced strong job gains and posted
low unemployment rates. In 2001, the metro areaʼs
rapid economic expansion slowed with the high tech
downturn and the U.S. recession. By August 2003,
the metro areaʼs unemployment rate stood at 5.7
percent, but in August 2004, after Austin-San Mar-
cos again began to see job growth, the unemploy-
ment rate dipped to 4.3 percent. The Austin metro
areaʼs unemployment rate was the lowest of the six
largest metropolitan areas in the state in 2004.
    A positive sign for the Texas economy is that all
of the major metro areas gained jobs between 2003
and 2004. The Austin-San Marcos metro area in-
crease of 4,800 jobs was a small gain of 0.7 percent.
Job losses in Austin-San Marcos during the period
occurred in information services, down 700 jobs;
professional business services, down 1,500 jobs;
federal government, down 600 jobs; and state gov-
ernment, down 100 jobs.
    Government accounted for 22.3 percent of the
Austin-San Marcos metro workforce. The largest
job gains between August 2003 and August 2004
were in the local government sector (1,500 jobs),



                                            State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report
                                                               9
                       Sales subject to tax in the Austin-San Marcos      (7,200 employees). Rounding out the top ten are
                   area rose from $15.6 billion in 2002 to $16 billion    Motorola (6,600 employees), IBM Corporation
                   in 2003, an increase of 2.3 percent. During the first   (6,300 employees), the H-E-B Grocery Company
                   quarter of 2004, sales subject to tax in the Austin-   (6,200 employees), the IRS (5,000) and Austin
                   San Marcos metro area climbed 4.6 percent from         Community College (4,600 employees).
                   the same period in 2003 to $3.8 billion.
                       In the Austin-San Marcos Metropolitan Statis-      Dallas MSA
                   tical Area (MSA) single family building permits            The population of the Dallas metro area, includ-
                   issued increased 68.4 percent during the twelve        ing the counties of Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis,
                   months ending August 2004, totaling 12,700 com-        Henderson, Hunt, Kaufman, and Rockwall, grew
                   pared to the 7,500 recorded a year earlier. The av-    2.0 percent between August 2002 and August 2003
                   erage value of the dwellings built fell to $124,300    to 3,811,300 from 3,736,300. The bulk of the metro
In the Austin-     in August 2004, down 3.6 percent from $129,000 a       areaʼs population was centered in Dallas County
San Marcos
Metropolitan       year earlier.                                          (2.3 million).
Statistical Area       The Texas Department of Transportation Avia-           After slipping in recent years, Dallas was ranked
(MSA) single       tion Divisionʼs study (June 2003) estimated the        18th by Business 2.0 magazineʼs survey of the hot-
family building
                   Austin-Bergstrom International Airport supports        test job markets in the U.S. in early 2004. Total
permits issued
increased 68.4     about 36,000 jobs and generates $1.9 billion in an-    non-farm employment expanded 0.6 percent, to
percent during     nual economic activity in the greater Austin area,     1,908,800 from 1,897,300, in the same period. The
the twelve         roughly the same economic impact as Dallasʼ Love       unemployment rate fell to 5.8 percent in August
months ending
August 2004.       Field and Houstonʼs William P. Hobby Airport. The      2004 from 7.1 percent in August 2003, placing the
                   Austin airport hosts more than 1.9 million travelers   Dallas metro areaʼs unemployment rate third high-
                   a year. The airport provided 35,700 full-time posi-    est of the six largest metro areas in Texas behind
                   tions in 2003 and maintained an annual payroll of      Houston (6.0 percent) and El Paso (7.2 percent).
                   $790.6 million.                                            Comparing Dallas metro area employment totals
                       The top employers in Austin in 2004 (outside of    between August 2003 and August 2004, the area
                   state government), according to the Greater Austin     gained 20,900 jobs in seven sectors and lost 9,400
                   Chamber of Commerce, are the University of Texas       in four sectors. The information services sector lost
                   at Austin (20,300 employees), Dell Computer Cor-       3,300 jobs, professional and business services shed
                   poration (16,000 employees), the City of Austin        3,000 jobs, construction employment dipped by
                   (11,800 employees), the Austin Independent School      2,100 and other services lost 1,000 jobs.
                   District (10,400 employees) and Seton Health Care          Between August 2003 and August 2004, a hand-
                                                                          ful of major Dallas metro area employers continued
                                                                          to trim their payrolls. According to the Texas A&M
                                                                          Real Estate Center, Southwest Airlines eliminated
                                                                          almost 500 jobs in early 2004. Also in 2004, The
                                                                          Management and Training Corporation laid off
                                                                          400, and The American General Life Companies,
                                                                          The Andrew Corporation, and Americo Services,
                                                                          Inc. each dismissed another 200. Texas Instruments
                                                                          (TI) research, design, and manufacturing employed
                                                                          9,300 in August 2004, a reduction of 1 percent from
                                                                          the 10,300 employees on TIʼs payroll in August
                                                                          2003. Health servicesʼ employment stayed level at
                                                                          Parkland Memorial Hospital (7,400), Baylor Uni-
                                                                          versity Medical Center (7,400) and University of
                                                                          Texas Southwest Medical Center (6,500).



                                            State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report
                                                              10
    The largest job gains from August 2003 to Au-
gust 2004 occurred in government, which added
8,500 jobs. The education and health services sec-
tor added 6,900 jobs, and the leisure and hospitality
sector added 3,000 jobs, an increase of 1.8 percent.
Other job gains surfaced in trade, transportation, and
utilities (1,000); financial, insurance, and real estate
(900); manufacturing (500); and mining (100).
    The headquarters of 17 Fortune 500 companies
call Dallas home. These include Affiliated Com-
puter Services, Brinker International, Centex, Dean
Foods, Southwest Airlines, and Texas Instruments.
    Despite the recent job losses in the Dallas metro
area, new manufacturing construction underway
bodes well for the future. According to the Greater
Dallas Chamber of Commerce, new commercial
facilities under development in Dallas include a          homes on the market. Fueled partly by the demise
$60 million manufacturing facility owned by Indi-         of the high tech and communications boom of the
ana-based Sowell Properties, a $45 million Tram-          1990s, the Dallas metro area claimed the highest of-
mell Crow project, and $23 million in construction        fice-vacancy rate in the U.S. in 2004, with commer-
planned by Hanson Pipe Facilities. Texas Instru-          cial real estate foreclosures at record-setting levels.
ments continues planning the construction of a $3             According to Texas A&M Universityʼs Real Es-
billion semiconductor manufacturing plant in Rich-        tate Center, the Dallas metro area issued 16.9 per-
ardson before the end of 2005. The project will cre-      cent more single-family building permits (29,800)
ate an estimated initial 1,000 jobs and potentially       during the twelve months ending in August 2004
stimulate almost $12 billion in economic activity,        than in the same measure for August 2003. In addi-
including more than 75,000 permanent employ-              tion, the price of the average Dallas metro area sin-
ment positions.                                           gle-family home of $171,400 in August 2004 was
    Estimated to cost $2 billion, the DFW Airportʼs       down 0.6 percent from the August 2003 average
Terminal D and Skylink people-mover is scheduled          value of $172,400. The trends in prices of homes
to open in the summer of 2005. The project includes       varied around the metro area. While the prices of         The headquarters
                                                                                                                    of 17 Fortune
a Grand Hyatt Hotel connected to the two million-         East Dallas homes dropped 10 percent between              500 companies
square-foot terminal. To offset some construction         2003 and 2004, North Dallas home prices rose more         call Dallas home.
costs, American Airlines has leased two-thirds of         than 10 percent. Although residential real estate
Terminal Dʼs gates to domestic flight operators.           prices generally boomed in at least a dozen U.S. cit-
This revenue will help American Airlines recap-           ies in the second quarter of 2004, Dallas-area prices
ture a $30 million discount on its own international      stayed level through August 2004 for most homes.
flightsʼ landing fees from Terminal D.                         All sales subject to sales tax at the end of the
    Railroad freight transportation hit record levels     first quarter of 2004 totaled nearly $12 billion, an
in August 2004 due to high gas prices. Although           increase of 6.2 percent above the $11.3 billion re-
railroads began increasing their prices in 2004, de-      ported for Dallas at the end of the first quarter of
mand for railroad transportation grows. Trucking          2003. Dallas County accounted for the highest dol-
activity continued to show strength despite higher        lar total ($8.9 billion) in MSA sales subject to sales
fuel costs.                                               tax at the end of the first quarter of 2004, followed
    Dallas continued to suffer an excess supply of        by Collin, Denton, Ellis, Kaufman, Hunt, Hender-
office space and an expanding inventory of new             son, and Rockwall counties.




                                              State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report
                                                                11
                  El Paso MSA                                              financial activities, and construction. Government
                      The City of El Pasoʼs population grew from           jobs expanded by 2,500 jobs, or 4.2 percent; educa-
                  695,100 in 2002 to 705,400 in 2003, making it            tion and health services grew by 1,100 jobs, or 3.9
                  Texasʼ sixth largest city, behind fifth-ranked Fort       percent; professional and business services added
                  Worth. Excluding metro areas, the City of El Paso is     800 jobs, up 3.3 percent; leisure and hospitality jobs
                  now the 22nd largest city in the country–larger than     rose by 600 jobs, or 2.7 percent; financial, insurance
                  Boston, Seattle, and Denver. Located close to New        and real estate services expanded by 200 jobs, or
                  Mexico along the Texas-Mexico border, the El Paso        1.8 percent; and the construction sector climbed by
                  metro area, with its sister city Juarez, Mexico, rep-    100 jobs, or 0.8 percent.
                  resent the largest population center on an interna-          The largest employer in the El Paso area, the Fort
                  tional border in the world, with 2.2 million people.     Bliss Army Air Defense Artillery Training Center
                      The strong dollar and a slow U.S. recovery           started in 1848 as a cavalry post to protect Ameri-
                  battered El Pasoʼs international economy from            can settlers. Now the worldʼs largest Air Defense
                  2002 through 2003. In its current transition from a      Training Center, Fort Bliss includes the Air Defense
The City of
                  goods-producing economy to a service economy, El         Artillery (ADA) School, four combat brigades and
El Paso is
now the 22nd      Pasoʼs financial outlook should improve given its         the U.S.ʼ third longest runway at Biggs Army Air-
largest city in   low taxes, abundance of labor, and moderate wage         field. Fort Bliss can handle every Army weapon
the country-      rates. In 2004, The National Policy Research Coun-       system. Its vast 1.1 million acres make Fort Bliss
larger than
Boston, Seattle   cil ranked El Paso in the top 50 of U.S. cities based    a superior facility for training, mobilization and the
and Denver.       on government and public safety, environment, and        deployment of combat forces. Roving Sands, the
                  infrastructure.                                          worldʼs largest joint integrated air defense exercise,
                      As of August 2004, El Pasoʼs unemployment            involving soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines, is
                  rate was 7.2 percent, almost three full percentage       conducted here over 14,000 square miles of Texas
                  points lower than the 10.1 percent reached in Au-        and New Mexico desert.
                  gust 2003. El Paso lost 1,300 jobs in three sectors          As of December 2003, Fort Bliss supported an
                  from August 2003 to August 2004. The manufactur-         average of 122,000 military and civilian personnel
                  ing sector declined 3.8 percent (down 1,000 jobs);       (17,500 active-duty, 33,500 retirees, 7,000 civilian
                  other services contracted 2.5 percent, (down 200         employees, and 64,000 active and retired family
                  jobs); and the information sector slipped 1.8 per-       members). A study by the University of Texas at El
                  cent, (down 100 jobs).                                   Pasoʼs Institute for Policy and Economic Develop-
                      More than offsetting these losses, the El Paso       ment noted that about one of every six dollars in
                  metro area added 5,300 jobs to its economy in            El Pasoʼs economy comes from the military, with
                  government, education and health services, profes-       around $1.7 billion area sales tied to spending by
                  sional and business services, leisure and hospitality,   Fort Bliss military personnel and staff. Continued


                                            State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report
                                                              12
troop buildup is expected to bring another 3,800           north and southbound dropped by almost 2 million
troops to Fort Bliss between 2004 and 2006.                to 12.6 million from 14.3 million in one yearʼs time.
    According to Texas A&M Universityʼs Real Es-           Vehicle crossings, including motorcycles and small
tate Center, El Pasoʼs largest five private employ-         trucks, in both directions fell by 200,000 to 11.7
ers include the Sierra Providence Health Network           million from 11.9 million. Although up in the first
(3,800), Wal-Mart (3,700), the Las Palmas and Del          part of 2004, northbound rail crossings plummeted
Sol Regional Healthcare System (2,200), the Echo-          almost 30.0 percent, to 21,000 from 30,000; for the
star Satellite Corporation call center (2,000) and         year as a whole, truck crossings in both directions
MCI/GC telemarketing services (1,700). El Pasoʼs           tumbled 10.0 percent to 900,000 in 2003 from one
largest public employers are the El Paso Indepen-          million the previous year.
dent School District (ISD), the City of El Paso, the           El Paso issued 29.9 percent fewer single-family
Socorro ISD, and the Ysleta ISD. According to the          building permits (3,200) during the 12 months end-
Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce, Fortune               ing in August 2004 than in the pervious 12 months.        Its vast 1.1
                                                                                                                     million acres
500 companies operating in the El Paso region in-          Between August 2003 and August 2004, the metro            make Fort Bliss
clude Boeing, Eureka, General Electric, Hoover,            areaʼs single-family home average value climbed           a superior
and Leviton.                                               6.2 percent, to $63,500 from $59,800.                     facility for
                                                                                                                     training,
    El Paso apparel manufacturer VF Jeanswear                  In the first quarter of 2004, El Paso areaʼs taxable
                                                                                                                     mobilization
(maker of Lee and Wrangler jeans) will shift the           sales were 6.1 percent higher, at $1.1 billion, than in   and the
majority of its operations to Mexico from El Paso          the same period of 2003 ($1.0 billion). This growth       deployment of
to reduce manufacturing costs. As with cutbacks            rate was comparable to the 5.7 to 6.2 percent range       combat forces.

by apparel manufacturers nationwide, the compa-            increases in taxable sales reported by Dallas, Fort
ny has been incrementally reducing its workforce           Worth, and Houston for the same quarter.
in El Paso. It cut 950 employees from the payroll
in late 2001, another 1,200 in late 2002 and more          Fort Worth-Arlington MSA
than 1,000 in 2004, leaving only 400 in El Paso.               The Fort Worth-Arlington metro area—including
This will reduce spending by former VF Jeanswear           Hood, Johnson, Parker, and Tarrant counties—had
employees in El Paso by an estimated $50 million           a 2003 population of more than 1.8 million people,
annually.                                                  up 2.2 percent from the previous year. The largest
    Offsetting losses in apparel manufacturing             county in the metro area is Tarrant County—with a
employment are projected gains in call services,           2003 population of 1.6 million people; it accounts
temporary help services, and maquiladoras (twin            for 85.0 percent of the metro area.
plants) employment. Job announcements appeared
in the spring and summer months of 2004 from ex-
panding El Paso companies, temporary-help agen-
cies and the recovering maquiladora industry. West
Corporation announced the hiring of 350 call center
employees; Medi-Flex planned to add 100 employ-
ees; and Integrated Human Capital and First Choice
Recruitment matched a number of professionals,
engineers and accountants with temporary jobs.
    Automotive vehicles and components, and
electronic parts and equipment dominate El Pasoʼs
cross-border trade activity with its sister city Juarez,
Mexico. Between 2002 and 2003, the previously de-
pressed maquiladora sector in northern Mexico and
the negative impacts from the U.S. economic down-
turn contributed to reductions in cross-border pedes-
trian, rail, truck, and car traffic. Total walking traffic


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                      Economic growth is on the upswing in the Fort         The City of Arlington, the Arlington Chamber of
                  Worth-Arlington metro area. The unemployment              Commerce, and local GM officials worked together
                  rate in Fort Worth-Arlington dropped from 6.5 per-        to show local support for awarding the next gen-
                  cent in August 2003 to 5.4 percent in August 2004.        eration of SUVs to the Arlington facility. This local
                  Total employment in the metro area increased by           support was a critical element to GM Arlingtonʼs
                  more than 3,900 jobs between August 2003 and              business case and the subsequent retention of the
                  August 2004. The employment sectors posting the           GM plant.
                  highest employment gains were government, which               The top private employers in the Fort Worth-
                  increased 3.3 percent, or 3,500 jobs, and profes-         Arlington metro area, according to the Fort-Worth
                  sional business services, which increased by 2.7          Chamber of Commerce, include American Airlines,
                  percent, or 2,200 jobs.                                   Inc. (28,500 employees), Lockheed Martin Tacti-
                      Despite the growth in total employment, many          cal Aircraft Systems (16,800 employees), Bell He-
                  employment sectors in Fort Worth-Arlington MSA            licopter – Textron, Inc. (6,000 employees), Radio
                  saw employment declines. The most significant              Shack Corporation (4,300 employees), and Harris
                  decline was in the construction sector, which lost        Methodist Hospital (3,800).
                  2,200 jobs, or 5.1 percent. No other employment
                  sector experienced declines of more than 1.2 per-         Houston MSA
                  cent.                                                         The Houston metropolitan area, which includes
                      Though manufacturing declined 1.1 percent             the counties of Chambers, Fort Bend, Harris, Lib-
                  between August 2003 and August 2004, it remains           erty, Montgomery, and Waller, had an unemploy-
                  an important employment sector in the metro area.         ment rate of 6.0 percent in August 2004, lower than
                  In August 2004, it contributed 95,000 jobs, or 12.2       the 7.0 percent unemployment rate seen in August
Economic
                  percent of the workforce.                                 2003. Houstonʼs unemployment rate is the second
growth is on
the upswing in        Single-family building permits have increased         highest of the stateʼs six major metropolitan areas,
the Fort Worth-   each year since 1998 in the Fort Worth-Arlington          behind El Pasoʼs 7.2 percent.
Arlington metro   MSA. In the twelve months ending in August 2004,              Employment in the Houston metro area in-
area.
                  they totaled more than 15,000 units, a 9.2 percent        creased from August 2003 through August 2004 by
                  gain from the previous year. The average value of         more than 24,500 jobs, despite one of the largest
                  new dwellings in the MSA was $141,400 in Au-              business bankruptcies in U.S. and Texas history.
                  gust 2004, up 6.3 percent from $133,000 in August             As with the other large metro areas in Texas,
                  2003.                                                     Houstonʼs employment gains and losses varied by
                      Sales subject to sales tax totaled $17.5 billion in   sector. The largest sector of Houstonʼs economy is
                  2003, up from $17.4 billion in 2002, an increase of       trade, transportation and utilities, which accounts
                  less than 1.0 percent. The rising trend has continued     for 21 percent of Houston employment, or 441,200
                  as taxable sales increased from $3.9 billion during       jobs, followed by government with 14.2 percent or
                  the first quarter of 2003 to $4.2 billion during the       300,000 jobs, and professional business services
                  first quarter of 2004, an increase of 6.7 percent.         with 13.9 percent or 294,200 jobs. The largest job
                      Arlington was awarded the 2004 Community              increases occurred in education and health services,
                  Economic Development Award from the Texas                 up by 9,600 jobs (4.1 percent increase). Govern-
                  Economic Development Council for cities with              ment rose by 7,000 positions (up 2.4 percent), pro-
                  populations above 100,000. The honor came for             fessional and business services increased by 4,200
                  helping to retain the local General Motors Arlington      jobs (a 1.5 percent gain), leisure and hospitality rose
                  assembly plant. The current generation (spanning          by 3,300 jobs (up 1.9 percent) and mining grew by
                  several model years) of sport utility vehicles (SUV)      1,900 jobs (up 3.0 percent). The lowest job growth
                  assembled at the Arlington GM plant are scheduled         came in the trade, transportation and utilities sector,
                  to end in 2005, and each GM plant was required to         which added only 1,700 jobs (a 0.4 percent gain).
                  submit a business case describing why it should be        Houstonʼs largest job losses came in manufactur-
                  granted production of a new generation of vehicle.        ing, which fell by 2,100 jobs or 1.1 percent; infor-


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Photo courtesy of Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau.




                                                                    mation services positions dropped by 800, down           than 61,000 employees working in its facilities,
                                                                    2.1 percent; federal government employment fell          serving 5.1 million patients in 2001 and delivering
                                                                    by 400 jobs, down 1.5 percent; other services jobs       an economic punch of $13.5 billion to the area. The
                                                                    fell by 400 jobs, down 0.4 percent; and construction     Port of Houston ranked first among U.S. ports in
                                                                    lost 200 jobs (down 0.1 percent).                        volume of foreign waterborne commerce. The port
                                                                        According to the Real Estate Center at Texas         ranked sixth largest in the world in total tonnage,
                                                                    A&M University, new residential building permits         handling 190 million tons of cargo in 2003. Total
                                                                    in Houston continue to increase as they have for         cargo tonnage for the port from January through
                                                                    more than a decade. New residential building per-        July of 2004 was ahead of the same period in 2003
                                                                    mits issued during the 12 months ending in August        by 7.0 percent.
                                                                                                                                                                                    Employment
                                                                    2004 were up 13.1 percent in the Houston metro               Houston is a major corporate center, ranking       in the Houston
                                                                    area, to 37,500, with an average new-home value of       third among U.S. metro areas in the number of          metro area
                                                                    $125,600, up 3.2 percent over August 2003.               corporate headquarters of Fortune 500 companies.       increased from
                                                                                                                                                                                    August 2003
                                                                        Sales subject to tax in the Houston area increased   As the headquarters of 20 Fortune 500 companies        through August
                                                                    from $48.8 billion in 2002 to $49.1 billion in 2003.     in 2004, Houston is universally acknowledged as        2004 by more
                                                                    First quarter total sales in 2004 were $11.9 billion,    the nationʼs energy capital, with more than 5,000      than 24,500
                                                                                                                                                                                    jobs.
                                                                    an increase of 5.7 percent above the $11.3 billion       energy-related firms. The city is a focal point for
                                                                    reported for the same period of 2003.                    international trade and banking, a major health care
                                                                        Metro Houston touts the largest population in        center and one of the nationʼs largest consumer
                                                                    Texas and is continuing to grow. From 2002 to 2003,      markets. In addition, the Houston metro area was
                                                                    the Houston metropolitan area grew by 2.1 percent,       ranked by the ACCRA Cost of Living Index as hav-
                                                                    to 4.5 million people. The populations of the two        ing the lowest cost of living and least expensive
                                                                    fastest growing counties, Fort Bend and Montgom-         housing among 25 metro areas with populations of
                                                                    ery, grew 5.3 and 5.0 percent, respectively.             more than 2 million.
                                                                        Houston is home to the Texas Medical Center,             Houstonʼs five largest private employers, ac-
                                                                    the largest medical center in the world, with more       cording to the Houston Business Journal, are Ad-


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                                                                                                                                   15
                   ministaff (18,200), Continental Airlines (16,000),      economy, and strong military presence. Together,
                   Memorial Hermann Healthcare System (15,000),            San Antonioʼs higher education facilities, strate-
                   M.D. Anderson Cancer Center (13,350), and Hal-          gic location near the border with Mexico, bilingual
                   liburton (13,000).                                      working population, transportation infrastructure,
                                                                           thriving aerospace, and tourism industries make
                   San Antonio MSA                                         San Antonio a magnet for businesses and capital
                        The San Antonio metro area is one of the fastest   investment.
                   growing of the countryʼs ten largest cities. Between        The San Antonio metro areaʼs unemployment
                   2002 and 2003, the metro area, which includes Bex-      rate decreased to 4.6 percent in August 2004 from
                   ar, Comal, Guadalupe, and Wilson Counties, grew         5.6 in August 2003. During the twelve-month pe-
                   by almost 2.0 percent, to 1,691,800 from 1,660,000.     riod, total employment increased 1.4 percent to
The
employment         During the same period, Comal Countyʼs popula-          733,400 from 723,200.
forecast for       tion grew 3.6 percent, followed by Guadalupe                Eight employment sectors witnessed job gains
San Antonio        County (2.9 percent), and Wilson County (2.6            between August 2003 and August 2004. The stron-
is one of the
brightest on the   percent). Bexar County, the metro areaʼs largest        gest growth occurred in the professional and busi-
U.S. horizon.      county, with a 2004 population near 1.5 million,        ness services sector, which added 2,700 jobs, and
                   increased the least between 2002 and 2003 (1.7          the education and health services sector, which
                   percent).                                               increased by 2,000 jobs. In the same period, low
                        The employment forecast for San Antonio is one     mortgage rates stimulated homebuilding and helped
                   of the brightest on the U.S. horizon. According to a    create 1,500 jobs in the construction sector. The lei-
                   survey of 16,000 public and private employers in        sure and hospitality industry added 1,400 jobs; the
                   470 markets coast-to-coast, San Antonioʼs metro         financial, insurance, and real estate services sector
                   area ranked in the top 10 in 2004. San Antonio also     gained 1,000 jobs; and the trade, transportation and
                   ranked fourth in Inc. magazineʼs list of “Top Cities    utilities industry added 900 jobs. Other services and
                   to Do Business in America” (March 2004) due to          government generated more than 800 jobs each to
                   its low cost of living, population growth, diversified   the Alamo Cityʼs economy.




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                                                         A handful of large businesses in San Antonio
                                                     were recognized in Family Business magazineʼs list
                                                     of the 150 largest family companies in the United
                                                     States. H-E-B Grocery Company made the list at
                                                     number 20. with $9.9 billion in reported revenue,
                                                     60,000 employees, 20 stores in Mexico. and 300 in
                                                     Texas. Clear Channel Communications ranked 27th
                                                     with $8.4 billion in revenue and more than 40,000
                                                     employees, and Zachry Construction, part owner of
                                                     the San Antonio Spurs, came in 95th, with revenue
                                                     of $1.9 billion and 14,000 employees worldwide.
                                                         The issuance of building permits for new single-
                                                     family home construction increased during the 12
                                                     months ending in August 2004 to 11,200, a 25.9
                                                     percent rise above the 8,900 permits issued in the
                                                     same period of 2003. The average value of new
                                                     single-family dwellings increased 12.1 percent to
                                                     $139,600 in August 2004, from $124,500 in August
                                                     2003.
                                                         Sales subject to sales tax in the San Antonio met-
                                                     ro area reached $3.9 billion during the first quarter
                                                                                                              Eight
                                                     of 2004, an increase of 6.2 percent above the $3.7       employment
                                                     billion for the same quarter of 2003.                    sectors in
                                                                                                              San Antonio
                                                                                                              witnessed job
                                                     Endnote                                                  gains between
                                                         This report is based on North American Indus-        August 2003
                                                     trial Classification System (NAICS) codes. It is not      and August
                                                                                                              2004.
                                                     comparable to reports from prior years based on
                                                     the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system.
                                                     Under the SIC system, businesses were classified
                                                     in 10 divisions according to the production and
    Only two San Antonio employment industry sec-    marketing-based activities in which they engaged.
tors experienced job losses between August 2003      The NAICS codes classify businesses only on their
and August 2004. Metro area manufacturing lost       production activities and divides the economy into
900 jobs and the information sector cut 100 jobs.    20 sectors to more thoroughly classify fast growing
Mining employment was essentially unchanged.         industries such as information and service indus-
    According to the Texas A&M Real Estate Cen-      tries. Also, the metropolitan statistical area defini-
ter, San Antonioʼs five largest private employers     tions used in this report do not reflect revised geo-
in 2004 ranked by total number of employees are      graphic designations and definitions provided by
USAA (15,000), H-E-B Grocery Company with 44         the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (June 6,
stores and 14,500 employees, Methodist Healthcare    2003). Sources for parts of this section include the
System (7,200), SBC (6,700) and Administaff, Inc.    Texas A&M Real Estate Centerʼs web site, the U.S.
(4,300). The metro areaʼs top five largest public     Census Bureau, the Texas Workforce Commission,
employers, measured by employee totals, are Fort     the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, and the
Sam Houston (17,500), Kelly USA (12,200 civilian     Chambers of Commerce of Austin-San Marcos,
and government), Lackland Airforce Base (10,700),    Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth/Arlington, Houston and
The City of San Antonio (9,800), and Northside In-   San Antonio.
dependent School District (8,800).


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                                                           17
State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report
                  18
The State’s Financial Condition:
Revenue, Expenditures and Cash Balances
Annual Cash Report vs.                                    (2) The Cash Report presents information for
Annual Financial Report                                       cash receipts and disbursements during
   The State of Texas issues two financial reports             the reporting period. The CAFR presents
each year: the Annual Cash Report and the Compre-             information on an accrual basis recogniz-
hensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).                       ing amounts owed by the state but not
   The Annual Cash Report, issued the first Mon-               paid at the end of the fiscal year, as well as
day in November, presents cash-basis information              amounts due to the state but not received
on revenues, expenditures and balances for funds              by the end of the fiscal year.
held in the State Treasury. Balances for funds held       (3) The Cash Report does not show informa-
outside the Treasury are not reported.                        tion on real property and other fixed assets,
   The CAFR, issued the last day of February each             long-term obligations or investments held
year, is prepared in accordance with generally ac-            outside the State Treasury. The CAFR in-
cepted accounting principles (GAAP). It presents a            cludes these items and other items relating
more comprehensive picture of the stateʼs financial            to the net worth of the state.
condition than the Cash Report by combining the           (4) The Cash Report does not include the ad-
annual financial reports of all state agencies and             ditional statistical and economic data that
universities. It also contains additional financial            are reported in the CAFR.
and statistical information necessary to conform
to standards set by the Governmental Accounting        Funds Consolidation
Standards Board.                                           Consolidated funds are reported as accounts
   The major differences between the Cash Report       within the Consolidated General Revenue Fund.
and the CAFR are:                                      Dedicated revenues are retained by the special ac-
   (1) The Cash Report includes revenues and           counts. Tables 1, 17 and 19 reflect funds consolida-
        expenditures for funds held in the State       tion for 2004.
        Treasury. The CAFR presents informa-
        tion on all state funds including those held   State Revenues
        outside the State Treasury.                       Texasʼ net revenue for all funds increased by
                                                       12.6 percent for fiscal 2004. Net revenue for funds
                                                       excluding trust funds was up 6.5 percent over fiscal
                                                       2003, for a total of $62.1 billion.




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                                                             19
                      Financial Condition                                                               Revenue Fund 0001 and General Revenue Ac-
                      Cash Condition                                                                    counts. General Revenue Accounts are identified
                      (Tables 1 – 2, Chart 1)                                                           as dedicated accounts.
                          Table 1 shows the stateʼs beginning cash bal-                                    Table 2 shows the ending cash balances for each
                      ances, receipts, disbursements and ending cash                                    fund type for the past five fiscal years. Total cash
                      balances for each fund type. Consolidated General                                 balances for all fund types increased $9.3 billion or
                      Revenue includes balances for the General Rev-                                    144.0 percent over the fiscal 2003 ending cash bal-
                      enue Fund as well as general fund accounts that                                   ance for all funds. Of the total increase in the end-
                      have been consolidated. Table 1 also shows Con-                                   ing cash balance, $6.6 billion can be attributed to
                      solidated General Revenue amounts by General                                      the timing of Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes


TABLE 1
STATEMENT OF CASH POSITION
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                             General                General             Consolidated                                        All
                                             Revenue               Revenue                 General                Special                  Other              Total
                                            Fund 0001              Dedicated             Revenue (1)             Revenue                   Funds            All Funds

FUND BALANCE–
 SEPTEMBER 1, 2003
 Cash in State Treasury                $ (1,978,434,878) $ 2,380,157,010            $    401,722,132       $ 3,010,130,687        $ 3,063,999,905       $ 6,475,852,724
 Cash in Petty Cash Accounts                  2,604,335        4,671,459                   7,275,794               924,925                 45,000             8,245,719
                                         (1,975,830,543)   2,384,828,469                 408,997,926         3,011,055,612          3,064,044,905         6,484,098,443

NET REVENUE
 Tax Collections                27,847,453,091                      33,813,500        27,881,266,591             31,735,055         1,694,828,767         29,607,830,413
 Federal Income                 11,720,011,837                   7,387,990,542        19,108,002,379          2,829,675,153           378,884,050         22,316,561,582
 Licenses, Fees, Permits
   Fines & Penalties             2,511,423,815                   2,059,024,211          4,570,448,025           975,183,086               206,971,407      5,752,602,519
 Interest and Investment Income    (39,240,771)                     43,153,951              3,913,180         1,402,096,085               213,033,788      1,619,043,052
 Net Lottery Proceeds                                            1,596,764,098          1,596,764,098                                                      1,596,764,098
 Sales of Goods and Services       167,778,644                       3,150,558            170,929,201           158,304,708                     4,893        329,238,802
 Settlements of Claims              24,728,544                     485,159,876            509,888,420               173,390                 1,362,215        511,424,025
 Land Income                        43,440,307                       6,604,729             50,045,036           448,137,179               167,336,047        665,518,262
 Contributions to Employee
   Benefits                        178,178,251                                           178,178,251                                3,767,469,037          3,945,647,288
 Other Revenue                   1,209,016,550                    506,154,168          1,715,170,718            443,162,087         2,461,695,569          4,620,028,374
TOTAL NET REVENUE               43,662,790,267                 12,121,815,632         55,784,605,899          6,288,466,743         8,891,585,774         70,964,658,417

OTHER SOURCES
 Bond and Note Proceeds                                                 742,000               742,000       15,884,898,092                137,872,095     16,023,512,187
 Sale/Redemption of
   Investments                                                        1,800,000             1,800,000         3,875,608,264         4,314,384,675          8,191,792,939
 Deposits to Trust and Suspense                 (627,109)              (553,435)           (1,180,544)              155,168         6,346,197,943          6,345,172,567
 Direct Deposit Transfers                                                                                                             116,423,831            116,423,831
 Departmental Transfers                     347,268,519            37,874,961            385,143,480            33,826,219           (125,181,525)           293,788,174
 Operating Fund Transfers                 8,767,591,082        14,238,865,740         23,006,456,822        20,635,544,354         11,715,587,984         55,357,589,161
 Residual Equity Transfers                        7,846            10,706,034             10,713,881            16,486,856             23,687,550             50,888,287
 Other Sources                                   20,950                 5,558                 26,508               112,312                  4,300                143,120
TOTAL OTHER SOURCES                       9,114,261,288        14,289,440,859         23,403,702,148        40,446,631,265         22,528,976,853         86,379,310,266

TOTAL NET REVENUE AND
 OTHER SOURCES                         $52,777,051,555        $26,411,256,492       $79,188,308,047        $46,735,098,008        $31,420,562,628       $157,343,968,682


Totals may not add due to rounding.
(1) Consolidated General Revenue contains activity and balances for the General Revenue Fund and dedicated accounts in General Revenue.




                                                           State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report
                                                                             20
received on August 31, 2004. These amounts were                                 poses or held in trust. Because agencies receive
included in the fiscal 2004 ending cash balances,                                goods and services prior to year end that are paid
but will be repaid during fiscal 2005.                                           for in the next fiscal year, the $2.0 billion cannot
    The ending cash balance for all funds in Table 1                            be considered a surplus. A portion of the balance
includes cash available for general state spending,                             must be reserved for liabilities of the state. The
cash held in trust and cash designated for specific                              cash-basis presentation shown in this report does
purposes. As illustrated in Table 2, $2.0 billion was                           not include accruals. Thus, the fund balance is not
available to the state for general obligations and                              reduced and expenditures are not recorded until a
disbursements on August 31, 2004. The remainder                                 payment is actually issued.
of the $15.8 billion is designated for specific pur-


  TABLE 1 (concluded)
   STATEMENT OF CASH POSITION
  Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                               General                General             Consolidated                                        All
                                               Revenue               Revenue                 General                Special                  Other               Total
                                              Fund 0001              Dedicated             Revenue (1)             Revenue                   Funds             All Funds

  NET EXPENDITURES
   General Government             $ 1,190,860,970               $ 791,783,133         $ 1,982,644,103        $      56,977,812      $ 2,319,012,381        $ 4,358,634,296
   Education                        5,760,227,187                13,098,441,610        18,858,668,797            1,874,951,822           79,030,476         20,812,651,096
   Employee Benefits                2,065,619,538                   308,249,586         2,373,869,124              311,447,287        3,172,604,668          5,857,921,080
   Health and Human Services       20,256,691,226                 2,701,399,429        22,958,090,655                8,020,611        2,296,514,326         25,262,625,593
   Public Safety & Corrections      2,722,705,356                   176,339,159         2,899,044,516              376,673,668                  363          3,275,718,547
   Transportation                       7,847,828                       548,172             8,396,000            5,239,489,843          414,845,900          5,662,731,743
   Natural Resources/Recreational
     Services                         202,264,323                   518,846,523            721,110,847           1,194,318,498              143,508,094       2,058,937,439
   Regulatory Agencies                143,940,044                   166,491,895            310,431,939                                       10,581,869         321,013,808
   Lottery Winnings Paid (2)                                        517,149,751            517,149,751                                                          517,149,751
   Payment of Interest                 88,144,504                     2,548,982             90,693,486             484,849,211           24,758,102             600,300,799
   Capital Outlay                     162,748,379                    39,593,348            202,341,727             249,475,577            6,510,335             458,327,639
  TOTAL NET EXPENDITURES           32,601,049,356                18,321,391,589         50,922,440,945           9,796,204,330        8,467,366,513          69,186,011,789

  OTHER USES
   Purchase of Investments                       3,650,000              3,225,000             6,875,000          3,291,130,013        1,728,374,575           5,026,379,589
   Trust and Suspense Payments                      12,576                                       12,576                               4,334,513,018           4,334,525,593
   Teacher & Employee
     Retirement Payments                              6,500               473,530               480,030                               6,612,261,685           6,612,741,714
   Direct Deposit Transfers                                                                                                             125,950,613             125,950,613
   Departmental Transfers                     254,795,602             36,858,942           291,654,544            74,707,241              3,609,103             369,970,888
   Operating Fund Transfers                19,300,008,090          6,968,213,321        26,268,221,411        19,060,237,321          8,884,826,585          54,213,285,317
   Residual Equity Transfers                       12,353              7,246,806             7,259,159            19,941,577             23,687,550              50,888,287
   Other Uses                                     106,625                    500               107,125                68,525                                        175,650
   Debt Service Principal                      82,609,518              2,305,746            84,915,264         7,935,728,178             65,000,000           8,085,643,443
  TOTAL OTHER USES                         19,641,201,264          7,018,323,845        26,659,525,109        30,381,812,856         21,778,223,128          78,819,561,093

  TOTAL NET EXPENDITURES
   AND OTHER USES                        $52,242,250,621        $25,339,715,434       $77,581,966,055        $40,178,017,186        $30,245,589,642        $148,005,572,882

  Net Increase (Decrease)
   To Petty Cash Accounts                            85,675                 (5,058)               80,617                (43,787)                 (4,300)             32,530

  FUND BALANCE–YEAR ENDED
   AUGUST 31, 2004                       $ (1,440,943,934) $ 3,456,364,469            $ 2,015,420,535        $ 9,568,092,647        $ 4,239,013,591        $ 15,822,526,773


    CASH IN STATE TREASURY                 (1,443,633,944)         3,451,698,068         2,008,064,124           9,567,211,509        4,238,972,891          15,814,248,524
    CASH IN PETTY CASH
     ACCOUNTS                                    2,690,010              4,666,401             7,356,411                881,139                  40,700            8,278,249


  Totals may not add due to rounding.
  (1) Consolidated General Revenue contains activity and balances for the General Revenue Fund and dedicated accounts in General Revenue.
  (2) Does not include payments made by retailers.




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TABLE 2
ENDING CASH BALANCE
All Funds Excluding Trust Funds
Years Ending August 31
(Amounts in Thousands)

                                                                        2000                   2001                   2002                  2003                2004

General Revenue (0001)                                             $ 1,622,686           $ 2,254,804            $      172,102         $ (1,978,435)       $ (1,443,634)
General Revenue Accounts                                             2,210,979             2,699,783                 2,508,192            2,380,157           3,451,698
Consolidated General Revenue                                         3,833,666             4,954,587                 2,680,293              401,722           2,008,064

Non-consolidated Funds and Petty Cash Accounts                        9,751,823              5,918,830              11,768,618            6,082,376         13,814,463

All Funds                                                          $ 13,585,489          $ 10,873,417           $ 14,448,911           $ 6,484,098         $ 15,822,527


ANNUAL PERCENTAGE CHANGE IN ENDING CASH BALANCES

General Revenue (0001)                                                                             39.0 %                (92.4) %           (1,249.6) %            27.0 %
General Revenue Accounts                                                                           22.1                   (7.1)                 (5.1)              45.0
Consolidated General Revenue                                                                       29.2                  (45.9)                (85.0)             399.9

Non-consolidated Funds and Petty Cash Accounts                                                    (39.3)                  98.8                  (48.3)            127.1

All Funds                                                                                         (20.0) %                32.9 %                (55.1) %          144.0 %


Totals may not add due to rounding.
Ending non-consolidated balances on August 31, 2000 include $3.9 billion in Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note proceeds received on August 31, 2000.
Ending non-consolidated balances on August 31, 2002 include $5.8 billion in Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note proceeds received on August 29, 2002.
Ending non-consolidated balances on August 31, 2004 include $6.6 billion in Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note proceeds received on August 31, 2004.




CHART 1                                                                                       Non-consolidated Funds and Petty Cash Accounts
ENDING CASH BALANCE                                                                           General Revenue Accounts
Years Ending August 31                                                                        General Revenue (0001)
(Amounts in Thousands)                                                                                                               $15,822,527
$15,000,000
                                                                                                 $14,448,911
                      $13,585,489

$12,000,000


                                                     $10,873,417

 $9,000,000                                                                                                          $6,484,098



 $6,000,000




 $3,000,000




           $0
                             2000                           2001                           2002                           2003                           2004




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                                                                             22
Revenues Excluding Trust Funds                            first year of the biennium (even-numbered years)
(Tables 3 – 4, Chart 2)                                   and increased collections the second year of the bi-
                                                          ennium (odd-numbered years).
Tax Collections                                               Alcoholic beverage taxes continued to steadily
    Tax collections are the major source of revenue       increase in fiscal 2004; total receipts topped $601.8
for the State of Texas. The state collected $27.9 bil-    million.
lion in taxes for fiscal 2004, a 6.8 percent increase          Like its natural gas counterpart, collections
from fiscal 2003 tax collections.                          from the oil production tax increased for the second
    Texasʼ sales tax is the largest single revenue        year in a row. For this tax, the increase was 17.1
producer for the state. Bringing in $15.4 billion in      percent, generating $496.1 million in revenue for
fiscal 2004, sales tax accounted for 55.2 percent of       fiscal 2004.
tax collections and 24.8 percent of net revenue for           As stipulated in federal legislation enacted in
all funds excluding trust funds. After two years of       2001, a four year phase out of the state inheritance
declining revenue, sales tax collections grew 8.0         tax continued in fiscal 2004. Inheritance tax receipts
percent in fiscal 2004.                                    decreased by 19.1 percent from 2003, dropping to
    Motor fuels taxes on gasoline, diesel and liq-        $151.1 million.
uefied petroleum gas (LP) are the second largest               Collections of utility taxes increased by 8.3 per-
source of tax revenue in Texas, accounting for 10.5       cent over 2003, with revenues totaling $356.2 mil-
percent of tax collections. These taxes added $2.9        lion.
billion to the State Treasury for fiscal 2004, a 2.8
percent increase over fiscal 2003.                         Lottery Proceeds
    Sale and rental taxes on motor vehicles and               Net lottery proceeds deposited into the State
manufactured housing sales are the third largest tax      Treasury for fiscal 2004 were $1.6 billion, an in-
for the state. These taxes totaled $2.7 billion for fis-   crease of 13.6 percent over fiscal 2003, in part
cal 2004, increasing 1.7 percent over fiscal 2003,         because of Texasʼ entry into a multi-state lottery
but still not reaching the amounts collected between      game, Mega Millions. The proceeds figure repre-
fiscal years 2000 and 2002.                                sents retailer lottery sales, net of commissions and
    The franchise tax was the fourth largest source       prize payments made by retailers.
of tax revenue in fiscal 2004, accounting for 6.6
percent of total tax collections. After four years of     Licenses, Fees, Permits,
decline, franchise tax receipts grew 6.9 percent in       Fines and Penalties
fiscal 2004, reaching $1.8 billion.                            This category contributed $5.5 billion to the
    In a second year of significant growth, the natu-      state. The category includes more than 220 different
ral gas production tax brought in $1.4 billion, ac-       types of licenses, fees and permits including higher
counting for almost 5 percent of total tax collec-        education tuition fees, motor vehicle registration
tions. These tax receipts increased 30.2 percent          fees, professional fees and various inspection fees.
from fiscal 2003.                                          While this category tends to grow slowly, collec-
    Collections from cigarette and tobacco taxes to-      tions in fiscal 2004 rose 15.9 percent. This growth
taled $534.6 million, an 8.3 percent decrease from        relates to increased receipts of Disproportionate
the previous year. Collections are based on a bien-       Share payments, as well as agenciesʼ implementa-
nial basis and must be paid in full at the end of each    tion of new fees and fee increases authorized by the
biennium. This results in decreased collections the       78th Legislature.




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                                                                23
TABLE 3
REVENUE BY SOURCE
All Funds Excluding Trust
Years Ending August 31

                                                    2000                  2001          % Change            2002             % Change

Tax Collections By Major Tax
Sales Tax                                      $13,976,657,125       $14,663,067,887      4.9 %       $14,516,341,226           (1.0) %
Motor Vehicle Sale/Rental, Mfg. Housing Sale     2,782,016,579         2,905,538,398      4.4           2,949,540,192            1.5
Motor Fuels Taxes                                2,688,158,301         2,765,510,548      2.9           2,833,607,460            2.5
Franchise Tax                                    2,065,276,016         1,960,365,032     (5.1)          1,935,709,140           (1.3)
Insurance Taxes                                    796,566,754           820,045,596      2.9           1,045,754,105           27.5
Natural Gas Production Tax                         697,665,620         1,596,885,766    128.9             628,496,630          (60.6)
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes                        531,853,171           584,586,277      9.9             540,038,314           (7.6)
Alcoholic Beverages Taxes                          514,803,596           541,305,988      5.1             560,197,124            3.5
Oil Production Tax                                 416,619,783           442,580,206      6.2             338,661,102          (23.5)
Inheritance Tax                                    278,485,511           322,354,926     15.8             334,190,915            3.7
Utility Taxes                                      264,424,513           339,403,570     28.4             311,051,398           (8.4)
Hotel Tax                                          235,803,506           246,813,166      4.7             230,909,206           (6.4)
Other Taxes                                         35,438,368            41,755,055     17.8              54,649,681           30.9

TOTAL TAX COLLECTIONS                          $25,283,768,842       $27,230,212,416      7.7 %       $26,279,146,493           (3.5) %

Revenue By Source
Tax Collections                                $25,283,768,842       $27,230,212,416      7.7 %       $26,279,146,493           (3.5) %
Federal Income                                  14,798,704,086        16,017,764,510      8.2          18,170,945,974           13.4
Licenses, Fees, Permits, Fines and Penalties     4,244,900,046         4,264,905,540      0.5           4,366,144,010            2.4
Interest and Investment Income                   1,883,255,938         2,059,642,820      9.4           1,696,544,288          (17.6)
Net Lottery Proceeds                             1,304,197,689         1,393,347,308      6.8           1,391,937,946           (0.1)
Sales of Goods and Services                        359,364,039           407,141,024     13.3             547,458,831           34.5
Settlements of Claims                              317,971,208           392,406,291     23.4             504,458,947           28.6
Land Income                                        269,968,729           423,208,717     56.8             325,171,428          (23.2)
Contributions to Employee Benefits                 116,545,211           127,259,553      9.2             142,020,331           11.6
Other Revenue Sources                            1,267,153,762         1,507,813,563     19.0           1,797,718,210           19.2

TOTAL NET REVENUE                              $49,845,829,550       $53,823,701,741      8.0 %       $55,221,546,458            2.6 %

Totals may not add due to rounding.




CHART 2
PERCENTAGE OF
REVENUE BY SOURCE                                                                              Federal Income
Year Ending August 31, 2004
(Amounts in Billions)                                                                          $21.9 or 35.3%


                                                                                                     Licenses, Fees, Permits,
                                                                                                       Fines and Penalites
                                                                                                          $5.5 or 8.9%

              Tax Collections                                                                         Net Lottery Proceeds
              $27.9 or 45.0%                                                                              $1.6 or 2.6%

                                                                                                    Interest and Investment
                                                                                                      Income, $1.4 or 2.3%

                                                                                               Other, $3.7 or 5.9%

Total $62.07 Billion                                                                                       Totals may not add due to rounding.



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                                                                 24
TABLE 3 (concluded)
REVENUE BY SOURCE
All Funds Excluding Trust
Years Ending August 31

                                                                       2003            % Change                     2004         % Change

Tax Collections By Major Tax
Sales Tax                                                     $14,277,286,162             (1.6) %              $15,417,156,258      8.0 %
Motor Vehicle Sale/Rental, Mfg. Housing Sale                    2,693,443,348             (8.7)                  2,740,287,958      1.7
Motor Fuels Taxes                                               2,838,776,695              0.2                   2,917,706,870      2.8
Franchise Tax                                                   1,716,600,478            (11.3)                  1,835,013,952      6.9
Insurance Taxes                                                 1,169,061,994             11.8                   1,184,922,211      1.4
Natural Gas Production Tax                                      1,069,864,123             70.2                   1,392,436,142     30.2
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes                                       582,712,236              7.9                     534,577,125     (8.3)
Alcoholic Beverages Taxes                                         567,796,473              1.4                     601,839,505      6.0
Oil Production Tax                                                423,587,106             25.1                     496,111,400     17.1
Inheritance Tax                                                   186,844,211            (44.1)                    151,131,249    (19.1)
Utility Taxes                                                     328,905,408              5.7                     356,245,152      8.3
Hotel Tax                                                         227,899,404             (1.3)                    238,861,664      4.8
Other Taxes                                                        43,897,785            (19.7)                     46,712,161      6.4

TOTAL TAX COLLECTIONS                                         $26,126,675,424             (0.6) %              $27,913,001,645      6.8 %

Revenue By Source
Tax Collections                                               $26,126,675,424             (0.6) %              $27,913,001,645      6.8 %
Federal Income                                                 20,975,686,726             15.4                  21,937,677,532      4.6
Licenses, Fees, Permits, Fines and Penalties                    4,785,122,813              9.6                   5,545,631,112     15.9
Interest and Investment Income                                  1,574,674,327             (7.2)                  1,406,009,264    (10.7)
Net Lottery Proceeds                                            1,405,554,179              1.0                   1,596,764,098     13.6
Sales of Goods and Services                                       346,890,972            (36.6)                    329,233,909     (5.1)
Settlements of Claims                                             554,196,350              9.9                     510,061,810     (8.0)
Land Income                                                       389,883,072             19.9                     498,182,215     27.8
Contributions to Employee Benefits                                160,063,577             12.7                     178,178,251     11.3
Other Revenue Sources                                           1,991,209,840             10.8                   2,158,332,805      8.4

TOTAL NET REVENUE                                             $58,309,957,281              5.6 %               $62,073,072,643      6.5 %

Totals may not add due to rounding.




TABLE 4
TEXAS PER CAPITA STATE TAX COLLECTIONS
Years Ending August 31
                                                                                                                                 Taxes as a
                                                                                          Per Capita                               Percent
 Fiscal                     State Tax                           State                      State Tax               Percent       of Personal
 Year                      Collections                       Population *                 Collections              Change          Income

 2000                  $25,283,768,842                       20,904,000                    $ 1,210                   5.0 %          4.4 %
 2001                   27,230,212,416                       21,317,000                      1,277                   5.6            4.5
 2002                   26,279,146,493                       21,728,000                      1,209                  (5.3)           4.3
 2003                   26,126,675,424                       22,142,000                      1,180                  (2.4)           4.1
 2004                   27,913,001,645                       22,551,000                      1,238                   4.9            4.2

SOURCES: Tax collection data were compiled by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, from the Annual Financial
         Reports (Austin: various years). Population and personal income figures for 2000 to 2001 are from
         U.S. Department of Commerce (Bureau of the Census and Bureau of Economic Analysis), adjusted to Texas
         fiscal years by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. Data for 2002 to 2004 include partial estimates by
         the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.
* State population figures are fiscal year estimates, incorporating the 2000 decennial Census of Population.




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TABLE 5
FEDERAL REVENUE BY PROGRAM CATEGORY
Excluding Trust Funds
Years Ending August 31

PROGRAM CATEGORY                             2000                    2001                2002                  2003                 2004

Education
     Matched                          $       2,907,751       $       5,953,925   $       7,456,874     $       7,786,676    $       6,020,393
     Unmatched                            2,155,506,280           2,291,648,889       2,592,718,483         2,988,745,093        3,461,139,338
                                          2,158,414,031           2,297,602,814       2,600,175,358         2,996,531,769        3,467,159,731
Health and Human Services
      Matched                             8,274,373,892         9,286,344,947     10,329,916,162         11,915,818,213      12,238,202,282
      Unmatched                           1,680,290,596         1,668,256,191      1,968,865,838          2,113,682,268       2,085,362,053
                                          9,954,664,489        10,954,601,137     12,298,781,999         14,029,500,481      14,323,564,336
Transportation
     Matched                              1,849,825,384           1,808,791,584       2,320,038,178         2,604,116,090        2,776,411,283
     Unmatched
                                          1,849,825,384           1,808,791,584       2,320,038,178         2,604,116,090        2,776,411,283
Public Safety/Corrections
      Matched                               32,466,449              26,898,202          38,066,773            47,498,315           38,113,968
      Unmatched                            135,137,081             281,625,110         266,263,111           250,952,454          206,275,292
                                           167,603,530             308,523,312         304,329,883           298,450,769          244,389,260
General Government
     Matched                               137,892,058             126,834,230         172,237,297           188,876,643          272,550,366
     Unmatched                             388,634,054             401,034,183         347,956,337           710,191,317          671,359,418
                                           526,526,112             527,868,412         520,193,634           899,067,959          943,909,784
Natural Resources/
Recreational Services
     Matched                               112,876,104              99,350,486         101,581,379           102,257,378          147,851,826
     Unmatched                              25,643,738              17,418,333          21,559,170            41,877,811           30,432,844
                                           138,519,842             116,768,819         123,140,548           144,135,189          178,284,670
Regulatory Agencies
     Matched                                 2,620,795               2,864,176           2,706,572             3,103,482            2,838,387
     Unmatched                                 529,902                 744,255           1,579,801               780,988            1,120,081
                                             3,150,697               3,608,431           4,286,373             3,884,470            3,958,468

TOTAL–MATCHED                         10,412,962,434           11,357,037,549     12,972,003,234         14,869,456,796      15,481,988,505
TOTAL–UNMATCHED                        4,385,741,652            4,660,726,961      5,198,942,739          6,106,229,930       6,455,689,027

GRAND TOTAL                           $14,798,704,086         $16,017,764,510     $18,170,945,974       $20,975,686,726      $21,937,677,532


Totals may not add due to rounding.




                      Federal Funds                                                       other entities administering federal programs. Di-
                      (Tables 5 - 6)                                                      rect federal grants to local governments and state
                          Texas received $21.9 billion in federal funds                   universities are not included in this table.
                      during fiscal 2004, an increase of 4.6 percent over                      Health and Human Service programs receive
                      the previous year. Federal funds are second only to                 more federal money than any other governmental
                      tax collections as a source of revenue for the state.               function. The federal money is used for medical aid
                          The program categories benefiting from federal                   and public assistance programs, with some of the
                      money are shown on Table 5. This table distinguishes                funding being distributed to other entities to admin-
                      between matched and unmatched federal funds that                    ister the programs.
                      flow through the State Treasury. In order to receive                     Education and highway construction programs
                      matched federal funds, the state must spend its own                 also benefit from large amounts of federal funds.
                      funds first. The table includes federal pass-through                 Federal funds funneled into the Texas education
                      funds that the state receives and passes through to                 system were $3.5 billion, almost all of which is un-




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   TABLE 6
   FEDERAL REVENUE BY AGENCY
   Excluding Trust Funds
   Years Ending August 31

                                                        2000              2001              2002              2003              2004

   Health and Human Services Commission            $ 6,967,628,608   $ 7,756,099,712   $ 8,799,561,287   $10,365,443,434   $10,721,782,083
   Texas Education Agency                            2,147,842,294     2,283,712,720     2,585,993,100     2,981,494,206     3,453,080,099
   Texas Department of Transportation                1,849,825,384     1,808,791,584     2,320,038,178     2,604,116,090     2,776,411,283
   Department of Human Services                      1,046,098,889     1,161,389,165     1,136,811,291     1,214,438,981     1,071,893,760
   Texas Workforce Commission                          702,323,258       782,423,573       927,275,459       894,194,005       885,226,177
   Texas Department of Health                          518,878,336       529,240,689       580,185,493       669,436,838       763,798,877
   Governor–Fiscal                                     116,931,398       109,204,475       113,123,412       457,943,785       448,384,718
   Department of Family and Protective Services        175,646,332       209,266,977       267,426,078       282,413,338       280,033,177
   Texas Rehabilitation Commission                     229,152,375       234,917,086       267,754,770       260,347,382       251,630,297
   Attorney General                                    169,542,213       153,217,585       191,798,954       190,351,227       218,876,201
   Texas Department of Public Safety                    97,561,438       242,643,311       203,754,492       250,958,337       174,212,898
   Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse          134,531,661       110,189,740       133,180,111       146,270,007       143,519,722
   Texas Department of Housing and
    Community Affairs                                 213,966,409       248,344,165       195,173,838       116,476,756       124,820,089
   Office of Rural Community Affairs                                                          973,413        88,457,449        75,008,976
   All Other Agencies                                 428,775,491       388,323,727       447,896,098       453,344,892       548,999,176

   TOTAL ALL AGENCIES                              $14,798,704,086   $16,017,764,510   $18,170,945,974   $20,975,686,726   $21,937,677,532


  Totals may not add due to rounding.




matched revenue. The Texas Department of Trans-                 ceived $354.5 million from this source in both 2003
portation received $2.8 billion of federal money, all           and 2004, and those funds are included in the total
of which is matched.                                            for Governor-Fiscal.
    Table 6 lists the agencies receiving the largest
amounts of federal funds. The top thirteen agen-                State Expenditures
cies are identified, and the remaining agencies are                 State government net expenditures in fiscal
grouped together. Fiscal 2004 marks the second and              2004 for all funds were up 1.2 percent over fiscal
final year of a one-time revenue source, Federal Fis-            the previous year. Net expenditures for funds ex-
cal Relief, funding provided by Congress to states              cluding trust funds also increased 0.7 percent over
to assist with their economic recovery. Texas re-               fiscal year 2003, for a total of $60.7 billion.




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                                                                    27
TABLE 7
NET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION
Excluding Trust Funds
Years Ending August 31

                                                      2000                   2001         % Change               2002              % Change

General Government
 Executive                                       $ 1,505,059,205        $ 1,752,384,332     16.4 %         $ 1,585,521,435           (9.5) %
 Legislative                                          96,915,631            109,037,265     12.5               113,160,018            3.8
 Judicial                                            149,082,642            152,493,089      2.3               167,905,164           10.1
   Total                                           1,751,057,478          2,013,914,686     15.0             1,866,586,616           (7.3)

Education                                        19,104,693,795          20,090,946,883      5.2            20,260,513,601             0.8

Employee Benefits                                  1,961,888,489          2,000,576,454      2.0             2,388,697,965           19.4

Health and Human Services                        16,332,205,617          18,022,562,572     10.3            20,125,021,191           11.7

Public Safety and Corrections                      3,012,269,270          3,162,418,232      5.0             3,332,334,246             5.4

Transportation                                     4,459,445,451          4,521,796,058      1.4             5,030,329,892           11.2

Natural Resources/Recreational Services            1,349,094,404          1,075,404,410   (20.3)             1,072,574,758            (0.3)

Regulatory Agencies                                 196,323,154            208,279,539       6.1              212,206,213              1.9

Lottery Winnings Paid*                              249,692,036            366,487,824      46.8              422,936,563            15.4

Debt Service–Interest                               597,962,810            637,392,883       6.6              564,130,688           (11.5)

Capital Outlay                                      693,121,732            569,587,946    (17.8)              463,811,292           (18.6)

TOTAL NET EXPENDITURES                           $49,707,754,236        $52,669,367,487      6.0           $55,739,143,025             5.8


Totals may not add due to rounding.
* Does not include payments made by retailers.




CHART 3
PERCENTAGE OF                                                                    Education, $20.7 or 34.1%

NET EXPENDITURES
BY FUNCTION
Year Ending August 31, 2004                                                                        Transportation, $5.2 or 8.6%
(Amounts in Billions)




                                                                                                      Public Safety and Corrections
                                                                                                              $3.3 or 5.4%

                                                                                                       Employee Benefits
             Health and                                                                                  $2.7 or 4.4%
           Human Services
           $23.0 or 37.8%                                                                            General Government
                                                                                                        $2.0 or 3.4%

                                                                                             Natural Resources/Recreation Service
                                                                                                         $1.9 or 3.2%
                                                                           Other, $1.9 or 3.1%
Total $60.72 Billion
                                                                                                                Totals may not add due to rounding.



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                                                                     28
   TABLE 7 (concluded)
   NET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION
   Excluding Trust Funds
   Years Ending August 31

                                                          2003         % Change               2004         % Change

   General Government
    Executive                                        $ 1,708,529,827     7.8 %           $ 1,759,302,280     3.0 %
    Legislative                                          120,862,790     6.8                 111,762,932    (7.5)
    Judicial                                             174,875,112     4.2                 168,556,703    (3.6)
      Total                                            2,004,267,729     7.4               2,039,621,915     1.8

   Education                                          20,833,500,871     2.8              20,733,620,620    (0.5)

   Employee Benefits                                   3,149,514,386    31.9               2,685,316,412   (14.7)

   Health and Human Services                          22,880,243,122    13.7              22,966,111,267     0.4

   Public Safety and Corrections                       3,390,806,656     1.8               3,275,718,184    (3.4)

   Transportation                                      4,933,545,512    (1.9)              5,247,885,843     6.4

   Natural Resources/Recreational Services             1,386,770,543    29.3               1,915,429,345    38.1

   Regulatory Agencies                                  241,769,248     13.9                310,431,939     28.4

   Lottery Winnings Paid*                               413,873,103     (2.1)               517,149,751     25.0

   Debt Service–Interest                                626,202,105     11.0                575,542,696     (8.1)

   Capital Outlay                                       409,954,687    (11.6)               451,817,305     10.2

   TOTAL NET EXPENDITURES                            $60,270,447,962     8.1             $60,718,645,275     0.7


  Totals may not add due to rounding.
  * Does not include payments made by retailers.




Expenditures by Function                                         match for Medicaid, the Childrenʼs Health Insur-
(Excluding Trust Funds)                                          ance Program (CHIP) and other health-related pro-
(Table 7, Chart 3)                                               grams.
    Expenditures by governmental function are                        Texasʼ second largest expenditure was Educa-
determined by the primary function of an agency.                 tion, which accounted for $20.7 billion or 34.1 per-
Expenditures that are applicable to many agencies                cent of the total in fiscal 2004. Education includes
are reported separately in a specific expenditure cat-            payments to public schools through the Foundation
egory. Employee Benefits includes specific expen-                  School Program and grants to elementary and sec-
ditures for all agencies as well as all expenditures             ondary schools.
for agencies having Employee Benefits as their                        The largest spending increase, by government
governmental function.                                           function, was $528.7 million in Natural Resources/
    In fiscal 2004, Texasʼ largest expenditure func-              Recreational Services. This increase of 38.1 percent
tion was Health and Human Services, which ac-                    is largely attributable to loans made to eligible
counted for 37.8 percent of the stateʼs total net                Texas veterans and land purchased for resale under
expenditures of $60.7 billion. Total Health and                  the Veterans Housing Assistance Act.
Human Services expenditures were $23.0 billion,                      For additional detail on expenditures by func-
an increase of 0.4 percent over fiscal 2003. Health               tion, see Table 14.
and Human Services expenditures include the state




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TABLE 8
NET EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT GROUP
Excluding Trust Funds
Years Ending August 31

OBJECT CATEGORY                                       2000                  2001          % Change              2002             % Change

Public Assistance Payments                       $14,051,254,383       $15,351,717,903       9.3 %        $17,608,931,228           14.7 %
Intergovernmental Payments
  Foundation School Program Grants                10,820,161,288        11,198,499,859       3.5           10,341,085,911           (7.7)
  Other Public Education Grants                    2,489,639,793         2,969,931,906      19.3            3,292,858,869           10.9
  Grants to Higher Education                         905,436,713           928,311,304       2.5            1,008,846,285            8.7
  Other Grants                                     1,424,348,408         1,596,328,633      12.1            1,785,381,132           11.8
Highway Construction and Maintenance               3,225,001,966         2,978,835,811      (7.6)           3,268,511,724            9.7
Capital Outlay                                       693,121,732           569,587,946     (17.8)             463,811,292          (18.6)
Cost of Goods Sold                                   713,986,414           438,616,097     (38.6)             391,603,009          (10.7)
Salaries and Wages                                 7,399,806,061         7,611,023,844       2.9            8,214,680,545            7.9
Employee Benefits
  Employee Benefit Payments                        1,481,121,865         1,547,456,019      4.5             1,704,162,389           10.1
  Payroll Related Costs                            1,555,836,536         1,599,242,218      2.8             1,938,423,614           21.2
Professional Service and Fees                      1,053,518,381         1,220,612,942     15.9             1,289,906,346            5.7
Travel                                                95,938,261            99,722,254      3.9               102,111,470            2.4
Supplies and Materials                               595,046,983           610,282,859      2.6               699,221,439           14.6
Communication and Utilities                          415,099,493           495,745,620     19.4               432,093,464          (12.8)
Repairs and Maintenance                              167,154,068           401,793,439    140.4               426,575,460            6.2
Rentals and Leases                                   213,731,448           224,661,240      5.1               229,080,931            2.0
Printing and Reproduction                             52,084,227            44,881,539    (13.8)               55,082,625           22.7
Payment of Interest                                  597,962,810           637,392,883      6.6               564,130,688          (11.5)
Lottery Winnings Paid*                               249,692,036           366,487,824     46.8               422,936,563           15.4
Claims and Judgments                                 104,666,082            52,279,997    (50.1)               59,730,133           14.3
Other Expenditures                                 1,403,145,289         1,725,955,352     23.0             1,439,977,907          (16.6)

TOTAL NET EXPENDITURES                           $49,707,754,236       $52,669,367,487       6.0 %        $55,739,143,025            5.8 %


Totals may not add due to rounding.
* Does not include payments made by retailers.




CHART 4
PERCENTAGE OF                                                                        Salaries and Wages
NET EXPENDITURES                                                                       $8.2 or 13.6%
BY OBJECT GROUP
Year Ending August 31, 2004
(Amounts in Billions)


                                                                                                       Employee Benefits
     Intergovernmental                                                                                   $3.7 or 6.1%
          Payments
       $17.1 or 28.1%                                                                                  Highway Construction
                                                                                                         and Maintenance
                                                                                                           $3.5 or 5.8%
                                                                                                      Professional Service and Fees
                                                                                                              $1.3 or 2.2%
              Public Assistant
                Payments                                                                            Costs of Goods Sold, $1.1 or 1.9%
              $20.9 or 34.4%                                                                  Supplies and Materials, $0.7 or 1.1%
                                                                                           Payments of Interest, $0.6 or 0.9%

                                                                           Other Expenditures, $3.7 or 6.1%
 Total $60.72 Billion
                                                                                                               Totals may not add due to rounding.



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   TABLE 8 (concluded)
   NET EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT GROUP
   Excluding Trust Funds
   Years Ending August 31

   OBJECT CATEGORY                                          2003         % Change                 2004        % Change

   Public Assistance Payments                          $20,503,917,474     16.4 %           $20,861,848,739     1.7 %
   Intergovernmental Payments
     Foundation School Program Grants                  10,699,430,307       3.5              10,139,089,224    (5.2)
     Other Public Education Grants                      4,056,417,137      23.2               3,951,655,097    (2.6)
     Grants to Higher Education                           975,856,604      (3.3)                957,600,411    (1.9)
     Other Grants                                       1,736,839,694      (2.7)              2,005,253,492    15.5
   Highway Construction and Maintenance                 3,287,666,757       0.6               3,492,941,281     6.2
   Capital Outlay                                         409,954,687     (11.6)                451,817,305    10.2
   Cost of Goods Sold                                     657,065,915      67.8               1,127,574,823    71.6
   Salaries and Wages                                   8,323,147,102       1.3               8,236,652,635    (1.0)
   Employee Benefits
     Employee Benefit Payments                           1,708,121,810      0.2               1,723,738,092     0.9
     Payroll Related Costs                               2,108,999,770      8.8               1,961,968,537    (7.0)
   Professional Service and Fees                         1,326,906,316      2.9               1,316,986,809    (0.7)
   Travel                                                   96,686,098     (5.3)                 93,719,811    (3.1)
   Supplies and Materials                                  683,745,165     (2.2)                670,541,969    (1.9)
   Communication and Utilities                             469,383,232      8.6                 428,828,020    (8.6)
   Repairs and Maintenance                                 451,827,953      5.9                 471,200,035     4.3
   Rentals and Leases                                      225,059,479     (1.8)                213,864,408    (5.0)
   Printing and Reproduction                                47,102,227    (14.5)                 42,863,169    (9.0)
   Payment of Interest                                     626,202,105     11.0                 575,542,696    (8.1)
   Lottery Winnings Paid*                                  413,873,103     (2.1)                517,149,751    25.0
   Claims and Judgments                                     82,297,407     37.8                  85,312,130     3.7
   Other Expenditures                                    1,379,947,620     (4.2)              1,392,496,842     0.9

   TOTAL NET EXPENDITURES                              $60,270,447,962      8.1 %           $60,718,645,275     0.7 %


   Totals may not add due to rounding.
   * Does not include payments made by retailers.




Expenditures by Object                                             is due in part to the implementation of H.B. 2425,
(Excluding Trust Funds)                                            78th Legislature, Regular Session (2003) that de-
(Table 8, Chart 4)                                                 layed $754.8 million of Foundation School Pro-
    State spending is shown under various object                   gram expenditures that would have been made in
categories in addition to the broad governmental                   fiscal 2004 until fiscal 2005. Education grants were
function categories. Object classifications include                 also made to higher education and other public edu-
salaries and wages, public assistance payments and                 cation facilities, including junior colleges. These
intergovernmental payments.                                        expenditures added $4.9 billion to the education
    Public assistance payments ranked as the larg-                 total.
est expenditure object category for the state. Total                   Salaries and wages for state employees, includ-
expenditures of $20.9 billion reflected an increase                 ing faculty at state colleges and universities, ac-
of 1.7 percent over 2003.                                          counted for the third largest use of state funds, $8.2
    The stateʼs largest intergovernmental payment is               billion in fiscal year 2004, a decrease of 1.0 percent
the Foundation School Program, which is admin-                     from fiscal 2003.
istered by the Texas Education Agency. Under this                      The largest change, 71.6 percent, was for the
program, grants are made to local school districts                 cost of goods sold. The increase in this object cat-
to pay the stateʼs share of the public school bills. In            egory is related to the increase in purchases of land
fiscal 2004 these grants amounted to $10.1 billion, a               to be resold to Texas veterans, as mentioned above.
decrease of $560.3 million from the prior year. This                   For additional detail on expenditures by object,
                                                                   see Table 15.



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TABLE 9
FLOW OF FUNDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Year Ending August 31, 2004
All Funds

                                                                                Junior               School
                                              Cities         Counties          Colleges              Districts             Other              Total
STATE AND FEDERAL GRANTS
 Highways/Transportation                $    68,935,385   $ 37,927,131    $                   $                      $    23,066,126   $  129,928,642
 Public Safety and Corrections               35,730,484    150,058,730                                                   236,611,472      422,400,686
 Education                                    4,186,062        615,259        841,407,713         14,078,300,783          17,856,516   14,942,366,333
 General Government                         102,835,357    187,076,461             84,372              1,254,794         131,112,205      422,363,189
 Human Services/Health                       84,505,225     90,930,800         12,535,877              4,279,223         457,620,960      649,872,085
 Natural Resources/Recreational
   Services                                  35,710,817     34,726,894             14,160                                 41,818,412      112,270,283
TOTAL                                       331,903,330    501,335,275        854,042,122         14,083,834,800         908,085,691   16,679,201,218


SHARED REVENUE
 Mixed Drinks Gross Receipts Tax             42,590,756     45,584,411                                                                       88,175,167
 Bingo Receipts                               4,818,833      5,269,955                                                                       10,088,787
TOTAL                                        47,409,589     50,854,366                    0                      0                 0         98,263,954

TAXES COLLECTED IN TRUST
 City Sales Tax                         2,847,767,587                                                                                      2,847,767,587
 County Sales Tax                                          241,374,568                                                                       241,374,568
 MTA Tax                                                                                                                978,335,130          978,335,130
 Special District Sales Tax Allocations                                                                                 112,748,320          112,748,320
TOTAL                                   2,847,767,587      241,374,568                    0                      0    1,091,083,450        4,180,225,605

TOTAL FUNDS TO LOCAL
 GOVERNMENTS                            $3,227,080,506    $ 793,564,209   $ 854,042,122       $14,083,834,800        $1,999,169,141    $20,957,690,777


Totals may not add due to rounding.




                      Flow of Funds to Local Governments                                  tion. In fiscal 2004, $14.9 billion was sent to school
                      All Funds                                                           districts and junior colleges to support education
                      (Table 9)                                                           programs. In addition to funding from the Foun-
                          Each year Texas distributes money from state                    dation School Program, local schools receive text-
                      and federal sources to local governments for a vari-                books and money from the Distributive Education
                      ety of program categories. In fiscal 2004 Texas dis-                 and School Lunch Programs.
                      bursed $21.0 billion to local governments, school                       Shared Revenue includes mixed drink gross re-
                      districts and junior colleges. Funds flowing to judi-                ceipts tax and the bingo receipts tax. Taxes Collect-
                      cial districts and political subdivisions are included              ed in Trust includes local sales and use taxes and
                      under Other in Table 9.                                             metropolitan transit authority taxes. These taxes are
                          More than 71 percent of the state and federal                   distributed to local governments.
                      funds flowing to local governments is for Educa-




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   TABLE 10
   ASSET DISTRIBUTION OF INVESTMENT FUNDS
   Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                                     Teacher                         ERS
                                                                    Retirement                     Pension             Permanent               Permanent
                                                                      System                   Investment Pool           School                University
  Investments                                                       Fund 0960                  Trust Fund 0888         Fund 0044               Fund 0045

   Domestic Equity                                              $44,085,806,216               $ 7,858,765,290       $10,614,624,036       $ 1,794,479,879
   International Equity                                          11,749,888,223                 3,442,921,064         3,756,067,702           392,202,590
   U.S. Government Obligations                                   17,316,454,031                 5,454,804,180         1,122,989,720           801,787,605
   International Government Obligations                             610,781,006
   Domestic Corporate Obligations                                 5,368,316,469                   2,794,208,377       1,208,888,461            2,766,466,960
   International Obligations Other                                  917,804,036                                                                  188,130,622
   Repurchase Agreements                                                                           200,000,000
   Real Estate                                                                                                          113,377,151              886,064,082
   Miscellaneous                                                  4,362,083,359                   918,348,682         2,379,740,151            2,202,141,844
   Total Excluding Securities Lending Collateral                 84,411,133,340                20,669,047,593        19,195,687,220            9,031,273,583

   Securitites Lending Collateral                                10,829,078,240                   3,236,686,183       2,044,546,693             717,183,343


   Total Investment Balance (A)(B)(C)                           $95,240,211,580               $23,905,733,775       $21,240,233,913       $ 9,748,456,926


                                                                     Veterans                      Permanent             Total
                                                                       Land                          Health              Other                    Total
  Investments                                                         Funds                          Funds               Funds                  All Funds

   Domestic Equity                                              $                             $     646,505,567     $ 3,059,973,011       $ 68,060,153,998
   International Equity                                                                              39,147,628         216,674,281         19,596,901,489
   U.S. Government Obligations                                       284,732,465                     80,692,302       1,520,663,260         26,582,123,563
   International Government Obligations                               19,446,245                     16,636,049          69,244,802            716,108,102
   Domestic Corporate Obligations                                     28,432,158                     20,931,680         319,293,235         12,506,537,340
   International Obligations Other                                                                    2,017,941           5,800,860          1,113,753,460
   Repurchase Agreements                                                                                909,076                                200,909,076
   Real Estate                                                                                        6,163,976                              1,005,605,209
   Miscellaneous                                                     162,526,739                    195,845,733       1,376,722,012         11,597,408,520
   Total Excluding Securities Lending Collateral                     495,137,607                  1,008,849,952       6,568,371,462        141,379,500,756

   Securitites Lending Collateral                                     30,084,492                       822,172          162,477,629           17,020,878,751


   Total Investment Balance (A)(B)(C)                           $    525,222,099              $ 1,009,672,124       $ 6,730,849,090       $158,400,379,507


  Totals may not add due to rounding.
  (A) In accordance with Statement Number 31 of the Governmental Accounting Standard Board,
      applicable investment's ending balances are reported at fair value.
  (B) Data presented is unaudited and subject to change prior to publication of the
      State of Texas Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
  (C) Investment balances in the Lotto Prize Trust Fund are excluded, as the original
      value is shown as cash in the State Treasury.




Investment Accounts                                                                   in pension funds was implemented in Fiscal 1996
(Table 10)                                                                            under GASB Statement 25.
    At the end of fiscal 2004, investments held by                                         Various agencies are authorized by the Constitu-
funds within the State Treasury totaled $141.4 bil-                                   tion or by statute to invest fund balances in securi-
lion, excluding securities lending collateral. Securi-                                ties. Limitations are placed on most of these agen-
ties lending collateral accounted for another $17.0                                   cies as to the type of securities in which they can
billion, bringing the total investment balance to                                     invest.
$158.4 billion at the end of fiscal 2004.                                                  Some of the state funds with investment authority
    In 1998, the state implemented GASB Statement                                     are non-expendable funds. Principal in these funds
31, which requires certain investments to be report-                                  cannot be appropriated for state spending; however,
ed at fair value. Fair value reporting for investments                                earnings on investments can be appropriated.

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TABLE 11
GENERAL REVENUE FUND AVAILABLE AFTER
CONSTITUTIONAL ALLOCATIONS AND OTHER RESTRICTIONS
FUND 0001
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                                                                      Restrictions
                                                                    General                              from
                                                                    Revenue                          Constitutional                      Other          Unrestricted
Revenue Source                                                    Fund 0001 (1)                       Allocations                     Restrictions*   Balance Available

Sales Tax                                                      $15,360,111,142                   $                                $     32,000,000    $15,328,111,142
Motor Vehicle Sale/Rental, Mfg. Housing Sale                     2,731,782,423                                                                          2,731,782,423
Motor Fuels Taxes                                                2,917,706,870                       2,882,962,870                      16,038,750         18,705,250
Franchise Tax                                                    1,835,013,952                                                                          1,835,013,952
Insurance Taxes                                                  1,184,924,362                         274,517,892                      34,255,147        876,151,322
Natural Gas Production Tax (2)                                   1,392,436,142                         348,109,035                     594,494,766        449,832,340
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes                                        534,577,125                                                                            534,577,125
Alcoholic Beverages Taxes                                          601,839,505                                                                            601,839,505
Oil Production Tax                                                 496,111,400                         123,860,821                                        372,250,578
Inheritance Tax                                                    151,131,249                                                                            151,131,249
Utility Taxes                                                      356,245,152                          77,166,818                                        279,078,335
Hotel Tax                                                          238,861,664                                                          19,905,139        218,956,525
Other Taxes                                                         46,712,107                          11,411,053                                         35,301,053

TOTAL TAX COLLECTIONS                                          $27,847,453,091                   $ 3,718,028,489                  $    696,693,802    $23,432,730,800

Tax Collections (above)                                        $27,847,453,091                   $ 3,718,028,489                  $ 696,693,802       $23,432,730,800
Federal Income                                                  11,720,011,837                                                     11,365,476,555         354,535,282
Licenses, Fees, Permits, Fines and Penalties                     2,511,423,815                                                            379,188       2,511,044,626
Interest and Investment Income                                     (39,240,771)                                                                           (39,240,771)
Sales of Goods and Services                                        167,778,644                                                                            167,778,644
Settlements of Claims                                              506,375,909                                                                            506,375,909
Land Income                                                         43,440,307                                                                             43,440,307
Contributions to Employee Benefits                                 178,178,251                                                                            178,178,251
Other Revenue Sources                                            1,209,017,119                                                                          1,209,017,119

TOTAL NET REVENUE, ALLOCATIONS
 AND RESTRICTIONS                                              $44,144,438,201                   $ 3,718,028,489                  $12,062,549,545     $28,363,860,167


Totals may not add due to rounding.
* Due to statutory or contractual restrictions, these amounts are dedicated for specific purposes and are not considered available.
(1) Tobacco suit settlement receipts received in fund 5040 are included in the General Revenue Fund 0001 totals.
    Fund 5040 was created to receive settlement money resulting from the final judgment in the State of Texas v. the American
    Tobacco Company et. al. All monies received are considered unrestricted.
(2) The Texas Constitution mandates that if natural gas production tax receipts exceed the net amount received in fiscal 1987,
    an amount equal to 75 percent of the excess must be transferred to the state's Economic Stabilization Fund from the General Revenue Fund.
    In fiscal 2004, net natural gas tax collections exceeded the amount collected in fiscal 1987.
    An amount equal to 75 percent of the excess collections is shown as other restrictions.




                       Unrestricted General Revenue                                                                The statutory definition of limitation on debt
                       (Table 11)                                                                              payable from general revenue does not consid-
                           Table 11 shows the amount of General Revenue,                                       er state statutory restrictions in determining the
                       which is available after Constitutional Allocations                                     amount of Consolidated General Revenue available
                       and Other Restrictions. The $28.4 billion shown is                                      for bond payments.
                       to support bond debt service payments and general
                       revenue appropriations.




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TABLE 12
NET REVENUE BY SOURCE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31


This table shows revenue for the prior and current fiscal year by object code within source for all state funds.
Current year revenues are also presented net of trust funds.

Each revenue item is identified by a unique code described in the Comptroller Manual of Accounts. The four digit object
code is the lowest level of detail provided for state receipts. The two digit source code can correspond to a single object code,
but generally represents a grouping of two or more object codes.
                                                                      2003                  2004                               2004
                                                                    Revenue               Revenue         Percentage         Revenue
Source/Object                                                      (All Funds)           (All Funds)       Change        (Excludes Trust)

02 INHERITANCE TAX
   3110 Inheritance Tax                                       $    188,460,228.93 $     151,131,249.02      (19.8) % $     151,131,249.02
   3665 Protest Funds–Inheritance Taxes                             (1,616,018.00)                0.00      100.0                    0.00
        TOTAL INHERITANCE TAX                                      186,844,210.93       151,131,249.02      (19.1)         151,131,249.02

03 PRODUCTION AND REGULATION–CRUDE OIL
   3290 Oil Production Tax                                         422,879,072.23       495,443,284.06       17.2          495,443,284.06
   3295 Oil and Gas Regulation Tax                                     708,034.01           668,115.45       (5.6)             668,115.45
        TOTAL PRODUCTION AND REGULATION–
         CRUDE OIL                                                 423,587,106.24       496,111,399.51       17.1          496,111,399.51

04 PRODUCTION AND REGULATION–NATURAL AND
    CASINGHEAD GAS
   3291 Natural and Casinghead Gas Tax                            1,069,864,123.31     1,392,436,141.63      30.2         1,392,436,141.63
        TOTAL PRODUCTION AND REGULATION–
          NATURAL AND CASINGHEAD GAS                              1,069,864,123.31     1,392,436,141.63      30.2         1,392,436,141.63

05 PRODUCTION–SULPHUR
   3299 Sulphur Tax                                                  3,229,300.04          3,143,101.58       (2.7)           3,143,101.58
        TOTAL PRODUCTION–SULPHUR                                     3,229,300.04          3,143,101.58       (2.7)           3,143,101.58

06 GAS UTILITY ADMINISTRATION TAX
   3234 Gas Utility Pipeline Tax                                     5,798,587.94          6,020,517.04       3.8             6,020,517.04
        TOTAL GAS UTILITY ADMINISTRATION TAX                         5,798,587.94          6,020,517.04       3.8             6,020,517.04

07 CEMENT TAX
   3136 Cement Tax                                                   7,702,095.66          8,279,965.67       7.5             8,279,965.67
        TOTAL CEMENT TAX                                             7,702,095.66          8,279,965.67       7.5             8,279,965.67

08 UTILITY TAXES
   3230 Public Utility Gross Receipts Assessment                    41,347,433.24        41,557,365.17        0.5           41,557,365.17
   3233 Gas, Electric and Water Utility Tax                        281,761,154.76       308,667,270.19        9.5          308,667,270.19
   3669 Protest Funds–Public Utility Gross Receipts
           Assessment                                                   (1,767.79)                0.00      100.0                    0.00
         TOTAL UTILITY TAXES                                       323,106,820.21       350,224,635.36        8.4          350,224,635.36

10 OTHER PRODUCTION AND GROSS RECEIPTS TAXES
   3156 Bingo Tax–State                                                 15,962.26                  0.00    (100.0)                   0.00
   3166 Bingo Rental Tax                                             1,109,203.92          1,151,447.70       3.8            1,151,447.70
   3296 Oil and Gas Well Servicing Tax                              11,899,129.21         14,627,019.78      22.9           14,627,019.78
        TOTAL OTHER PRODUCTION AND GROSS
          RECEIPTS TAXES                                            13,024,295.39         15,778,467.48      21.1           15,778,467.48

11 MOTOR VEHICLE SALES/RENTAL, MANUFACTURED
    HOUSING SALES
   3003 Motor Vehicles Sales and Use Tax–Motor Carriers                 129,939.61           280,848.01     116.1               280,848.01
   3004 Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax                           2,452,086,260.56     2,493,613,958.39       1.7         2,493,613,958.39
   3005 Motor Vehicle Rental Tax                                    149,118,366.03       151,466,448.89       1.6           151,466,448.89
   3016 Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax–Seller Financed
         Motor Vehicles                                             79,069,187.15         82,422,789.98       4.2           82,422,789.98




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TABLE 12 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY SOURCE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                   2003                2004                                 2004
                                                                 Revenue             Revenue           Percentage         Revenue
Source/Object                                                   (All Funds)         (All Funds)         Change        (Excludes Trust)

11 MOTOR VEHICLE SALES/RENTAL, MANUFACTURED
    HOUSING SALES (concluded)
   3104 Manufactured Housing Sales and Use Tax�            $     13,061,594.38 $     12,503,912.24        (4.3) % $      12,503,912.24
   3667 Protest Funds–Motor Vehicle Sales Taxes�                    (22,000.00)               0.00       100.0                    0.00
        TOTAL MOTOR VEHICLE SALES/RENTAL, �
          MANUFACTURED HOUSING SALES�                          2,693,443,347.73    2,740,287,957.51        1.7        2,740,287,957.51

12 HOTEL, MOTEL AND MISCELLANEOUS EXCISE TAXES
   3138 Discounts for Hotel Occupancy Tax                             1,103.62�           1,040.57        (5.7)               1,040.57
   3139 Hotel and Motel Tax                                     227,898,300.56�     238,860,623.34         4.8          238,860,623.34
        TOTAL HOTEL, MOTEL AND �
          MISCELLANEOUS EXCISE TAXES                            227,899,404.18�     238,861,663.91         4.8          238,861,663.91

13 CIGARETTE AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS TAXES
   3275 Cigarette Tax, Penalty and Interest                     524,882,608.81�     449,636,873.28       (14.3)         449,636,873.28
   3278 Cigar and Tobacco Products Tax                           57,834,345.47�      84,940,251.62        46.9           84,940,251.62
   3650 Protest Funds–Cigarette Taxes                                (4,717.92)�              0.00       100.0                    0.00
        TOTAL CIGARETTE AND TOBACCO�
          PRODUCTS TAXES                                        582,712,236.36�     534,577,124.90        (8.3)         534,577,124.90

14 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES TAXES
   3250 Mixed Beverage Tax�                                     403,284,290.01      433,839,587.92         7.6          433,839,587.92
   3253 Liquor Tax�                                              50,271,416.25       52,594,598.24         4.6           52,594,598.24
   3254 Airline/Passenger Train Beverage Tax�                       418,581.24          343,507.05       (17.9)             343,507.05
   3258 Beer Tax�                                               101,877,426.83      102,374,600.07         0.5          102,374,600.07
   3259 Wine Tax�                                                 7,327,216.09        7,836,114.06         6.9            7,836,114.06
   3265 Malt Liquor (Ale) Tax�                                    4,617,542.60        4,851,097.63         5.1            4,851,097.63
        TOTAL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES TAXES                         567,796,473.02      601,839,504.97         6.0          601,839,504.97

15 SPECIAL FUELS TAXES
   3008 Diesel Fuel Tax                                         610,555,895.77�     643,893,545.25�        5.5          643,893,545.25
   3009 Liquefied Gas Tax                                         1,572,057.17�       1,586,076.23         0.9            1,586,076.23
   3651 Protest Funds–Diesel Fuel Taxes                                  21.00�             (21.00)     (200.0)                 (21.00)
         TOTAL SPECIAL FUELS TAXES                              612,127,973.94�     645,479,600.48         5.4          645,479,600.48

16 GASOLINE TAX
   3007�Gasoline Tax                                           2,226,648,721.26    2,272,227,269.62        2.0        2,272,227,269.62
        TOTAL GASOLINE TAX                                     2,226,648,721.26    2,272,227,269.62        2.0        2,272,227,269.62

17 FRANCHISE TAX
   3131 Franchise Tax                                          1,736,611,961.52    1,837,381,562.24        5.8        1,837,381,562.24
   3653 Protest Funds–Franchise Taxes                            (17,705,587.93)               0.00      100.0                    0.00
   3804 Tax Refund for Economic Development,
          Reinvestment Zone/Abatement Agreement–
          Franchise Tax                                           (2,305,896.00)      (2,367,610.17)      (2.7)          (2,367,610.17)
        TOTAL FRANCHISE TAX                                    1,716,600,477.59    1,835,013,952.07        6.9        1,835,013,952.07

18 INSURANCE COMPANIES TAX
   3201 Insurance Premium Tax                                  1,059,262,595.32    1,098,071,568.23        3.7        1,098,071,568.23
   3203 Insurance Maintenance Tax                                 55,755,187.17       34,229,776.77      (38.6)          34,229,776.77
   3214 Insurance Maintenance Tax/Fee Collections–
          Comptroller                                             (5,654,330.76)      (1,802,575.51)      68.1            (1,802,575.51)
   3219 Workers’ Compensation Commission,
         Maintenance Tax                                          74,187,661.08      54,637,981.48       (26.4)          54,637,981.48
   3220 Workers’ Compensation Research Maintenance Tax             1,878,672.86          23,219.30       (98.8)              23,219.30
   3654 Protest Funds–Insurance Companies Premium Taxes          (13,849,259.94)       (237,759.73)       98.3             (237,759.73)
   3671 Protest Funds–Insurance Maintenance Tax/Fees and
          Workers’ Compensation Surcharge                         (2,518,531.64)               0.00      100.0                    0.00
        TOTAL INSURANCE COMPANIES TAX                          1,169,061,994.09    1,184,922,210.54        1.4        1,184,922,210.54




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TABLE 12 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY SOURCE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                  2003                  2004                                 2004
                                                                Revenue               Revenue           Percentage         Revenue
Source/Object                                                  (All Funds)           (All Funds)         Change        (Excludes Trust)

19 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE TAX
   3580 Controlled Substance Tax Certificates            $            5,354.32 $              350.00      (93.5) % $              350.00
   3584 Controlled Substance Tax Certificates Billing                18,418.28              4,746.72      (74.2)                4,746.72
   3652 Protest Funds–Controlled Substance Taxes                     (5,252.82)                 0.00      100.0                     0.00
        TOTAL CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE TAX                               18,519.78              5,096.72      (72.5)                5,096.72

20 OTHER OCCUPATION TAXES
   3135 Occupation Tax                                           10,999,880.23         11,354,026.09        3.2            11,354,026.09
   3146 Boxing Admissions Tax                                       116,807.54            196,961.44       68.6               196,961.44
   3150 Coin-Operated Amusement Machine Tax                       9,098,325.93          8,240,099.62       (9.4)            8,240,099.62
   3728 Unemployment Taxes                                    1,673,619,458.29      1,694,828,822.09        1.3                    54.69
   3771 Tax Refunds to Employers of AFDC Recipients                (291,439.41)          (285,612.14)       2.0              (285,612.14)
        TOTAL OTHER OCCUPATION TAXES                          1,693,543,032.58      1,714,334,297.10        1.2            19,505,529.70

23 SALES TAX
   3010 Motor Fuel Lubricants Sales Tax                          30,942,000.00         31,735,000.00        2.6            31,735,000.00
   3100 Interest on Retail Credit Sales                             833,079.03            927,637.35       11.4               927,637.35
   3101 Prepayments of Limited Sales and Use Tax              4,689,430,460.34      5,052,073,993.35        7.7         5,052,073,993.35
   3102 Limited Sales and Use Tax                             9,532,676,880.02     10,276,801,806.56        7.8        10,276,801,806.56
   3103 Limited Sales and Use Tax–State                          13,375,607.97         13,351,568.05       (0.2)           13,351,568.05
   3105 Discounts for Sales Tax–State Agencies and                   47,910.81             47,099.53       (1.7)               47,099.53
          Higher Education
   3111 Boat and Boat Motor Sales and Use Tax                    43,126,656.14         48,923,115.91       13.4            48,923,115.91
   3127 Fireworks Tax                                               825,855.44            912,592.65       10.5               912,592.65
   3658 Protest Funds–State Sales and Use Taxes                 (26,278,033.75)                 0.00      100.0                     0.00
   3798 Tax Refund for Economic Development,
          Reinvestment Zone/Abatement Agreement–
          Sales Tax                                              (7,694,104.00)        (7,616,555.68)       1.0            (7,616,555.68)
         TOTAL SALES TAX                                     14,277,286,312.00     15,417,156,257.72        8.0        15,417,156,257.72

24 OTHER LICENSES AND FEES
   3012 Motor Vehicle Certificates                              50,295,998.24        149,693,551.91       197.6          149,693,551.91
   3015 Motor Fuel Mixture Testing Fee                             450,833.59            512,444.25        13.7              512,444.25
   3020 Motor Vehicle Inspection Fees                          126,308,021.86        136,158,645.59         7.8          136,158,645.59
   3022 Assigned Vehicle Identification Number Fees                  6,006.00              5,840.00        (2.8)               5,840.00
   3023 Inspection Fees–Salvage to Regular Title                 3,415,051.85              6,780.00       (99.8)               6,780.00
   3025 Driver License Fees                                     95,718,223.09         96,182,888.63         0.5           96,182,888.63
   3026 Voluntary Driver License Fee for Blindness,
          Screening and Treatment                                   556,585.00            350,110.60      (37.1)              350,110.60
   3027 Driver Record Information Fees                           50,993,450.18         51,523,991.26        1.0            51,523,991.26
   3029 Motorcycle Education Course                                  17,115.49             22,039.07       28.8                22,039.07
   3030 Commercial Driver Training School Fees                    2,153,610.94          2,456,382.20       14.1             2,456,382.20
   3031 Automobile Clubs Registration                                37,235.00             33,315.00      (10.5)               33,315.00
   3032 School Fund Benefit Fee on Diesel Fuel                      311,185.38            370,979.89       19.2               370,979.89
   3034 LPG Delivery Fees                                         2,359,832.92          2,112,983.74      (10.5)            2,112,983.74
   3035 Commercial Transportation Fees                           17,707,393.03         17,342,542.53       (2.1)           17,342,542.53
   3038 Motor Carriers–Proof of Insurance Filing Fee              1,447,263.22          1,549,405.43        7.1             1,549,405.43
   3041 Voluntary Driver License Fee for Anatomical
          Gift Education                                            336,566.00            278,334.00      (17.3)              278,334.00
   3045 Railroad Commission Service Fees                              1,316.74              1,780.10       35.2                 1,780.10
   3050 Abandoned Motor Vehicles                                     14,564.20             15,968.50        9.6                15,968.50
   3052 Highway Beautification Fees                                 649,393.60            613,774.75       (5.5)              613,774.75
   3053 Outdoor Signs on Rural Roads                                202,872.82            241,665.29       19.1               241,665.29
   3055 Excess Fines from Speeding Violations                       108,432.84            136,833.72       26.2               136,833.72
   3056 Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Violations            7,019,799.17          6,950,274.16       (1.0)            6,950,274.16
   3057 Motor Carrier Act Penalties                               1,252,891.00          1,832,356.16       46.3             1,832,356.16
   3062 Rail Safety Program Fees                                          0.00          1,309,154.00                        1,309,154.00
   3080 Petroleum Product Delivery Fees                          88,757,990.85         73,895,891.73      (16.7)           73,895,891.73
   3106 City Sales Tax Service Fee                               54,186,133.47         58,134,028.97        7.3            58,134,028.97
   3107 Local MTA Sales Tax Service Fee                          18,921,216.91         19,970,410.12        5.5            19,970,410.12
   3108 County Sales Tax Service Fee                              4,591,292.56          4,927,673.81        7.3             4,927,673.81
   3109 Local SPD Sales Tax Service Fee                           2,188,073.76          2,297,629.46        5.0             2,297,629.46

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TABLE 12 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY SOURCE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                      2003                 2004                              2004
                                                                    Revenue              Revenue         Percentage        Revenue
Source/Object                                                      (All Funds)          (All Funds)       Change       (Excludes Trust)

24 OTHER LICENSES AND FEES (continued)
   3120 Property Rights Claims                                 $           200.00   $           225.00      12.5 % $             225.00
   3123 Volatile Chemical Sales Permit                                 383,612.17           435,840.57      13.6             435,840.57
   3126 Concealed Handgun Fees                                       6,524,488.95         6,165,885.48      (5.5)          6,165,885.48
   3133 General Business Filing Fees                                52,461,808.07        58,904,933.54      12.3          58,904,933.54
   3141 Bedding Permit Fees                                            537,505.52           563,282.42       4.8             563,282.42
   3142 Food Service Worker Training                                   483,348.00           341,259.86     (29.4)            341,259.86
   3144 Animal Shelter Personnel Training                                  200.00               400.00     100.0                 400.00
   3143 Industrial Alcohol Manufacture                                       0.00            25,750.00                        25,750.00
   3147 Boxing and Wrestling Licenses                                  169,487.00           138,865.00     (18.1)            138,865.00
   3149 Amusement Ride Inspection                                       66,680.00            66,825.00       0.2              66,825.00
   3151 Coin-Operated Machine Business License Fee                     710,888.03           747,546.99       5.2             747,546.99
   3152 Bingo Operators/Lessors                                      2,931,587.66         2,948,472.87       0.6           2,948,472.87
   3153 Bingo Equipment                                                 67,500.00            69,025.00       2.3              69,025.00
   3154 Bingo Tax Service Fees                                           5,721.28                 0.00    (100.0)                  0.00
   3157 Loan Administration Fees                                       313,579.50           264,283.30     (15.7)            264,283.30
   3158 Manufactured Housing Training Fees                              58,426.50            76,845.00      31.5              76,845.00
   3159 Manufactured Housing Certificate of Title                    3,533,333.28         5,360,167.12      51.7           5,360,167.12
   3160 Manufactured and Industrialized Housing
          Registration License Fees                                  1,128,557.00         1,171,624.33       3.8           1,171,624.33
   3161 Manufactured and Industrialized Housing
          Inspection Fees                                            1,329,584.23         1,637,276.59      23.1           1,637,276.59
   3164 Boiler Inspection Fees                                       2,147,022.45         1,980,756.84      (7.7)          1,980,756.84
   3170 Bingo Prize Fees                                            20,189,279.08        21,738,004.87       7.7          21,738,004.87
   3171 Professional Fees, H.B. 11 and H.B. 3442,
          General Revenue Increase                                  66,435,365.67        70,549,246.66       6.2          70,549,246.66
   3172 Financial Institution Regulation                            16,800,422.94        19,646,238.28      16.9          19,646,238.28
   3173 Credit Service and Charitable Organizations
          Registration                                                   5,900.00             7,600.00      28.8               7,600.00
   3174 Unlicensed Creditors Registration                              380,465.00           271,902.00     (28.5)            271,902.00
   3175 Professional Fees                                          129,562,028.70       177,887,511.05      37.3         164,841,854.03
   3180 Health Regulation Fees                                       4,231,266.36         1,969,017.26     (53.5)          1,943,956.91
   3188 Race Track Licenses–Horse                                    1,067,580.97         1,149,711.33       7.7           1,149,711.33
   3189 Racing and Wagering Licenses                                   654,022.80           686,556.97       5.0             686,556.97
   3190 Race Track Licenses–Greyhound                                  816,438.62           816,751.43       0.0             816,751.43
   3191 Race Track Application Fees–Horse                                    0.00            40,000.00                        40,000.00
   3195 Additional Legal Services Fees                                       0.00         3,323,955.74                     3,323,955.74
   3196 Racing Pool–State Share–Greyhound
          (Simulcast Pari–Mutuel)                                      976,190.57           917,970.26      (6.0)            917,970.26
   3200 Racing Pool–State Share–Horse
          (Simulcast Pari–Mutuel)                                    3,787,768.15         3,737,928.98      (1.3)          3,737,928.98
   3205 Property and Casualty, Title and Other Insurer
          Assessment                                                 1,796,215.57         1,789,326.16      (0.4)          1,789,326.16
   3206 Insurance Companies Fees                                    15,698,688.87        15,297,877.40      (2.6)         15,297,877.40
   3208 Insurance Assessments for Volunteer Fire Departments        14,235,523.58        15,073,298.87       5.9          15,073,298.87
   3210 Insurance Agents Licenses                                   10,788,937.83        12,115,148.25      12.3          12,115,148.25
   3211 Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission Self-
          Insurance Application Fees                                     1,000.00             3,000.00     200.0                3,000.00
   3212 Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission Self-
          Insurance Regulatory Fees                                  1,192,239.82           806,849.71     (32.3)            806,849.71
   3213 Catastrophe Property Insurance Pool Fees                        16,180.00             7,882.00     (51.3)              7,882.00
   3215 Insurance Department Fees–Miscellaneous                      6,383,800.61         8,803,384.82      37.9           8,803,384.82
   3216 Insurance Department Examination and Audit Fees             16,195,202.16        15,049,216.33      (7.1)         15,049,216.33
   3217 Prepaid Funeral Contract Audit                                 600,636.91           679,411.84      13.1             679,411.84
   3222 Insurance Money Penalty in Lieu of Suspension
          or Cancellation                                            1,212,843.21         2,482,457.05     104.7           2,482,457.05
   3236 Automatic Dial Announcing Devices                                4,750.00             5,265.00      10.8               5,265.00
   3238 Telecommunications Utility/Commercial Mobile
          Service Provider Assessments                             200,678,893.18       200,311,436.55      (0.2)        200,311,436.55
   3239 Telecommunications Utility Fees                              2,027,336.00         1,737,439.00     (14.3)          1,737,439.00
   3242 Water/Sewer Utility Service Regulatory
          Assessments/Penalties                                      4,418,000.68         4,772,611.19       8.0           4,772,611.19
   3244 Non-Bypassable Utility Fee                                 135,311,560.80       133,882,991.06      (1.1)        133,882,991.06
   3245 Compressed Natural Gas Training and Examinations                 4,415.00             1,160.00     (73.7)              1,160.00

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TABLE 12 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY SOURCE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                     2003                 2004                              2004
                                                                   Revenue              Revenue         Percentage        Revenue
Source/Object                                                     (All Funds)          (All Funds)       Change       (Excludes Trust)

24 OTHER LICENSES AND FEES (continued)
   3246 Compressed Natural Gas Licenses                       $         8,855.00   $        10,370.00      17.1 % $          10,370.00
   3256 Liquor Permit Fees                                         18,449,004.63        19,137,249.27       3.7          19,137,249.27
   3257 License/Permit Surcharges–General                           9,555,225.00        10,478,270.95       9.7          10,478,270.95
   3261 Wine and Beer Permit Fees                                   4,070,406.31         4,217,327.68       3.6           4,217,327.68
   3263 Brew Pub Licenses                                               8,400.00            10,100.00      20.2              10,100.00
   3266 Temporary Charitable Function Permit–Alcoholic
          Beverages                                                       600.00               875.00       45.8                 875.00
   3268 Alcoholic Beverage Code Money Penalty in Lieu
          of Cancellation or Suspension                             2,821,616.96         2,610,700.00       (7.5)         2,610,700.00
   3271 Alcoholic Beverage Import Fee                               1,129,277.36         1,323,874.24       17.2          1,323,874.24
   3272 Alcoholic Beverage Seller Training Programs                   434,143.00           421,958.00       (2.8)           421,958.00
   3273 Alcoholic Beverage Samples and Labels Certificate
          of Approval                                                 305,350.00           314,850.00        3.1            314,850.00
   3274 Alcoholic Beverage Commission Administrative Fees              59,227.00            84,950.00       43.4             84,950.00
   3280 Tobacco Product Related Fines                                  56,161.13            78,389.39       39.6             78,389.39
   3281 Tobacco Product Advertising Fees                              119,356.19            83,111.18      (30.4)            83,111.18
   3282 Cigarette, Cigar and Tobacco Combination Permits              352,892.49         5,781,974.55    1,538.5          5,781,974.55
   3301 Land Office Fees                                            1,425,470.99         1,327,220.08       (6.9)         1,327,220.08
   3302 Land Office Administrative Fees                               561,824.45         1,558,582.97      177.4          1,558,582.97
   3305 Veteran’s Land Board Service Fees                             588,768.93           758,878.83       28.9            758,878.83
   3311 Survey Permits                                                  3,037.68           135,659.26    4,365.9            135,659.26
   3313 Oil and Gas Well Drilling Permit                            5,466,489.33         5,960,175.30        9.0          5,960,175.30
   3314 Oil and Gas Violations                                      2,020,377.53         1,966,222.16       (2.7)         1,966,222.16
   3329 Surface Mining Permits                                        343,395.20           663,735.60       93.3            663,735.60
   3338 Organization Report Fees                                    2,934,115.00         3,177,731.00        8.3          3,177,731.00
   3339 Railroad Commission Voluntary Cleanup
          Application Fees                                             18,100.00            36,418.67     101.2              36,418.67
   3360 Water Quality Act Violations                                1,041,671.89         1,628,761.16      56.4           1,628,761.16
   3364 Water Use Permits                                           3,452,713.14         3,602,001.91       4.3           3,602,001.91
   3366 Business Fees–Natural Resources                             5,105,622.78         5,003,932.49      (2.0)          5,003,932.49
   3368 Department of Water Resources Filing/Copy Fees              1,921,187.50         2,258,820.63      17.6           2,258,820.63
   3370 Boat Sewage Disposal Device Certificate                         3,385.00            15,440.00     356.1              15,440.00
   3371 Waste Treatment Inspection Fee                             19,717,020.22        21,150,116.42       7.3          21,150,116.42
   3372 Quarry Pit Safety Fees                                         19,000.00            12,750.00     (32.9)             12,750.00
   3373 Injection Well Regulation                                      44,710.00            84,845.00      89.8              84,845.00
   3374 Underground and Above Ground Storage Tank Fees              3,180,012.85         3,124,515.85      (1.7)          3,124,515.85
   3375 Air Pollution Control Fees                                 51,877,930.57        57,191,772.71      10.2          57,191,772.71
   3377 Discharge Prevention and Response Certification Fee             7,050.00             5,400.00     (23.4)              5,400.00
   3378 Coastal Protection Fee                                     26,182,043.02         4,230,602.88     (83.8)          4,230,602.88
   3379 Oil Spill Prevention and Response Act Violations              150,160.34           164,750.00       9.7             164,750.00
   3381 Oil-Field Cleanup Regulatory Fee on Oil                     2,350,076.19         2,227,085.21      (5.2)          2,227,085.21
   3382 Railroad Commission Rule Exceptions                           881,770.37           929,275.00       5.4             929,275.00
   3383 Oil-Field Cleanup Regulatory Fee on Gas                     2,259,419.50         2,886,424.88      27.8           2,886,424.88
   3384 Oil and Gas Compliance Certification Reissue Fee              469,500.00           941,100.00     100.4             941,100.00
   3385 Natural Gas Policy Act Fees                                    53,260.00                 0.00    (100.0)                  0.00
   3386 Engineer Registration Program Fees                             38,600.00            34,250.00     (11.3)             34,250.00
   3390 Purchase of Dry Cleaning Solvent Fees                               0.00         1,018,854.50                     1,018,854.50
   3400 Business Fees–Agriculture                                   1,707,202.32         2,814,626.62      64.9           2,814,626.62
   3402 Weighing and Measuring Device Inspector License                68,152.50            63,475.00      (6.9)             63,475.00
   3404 Citrus Budwood and Grove Certification Fees                    29,926.38             4,872.18     (83.7)              4,872.18
   3408 Farm and Ranch Finance Program Fees                             5,024.00            26,825.00     433.9              26,825.00
   3410 Agriculture Registration Fees                               2,133,654.80         3,637,074.00      70.5           3,637,074.00
   3414 Agriculture Inspection Fees                                 5,530,679.65         7,418,265.90      34.1           7,418,265.90
   3417 Travel Fees for Seed Records Audit and Egg
          Inspections                                                   3,512.45             7,971.95     127.0               7,971.95
   3420 Livestock Export/Import Processing Fees                       394,867.25           707,041.00      79.1             707,041.00
   3423 Agricultural Association Fees                                   2,290.00             4,275.00      86.7               4,275.00
   3437 Public Hunting/Fishing/Other Participation Fees             1,078,584.45         1,185,995.13      10.0           1,185,995.13
   3449 Game and Fish, Water Safety, and Parks Violations           1,629,067.47         1,724,981.27       5.9           1,724,981.27
   3452 Wildlife Management Permits                                 1,913,319.54         2,064,756.76       7.9           2,064,756.76
   3455 Vessel Registration Fees                                   10,690,921.05        13,755,495.61      28.7          13,755,495.61
   3456 Vessel/Outboard Motor Title Certificate                     2,719,276.15         4,125,142.60      51.7           4,125,142.60

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TABLE 12 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY SOURCE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                      2003                     2004                              2004
                                                                    Revenue                  Revenue         Percentage        Revenue
Source/Object                                                      (All Funds)              (All Funds)       Change       (Excludes Trust)

24 OTHER LICENSES AND FEES (continued)
   3461 State Park Fees                                        $    28,830,695.94       $    30,448,662.47       5.6 % $      30,437,486.48
   3462 Boater Education Exam Fees                                      39,517.57                76,222.96      92.9              76,222.96
   3463 Marine Safety Enforcement Officer Certification Fees                 0.00                10,181.00                        10,181.00
   3464 Floating Cabin Permit, Application, Renewal
          and Transfer                                                 128,100.00                46,800.00     (63.5)             46,800.00
   3503 Higher Education, Other Fees                                   110,310.49                61,127.59     (44.6)             61,127.59
   3505 Higher Education, Tuition Fees                             654,291,072.26           665,915,437.89       1.8         665,915,437.89
   3506 Higher Education, Laboratory Fees                            4,986,823.38             3,298,810.17     (33.8)          3,298,810.17
   3507 Higher Education, Student Fees                                 289,345.35               199,437.90     (31.1)            199,437.90
   3509 Private Educational Institution Fees                         1,733,216.45             1,938,918.92      11.9           1,938,918.92
   3510 High School Equivalency Certificate                            582,232.64               901,330.85      54.8             901,330.85
   3511 Teacher Certification Fees                                  17,865,779.98            19,320,449.42       8.1          19,320,449.42
   3526 Higher Education Building Use Fees
          (Designated Tuition)                                         358,918.17               378,427.80       5.4             378,427.80
   3527 Administrative Fees–Higher Education                        (5,826,609.75)            2,259,997.29     138.8           2,259,997.29
   3530 School Bond Guarantee Fees                                      68,400.00               222,700.00     225.6             222,700.00
   3546 Prepaid Tuition Contracts                                  271,429,174.02           137,977,145.51     (49.2)                  0.00
   3547 Prepaid Tuition Application Fees                             1,213,775.00                35,000.00     (97.1)                  0.00
   3553 Pipeline Safety Inspection Fees                                      0.00             1,669,753.79                     1,669,753.79
   3554 Food and Drug Fees                                           9,862,608.69            10,330,645.58       4.7          10,330,645.58
   3555 Hazardous Substance Manufacture                                168,319.16               171,636.00       2.0             171,636.00
   3557 Health Care Facilities Fees                                 54,178,108.92            64,254,776.16      18.6          64,254,776.16
   3560 Medical Examination and Registration                        19,558,968.27            21,583,784.83      10.4          21,583,784.83
   3562 Health Related Professional Fees                            14,773,188.44            16,677,233.22      12.9          16,677,233.22
   3563 Equalization Surcharges, 911 Emergencies                    13,915,623.12            11,595,479.40     (16.7)         11,595,479.40
   3564 Disproportionate Share Revenues/State Hospitals            479,044,122.00           585,927,504.00      22.3         585,927,504.00
   3568 Disproportionate Share Revenues/Non–State
          Hospitals                                                366,926,177.00           341,441,684.00      (6.9)        341,441,684.00
   3569 Receipt of Federal/State Disproportionate Share
          Payments by State Hospitals                              206,646,925.00           331,558,373.00      60.4         331,558,373.00
   3570 Peer Assistance Program Fees                                   862,760.00               890,673.00       3.2             890,673.00
   3571 Hazardous Waste Clean Up Application Fees                    1,304,498.20             1,181,860.38      (9.4)          1,181,860.38
   3572 Health Related Professional Fees, H.B. 11, General
          Revenue Increase                                          14,400,190.88            18,309,066.93      27.1          18,309,066.93
   3573 Health Licenses for Camps                                       31,495.00                30,670.00      (2.6)             30,670.00
   3577 Tier Two Forms Filing Fees                                     811,572.02               830,801.60       2.4             830,801.60
   3579 Vital Statistics Certification and Service Fees              6,528,446.49             7,008,166.89       7.3           7,008,166.89
   3585 Toxic Chemical Release Form Reporting Fees                     136,647.94               127,638.73      (6.6)            127,638.73
   3588 Transfer From Urban/Rural Hospitals–Medicaid
          Match                                                    178,785,622.69           199,398,658.19      11.5         199,398,658.19
   3589 Radioactive Materials and Devices for Equipment
          Regulation                                                 7,194,255.17             8,141,656.67      13.2           8,141,656.67
   3590 Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Fees                            0.00             7,499,979.35                     7,499,979.35
   3592 Waste Disposal Facilities, Generators, Transporters         58,954,338.23            57,954,156.75      (1.7)         57,954,156.75
   3593 Waste Tire Recycling Fees                                        3,180.15                 4,436.24      39.5               4,436.24
   3596 Automotive Oil Sales Fee                                     1,240,421.56             1,195,547.72      (3.6)          1,195,547.72
   3598 Battery Sales Fee                                           14,400,348.95            14,388,213.06      (0.1)         14,388,213.06
   3611 Private Institutions License Fees                            1,717,800.96             1,604,671.19      (6.6)          1,604,671.19
   3616 Social Worker Regulation                                       698,528.14               756,737.61       8.3             756,737.61
   3618 Welfare/MHMR Service Fees                                      320,243.42               252,189.20     (21.3)            252,189.20
   3624 Adoption Registry Fees                                         114,961.81                85,268.99     (25.8)             85,268.99
   3632 Elderly Housing Set-Aside                                      383,620.00               418,572.60       9.1             418,572.60
   3642 Residential Aftercare Participant Fees                           7,583.00                11,072.06      46.0              11,072.06
   3647 9-1-1 Emergency Services Fees                               82,510,646.02            89,335,915.38       8.3          47,918,312.97
   3684 Dental School Set-Aside, Loan Repayments                       105,717.34                96,532.85      (8.7)             96,532.85
   3686 Tuition Set-Aside for Attorney Education Loan
          Repayments                                                   118,061.21               163,698.04      38.7             163,698.04
   3687 Tuition Set-Aside for Dental Hygiene Education
          Loan Repayments                                                4,646.21                 7,122.71      53.3               7,122.71
   3688 Higher Education, Tuition and Fees–Non–Pledged                       0.00            38,299,374.44                    38,299,374.44
   3691 Texas B-On-Time Student Loan Set-Asides                              0.00             2,072,910.03                     2,072,910.03
   3693 Doctoral Incentive Loan Repayment Set-Asides
          for Faculty and Administration                                         0.00           302,006.00                       302,006.00
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TABLE 12 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY SOURCE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                       2003                   2004                                2004
                                                                     Revenue                Revenue          Percentage         Revenue
Source/Object                                                       (All Funds)            (All Funds)        Change        (Excludes Trust)

24 OTHER LICENSES AND FEES (concluded)
   3704 Court Costs                                            $     61,410,894.71    $     65,032,341.82         5.9 % $      65,032,341.82
   3705 State Parking Violations                                        269,476.00              13,315.40       (95.1)             13,315.40
   3706 Arrest Fees                                                   2,164,818.24           2,087,502.54        (3.6)          2,087,502.54
   3707 Marriage License Fees                                         3,034,300.07           2,694,372.20       (11.2)          2,694,372.20
   3709 District Court Suit Filing Fee                               12,327,368.90          10,274,912.43       (16.6)         10,274,912.43
   3710 Court Fines                                                   4,911,118.66          61,859,397.93     1,159.6          61,859,397.93
   3711 Judicial Fees                                                   474,555.37             747,154.16        57.4             747,154.16
   3712 Fees from Criminal Offenses                                  23,085,920.96          23,715,186.73         2.7          23,715,186.73
   3713 Fees from Misdemeanor or Felony Cases                       121,485,071.14         124,257,882.78         2.3         124,257,882.78
   3716 Lien Fees                                                       123,655.94             156,765.67        26.8             156,765.67
   3718 Court Costs and Attorney Fees                                 7,729,145.11           9,264,079.11        19.9           9,264,079.11
   3719 Fees for Copies or Filing of Records                         13,021,486.39          14,513,647.27        11.5          14,502,091.17
   3720 Expedited Handling Charges (Secretary of State)               3,198,103.29           3,127,045.59        (2.2)          3,127,045.59
   3721 Court Cost/Crime Stoppers Assistance                            506,043.08             521,797.27         3.1             521,797.27
   3722 Conference, Seminars, and Training Registration Fees          4,041,346.43           4,156,870.45         2.9           4,156,870.45
   3723 Fees for Examinations and Audits                              2,017,029.03           1,549,281.19       (23.2)          1,549,281.19
   3724 Insurance Notification of HIV Related Test Fees                   5,296.00              16,800.00       217.2              16,800.00
   3727 Fees for Administrative Services                             24,174,437.85          28,084,611.59        16.2          13,636,401.59
   3732 Unemployment Compensation Penalties                          11,858,287.67          12,780,696.40         7.8          12,780,696.40
   3735 Recovery of Parole Costs                                      6,681,999.19           6,761,202.55         1.2           6,761,202.55
   3737 Probation Supervision Recovery                                        0.00               6,654.12                           6,654.12
   3748 Royalties                                                       139,037.56             365,141.67      162.6              365,141.67
   3749 Use of Great Seal of Texas–Licenses                               4,560.00               3,985.00      (12.6)               3,985.00
   3753 Sale of Surplus Property Fee                                  2,085,192.21           2,367,253.13       13.5            2,367,253.13
   3772 License Suspension Fee, Child Support Obligor                         0.00                (558.94)                           (558.94)
   3775 Returned Check Fees                                             486,324.35             184,674.64      (62.0)             184,674.64
   3776 Fingerprint Record Fees                                         112,619.00             124,036.98       10.1              124,036.98
   3778 Credit Card Issuer Receipts                                           0.00                  (0.99)                             (0.99)
   3793 Political Subdivision Administrative Fee, Failure
          to Appear                                                    2,981,545.54           3,959,941.04      32.8            3,959,941.04
   3801 Time Payment Plan for Court Costs/Fees                         9,274,048.28           9,752,801.75       5.2            9,752,801.75
   3846 New Home Registration Fees                                             0.00           2,142,541.95                      2,142,541.95
   3858 Bail Bond Surety Fees                                                  0.00           4,965,567.12                      4,965,567.12
   3879 Credit Card and Related Fees                                  16,834,005.52          20,613,193.82      22.4           20,613,193.82
        TOTAL OTHER LICENSES AND FEES                              4,301,976,601.97       4,744,347,421.36      10.3        4,537,376,013.98

25 GAME AND FISH–LICENSES AND FEES
   3433 Lake Texoma Fishing License Fees                                121,728.59             365,728.73      200.4              365,728.73
   3434 Game, Fish and Equipment Fees–Non–Commercial                 59,807,912.22          73,436,228.87       22.8           73,436,228.87
   3435 Game, Fish and Equipment Fees–Commercial                      4,819,308.07           5,721,483.87       18.7            5,721,483.87
   3436 Oyster Fees                                                     320,360.94             433,641.93       35.4              433,641.93
   3446 Wildlife Value Recovery                                         318,483.68             361,305.94       13.4              361,305.94
        TOTAL GAME AND FISH–LICENSES AND FEES                        65,387,793.50          80,318,389.34       22.8           80,318,389.34

26 MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION FEES
   3014 Motor Vehicle Registration Fees                             803,328,900.92         859,736,294.96        7.0          859,736,294.96
   3018 Special Vehicle Registrations                                31,597,652.04          34,374,405.57        8.8           34,374,405.57
        TOTAL MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION FEES                       834,926,552.96         894,110,700.53        7.1          894,110,700.53

27 LAND SALES
   3349 Land Sales                                                   13,464,177.77          89,685,350.03      566.1           89,685,350.03
        TOTAL LAND SALES                                             13,464,177.77          89,685,350.03      566.1           89,685,350.03

28 OIL, GAS, AND MINERALS ROYALTIES
   3319 Oil Royalties from Parks and Wildlife Lands                     106,369.41             113,985.19        7.2              113,985.19
   3320 Oil Royalties from Lands Owned by Educational
           Institutions                                              98,880,311.71         108,251,635.33        9.5           92,608,149.38
   3321 Oil Royalties from Other State Lands
           (State Departments, Boards, Agencies)                        466,342.26             789,693.32       69.3              789,693.32
   3324 Gas Royalties from Parks and Wildlife Lands                     153,922.62             106,355.02      (30.9)             106,355.02


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                                                     43
TABLE 12 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY SOURCE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                      2003                  2004                                  2004
                                                                    Revenue               Revenue             Percentage        Revenue
Source/Object                                                      (All Funds)           (All Funds)           Change       (Excludes Trust)

28 OIL, GAS, AND MINERALS ROYALTIES (concluded)
   3325 Gas Royalties from Lands Owned by Educational
           Institutions                                        $   206,933,388.34    $   348,759,484.44          68.5 % $     197,066,923.15
   3326 Gas Royalties from Other State Lands
           (State Departments, Boards, Agencies)                     2,782,470.41          2,572,392.58          (7.6)          2,572,392.58
   3327 Outer Continental Shelf Settlement Monies                   13,271,572.25         14,426,872.86           8.7          14,426,872.86
   3334 Royalties–Coal and Lignite                                      12,816.95                875.60         (93.2)                875.60
   3335 Royalties–Other Hard Minerals                                   73,908.46             65,693.59         (11.1)             65,693.59
         TOTAL OIL, GAS, AND MINERALS ROYALTIES                    322,681,102.41        475,086,987.93          47.2         307,750,940.69

29 SAND, SHELL, GRAVEL AND TIMBER SALES
   3344 Sand, Shell, Gravel, Timber Sales                              893,150.55          1,603,449.04          79.5           1,603,449.04
         TOTAL SAND, SHELL, GRAVEL AND
          TIMBER SALES                                                 893,150.55          1,603,449.04          79.5           1,603,449.04

31 MINERAL LEASES, RENTALS, AND BONUSES
   3315 Oil and Gas Lease Bonus                                     33,482,806.17         78,589,974.90         134.7          78,589,974.90
   3316 Oil and Gas Lease Rental                                     5,063,255.70          5,658,090.81          11.7           5,658,090.81
   3330 Hard Mineral–Prospect and Lease                                 49,440.02             70,661.44          42.9              70,661.44
        TOTAL MINERAL LEASES, RENTALS, AND
         BONUSES                                                    38,595,501.89         84,318,727.15         118.5          84,318,727.15

32 SURFACE RENTALS, LEASES, AND EASEMENTS
   3337 Brine and Water Receipts                                       796,133.68            624,906.33         (21.5)            624,906.33
   3340 Land Easements                                               8,576,953.89          6,510,506.77         (24.1)          6,510,506.77
   3341 Grazing Lease Rental                                         3,477,561.69          6,981,540.71         100.8           6,981,540.71
   3342 Land Lease                                                      71,809.93             71,139.67          (0.9)             71,139.67
   3445 Oyster Bed Location Rental                                      14,331.01             14,344.47           0.1              14,344.47
   3746 Rental of Lands                                              1,312,349.24            621,310.23         (52.7)            621,310.23
        TOTAL SURFACE RENTALS, LEASES,
         AND EASEMENTS                                              14,249,139.44         14,823,748.18           4.0          14,823,748.18

33 INTEREST ON DEPOSITS
   3520 Higher Education, Interest on Local Deposits                    87,333.53             72,712.94         (16.7)              72,712.94
   3796 Interest Received/Paid to Federal Government                (5,016,378.00)        (3,474,740.00)         30.7           (3,474,740.00)
   3851 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury
          Investments, General (Non–Program)                       189,968,895.19        153,958,726.53         (19.0)        127,088,325.45
   3852 Interest on Local Deposits–State Agencies                      387,483.00            375,042.99          (3.2)            375,042.99
   3857 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury
          Investment–Operating Revenue                               8,037,644.95          5,472,432.46         (31.9)          4,441,575.35
   3864 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments,
          Non-Operating Revenue                                              0.00          3,009,026.02                         3,009,026.02
         TOTAL INTEREST ON DEPOSITS                                193,464,978.67        159,413,200.94         (17.6)        131,511,942.75

34 INTEREST/OTHER INVESTMENT INCOME
   3823 Amortization of Premium/Discount–Mortgage
          Investments                                                7,140,683.91                      0.00    (100.0)                   0.00
   3824 Amortization of Premium/Discount–Miscellaneous
          Investments                                                3,255,045.49          1,708,248.87         (47.5)          1,708,248.87
   3826 Amortization of Premium/Discount–Corporate
          Obligations                                                5,461,427.04            661,978.23         (87.9)            661,978.23
   3827 Amortization of Premium/Discount–United States
          Government Obligations                                    (2,946,655.10)          (511,362.05)         82.6            (511,362.05)
   3828 Dividend Income                                            156,036,734.64        231,434,962.40          48.3         231,432,367.31
   3850 Interest on Lottery Prize Investments                       58,325,540.87         65,367,485.87          12.1             143,820.43
   3855 Interest on Investments, Obligations and
          Securities–General (Non–Program)                         983,429,100.94        356,038,132.86         (63.8)        348,366,004.90
   3861 Gain on Sale of Investments, Obligations, Securities        13,581,558.64          6,061,121.86         (55.4)          6,061,121.86




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                                                     44
TABLE 12 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY SOURCE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                       2003                      2004                                   2004
                                                                     Revenue                   Revenue          Percentage            Revenue
Source/Object                                                       (All Funds)               (All Funds)        Change           (Excludes Trust)

34 INTEREST/OTHER INVESTMENT INCOME (concluded)
   3863 Interest on Investments, Obligations and Securities,
          Non-Operating Revenue                                $                  0.00   $    457,552,957.60                % $     457,552,957.60
   3873 Interest on Investments, Obligations and
          Securities–Operating Revenue                               46,302,687.60             52,128,981.94       12.6              19,466,527.71
         TOTAL INTEREST/OTHER INVESTMENT
          INCOME                                                   1,270,586,124.03          1,170,442,507.58       (7.9)         1,064,881,664.86

35 INTEREST ON LAND SALES
   3308 Interest on Veteran’s Land/Housing Contracts                110,387,726.31             99,079,901.68       (10.2)            99,079,901.68
   3350 Interest on Land Sales (Public School)                          109,309.96                202,404.84        85.2                202,404.84
         TOTAL INTEREST ON LAND SALES                               110,497,036.27             99,282,306.52       (10.1)            99,282,306.52

36 MISCELLANEOUS INTEREST
   3516 Interest on College Student Loans                            51,791,000.56             43,281,343.55       (16.4)            43,281,343.55
   3785 Interest on Oil Overcharge Loans                              1,768,070.76              1,397,189.15       (21.0)             1,397,189.15
   3853 Interest on Judgments                                               562.95                  7,849.19     1,294.3                  7,849.19
   3854 Interest–Other, General (Non–Program)                        66,405,412.27             96,812,981.25        45.8             17,241,294.13
   3875 Interest–Other Operating Revenue                             46,730,479.09             48,405,674.26         3.6             48,405,674.26
        TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS INTEREST                                166,695,525.63            189,905,037.40        13.9            110,333,350.28

37 PAY PATIENT COLLECTIONS
   3606 Support and Maintenance of Patients                          35,623,917.93             33,779,137.60       (5.2)             33,779,137.60
   3614 Counseling, Care and Treatment of Out-Patients                  (57,125.17)                46,870.48      182.0                  46,870.48
         TOTAL PAY PATIENT COLLECTIONS                               35,566,792.76             33,826,008.08       (4.9)             33,826,008.08

38 OTHER MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
   3042 Motor Vehicle Assessment–Young Farmer Program                   873,410.00                884,494.00         1.3                884,494.00
   3081 Equipment Lease to County Automated
          Registration and Title System                                 106,755.00                128,770.00        20.6                128,770.00
   3114 Escheated Estates                                           218,934,374.68            249,672,558.19        14.0            249,672,558.19
   3134 Private Sector Prison Industries Oversight Receipts           1,665,670.98              2,221,365.74        33.4              2,221,365.74
   3137 Racing Association ATM Receipts                                 239,847.38                237,299.62        (1.1)               237,299.62
   3163 Penalties for Manufactured Housing Violations                    97,699.99                 74,100.00       (24.2)                74,100.00
   3193 Breakage–Horse Racing                                         6,451,701.81              6,237,867.37        (3.3)             5,018,661.18
   3194 Outstanding Wagering Tickets (Outs)–Horses
          and Greyhounds                                              1,907,870.43              1,271,000.00       (33.4)             1,271,000.00
   3197 Breakage–Greyhound Racing                                     1,001,041.15                899,275.93       (10.2)               899,275.93
   3269 Sale of Confiscated Alcoholic Beverages                          39,447.23                 48,950.51        24.1                 48,950.51
   3307 Repayment of Principal on Veteran’s Land/Housing
          Contracts                                                 462,945,666.55            290,550,706.56      (37.2)            290,550,706.56
   3317 Oil and Gas Well Applicant Bond/Financial Security            4,720,673.75              1,878,402.00      (60.2)              1,878,402.00
   3328 Surface Damages (Permanent School Fund Land)                    282,953.33                631,037.12      123.0                 631,037.12
   3369 Reimbursement for Well Plugging Costs                            51,061.50                  4,254.54      (91.7)                  4,254.54
   3393 Abandoned Well Site Equipment Disposal                          373,365.43                906,585.13      142.8                 906,585.13
   3401 Repayment of Financial Assistance Loans/
          Agricultural Products                                       7,799,161.92             11,112,558.64        42.5             11,112,558.64
   3422 Agricultural Administrative Penalties                           145,202.15                124,886.14       (14.0)               124,886.14
   3450 Parks and Wildlife Money Penalty in Lieu of
          Suspension                                                          0.00                 30,125.00                             30,125.00
   3517 Repayment of College Student Loans                           86,842,884.97             61,379,824.92       (29.3)            61,379,824.92
   3552 HIV Medication Program                                                0.00                  5,086.71                              5,086.71
   3561 Health Department Lab Financing Fees                          2,900,000.00              3,140,038.14         8.3              3,140,038.14
   3575 Repayment of Loans to Medical Students–
          Rural Medicine                                                 51,592.50                 55,726.36         8.0                 55,726.36
   3582 Controlled Substances Act Forfeited Property Sales                    0.00                 16,036.97                             16,036.97
   3594 Waste Disposal Violations                                     1,006,656.24              1,384,867.12       37.6               1,384,867.12
   3595 Medical Assistance Cost Recovery                             20,901,517.23             23,711,036.29       13.4              23,711,036.29
   3597 WIC (Women, Infants, and Children Program)
          Rebates                                                   188,815,807.93            209,128,999.01       10.8             209,128,999.01
   3603 Reimbursement for Telecommunications Assistance,
          Distance Learning and Other Advanced Services                 456,966.59                777,985.48       70.2                 777,985.48
   3620 Child Support Collections-State, Title IV-D                 281,514,750.58            645,696,250.12      129.4                       0.00

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                                                     45
TABLE 12 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY SOURCE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                    2003                  2004                                2004
                                                                  Revenue               Revenue          Percentage         Revenue
Source/Object                                                    (All Funds)           (All Funds)        Change        (Excludes Trust)

38 OTHER MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE (concluded)
   3622 Child Support Collections-State, Non-Title IV-D      $ 1,453,099,169.73    $ 1,615,709,503.22        11.2 % $      68,201,509.78
   3625 Court Costs Awarded Parent/Child Cases                       375,464.76            449,862.81        19.8             439,018.82
   3634 Medicare Reimbursements                                   27,271,790.86         25,233,889.55        (7.5)         25,233,889.55
   3636 Inmate Health Care Copayments                                382,058.20            268,497.30       (29.7)            268,497.30
   3638 Vendor Drug Rebates, Medicaid Program–Mandated           387,065,766.66        507,646,091.52        31.2         507,646,091.52
   3639 Premium Credits, Medicaid Program                          7,391,744.12        117,146,296.25     1,484.8         117,146,296.25
   3640 Vendor Drug Rebates–Non–Medicaid Programs                  4,066,096.77          2,163,323.03       (46.8)          2,163,323.03
   3643 Premium Co-payments, Low Income Children                  15,222,373.77         29,697,322.33        95.1          29,697,322.33
   3649 Vendor Drug and HMO Experience Rebates,
          CHIP Program                                            22,285,508.42         18,558,304.16      (16.7)          18,558,304.16
   3685 School Textbook Publisher or Manufacturer Penalty            302,072.77            210,221.23      (30.4)             210,221.23
   3731 Controlled Substance Reimbursement of                      1,056,201.73          1,135,122.64        7.5            1,135,122.64
          Related Costs
   3733 Workers’ Compensation Penalties                              885,809.52          1,029,286.66       16.2            1,029,286.66
   3734 Recoveries from Crime Victims                                870,444.53          1,019,532.92       17.1            1,019,532.92
   3736 Unclaimed Compensation to Crime Victims                    1,017,129.90          1,203,125.18       18.3            1,203,125.18
   3741 Contributions from Public Retirement Systems                  30,494.00                 72.00      (99.8)                  72.00
   3747 Rental–Other                                               3,990,810.88          4,518,792.89       13.2            4,337,432.29
   3755 Commemorative Sales/Gift Shop and Museum
          Revenues                                                 8,538,070.66          7,736,456.08       (9.4)             189,676.97
   3769 Forfeitures                                                2,803,162.43          2,250,748.12      (19.7)           2,245,479.43
   3770 Administrative Penalties                                   3,068,485.16          4,416,152.29       43.9            4,405,152.29
   3773 Insurance and Damages                                      7,095,982.99          5,837,054.67      (17.7)           5,837,054.67
   3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–
          Default Fund                                              5,506,800.07          8,140,643.53      47.8            5,608,109.54
   3782 Repayment of Loans, Political Subdivision                  22,946,196.88         29,411,174.93      28.2           29,411,174.93
   3795 Other Miscellaneous Governmental Revenue                   20,081,911.52          5,830,714.56     (71.0)           5,600,810.84
   3799 Local Account Balances Brought into Treasury                7,108,891.10          3,963,535.94     (44.2)           1,000,000.00
   3802 Reimbursements–Third Party                                308,242,505.18        366,539,820.13      18.9          354,739,719.39
   3803 Reimbursements–Intra-Agency                                 6,559,111.50          6,425,157.81      (2.0)           6,425,157.81
   3805 Subrogation Recoveries                                      1,741,553.77          1,955,834.25      12.3            1,955,834.25
   3806 Rental of Housing to State Employees                        1,488,243.71          1,433,402.70      (3.7)           1,433,402.70
   3840 Veteran Home Programs Payments from Residents              11,416,503.97         13,598,012.78      19.1           13,598,012.78
   3848 Public/Private Revenue Sharing–State Receipts               1,771,239.00          2,325,213.00      31.3            2,325,213.00
   3869 Workers Comp Insurance–Death Benefit to State               1,964,334.16          5,874,230.38     199.0            5,874,230.38
   3876 Unemployment Obligation Assessment                                  0.00        241,987,180.66                              0.00
        TOTAL OTHER MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE                       3,625,772,008.04      4,545,924,663.13      25.4        2,084,232,705.94

39 NET LOTTERY PROCEEDS
   3176 Lottery License Application Fees                              243,320.00            325,375.00      33.7              325,375.00
   3177 Lottery Ticket Sales                                    1,405,226,592.25      1,596,353,747.86      13.6        1,596,353,747.86
   3178 Lottery Security Proceeds                                      84,267.03             84,975.00       0.8               84,975.00
         TOTAL NET LOTTERY PROCEEDS                             1,405,554,179.28      1,596,764,097.86      13.6        1,596,764,097.86

44 GRANTS AND DONATIONS–OTHER
   3508 Higher Education, Indirect Cost Recoveries/Private             7,505.18              6,093.36      (18.8)               6,093.36
   3514 Higher Education, Indirect Cost Recoveries/State           1,135,976.50            199,380.24      (82.4)             199,380.24
   3540 Tax Discount Donation–Student Financial
         Assistance Grants                                            57,669.41              7,535.87      (86.9)               7,535.87
   3738 Grants–Cities/Counties                                     7,730,910.57          4,412,523.40      (42.9)           4,412,523.40
   3739 Grants–Other Political Subdivisions                          280,177.26            748,727.10      167.2              748,727.10
   3740 Gifts/Grants/Donations–Non-Operating
         Revenue/Program Revenue                                  67,081,471.21         68,729,451.39        2.5           68,725,839.09
        TOTAL GRANTS AND DONATIONS–OTHER                          76,293,710.13         74,103,711.36       (2.9)          74,100,099.06

47 FEDERAL RECEIPTS–EARNED CREDITS
   3602 Earned Federal Funds, Food Stamp Recoupment                4,571,770.48          1,424,529.58      (68.8)           1,424,529.58
   3702 Federal Receipts–Earned Credits                           71,333,029.73         22,462,160.97      (68.5)          22,462,160.97
   3726 Federal Receipts–Indirect Cost Recoveries                 23,975,711.24         18,258,369.70      (23.8)          18,258,369.70
        TOTAL FEDERAL RECEIPTS–EARNED CREDITS                     99,880,511.45         42,145,060.25      (57.8)          42,145,060.25



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TABLE 12 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY SOURCE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                   2003                  2004                                 2004
                                                                 Revenue               Revenue             Percentage       Revenue
Source/Object                                                   (All Funds)           (All Funds)           Change      (Excludes Trust)

50 FEDERAL–OTHER
   3001 Federal Receipts Matched–Transportation Programs    $ 2,604,116,089.50    $ 2,776,411,282.83           6.6 % $ 2,776,411,282.83
   3430 Federal Receipts Matched–Parks and Wildlife              34,715,722.34         54,061,575.41          55.7        54,061,575.41
   3500 Federal Receipts Matched–Education Programs               7,786,676.18          6,020,393.08         (22.7)        6,020,393.08
   3501 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Education Programs       2,981,746,272.21      3,456,553,207.92          15.9     3,456,553,207.92
   3550 Federal Receipts Matched–Health Programs                219,556,532.70        155,348,246.17         (29.2)      155,348,246.17
   3551 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Health Programs            852,403,479.52        997,267,109.62          17.0       997,267,109.62
   3600 Federal Receipts Matched–Welfare/MHMR Programs       11,560,307,242.25     11,813,431,246.04           2.2    11,813,431,246.04
   3601 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Welfare/
         MHMR Programs                                          267,391,141.70        292,778,755.57           9.5        292,778,755.57
   3621 Child Support Collections–Federal                        12,877,201.32         17,071,680.59          32.6         17,071,680.59
   3637 Federal Pass-Through Revenue from Medicaid
         Insurance Provider to MHMR                              15,064,178.02         15,886,485.25           5.5          15,886,485.25
   3700 Federal Receipts Matched–Other Programs                 442,974,533.20        676,715,761.65          52.8         676,715,761.65
   3701 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Other Programs           2,539,123,482.58      2,012,870,777.59         (20.7)      1,633,986,727.88
        TOTAL FEDERAL–OTHER                                  21,538,062,551.52     22,274,416,521.72           3.4      21,895,532,472.01

51 SALES OF GOODS AND SERVICES
   3447 Sale of Confiscated Pelts, Marine Life, Vessels,
          Contraband                                                103,214.55             47,554.22         (53.9)             47,554.22
   3448 Parks and Wildlife, Sale of Forfeited Property                8,195.70              7,786.99          (5.0)              7,786.99
   3468 Parks and Wildlife Publication Sales                      1,470,409.03          1,961,754.08          33.4           1,961,754.08
   3469 Parks and Wildlife Publication Royalties and
          Commissions                                               236,572.91             90,976.52         (61.5)            90,976.52
   3532 Sale of Textbooks                                         2,404,957.29          2,029,448.65         (15.6)         2,029,448.65
   3628 Dormitory, Cafeteria and Merchandise Sales               76,554,078.90         79,802,786.09           4.2         79,802,786.09
   3750 Sale of Furniture and Equipment                           6,858,964.30          4,920,040.43         (28.3)         4,919,788.60
   3751 Sale of Buildings                                         2,892,419.95          3,857,805.05          33.4          3,857,805.05
   3752 Sale of Publications/Advertising                         11,901,148.08         10,525,678.13         (11.6)        10,521,037.25
   3754 Other Surplus or Salvage Property/Materials Sales         1,051,674.58          5,772,265.34         448.9          5,772,265.34
   3756 Prison Industries Sales                                  11,643,070.26          8,887,583.29         (23.7)         8,887,583.29
   3759 Telecommunications Service from Local Funds              10,567,314.37         11,873,334.95          12.4         11,873,334.95
   3763 Sale of Operating Supplies                                   20,235.25             46,610.62         130.3             46,610.62
   3766 Supplies/Equipment/Services–Local Funds                  27,979,709.81         49,584,315.18          77.2         49,584,315.18
   3767 Supplies/Equipment/Services–Federal/Other               195,914,154.07        149,200,625.07         (23.8)       149,200,625.07
   3839 Sale of Vehicles, Boats, and Aircraft                        98,120.34            630,237.47         542.3            630,237.47
         TOTAL SALES OF GOODS AND SERVICES                      349,704,239.39        329,238,802.08          (5.9)       329,233,909.37

52 SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS
   3583 Controlled Substances Act Forfeited Money                 8,715,515.36          4,513,574.36         (48.2)         4,513,574.36
   3714 Judgments and Settlements                                 8,164,394.74         13,862,375.51          69.8         12,500,160.62
   3717 Civil Penalties                                           1,131,370.07         11,400,709.53         907.7         11,400,709.53
   3849 Tobacco Suit Settlement Receipts                        718,987,286.80        481,647,365.59         (33.0)       481,647,365.59
         TOTAL SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS                             736,998,566.97        511,424,024.99         (30.6)       510,061,810.10

96 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
   3512 Teacher Retirement Reimbursement from Funds
          Outside Treasury                                       330,221,953.70        366,855,090.96         11.1        178,035,831.64
   3708 Judge’s Retirement Contributions                             267,408.83            142,419.44        (46.7)           142,419.44
   3758 Employee/Other Contributions–Retirement Systems        2,402,904,949.72      2,424,668,369.23          0.9                  0.00
   3761 Insurance Premium Contributions–Other                    774,933,431.06      1,153,981,408.69         48.9                  0.00
        TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                                3,508,327,743.31      3,945,647,288.32         12.5        178,178,251.08

TOTAL NET REVENUE                                            66,509,873,020.19     70,964,658,416.62           6.7      62,073,072,642.53

53 INVESTMENTS
   3810 Sale of Real Estate Investments                             103,680.00                      0.00    (100.0)                  0.00
   3811 Sale of Miscellaneous Short-Term Investments
          and Short-Term Investment Funds                      8,130,774,842.22      8,140,700,764.56          0.1       3,826,725,072.88
   3812 Sale of Miscellaneous Investments–Long-Term                        0.00              8,983.26                                0.00
   3818 Sale of Other Public Obligations–Long-Term                28,182,087.57         30,093,191.51          6.8          30,093,191.51


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TABLE 12 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY SOURCE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                     2003                       2004                                  2004
                                                                   Revenue                    Revenue           Percentage          Revenue
Source/Object                                                     (All Funds)                (All Funds)         Change         (Excludes Trust)

53 INVESTMENTS (concluded)
   3821 Sale of United States Government Obligations–
          Short-Term                                         $     52,692,000.02       $       20,590,000.00       (60.9) % $       20,590,000.00
   3822 Sale of United States Government Obligations–
          Long-Term                                                    500,993.02                 400,000.00       (20.2)                    0.00
        TOTAL INVESTMENTS                                        8,212,253,602.83           8,191,792,939.33        (0.2)        3,877,408,264.39

98 BOND AND NOTE PROCEEDS
   3353 Sale of Veteran’s Bonds                                   100,290,000.00              196,700,000.00     96.1              196,700,000.00
   3354 Water Development Bond Sales                               58,455,445.43              138,475,980.91    136.9              138,475,980.91
   3409 Farm and Ranch Finance Contract Repayments                     16,348.28                   77,861.29    376.3                   77,861.29
   3416 Sale of Agricultural Finance Authority Bonds/Notes          1,995,580.56                        0.00   (100.0)                       0.00
   3515 College Student Loan Bond Sales                           177,682,297.78                 (301,569.76)  (100.2)                (301,569.76)
   3742 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes                         74,377,250.00           14,117,079,262.26 18,880.4           14,117,079,262.26
   3743 Texas Water Development Board–State Revolving
          Fund Pass Through                                                26.27                        0.00     (100.0)                     0.00
   3744 Sale of Public Building Bonds                             112,771,040.48                   (1,072.00)    (100.0)                (1,072.00)
   3807 Issuance of Commercial Paper                               76,924,936.82               50,142,000.00      (34.8)            50,142,000.00
   3870 Bond Proceeds for Advanced Refunding                                0.00              125,000,000.00                                 0.00
   3880 Sale of General Obligation/Revenue Bonds                            0.00            1,396,339,724.67                     1,383,467,629.36
        TOTAL BOND AND NOTE PROCEEDS                              602,512,925.62           16,023,512,187.37     2,559.4        15,885,640,092.06

99 INTERFUND TRANSFERS/OTHER TRANSACTIONS
   3224 State Employees–Cafeteria Plan (Reimbursement
          Premiums and Administrative Fees)                         33,422,042.47              42,328,991.48       26.6                     0.00
   3672 Protest Funds–City, County, MTA and SPD Taxes               (7,716,581.27)                      0.00      100.0                     0.00
   3725 State Grants, Pass-Through Revenue, Non-Operating          345,111,551.13             303,496,025.37      (12.1)          303,496,025.37
   3729 State Contributions–Retirement Systems                     310,339,882.06             289,117,741.97       (6.8)                    0.00
   3760 Insurance Premium Contributions–State                    1,236,735,417.99           1,180,709,661.29       (4.5)                   32.00
   3762 Central Supply Store Receipts                                2,211,908.94                 196,385.14      (91.1)              196,385.14
   3765 Interagency Sale of Supplies/Equipment/Services             57,918,663.54             257,894,350.54      345.3           257,757,773.28
   3779 Repayment of Imprest Advances                                    3,000.00                   5,500.00       83.3                 5,500.00
   3780 Repayment of Travel Advances                                    72,974.56                 115,300.00       58.0               111,000.00
   3781 Repayment of Petty Cash Advances                                69,351.41                  22,319.91      (67.8)               22,319.91
   3786 Repayment of Loans to Other State Agencies               1,042,711,568.85             149,146,877.21      (85.7)            3,119,960.53
   3788 Default Deposit Adjustments–Suspense                         4,589,099.70              (1,829,600.63)    (139.9)           (1,829,600.63)
   3789 Returned Checks–Default Fund                                    98,595.92                 (41,648.23)    (142.2)              (41,648.23)
   3790 Deposit to Trust or Suspense                             5,173,398,127.00           5,784,461,096.45       11.8               837,247.22
   3791 Deposit of Cash Bonds to Secure Liability                    3,089,086.10               1,347,803.94      (56.4)                8,693.30
   3792 Deposit to U.S. Savings Bond Account                         2,194,797.74               3,432,072.01       56.4                   (99.61)
   3794 Deposit to Trust From Fuels Tax Collections–IFTA            15,000,000.00              11,500,000.00      (23.3)                    0.00
   3842 State Grants, Pass-Through Revenue, Operating               12,570,465.68              73,750,538.76      486.7            73,750,538.76
   3901 Allocations from Fund 0001 to Funds 0002, 0006,
          0057–Motor Fuel Tax                                    2,760,032,487.70           2,890,571,742.92         4.7         2,890,571,742.92
   3902 Allocations from Fund 0001 to Fund 0001
          Unappropriated–Motor Fuel Tax                            24,563,044.43               24,552,872.72        (0.0)           24,552,872.72
   3905 Allocations from Fund 0001 (Mixed Beverage Tax)
          to Unappropriated GR                                    318,870,253.66             337,089,497.23          5.7          337,089,497.23
   3910 Allocation from Permanent Education Funds to
          Available Education Funds                                             0.00         912,068,049.53                       912,068,049.53
   3911 Allocations from Fund 0001 to GR Account–
          Foundation School 0193                                  700,969,627.21             823,566,151.52        17.5           823,566,151.52
   3915 Allocations from Fund 0001 (Mixed Beverage Tax)
          to Unappropriated GR                                    (318,870,253.66)           (337,089,497.23)       (5.7)         (337,089,497.23)
   3917 Allocations from Fund 0001 to                            1,245,365,574.01           1,281,628,801.30         2.9               449,614.06
          TRS 0960/0989/5031
   3922 Transfer from GR Account–Lottery 5025 to GR
          Account–Foundation School 0193                          888,192,470.80            1,003,336,284.36       13.0          1,003,336,284.36
   3924 Allocations from Fund 0001 (Sporting Goods) to
          GR Accounts (P&W)                                         32,000,000.00              32,000,000.00         0.0            32,000,000.00
   3930 Trust Clearance–City Sales Tax Service Fee                 (54,186,133.47)            (58,134,028.97)       (7.3)                    0.00
   3931 Trust Clearance–County Sales Tax Service Fee                (4,591,292.56)             (4,927,673.81)       (7.3)                    0.00
   3932 Trust Clearance–MTA Sales Tax Service Fee                  (18,921,216.91)            (19,970,410.12)       (5.5)                    0.00
   3933 Trust Clearance–SPD Sales Tax Service Fee                   (2,188,073.76)             (2,297,629.46)       (5.0)                    0.00

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TABLE 12 (concluded)
NET REVENUE BY SOURCE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                     2003                     2004                                   2004
                                                                   Revenue                  Revenue             Percentage         Revenue
Source/Object                                                     (All Funds)              (All Funds)           Change        (Excludes Trust)

99 INTERFUND TRANSFERS/OTHER
    TRANSACTIONS (concluded)
   3940 Transfer from Fund 0001 to GR Account–Hotel
          Occupancy Tax 5003                                $       19,071,953.95    $      19,709,811.75            3.3 % $      19,709,811.75
   3941 Transfer from Fund 0001 to GR Account–
          Foundation School 0193                                 6,133,925,125.49         5,960,264,269.06          (2.8)       5,960,264,269.06
   3947 State Office of Risk Management Assessments                100,972,503.19            73,519,832.63         (27.2)          73,519,832.63
   3950 Allocations from Special Funds–U.B. to Fund 0001
          or Other Funds as Directed                               35,495,982.43            21,169,557.87          (40.4)         21,169,557.87
   3952 Transfer of Disproportionate Share Funds to
          Unappropriated GR                                       273,645,195.04           352,757,510.74          28.9          352,757,510.74
   3953 Statewide Cost Allocation Plan Reimbursements
          to GR                                                    26,377,955.74            24,918,314.46          (5.5)          24,918,314.46
   3955 Allocations from ASF 0002 to Textbook Fund 0003            95,926,450.00           349,014,682.04         263.8          349,014,682.04
   3957 Excess Priority Allocations from Fund 0001 to
          GR Account–Foundation School 0193                      1,691,575,665.13         1,594,945,896.78          (5.7)       1,594,945,896.78
   3958 Excess Priority Allocations from Fund 0001 to
          GR 0001                                                 411,333,216.41           875,752,557.78         112.9          875,752,557.78
   3959 Allocations from Fund 0001 to Fund 0001
          (Motorboat Refunds)                                      21,285,000.00            21,385,000.04            0.5          21,385,000.04
   3960 Allocations from Fund 0001 to Fund 0001
          (Other Off-Road Refunds)                                  4,930,000.00             4,951,999.96            0.4           4,951,999.96
   3961 STS (TEX-AN) Transfers to General Revenue 0001             58,192,375.33            51,250,716.86          (11.9)         51,250,716.86
   3962 Capitol Complex Transfers to General Revenue 0001           5,708,840.51             6,338,853.25           11.0           6,338,853.25
   3963 Transfers to Health Department and Unappropriated
          GR from Lottery Unclaimed Prizes                         66,993,269.00            40,799,095.45          (39.1)         40,799,095.45
   3964 Master Lease Disbursements/Receipts                        23,290,320.71            14,749,371.92          (36.7)         14,749,371.92
   3965 Cash Transfers between Funds or Accounts–
          Medicaid Only                                          8,660,475,736.80         2,587,737,038.40         (70.1)       2,587,737,038.40
   3967 Earned Federal Funds, Revenue Transfers from
          Unappropriated to Appropriated                              (176,789.59)             (269,199.66)        (52.3)            (269,199.66)
   3968 Other Cash Transfers Within Agency, Fund or
          Account and Fiscal Year                                2,005,882,574.38         1,335,815,792.17         (33.4)        485,438,047.97
   3969 Operating Transfers In–Other Agency 902
          Transactions                                           1,750,479,358.03         1,903,818,037.33           8.8        1,901,979,753.33
   3970 Revenue and Expenditure Adjustments Within an
          Agency, Fund or Account and Fiscal Year                    1,484,865.64          (123,653,798.50)     (8,427.6)           1,664,303.91
   3971 Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency Non-
          Operating for General, Budgeted                        4,439,098,976.86         4,281,760,622.24         (3.5)        4,281,760,622.24
   3972 Other Cash Transfers Between Funds or Accounts          21,503,494,683.16        25,560,205,291.53         18.9        16,336,641,070.64
   3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account
          Between Agencies                                       2,936,125,391.34         1,666,260,455.83        (43.2)        1,534,208,839.16
   3974 Federal Funds Unexpended Cash Balance Forward                  367,000.15              (512,192.98)      (239.6)             (512,192.98)
   3975 Unexpended Cash Balance Forward                                518,742.44               (23,724.25)      (104.6)                1,275.75
   3976 Earned Federal Funds Unexpended Cash Balance
          Forward                                                     (347,083.98)                       0.00     100.0                     0.00
   3978 Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency
          Operating for General, Budgeted                              29,015.26                     0.00        (100.0)                   0.00
   3980 Operating Account Transfers                               198,687,621.98           137,594,469.53         (30.7)         137,594,469.53
   3982 Allocations from Federal Grants for O.A.S.I./
          Retirement/Benefits                                        3,068,704.74             3,323,519.39           8.3            3,323,519.39
   3985 Workers Compensation Payments Transfers–
          Special Funds to General Revenue                              62,900.78                     0.00       (100.0)                    0.00
   3986 Unexpended Balance Forward–Operating Transfers             795,002,791.64         1,135,585,473.57         42.8         1,055,010,458.76
   3991 Residual Equity Cash Transfers In                            6,489,056.83            50,888,286.82        684.2            27,200,736.73
   3992 Clearance from Trust or Suspense                          (791,286,744.60)         (880,523,809.17)       (11.3)                    0.00
   3996 Direct Deposit Transfers                                   116,922,095.39           116,423,831.11         (0.4)                    0.00
         TOTAL INTERFUND TRANSFERS/
          OTHER TRANSACTIONS                                    64,398,159,189.45        62,164,005,139.15          (3.5)      44,087,285,055.91

   TOTAL NET REVENUE, INVESTMENTS, BOND & NOTE
    PROCEEDS, AND INTERFUND TRANSFERS/
    OTHER TRANSACTIONS                                      $139,722,798,738.09      $157,343,968,682.47           12.6 % $125,923,406,054.89



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TABLE 13
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31


This table shows revenue for the prior and current fiscal year by object code within category and type. Current year
revenues are also presented net of trust funds.

The category represents a homogenous grouping of revenues collected by the state. The category typically translates
to the function of government. Within each category, revenues can be further grouped using the receipt type.
                                                                      2003                    2004                               2004
                                                                    Revenue                 Revenue           Percentage       Revenue
Category/Type                                                      (All Funds)             (All Funds)         Change      (Excludes Trust)

01 TRANSPORTATION
   01 TAXES
      3003 Motor Vehicles Sales and Use Tax–Motor Carriers    $         129,939.61    $         280,848.01     116.1 % $       280,848.01
      3004 Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax                        2,452,086,260.56        2,493,613,958.39       1.7     2,493,613,958.39
      3005 Motor Vehicle Rental Tax                                 149,118,366.03          151,466,448.89       1.6       151,466,448.89
      3007 Gasoline Tax                                           2,226,648,721.26        2,272,227,269.62       2.0     2,272,227,269.62
      3008 Diesel Fuel Tax                                          610,555,895.77          643,893,545.25       5.5       643,893,545.25
      3009 Liquefied Gas Tax                                          1,572,057.17            1,586,076.23       0.9         1,586,076.23
      3010 Motor Fuel Lubricants Sales Tax                           30,942,000.00           31,735,000.00       2.6        31,735,000.00
      3016 Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax–Seller
             Financed Motor Vehicles                                 79,069,187.15           82,422,789.98        4.2         82,422,789.98
      3651 Protest Funds–Diesel Fuel Taxes                                   21.00                  (21.00)    (200.0)               (21.00)
      3667 Protest Funds–Motor Vehicle Sales Taxes                      (22,000.00)                   0.00      100.0                  0.00
            TOTAL TAXES                                           5,550,100,448.55        5,677,225,915.37        2.3      5,677,225,915.37

   10 BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES
      3030 Commercial Driver Training School Fees                    2,153,610.94            2,456,382.20        14.1          2,456,382.20
      3034 LPG Delivery Fees                                         2,359,832.92            2,112,983.74       (10.5)         2,112,983.74
      3035 Commercial Transportation Fees                           17,707,393.03           17,342,542.53        (2.1)        17,342,542.53
      3080 Petroleum Product Delivery Fees                          88,757,990.85           73,895,891.73       (16.7)        73,895,891.73
           TOTAL BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES                        110,978,827.74           95,807,800.20       (13.7)        95,807,800.20

   20 NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES AND PERMITS
      3012 Motor Vehicle Certificates                               50,295,998.24          149,693,551.91      197.6         149,693,551.91
      3014 Motor Vehicle Registration Fees                         803,328,900.92          859,736,294.96        7.0         859,736,294.96
      3018 Special Vehicle Registrations                            31,597,652.04           34,374,405.57        8.8          34,374,405.57
      3020 Motor Vehicle Inspection Fees                           126,308,021.86          136,158,645.59        7.8         136,158,645.59
      3023 Inspection Fees–Salvage to Regular Title                  3,415,051.85                6,780.00      (99.8)              6,780.00
      3025 Driver License Fees                                      95,718,223.09           96,182,888.63        0.5          96,182,888.63
      3026 Voluntary Driver License Fee for Blindness,
             Screening and Treatment                                   556,585.00              350,110.60       (37.1)           350,110.60
      3031 Automobile Clubs Registration                                37,235.00               33,315.00       (10.5)            33,315.00
      3041 Voluntary Driver License Fee for Anatomical Gift
             Education                                                 336,566.00              278,334.00       (17.3)           278,334.00
      3052 Highway Beautification Fees                                 649,393.60              613,774.75        (5.5)           613,774.75
      3053 Outdoor Signs on Rural Roads                                202,872.82              241,665.29        19.1            241,665.29
           TOTAL NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES
             AND PERMITS                                          1,112,446,500.42        1,277,669,766.30       14.9      1,277,669,766.30

   25 VIOLATIONS, FINES, AND PENALTIES
      3050 Abandoned Motor Vehicles                                     14,564.20                15,968.50        9.6             15,968.50
      3055 Excess Fines from Speeding Violations                       108,432.84               136,833.72       26.2            136,833.72
      3056 Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Violations            7,019,799.17             6,950,274.16       (1.0)         6,950,274.16
      3057 Motor Carrier Act Penalties                               1,252,891.00             1,832,356.16       46.3          1,832,356.16
           TOTAL VIOLATIONS, FINES, AND PENALTIES                    8,395,687.21             8,935,432.54        6.4          8,935,432.54

   30 STATE SERVICE FEES
      3015 Motor Fuel Mixture Testing Fee                              450,833.59              512,444.25        13.7            512,444.25
      3022 Assigned Vehicle Identification Number Fees                   6,006.00                5,840.00        (2.8)             5,840.00
      3027 Driver Record Information Fees                           50,993,450.18           51,523,991.26         1.0         51,523,991.26
      3029 Motorcycle Education Course                                  17,115.49               22,039.07        28.8             22,039.07
      3032 School Fund Benefit Fee on Diesel Fuel                      311,185.38              370,979.89        19.2            370,979.89
      3038 Motor Carriers–Proof of Insurance Filing Fee              1,447,263.22            1,549,405.43         7.1          1,549,405.43



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TABLE 13 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                       2003                     2004                                2004
                                                                     Revenue                  Revenue           Percentage        Revenue
Category/Type                                                       (All Funds)              (All Funds)         Change       (Excludes Trust)

01 TRANSPORTATION (concluded)
   30 STATE SERVICE FEES (concluded)
      3045 Railroad Commission Service Fees                   $            1,316.74    $            1,780.10       35.2 % $            1,780.10
      3062 Rail Safety Program Fees                                            0.00             1,309,154.00                       1,309,154.00
            TOTAL STATE SERVICE FEES                                  53,227,170.60            55,295,634.00        3.9           55,295,634.00

   60 FEDERAL RECEIPTS
      3001 Federal Receipts Matched–Transportation Programs        2,604,116,089.50         2,776,411,282.83        6.6        2,776,411,282.83
           TOTAL FEDERAL RECEIPTS                                  2,604,116,089.50         2,776,411,282.83        6.6        2,776,411,282.83

   90 OTHER RECEIPTS
      3042 Motor Vehicle Assessment–Young Farmer Program                873,410.00               884,494.00         1.3             884,494.00
           TOTAL OTHER RECEIPTS                                         873,410.00               884,494.00         1.3             884,494.00

   TOTAL TRANSPORTATION                                            9,440,138,134.02         9,892,230,325.24        4.8        9,892,230,325.24

02 PERSONAL PROPERTY
   01 TAXES
      3100 Interest on Retail Credit Sales                               833,079.03               927,637.35       11.4              927,637.35
      3101 Prepayments of Limited Sales and Use Tax                4,689,430,460.34         5,052,073,993.35        7.7        5,052,073,993.35
      3102 Limited Sales and Use Tax                               9,532,676,880.02        10,276,801,806.56        7.8       10,276,801,806.56
      3103 Limited Sales and Use Tax–State                            13,375,607.97            13,351,568.05       (0.2)          13,351,568.05
      3104 Manufactured Housing Sales and Use Tax                     13,061,594.38            12,503,912.24       (4.3)          12,503,912.24
      3105 Discounts for Sales Tax–State Agencies and                     47,910.81                47,099.53       (1.7)              47,099.53
             Higher Education
      3110 Inheritance Tax                                          188,460,228.93           151,131,249.02      (19.8)         151,131,249.02
      3111 Boat and Boat Motor Sales and Use Tax                     43,126,656.14            48,923,115.91       13.4           48,923,115.91
      3127 Fireworks Tax                                                825,855.44               912,592.65       10.5              912,592.65
      3658 Protest Funds–State Sales and Use Taxes                  (26,278,033.75)                    0.00      100.0                    0.00
      3665 Protest Funds–Inheritance Taxes                           (1,616,018.00)                    0.00      100.0                    0.00
      3798 Tax Refund for Economic Development, Reinvest-
             ment Zone/Abatement Agreement–Sales Tax                  (7,694,104.00)           (7,616,555.68)       1.0           (7,616,555.68)
            TOTAL TAXES                                           14,446,250,117.31        15,549,056,418.98        7.6       15,549,056,418.98

   10 BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES
      3123 Volatile Chemical Sales Permit                               383,612.17               435,840.57        13.6             435,840.57
           TOTAL BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES                             383,612.17               435,840.57        13.6             435,840.57

   20 NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES AND PERMITS
      3120 Property Rights Claims                                            200.00                   225.00       12.5                  225.00
      3126 Concealed Handgun Fees                                      6,524,488.95             6,165,885.48       (5.5)           6,165,885.48
           TOTAL NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES
             AND PERMITS                                               6,524,688.95             6,166,110.48       (5.5)           6,166,110.48

   30 STATE SERVICE FEES
      3106 City Sales Tax Service Fee                                 54,186,133.47            58,134,028.97        7.3           58,134,028.97
      3107 Local MTA Sales Tax Service Fee                            18,921,216.91            19,970,410.12        5.5           19,970,410.12
      3108 County Sales Tax Service Fee                                4,591,292.56             4,927,673.81        7.3            4,927,673.81
      3109 Local SPD Sales Tax Service Fee                             2,188,073.76             2,297,629.46        5.0            2,297,629.46
            TOTAL STATE SERVICE FEES                                  79,886,716.70            85,329,742.36        6.8           85,329,742.36

   90 OTHER RECEIPTS
      3114 Escheated Estates                                        218,934,374.68           249,672,558.19        14.0         249,672,558.19
           TOTAL OTHER RECEIPTS                                     218,934,374.68           249,672,558.19        14.0         249,672,558.19

   TOTAL PERSONAL PROPERTY                                        14,751,979,509.81        15,890,660,670.58        7.7       15,890,660,670.58




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TABLE 13 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                      2003                2004                              2004
                                                                    Revenue             Revenue          Percentage       Revenue
Category/Type                                                      (All Funds)         (All Funds)        Change      (Excludes Trust)

03 BUSINESS REGULATION
   01 TAXES
      3131 Franchise Tax                                       $ 1,736,611,961.52 $ 1,837,381,562.24         5.8 % $ 1,837,381,562.24
      3135 Occupation Tax                                           10,999,880.23      11,354,026.09         3.2        11,354,026.09
      3138 Discounts for Hotel Occupancy Tax                             1,103.62           1,040.57        (5.7)            1,040.57
      3139 Hotel and Motel Tax                                     227,898,300.56     238,860,623.34         4.8       238,860,623.34
      3146 Boxing Admissions Tax                                       116,807.54         196,961.44        68.6           196,961.44
      3150 Coin-Operated Amusement Machine Tax                       9,098,325.93       8,240,099.62        (9.4)        8,240,099.62
      3156 Bingo Tax–State                                              15,962.26               0.00      (100.0)                0.00
      3166 Bingo Rental Tax                                          1,109,203.92       1,151,447.70         3.8         1,151,447.70
      3653 Protest Funds–Franchise Taxes                           (17,705,587.93)              0.00       100.0                 0.00
      3804 Tax Refund for Economic Development, Reinvest-
             ment Zone/Abatement Agreement–Franchise Tax            (2,305,896.00)      (2,367,610.17)      (2.7)        (2,367,610.17)
            TOTAL TAXES                                          1,965,840,061.65    2,094,818,150.83        6.6      2,094,818,150.83

   10 BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES
      3141 Bedding Permit Fees                                         537,505.52          563,282.42       4.8             563,282.42
      3143 Industrial Alcohol Manufacture                                  200.00              400.00     100.0                 400.00
      3147 Boxing and Wrestling Licenses                               169,487.00          138,865.00     (18.1)            138,865.00
      3151 Coin-Operated Machine Business License Fee                  710,888.03          747,546.99       5.2             747,546.99
      3152 Bingo Operators/Lessors                                   2,931,587.66        2,948,472.87       0.6           2,948,472.87
      3153 Bingo Equipment                                              67,500.00           69,025.00       2.3              69,025.00
      3160 Manufactured and Industrialized Housing
             Registration License Fees                               1,128,557.00        1,171,624.33        3.8          1,171,624.33
      3170 Bingo Prize Fees                                         20,189,279.08       21,738,004.87        7.7         21,738,004.87
      3171 Professional Fees, H.B. 11 and H.B. 3442, General
             Revenue Increase                                       66,435,365.67       70,549,246.66        6.2         70,549,246.66
      3172 Financial Institution Regulation                         16,800,422.94       19,646,238.28       16.9         19,646,238.28
      3173 Credit Service and Charitable Organizations
             Registration                                                5,900.00            7,600.00       28.8              7,600.00
      3174 Unlicensed Creditors Registration                           380,465.00          271,902.00      (28.5)           271,902.00
      3175 Professional Fees                                       129,562,028.70      177,887,511.05       37.3        164,841,854.03
      3188 Race Track Licenses–Horse                                 1,067,580.97        1,149,711.33        7.7          1,149,711.33
      3189 Racing and Wagering Licenses                                654,022.80          686,556.97        5.0            686,556.97
      3190 Race Track Licenses–Greyhound                               816,438.62          816,751.43        0.0            816,751.43
      3191 Race Track Application Fees–Horse                                 0.00           40,000.00                        40,000.00
      3195 Additional Legal Services Fees                                    0.00        3,323,955.74                     3,323,955.74
      3196 Racing Pool–State Share–Greyhound (Simulcast
             Pari-Mutuel)                                              976,190.57          917,970.26       (6.0)           917,970.26
      3200 Racing Pool–State Share–Horse (Simulcast
             Pari-Mutuel)                                            3,787,768.15        3,737,928.98       (1.3)         3,737,928.98
           TOTAL BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES                        246,221,187.71      306,412,594.18       24.4        293,366,937.16

   20 NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES AND PERMITS
      3159 Manufactured Housing Certificate of Title                 3,533,333.28        5,360,167.12       51.7          5,360,167.12
           TOTAL NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES
            AND PERMITS                                              3,533,333.28        5,360,167.12       51.7          5,360,167.12

   30 STATE SERVICE FEES
      3133 General Business Filing Fees                             52,461,808.07       58,904,933.54       12.3         58,904,933.54
      3142 Food Service Worker Training                                483,348.00          341,259.86      (29.4)           341,259.86
      3144 Animal Shelter Personnel Training                                 0.00           25,750.00                        25,750.00
      3149 Amusement Ride Inspection                                    66,680.00           66,825.00        0.2             66,825.00
      3154 Bingo Tax Service Fees                                        5,721.28                0.00     (100.0)                 0.00
      3157 Loan Administration Fees                                    313,579.50          264,283.30      (15.7)           264,283.30
      3158 Manufactured Housing Training Fees                           58,426.50           76,845.00       31.5             76,845.00
      3161 Manufactured and Industrialized Housing
             Inspection Fees                                         1,329,584.23        1,637,276.59       23.1          1,637,276.59
      3164 Boiler Inspection Fees                                    2,147,022.45        1,980,756.84       (7.7)         1,980,756.84
      3180 Health Regulation Fees                                    4,231,266.36        1,969,017.26      (53.5)         1,943,956.91




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TABLE 13 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                     2003                    2004                                 2004
                                                                   Revenue                 Revenue           Percentage         Revenue
Category/Type                                                     (All Funds)             (All Funds)         Change        (Excludes Trust)

03 BUSINESS REGULATION (concluded)
   30 STATE SERVICE FEES (concluded)
      3563 Equalization Surcharges, 9-1-1 Emergencies        $     13,915,623.12     $     11,595,479.40       (16.7) % $      11,595,479.40
      3647 9-1-1 Emergency Services Fees                           82,510,646.02           89,335,915.38         8.3           47,918,312.97
            TOTAL STATE SERVICE FEES                              157,523,705.53          166,198,342.17         5.5          124,755,679.41

   45 LOTTERY PROCEEDS
      3176 Lottery License Application Fees                            243,320.00              325,375.00       33.7              325,375.00
      3177 Lottery Ticket Sales                                  1,405,226,592.25        1,596,353,747.86       13.6        1,596,353,747.86
      3178 Lottery Security Proceeds                                    84,267.03               84,975.00        0.8               84,975.00
           TOTAL LOTTERY PROCEEDS                                1,405,554,179.28        1,596,764,097.86       13.6        1,596,764,097.86

   90 OTHER RECEIPTS
      3163 Penalties for Manufactured Housing Violations               97,699.99               74,100.00       (24.2)               74,100.00
           TOTAL OTHER RECEIPTS                                        97,699.99               74,100.00       (24.2)               74,100.00

   TOTAL BUSINESS REGULATION                                     3,778,770,167.44        4,169,627,452.16       10.3        4,115,139,132.38

04 INSURANCE
   01 TAXES
      3201 Insurance Premium Tax                                 1,059,262,595.32        1,098,071,568.23        3.7        1,098,071,568.23
      3203 Insurance Maintenance Tax                                55,755,187.17           34,229,776.77      (38.6)          34,229,776.77
      3214 Insurance Maintenance Tax/Fee Collections–
             Comptroller                                            (5,654,330.76)          (1,802,575.51)      68.1            (1,802,575.51)
      3219 Workers’ Compensation Commission,
             Maintenance Tax                                       74,187,661.08           54,637,981.48       (26.4)          54,637,981.48
      3220 Workers’ Compensation Research
             Maintenance Tax                                         1,878,672.86              23,219.30       (98.8)               23,219.30
      3654 Protest Funds–Insurance Companies Premium
             Taxes                                                 (13,849,259.94)           (237,759.73)       98.3             (237,759.73)
      3671 Protest Funds–Insurance Maintenance Tax/Fees
             and Workers’ Compensation Surcharge                    (2,518,531.64)                   0.00     100.0                     0.00
            TOTAL TAXES                                          1,169,061,994.09        1,184,922,210.54       1.4         1,184,922,210.54

   10 BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES
      3205 Property and Casualty, Title and Other Insurer
             Assessment                                             1,796,215.57            1,789,326.16        (0.4)           1,789,326.16
      3206 Insurance Companies Fees                                15,698,688.87           15,297,877.40        (2.6)          15,297,877.40
      3208 Insurance Assessments for Volunteer Fire
             Departments                                           14,235,523.58           15,073,298.87         5.9           15,073,298.87
      3210 Insurance Agents Licenses                               10,788,937.83           12,115,148.25        12.3           12,115,148.25
      3211 Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission Self-
             Insurance Application Fees                                  1,000.00               3,000.00      200.0                  3,000.00
      3212 Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission Self-
             Insurance Regulatory Fees                              1,192,239.82              806,849.71       (32.3)             806,849.71
           TOTAL BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES                        43,712,605.67           45,085,500.39         3.1           45,085,500.39

   25 VIOLATIONS, FINES, AND PENALTIES
      3222 Insurance Money Penalty in Lieu of Suspension
             or Cancellation                                         1,212,843.21           2,482,457.05      104.7             2,482,457.05
           TOTAL VIOLATIONS, FINES, AND PENALTIES                    1,212,843.21           2,482,457.05      104.7             2,482,457.05

   30 STATE SERVICE FEES
      3213 Catastrophe Property Insurance Pool Fees                    16,180.00                7,882.00       (51.3)               7,882.00
      3215 Insurance Department Fees–Miscellaneous                  6,383,800.61            8,803,384.82        37.9            8,803,384.82
      3216 Insurance Department Examination and Audit Fees         16,195,202.16           15,049,216.33        (7.1)          15,049,216.33
      3217 Prepaid Funeral Contract Audit                             600,636.91              679,411.84        13.1              679,411.84
            TOTAL STATE SERVICE FEES                               23,195,819.68           24,539,894.99         5.8           24,539,894.99

   TOTAL INSURANCE                                               1,237,183,262.65        1,257,030,062.97        1.6        1,257,030,062.97



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TABLE 13 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                      2003                  2004                              2004
                                                                    Revenue               Revenue         Percentage        Revenue
Category/Type                                                      (All Funds)           (All Funds)       Change       (Excludes Trust)

05 UTILITIES
   01 TAXES
      3230 Public Utility Gross Receipts Assessment            $    41,347,433.24    $    41,557,365.17       0.5 % $      41,557,365.17
      3233 Gas, Electric and Water Utility Tax                     281,761,154.76        308,667,270.19       9.5         308,667,270.19
      3234 Gas Utility Pipeline Tax                                  5,798,587.94          6,020,517.04       3.8           6,020,517.04
      3669 Protest Funds–Public Utility Gross Receipts
              Assessment                                                (1,767.79)                 0.00    100.0                    0.00
             TOTAL TAXES                                           328,905,408.15        356,245,152.40      8.3          356,245,152.40

   10 BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES
      3236 Automatic Dial Announcing Devices                             4,750.00              5,265.00      10.8               5,265.00
      3239 Telecommunications Utility Fees                           2,027,336.00          1,737,439.00     (14.3)          1,737,439.00
      3246 Compressed Natural Gas Licenses                               8,855.00             10,370.00      17.1              10,370.00
           TOTAL BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES                          2,040,941.00          1,753,074.00     (14.1)          1,753,074.00

   30 STATE SERVICE FEES
      3238 Telecommunications Utility/Commercial Mobile
             Service Provider Assessments                          200,678,893.18        200,311,436.55      (0.2)        200,311,436.55
      3242 Water/Sewer Utility Service Regulatory
             Assessments/Penalties                                   4,418,000.68          4,772,611.19       8.0           4,772,611.19
      3244 Non-Bypassable Utility Fee                              135,311,560.80        133,882,991.06      (1.1)        133,882,991.06
      3245 Compressed Natural Gas Training and
             Examinations                                                4,415.00              1,160.00     (73.7)              1,160.00
            TOTAL STATE SERVICE FEES                               340,412,869.66        338,968,198.80      (0.4)        338,968,198.80

   TOTAL UTILITIES                                                 671,359,218.81        696,966,425.20       3.8         696,966,425.20

06 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
   01 TAXES
      3250 Mixed Beverage Tax                                      403,284,290.01        433,839,587.92       7.6         433,839,587.92
      3253 Liquor Tax                                               50,271,416.25         52,594,598.24       4.6          52,594,598.24
      3254 Airline/Passenger Train Beverage Tax                        418,581.24            343,507.05     (17.9)            343,507.05
      3258 Beer Tax                                                101,877,426.83        102,374,600.07       0.5         102,374,600.07
      3259 Wine Tax                                                  7,327,216.09          7,836,114.06       6.9           7,836,114.06
      3265 Malt Liquor (Ale) Tax                                     4,617,542.60          4,851,097.63       5.1           4,851,097.63
            TOTAL TAXES                                            567,796,473.02        601,839,504.97       6.0         601,839,504.97

   10 BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES
      3256 Liquor Permit Fees                                       18,449,004.63         19,137,249.27       3.7          19,137,249.27
      3257 License/Permit Surcharges–General                         9,555,225.00         10,478,270.95       9.7          10,478,270.95
      3261 Wine and Beer Permit Fees                                 4,070,406.31          4,217,327.68       3.6           4,217,327.68
      3263 Brew Pub Licenses                                             8,400.00             10,100.00      20.2              10,100.00
      3272 Alcoholic Beverage Seller Training Programs                 434,143.00            421,958.00      (2.8)            421,958.00
      3273 Alcoholic Beverage Samples and Labels Certificate
             of Approval                                               305,350.00            314,850.00       3.1             314,850.00
      3274 Alcoholic Beverage Commission
             Administrative Fees                                        59,227.00             84,950.00      43.4              84,950.00
           TOTAL BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES                         32,881,755.94         34,664,705.90       5.4          34,664,705.90

   25 VIOLATIONS, FINES, AND PENALTIES
      3268 Alcoholic Beverage Code Money Penalty in Lieu
             of Cancellation or Suspension                           2,821,616.96          2,610,700.00      (7.5)          2,610,700.00
           TOTAL VIOLATIONS, FINES, AND PENALTIES                    2,821,616.96          2,610,700.00      (7.5)          2,610,700.00

   30 STATE SERVICE FEES
      3271 Alcoholic Beverage Import Fee                             1,129,277.36          1,323,874.24      17.2           1,323,874.24
            TOTAL STATE SERVICE FEES                                 1,129,277.36          1,323,874.24      17.2           1,323,874.24




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TABLE 13 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                      2003                   2004                               2004
                                                                    Revenue                Revenue          Percentage        Revenue
Category/Type                                                      (All Funds)            (All Funds)        Change       (Excludes Trust)

06 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES (concluded)
   90 Other Receipts
      3269 Sale of Confiscated Alcoholic Beverages            $         39,447.23    $         48,950.51       24.1 % $           48,950.51
            TOTAL OTHER RECEIPTS                                        39,447.23              48,950.51       24.1               48,950.51

   TOTAL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES                                       604,668,570.51         640,487,735.62        5.9         640,487,735.62

07 TOBACCO
   01 TAXES
      3275 Cigarette Tax, Penalty and Interest                     524,882,608.81         449,636,873.28     (14.3)         449,636,873.28
      3278 Cigar and Tobacco Products Tax                           57,834,345.47          84,940,251.62      46.9           84,940,251.62
      3650 Protest Funds–Cigarette Taxes                                (4,717.92)                  0.00     100.0                    0.00
            TOTAL TAXES                                            582,712,236.36         534,577,124.90      (8.3)         534,577,124.90

   10 BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES
      3282 Cigarette, Cigar and Tobacco Combination Permits            352,892.49           5,781,974.55    1,538.5           5,781,974.55
           TOTAL BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES                            352,892.49           5,781,974.55    1,538.5           5,781,974.55

   25 VIOLATIONS, FINES, AND PENALTIES
      3280 Tobacco Product Related Fines                                56,161.13              78,389.39       39.6               78,389.39
           TOTAL VIOLATIONS, FINES, AND PENALTIES                       56,161.13              78,389.39       39.6               78,389.39

   TOTAL TOBACCO                                                   583,121,289.98         540,437,488.84       (7.3)        540,437,488.84

08 NATURAL RESOURCES
   01 TAXES
      3136 Cement Tax                                                 7,702,095.66           8,279,965.67       7.5           8,279,965.67
      3290 Oil Production Tax                                       422,879,072.23         495,443,284.06      17.2         495,443,284.06
      3291 Natural and Casinghead Gas Tax                         1,069,864,123.31       1,392,436,141.63      30.2       1,392,436,141.63
      3295 Oil and Gas Regulation Tax                                   708,034.01             668,115.45      (5.6)            668,115.45
      3296 Oil and Gas Well Servicing Tax                            11,899,129.21          14,627,019.78      22.9          14,627,019.78
      3299 Sulphur Tax                                                3,229,300.04           3,143,101.58      (2.7)          3,143,101.58
            TOTAL TAXES                                           1,516,281,754.46       1,914,597,628.17      26.3       1,914,597,628.17

   10 BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES
      3311 Survey Permits                                                3,037.68             135,659.26    4,365.9             135,659.26
      3313 Oil and Gas Well Drilling Permit                          5,466,489.33           5,960,175.30        9.0           5,960,175.30
      3329 Surface Mining Permits                                      343,395.20             663,735.60       93.3             663,735.60
      3338 Organization Report Fees                                  2,934,115.00           3,177,731.00        8.3           3,177,731.00
      3366 Business Fees–Natural Resources                           5,105,622.78           5,003,932.49       (2.0)          5,003,932.49
      3372 Quarry Pit Safety Fees                                       19,000.00              12,750.00      (32.9)             12,750.00
      3374 Underground and Above Ground Storage Tank Fees            3,180,012.85           3,124,515.85       (1.7)          3,124,515.85
      3377 Discharge Prevention and Response
             Certification Fee                                           7,050.00               5,400.00     (23.4)               5,400.00
      3378 Coastal Protection Fee                                   26,182,043.02           4,230,602.88     (83.8)           4,230,602.88
      3381 Oil-Field Cleanup Regulatory Fee on Oil                   2,350,076.19           2,227,085.21      (5.2)           2,227,085.21
      3383 Oil-Field Cleanup Regulatory Fee on Gas                   2,259,419.50           2,886,424.88      27.8            2,886,424.88
      3384 Oil and Gas Compliance Certification Reissue Fee            469,500.00             941,100.00     100.4              941,100.00
      3386 Engineer Registration Program Fees                           38,600.00              34,250.00     (11.3)              34,250.00
      3553 Pipeline Safety Inspection Fees                                   0.00           1,669,753.79                      1,669,753.79
           TOTAL BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES                         48,358,361.55          30,073,116.26      (37.8)         30,073,116.26

   20 NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES AND PERMITS
      3339 Railroad Commission Voluntary Cleanup
             Application Fees                                           18,100.00              36,418.67     101.2                36,418.67
      3370 Boat Sewage Disposal Device Certificate                       3,385.00              15,440.00     356.1                15,440.00
      3373 Injection Well Regulation                                    44,710.00              84,845.00      89.8                84,845.00
           TOTAL NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES
             AND PERMITS                                                66,195.00             136,703.67     106.5              136,703.67



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TABLE 13 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                      2003                   2004                                2004
                                                                    Revenue                Revenue          Percentage         Revenue
Category/Type                                                      (All Funds)            (All Funds)        Change        (Excludes Trust)

08 NATURAL RESOURCES (concluded)
   25 VIOLATIONS, FINES, AND PENALTIES
      3314 Oil and Gas Violations                             $      2,020,377.53    $      1,966,222.16       (2.7) % $       1,966,222.16
      3360 Water Quality Act Violations                              1,041,671.89           1,628,761.16       56.4            1,628,761.16
      3379 Oil Spill Prevention and Response Act Violations            150,160.34             164,750.00        9.7              164,750.00
           TOTAL VIOLATIONS, FINES, AND PENALTIES                    3,212,209.76           3,759,733.32       17.0            3,759,733.32

   30 STATE SERVICE FEES
      3301 Land Office Fees                                          1,425,470.99           1,327,220.08       (6.9)           1,327,220.08
      3302 Land Office Administrative Fees                             561,824.45           1,558,582.97      177.4            1,558,582.97
      3305 Veteran’s Land Board Service Fees                           588,768.93             758,878.83       28.9              758,878.83
      3364 Water Use Permits                                         3,452,713.14           3,602,001.91        4.3            3,602,001.91
      3368 Department of Water Resources Filing/Copy Fees            1,921,187.50           2,258,820.63       17.6            2,258,820.63
      3371 Waste Treatment Inspection Fee                           19,717,020.22          21,150,116.42        7.3           21,150,116.42
      3375 Air Pollution Control Fees                               51,877,930.57          57,191,772.71       10.2           57,191,772.71
      3382 Railroad Commission Rule Exceptions                         881,770.37             929,275.00        5.4              929,275.00
      3385 Natural Gas Policy Act Fees                                  53,260.00                   0.00     (100.0)                   0.00
            TOTAL STATE SERVICE FEES                                80,479,946.17          88,776,668.55       10.3           88,776,668.55

   70 INTEREST/INVESTMENT INCOME
      3308 Interest on Veteran’s Land/Housing Contracts            110,387,726.31          99,079,901.68      (10.2)          99,079,901.68
      3350 Interest on Land Sales (Public School)                      109,309.96             202,404.84       85.2              202,404.84
            TOTAL INTEREST/INVESTMENT INCOME                       110,497,036.27          99,282,306.52      (10.1)          99,282,306.52

   80 LAND INCOME
      3315 Oil and Gas Lease Bonus                                  33,482,806.17          78,589,974.90     134.7            78,589,974.90
      3316 Oil and Gas Lease Rental                                  5,063,255.70           5,658,090.81      11.7             5,658,090.81
      3319 Oil Royalties from Parks and Wildlife Lands                 106,369.41             113,985.19       7.2               113,985.19
      3320 Oil Royalties from Lands Owned by Educational
             Institutions                                           98,880,311.71         108,251,635.33        9.5           92,608,149.38
      3321 Oil Royalties from Other State Lands
             (State Departments, Boards, Agencies)                     466,342.26             789,693.32       69.3              789,693.32
      3324 Gas Royalties from Parks and Wildlife Lands                 153,922.62             106,355.02      (30.9)             106,355.02
      3325 Gas Royalties from Lands Owned by Educational
             Institutions                                          206,933,388.34         348,759,484.44       68.5          197,066,923.15
      3326 Gas Royalties from Other State Lands (State
             Departments, Boards, Agencies)                          2,782,470.41           2,572,392.58      (7.6)            2,572,392.58
      3327 Outer Continental Shelf Settlement Monies                13,271,572.25          14,426,872.86       8.7            14,426,872.86
      3330 Hard Mineral–Prospect and Lease                              49,440.02              70,661.44      42.9                70,661.44
      3334 Royalties–Coal and Lignite                                   12,816.95                 875.60     (93.2)                  875.60
      3335 Royalties–Other Hard Minerals                                73,908.46              65,693.59     (11.1)               65,693.59
      3337 Brine and Water Receipts                                    796,133.68             624,906.33     (21.5)              624,906.33
      3340 Land Easements                                            8,576,953.89           6,510,506.77     (24.1)            6,510,506.77
      3341 Grazing Lease Rental                                      3,477,561.69           6,981,540.71     100.8             6,981,540.71
      3342 Land Lease                                                   71,809.93              71,139.67      (0.9)               71,139.67
      3344 Sand, Shell, Gravel, Timber Sales                           893,150.55           1,603,449.04      79.5             1,603,449.04
      3349 Land Sales                                               13,464,177.77          89,685,350.03     566.1            89,685,350.03
            TOTAL LAND INCOME                                      388,556,391.81         664,882,607.63      71.1           497,546,560.39

   90 OTHER RECEIPTS
      3307 Repayment of Principal on Veteran’s Land/
             Housing Contracts                                     462,945,666.55         290,550,706.56      (37.2)         290,550,706.56
      3317 Oil and Gas Well Applicant Bond/                          4,720,673.75           1,878,402.00      (60.2)           1,878,402.00
             Financial Security
      3328 Surface Damages (Permanent School Fund Land)                282,953.33             631,037.12     123.0               631,037.12
      3393 Abandoned Well Site Equipment Disposal                      373,365.43             906,585.13     142.8               906,585.13
           TOTAL OTHER RECEIPTS                                    468,322,659.06         293,966,730.81     (37.2)          293,966,730.81

   TOTAL NATURAL RESOURCES                                        2,615,774,554.08       3,095,475,494.93      18.3        2,928,139,447.69




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TABLE 13 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                      2003                 2004                              2004
                                                                    Revenue              Revenue         Percentage        Revenue
Category/Type                                                      (All Funds)          (All Funds)       Change       (Excludes Trust)

09 AGRICULTURE
   10 BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES
      3400 Business Fees–Agriculture                           $     1,707,202.32   $     2,814,626.62      64.9 % $       2,814,626.62
           TOTAL BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES                          1,707,202.32         2,814,626.62      64.9           2,814,626.62

   20 NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES AND PERMITS
      3402 Weighing and Measuring Device Inspector License              68,152.50            63,475.00      (6.9)             63,475.00
      3404 Citrus Budwood and Grove Certification Fees                  29,926.38             4,872.18     (83.7)              4,872.18
      3410 Agriculture Registration Fees                             2,133,654.80         3,637,074.00      70.5           3,637,074.00
           TOTAL NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES
            AND PERMITS                                              2,231,733.68         3,705,421.18      66.0           3,705,421.18

   30 STATE SERVICE FEES
      3408 Farm and Ranch Finance Program Fees                           5,024.00            26,825.00    433.9               26,825.00
      3414 Agriculture Inspection Fees                               5,530,679.65         7,418,265.90     34.1            7,418,265.90
      3417 Travel Fees for Seed Records Audit and Egg
             Inspections                                                 3,512.45             7,971.95    127.0                7,971.95
      3420 Livestock Export/Import Processing Fees                     394,867.25           707,041.00     79.1              707,041.00
      3423 Agricultural Association Fees                                 2,290.00             4,275.00     86.7                4,275.00
            TOTAL STATE SERVICE FEES                                 5,936,373.35         8,164,378.85     37.5            8,164,378.85

   90 OTHER RECEIPTS
      3401 Repayment of Financial Assistance Loans/
             Agricultural Products                                   7,799,161.92        11,112,558.64      42.5          11,112,558.64
      3422 Agricultural Administrative Penalties                       145,202.15           124,886.14     (14.0)            124,886.14
           TOTAL OTHER RECEIPTS                                      7,944,364.07        11,237,444.78      41.5          11,237,444.78

   TOTAL AGRICULTURE                                                17,819,673.42        25,921,871.43      45.5          25,921,871.43

10 PARKS AND WILDLIFE
   10 BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES
      3435 Game, Fish and Equipment Fees–Commercial                  4,819,308.07         5,721,483.87      18.7           5,721,483.87
      3436 Oyster Fees                                                 320,360.94           433,641.93      35.4             433,641.93
      3437 Public Hunting/Fishing/Other Participation Fees           1,078,584.45         1,185,995.13      10.0           1,185,995.13
      3464 Floating Cabin Permit, Application, Renewal
             and Transfer                                              128,100.00            46,800.00     (63.5)             46,800.00
           TOTAL BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES                          6,346,353.46         7,387,920.93      16.4           7,387,920.93

   20 NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES AND PERMITS
      3433 Lake Texoma Fishing License Fees                            121,728.59           365,728.73    200.4              365,728.73
      3434 Game, Fish and Equipment Fees–Non-Commercial             59,807,912.22        73,436,228.87     22.8           73,436,228.87
      3452 Wildlife Management Permits                               1,913,319.54         2,064,756.76      7.9            2,064,756.76
      3455 Vessel Registration Fees                                 10,690,921.05        13,755,495.61     28.7           13,755,495.61
      3456 Vessel/Outboard Motor Title Certificate                   2,719,276.15         4,125,142.60     51.7            4,125,142.60
      3461 State Park Fees                                          28,830,695.94        30,448,662.47      5.6           30,437,486.48
           TOTAL NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES
             AND PERMITS                                           104,083,853.49       124,196,015.04      19.3         124,184,839.05

   25 VIOLATIONS, FINES, AND PENALTIES
      3446 Wildlife Value Recovery                                     318,483.68           361,305.94      13.4             361,305.94
      3449 Game and Fish, Water Safety, and Parks Violations         1,629,067.47         1,724,981.27       5.9           1,724,981.27
           TOTAL VIOLATIONS, FINES, AND PENALTIES                    1,947,551.15         2,086,287.21       7.1           2,086,287.21

   35 SALES OF GOODS AND SERVICES
      3447 Sale of Confiscated Pelts, Marine Life, Vessels,
             Contraband                                                103,214.55            47,554.22     (53.9)             47,554.22
      3448 Parks and Wildlife, Sale of Forfeited Property                8,195.70             7,786.99      (5.0)              7,786.99
      3468 Parks and Wildlife Publication Sales                      1,470,409.03         1,961,754.08      33.4           1,961,754.08
      3469 Parks and Wildlife Publication Royalties and
             Commissions                                               236,572.91            90,976.52     (61.5)             90,976.52
            TOTAL SALES OF GOODS AND SERVICES                        1,818,392.19         2,108,071.81      15.9           2,108,071.81

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TABLE 13 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                   2003                     2004                              2004
                                                                 Revenue                  Revenue         Percentage        Revenue
Category/Type                                                   (All Funds)              (All Funds)       Change       (Excludes Trust)

10 PARKS AND WILDLIFE (concluded)
   60 FEDERAL RECEIPTS
      3430 Federal Receipts Matched–Parks and Wildlife      $    34,715,722.34       $    54,061,575.41      55.7 % $      54,061,575.41
           TOTAL FEDERAL RECEIPTS                                34,715,722.34            54,061,575.41      55.7          54,061,575.41

   80 LAND INCOME
      3445 Oyster Bed Location Rental                                14,331.01                14,344.47       0.1               14,344.47
            TOTAL LAND INCOME                                        14,331.01                14,344.47       0.1               14,344.47

   90 Other Receipts
      3450 Parks and Wildlife Money Penalty in Lieu of
              Suspension                                                      0.00            30,125.00                         30,125.00
            TOTAL OTHER RECEIPTS                                              0.00            30,125.00                         30,125.00

   TOTAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE                                     148,926,203.64           189,884,339.87      27.5         189,873,163.88

11 EDUCATION
   10 BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES
      3509 Private Educational Institution Fees                   1,733,216.45             1,938,918.92      11.9           1,938,918.92
      3511 Teacher Certification Fees                            17,865,779.98            19,320,449.42       8.1          19,320,449.42
           TOTAL BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES                      19,598,996.43            21,259,368.34       8.5          21,259,368.34

   20 NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES AND PERMITS
      3503 Higher Education, Other Fees                             110,310.49                61,127.59     (44.6)             61,127.59
      3505 Higher Education, Tuition Fees                       654,291,072.26           665,915,437.89       1.8         665,915,437.89
      3506 Higher Education, Laboratory Fees                      4,986,823.38             3,298,810.17     (33.8)          3,298,810.17
      3507 Higher Education, Student Fees                           289,345.35               199,437.90     (31.1)            199,437.90
      3546 Prepaid Tuition Contracts                            271,429,174.02           137,977,145.51     (49.2)                  0.00
      3684 Dental School Set Aside, Loan Repayments                 105,717.34                96,532.85      (8.7)             96,532.85
      3686 Tuition Set-Aside for Attorney Education Loan
             Repayments                                             118,061.21               163,698.04      38.7             163,698.04
      3687 Tuition Set-Aside for Dental Hygiene Education
             Loan Repayments                                          4,646.21                 7,122.71      53.3               7,122.71
      3688 Higher Education, Tuition and Fees–Non-Pledged                 0.00            38,299,374.44                    38,299,374.44
      3691 Texas B-On-Time Student Loan Set-Asides                        0.00             2,072,910.03                     2,072,910.03
      3693 Doctoral Incentive Loan Repayment Set-Asides
             for Faculty and Administration                                   0.00           302,006.00                       302,006.00
           TOTAL NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES
             AND PERMITS                                        931,335,150.26           848,393,603.13      (8.9)        710,416,457.62

   30 STATE SERVICE FEES
      3510 High School Equivalency Certificate                      582,232.64               901,330.85      54.8             901,330.85
      3526 Higher Education Building Use Fees
             (Designated Tuition)                                   358,918.17               378,427.80      5.4              378,427.80
      3527 Administrative Fees–Higher Education                  (5,826,609.75)            2,259,997.29    138.8            2,259,997.29
      3530 School Bond Guarantee Fees                                68,400.00               222,700.00    225.6              222,700.00
            TOTAL STATE SERVICE FEES                             (4,817,058.94)            3,762,455.94    178.1            3,762,455.94

   35 SALES OF GOODS AND SERVICES
      3532 Sale of Textbooks                                      2,404,957.29             2,029,448.65     (15.6)          2,029,448.65
            TOTAL SALES OF GOODS AND SERVICES                     2,404,957.29             2,029,448.65     (15.6)          2,029,448.65

   40 DONATIONS AND GRANTS
      3540 Tax Discount Donation–Student Financial
            Assistance Grants                                        57,669.41                 7,535.87     (86.9)               7,535.87
           TOTAL DONATIONS AND GRANTS                                57,669.41                 7,535.87     (86.9)               7,535.87




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TABLE 13 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                         2003                   2004                                2004
                                                                       Revenue                Revenue          Percentage         Revenue
Category/Type                                                         (All Funds)            (All Funds)        Change        (Excludes Trust)

11 EDUCATION (concluded)
   60 FEDERAL RECEIPTS
      3500 Federal Receipts Matched–Education Programs           $      7,786,676.18    $      6,020,393.08      (22.7) % $       6,020,393.08
      3501 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Education
            Programs                                                 2,981,746,272.21       3,456,553,207.92      15.9        3,456,553,207.92
           TOTAL FEDERAL RECEIPTS                                    2,989,532,948.39       3,462,573,601.00      15.8        3,462,573,601.00

   70 INTEREST/INVESTMENT INCOME
      3516 Interest on College Student Loans                           51,791,000.56          43,281,343.55      (16.4)          43,281,343.55
      3520 Higher Education, Interest on Local Deposits                    87,333.53              72,712.94      (16.7)              72,712.94
            TOTAL INTEREST/INVESTMENT INCOME                           51,878,334.09          43,354,056.49      (16.4)          43,354,056.49

   90 OTHER RECEIPTS
      3517 Repayment of College Student Loans                          86,842,884.97          61,379,824.92      (29.3)          61,379,824.92
      3547 Prepaid Tuition Application Fees                             1,213,775.00              35,000.00      (97.1)                   0.00
      3685 School Textbook Publisher or Manufacturer
             Penalty                                                      302,072.77             210,221.23      (30.4)             210,221.23
           TOTAL OTHER RECEIPTS                                        88,358,732.74          61,625,046.15      (30.3)          61,590,046.15

   92 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
      3512 Teacher Retirement Reimbursement from Funds
            Outside Treasury                                          330,221,953.70         366,855,090.96       11.1          178,035,831.64
           TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                                    330,221,953.70         366,855,090.96       11.1          178,035,831.64

   TOTAL EDUCATION                                                   4,408,571,683.37       4,809,860,206.53       9.1        4,483,028,801.70

12 HEALTH
   01 TAXES
      3580 Controlled Substance Tax Certificates                            5,354.32                 350.00     (93.5)                   350.00
      3584 Controlled Substance Tax Certificates Billing                   18,418.28               4,746.72     (74.2)                 4,746.72
      3652 Protest Funds–Controlled Substance Taxes                        (5,252.82)                  0.00     100.0                      0.00
            TOTAL TAXES                                                    18,519.78               5,096.72     (72.5)                 5,096.72

   10 BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES
      3390 Purchase of Dry Cleaning Solvent Fees                                0.00           1,018,854.50                       1,018,854.50
      3554 Food and Drug Fees                                           9,862,608.69          10,330,645.58        4.7           10,330,645.58
      3555 Hazardous Substance Manufacture                                168,319.16             171,636.00        2.0              171,636.00
      3557 Health Care Facilities Fees                                 54,178,108.92          64,254,776.16       18.6           64,254,776.16
      3560 Medical Examination and Registration                        19,558,968.27          21,583,784.83       10.4           21,583,784.83
      3562 Health Related Professional Fees                            14,773,188.44          16,677,233.22       12.9           16,677,233.22
      3572 Health Related Professional Fees, H.B. 11,
             General Revenue Increase                                  14,400,190.88          18,309,066.93       27.1           18,309,066.93
      3585 Toxic Chemical Release Form Reporting Fees                     136,647.94             127,638.73       (6.6)             127,638.73
      3589 Radioactive Materials and Devices for
             Equipment Regulation                                       7,194,255.17           8,141,656.67       13.2            8,141,656.67
      3592 Waste Disposal Facilities, Generators, Transporters         58,954,338.23          57,954,156.75       (1.7)          57,954,156.75
      3593 Waste Tire Recycling Fees                                        3,180.15               4,436.24       39.5                4,436.24
      3596 Automotive Oil Sales Fee                                     1,240,421.56           1,195,547.72       (3.6)           1,195,547.72
      3598 Battery Sales Fee                                           14,400,348.95          14,388,213.06       (0.1)          14,388,213.06
           TOTAL BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES                           194,870,576.36         214,157,646.39        9.9          214,157,646.39

   20 NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES AND PERMITS
      3571 Hazardous Waste Clean Up Application Fees                    1,304,498.20           1,181,860.38       (9.4)           1,181,860.38
      3573 Health Licenses for Camps                                       31,495.00              30,670.00       (2.6)              30,670.00
           TOTAL NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES
            AND PERMITS                                                 1,335,993.20           1,212,530.38       (9.2)           1,212,530.38




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TABLE 13 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                        2003                   2004                               2004
                                                                      Revenue                Revenue          Percentage        Revenue
Category/Type                                                        (All Funds)            (All Funds)        Change       (Excludes Trust)

12 HEALTH (concluded)
   30 STATE SERVICE FEES
      3564 Disproportionate Share Revenues/State Hospitals      $    479,044,122.00    $    585,927,504.00       22.3 % $     585,927,504.00
      3568 Disproportionate Share Revenues/Non–State
             Hospitals                                               366,926,177.00         341,441,684.00       (6.9)        341,441,684.00
      3569 Receipt of Federal/State Disproportionate Share
             Payments by State Hospitals                             206,646,925.00         331,558,373.00       60.4         331,558,373.00
      3570 Peer Assistance Program Fees                                  862,760.00             890,673.00        3.2             890,673.00
      3577 Tier Two Forms Filing Fees                                    811,572.02             830,801.60        2.4             830,801.60
      3579 Vital Statistics Certification and Service Fees             6,528,446.49           7,008,166.89        7.3           7,008,166.89
      3588 Transfer From Urban/Rural Hospitals–
             Medicaid Match                                           178,785,622.69         199,398,658.19      11.5         199,398,658.19
      3590 Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Fees                            0.00           7,499,979.35                     7,499,979.35
            TOTAL STATE SERVICE FEES                                1,239,605,625.20       1,474,555,840.03      19.0       1,474,555,840.03

   60 FEDERAL RECEIPTS
      3550 Federal Receipts Matched–Health Programs                   219,556,532.70         155,348,246.17     (29.2)        155,348,246.17
      3551 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Health Programs               852,403,479.52         997,267,109.62      17.0         997,267,109.62
           TOTAL FEDERAL RECEIPTS                                   1,071,960,012.22       1,152,615,355.79       7.5       1,152,615,355.79

   90 OTHER RECEIPTS
      3552 HIV Medication Program                                              0.00               5,086.71                          5,086.71
      3561 Health Department Lab Financing Fees                        2,900,000.00           3,140,038.14        8.3           3,140,038.14
      3575 Repayment of Loans to Medical Students–
             Rural Medicine                                               51,592.50              55,726.36        8.0              55,726.36
      3582 Controlled Substances Act Forfeited Property Sales                  0.00              16,036.97                         16,036.97
      3594 Waste Disposal Violations                                   1,006,656.24           1,384,867.12       37.6           1,384,867.12
      3595 Medical Assistance Cost Recovery                           20,901,517.23          23,711,036.29       13.4          23,711,036.29
      3597 WIC (Women, Infants, and Children Program)
             Rebates                                                 188,815,807.93         209,128,999.01       10.8         209,128,999.01
      3603 Reimbursement for Telecommunications
             Assistance, Distance Learning and Other
             Advanced Services                                           456,966.59             777,985.48       70.2             777,985.48
      3634 Medicare Reimbursements                                    27,271,790.86          25,233,889.55       (7.5)         25,233,889.55
      3636 Inmate Health Care Copayments                                 382,058.20             268,497.30      (29.7)            268,497.30
      3643 Premium Co-payments, Low Income Children                   15,222,373.77          29,697,322.33       95.1          29,697,322.33
           TOTAL OTHER RECEIPTS                                      257,008,763.32         293,419,485.26       14.2         293,419,485.26

   91 SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS
      3583 Controlled Substances Act Forfeited Money                   8,715,515.36           4,513,574.36      (48.2)          4,513,574.36
            TOTAL SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS                                 8,715,515.36           4,513,574.36      (48.2)          4,513,574.36

   TOTAL HEALTH                                                     2,773,515,005.44       3,140,479,528.93      13.2       3,140,479,528.93

13 WELFARE AND MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION
   10 BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES
      3611 Private Institutions License Fees                           1,717,800.96           1,604,671.19       (6.6)          1,604,671.19
      3616 Social Worker Regulation                                      698,528.14             756,737.61        8.3             756,737.61
      3632 Elderly Housing Set-Aside                                     383,620.00             418,572.60        9.1             418,572.60
           TOTAL BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES                            2,799,949.10           2,779,981.40       (0.7)          2,779,981.40

   30 STATE SERVICE FEES
      3606 Support and Maintenance of Patients                        35,623,917.93          33,779,137.60      (5.2)          33,779,137.60
      3614 Counseling, Care and Treatment of Out-Patients                (57,125.17)             46,870.48     182.0               46,870.48
      3618 Welfare/MHMR Service Fees                                     320,243.42             252,189.20     (21.3)             252,189.20
      3624 Adoption Registry Fees                                        114,961.81              85,268.99     (25.8)              85,268.99
            TOTAL STATE SERVICE FEES                                  36,001,997.99          34,163,466.27      (5.1)          34,163,466.27

   35 SALES OF GOODS AND SERVICES
      3628 Dormitory, Cafeteria and Merchandise Sales                 76,554,078.90          79,802,786.09        4.2          79,802,786.09
            TOTAL SALES OF GOODS AND SERVICES                         76,554,078.90          79,802,786.09        4.2          79,802,786.09


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TABLE 13 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                    2003                     2004                               2004
                                                                  Revenue                  Revenue           Percentage       Revenue
Category/Type                                                    (All Funds)              (All Funds)         Change      (Excludes Trust)

13 WELFARE AND MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION (concluded)
   60 FEDERAL RECEIPTS
      3600 Federal Receipts Matched–Welfare/MHMR
             Programs                                   $ 11,560,307,242.25           $ 11,813,431,246.04        2.2 % $ 11,813,431,246.04
      3601 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Welfare/MHMR
             Programs                                        267,391,141.70               292,778,755.57         9.5         292,778,755.57
      3602 Earned Federal Funds, Food Stamp Recoupment         4,571,770.48                 1,424,529.58       (68.8)          1,424,529.58
      3621 Child Support Collections–Federal                  12,877,201.32                17,071,680.59        32.6          17,071,680.59
      3637 Federal Pass-Through Revenue from Medicaid
             Insurance Provider to MHMR                       15,064,178.02                 15,886,485.25        5.5          15,886,485.25
           TOTAL FEDERAL RECEIPTS                         11,860,211,533.77             12,140,592,697.03        2.4      12,140,592,697.03

   90 OTHER RECEIPTS
      3620 Child Support Collections–State, Title IV-D            281,514,750.58           645,696,250.12     129.4                    0.00
      3622 Child Support Collections–State, Non-Title IV-D      1,453,099,169.73         1,615,709,503.22      11.2           68,201,509.78
      3625 Court Costs Awarded Parent/Child Cases                     375,464.76               449,862.81      19.8              439,018.82
           TOTAL OTHER RECEIPTS                                 1,734,989,385.07         2,261,855,616.15      30.4           68,640,528.60

   TOTAL WELFARE AND MENTAL HEALTH/
    MENTAL RETARDATION                                         13,710,556,944.83        14,519,194,546.94        5.9      12,325,979,459.39

14 OTHER
   01 TAXES
      3728 Unemployment Taxes                                   1,673,619,458.29         1,694,828,822.09        1.3                  54.69
      3771 Tax Refunds to Employers of AFDC Recipients               (291,439.41)             (285,612.14)       2.0            (285,612.14)
            TOTAL TAXES                                         1,673,328,018.88         1,694,543,209.95        1.3            (285,557.45)

   10 BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES
      3722 Conference, Seminars, and Training Registration
             Fees                                                   4,041,346.43             4,156,870.45        2.9           4,156,870.45
           TOTAL BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL FEES                         4,041,346.43             4,156,870.45        2.9           4,156,870.45

   20 NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES AND PERMITS
      3707 Marriage License Fees                                    3,034,300.07             2,694,372.20      (11.2)          2,694,372.20
           TOTAL NONCOMMERCIAL LICENSES
            AND PERMITS                                             3,034,300.07             2,694,372.20      (11.2)          2,694,372.20

   25 VIOLATIONS, FINES, AND PENALTIES
      3704 Court Costs                                            61,410,894.71            65,032,341.82         5.9          65,032,341.82
      3705 State Parking Violations                                  269,476.00                13,315.40       (95.1)             13,315.40
      3706 Arrest Fees                                             2,164,818.24             2,087,502.54        (3.6)          2,087,502.54
      3709 District Court Suit Filing Fee                         12,327,368.90            10,274,912.43       (16.6)         10,274,912.43
      3710 Court Fines                                             4,911,118.66            61,859,397.93     1,159.6          61,859,397.93
      3712 Fees from Criminal Offenses                            23,085,920.96            23,715,186.73         2.7          23,715,186.73
      3713 Fees from Misdemeanor or Felony Cases                 121,485,071.14           124,257,882.78         2.3         124,257,882.78
      3718 Court Costs and Attorney Fees                           7,729,145.11             9,264,079.11        19.9           9,264,079.11
      3721 Court Cost/Crime Stoppers Assistance                      506,043.08               521,797.27         3.1             521,797.27
      3732 Unemployment Compensation Penalties                    11,858,287.67            12,780,696.40         7.8          12,780,696.40
      3735 Recovery of Parole Costs                                6,681,999.19             6,761,202.55         1.2           6,761,202.55
      3737 Probation Supervision Recovery                                  0.00                 6,654.12                           6,654.12
      3793 Political Subdivision Administrative Fee, Failure
             to Appear                                             2,981,545.54             3,959,941.04        32.8           3,959,941.04
      3801 Time Payment Plan for Court Costs/Fees                  9,274,048.28             9,752,801.75         5.2           9,752,801.75
           TOTAL VIOLATIONS, FINES, AND PENALTIES                264,685,737.48           330,287,711.87        24.8         330,287,711.87

   30 STATE SERVICE FEES
      3266 Temporary Charitable Function Permit–Alcoholic
             Beverages                                                   600.00                    875.00       45.8                 875.00
      3281 Tobacco Product Advertising Fees                          119,356.19                 83,111.18      (30.4)             83,111.18
      3462 Boater Education Exam Fees                                 39,517.57                 76,222.96       92.9              76,222.96
      3463 Marine Safety Enforcement Officer
             Certification Fees                                                0.00             10,181.00                         10,181.00

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                                                     61
TABLE 13 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                        2003                    2004                                 2004
                                                                      Revenue                 Revenue             Percentage       Revenue
Category/Type                                                        (All Funds)             (All Funds)           Change      (Excludes Trust)

14 OTHER (continued)
   30 STATE SERVICE FEES (concluded)
      3642 Residential Aftercare Participant Fees               $          7,583.00     $         11,072.06         46.0 % $          11,072.06
      3711 Judicial Fees                                                 474,555.37              747,154.16         57.4             747,154.16
      3716 Lien Fees                                                     123,655.94              156,765.67         26.8             156,765.67
      3719 Fees for Copies or Filing of Records                       13,021,486.39           14,513,647.27         11.5          14,502,091.17
      3720 Expedited Handling Charges (Secretary of State)             3,198,103.29            3,127,045.59         (2.2)          3,127,045.59
      3723 Fees for Examinations and Audits                            2,017,029.03            1,549,281.19        (23.2)          1,549,281.19
      3724 Insurance Notification of HIV Related Test Fees                 5,296.00               16,800.00        217.2              16,800.00
      3727 Fees for Administrative Services                           24,174,437.85           28,084,611.59         16.2          13,636,401.59
      3748 Royalties                                                     139,037.56              365,141.67        162.6             365,141.67
      3749 Use of Great Seal of Texas–Licenses                             4,560.00                3,985.00        (12.6)              3,985.00
      3753 Sale of Surplus Property Fee                                2,085,192.21            2,367,253.13         13.5           2,367,253.13
      3772 License Suspension Fee, Child Support Obligor                       0.00                 (558.94)                            (558.94)
      3775 Returned Check Fees                                           486,324.35              184,674.64         (62.0)           184,674.64
      3776 Fingerprint Record Fees                                       112,619.00              124,036.98          10.1            124,036.98
      3778 Credit Card Issuer Receipts                                         0.00                   (0.99)                              (0.99)
      3846 New Home Registration Fees                                          0.00            2,142,541.95                        2,142,541.95
      3858 Bail Bond Surety Fees                                               0.00            4,965,567.12                        4,965,567.12
      3879 Credit Card and Related Fees                               16,834,005.52           20,613,193.82          22.4         20,613,193.82
            TOTAL STATE SERVICE FEES                                  62,843,359.27           79,142,602.05          25.9         64,682,835.95

   35 SALES OF GOODS AND SERVICES
      3750 Sale of Furniture and Equipment                             6,858,964.30            4,920,040.43        (28.3)          4,919,788.60
      3751 Sale of Buildings                                           2,892,419.95            3,857,805.05         33.4           3,857,805.05
      3752 Sale of Publications/Advertising                           11,901,148.08           10,525,678.13        (11.6)         10,521,037.25
      3754 Other Surplus or Salvage Property/Materials Sales           1,051,674.58            5,772,265.34        448.9           5,772,265.34
      3756 Prison Industries Sales                                    11,643,070.26            8,887,583.29        (23.7)          8,887,583.29
      3759 Telecommunications Service from Local Funds                10,567,314.37           11,873,334.95         12.4          11,873,334.95
      3763 Sale of Operating Supplies                                     20,235.25               46,610.62        130.3              46,610.62
      3766 Supplies/Equipment/Services–Local Funds                    27,979,709.81           49,584,315.18         77.2          49,584,315.18
      3767 Supplies/Equipment/Services–Federal/Other                 195,914,154.07          149,200,625.07        (23.8)        149,200,625.07
      3839 Sale of Vehicles, Boats, and Aircraft                          98,120.34              630,237.47        542.3             630,237.47
            TOTAL SALES OF GOODS AND SERVICES                        268,926,811.01          245,298,495.53         (8.8)        245,293,602.82

   40 DONATIONS AND GRANTS
      3508 Higher Education, Indirect Cost Recoveries/Private              7,505.18                6,093.36        (18.8)              6,093.36
      3514 Higher Education, Indirect Cost Recoveries/State            1,135,976.50              199,380.24        (82.4)            199,380.24
      3738 Grants–Cities/Counties                                      7,730,910.57            4,412,523.40        (42.9)          4,412,523.40
      3739 Grants–Other Political Subdivisions                           280,177.26              748,727.10        167.2             748,727.10
      3740 Gifts/Grants/Donations–Non-Operating
            Revenue/Program Revenue                                   67,081,471.21           68,729,451.39           2.5         68,725,839.09
           TOTAL DONATIONS AND GRANTS                                 76,236,040.72           74,096,175.49          (2.8)        74,092,563.19

   60 FEDERAL RECEIPTS
      3700 Federal Receipts Matched–Other Programs                    442,974,533.20          676,715,761.65         52.8        676,715,761.65
      3701 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Other Programs              2,539,123,482.58        2,012,870,777.59        (20.7)     1,633,986,727.88
      3702 Federal Receipts–Earned Credits                             71,333,029.73           22,462,160.97        (68.5)        22,462,160.97
      3726 Federal Receipts–Indirect Cost Recoveries                   23,975,711.24           18,258,369.70        (23.8)        18,258,369.70
           TOTAL FEDERAL RECEIPTS                                   3,077,406,756.75        2,730,307,069.91        (11.3)     2,351,423,020.20

   70 INTEREST/INVESTMENT INCOME
      3796 Interest Received/Paid to Federal Government                (5,016,378.00)          (3,474,740.00)        30.7          (3,474,740.00)
      3823 Amortization of Premium/Discount–Mortgage
             Investments                                               7,140,683.91                        0.00    (100.0)                  0.00
      3824 Amortization of Premium/Discount–Miscellaneous
             Investments                                               3,255,045.49            1,708,248.87         (47.5)         1,708,248.87
      3826 Amortization of Premium/Discount–Corporate
             Obligations                                               5,461,427.04              661,978.23         (87.9)           661,978.23
      3827 Amortization of Premium/Discount–United States
             Government Obligations                                   (2,946,655.10)            (511,362.05)         82.6           (511,362.05)
      3828 Dividend Income                                           156,036,734.64          231,434,962.40          48.3        231,432,367.31

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TABLE 13 (continued)
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                          2003                      2004                               2004
                                                                        Revenue                   Revenue          Percentage        Revenue
Category/Type                                                          (All Funds)               (All Funds)        Change       (Excludes Trust)

14 OTHER (continued)

   70 INTEREST/INVESTMENT INCOME (concluded)

      3850 Interest on Lottery Prize Investments                  $     58,325,540.87       $     65,367,485.87       12.1 % $         143,820.43
      3851 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury
              Investments, General (Non-Program)                       189,968,895.19            153,958,726.53      (19.0)        127,088,325.45
      3852 Interest on Local Deposits–State Agencies                       387,483.00                375,042.99       (3.2)            375,042.99
      3853 Interest on Judgments                                               562.95                  7,849.19    1,294.3               7,849.19
      3854 Interest–Other, General (Non-Program)                        66,405,412.27             96,812,981.25       45.8          17,241,294.13
      3855 Interest on Investments, Obligations and
              Securities–General (Non-Program)                         983,429,100.94            356,038,132.86      (63.8)        348,366,004.90
      3857 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury
              Investment–Operating Revenue                               8,037,644.95              5,472,432.46      (31.9)          4,441,575.35
      3861 Gain on Sale of Investments, Obligations, Securities         13,581,558.64              6,061,121.86      (55.4)          6,061,121.86
      3863 Interest on Investments, Obligations and
              Securities, Non-Operating Revenue                                      0.00        457,552,957.60                    457,552,957.60
      3864 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury
              Investments, Non-Operating Revenue                                     0.00          3,009,026.02                      3,009,026.02
      3873 Interest on Investments, Obligations and
              Securities–Operating Revenue                               46,302,687.60             52,128,981.94      12.6          19,466,527.71
      3875 Interest–Other Operating Revenue                              46,730,479.09             48,405,674.26       3.6          48,405,674.26
            TOTAL INTEREST/INVESTMENT INCOME                          1,577,100,223.48          1,475,009,500.28      (6.5)      1,261,975,712.25

   80 LAND INCOME
      3746 Rental of Lands                                               1,312,349.24                621,310.23      (52.7)            621,310.23
            TOTAL LAND INCOME                                            1,312,349.24                621,310.23      (52.7)            621,310.23

   90 OTHER RECEIPTS
      3081 Equipment Lease to County Automated
             Registration and Title System                                 106,755.00                128,770.00       20.6             128,770.00
      3134 Private Sector Prison Industries Oversight Receipts           1,665,670.98              2,221,365.74       33.4           2,221,365.74
      3137 Racing Association ATM Receipts                                 239,847.38                237,299.62       (1.1)            237,299.62
      3193 Breakage–Horse Racing                                         6,451,701.81              6,237,867.37       (3.3)          5,018,661.18
      3194 Outstanding Wagering Tickets (Outs)–Horses
             and Greyhounds                                              1,907,870.43              1,271,000.00      (33.4)          1,271,000.00
      3197 Breakage–Greyhound Racing                                     1,001,041.15                899,275.93      (10.2)            899,275.93
      3369 Reimbursement for Well Plugging Costs                            51,061.50                  4,254.54      (91.7)              4,254.54
      3638 Vendor Drug Rebates, Medicaid Program–
             Mandated                                                  387,065,766.66            507,646,091.52       31.2         507,646,091.52
      3639 Premium Credits, Medicaid Program                             7,391,744.12            117,146,296.25    1,484.8         117,146,296.25
      3640 Vendor Drug Rebates–Non-Medicaid Programs                     4,066,096.77              2,163,323.03      (46.8)          2,163,323.03
      3649 Vendor Drug and HMO Experience Rebates,
             CHIP Program                                               22,285,508.42             18,558,304.16      (16.7)         18,558,304.16
      3731 Controlled Substance Reimbursement of Related
             Costs                                                       1,056,201.73              1,135,122.64        7.5           1,135,122.64
      3733 Workers’ Compensation Penalties                                 885,809.52              1,029,286.66       16.2           1,029,286.66
      3734 Recoveries from Crime Victims                                   870,444.53              1,019,532.92       17.1           1,019,532.92
      3736 Unclaimed Compensation to Crime Victims                       1,017,129.90              1,203,125.18       18.3           1,203,125.18
      3741 Contributions from Public Retirement Systems                     30,494.00                     72.00      (99.8)                 72.00
      3747 Rental–Other                                                  3,990,810.88              4,518,792.89       13.2           4,337,432.29
      3755 Commemorative Sales/Gift Shop and Museum
             Revenues                                                    8,538,070.66              7,736,456.08       (9.4)            189,676.97
      3769 Forfeitures                                                   2,803,162.43              2,250,748.12      (19.7)          2,245,479.43
      3770 Administrative Penalties                                      3,068,485.16              4,416,152.29       43.9           4,405,152.29
      3773 Insurance and Damages                                         7,095,982.99              5,837,054.67      (17.7)          5,837,054.67
      3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–
             Default Fund                                                5,506,800.07              8,140,643.53       47.8           5,608,109.54
      3782 Repayment of Loans, Political Subdivision                    22,946,196.88             29,411,174.93       28.2          29,411,174.93
      3785 Interest on Oil Overcharge Loans                              1,768,070.76              1,397,189.15      (21.0)          1,397,189.15
      3795 Other Miscellaneous Governmental Revenue                     20,081,911.52              5,830,714.56      (71.0)          5,600,810.84
      3799 Local Account Balances Brought into Treasury                  7,108,891.10              3,963,535.94      (44.2)          1,000,000.00
      3802 Reimbursements–Third Party                                  308,242,505.18            366,539,820.13       18.9         354,739,719.39
      3803 Reimbursements–Intra-Agency                                   6,559,111.50              6,425,157.81       (2.0)          6,425,157.81
      3805 Subrogation Recoveries                                        1,741,553.77              1,955,834.25       12.3           1,955,834.25
      3806 Rental of Housing to State Employees                          1,488,243.71              1,433,402.70       (3.7)          1,433,402.70
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TABLE 13 (concluded)
NET REVENUE BY TYPE AND OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                      2003                    2004                              2004
                                                                    Revenue                 Revenue          Percentage       Revenue
Category/Type                                                      (All Funds)             (All Funds)        Change      (Excludes Trust)

14 OTHER (concluded)
   90 OTHER RECEIPTS (concluded)
      3840 Veteran Home Programs Payments from Residents     $      11,416,503.97    $       13,598,012.78     19.1 % $       13,598,012.78
      3848 Public/Private Revenue Sharing–State Receipts             1,771,239.00             2,325,213.00     31.3            2,325,213.00
      3869 Workers Comp Insurance–Death Benefit to State             1,964,334.16             5,874,230.38    199.0            5,874,230.38
      3876 Unemployment Obligation Assessment                                0.00           241,987,180.66                             0.00
            TOTAL OTHER RECEIPTS                                   852,185,017.64         1,374,542,301.43      61.3       1,106,065,431.79

   91 SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS
      3714 Judgments and Settlements                                 8,164,394.74           13,862,375.51      69.8           12,500,160.62
      3717 Civil Penalties                                           1,131,370.07           11,400,709.53     907.7           11,400,709.53
      3849 Tobacco Suit Settlement Receipts                        718,987,286.80          481,647,365.59     (33.0)         481,647,365.59
            TOTAL SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS                             728,283,051.61          506,910,450.63     (30.4)         505,548,235.74

   92 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
      3708 Judge’s Retirement Contributions                             267,408.83              142,419.44     (46.7)           142,419.44
      3758 Employee/Other Contributions–Retirement Systems        2,402,904,949.72        2,424,668,369.23       0.9                  0.00
      3761 Insurance Premium Contributions–Other                    774,933,431.06        1,153,981,408.69      48.9                  0.00
           TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                                3,178,105,789.61        3,578,792,197.36      12.6            142,419.44

   TOTAL OTHER                                                   11,767,488,802.19       12,096,402,267.38       2.8       5,946,698,528.68

TOTAL NET REVENUE                                                66,509,873,020.19       70,964,658,416.62       6.7      62,073,072,642.53

BOND AND NOTE PROCEEDS (See Table 12 for details)                  602,512,925.62        16,023,512,187.37   2,559.4      15,885,640,092.06

INVESTMENTS (See Table 12 for details)                            8,212,253,602.83        8,191,792,939.33      (0.2)      3,877,408,264.39

INTERFUND TRANSFERS/OTHER TRANSACTIONS
 (See Table 12 for details)                                      64,398,159,189.45       62,164,005,139.15      (3.5)     44,087,285,055.91

TOTAL NET REVENUE, BOND AND NOTE PROCEEDS,
 INVESTMENTS AND INTERFUND TRANSFERS/
 OTHER TRANSACTIONS                                          $139,722,798,738.09     $157,343,968,682.47        12.6 % $125,923,406,054.89




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TABLE 14
NET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION AND DEPARTMENT
Years Ending August 31

This table shows expenditures for the prior and current fiscal year for departments within governmental functions for
all state funds. The current year is also presented net of trust funds.

The primary function of a department is the basis for determining expenditures by governmental function.
To provide better information to the reader, expenditures that are significant in amount and that apply to numerous
agencies are shown separately, rather than being shown under the individual agency’s function. These include employee
benefits/payroll related costs, capital outlay, and payment of interest. Employee benefits include specific
expenditures for agencies having the employee benefit function, as well as expenditures made for employee benefits by
agencies having other governmental functions.
                                                                    2003                   2004                                2004
                                                                Expenditures           Expenditures       Percentage      Expenditures
                                                                 (All Funds)            (All Funds)        Change        (Excludes Trust)

LEGISLATIVE
101 Senate                                                  $     30,296,539.58    $     28,336,853.97       (6.5) % $      28,336,853.97
102 House of Representatives                                      36,490,489.91          28,360,940.06      (22.3)          28,360,940.06
103 Texas Legislative Council                                     27,706,031.03          27,982,743.33        1.0           27,982,743.33
104 Legislative Budget Board                                       7,722,519.21           8,980,934.58       16.3            8,980,934.58
105 Legislative Reference Library                                  1,397,811.61           1,237,371.10      (11.5)           1,237,371.10
107 Commission on Uniform State Laws                                 100,434.83             114,737.27       14.2              114,737.27
116 Sunset Advisory Committee                                      1,619,735.86           1,541,059.07       (4.9)           1,541,059.07
308 State Auditor                                                 15,529,228.45          15,208,292.66       (2.1)          15,208,292.66
     TOTAL LEGISLATIVE                                           120,862,790.48         111,762,932.04       (7.5)         111,762,932.04

JUDICIAL
201 Supreme Court                                                 11,710,522.94          10,207,738.43      (12.8)          10,207,738.43
211 Court of Criminal Appeals                                     12,440,775.27          12,498,851.47        0.5           12,498,851.47
212 Office of Court Administration                                20,494,634.95          22,721,919.62       10.9           22,721,919.62
213 State Prosecuting Attorney, Office of                            326,386.24             321,002.04       (1.6)             321,002.04
221 Court of Appeals–First Court of Appeals District               2,721,991.58           2,553,614.74       (6.2)           2,553,614.74
222 Court of Appeals–Second Court of Appeals District              2,238,666.69           2,193,027.76       (2.0)           2,193,027.76
223 Court of Appeals–Third Court of Appeals District               1,978,056.20           1,848,209.05       (6.6)           1,848,209.05
224 Court of Appeals–Fourth Court of Appeals District              2,154,248.37           2,133,693.51       (1.0)           2,133,693.51
225 Court of Appeals–Fifth Court of Appeals District               3,633,188.19           3,584,336.45       (1.3)           3,584,336.45
226 Court of Appeals–Sixth Court of Appeals District               1,100,784.67           1,014,965.21       (7.8)           1,014,965.21
227 Court of Appeals–Seventh Court of Appeals District             1,578,887.58           1,359,218.50      (13.9)           1,359,218.50
228 Court of Appeals–Eighth Court of Appeals District              1,408,184.76           1,313,810.14       (6.7)           1,313,810.14
229 Court of Appeals–Ninth Court of Appeals District               1,128,086.31           1,091,215.58       (3.3)           1,091,215.58
230 Court of Appeals–Tenth Court of Appeals District                 987,381.50             847,617.03      (14.2)             847,617.03
231 Court of Appeals–Eleventh Court of Appeals District            1,105,245.18           1,052,786.82       (4.7)           1,052,786.82
232 Court of Appeals–Twelfth Court of Appeals District             1,066,824.71           1,059,236.08       (0.7)           1,059,236.08
233 Court of Appeals–Thirteenth Court of Appeals District          2,103,445.60           1,960,916.94       (6.8)           1,960,916.94
234 Court of Appeals–Fourteenth Court of Appeals District          2,694,077.30           2,714,539.65        0.8            2,714,539.65
241 District Courts–Comptroller’s Judiciary Section               95,766,829.55          89,877,152.60       (6.2)          89,877,152.60
242 State Commission on Judicial Conduct                             907,655.65             882,831.36       (2.7)             882,831.36
243 State Law Library                                                814,309.27             777,091.35       (4.6)             777,091.35
360 State Office of Administrative Hearings                        6,514,929.21           6,542,928.48        0.4            6,542,928.48
     TOTAL JUDICIAL                                              174,875,111.72         168,556,702.81       (3.6)         168,556,702.81

EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE
300 Governor–Fiscal                                               122,418,030.37         224,170,057.13      83.1          208,170,057.13
301 Governor–Executive                                              9,143,854.33           8,307,856.94      (9.1)           8,307,856.94
302 Attorney General                                            2,039,567,028.89       2,594,855,591.54      27.2          394,900,329.36
303 Texas Building and Procurement Commission                      43,118,426.60          42,795,790.53      (0.7)          42,795,790.53
304 Comptroller of Public Accounts                                180,106,610.54         180,683,806.88       0.3          180,683,806.88
306 Texas State Library and Archives Commission                    31,120,736.47          28,253,378.60      (9.2)          28,253,378.60
307 Secretary of State                                             16,269,901.21          20,770,315.55      27.7           20,770,315.55
311 Comptroller–Treasury Fiscal                                       202,639.68             242,621.96      19.7              242,621.96
313 Department of Information Resources                           140,586,896.92         100,193,177.89     (28.7)         100,193,177.89
332 Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs             156,128,064.55         152,276,631.82      (2.5)         143,051,138.12
333 Office of State–Federal Relations                               1,004,884.54           1,109,360.78      10.4            1,109,360.78
342 State Aircraft Pooling Board                                    2,693,080.95             261,780.56     (90.3)             261,780.56
347 Texas Public Finance Authority                                  4,765,552.31           5,152,241.40       8.1            5,152,241.40
352 Bond Review Board                                                 568,718.05             495,859.31     (12.8)             495,859.31
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TABLE 14 (continued)
NET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION AND DEPARTMENT
Years Ending August 31

                                                             2003                   2004                                2004
                                                         Expenditures           Expenditures       Percentage      Expenditures
                                                          (All Funds)            (All Funds)        Change        (Excludes Trust)

EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE (concluded)
354 Texas Aerospace Commission                       $      1,478,571.31    $         22,918.80      (98.4) % $          22,918.80
356 Texas Ethics Commission                                 1,792,509.32           1,707,750.06       (4.7)           1,707,750.06
357 Office of Rural Community Affairs                      92,194,766.60          79,854,673.19      (13.4)          79,854,673.19
362 Texas Lottery Commission                              178,308,465.69         185,321,712.30        3.9          185,321,712.30
475 Office of Public Utility Counsel                        1,621,003.99           1,509,158.23       (6.9)           1,509,158.23
477 Commission on State Emergency Communications           35,131,215.51          81,402,675.15      131.7           40,449,440.16
479 State Office of Risk Management                        48,664,727.34          39,189,079.28      (19.5)          39,189,079.28
480 Texas Department of Economic Development               32,945,878.20           2,598,411.42      (92.1)           2,694,887.43
808 Texas Historical Commission                            30,547,207.07          28,025,842.03       (8.3)          28,025,842.03
809 State Preservation Board                               14,210,285.18          11,290,723.13      (20.5)           4,730,392.43
813 Texas Commission on the Arts                            6,437,890.73           5,893,703.28       (8.5)           5,893,703.28
819 Texas Emancipation Juneteenth Cultural and
      Historical Commission                                     51,800.49             157,373.84     203.8              157,373.84
902 Comptroller–State Fiscal                               211,117,668.86         257,597,029.45      22.0          213,636,197.34
907 Comptroller–State Energy Conservation Office            11,727,113.99          21,721,436.37      85.2           21,721,436.37
930 Treasury Safekeeping Trust Company                       2,279,774.18           2,453,703.65       7.6                    0.00
     TOTAL EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE                  3,416,203,303.87       4,078,314,661.07      19.4        1,759,302,279.75

REGULATORY
204 Court Reporter Certification Board                        165,040.97              12,992.74      (92.1)              12,992.74
312 State Securities Board                                  3,776,788.67           4,898,049.60       29.7            4,898,049.60
329 Texas Real Estate Commission                            6,379,484.92           7,103,241.23       11.3            4,405,062.12
337 Board of Tax Professional Examiners                       137,006.67             154,380.81       12.7              154,380.81
359 Office of Public Insurance Counsel                      1,308,553.91             979,315.01      (25.2)             979,315.01
370 Texas Residential Construction Commission                       0.00           1,714,443.96                       1,714,443.96
450 Savings and Loan Department                             1,741,799.45           2,715,191.04       55.9            2,668,947.36
451 Texas Department of Banking                            10,008,858.58          10,982,102.93        9.7           10,982,102.93
452 Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation            7,778,719.93           9,904,765.12       27.3            9,877,990.12
453 Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission                 51,131,973.70          49,468,286.82       (3.3)          49,468,286.82
454 Texas Department of Insurance                          46,889,286.20          47,285,442.43        0.8           47,285,442.43
456 Board of Plumbing Examiners                             1,571,869.58           1,517,268.03       (3.5)           1,517,268.03
457 Texas State Board of Public Accountancy                 3,271,091.63           2,949,049.54       (9.8)                   0.00
458 Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission                    24,927,292.14          26,228,218.94        5.2           26,228,218.94
459 Texas Board of Architectural Examiners                  1,764,270.80           1,417,718.83      (19.6)                   0.00
460 Texas Board of Professional Engineers                   2,003,846.60           2,212,174.52       10.4                    0.00
464 Texas Board of Professional Land Surveying                318,386.67             336,594.09        5.7              336,594.09
466 Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner                  2,439,974.27           2,644,595.91        8.4            2,644,595.91
467 Texas Commission on Private Security                    1,612,379.30             238,350.54      (85.2)             238,350.54
469 Credit Union Department                                 1,489,285.04           1,564,828.80        5.1            1,564,828.80
472 Texas Structural Pest Control Board                     1,454,555.61           1,466,774.00        0.8            1,466,774.00
473 Public Utility Commission of Texas                    171,157,196.75         112,888,820.83      (34.0)         112,888,820.83
476 Texas Racing Commission                                11,190,363.28          10,388,971.97       (7.2)           9,157,244.02
478 Research and Oversight Council on Workers’
      Compensation                                            860,040.66             143,922.32      (83.3)             143,922.32
481 Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists                 164,932.82             489,604.47      196.9              489,604.47
502 State Board of Barber Examiners                           549,717.39             577,532.39        5.1              577,532.39
503 Texas State Board of Medical Examiners                  5,249,389.42           6,740,691.55       28.4            6,740,691.55
504 State Board of Dental Examiners                         1,353,836.00           1,398,042.75        3.3            1,398,042.75
505 Cosmetology Commission                                  2,156,161.62           2,037,783.88       (5.5)           2,037,783.88
507 Board of Nurse Examiners                                2,995,344.30           3,332,010.29       11.2            3,332,010.29
508 Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners                     312,074.00             306,810.51       (1.7)             306,810.51
511 Board of Vocational Nurse Examiners                     1,358,980.92             764,774.16      (43.7)             764,774.16
512 State Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners                195,178.03             197,615.53        1.2              197,615.53
513 Texas Funeral Service Commission                          727,831.13             627,361.29      (13.8)             627,361.29
514 Texas Optometry Board                                     339,483.50             338,517.58       (0.3)             338,517.58
515 Texas State Board of Pharmacy                           2,822,469.73           2,893,029.31        2.5            2,893,029.31
520 Board of Examiners of Psychologists                       642,221.95             611,705.67       (4.8)             611,705.67
533 Executive Council of Physical and Occupational
      Therapy Examiners                                       756,083.45             883,568.94       16.9              883,568.94
578 State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners               542,166.08             599,259.47       10.5              599,259.47
    TOTAL REGULATORY                                      373,543,935.67         321,013,807.80      (14.1)         310,431,939.17

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TABLE 14 (continued)
NET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION AND DEPARTMENT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                   2003                    2004                               2004
                                                               Expenditures            Expenditures       Percentage     Expenditures
                                                                (All Funds)             (All Funds)        Change       (Excludes Trust)

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
318 Texas Commission for the Blind                        $       43,344,350.48   $       45,793,004.86        5.6 % $     45,793,004.86
320 Texas Workforce Commission                                 4,027,039,129.96        3,295,518,845.65      (18.2)       999,004,519.73
324 Department of Human Services                               4,718,749,276.26        4,746,683,387.81        0.6      4,746,683,387.81
330 Texas Rehabilitation Commission                              280,293,595.37          267,536,495.63       (4.6)       267,536,495.63
335 Texas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing              2,170,458.35            2,328,639.10        7.3          2,328,639.10
340 Texas Department on Aging                                     78,205,262.50           77,407,833.78       (1.0)        77,407,833.78
344 Commission on Human Rights                                     2,311,583.58            1,317,719.60      (43.0)         1,317,719.60
364 Health Professions Council                                       154,377.58              122,495.43      (20.7)           122,495.43
403 Texas Veterans Commission                                      3,266,652.37            3,467,924.35        6.2          3,467,924.35
501 Texas Department of Health                                 1,715,544,019.54        1,335,670,721.46      (22.1)     1,335,670,721.46
517 Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse                   144,591,581.13          145,552,357.17        0.7        145,552,357.17
527 Texas Cancer Council                                           3,301,541.94            3,034,586.71       (8.1)         3,034,586.71
529 Health and Human Services Commission                      11,603,605,109.21       12,201,942,280.66        5.2     12,201,942,280.66
530 Department of Family and Protective Services                 825,883,208.11          800,420,074.06       (3.1)       800,420,074.06
532 Interagency Council on Early Childhood Intervention          110,676,083.32          118,640,865.69        7.2        118,640,865.69
655 Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental
      Retardation                                              2,283,218,704.54        2,217,188,360.68       (2.9)     2,217,188,360.68
    TOTAL HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES                           25,842,354,934.24       25,262,625,592.64       (2.2)    22,966,111,266.72

NATURAL RESOURCES/RECREATIONAL
305 General Land Office                                          657,771,346.66        1,123,007,479.46       70.7       1,123,007,479.46
317 General Land Office–Fiscal                                    13,910,140.70          155,981,888.68    1,021.4          12,513,671.84
369 Texas Council on Environmental Technology                        644,460.38              648,635.87        0.6             648,635.87
455 Railroad Commission of Texas                                  51,857,289.27           52,044,202.56        0.4          52,044,202.56
551 Department of Agriculture                                     61,307,055.11           46,046,966.28      (24.9)         46,046,248.40
554 Texas Animal Health Commission                                12,176,577.50           15,320,973.29       25.8          15,320,973.29
579 Rio Grande Compact Commission                                    130,706.51              122,280.78       (6.4)            122,280.78
580 Texas Water Development Board                                 83,978,081.90          106,613,570.26       27.0         106,613,570.26
582 Texas Commission on Environmental Quality                    303,132,427.55          330,729,992.01        9.1         330,729,992.01
583 Sabine River Compact Administration                               48,987.57               50,374.17        2.8              50,374.17
592 Soil and Water Conservation Board                             21,846,045.91           19,235,752.50      (11.9)         19,235,752.50
596 Red River Compact Commission                                      29,190.39               28,683.30       (1.7)             28,683.30
598 Canadian River Commission                                         16,603.27               16,615.12        0.1              16,615.12
599 Pecos River Compact Commission                                   126,278.85              114,663.50       (9.2)            114,663.50
802 Parks and Wildlife Department                                178,492,915.96          207,623,536.31       16.3         207,584,377.06
904 Texas Food and Fibers Commission                               1,331,827.77            1,351,824.60        1.5           1,351,824.60
    TOTAL NATURAL RESOURCES/RECREATIONAL                       1,386,799,935.30        2,058,937,438.69       48.5       1,915,429,344.72

TRANSPORTATION
601 Texas Department of Transportation                         5,149,139,318.37        5,662,731,742.88      10.0        5,247,885,842.94
    TOTAL TRANSPORTATION                                       5,149,139,318.37        5,662,731,742.88      10.0        5,247,885,842.94

LOTTERY WINNINGS PAID
362 Texas Lottery Commission                                    413,873,102.83          517,149,750.51       25.0         517,149,750.51
     TOTAL LOTTERY WINNINGS PAID                                413,873,102.83          517,149,750.51       25.0         517,149,750.51

PUBLIC SAFETY AND CORRECTIONS
401 Adjutant General’s Department                                37,612,190.57           42,849,145.90       13.9          42,849,145.90
405 Texas Department of Public Safety                           552,734,697.25          528,495,680.45       (4.4)        528,495,680.45
406 Texas Military Facilities Commission                          1,389,205.24            1,602,806.11       15.4           1,602,806.11
407 Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards
       and Education                                               3,701,927.16            2,520,016.17      (31.9)          2,520,016.17
409 Commission on Jail Standards                                     915,547.75              794,663.74      (13.2)            794,663.74
410 Criminal Justice Policy Council                                1,317,614.68              203,755.38      (84.5)            203,755.38
411 Texas Commission on Fire Protection                            2,783,846.37            2,891,920.66        3.9           2,891,920.66
665 Texas Juvenile Probation Commission                          136,855,983.19          131,389,895.91       (4.0)        131,389,895.91
694 Texas Youth Commission                                       238,584,802.41          226,621,890.22       (5.0)        226,621,527.72
696 Texas Department of Criminal Justice                       2,414,910,840.98        2,338,348,772.20       (3.2)      2,338,348,772.20
     TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY AND CORRECTIONS                       3,390,806,655.60        3,275,718,546.74       (3.4)      3,275,718,184.24



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NET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION AND DEPARTMENT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                    2003                    2004                              2004
                                                                Expenditures            Expenditures       Percentage    Expenditures
                                                                 (All Funds)             (All Funds)        Change      (Excludes Trust)

EDUCATION
315 Comptroller–Prepaid Higher Education Tuition Board     $       42,271,677.71   $       50,687,628.86      19.9 % $              0.00
323 Teacher Retirement System of Texas                          1,245,365,574.01        1,281,628,801.30       2.9      1,281,628,801.30
367 Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund Board                  288,652,041.60           41,700,165.51     (85.6)        41,700,165.51
506 University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center               224,862,271.74          277,782,817.11      23.5        273,358,127.59
555 Texas Cooperative Extension                                    41,047,756.33           42,046,913.46       2.4         42,046,913.46
556 Texas Agricultural Experiment Station                          48,310,678.82           45,374,562.09      (6.1)        45,374,562.09
557 Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory                  4,405,274.00            4,580,627.47       4.0          4,580,627.47
576 Texas Forest Service                                           33,281,539.00           28,346,494.63     (14.8)        28,346,494.63
577 Texas Wildlife Damage Management Service                        3,231,045.34              280,742.46     (91.3)           280,742.46
701 Texas Education Agency                                     14,211,554,696.09       14,237,581,671.75       0.2     14,237,581,671.75
704 Public Community/Junior Colleges                              733,436,403.00          753,616,090.00       2.8        753,616,090.00
705 State Board for Educator Certification                         20,241,812.87           16,482,779.28     (18.6)        16,482,779.28
709 Texas A&M University System Health Science Center              59,878,860.52           55,187,635.56      (7.8)        53,853,704.12
710 Texas A&M University System                                     7,777,088.19            9,761,639.76      25.5          9,761,639.76
711 Texas A&M University (Main University)                        327,833,568.52          326,128,658.66      (0.5)       326,128,658.66
712 Texas Engineering Experiment Station                           13,896,445.92           13,952,166.78       0.4         13,952,166.78
713 Tarleton State University                                      34,605,325.32           35,404,967.23       2.3         35,404,967.23
714 University of Texas at Arlington                              110,589,725.29          112,295,759.53       1.5        112,295,759.53
715 Prairie View A&M University                                    57,180,694.78           61,002,995.60       6.7         61,002,995.60
716 Texas Engineering Extension Service                             5,675,647.93            5,245,907.49      (7.6)         5,245,907.49
717 Texas Southern University                                      63,899,401.11           59,234,474.89      (7.3)        59,234,474.89
718 Texas A&M University at Galveston                              13,841,638.49           12,215,986.77     (11.7)        12,215,986.77
719 Texas State Technical College System                           69,823,217.84           67,244,261.14      (3.7)        67,244,261.14
720 University of Texas System                                     28,612,982.40           26,060,774.38      (8.9)        26,060,774.38
721 University of Texas at Austin                                 431,931,778.74          424,707,541.37      (1.7)       424,707,541.37
723 University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston               309,240,518.39          373,573,692.05      20.8        370,732,942.01
724 University of Texas at El Paso                                 84,866,134.58           78,635,961.22      (7.3)        78,082,973.43
727 Texas Transportation Institute                                  3,328,890.32            3,561,194.93       7.0          3,561,194.93
729 University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
      at Dallas                                                   97,523,643.40          104,044,661.53        6.7        100,327,666.98
730 University of Houston                                        204,668,357.26          198,100,727.13       (3.2)       198,100,727.13
731 Texas Woman’s University                                      57,086,775.21           57,109,528.43        0.0         57,109,528.43
732 Texas A&M University–Kingsville                               38,113,814.74           40,006,866.46        5.0         40,006,866.46
733 Texas Tech University                                        144,473,521.23          147,511,708.19        2.1        147,511,708.19
734 Lamar University                                              40,604,137.79           41,325,368.09        1.8         41,325,368.09
735 Midwestern State University                                   23,960,572.43           24,367,270.89        1.7         24,367,270.89
736 University of Texas–Pan American                              72,695,025.56           71,619,001.85       (1.5)        71,619,001.85
737 Angelo State University                                       31,773,083.66           30,242,554.87       (4.8)        30,242,554.87
738 University of Texas at Dallas                                 76,692,062.70           75,494,493.19       (1.6)        75,494,493.19
739 Texas Tech University Health Science Center                   89,413,281.46           97,178,271.03        8.7         94,713,613.95
742 University of Texas of the Permian Basin                      14,612,909.68           14,328,664.12       (1.9)        14,328,664.12
743 University of Texas at San Antonio                            90,355,667.21           92,382,258.40        2.2         92,382,258.40
744 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston         126,627,202.03          120,047,411.10       (5.2)       116,729,612.58
745 University of Texas Health Science Center at
      San Antonio                                                129,920,652.32          111,507,286.97      (14.2)       107,590,750.31
747 University of Texas at Brownsville                            19,356,456.55           19,617,357.16        1.3         19,617,357.16
750 University of Texas at Tyler                                  23,964,092.55           24,936,284.38        4.1         24,936,284.38
751 Texas A&M University–Commerce                                 38,921,829.79           39,245,023.09        0.8         39,245,023.09
752 University of North Texas                                    131,572,737.64          129,098,834.65       (1.9)       129,098,834.65
753 Sam Houston State University                                  60,598,837.00           58,804,121.37       (3.0)        58,804,121.37
754 Texas State University–San Marcos                             93,801,616.57          102,088,553.52        8.8        102,088,553.52
755 Stephen F. Austin University                                  62,850,554.95           56,442,433.87      (10.2)        56,442,433.87
756 Sul Ross State University                                     21,519,674.74           19,208,625.29      (10.7)        19,208,625.29
757 West Texas A&M University                                     33,805,462.05           33,251,365.18       (1.6)        33,251,365.18
758 Board of Regents, Texas State University System                1,137,284.23            1,150,108.78        1.1          1,150,108.78
759 University of Houston–Clear Lake                              35,637,990.94           35,852,663.94        0.6         35,852,663.94
760 Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi                           40,078,967.09           40,699,770.26        1.5         40,699,770.26
761 Texas A&M International University                            25,642,975.44           26,967,221.59        5.2         26,967,221.59
763 University of North Texas Health Science Center at
      Fort Worth                                                  43,205,733.63           41,643,806.13       (3.6)        39,880,811.14
764 Texas A&M University–Texarkana                                 9,386,924.59            9,773,236.52        4.1          9,773,236.52
765 University of Houston–Victoria                                10,700,121.75           10,881,002.13        1.7         10,881,002.13
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TABLE 14 (continued)
NET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION AND DEPARTMENT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                     2003                    2004                              2004
                                                                 Expenditures            Expenditures       Percentage    Expenditures
                                                                  (All Funds)             (All Funds)        Change      (Excludes Trust)

EDUCATION (concluded)
768 Texas Tech University System                            $        8,031,162.80   $        8,096,879.32       0.8 % $      8,096,879.32
769 University of North Texas System                                 3,069,838.68            8,389,587.75     173.3          8,389,587.75
771 Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired                15,809,273.55           14,338,142.18      (9.3)        14,338,142.18
772 Texas School for the Deaf                                       18,900,226.76           18,318,222.32      (3.1)        18,318,222.32
781 Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board                      330,275,073.92          315,948,386.51      (4.3)       314,037,176.29
783 University of Houston System                                    10,413,031.96           10,346,355.87      (0.6)        10,346,355.87
784 University of Houston–Downtown                                  31,329,680.81           30,205,480.95      (3.6)        30,205,480.95
785 University of Texas Health Center at Tyler                      49,970,719.01           62,014,823.59      24.1         59,914,526.89
787 Lamar State College–Orange                                       6,565,851.42            6,403,166.94      (2.5)         6,403,166.94
788 Lamar State College–Port Arthur                                 10,839,272.87            9,514,731.99     (12.2)         9,514,731.99
789 Lamar Institute of Technology                                   10,642,820.62            9,825,927.11      (7.7)         9,825,927.11
    TOTAL EDUCATION                                             20,906,191,607.44       20,812,651,095.92      (0.4)    20,733,620,619.55

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS/PAYROLL RELATED COSTS
101 Senate                                                           6,217,908.53            5,342,451.28     (14.1)         5,342,451.28
102 House of Representatives                                         7,368,328.72            5,991,733.51     (18.7)         5,991,733.51
103 Texas Legislative Council                                        4,759,658.58            4,325,406.05      (9.1)         4,325,406.05
104 Legislative Budget Board                                         1,521,101.18            1,533,863.34       0.8          1,533,863.34
105 Legislative Reference Library                                      273,498.26              212,906.59     (22.2)           212,906.59
116 Sunset Advisory Committee                                          321,669.28              296,905.82      (7.7)           296,905.82
201 Supreme Court                                                      845,244.50              841,215.13      (0.5)           841,215.13
204 Court Reporter Certification Board                                  22,017.48                1,763.92     (92.0)             1,763.92
211 Court of Criminal Appeals                                          898,629.63              857,055.31      (4.6)           857,055.31
212 Office of Court Administration                                   1,889,411.83            2,047,859.36       8.4          2,047,859.36
213 State Prosecuting Attorney, Office of                               60,307.97               55,717.32      (7.6)            55,717.32
221 Court of Appeals–First Court of Appeals District                   632,786.01              621,505.11      (1.8)           621,505.11
222 Court of Appeals–Second Court of Appeals District                  507,280.21              495,489.33      (2.3)           495,489.33
223 Court of Appeals–Third Court of Appeals District                   494,608.82              452,919.01      (8.4)           452,919.01
224 Court of Appeals–Fourth Court of Appeals District                  497,486.36              504,961.72       1.5            504,961.72
225 Court of Appeals–Fifth Court of Appeals District                   824,723.58              775,347.17      (6.0)           775,347.17
226 Court of Appeals–Sixth Court of Appeals District                   211,909.87              216,821.93       2.3            216,821.93
227 Court of Appeals–Seventh Court of Appeals District                 286,426.19              328,717.00      14.8            328,717.00
228 Court of Appeals–Eighth Court of Appeals District                  358,818.74              312,122.93     (13.0)           312,122.93
229 Court of Appeals–Ninth Court of Appeals District                   222,655.84              232,049.74       4.2            232,049.74
230 Court of Appeals–Tenth Court of Appeals District                   217,205.87              197,654.32      (9.0)           197,654.32
231 Court of Appeals–Eleventh Court of Appeals District                243,907.22              234,964.28      (3.7)           234,964.28
232 Court of Appeals–Twelfth Court of Appeals District                 233,653.47              224,131.87      (4.1)           224,131.87
233 Court of Appeals–Thirteenth Court of Appeals District              464,812.67              467,080.06       0.5            467,080.06
234 Court of Appeals–Fourteenth Court of Appeals District              704,273.07              674,433.28      (4.2)           674,433.28
241 District Courts–Comptroller’s Judiciary Section                 14,996,771.52           14,560,279.93      (2.9)        14,560,279.93
242 State Commission on Judicial Conduct                               160,833.17              167,070.16       3.9            167,070.16
243 State Law Library                                                  108,437.57              111,440.72       2.8            111,440.72
300 Governor–Fiscal                                                    499,381.75            1,175,664.10     135.4          1,175,664.10
301 Governor–Executive                                               1,651,334.22            1,467,555.89     (11.1)         1,467,555.89
302 Attorney General                                                38,582,407.60           38,724,930.59       0.4         38,724,930.59
303 Texas Building and Procurement Commission                        4,624,172.41            3,945,662.16     (14.7)         3,945,662.16
304 Comptroller of Public Accounts                                  30,020,510.08           29,312,595.29      (2.4)        29,312,595.29
305 General Land Office                                              6,743,522.84            6,745,048.74       0.0          6,745,048.74
306 Texas State Library and Archives Commission                      1,796,732.11            1,577,648.52     (12.2)         1,577,648.52
307 Secretary of State                                               2,308,390.72            2,293,550.12      (0.6)         2,293,550.12
308 State Auditor                                                    2,692,017.53            2,608,733.31      (3.1)         2,608,733.31
312 State Securities Board                                             838,098.37              915,377.35       9.2            915,377.35
313 Department of Information Resources                              2,271,249.88            2,157,780.46      (5.0)         2,157,780.46
315 Comptroller–Prepaid Higher Education Tuition Board                 216,811.45              223,136.16       2.9                  0.00
318 Texas Commission for the Blind                                   5,595,796.39            5,185,403.95      (7.3)         5,185,403.95
320 Texas Workforce Commission                                      58,655,790.84           61,166,703.74       4.3         61,166,703.74
323 Teacher Retirement System of Texas                           1,814,445,776.71        1,774,329,596.72      (2.2)       283,334,567.28
324 Department of Human Services                                   128,266,533.78          111,131,942.38     (13.4)       111,131,942.38
325 Fire Fighter’s Pension Commissioner                                909,566.29              977,728.05       7.5            152,382.69
327 Employees Retirement System of Texas                         2,209,353,800.79        2,140,753,394.56      (3.1)       466,803,135.19
329 Texas Real Estate Commission                                       883,135.21              834,111.23      (5.6)           834,111.23

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NET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION AND DEPARTMENT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                2003                  2004                               2004
                                                            Expenditures          Expenditures      Percentage      Expenditures
                                                             (All Funds)           (All Funds)       Change        (Excludes Trust)

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS/PAYROLL RELATED COSTS (continued)
330 Texas Rehabilitation Commission                     $     23,115,808.54   $     21,793,880.58      (5.7) % $      21,793,880.58
332 Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs          3,426,103.57          3,164,783.04      (7.6)           1,503,958.29
333 Office of State–Federal Relations                            133,116.29             96,233.90     (27.7)              96,233.90
335 Texas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing            161,550.25            153,846.14      (4.8)             153,846.14
337 Board of Tax Professional Examiners                           36,180.38             31,832.83     (12.0)              31,832.83
338 State Pension Review Board                                   363,769.22            328,918.21      (9.6)             328,918.21
340 Texas Department on Aging                                    366,721.47            321,473.82     (12.3)             321,473.82
342 State Aircraft Pooling Board                                 298,637.44             23,336.65     (92.2)              23,336.65
344 Commission on Human Rights                                   448,410.74            252,534.42     (43.7)             252,534.42
347 Texas Public Finance Authority                               151,342.20            156,288.62       3.3              156,288.62
352 Bond Review Board                                            112,122.68            102,064.68      (9.0)             102,064.68
353 Texas Incentive and Productivity Commission                  256,179.86            131,957.62     (48.5)             131,957.62
354 Texas Aerospace Commission                                    30,622.11              2,904.35     (90.5)               2,904.35
356 Texas Ethics Commission                                      351,937.50            356,099.13       1.2              356,099.13
357 Office of Rural Community Affairs                            696,224.62            701,126.52       0.7              701,126.52
359 Office of Public Insurance Counsel                           201,967.73            187,360.37      (7.2)             187,360.37
360 State Office of Administrative Hearings                    1,321,184.21          1,291,895.80      (2.2)           1,291,895.80
362 Texas Lottery Commission                                   3,291,141.29          3,221,072.91      (2.1)           3,221,072.91
364 Health Professions Council                                    32,930.14             28,476.31     (13.5)              28,476.31
367 Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund Board                 316,135.70             25,208.51     (92.0)              25,208.51
370 Texas Residential Construction Commission                          0.00            143,669.89                        143,669.89
401 Adjutant General’s Department                              4,238,201.29          4,247,091.50       0.2            4,247,091.50
403 Texas Veterans Commission                                    821,074.04            763,785.10      (7.0)             763,785.10
405 Texas Department of Public Safety                         72,544,180.56         73,319,897.26       1.1           73,319,897.26
406 Texas Military Facilities Commission                         139,351.20            201,703.54      44.7              201,703.54
407 Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards
      and Education                                              448,208.18            427,007.67      (4.7)             427,007.67
409 Commission on Jail Standards                                 181,169.69            158,901.73     (12.3)             158,901.73
410 Criminal Justice Policy Council                              265,707.05             27,409.05     (89.7)              27,409.05
411 Texas Commission on Fire Protection                          326,285.72            316,192.08      (3.1)             316,192.08
450 Savings and Loan Department                                  349,134.14            393,950.95      12.8              393,950.95
451 Texas Department of Banking                                1,981,517.74          1,978,134.53      (0.2)           1,978,134.53
452 Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation               1,604,721.22          1,799,782.46      12.2            1,799,782.46
453 Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission                     9,676,001.68          8,973,461.38      (7.3)           8,973,461.38
454 Texas Department of Insurance                              9,749,263.54          9,057,088.41      (7.1)           9,057,088.41
455 Railroad Commission of Texas                               8,340,066.90          7,951,499.95      (4.7)           7,951,499.95
456 Board of Plumbing Examiners                                  287,580.41            269,344.46      (6.3)             269,344.46
457 Texas State Board of Public Accountancy                      406,297.68            353,218.42     (13.1)                   0.00
458 Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission                        5,102,444.14          5,139,855.64       0.7            5,139,855.64
459 Texas Board of Architectural Examiners                       221,625.73            215,292.61      (2.9)                   0.00
460 Texas Board of Professional Engineers                        289,781.62            301,615.37       4.1                    0.00
464 Texas Board of Professional Land Surveying                    49,126.25             47,719.93      (2.9)              47,719.93
466 Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner                       453,666.82            466,037.69       2.7              466,037.69
467 Texas Commission on Private Security                         300,452.33             15,263.33     (94.9)              15,263.33
469 Credit Union Department                                      267,616.65            294,560.23      10.1              294,560.23
472 Texas Structural Pest Control Board                          352,595.02            280,882.54     (20.3)             280,882.54
473 Public Utility Commission of Texas                         2,480,407.62          2,136,920.06     (13.8)           2,136,920.06
475 Office of Public Utility Counsel                             244,473.14            234,060.45      (4.3)             234,060.45
476 Texas Racing Commission                                      878,489.85            713,682.23     (18.8)             713,682.23
477 Commission on State Emergency Communications                 285,333.35            281,295.24      (1.4)             281,295.24
478 Research and Oversight Council on Workers’
      Compensation                                               140,265.29             17,776.49     (87.3)              17,776.49
479 State Office of Risk Management                           28,381,875.42         24,158,771.45     (14.9)          24,158,771.45
480 Texas Department of Economic Development                   1,227,478.21            107,549.30     (91.2)             107,549.30
481 Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists                     41,595.70             46,450.57      11.7               46,450.57
501 Texas Department of Health                                44,758,030.92         39,546,705.35     (11.6)          39,546,705.35
502 State Board of Barber Examiners                              121,569.60            103,787.66     (14.6)             103,787.66
503 Texas State Board of Medical Examiners                     1,090,331.32          1,305,060.95      19.7            1,305,060.95
504 State Board of Dental Examiners                              237,775.49            215,204.32      (9.5)             215,204.32
505 Cosmetology Commission                                       412,998.68            340,628.45     (17.5)             340,628.45
506 University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center           13,570,305.23         10,930,012.01     (19.5)          10,178,236.89
507 Board of Nurse Examiners                                     515,074.07            538,476.92       4.5              538,476.92
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NET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION AND DEPARTMENT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                  2003                  2004                               2004
                                                              Expenditures          Expenditures      Percentage      Expenditures
                                                               (All Funds)           (All Funds)       Change        (Excludes Trust)

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS/PAYROLL RELATED COSTS (continued)
508 Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners                 $         84,915.57   $         50,813.23     (40.2) % $          50,813.23
511 Board of Vocational Nurse Examiners                            226,759.65             98,377.48     (56.6)              98,377.48
512 State Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners                      42,710.93             33,901.63     (20.6)              33,901.63
513 Texas Funeral Service Commission                               126,915.18             99,469.12     (21.6)              99,469.12
514 Texas Optometry Board                                           66,451.94             56,856.41     (14.4)              56,856.41
515 Texas State Board of Pharmacy                                  567,624.08            484,628.50     (14.6)             484,628.50
517 Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse                   1,941,026.51          1,509,529.69     (22.2)           1,509,529.69
520 Board of Examiners of Psychologists                            122,498.03            109,117.28     (10.9)             109,117.28
527 Texas Cancer Council                                            80,443.39             55,790.69     (30.6)              55,790.69
529 Health and Human Services Commission                         6,594,571.18         16,041,045.35     143.2           16,041,045.35
530 Department of Family and Protective Services                61,834,849.10         57,341,494.15      (7.3)          57,341,494.15
532 Interagency Council on Early Childhood Intervention            611,059.45            509,842.49     (16.6)             509,842.49
533 Executive Council of Physical and Occupational
      Therapy Examiners                                            172,540.62            176,878.04       2.5              176,878.04
551 Department of Agriculture                                    4,876,548.67          4,700,264.32      (3.6)           4,700,264.32
554 Texas Animal Health Commission                               1,977,793.65          1,833,694.68      (7.3)           1,833,694.68
555 Texas Cooperative Extension                                 13,315,191.53         12,292,729.32      (7.7)          12,292,729.32
556 Texas Agricultural Experiment Station                       11,515,409.03          9,738,551.15     (15.4)           9,738,551.15
557 Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory                 689,391.94            561,898.80     (18.5)             561,898.80
576 Texas Forest Service                                         3,450,469.22          3,051,782.13     (11.6)           3,051,782.13
577 Texas Wildlife Damage Management Service                       926,481.57             15,566.93     (98.3)              15,566.93
578 State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners                    109,839.87             91,700.66     (16.5)              91,700.66
579 Rio Grande Compact Commission                                   23,609.43             22,767.58      (3.6)              22,767.58
580 Texas Water Development Board                                3,532,122.79          3,166,619.92     (10.3)           3,166,619.92
582 Texas Commission on Environmental Quality                   32,368,218.40         31,304,490.45      (3.3)          31,304,490.45
583 Sabine River Compact Administration                              5,906.01              8,776.48      48.6                8,776.48
592 Soil and Water Conservation Board                              648,777.08            520,066.64     (19.8)             520,066.64
596 Red River Compact Commission                                     8,767.38              8,804.65       0.4                8,804.65
598 Canadian River Commission                                        5,074.25              5,082.48       0.2                5,082.48
599 Pecos River Compact Commission                                   4,437.53              4,437.53       0.0                4,437.53
601 Texas Department of Transportation                         148,187,353.71        142,435,394.73      (3.9)         142,435,394.73
655 Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental
      Retardation                                              155,133,931.37        140,687,694.11      (9.3)         140,687,694.11
665 Texas Juvenile Probation Commission                            675,874.02            660,601.84      (2.3)             660,601.84
694 Texas Youth Commission                                      44,362,543.80         40,100,268.68      (9.6)          40,100,268.68
696 Texas Department of Criminal Justice                       362,302,737.81        335,402,576.41      (7.4)         335,402,576.41
701 Texas Education Agency                                       9,894,548.55          6,937,782.89     (29.9)           6,937,782.89
705 State Board for Educator Certification                         531,896.37            578,816.75       8.8              578,816.75
709 Texas A&M University System Health Science Center            8,997,892.94          7,382,150.58     (18.0)           7,330,552.82
710 Texas A&M University System                                  1,054,466.48            889,982.14     (15.6)             889,982.14
711 Texas A&M University (Main University)                      68,747,216.86         58,589,419.22     (14.8)          58,589,419.22
712 Texas Engineering Experiment Station                         4,057,681.81          2,869,533.14     (29.3)           2,869,533.14
713 Tarleton State University                                    7,390,785.92          6,711,858.35      (9.2)           6,711,858.35
714 University of Texas at Arlington                            23,921,272.08         20,997,957.75     (12.2)          20,997,957.75
715 Prairie View A&M University                                  9,286,197.54          9,485,672.79       2.1            9,485,672.79
716 Texas Engineering Extension Service                            492,849.53            331,460.22     (32.7)             331,460.22
717 Texas Southern University                                    6,077,871.71          6,480,083.63       6.6            6,480,083.63
718 Texas A&M University at Galveston                            2,546,238.12          2,312,096.03      (9.2)           2,312,096.03
719 Texas State Technical College System                         7,570,238.41          6,889,979.74      (9.0)           6,889,979.74
720 University of Texas System                                   2,614,074.71          2,493,004.90      (4.6)           2,493,004.90
721 University of Texas at Austin                               81,582,076.58         72,557,627.57     (11.1)          72,557,627.57
723 University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston             53,865,120.94         50,026,431.55      (7.1)          49,746,335.86
724 University of Texas at El Paso                              16,588,285.16         13,550,351.53     (18.3)          13,503,423.58
727 Texas Transportation Institute                                 834,844.60            815,232.76      (2.3)             815,232.76
729 University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at
      Dallas                                                    14,867,741.07         13,322,535.17     (10.4)          12,728,300.29
730 University of Houston                                       23,698,292.27         22,508,509.50      (5.0)          22,508,509.50
731 Texas Woman’s University                                     5,772,039.33          5,657,755.73      (2.0)           5,657,755.73
732 Texas A&M University–Kingsville                              8,209,580.61          7,545,992.33      (8.1)           7,545,992.33
733 Texas Tech University                                       15,891,166.66         16,731,463.38       5.3           16,731,463.38
734 Lamar University                                             4,953,572.49          5,523,592.35      11.5            5,523,592.35
735 Midwestern State University                                  2,961,060.87          3,404,029.08      15.0            3,404,029.08
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NET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION AND DEPARTMENT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                    2003                   2004                                2004
                                                                Expenditures           Expenditures       Percentage      Expenditures
                                                                 (All Funds)            (All Funds)        Change        (Excludes Trust)

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS/PAYROLL RELATED COSTS (concluded)
736 University of Texas–Pan American                        $     12,727,185.89    $     11,413,046.14      (10.3) % $      11,413,046.14
737 Angelo State University                                        3,333,692.86           3,066,878.16       (8.0)           3,066,878.16
738 University of Texas at Dallas                                 13,839,468.73          10,729,179.74      (22.5)          10,729,179.74
739 Texas Tech University Health Science Center                   10,299,871.27          12,338,571.42       19.8           11,999,701.04
742 University of Texas of the Permian Basin                       2,317,882.76           2,354,752.78        1.6            2,354,752.78
743 University of Texas at San Antonio                            16,581,591.09          15,430,017.20       (6.9)          15,430,017.20
744 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston          22,533,090.68          18,506,441.75      (17.9)          18,506,441.75
745 University of Texas Health Science Center at
      San Antonio                                                 19,309,630.27          15,576,954.02      (19.3)          15,364,533.53
747 University of Texas at Brownsville                             4,634,289.76           4,094,796.59      (11.6)           4,094,796.59
750 University of Texas at Tyler                                   4,499,580.11           4,314,172.89       (4.1)           4,314,172.89
751 Texas A&M University–Commerce                                  8,936,988.31           7,296,298.41      (18.4)           7,296,298.41
752 University of North Texas                                     14,065,875.30          10,770,983.90      (23.4)          10,770,983.90
753 Sam Houston State University                                   6,089,890.32           6,413,723.21        5.3            6,413,723.21
754 Texas State University–San Marcos                             10,790,309.34          11,393,509.33        5.6           11,393,509.33
755 Stephen F. Austin University                                   6,317,547.42           6,543,634.95        3.6            6,543,634.95
756 Sul Ross State University                                      1,865,239.40           1,640,898.30      (12.0)           1,640,898.30
757 West Texas A&M University                                      7,383,119.84           6,299,055.08      (14.7)           6,299,055.08
758 Board of Regents, Texas State University System                  128,087.29             129,052.94        0.8              129,052.94
759 University of Houston–Clear Lake                               3,979,344.25           4,238,276.71        6.5            4,238,276.71
760 Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi                            7,409,418.64           7,233,937.69       (2.4)           7,233,937.69
761 Texas A&M International University                             3,938,452.63           3,768,451.02       (4.3)           3,768,451.02
763 University of North Texas Health Science Center at
      Fort Worth                                                   4,349,334.69           4,457,640.72        2.5            4,156,953.19
764 Texas A&M University–Texarkana                                 1,435,930.38           1,330,091.87       (7.4)           1,330,091.87
765 University of Houston–Victoria                                 1,699,632.27           1,334,041.07      (21.5)           1,334,041.07
768 Texas Tech University System                                     619,051.51             617,753.11       (0.2)             617,753.11
769 University of North Texas System                                 218,699.61             255,746.25       16.9              255,746.25
771 Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired               3,447,874.48           2,962,755.89      (14.1)           2,962,755.89
772 Texas School for the Deaf                                      4,221,367.68           3,801,977.33       (9.9)           3,801,977.33
781 Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board                      3,140,423.03           3,157,381.72        0.5            3,157,381.72
783 University of Houston System                                     639,150.20             972,846.64       52.2              972,846.64
784 University of Houston–Downtown                                 3,316,747.51           4,069,327.82       22.7            4,069,327.82
785 University of Texas Health Center at Tyler                     4,624,964.36           3,889,302.80      (15.9)           3,597,309.22
787 Lamar State College–Orange                                       649,141.63             674,444.74        3.9              674,444.74
788 Lamar State College–Port Arthur                                1,209,876.96           1,150,948.64       (4.9)           1,150,948.64
789 Lamar Institute of Technology                                  1,084,655.18           1,037,444.78       (4.4)           1,037,444.78
802 Parks and Wildlife Department                                 28,956,341.57          27,051,110.96       (6.6)          27,042,151.83
808 Texas Historical Commission                                      958,170.08             874,698.86       (8.7)             874,698.86
809 State Preservation Board                                       1,691,461.09           1,397,013.78      (17.4)             713,734.17
813 Texas Commission on the Arts                                     225,033.72             206,038.29       (8.4)             206,038.29
902 Comptroller–State Fiscal                                      29,118,388.12          28,785,583.11       (1.1)          28,785,583.11
904 Texas Food and Fibers Commission                                  10,587.14              10,933.44        3.3               10,933.44
907 Comptroller–State Energy Conservation Office                     238,723.66             235,957.60       (1.2)             235,957.60
930 Treasury Safekeeping Trust Company                               498,526.77             519,104.23        4.1                    0.00
    TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS/PAYROLL
      RELATED COSTS                                             6,115,928,048.64       5,857,921,079.60      (4.2)       2,685,316,411.77

CAPITAL OUTLAY
101 Senate                                                            18,571.85              10,949.85      (41.0)              10,949.85
102 House of Representatives                                               0.00               5,258.89                           5,258.89
103 Texas Legislative Council                                      1,447,178.47           1,158,768.74      (19.9)           1,158,768.74
104 Legislative Budget Board                                               0.00              12,922.98                          12,922.98
211 Court of Criminal Appeals                                              0.00              94,950.00                          94,950.00
212 Office of Court Administration                                   196,685.94             402,840.29      104.8              402,840.29
225 Court of Appeals–Fifth Court of Appeals District                       0.00              67,336.70                          67,336.70
228 Court of Appeals–Eighth Court of Appeals District                      0.00               7,900.81                           7,900.81
231 Court of Appeals–Eleventh Court of Appeals District                6,384.36                   0.00     (100.0)                   0.00
233 Court of Appeals–Thirteenth Court of Appeals District              3,215.52               3,771.65       17.3                3,771.65
242 State Commission on Judicial Conduct                              13,185.34                   0.00     (100.0)                   0.00
243 State Law Library                                                  9,788.00                   0.00     (100.0)                   0.00

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NET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION AND DEPARTMENT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                 2003                2004                                   2004
                                                             Expenditures        Expenditures       Percentage         Expenditures
                                                              (All Funds)         (All Funds)        Change           (Excludes Trust)

CAPITAL OUTLAY (continued)
301 Governor–Executive                                   $              0.00 $          5,020.00                % $           5,020.00
302 Attorney General                                            4,039,333.15        2,972,107.25      (26.4)              2,972,107.25
303 Texas Building and Procurement Commission                  11,782,941.41       16,134,469.86       36.9              16,134,469.86
304 Comptroller of Public Accounts                               (399,387.65)         404,970.37      201.4                 404,970.37
305 General Land Office                                         2,227,684.85       12,807,140.61      474.9              12,807,140.61
306 Texas State Library and Archives Commission                   216,156.79           78,052.50      (63.9)                 78,052.50
307 Secretary of State                                            293,177.41          106,331.98      (63.7)                106,331.98
308 State Auditor                                                  40,183.98            8,820.00      (78.1)                  8,820.00
312 State Securities Board                                              0.00            5,103.00                              5,103.00
313 Department of Information Resources                         8,554,873.11       11,384,216.14        33.1             11,384,216.14
315 Comptroller–Prepaid Higher Education Tuition Board            140,210.20           42,212.33       (69.9)                     0.00
317 General Land Office–Fiscal                                 22,326,849.43       58,677,697.36       162.8             58,677,697.36
318 Texas Commission for the Blind                                501,944.70          306,661.42       (38.9)               306,661.42
320 Texas Workforce Commission                                  4,264,324.12        2,782,518.62       (34.7)             2,782,518.62
323 Teacher Retirement System of Texas                            931,697.14        1,392,752.87        49.5                      0.00
324 Department of Human Services                               20,940,044.71       22,181,207.54         5.9             22,181,207.54
325 Fire Fighter’s Pension Commissioner                             5,981.79           16,402.00       174.2                 10,042.00
327 Employees Retirement System of Texas                          702,101.16          311,765.14       (55.6)                     0.00
329 Texas Real Estate Commission                                   21,139.00            5,364.65       (74.6)                 5,364.65
330 Texas Rehabilitation Commission                               378,096.29          526,898.52        39.4                526,898.52
332 Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs             112,123.90           77,798.53       (30.6)                28,038.59
335 Texas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing              10,565.00                0.00      (100.0)                     0.00
337 Board of Tax Professional Examiners                             5,887.25                0.00      (100.0)                     0.00
338 State Pension Review Board                                      2,498.13            1,922.00       (23.1)                 1,922.00
342 State Aircraft Pooling Board                                   12,740.00                0.00      (100.0)                     0.00
344 Commission on Human Rights                                      6,085.00                0.00      (100.0)                     0.00
347 Texas Public Finance Authority                             21,028,467.99        8,968,590.52       (57.4)             8,968,590.52
352 Bond Review Board                                             (39,596.58)          (2,465.00)       93.8                 (2,465.00)
356 Texas Ethics Commission                                         7,931.00           87,595.84     1,004.5                 87,595.84
357 Office of Rural Community Affairs                                   0.00           34,635.00                             34,635.00
359 Office of Public Insurance Counsel                             13,325.00                0.00     (100.0)                      0.00
360 State Office of Administrative Hearings                        74,035.47          (34,283.18)    (146.3)                (34,283.18)
362 Texas Lottery Commission                                      743,895.78          922,464.79       24.0                 922,464.79
367 Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund Board                  (19,722.00)               0.00      100.0                       0.00
370 Texas Residential Construction Commission                           0.00          223,313.16                            223,313.16
401 Adjutant General’s Department                               6,286,149.73       (1,746,198.83)    (127.8)             (1,746,198.83)
403 Texas Veterans Commission                                        (111.48)               0.00      100.0                       0.00
405 Texas Department of Public Safety                          35,247,641.89       28,245,040.85      (19.9)             28,245,040.85
406 Texas Military Facilities Commission                          805,419.23          163,601.83      (79.7)                163,601.83
407 Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards
      and Education                                                21,610.58           58,241.17      169.5                  58,241.17
409 Commission on Jail Standards                                   24,416.41           16,995.13      (30.4)                 16,995.13
410 Criminal Justice Policy Council                                11,953.84                0.00     (100.0)                      0.00
411 Texas Commission on Fire Protection                           (10,305.00)               0.00      100.0                       0.00
450 Savings and Loan Department                                    13,603.37          (15,458.55)    (213.6)                (15,458.55)
451 Texas Department of Banking                                    15,900.00           (1,420.50)    (108.9)                 (1,420.50)
452 Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation                  277,930.03          246,907.27      (11.2)                246,907.27
453 Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission                      1,059,367.24        1,297,517.80       22.5               1,297,517.80
454 Texas Department of Insurance                                 203,318.64          231,295.94       13.8                 231,295.94
455 Railroad Commission of Texas                                1,474,464.88        1,382,802.93       (6.2)              1,382,802.93
456 Board of Plumbing Examiners                                    16,376.90           14,599.00      (10.9)                 14,599.00
457 Texas State Board of Public Accountancy                             0.00           24,500.00                                  0.00
458 Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission                           219,236.65        1,749,391.16      697.9               1,749,391.16
459 Texas Board of Architectural Examiners                          2,597.85           (2,597.85)    (200.0)                      0.00
464 Texas Board of Professional Land Surveying                      4,690.74                0.00     (100.0)                      0.00
466 Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner                          2,361.00           13,410.44      468.0                  13,410.44
469 Credit Union Department                                       (12,246.00)               0.00      100.0                       0.00
473 Public Utility Commission of Texas                            413,636.27          (19,988.51)    (104.8)                (19,988.51)
475 Office of Public Utility Counsel                               23,531.00                0.00     (100.0)                      0.00
476 Texas Racing Commission                                             0.00           20,554.08                             20,554.08
477 Commission on State Emergency Communications                   11,236.80            2,750.00       (75.5)                 2,750.00

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TABLE 14 (continued)
NET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION AND DEPARTMENT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                  2003                2004                                 2004
                                                              Expenditures        Expenditures       Percentage       Expenditures
                                                               (All Funds)         (All Funds)        Change         (Excludes Trust)

CAPITAL OUTLAY (continued)
478 Research and Oversight Council on Workers’
      Compensation                                        $          5,195.00 $              0.00      (100.0) % $               0.00
479 State Office of Risk Management                                 13,186.00           33,042.20       150.6               33,042.20
480 Texas Department of Economic Development                        13,185.02                0.00      (100.0)                   0.00
481 Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists                            0.00           13,237.00                           13,237.00
501 Texas Department of Health                                   4,782,070.29        4,373,591.04        (8.5)           4,373,591.04
502 State Board of Barber Examiners                                      0.00            6,036.00                            6,036.00
503 Texas State Board of Medical Examiners                           5,436.80           16,225.95       198.4               16,225.95
504 State Board of Dental Examiners                                  5,745.00                0.00      (100.0)                   0.00
505 Cosmetology Commission                                           3,417.37            6,225.00        82.2                6,225.00
506 University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center                200,376.40          927,945.16       363.1                    0.00
507 Board of Nurse Examiners                                             0.00            5,819.00                            5,819.00
511 Board of Vocational Nurse Examiners                             (4,398.53)               0.00      100.0                     0.00
512 State Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners                           0.00            6,381.00                            6,381.00
513 Texas Funeral Service Commission                                87,106.92           (5,600.00)     (106.4)              (5,600.00)
515 Texas State Board of Pharmacy                                    4,527.52           28,519.05       529.9               28,519.05
517 Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse                     234,536.58            6,137.00       (97.4)               6,137.00
520 Board of Examiners of Psychologists                              5,529.00                0.00      (100.0)                   0.00
529 Health and Human Services Commission                           394,038.18          409,953.50         4.0              409,953.50
530 Department of Family and Protective Services                 1,693,357.17          126,661.00       (92.5)             126,661.00
532 Interagency Council on Early Childhood Intervention             14,300.00                0.00      (100.0)                   0.00
551 Department of Agriculture                                      434,387.70          741,168.42        70.6              741,168.42
554 Texas Animal Health Commission                                  11,808.00           75,111.09       536.1               75,111.09
555 Texas Cooperative Extension                                    376,818.66          130,380.00       (65.4)             130,380.00
556 Texas Agricultural Experiment Station                          217,561.34          418,365.87        92.3              418,365.87
557 Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory                 428,640.93          563,487.84        31.5              563,487.84
576 Texas Forest Service                                           999,072.39          132,325.41       (86.8)             132,325.41
577 Texas Wildlife Damage Management Service                       178,553.42                0.00      (100.0)                   0.00
578 State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners                        175.35                0.00      (100.0)                   0.00
580 Texas Water Development Board                                  552,717.74          385,070.43       (30.3)             385,070.43
582 Texas Commission on Environmental Quality                    5,181,627.02        4,680,697.26        (9.7)           4,680,697.26
592 Soil and Water Conservation Board                                3,425.00                0.00      (100.0)                   0.00
601 Texas Department of Transportation                          50,348,467.60      100,309,067.38        99.2          100,255,125.38
655 Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental
      Retardation                                               11,252,590.53        8,773,245.30       (22.0)           8,773,245.30
665 Texas Juvenile Probation Commission                                (42.61)          17,712.00    41,667.7               17,712.00
694 Texas Youth Commission                                      21,523,518.23        7,368,406.14       (65.8)           7,368,406.14
696 Texas Department of Criminal Justice                        25,818,594.07       18,307,183.80       (29.1)          18,307,183.80
701 Texas Education Agency                                       3,312,086.79        1,185,609.75       (64.2)           1,185,609.75
705 State Board for Educator Certification                         129,111.07           31,291.00       (75.8)              31,291.00
709 Texas A&M University System Health Science Center              421,755.47          489,229.54        16.0              475,352.74
710 Texas A&M University System                                     42,076.00                0.00      (100.0)                   0.00
711 Texas A&M University (Main University)                       1,627,675.96        1,187,221.66       (27.1)           1,187,221.66
712 Texas Engineering Experiment Station                            50,935.86           59,018.48        15.9               59,018.48
713 Tarleton State University                                      266,945.89          233,500.20       (12.5)             233,500.20
714 University of Texas at Arlington                             1,188,550.93          269,740.94       (77.3)             269,740.94
715 Prairie View A&M University                                  1,395,314.43          285,142.87       (79.6)             285,142.87
716 Texas Engineering Extension Service                             16,287.00           49,664.00       204.9               49,664.00
717 Texas Southern University                                    3,132,539.38        2,782,604.19       (11.2)           2,782,604.19
718 Texas A&M University at Galveston                              433,604.71           72,472.15       (83.3)              72,472.15
719 Texas State Technical College System                         2,317,894.09        1,082,341.57       (53.3)           1,082,341.57
720 University of Texas System                                     835,072.45        1,056,485.20        26.5            1,056,485.20
721 University of Texas at Austin                               10,003,904.86        4,977,511.00       (50.2)           4,977,511.00
723 University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston                870,502.29          177,089.39       (79.7)                  97.50
724 University of Texas at El Paso                                 672,204.92          176,585.47       (73.7)             144,458.94
727 Texas Transportation Institute                                  84,756.72           13,000.00       (84.7)              13,000.00
729 University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at
      Dallas                                                       737,180.65        2,007,132.12      172.3             1,818,633.30
730 University of Houston                                        9,033,148.45        6,500,999.42      (28.0)            6,500,999.42
731 Texas Woman’s University                                     3,597,559.61        1,149,810.41      (68.0)            1,149,810.41
732 Texas A&M University–Kingsville                              1,226,996.48        1,292,881.35        5.4             1,292,881.35
733 Texas Tech University                                        9,479,870.49       20,984,123.44      121.4            20,984,123.44
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TABLE 14 (continued)
NET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION AND DEPARTMENT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                   2003                   2004                               2004
                                                               Expenditures           Expenditures       Percentage     Expenditures
                                                                (All Funds)            (All Funds)        Change       (Excludes Trust)

CAPITAL OUTLAY (concluded)
734 Lamar University                                       $        666,377.65    $      2,906,282.79      336.1 % $       2,906,282.79
735 Midwestern State University                                     864,619.26           1,526,548.62       76.6           1,526,548.62
736 University of Texas–Pan American                              1,673,324.93           1,426,701.00      (14.7)          1,426,701.00
737 Angelo State University                                       1,312,891.15           1,116,106.94      (15.0)          1,116,106.94
738 University of Texas at Dallas                                 2,239,291.38           1,270,039.79      (43.3)          1,270,039.79
739 Texas Tech University Health Science Center                  16,628,583.39           9,368,187.50      (43.7)          9,077,383.46
742 University of Texas of the Permian Basin                        127,589.62              14,508.50      (88.6)             14,508.50
743 University of Texas at San Antonio                              307,182.32               7,803.17      (97.5)              7,803.17
744 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston          3,041,645.56           3,358,611.56       10.4           3,081,146.14
745 University of Texas Health Science Center at
      San Antonio                                                   258,951.75           3,131,790.90     1,109.4            626,009.40
747 University of Texas at Brownsville                              220,155.10           2,536,057.16     1,051.9          2,536,057.16
750 University of Texas at Tyler                                    230,748.55              36,087.53       (84.4)            36,087.53
751 Texas A&M University–Commerce                                 3,039,634.59           2,766,270.75        (9.0)         2,766,270.75
752 University of North Texas                                     8,074,453.53           2,225,714.16       (72.4)         2,225,714.16
753 Sam Houston State University                                  1,956,179.63           2,725,403.54        39.3          2,725,403.54
754 Texas State University–San Marcos                             3,117,854.20           9,416,858.13       202.0          9,416,858.13
755 Stephen F. Austin University                                  4,104,166.25           1,911,005.03       (53.4)         1,911,005.03
756 Sul Ross State University                                     1,227,463.56             303,071.46       (75.3)           303,071.46
757 West Texas A&M University                                     1,734,081.47           1,425,640.15       (17.8)         1,425,640.15
759 University of Houston–Clear Lake                                483,498.20             707,692.47        46.4            707,692.47
760 Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi                           1,431,612.78           1,469,833.86         2.7          1,469,833.86
761 Texas A&M International University                              263,698.16             526,078.60        99.5            526,078.60
763 University of North Texas Health Science Center at
      Fort Worth                                                  3,087,775.60           1,040,943.60       (66.3)         1,046,510.12
764 Texas A&M University–Texarkana                                  330,083.55              49,773.50       (84.9)            49,773.50
765 University of Houston–Victoria                                   53,263.18              50,285.17        (5.6)            50,285.17
768 Texas Tech University System                                    120,501.50                   0.00      (100.0)                 0.00
769 University of North Texas System                                 16,872.10             207,210.82     1,128.1            207,210.82
771 Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired                 42,235.41           3,531,482.46     8,261.4          3,531,482.46
772 Texas School for the Deaf                                     3,875,163.50              43,008.00       (98.9)            43,008.00
781 Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board                        86,666.57             205,398.37       137.0            205,398.37
783 University of Houston System                                    167,114.24              23,559.41       (85.9)            23,559.41
784 University of Houston–Downtown                                2,298,959.51           1,797,115.34       (21.8)         1,797,115.34
785 University of Texas Health Center at Tyler                    2,799,572.39                   0.00      (100.0)                 0.00
787 Lamar State College–Orange                                      982,988.29           1,261,408.96        28.3          1,261,408.96
788 Lamar State College–Port Arthur                               2,047,334.23           1,464,071.15       (28.5)         1,464,071.15
789 Lamar Institute of Technology                                   366,672.77              32,067.01       (91.3)            32,067.01
802 Parks and Wildlife Department                                24,052,839.57          26,721,066.15        11.1         26,711,547.49
808 Texas Historical Commission                                     (17,106.89)             79,041.29       562.0             79,041.29
809 State Preservation Board                                        231,360.76             242,018.41         4.6             27,820.60
813 Texas Commission on the Arts                                          0.00                 179.98                            179.98
902 Comptroller–State Fiscal                                        425,703.10           3,567,741.00      738.1           3,567,741.00
904 Texas Food and Fibers Commission                                 49,527.76              39,200.00      (20.9)             39,200.00
907 Comptroller–State Energy Conservation Office                    (14,137.60)                  0.00      100.0                   0.00
     TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                       416,402,268.74         458,327,639.31       10.1         451,817,304.77

DEBT SERVICES-INTEREST
103 Texas Legislative Council                                        26,224.45                   0.00     (100.0)                  0.00
300 Governor–Fiscal                                                       0.00             158,245.45                        158,245.45
302 Attorney General                                                      0.00                 867.46                            867.46
305 General Land Office                                          77,810,621.27          65,675,074.45       (15.6)        65,675,074.45
311 Comptroller–Treasury Fiscal                                 160,118,062.50         147,941,633.88        (7.6)       147,941,633.88
320 Texas Workforce Commission                                            0.00           2,459,602.15                      2,459,602.15
324 Department of Human Services                                         57.50                   0.00     (100.0)                  0.00
327 Employees Retirement System of Texas                                  0.00              (1,017.88)                             0.00
347 Texas Public Finance Authority                              141,486,872.81         156,672,417.74       10.7         134,299,303.71
455 Railroad Commission of Texas                                          0.00                 (52.55)                           (52.55)
458 Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission                                   0.00               1,980.41                          1,980.41
480 Texas Department of Economic Development                      1,350,284.45                   0.00     (100.0)                  0.00
551 Department of Agriculture                                       418,796.57             368,833.96      (11.9)            368,833.96

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TABLE 14 (concluded)
NET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION AND DEPARTMENT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                    2003                    2004                                2004
                                                                Expenditures            Expenditures       Percentage      Expenditures
                                                                 (All Funds)             (All Funds)        Change        (Excludes Trust)

DEBT SERVICES-INTEREST (concluded)
555 Texas Cooperative Extension                            $             386.48    $               0.00     (100.0) % $               0.00
580 Texas Water Development Board                                 63,792,538.57           63,354,283.75       (0.7)          63,354,283.75
601 Texas Department of Transportation                                 1,614.91                  752.88      (53.4)                 752.88
655 Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental
      Retardation                                                         (2.21)                   0.00      100.0                    0.00
696 Texas Department of Criminal Justice                               4,275.93                    0.00     (100.0)                   0.00
701 Texas Education Agency                                                 0.00              158,220.18                         158,220.18
710 Texas A&M University System                                   21,250,490.10           26,862,977.89       26.4           26,862,977.89
717 Texas Southern University                                      1,782,488.85            4,168,326.11      133.8            4,168,326.11
719 Texas State Technical College System                             558,134.73              503,079.00       (9.9)             503,079.00
720 University of Texas System                                    67,405,392.87           56,673,732.51      (15.9)          56,673,732.51
721 University of Texas at Austin                                     11,758.93                8,446.03      (28.2)               8,446.03
730 University of Houston                                          1,993,932.41            1,248,595.42      (37.4)           1,248,595.42
731 Texas Woman’s University                                       1,665,740.00            1,368,435.00      (17.8)           1,368,435.00
733 Texas Tech University                                          2,292,939.77            3,594,628.14       56.8            3,594,628.14
735 Midwestern State University                                      729,539.07              379,124.38      (48.0)             379,124.38
736 University of Texas–Pan American                                 539,700.00              368,100.00      (31.8)             368,100.00
738 University of Texas at Dallas                                     12,816.10               14,083.83        9.9               14,083.83
739 Texas Tech University Health Science Center                    1,311,066.17            4,622,539.06      252.6            4,622,539.06
744 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston                   0.00                    2.85                               2.85
752 University of North Texas                                      2,572,714.50            2,747,173.09        6.8            2,747,173.09
753 Sam Houston State University                                     203,418.75                    0.00     (100.0)                   0.00
755 Stephen F. Austin University                                     877,239.88              765,840.00      (12.7)             765,840.00
758 Board of Regents, Texas State University System                6,991,811.02            4,779,033.36      (31.6)           4,779,033.36
759 University of Houston–Clear Lake                                 809,989.80               65,623.00      (91.9)              65,623.00
763 University of North Texas Health Science Center
      at Fort Worth                                                2,067,617.99            2,203,714.53        6.6            2,203,714.53
765 University of Houston–Victoria                                   883,541.48              878,378.70       (0.6)             878,378.70
781 Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board                     29,150,693.45           25,344,162.91      (13.1)          25,344,162.91
784 University of Houston–Downtown                                 1,447,844.13            1,528,561.70        5.6            1,528,561.70
802 Parks and Wildlife Department                                      2,092.40                1,046.20      (50.0)               1,046.20
902 Comptroller–State Fiscal                                      39,672,230.70           25,384,353.01      (36.0)          22,998,346.84
     TOTAL DEBT SERVICE–INTEREST                                 629,242,926.33          600,300,798.60       (4.6)         575,542,696.28

TOTAL NET EXPENDITURES                                         68,336,223,939.23       69,186,011,788.61       1.2        60,718,645,275.27

INVESTMENTS (See Table 15 for details)                          5,957,268,279.95        5,026,379,588.85     (15.6)        3,298,005,013.39

DEBT SERVICE–PRINCIPAL (See Table 15 for details)               6,510,375,863.57        8,085,643,442.56      24.2         8,020,643,442.56

INTERFUND TRANSFERS/OTHER (See Table 15 for details)           66,883,760,132.35       65,707,538,062.00       (1.8)      45,722,689,509.24

TOTAL NET EXPENDITURES, INVESTMENTS, OTHER
DISBURSEMENTS, AND INTERFUND TRANSFERS/OTHER               $147,687,628,215.10     $148,005,572,882.02         0.2 % $117,759,983,240.46




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TABLE 15
NET EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT
Years Ending August 31


This table shows expenditures for the prior and current fiscal year by object code within expenditure categories for all state funds.
The current year is also presented net of trust funds.

                                                                       2003                   2004                                2004
                                                                   Expenditures           Expenditures       Percentage      Expenditures
Object                                                              (All Funds)            (All Funds)        Change        (Excludes Trust)

SALARIES AND WAGES
7001 Salaries and Wages–Line Item Exempt Positions             $     80,823,041.90    $     80,300,689.88       (0.6) % $      78,801,210.71
7002 Salaries and Wages–Classified and Non-Classified
       Permanent Full-Time Employees                               4,410,067,044.77       4,252,187,634.87      (3.6)       4,203,941,946.85
7003 Salaries and Wages–Classified and Non-Classified
       Permanent Part-Time Employees                                 53,749,904.67          47,137,765.16      (12.3)          46,583,666.08
7004 Salaries and Wages–Classified and Non-Classified
       Non-Permanent Full-Time Employees                              9,498,221.63           9,748,793.86        2.6            9,747,722.59
7005 Salaries and Wages–Classified and Non-Classified
       Non-Permanent Part-Time Employees                              11,542,787.24           4,564,154.08     (60.5)           4,564,154.08
7006 Salaries and Wages–Hourly Full-Time Employees                    73,759,683.04          68,628,785.96      (7.0)          68,551,791.38
7007 Salaries and Wages–Hourly Part-Time Employees                     7,936,423.86           7,455,261.90      (6.1)           6,933,604.13
7008 Higher Education Salaries–Faculty/Academic Employees          1,383,926,227.35       1,424,720,277.12       2.9        1,414,236,670.17
7009 Higher Education Salaries–Faculty/Academic Equivalent
       Employees                                                     44,108,967.41          38,507,296.97      (12.7)          38,356,330.74
7010 Higher Education Salaries–Professional/Administrative
       Employees                                                    610,814,378.68         620,193,584.75        1.5          618,332,138.62
7011 Higher Education Salaries–Extension–Professional/
       Administrative Employees                                      14,779,369.46          13,112,877.11      (11.3)          13,112,877.11
7014 Higher Education Salaries–Student Employees                    164,703,887.64         168,847,279.19        2.5          168,552,836.83
7015 Higher Education Salaries–Classified Employees                 924,368,479.95         875,232,908.21       (5.3)         869,809,845.86
7016 Salaries and Wages–Employees Receiving
       Twice-A-Month Salary Payment                                  262,644,888.80         251,477,261.41      (4.3)         250,824,007.71
7017 One-Time Merit Increase                                           7,899,085.15          17,028,749.30     115.6           16,849,773.82
7018 Hardship Stations Pay                                                93,600.00             114,200.00      22.0              114,200.00
7019 Compensatory Time Pay                                             4,747,126.99           5,424,622.58      14.3            5,391,823.97
7020 Hazardous Duty Pay                                               26,401,087.22          26,857,305.11       1.7           26,857,305.11
7021 Overtime Pay                                                     68,239,793.38          50,437,721.75     (26.1)          49,782,548.99
7022 Longevity Pay                                                   102,580,557.99         123,453,763.28      20.3          122,314,283.77
7023 Lump Sum Termination Payment                                     35,929,995.83          68,097,351.86      89.5           67,646,483.28
7024 Termination Pay–Death Benefits                                    1,082,974.48           1,098,454.36       1.4            1,073,823.48
7025 Compensatory or Salary Per Diem                                     423,945.20             290,924.66     (31.4)             267,844.66
7028 Productivity Bonus Awards                                           170,678.16             617,942.41     262.1              617,942.41
7030 Employee Incentive Bonus                                             51,521.46              14,436.37     (72.0)              14,005.80
7031 Emoluments and Allowances                                        15,187,228.09          17,782,626.12      17.1           17,770,526.12
7046 Food Stamp Bonus Pay                                              5,545,014.51           5,452,357.25      (1.7)           5,452,357.25
7047 Recruitment and Retention Bonuses                                 1,034,400.73             121,725.00     (88.2)             121,725.00
7050 Benefit Replacement Pay                                          75,848,072.43          67,550,206.77     (10.9)          66,961,439.29
7075 Retirement Incentive Payment                                              0.00          63,341,588.18                     63,067,748.87
     TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES                                      8,397,958,388.02       8,309,798,545.47      (1.0)       8,236,652,634.68

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
7032 Employees Retirement–State Contribution                         309,451,524.85         288,232,269.57      (6.9)         286,358,729.71
7041 Employee Insurance Payments–(Employer Contribution)           1,429,340,461.50       1,302,764,268.14      (8.9)       1,295,539,742.24
7043 F.I.C.A. Employer Matching Contribution                         593,685,400.98         580,999,930.38      (2.1)         575,767,851.21
7048 Performance Rewards                                                 417,190.73              59,674.99     (85.7)              59,674.99
7052 Unemployment Compensation Benefits–Special Fund
       Reimbursement                                                 22,266,803.80          27,096,556.68       21.7           27,071,283.41
7061 Workers’ Compensation Claims–Self Insurance Programs             7,304,160.58           7,233,630.87       (1.0)           7,208,508.45
7062 Workers’ Compensation–Indemnity Payments                        27,205,224.10          23,108,216.55      (15.1)          23,108,216.55
7080 Retirement–Service Credit for Accumulated Sick Leave                (1,097.15)                  0.00      100.0                    0.00
7082 Retirement/Benefits Payments–Judicial Retirement System         22,668,887.41          22,626,500.34       (0.2)          22,626,500.34
7086 Optional Retirement–State Match                                129,977,204.30         129,455,844.84       (0.4)         128,801,959.49
7092 Ranger Pensions                                                      3,520.00               2,440.00      (30.7)               2,440.00
7231 Workers’ Compensation–Medical Services and
       Attorney Payments                                             42,240,897.42          33,272,935.53      (21.2)          33,272,935.53
7232 Workers’ Compensation Self Insurance Programs–
       Medical Services and Attorney Payments                         2,958,088.97           2,384,986.66      (19.4)           2,384,986.66



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TABLE 15 (continued)
NET EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                      2003                  2004                             2004
                                                                  Expenditures          Expenditures      Percentage    Expenditures
Object                                                             (All Funds)           (All Funds)       Change      (Excludes Trust)

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS (concluded)
7233 Employee Benefit Payments                                 $ 2,588,742,399.84    $ 2,737,919,851.21       5.8 % $     1,875,000.00
7917 Allocations from Fund 0001 to TRS Funds 0960 and 5031       1,245,365,574.01      1,281,628,801.30       2.9     1,281,628,801.30
     TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                                     6,421,626,241.34      6,436,785,907.06       0.2     3,685,706,629.88

SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS
7291 Postal Services                                                67,100,318.54         62,787,895.65      (6.4)        60,002,176.73
7300 Consumables                                                    90,025,984.00         85,244,746.63      (5.3)        82,132,040.89
7303 Subscriptions, Periodicals, and Information Services            5,356,139.40          5,061,835.56      (5.5)         4,926,692.68
7304 Fuels and Lubricants–Other                                     37,330,667.33         43,488,625.43      16.5         43,485,203.40
7307 Fuels and Lubricants–Aircraft                                     937,627.66            499,678.94     (46.7)           499,678.94
7310 Chemicals and Gases                                             8,214,017.77          8,414,454.50       2.4          8,057,238.28
7312 Medical Supplies                                              145,239,074.60        149,781,701.48       3.1        149,214,987.13
7315 Food Purchased by the State                                     1,134,395.26          1,055,258.98      (7.0)         1,041,104.99
7316 Food Purchased for Wards of the State                          95,581,219.11         88,008,356.84      (7.9)        88,008,251.84
7322 Personal Items–Wards of the State                               5,355,130.85          5,483,768.78       2.4          5,483,768.78
7324 Credit Card Purchases for Clients or Wards of the State           602,394.40            498,018.29     (17.3)           498,018.29
7325 Services for Wards of the State                                29,198,765.37         24,806,970.90     (15.0)        24,790,580.18
7327 Credit Card Purchases–Non-Capital Less than $5,000              5,221,497.49                617.98    (100.0)               617.98
7328 Supplies/Materials–Agriculture, Construction, and
       Hardware                                                    159,568,512.99        162,239,839.08       1.7        162,150,874.52
7330 Parts–Furnishings and Equipment                                35,181,412.55         37,934,171.56       7.8         37,846,584.85
7331 Plants                                                          1,896,462.99          1,417,200.02     (25.3)         1,417,200.02
7333 Fabrics and Linens                                                963,008.00            987,871.90       2.6            986,949.56
     TOTAL SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS                                  688,906,628.31        677,711,012.52      (1.6)       670,541,969.06

OTHER EXPENDITURES
7071 State Employee Relocation                                         515,903.21            488,641.22      (5.3)           467,132.63
7201 Membership Dues                                                 7,027,295.43          6,571,859.77      (6.5)         6,368,851.27
7202 Tuition–Employee Training                                       1,801,389.98          1,441,113.39     (20.0)         1,426,526.95
7203 Registration Fees–Employee Training                            10,930,442.61         10,721,933.23      (1.9)        10,340,681.95
7204 Insurance Premiums and Deductibles                              6,496,171.16          4,222,572.95     (35.0)         3,192,280.58
7205 Employee Bonds                                                    (63,007.84)            86,127.25     236.7             86,127.25
7206 Service Fee Paid to the Lottery Operator                       96,289,047.13         93,446,941.59      (3.0)        93,446,941.59
7207 Lottery Incentive Bonus                                         3,872,299.38          2,189,427.43     (43.5)         2,189,427.43
7210 Fees and Other Charges                                         65,581,839.76         60,393,364.00      (7.9)        55,319,861.43
7211 Awards                                                          1,151,096.49          1,078,966.04      (6.3)         1,053,793.61
7212 State Employee–Cafeteria Plan Reimbursement Premiums           32,712,883.48         42,852,815.24      31.0                  0.00
7213 Training Expenses–Other                                         4,235,654.90          4,556,942.04       7.6          3,847,225.02
7216 Insurance Premiums–Approved by Board of Insurance
       and Attorney General                                            637,659.23            812,804.14      27.5            808,042.14
7217 Employee Bonds–Approval by the State Auditor                           64.43                  0.00    (100.0)                 0.00
7219 Fees for Receiving Electronic Payments                         17,353,203.84         23,613,782.88      36.1         23,528,177.96
7222 Filing Fees–Documents                                           2,260,650.71          2,783,060.91      23.1          2,597,063.91
7223 Court Costs                                                    23,150,056.53         22,343,442.87      (3.5)        22,179,986.13
7224 Witness Fees and Allowances                                     1,668,328.02          1,119,440.07     (32.9)         1,118,270.07
7272 Hazardous Waste Disposal Services                               6,155,253.62          5,273,864.16     (14.3)         5,240,059.33
7274 Temporary Employment Agencies                                  18,598,114.63         17,196,854.85      (7.5)        16,802,267.86
7277 Cleaning Services                                              23,981,551.21         23,137,750.41      (3.5)        22,779,368.92
7278 Placement Services                                            233,572,919.79        214,264,312.05      (8.3)       214,264,312.05
7280 Client-Worker Services                                          2,069,854.12          2,028,264.81      (2.0)         2,028,264.81
7281 Advertising Services                                           71,953,778.03         79,552,525.86      10.6         79,113,144.53
7282 Petroleum Storage Tank Cleanup Reimbursements                  57,237,070.28         61,113,038.43       6.8         61,113,038.43
7283 Waste Tire Recycling Program                                          592.90                  0.00    (100.0)                 0.00
7284 Data Processing Services                                       38,017,448.39         35,180,116.72      (7.5)        35,038,973.61
7286 Freight/Delivery Service                                       14,295,585.45         14,751,274.57       3.2         14,375,812.10
7295 Investigation Expenses                                          1,115,583.08          1,033,115.44      (7.4)         1,031,416.69
7297 Emergency Abatement Response                                   10,449,829.80              6,938.68     (99.9)             6,938.68
7299 Purchased Contracted Services                                 249,695,120.43        254,195,979.34       1.8        245,780,868.75
7309 Promotional Items                                               2,341,985.51          2,565,913.80       9.6          2,537,544.00
7334 Personal Property–Furnishings, Equipment and
       Other–Expensed                                               59,143,781.68         54,507,509.26      (7.8)        53,619,488.12

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TABLE 15 (continued)
NET EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                    2003                   2004                                2004
                                                                Expenditures           Expenditures       Percentage      Expenditures
Object                                                           (All Funds)            (All Funds)        Change        (Excludes Trust)

OTHER EXPENDITURES (concluded)
7335 Parts–Computer Equipment–Expensed                      $     10,885,995.83    $      9,345,251.06      (14.2) % $       9,216,037.34
7340 Real Property and Improvements–Expensed                       8,511,816.99          12,635,550.47       48.4           12,563,743.70
7374 Personal Property–Furnishings and Equipment–
       Controlled                                                 18,805,299.26          17,208,309.93       (8.5)          17,148,964.21
7377 Personal Property–Computer Equipment–Expensed                10,228,735.10           9,271,996.03       (9.4)           9,068,340.43
7378 Personal Property–Computer Equipment–Controlled              52,219,396.01          50,978,649.67       (2.4)          50,264,408.59
7380 Personal Property–Computer Software–Expensed                 40,857,753.64          30,743,065.10      (24.8)          30,289,222.02
7382 Personal Property–Books and Reference Materials–
       Expensed                                                   14,423,535.64          10,397,490.47      (27.9)          10,325,912.18
7384 Personal Property–Animals–Expensed                            1,678,549.00           1,657,539.07       (1.3)           1,633,801.79
7389 Personal Property–Books and Reference Materials–
       Capitalized                                                32,792,071.35          27,249,588.05      (16.9)          27,242,279.25
7636 Texas Tomorrow Fund–Payment of Prepaid Tuition               30,836,503.79          41,479,739.44       34.5                    0.00
       and Required Higher Education Fees
7639 Texas Tomorrow Fund–Payment of Earnings to
       Purchaser (Due Upon Refund)                                 1,280,955.17           2,114,531.07       65.1                    0.00
7686 Breakage Payments–Horse Racing                                5,137,387.65           4,630,421.10       (9.9)           4,630,421.10
7687 Breakage Payments–Greyhound Racing                              816,700.52             705,172.07      (13.7)             705,172.07
7695 Rebates–Alternative Fuels                                     1,491,317.19           1,205,987.44      (19.1)           1,205,987.44
7696 Rebates–Tuition                                                 289,637.90             400,000.00       38.1              400,000.00
7697 Grants–Public Incentive Programs                              3,138,638.23          17,907,827.12      470.6           17,907,827.12
7701 Loans to Political Subdivisions                              34,673,777.45          60,388,557.91       74.2           60,388,557.91
7702 Loans to College Students                                    50,917,884.69          54,566,532.77        7.2           54,566,532.77
7705 Loans to Non-Governmental Entities                            3,311,784.65           1,515,000.00      (54.3)           1,515,000.00
7706 Loans to Provide Financial Assistance for Texas
       Agricultural Products                                        6,735,380.55          11,926,131.02      77.1           11,926,131.02
7806 Interest on Delayed Payments                                     727,340.60             642,649.99     (11.6)             620,285.71
7808 Arbitrage                                                      1,061,447.61             469,433.11     (55.8)             469,433.11
7809 Other Financing Fees                                           1,688,817.91           1,226,019.15     (27.4)             664,702.75
7899 Replenish Petty/Travel/Imprest Cash Shortage                       8,729.80                 240.00     (97.3)                 240.00
7910 Escheated Funds Payments                                      69,772,652.32          87,691,953.20      25.7           87,691,953.20
7958 Payment From State Appropriation to Local Account                      0.00             350,000.00                        350,000.00
     TOTAL OTHER EXPENDITURES                                   1,466,541,556.22       1,500,238,328.64       2.3        1,392,496,841.51

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
7214 Public Assistance Payments–Unemployment                    2,959,104,026.87       2,294,070,938.86     (22.5)                   0.00
7215 Return of Retirement Contributions                           260,615,675.69         307,344,507.76      17.9                1,149.17
7623 Grants–Community Service Programs                          1,312,866,531.10       1,135,409,021.33     (13.5)       1,134,513,818.00
7640 Public Assistance–Child Support Payments,
       Non-Title IV-D                                            280,033,335.60         641,649,719.40      129.1                     0.00
7641 Public Assistance–Temporary Assistance for Needy
       Families (TANF)                                            287,088,350.92         232,359,663.14     (19.1)         232,359,663.14
7642 Public Assistance–Child Support Payments, Title IV-D       1,374,440,917.11       1,558,305,542.78      13.4                    0.00
7643 Other Financial Services                                      62,116,933.93         109,578,815.46      76.4          109,519,798.83
7644 Commodity Distribution Program                               192,516,713.88         202,756,789.50       5.3          202,756,789.50
7645 Disaster Relief Payments                                      45,032,331.67           7,113,907.13     (84.2)           7,113,907.13
7651 Financial Services–Discharged Convicts                         3,214,050.12           3,493,174.22       8.7            3,493,174.22
7652 Financial Services–Rehabilitation Clients                    167,951,031.87         160,889,487.24      (4.2)         160,889,487.24
7661 Medical Services–Nursing Home Programs                     3,143,856,629.18       3,282,213,107.56       4.4        3,282,213,107.56
7662 Vendor Drug Program                                        1,961,512,848.53       2,281,658,588.98      16.3        2,281,658,588.98
7664 Supplementary Medical Insurance Benefits                     540,731,009.33         375,708,985.76     (30.5)         375,708,985.76
7666 Medical Services and Specialties                           8,541,518,804.57       8,501,655,116.26      (0.5)       8,501,655,116.26
7667 Federal Pass-Through Expenditure from Health to
       Medicaid Insurance Provider                                15,747,543.60          15,117,974.01       (4.0)          15,117,974.01
7671 Grants-in-Aid (Day Care)                                    379,248,889.62         376,233,365.36       (0.8)         376,233,365.36
7672 Grants-in-Aid (Foster Care)                                 333,183,199.35         331,687,749.17       (0.4)         331,687,749.17
7673 Grants-in-Aid (Care for Aged, Blind and Disabled)            98,536,553.13          86,030,154.46      (12.7)          86,030,154.46
7674 Grants-in-Aid (Services for Children/Clients)               319,697,321.74         259,142,017.30      (18.9)         259,142,017.30
7676 Grants-in-Aid (Transportation)                               50,295,458.15          54,010,956.21        7.4           54,010,956.21
7677 Family Planning Services                                     60,085,904.48          66,354,979.75       10.4           66,354,979.75
7678 Employment Social Services                                   15,945,886.82          20,626,934.15       29.4           20,626,934.15
7679 Grants–College/Vocational Students                          261,426,005.70         242,805,950.79       (7.1)         242,621,191.59

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TABLE 15 (continued)
NET EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                      2003                    2004                               2004
                                                                  Expenditures            Expenditures       Percentage     Expenditures
Object                                                             (All Funds)             (All Funds)        Change       (Excludes Trust)

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS (concluded)
7680 Grants-in-Aid (Food)                                    $     490,128,989.78    $     544,396,758.04       11.1 % $     544,396,758.04
7681 Grants–Survivors                                               11,106,559.33           11,638,714.32        4.8          11,638,714.32
7830 Disbursement of Disproportionate Share Funds/
       State Hospitals                                             480,185,597.00          585,927,504.00       22.0         585,927,504.00
7831 Disbursement of Disproportionate Share Funds/
       Non-State Hospitals                                         917,761,313.00          857,907,531.00       (6.5)        857,907,531.00
7832 State Hospital Payments of State Matching
       Disproportionate Share Funds to the Texas
       Department of Health                                         479,044,122.00          585,927,504.00      22.3          585,927,504.00
7835 Disbursement Medicaid Incentive Transfers                      448,491,184.02          532,341,819.55      18.7          532,341,819.55
     TOTAL PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS                            25,493,483,718.09       25,664,357,277.49       0.7       20,861,848,738.70

INTERGOVERNMENTAL PAYMENTS
7383 Textbooks for Public Free Schools                               94,532,967.29          340,143,083.35     259.8          340,143,083.35
7601 Grants–Elementary and Secondary Schools                      3,961,884,169.32        3,611,512,013.83      (8.8)       3,611,512,013.83
7602 School Apportionment–Foundation Program                     10,699,430,307.15       10,139,089,223.52      (5.2)      10,139,089,223.52
7603 Grants–Junior Colleges                                         855,764,055.34          854,042,122.72      (0.2)         853,483,108.53
7604 Grants–Senior Colleges and Universities                        123,935,610.57          106,988,765.01     (13.7)         104,117,302.13
7611 Payments/Grants–Cities                                         323,141,321.61          331,903,329.79       2.7          331,903,329.79
7612 Payments/Grants–Counties                                       460,561,997.32          501,335,274.99       8.9          456,280,384.15
7613 Payments/Grants–Other Political Subdivisions                   390,361,323.85          682,086,773.58      74.7          628,765,168.08
7621 Grants–Council of Governments                                  263,509,374.30          267,689,138.06       1.6          267,689,138.06
7622 Grants–Judicial Districts                                      240,899,965.95          232,440,304.78      (3.5)         232,440,304.78
7683 Allocation to Cities–Mixed Beverage Tax                         40,283,544.73           42,590,756.11       5.7           42,590,756.11
7684 Allocation to Counties–Mixed Beverage Tax                       43,104,305.94           45,584,411.21       5.8           45,584,411.21
     TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL PAYMENTS                            17,497,408,943.37       17,155,405,196.95      (2.0)      17,053,598,223.54

LOTTERY WINNINGS PAID
7208 Lottery Winnings                                              160,775,576.46          243,375,003.14       51.4         243,375,003.14
7209 Lottery Winnings–Installment                                  145,696,648.60          248,188,583.03       70.3         248,188,583.03
7929 Lottery Installment Payments–Subsequent Years                 107,400,877.77           25,586,164.34      (76.2)         25,586,164.34
     TOTAL LOTTERY WINNINGS PAID                                   413,873,102.83          517,149,750.51       25.0         517,149,750.51

TRAVEL
7101 Travel In-State–Public Transportation Fares                     10,396,239.35           11,117,935.41       6.9          10,950,967.67
7102 Travel In-State–Mileage                                         37,172,501.03           35,566,464.04      (4.3)         35,480,718.46
7103 Travel–Per Diem, Non-Overnight Travel–Legislature                   97,665.02              103,995.00       6.5             103,995.00
7104 Travel In-State–Actual Meal and Lodging Expenses–
       Overnight Travel                                                 307,225.62              271,742.60     (11.5)            268,556.62
7105 Travel In-State–Incidental Expenses                              3,390,385.71            3,711,395.93       9.5           3,671,634.56
7106 Travel In-State–Meals and Lodging                               30,263,592.78           30,671,449.23       1.3          30,519,590.89
7107 Travel In-State–Non-Overnight Travel (Meals)                     1,235,462.31            1,034,617.78     (16.3)          1,032,462.06
7108 Travel In-State–Actual Expense Meals–No Overnight
       Travel                                                           39,670.61               37,769.81       (4.8)              36,820.53
7110 Travel In-State–Board or Commission Member Meal
       and Lodging Expenses                                             732,108.64              592,129.34     (19.1)             547,452.56
7111 Travel Out-of-State–Public Transportation Fares                  3,710,615.21            4,125,626.37      11.2            3,929,401.21
7112 Travel Out-of-State–Mileage                                        320,324.00              312,379.27      (2.5)             308,904.00
7113 Travel–Per Diem, Overnight Travel–Legislature                      492,690.70              578,941.67      17.5              578,941.67
7114 Travel Out-of-State–Actual Meal and Lodging Expenses,
       Overnight Travel                                                338,858.78              424,504.33       25.3             404,566.47
7115 Travel Out-of-State–Incidental Expenses                           553,580.18              623,312.63       12.6             592,263.22
7116 Travel Out-of-State–Meals and Lodging Not to Exceed
       the Locality-Based Allowance                                   3,574,685.48            3,510,160.37      (1.8)           3,360,843.05
7117 Travel Out-of-State–Non-Overnight Travel (Meals)                     1,828.61                4,510.36     146.7                4,510.36
7118 Travel Out-of-State–Actual Expense Meals–
       No Overnight Travel                                                  30.00                   10.65      (64.5)                 10.65
7121 Travel–Foreign                                                    213,086.08              206,314.83       (3.2)            141,247.73
7122 Travel In-State–Single Engine Aircraft Mileage                     18,483.32               19,547.92        5.8              19,547.92
7123 Travel Out-of-State–Single Engine Aircraft Mileage                  1,261.88                  427.33      (66.1)                427.33
7124 Travel In-State–Twin Engine Aircraft Mileage                       25,441.28               20,130.24      (20.9)             20,130.24


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TABLE 15 (continued)
NET EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                      2003                    2004                                2004
                                                                  Expenditures            Expenditures       Percentage      Expenditures
Object                                                             (All Funds)             (All Funds)        Change        (Excludes Trust)

TRAVEL (concluded)
7126 Travel In-State–Turbine Powered or Other Aircraft
       Mileage                                                $         12,764.15     $         17,724.54        38.9 % $           17,724.54
7127 Travel Out-of-State–Turbine Powered or Other Aircraft
       Mileage                                                           8,078.30                 (465.50)    (105.8)                 (465.50)
7128 Travel–Apartment/House Rental Expense                              80,655.06               71,058.94      (11.9)               71,058.94
7130 Travel Out-of-State–Board or Commission Member
       Meal and Lodging Expenses                                        50,943.52               26,608.19       (47.8)             26,229.15
7131 Travel–Prospective State Employees                                259,246.61              336,451.36        29.8             264,888.90
7134 Legislative Per Diem                                            4,413,470.37            1,294,972.63       (70.7)          1,294,972.63
7135 Travel In-State–State Hotel Occupancy Tax Expense
       Outside Galveston and South Padre Island City Limits             (53,426.47)             70,545.09      232.0                71,208.68
7136 Travel In-State–State Hotel Occupancy Tax Expense
       Inside Galveston City Limits                                        586.50                  663.41        13.1                  602.63
7137 Travel In-State–State Hotel Occupancy Tax Expense
       Inside South Padre Island City Limits                              (486.93)                 581.04      219.3                  598.86
     TOTAL TRAVEL                                                   97,657,567.70           94,751,504.81       (3.0)          93,719,811.03

PROFESSIONAL FEES AND SERVICES
7238 Foreign Office Activities                                         533,623.48              361,221.57       (32.3)            361,221.57
7239 Consultant Services–Approval by Office of the
       Governor                                                      2,801,885.45              705,610.55       (74.8)            705,610.55
7240 Consultant Services–Other                                       9,284,432.86           14,699,818.39        58.3          14,389,204.73
7242 Consultant Services–Computer                                   24,383,674.17           20,772,590.54       (14.8)         20,593,780.09
7243 Educational/Training Services                                  18,399,798.10           17,147,952.40        (6.8)         16,922,385.02
7245 Financial and Accounting Services                              24,564,921.68           31,998,329.49        30.3          24,518,672.00
7246 Legal Services                                                  3,374,811.97            6,166,218.93        82.7           5,617,636.05
7247 Hearings Officers–Pre-approved by the State Office of
       Administrative Hearings                                          23,432.91              540,078.42     2,204.8             540,078.42
7248 Medical Services                                              382,235,453.88          403,984,758.02         5.7         403,746,116.97
7249 Veterinary Services                                               319,394.87            3,163,977.13       890.6           3,156,785.02
7252 Lecturers–Higher Education                                      1,772,719.49            1,848,258.72         4.3           1,771,578.21
7253 Other Professional Services                                   522,724,315.57          462,752,936.79       (11.5)        460,414,441.87
7254 Other Witness Fees                                              5,650,289.10            6,446,654.61        14.1           6,100,054.02
7255 Investment Counseling Services                                 32,662,168.65           19,847,185.47       (39.2)          6,903,823.90
7256 Architectural/Engineering Services                            309,193,639.76          322,797,262.17         4.4         245,236,988.39
7257 Legal Services–Approval by the State Office of
       Administrative Hearings                                            9,441.40                    0.00    (100.0)                   0.00
7258 Legal Services–Other                                             3,888,198.20            4,824,163.23      24.1            4,738,829.82
7259 Race Track Officials                                                 7,287.50                    0.00    (100.0)                   0.00
7275 Computer Programming Services                                  119,895,023.36          103,893,036.65     (13.3)         101,269,601.88
     TOTAL PROFESSIONAL FEES AND SERVICES                         1,461,724,512.40        1,421,950,053.08      (2.7)       1,316,986,808.51

PAYMENT OF INTEREST
7801 Interest on State Bonds                                       430,641,361.94          400,567,935.61        (7.0)        400,568,953.49
7802 Interest–Other                                                158,977,388.48          174,438,488.06         9.7         152,065,374.03
7811 Interest on Refund or Credit of Tax or Fee                     38,610,349.27           24,966,675.83       (35.3)         22,580,669.66
7812 Interest on Protest Payments                                    1,013,826.64              327,699.10       (67.7)            327,699.10
     TOTAL PAYMENT OF INTEREST                                     629,242,926.33          600,300,798.60        (4.6)        575,542,696.28

HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION
7347 Real Property–Construction in Progress/Highway
      Network–Capitalized                                         3,042,328,415.71        3,485,418,068.96      14.6        3,244,070,344.48
7348 Real Property–Land/Highway Right-of-Way–
      Capitalized                                                   357,008,531.66          336,631,792.07      (5.7)         248,870,936.55
     TOTAL HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION                                   3,399,336,947.37        3,822,049,861.03      12.4        3,492,941,281.03

CAPITAL OUTLAY
7336 Real Property–Facilities and Other Improvements–
       Capitalized                                                   3,208,220.05            2,919,601.39        (9.0)          2,919,601.39
7337 Real Property–Facilities and Other Improvements/
       Capital Lease                                                      (967.05)               1,280.07      232.4                  707.50
7341 Real Property–Construction in Progress–Capitalized            107,062,014.78          128,814,464.77       20.3          128,801,318.75
7342 Real Property–Buildings–Capitalized                             1,415,948.74              452,689.86      (68.0)             452,689.86
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TABLE 15 (continued)
NET EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                    2003                   2004                              2004
                                                                Expenditures           Expenditures      Percentage     Expenditures
Object                                                           (All Funds)            (All Funds)       Change       (Excludes Trust)

CAPITAL OUTLAY (concluded)
7343 Real Property–Building Improvements–Capitalized        $     33,656,607.89    $     15,691,968.56    (53.4) % $      15,230,620.26
7344 Leasehold Improvements–Capitalized                              557,525.45              (4,163.73)  (100.7)              (4,180.57)
7345 Real Property–Land–Capitalized                               32,133,890.07          83,206,803.87    158.9           83,206,803.87
7346 Real Property–Land Improvements–Capitalized                  13,207,918.60           8,355,660.07    (36.7)           8,301,718.07
7350 Real Property–Buildings/Capital Lease                            43,889.00                 354.14    (99.2)                 354.14
7351 Personal Property–Passenger Cars/Capital Lease                       44.25              17,070.67 38,477.8               16,225.67
7352 Personal Property–Other Motor Vehicles/Capital Lease            105,609.95              20,556.53    (80.5)              20,556.53
7356 Real Property–Infrastructure–Capitalized                      1,042,479.53           2,196,771.38    110.7            2,196,771.38
7361 Personal Property–Capitalized                                   420,295.27              64,098.93    (84.7)              64,098.93
7365 Personal Property–Boats–Capitalized                             456,610.52             493,466.41      8.1              493,466.41
7366 Personal Property–Capital Lease                                  98,662.82              94,473.17     (4.2)              94,473.17
7369 Personal Property–Works of Art and Historical
       Treasures–Capitalized                                         224,196.40             331,123.87      47.7             314,123.87
7371 Personal Property–Passenger Cars–Capitalized                  1,595,952.60           2,144,241.48      34.4           2,144,241.48
7372 Personal Property–Other Motor Vehicles–Capitalized           38,262,277.79          47,890,143.75      25.2          47,890,143.75
7373 Personal Property–Furnishings and Equipment–
       Capitalized                                                70,835,344.42          63,396,025.77     (10.5)         59,381,427.56
7375 Personal Property–Aircraft–Capitalized                        1,511,836.00           2,503,406.57      65.6           2,503,406.57
7376 Personal Property–Furnishings and Equipment–
       Capital Lease                                                 330,010.33             339,137.58       2.8             168,269.58
7379 Personal Property–Computer Equipment–Capitalized             42,121,803.39          42,463,458.11       0.8          41,444,809.94
7385 Personal Property–Computer Equipment–
       Capital Lease                                               2,058,193.39           1,115,511.87     (45.8)          1,077,146.31
7386 Personal Property–Animals–Capitalized                            17,987.24                   0.00    (100.0)                  0.00
7387 Personal Property–Computer Software–Capitalized              52,729,026.40          48,147,581.98      (8.7)         47,596,150.04
7388 Personal Property–Construction in Progress–
       Fabrication of Equipment–Capitalized                         716,393.67             436,791.19      (39.0) %          436,791.19
7512 Personal Property–Telecommunications Equipment–
       Capitalized                                                 5,807,788.86           5,137,266.37     (11.5)          4,978,322.32
7519 Real Property–Infrastructure–Telecommunications–
       Capital Lease                                                  10,980.16            103,652.76      844.0             103,652.76
7520 Real Property–Infrastructure–Telecommunications–
       Capitalized                                                 6,771,728.22           1,994,201.92     (70.6)          1,983,594.04
     TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                        416,402,268.74         458,327,639.31      10.1         451,817,304.77

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE
7260 Maintenance and Repair–Furnishings and Equipment                (16,043.83)                  0.00     100.0                    0.00
7262 Personal Property–Maintenance and Repair–Computer
       Software–Expensed                                          49,568,687.50          56,139,756.56      13.3          54,145,044.88
7263 Personal Property–Maintenance and Repair–Aircraft–
       Expensed                                                     562,228.27            1,015,487.31      80.6           1,015,487.31
7266 Real Property–Buildings–Maintenance and Repair–
       Expensed                                                   47,940,270.67          44,607,843.87      (7.0)         43,924,179.99
7267 Personal Property–Maintenance and Repair–Computer
       Equipment–Expensed                                         39,086,430.98          30,036,860.92     (23.2)         29,600,878.70
7270 Real Property–Infrastructure/Maintenance and Repair–
       Expensed                                                  260,473,911.74         281,371,316.91       8.0         281,371,316.91
7271 Real Property–Land/Maintenance and Repair–
       Expensed                                                    6,218,056.85           6,971,272.35      12.1           6,854,216.08
7338 Real Property–Facilities and Other Improvements/
       Maintenance and Repairs–Expensed                              951,448.36           2,836,520.82     198.1           2,833,707.32
7354 Leasehold Improvements–Expensed                                 504,744.61             899,272.72      78.2             899,272.72
7367 Personal Property–Maintenance and Repair–Expensed            21,870,381.73          22,530,708.92       3.0          22,202,402.92
7368 Personal Property–Maintenance and Repairs/Motor
       Vehicle–Expensed                                           20,823,920.10          22,415,711.41       7.6          22,395,767.64
7514 Real Property–Infrastructure/Telecommunications–
       Maintenance and Repair–Expensed                             7,255,176.12           6,165,116.23     (15.0)          5,957,760.34
     TOTAL REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE                               455,239,213.10         474,989,868.02       4.3         471,200,034.81

COMMUNICATION AND UTILITIES
7276 Communication Services                                       32,749,473.92          26,655,320.58     (18.6)         25,463,689.67
7293 Statewide Telecommunications Network                         69,471,159.19          51,424,530.73     (26.0)         51,424,530.73
7501 Electricity                                                 168,150,464.81         172,031,996.39       2.3         171,418,687.49
7502 Natural and Liquefied Petroleum Gas                          57,872,843.65         186,128,188.73     221.6          42,618,374.58
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TABLE 15 (continued)
NET EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                    2003                   2004                                2004
                                                                Expenditures           Expenditures       Percentage      Expenditures
Object                                                           (All Funds)            (All Funds)        Change        (Excludes Trust)

COMMUNICATION AND UTILITIES (concluded)
7503 Telecommunications–Long Distance                       $      5,352,482.66    $      3,550,907.12      (33.7) % $       3,511,182.36
7504 Telecommunications–Monthly Charge                            36,954,466.69          35,227,605.03       (4.7)          34,919,484.80
7507 Water                                                        25,974,335.44          25,458,482.43       (2.0)          25,430,348.14
7510 Telecommunications–Parts and Supplies                         2,993,459.93           3,104,472.47        3.7            3,086,633.91
7516 Telecommunications–Other Service Charges                      8,354,135.92           9,408,653.74       12.6            9,370,791.02
7517 Personal Property–Telecommunications Equipment–
      Expensed                                                     3,440,137.50           3,509,450.11        2.0            3,440,888.62
7518 Telecommunications–Dedicated Data Circuit                     4,018,262.64           3,857,255.46       (4.0)           3,789,047.14
7521 Real Property–Infrastructure/Telecommunications–
      Expensed                                                     1,060,662.15           1,040,551.24       (1.9)           1,040,551.24
7522 Telecommunications–Equipment Rental                           8,573,086.61           8,907,759.26        3.9            8,844,672.42
7523 Telecommunications Equipment–Controlled                            (129.99)                  0.00      100.0                    0.00
7524 Other Utilities                                               1,891,438.26           1,117,988.90      (40.9)           1,110,825.10
7526 Waste Disposal                                               25,963,725.59          26,455,134.30        1.9           26,400,211.87
7530 Thermal Energy                                               20,220,352.32          17,001,752.68      (15.9)          16,958,101.24
     TOTAL COMMUNICATION AND UTILITIES                           473,040,357.29         574,880,049.17       21.5          428,828,020.33

RENTALS AND LEASES
7401 Rental of Radio Towers                                          321,199.50             421,391.95       31.2              421,391.95
7406 Rental of Furnishings and Equipment                          42,624,717.02          40,231,975.04       (5.6)          39,710,786.97
7411 Rental of Computer Equipment                                 24,876,625.24          22,980,253.64       (7.6)          22,218,681.95
7415 Rental of Computer Software                                   5,371,898.71           4,767,271.60      (11.3)           4,679,023.60
7421 Rental of Reference Material                                    918,652.16             963,682.66        4.9              579,828.51
7442 Rental of Motor Vehicles                                      1,117,613.57             652,547.44      (41.6)             647,970.63
7443 Rental of Aircraft–Exempt                                     1,064,662.30             239,171.67      (77.5)             239,171.67
7444 Charter of Aircraft                                              (9,977.93)             26,229.66      362.9               26,229.66
7445 Rental of Aircraft                                               84,405.34             299,454.73      254.8              299,454.73
7449 Rental of Marine Equipment                                       77,608.73              78,671.35        1.4               78,671.35
7461 Rental of Land                                                2,744,306.69           2,306,594.15      (15.9)           2,306,594.15
7462 Rental of Office Buildings or Office Space                  132,780,969.51         130,798,896.41       (1.5)         129,992,778.29
7468 Rental of Service Buildings                                   8,563,725.23           6,275,795.61      (26.7)           6,273,319.78
7470 Rental of Space                                               7,512,695.54           6,533,478.59      (13.0)           6,390,505.00
     TOTAL RENTALS AND LEASES                                    228,049,101.61         216,575,414.50       (5.0)         213,864,408.24

CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS
7220 Court Expenses–Parental Notification                            191,627.67             221,049.62       15.4              221,049.62
7225 Settlements and Judgments for Attorney’s Fees                 1,562,049.90           1,212,308.32      (22.4)           1,210,556.32
7226 Settlements and Judgments for Claimant/Plaintiff, or
       Other Legal Expenses                                        6,935,429.39           6,236,447.56      (10.1)           6,236,199.56
7227 Miscellaneous Claims Act Payments                             1,532,790.37           1,527,944.20       (0.3)           1,525,180.84
7229 Settlements and Judgments for Claimant/Plaintiff                166,955.00                (194.27)    (100.1)                (194.27)
       and Attorney
7230 Miscellaneous Claims–Lost/Voided Warrants                        67,893.67             149,204.69      119.8              125,343.48
7234 Compensation for Crime Victims                               10,131,013.98          10,333,059.24        2.0           10,333,059.24
7236 Crime Victim Expenses                                        60,920,372.73          62,455,091.59        2.5           62,455,091.59
7237 Payment of Claims from Trust                                  6,515,925.62           5,650,948.90      (13.3)           3,205,843.65
     TOTAL CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS                                   88,024,058.33          87,785,859.85       (0.3)          85,312,130.03

COST OF GOODS SOLD
7391 Central Supply Retail Store                                   1,747,507.30               15,805.50     (99.1)              15,805.50
7392 Land Purchased for Resale/Housing Loans                     566,211,799.85        1,039,436,240.12      83.6        1,039,436,240.12
7393 Merchandise Purchased for Resale                             53,788,175.95           56,216,053.96       4.5           54,684,809.48
7394 Raw Material Purchases                                       37,201,913.48           33,437,968.06     (10.1)          33,437,968.06
      TOTAL COST OF GOODS SOLD                                   658,949,396.58        1,129,106,067.64      71.3        1,127,574,823.16




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TABLE 15 (continued)
NET EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                     2003                    2004                               2004
                                                                 Expenditures            Expenditures       Percentage     Expenditures
Object                                                            (All Funds)             (All Funds)        Change       (Excludes Trust)

PRINTING AND REPRODUCTION
7218 Publications                                           $       5,388,709.89    $       5,654,206.31        4.9 % $       5,243,383.12
7273 Reproduction and Printing Services                            43,370,301.71           38,194,447.65      (11.9)         37,619,786.08
      TOTAL PRINTING AND REPRODUCTION                              48,759,011.60           43,848,653.96      (10.1)         42,863,169.20

TOTAL NET EXPENDITURES                                          68,336,223,939.23       69,186,011,788.61       1.2       60,718,645,275.27

INVESTMENTS
7711 Purchase of Mortgage Investments–Long-Term                              4.90                    0.00    (100.0)                   0.00
7712 Purchase of Real Estate Investments                            59,017,000.00                    0.00    (100.0)                   0.00
7713 Purchase of Miscellaneous Short-Term Investments
       and Short-Term Investment Funds                           5,596,846,708.94        4,765,985,992.31     (14.8)       3,038,112,385.60
7714 Purchase of Miscellaneous Investments–Long-Term               107,261,074.13          153,524,300.66      43.1          153,524,300.66
7716 Purchase of Certificates of Deposits–Short-Term                52,692,000.00           20,586,797.11     (60.9)          20,586,797.11
7720 Purchase of Other Public Obligations–Long-Term                 79,372,479.92           38,439,000.00     (51.6)          38,439,000.00
7723 Purchase of United States Government Obligations–
       Short-Term                                                  29,098,150.54           25,735,047.36      (11.6)         25,533,797.36
7724 Purchase of United States Government Obligations–
       Long-Term                                                      421,856.25              299,718.75      (29.0)                   0.00
7731 Premium/Discount on Mortgage Investments                             103.80                    0.00     (100.0)                   0.00
7735 Premium/Discount on United States Government
       Obligations                                                      50,496.50                    0.00    (100.0)                   0.00
7740 Borrower Rebates on Security Lending                           31,852,089.66           21,326,830.28     (33.0)          21,326,830.28
7741 Agent Fees on Security Lending                                    656,315.31              481,902.38     (26.6)             481,902.38
     TOTAL INVESTMENTS                                           5,957,268,279.95        5,026,379,588.85     (15.6)       3,298,005,013.39

PAYMENT OF PRINCIPAL–DEBT SERVICE
7803 Principal on State Bonds                                      498,345,844.80          506,246,784.98       1.6          506,246,784.98
7804 Principal on Other Indebtedness                                86,365,018.77          141,671,657.58      64.0           76,671,657.58
7807 Principal on Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes             5,822,475,000.00        7,437,725,000.00      27.7        7,437,725,000.00
7810 Defeasance of State Bonds–Refunded                            103,190,000.00                    0.00    (100.0)                   0.00
     TOTAL PAYMENT OF PRINCIPAL–
       DEBT SERVICE                                              6,510,375,863.57        8,085,643,442.56      24.2        8,020,643,442.56

INTERFUND TRANSFERS/OTHER
7081 Retirement/Benefits Payments–Employee Retirement
       System                                                    1,009,080,058.66        1,186,587,115.28      17.6                    0.00
7083 Retirement/Benefits Payments–Teacher Retirement
       System                                                    4,691,101,135.23        5,396,659,805.02      15.0             480,029.71
7084 Retirement Payments–Volunteer Fire Fighters’ Pension
       System                                                        1,995,714.36            2,094,484.72       4.9                    0.00
7085 Retirement Payments–Law Enforcement and Custodial
       Officer Supplement                                          22,851,084.29           27,400,309.47       19.9                   0.00
7614 State Grant Pass-Through Expenditure–Non-Operating           392,005,664.13          416,321,594.96        6.2         409,501,561.46
7615 State Grant Pass-Through Expenditure–Operating                         0.00            1,251,416.23                      1,251,416.23
7707 Loans to Other State Agencies                                    971,051.48            8,129,236.25      737.2           8,129,236.25
7708 Repayment of Loans to Other State Agency                     895,277,346.77          292,423,082.81      (67.3)            286,703.80
7900 Imprest Cash Advances                                                  0.00               15,000.00                         15,000.00
7901 Inter Agency Contracts and Transfers–Purchase of
       Supplies and Services                                       38,189,019.76          224,965,760.86      489.1         222,534,048.80
7902 Trust or Suspense Payment                                    195,379,293.40          154,299,988.38      (21.0)             12,575.75
7904 Petty Cash Advance                                                 6,100.00                4,150.00      (32.0)              4,150.00
7905 Travel Cash Advance                                              155,862.00              156,500.00        0.4             156,500.00
7907 Summer Food Program Advance                                     (191,786.22)           1,581,065.01      924.4           1,581,065.01
7909 Teacher Retirement Reimbursement                              16,311,429.63           15,257,968.79       (6.5)         14,960,254.89
7911 Allocations from Fund 0001 to GR Account–
       Foundation School 0193–Motor Fuel Tax                      700,969,627.21          823,566,151.52       17.5         823,566,151.52
7912 Allocations from Fund 0001 to Fund 0001
       Unappropriated–Motor Fuel Tax                               24,563,044.43           24,552,872.72       (0.0)         24,552,872.72
7919 Allocations from Fund 0001 to Funds 0002, 0006
       and 0057–Motor Fuel Tax                                   2,760,032,487.70        2,890,571,742.92       4.7        2,890,571,742.92
7922 Transfers from GR Account–Lottery 5025 to
       GR Account–Foundation School 0193                          888,192,470.80         1,011,169,830.81      13.8        1,011,169,830.81

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TABLE 15 (concluded)
NET EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT
Years Ending August 31

                                                                      2003                     2004                                2004
                                                                  Expenditures             Expenditures        Percentage     Expenditures
Object                                                             (All Funds)              (All Funds)         Change       (Excludes Trust)

INTERFUND TRANSFERS/OTHER (concluded)
7924 Allocations from Fund 0001 (Sporting Goods Tax) to
       GR Accounts 0064 and 0467                             $       32,000,000.00    $       32,000,000.00        0.0 % $      32,000,000.00
7930 Trust Payments–City Sales Tax Allocation                     2,655,115,102.67         2,847,767,586.62        7.3                   0.00
7931 Trust Payments–County Sales Tax Allocation                     224,964,643.01           241,374,568.49        7.3                   0.00
7932 Trust Payments–MTA Sales Tax Allocation                        927,138,379.43           978,335,129.73        5.5                   0.00
7933 Trust Payments–SPD Sales Tax Allocation                        107,198,616.98           112,748,320.03        5.2                   0.00
7940 Transfers from Fund 0001 to GR Account–Hotel
       Occupancy Tax 5003                                           19,071,953.95            19,709,811.75         3.3          19,709,811.75
7941 Transfers from Fund 0001 to GR Account–
       Foundation School 0193                                     6,133,925,125.49         5,960,264,269.06       (2.8)       5,960,264,269.06
7947 State Office of Risk Management Assessments                     97,596,955.51            70,278,568.78      (28.0)          70,197,691.01
7951 Allocations from Special Funds–UB to GR Fund 0001
       or Other Funds                                               35,495,982.43            21,169,557.87       (40.4)         21,169,557.87
7952 Transfer of Disproportionate Share Funds to
       Unappropriated GR                                           273,645,195.04           352,757,510.74        28.9         352,757,510.74
7953 Statewide Cost Allocation Plan Reimbursements to GR            26,367,912.36            24,902,406.46        (5.6)         24,712,926.46
7954 Allocations from Fund 0001 to Fund 0001
       (Unclaimed Motorboat and Other Fuels Tax Refunds)            26,215,000.00            26,337,000.00         0.5          26,337,000.00
7955 Allocations from ASF 0002 to Textbook Fund 0003                95,926,450.00           352,250,964.62       267.2         352,250,964.62
7956 Excess Priority Allocations from Fund 0001 to GR 0001         411,333,216.41           875,752,557.78       112.9         875,752,557.78
7957 Excess Priority Allocations from Fund 0001 to GR
       Account–Foundation School 0193                             1,691,575,665.13         1,594,945,896.78       (5.7)       1,594,945,896.78
7960 Allocation Transfers from Permanent Education
       Funds to Available Education Funds                                    0.00           912,068,049.53                     912,068,049.53
7961 STS (TEX-AN) Transfers to General Revenue 0001                 49,681,996.50            45,836,175.79        (7.7)         45,219,326.54
7962 Capitol Complex Transfers to General Revenue 0001               6,048,442.28             5,710,645.30        (5.6)          5,556,194.77
7963 Transfer from GR Account–Lottery 5025
       (Unclaimed Prizes) to Health, Unappropriated GR              66,954,469.79            32,965,549.00       (50.8)         32,965,549.00
7964 Master Lease Disbursements                                     23,290,320.71            14,749,371.92       (36.7)         14,749,371.92
7965 Cash Transfers Between Funds or Accounts–Medicaid
       Only                                                       8,660,786,613.89         2,587,737,038.40      (70.1)       2,587,737,038.40
7968 Operating Transfers Within Agency, Fund or Account
       and Fiscal Year                                            1,994,873,503.15         1,332,043,606.67      (33.2)        482,362,171.72
7969 Operating Transfers Out from GR–Other Agency
       902 Transactions                                           1,750,479,358.03         1,903,818,037.33        8.8        1,903,818,037.33
7970 Revenue and Expenditure Adjustments Within an
       Agency, Fund or Account and Fiscal Year                              (35.00)                    0.00      100.0                    0.00
7971 Federal Pass-Through Expenditure, Interagency
       Non-Operating for General, Budgeted                        4,370,504,564.50         4,209,704,645.16       (3.7)       4,209,704,645.16
7972 Other Cash Transfers Between Funds or Accounts              21,503,938,457.12        25,560,151,385.20       18.9       18,037,583,732.83
7973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account,
       Between Agencies                                           2,936,038,038.39         1,666,260,455.83      (43.2)       1,534,208,408.59
7978 Federal Pass-Through Expenditure Interagency,
       Operating for General, Budgeted                                       0.00                 4,894.71                           4,894.71
7980 Operating Account Transfers                                   198,687,621.98           137,594,469.53       (30.7)        137,594,469.53
7982 Allocations from Federal Grants for O.A.S.I./
       Retirement/Benefits                                            3,068,704.74             3,323,519.39        8.3            3,323,519.39
7984 Unemployment Compensation Benefit Transfers–
       Special Accounts to GR 0001 and Account 0165                  (4,538,099.83)           (5,046,188.36)     (11.2)          (5,181,921.61)
7985 Workers Compensation Payments Transfers–Special
       Funds/Accounts to GR Fund 0001                                    62,900.78                     0.00     (100.0)                   0.00
7986 Unexpended Balance Forward, Operating Transfers                806,012,321.06         1,136,175,282.82       41.0        1,054,903,958.76
7991 Residual Equity Cash Transfers Out                               6,489,056.83            50,888,286.82      684.2           27,200,736.73
7996 Direct Deposit Transfers                                       116,922,095.39           125,950,612.50        7.7                    0.00
      TOTAL INTERFUND TRANSFERS/OTHER                            66,883,760,132.35        65,707,538,062.00       (1.8)      45,722,689,509.24

TOTAL NET EXPENDITURES, INVESTMENTS, OTHER
 DISBURSEMENTS, AND INTERFUND TRANSFERS/OTHER                $147,687,628,215.10      $148,005,572,882.02          0.2 % $117,759,983,240.46




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TABLE 16
REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS BY DEPARTMENT
Year Ending August 31, 2004


This table shows revenues, expenditures, transfers and other uses/sources for all state funds by department within governmental
function. The primary function of a department is the basis for determining governmental function.

                                                                    Net                    Net                  Net                  Other
                                                                 Revenue              Expenditures           Transfers           Sources/Uses
Department                                                      (All Funds)            (All Funds)          (All Funds)           (All Funds)

LEGISLATIVE
101 Senate                                                $        114,199.94    $     33,690,255.10    $      (603,749.47) $               0.00
102 House of Representatives                                       214,160.91          34,357,932.46           (821,612.41)                 0.00
103 Texas Legislative Council                                        6,760.68          33,466,918.12         (1,667,289.50)                 0.00
104 Legislative Budget Board                                             0.00          10,527,720.90            517,210.79                  0.00
105 Legislative Reference Library                                   12,670.41           1,450,277.69            (18,318.62)                 0.00
107 Commission on Uniform State Laws                                     0.00             114,737.27                  0.00                  0.00
116 Sunset Advisory Committee                                          131.25           1,837,964.89            (26,462.11)                 0.00
308 State Auditor                                                  419,363.80          17,825,845.97          2,956,955.96                  0.00

JUDICIAL
201 Supreme Court                                                6,747,825.06          11,048,953.56          2,982,811.15                  0.00
202 State Bar of Texas                                               3,315.00                   0.00             37,448.23                  0.00
211 Court of Criminal Appeals                                    9,378,762.22          13,450,856.78         (1,936,610.74)                 0.00
212 Office of Court Administration                              15,080,814.03          25,172,619.27          5,144,345.37                  0.00
213 State Prosecuting Attorney, Office of                                0.00             376,719.36             (5,977.62)                 0.00
221 Court of Appeals–First Court of Appeals District                82,577.55           3,175,119.85            (35,713.83)                 0.00
222 Court of Appeals–Second Court of Appeals District               57,490.57           2,688,517.09             28,061.83                  0.00
223 Court of Appeals–Third Court of Appeals District                59,113.73           2,301,128.06             11,382.30                  0.00
224 Court of Appeals–Fourth Court of Appeals District               69,618.45           2,638,655.23             26,081.08                  0.00
225 Court of Appeals–Fifth Court of Appeals District                87,074.87           4,427,020.32            (16,862.05)                 0.00
226 Court of Appeals–Sixth Court of Appeals District                24,399.52           1,231,787.14             (2,972.51)                 0.00
227 Court of Appeals–Seventh Court of Appeals District              27,387.55           1,687,935.50            (10,787.08)                 0.00
228 Court of Appeals–Eighth Court of Appeals District               27,972.40           1,633,833.88            (20,444.24)                 0.00
229 Court of Appeals–Ninth Court of Appeals District                33,634.92           1,323,265.32             (7,999.62)                 0.00
230 Court of Appeals–Tenth Court of Appeals District                27,893.04           1,045,271.35             (3,325.11)                 0.00
231 Court of Appeals–Eleventh Court of Appeals District             27,137.94           1,287,751.10             (2,414.99)                 0.00
232 Court of Appeals–Twelfth Court of Appeals District              13,231.29           1,283,367.95             (4,983.59)                 0.00
233 Court of Appeals–Thirteenth Court of Appeals
       District                                                     93,869.32           2,431,768.65             21,845.83                  0.00
234 Court of Appeals–Fourteenth Court of Appeals
       District                                                     77,586.78           3,388,972.93             47,112.27                  0.00
241 District Courts–Comptroller’s Judiciary Section             21,799,518.48         104,437,432.53          1,299,593.73                  0.00
242 State Commission on Judicial Conduct                               652.88           1,049,901.52             96,836.82                  0.00
243 State Law Library                                               55,390.37             888,532.07            (28,532.06)                 0.00
360 State Office of Administrative Hearings                        156,383.59           7,800,541.10          1,361,920.90                  0.00

EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE
300 Governor–Fiscal                                             480,192,242.79         225,503,966.68       295,932,421.06            742,000.00
301 Governor–Executive                                                5,885.85           9,780,432.83            48,852.76                (50.00)
302 Attorney General                                          2,575,599,337.28       2,636,553,496.84       (42,174,412.26)                 0.00
303 Texas Building and Procurement Commission                     9,819,809.22          62,875,922.55       (17,580,540.11)                 0.00
304 Comptroller of Public Accounts                                  220,507.14         210,401,372.54        (4,685,314.53)                 0.00
306 Texas State Library and Archives Commission                  12,469,724.24          29,909,079.62         4,971,083.50                  0.00
307 Secretary of State                                          126,059,355.61          23,170,197.65       (59,749,036.08)                 0.00
311 Comptroller–Treasury Fiscal                                 153,171,719.70         148,184,255.84       (70,136,531.42)     6,679,349,655.55
313 Department of Information Resources                          39,991,048.38         113,735,174.49        77,103,549.85                  0.00
332 Texas Department of Housing and Community
      Affairs                                                   148,795,017.64        155,519,213.39        (8,485,923.92)                 0.00
333 Office of State–Federal Relations                                     0.00          1,205,594.68           205,819.56                  0.00
342 State Aircraft Pooling Board                                    109,604.25            285,117.21          (852,828.67)                 0.00
347 Texas Public Finance Authority                                3,727,096.06        170,949,538.28       161,236,066.56       (179,695,000.00)
352 Bond Review Board                                             1,399,129.09            595,458.99        (1,409,317.65)                 0.00
354 Texas Aerospace Commission                                            0.00             25,823.15            (2,064.40)                 0.00
356 Texas Ethics Commission                                         981,722.91          2,151,445.03          (722,178.56)                 0.00
357 Office of Rural Community Affairs                            75,629,911.74         80,590,434.71         3,115,326.63                  0.00
362 Texas Lottery Commission                                  1,688,240,814.63        706,615,000.51    (1,061,516,730.83)                 0.00
475 Office of Public Utility Counsel                                      0.00          1,743,218.68           177,310.52                  0.00
477 Commission on State Emergency Communications                102,449,147.03         81,686,720.39        (6,418,591.63)                 0.00
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REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS BY DEPARTMENT
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                                  Net                    Net                    Net                 Other
                                                               Revenue              Expenditures             Transfers          Sources/Uses
Department                                                    (All Funds)            (All Funds)            (All Funds)          (All Funds)

EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE (concluded)
479 State Office of Risk Management                     $      1,225,102.10    $     63,380,892.93    $      73,406,595.80 $               0.00
480 Texas Department of Economic Development                   1,107,304.65           2,705,960.72          (34,467,201.46)                0.00
808 Texas Historical Commission                                1,372,309.93          28,979,582.18            1,201,310.01                 0.00
809 State Preservation Board                                   8,821,831.58          12,929,755.32           (7,710,121.98)                0.00
813 Texas Commission on the Arts                               1,772,245.39           6,099,921.55              904,355.63                 0.00
819 Texas Emancipation Juneteenth Cultural and
      Historical Commission                                          0.00               157,373.84            (15,000.00)                  0.00
902 Comptroller–State Fiscal                            28,656,018,729.42           315,334,706.57    (11,997,215,089.02)                  0.00
903 Comptroller–Funds Management                                     0.00                     0.00          2,649,007.20                   0.00
907 Comptroller–State Energy Conservation Office            16,949,672.52            21,957,393.97        (11,919,948.23)                  0.00
930 Treasury Safekeeping Trust Company                       2,965,100.47             2,972,807.88             (3,157.99)                  0.00

REGULATORY
204 Court Reporter Certification Board                            50,450.00              14,756.66             (55,821.76)                0.00
312 State Securities Board                                   141,299,695.45           5,818,529.95        (141,263,221.25)                0.00
329 Texas Real Estate Commission                              17,755,650.13           7,942,717.11         (14,354,051.08)         (100,968.75)
337 Board of Tax Professional Examiners                          252,530.00             186,213.64            (241,628.26)                0.00
359 Office of Public Insurance Counsel                                 0.00           1,166,675.38             (16,808.92)                0.00
370 Texas Residential Construction Commission                  4,276,831.96           2,081,427.01          (2,190,381.53)                0.00
450 Savings and Loan Department                                5,508,071.87           3,093,683.44          (5,382,028.86)                0.00
451 Texas Department of Banking                               14,714,719.52          12,958,816.96         (14,937,990.58)                0.00
452 Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation              16,870,166.74          11,951,454.85         (12,872,331.38)                0.00
453 Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission                    15,503,825.39          59,739,266.00           7,779,381.24                 0.00
454 Texas Department of Insurance                             40,286,388.24          56,573,826.78          28,716,415.19                 0.00
456 Board of Plumbing Examiners                                2,729,994.02           1,801,211.49          (2,634,479.55)                0.00
457 Texas State Board of Public Accountancy                   17,135,007.17           3,326,767.96         (13,543,394.93)                0.00
458 Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission                      208,790,856.56          33,119,446.15        (208,024,144.48)                0.00
459 Texas Board of Architectural Examiners                     5,529,334.54           1,630,413.59          (4,044,620.97)                0.00
460 Texas Board of Professional Engineers                     10,317,309.78           2,513,789.89          (7,823,032.81)                0.00
464 Texas Board of Professional Land Surveying                 1,011,247.11             384,314.02            (999,866.62)                0.00
466 Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner                     4,537,429.19           3,124,044.04          (4,774,370.88)                0.00
467 Texas Commission on Private Security                          13,364.03             253,613.87            (240,240.98)                0.00
469 Credit Union Department                                    2,011,792.15           1,859,389.03          (2,059,709.21)                0.00
472 Texas Structural Pest Control Board                        2,417,230.47           1,747,656.54          (2,111,894.26)                0.00
473 Public Utility Commission of Texas                       137,795,617.65         115,005,752.38          (3,202,187.46)                0.00
476 Texas Racing Commission                                   11,376,326.00          11,123,208.28            (419,948.13)                0.00
478 Research and Oversight Council on Workers’
      Compensation                                                (2,151.09)            161,698.81           (2,598,923.79)                0.00
481 Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists                    982,248.60             549,292.04             (983,154.82)                0.00
502 State Board of Barber Examiners                            1,083,144.46             687,356.05           (1,055,869.66)                0.00
503 Texas State Board of Medical Examiners                    26,008,710.70           8,061,978.45          (22,859,772.23)                0.00
504 State Board of Dental Examiners                            5,240,245.64           1,613,247.07           (4,894,040.54)                0.00
505 Cosmetology Commission                                     9,384,102.58           2,384,637.33           (8,986,085.26)                0.00
507 Board of Nurse Examiners                                   7,859,130.84           3,876,306.21           (6,436,460.19)                0.00
508 Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners                      1,857,185.58             357,623.74           (1,820,191.35)                0.00
511 Board of Vocational Nurse Examiners                        1,639,513.53             863,151.64           (1,436,104.41)                0.00
512 State Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners                   400,317.50             237,898.16             (401,835.66)                0.00
513 Texas Funeral Service Commission                           1,568,305.27             721,230.41           (1,555,973.22)                0.00
514 Texas Optometry Board                                      1,075,012.25             395,373.99           (1,030,027.02)                0.00
515 Texas State Board of Pharmacy                              5,052,900.21           3,406,176.86             (479,480.27)                0.00
520 Board of Examiners of Psychologists                        1,766,094.07             720,822.95           (1,701,661.10)                0.00
533 Executive Council of Physical and Occupational
      Therapy Examiners                                        2,716,589.12           1,060,446.98           (2,575,383.37)                0.00
578 State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners                1,834,214.77             690,960.13           (1,797,677.29)                0.00

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
318 Texas Commission for the Blind                             44,283,053.12          51,285,070.23          (2,997,578.97)          (20,000.00)
320 Texas Workforce Commission                              3,273,719,412.89       3,361,927,670.16        (168,751,686.27)    1,396,339,724.67
324 Department of Human Services                            1,107,009,736.30       4,879,996,537.73       2,139,936,660.29                 0.00
330 Texas Rehabilitation Commission                           262,824,511.91         289,857,274.73         (10,662,649.07)          (20,000.00)
335 Texas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing             750,801.98           2,482,485.24             652,461.07                 0.00

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TABLE 16 (continued)
REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS BY DEPARTMENT
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                                    Net                    Net                    Net               Other
                                                                 Revenue              Expenditures             Transfers        Sources/Uses
Department                                                      (All Funds)            (All Funds)            (All Funds)        (All Funds)

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES (concluded)
340 Texas Department on Aging                             $   71,188,145.40      $   77,729,307.60      $   (2,340,055.17) $               0.00
344 Commission on Human Rights                                 1,399,329.93           1,570,254.02            (516,354.10)                 0.00
364 Health Professions Council                                         0.00             150,971.74              (4,113.30)                 0.00
403 Texas Veterans Commission                                          0.00           4,231,709.45             (48,236.23)                 0.00
501 Texas Department of Health                             1,078,520,218.96       1,379,591,017.85         (40,611,443.60)                 0.00
517 Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse               144,366,423.48         147,068,023.86         (19,272,649.50)                 0.00
527 Texas Cancer Council                                           3,600.20           3,090,377.40             (79,092.60)                 0.00
529 Health and Human Services Commission                  12,638,085,238.08      12,218,393,279.51      (3,554,017,725.51)           (42,500.00)
530 Department of Family and Protective Services             290,791,765.24         857,888,229.21         291,003,736.25                  0.00
532 Interagency Council on Early Childhood Intervention       31,646,140.73         119,150,708.18          55,955,454.44                  0.00
655 Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental
      Retardation                                              192,400,382.49        2,366,649,300.09       1,092,448,272.48               0.00

NATURAL RESOURCES/RECREATIONAL
305 General Land Office                                        460,844,933.34        1,208,234,743.26         (6,872,808.74)    738,299,026.16
317 General Land Office–Fiscal                                 461,474,135.97          214,659,586.04       (118,708,662.84)              0.00
369 Texas Council on Environmental Technology                            0.00              648,635.87         (1,827,833.10)              0.00
455 Railroad Commission of Texas                                43,688,103.64           61,378,452.89        (11,555,065.64)              0.00
551 Department of Agriculture                                   36,166,961.74           51,857,232.98        (35,476,851.31)         77,861.29
554 Texas Animal Health Commission                               7,894,287.23           17,229,779.06           (153,196.25)        (22,000.00)
579 Rio Grande Compact Commission                                        0.00              145,048.36               (617.64)              0.00
580 Texas Water Development Board                              103,513,580.83          173,519,544.36         23,159,812.85      76,686,428.78
582 Texas Commission on Environmental Quality                  376,573,275.65          366,715,179.72        122,742,628.80               0.00
583 Sabine River Compact Administration                                  0.00               59,150.65               (341.50)              0.00
592 Soil and Water Conservation Board                            3,946,679.00           19,755,819.14         (1,059,609.02)              0.00
596 Red River Compact Commission                                         0.00               37,487.95               (779.12)              0.00
598 Canadian River Commission                                            0.00               21,697.60               (280.26)              0.00
599 Pecos River Compact Commission                                       0.00              119,101.03               (302.46)              0.00
802 Parks and Wildlife Department                              202,867,301.64          261,396,759.62         17,667,661.36           8,483.26
904 Texas Food and Fibers Commission                                     0.00            1,401,958.04             (3,200.94)              0.00

TRANSPORTATION
601 Texas Department of Transportation                        3,985,799,467.73       5,905,476,957.87       2,433,279,346.06          (1,922.00)

PUBLIC SAFETY AND CORRECTIONS
401 Adjutant General’s Department                               35,129,586.92          45,350,038.57          (1,487,254.50)               0.00
405 Texas Department of Public Safety                          518,934,117.87         630,060,618.56        (264,423,968.19)         (67,675.00)
406 Texas Military Facilities Commission                             3,705.36           1,968,111.48             (47,377.12)               0.00
407 Commission on Law Enforcement Officer
       Standards and Education                                   3,729,364.30            3,005,265.01             (98,998.10)              0.00
409 Commission on Jail Standards                                     5,200.63              970,560.60                (399.12)              0.00
410 Criminal Justice Policy Council                                     75.00              231,164.43              (4,006.88)              0.00
411 Texas Commission on Fire Protection                          1,082,919.61            3,208,112.74          (1,514,059.38)              0.00
665 Texas Juvenile Probation Commission                            115,505.07          132,068,209.75          32,233,744.30          (2,000.00)
694 Texas Youth Commission                                       3,875,415.43          274,090,565.04          12,731,859.77               0.00
696 Texas Department of Criminal Justice                       163,362,842.92        2,692,058,532.41         (40,321,236.86)              0.00

EDUCATION
315 Comptroller–Prepaid Higher Education Tuition
      Board                                                     143,581,536.38       50,952,977.35            (195,587.08)      (271,000,000.00)
367 Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund Board                206,308,595.50       41,725,374.02        (155,907,642.21)                 0.00
506 University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center             147,263,569.01      289,640,774.28          (1,716,180.85)                 0.00
555 Texas Cooperative Extension                                      27,311.73       54,470,022.78            (213,028.98)                 0.00
556 Texas Agricultural Experiment Station                            43,473.36       55,531,479.11          (4,079,653.55)                 0.00
557 Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory                    2,425.38        5,706,014.11            (241,242.61)                 0.00
576 Texas Forest Service                                         16,029,938.05       31,530,602.17            (195,874.35)                 0.00
577 Texas Wildlife Damage Management Service                              0.00          296,309.39                 (12.33)                 0.00
701 Texas Education Agency                                    4,423,658,658.56   14,245,863,284.57      10,188,477,849.72         31,579,692.31
704 Public Community/Junior Colleges                                      0.00      753,616,090.00                   0.00                  0.00
705 State Board for Educator Certification                       19,434,158.55       17,092,887.03         (17,888,984.36)                 0.00


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TABLE 16 (continued)
REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS BY DEPARTMENT
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                               Net                    Net                  Net                Other
                                                            Revenue              Expenditures           Transfers         Sources/Uses
Department                                                 (All Funds)            (All Funds)          (All Funds)         (All Funds)

EDUCATION (continued)
709 Texas A&M University System Health Science
      Center                                           $     6,845,670.16    $    63,059,015.68   $     (2,470,236.66) $            0.00
710 Texas A&M University System                              4,703,917.25         37,514,599.79         38,990,083.68     (28,814,457.00)
711 Texas A&M University (Main University)                  75,596,502.35        385,905,299.54         86,426,840.33               0.00
712 Texas Engineering Experiment Station                        81,460.01         16,880,718.40          3,455,375.94               0.00
713 Tarleton State University                                9,894,509.92         42,350,325.78            951,200.62               0.00
714 University of Texas at Arlington                        37,592,643.11        133,563,458.22          3,997,458.24               0.00
715 Prairie View A&M University                             15,976,185.45         70,773,811.26         14,092,076.87      (1,760,000.00)
716 Texas Engineering Extension Service                         14,749.86          5,627,031.71           (600,722.84)              0.00
717 Texas Southern University                               19,913,978.00         72,665,488.82          2,125,165.82      (6,185,399.09)
718 Texas A&M University at Galveston                        3,231,013.62         14,600,554.95             10,299.78               0.00
719 Texas State Technical College System                    13,525,924.67         75,719,661.45           (377,360.27)     (1,465,000.00)
720 University of Texas System                             506,719,748.06         86,283,996.99       (225,206,586.57)   (268,189,300.66)
721 University of Texas at Austin                          102,343,465.56        502,251,125.97        118,399,768.23               0.00
723 University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston        163,946,743.34        423,777,212.99            (51,713.93)              0.00
724 University of Texas at El Paso                          20,492,512.39         92,362,898.22          5,522,758.55               0.00
727 Texas Transportation Institute                                  44.77          4,389,427.69         (1,386,500.80)              0.00
729 University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
      at Dallas                                             11,412,628.22        119,374,328.82           665,869.69                 0.00
730 University of Houston                                   39,876,182.54        228,358,831.47        26,378,739.50        (3,505,373.27)
731 Texas Woman’s University                                14,294,339.82         65,285,529.57          (700,063.20)       (2,855,000.00)
732 Texas A&M University–Kingsville                          9,713,837.99         48,845,740.14         2,602,550.64                 0.00
733 Texas Tech University                                   54,165,455.55        188,821,923.15         5,308,623.13        (1,923,073.95)
734 Lamar University                                        10,986,130.52         49,755,243.23         1,615,426.20                 0.00
735 Midwestern State University                              7,146,616.00         29,676,972.97           824,216.00          (564,935.05)
736 University of Texas–Pan American                        16,505,341.55         84,826,848.99        10,350,314.76        (2,995,000.00)
737 Angelo State University                                  6,159,944.09         34,425,539.97         1,719,233.25                 0.00
738 University of Texas at Dallas                           24,203,107.16         87,507,796.55         2,688,809.87                 0.00
739 Texas Tech University Health Science Center             10,537,230.42        123,507,569.01          (583,508.19)         (130,000.00)
742 University of Texas of the Permian Basin                 3,074,116.93         16,697,925.40           278,760.92                 0.00
743 University of Texas at San Antonio                      28,063,102.61        107,820,078.77         6,006,246.42                 0.00
744 University of Texas Health Science Center at
      Houston                                                9,946,212.52        141,912,467.26           497,386.53                 0.00
745 University of Texas Health Science Center at
      San Antonio                                           16,399,037.65        130,216,031.89            322,745.43                0.00
747 University of Texas at Brownsville                       2,826,047.66         26,248,210.91          1,315,433.12                0.00
750 University of Texas at Tyler                             4,419,482.81         29,286,544.80            663,153.07                0.00
751 Texas A&M University–Commerce                            7,768,652.37         49,307,592.25          3,529,664.10                0.00
752 University of North Texas                               41,330,900.79        144,842,705.80          3,198,736.28       (1,215,000.00)
753 Sam Houston State University                            24,519,619.05         67,943,248.12          2,399,942.86         (397,837.78)
754 Texas State University–San Marcos                       34,293,597.81        122,898,920.98          2,865,553.06                0.00
755 Stephen F. Austin State University                      14,162,293.25         65,662,913.85          2,073,100.08       (1,874,835.00)
756 Sul Ross State University                                3,537,027.86         21,152,595.05           (160,493.98)               0.00
757 West Texas A&M University                                8,875,723.26         40,976,060.41            947,067.28                0.00
758 Board of Regents, Texas State University System             69,917.86          6,058,195.08            (66,556.85)     (12,097,652.22)
759 University of Houston–Clear Lake                         9,873,537.48         40,864,256.12         (1,573,806.91)      (1,125,000.00)
760 Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi                      9,422,197.24         49,403,541.81          1,908,113.92                0.00
761 Texas A&M International University                       4,327,669.24         31,261,751.21          3,114,128.93                0.00
763 University of North Texas Health Science Center
      at Fort Worth                                          5,153,405.19         49,346,104.98           (857,314.37)        (730,000.00)
764 Texas A&M University–Texarkana                           1,627,593.45         11,153,101.89                171.61                0.00
765 University of Houston–Victoria                           2,677,913.88         13,143,707.07         (1,965,853.32)        (814,848.00)
768 Texas Tech University System                                     0.00          8,714,632.43                  0.00                0.00
769 University of North Texas System                                 0.00          8,852,544.82             (4,542.33)               0.00
771 Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired         1,073,801.16         20,832,380.53          1,245,006.37                0.00
772 Texas School for the Deaf                                  460,782.22         22,163,207.65            781,617.81                0.00
781 Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board              127,108,308.23        344,655,329.51        (86,917,512.46)     (12,398,557.73)
783 University of Houston System                                (3,888.83)        11,342,761.92          6,632,720.35          (82,191.77)
784 University of Houston–Downtown                          11,666,139.33         37,600,485.81            526,030.96       (1,793,876.00)
785 University of Texas Health Center at Tyler              30,214,710.38         65,904,126.39           (460,733.54)               0.00



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TABLE 16 (concluded)
REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS BY DEPARTMENT
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                            Net                    Net                    Net                     Other
                                                         Revenue              Expenditures             Transfers              Sources/Uses
Department                                              (All Funds)            (All Funds)            (All Funds)              (All Funds)

EDUCATION (concluded)
787 Lamar State College–Orange                    $      1,652,279.55    $      8,339,020.64    $         102,124.84     $       (193,665.14)
788 Lamar State College–Port Arthur                      2,042,039.84          12,129,751.78              194,667.93                    0.00
789 Lamar Institute of Technology                        1,959,965.60          10,895,438.90              101,384.85                    0.00

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
323 Teacher Retirement System of Texas                3,254,816,589.86       3,057,351,150.89       (2,703,418,842.72)       2,389,198,691.68
325 Fire Fighter’s Pension Commissioner                      45,929.09             994,130.05              508,194.09                    0.00
327 Employees Retirement System of Texas                720,574,233.12       2,141,064,141.82          331,133,158.12          592,908,000.00
338 State Pension Review Board                               11,000.50             330,840.21              (12,002.80)                   0.00
353 Texas Incentive and Productivity Commission                   0.00             131,957.62               98,047.68                    0.00

TOTAL                                             $70,964,658,416.62     $69,186,011,788.61     $(3,543,357,272.85) $11,103,106,445.29




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TABLE 17
CASH BALANCES, REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
Year Ending August 31, 2004

This table presents beginning cash balance, total net revenue and expenditures, and the ending cash balance for each state fund
within fund groups. A separate presentation is shown for consolidated general revenue and non-consolidated funds.
                                                             Net Cash                                                      Net Cash
                                                             Balance                                                       Balance
Group/Fund                                                   09/01/03            Revenues           Expenditures           08/31/04

CONSOLIDATED GENERAL REVENUE

 0001 General Revenue Fund                              $ (1,978,434,878.17) $ 52,777,051,555.30 $ 52,242,250,620.70 $ (1,443,633,943.57)

GENERAL REVENUE ACCOUNTS, DEDICATED

 GROUP 01: GENERAL STATE OPERATING AND
  DISBURSING FUNDS
 0004 GR Account–University of Texas Pan-American
        Mineral                                                     294.71                0.00                  0.00              294.71
 0009 GR Account–Game, Fish, and Water Safety                40,518,905.63      162,918,243.42        159,381,388.65       44,055,760.40
 0019 GR Account–Vital Statistics                             8,145,267.52        4,660,807.16          3,248,271.51        9,557,803.17
 0027 GR Account–Coastal Protection                          37,829,988.49        8,904,299.25         24,622,125.88       22,112,161.86
 0028 GR Account–Appraiser Registry                              17,525.00          119,275.00            110,675.00           26,125.00
 0036 GR Account–Texas Department of Insurance
        Operating                                            59,303,908.92       81,998,532.06         84,400,717.56       56,901,723.42
 0064 GR Account–State Parks                                 15,853,013.65       60,739,797.83         62,645,952.59       13,946,858.89
 0071 GR Account–Texas Highway Beautification                   287,263.98          615,375.75            760,898.27          141,741.46
 0088 GR Account–Low-Level Radioactive Waste                    434,709.57        8,878,417.47          1,146,811.10        8,166,315.94
 0095 GR Account–Texas A&M University Mineral
        Investment                                              923,264.36         4,262,617.04         5,071,528.72          114,352.68
 0096 GR Account–Texas A&M University Mineral
        Income                                                  515,707.92        1,884,533.84          1,775,108.43          625,133.33
 0099 GR Account–Operators and Chauffeurs License             3,308,940.72       31,132,934.22         11,700,038.72       22,741,836.22
 0101 GR Account–Alternative Fuels Research and
        Education                                               525,398.00         2,122,480.24         2,208,005.61          439,872.63
 0102 GR Account–Air Control Board                            1,871,912.32         5,684,591.13         5,404,881.49        2,151,621.96
 0106 GR Account–Scholarship Fund for Fifth Year
        Accounting Students                                   2,199,933.87        3,476,643.22          3,376,088.51        2,300,488.58
 0107 GR Account–Comprehensive Rehabilitation                 1,542,351.09       10,670,863.40          7,750,802.13        4,462,412.36
 0108 GR Account–Private Beauty Culture School
        Tuition Protection                                      164,711.23                  0.00                0.00          164,711.23
 0116 GR Account–Law Enforcement Officer Standards
        and Education                                         8,819,844.89       10,443,950.05          9,292,780.03        9,971,014.91
 0129 GR Account–Hospital Licensing                           1,839,276.38        1,732,674.38          1,366,905.20        2,205,045.56
 0145 GR Account–Oil-Field Cleanup                           12,773,622.03       21,901,206.15         17,060,987.74       17,613,840.44
 0146 GR Account–Used Oil Recycling                           5,653,075.64        1,169,903.31            526,329.12        6,296,649.83
 0151 GR Account–Clean Air                                   53,560,280.76       83,993,258.03         76,298,646.40       61,254,892.39
 0153 GR Account–Water Resource Management                   31,798,510.29       49,784,122.46         36,827,206.35       44,755,426.40
 0154 GR Account–Texas A&M University–Kingsville
        Special Mineral                                               0.00           34,937.00                 0.00            34,937.00
 0158 GR Account–Watermaster Administration                     974,471.16          960,425.13           949,191.60           985,704.69
 0165 GR Account–Unemployment Compensation Special
        Administration                                       25,272,217.08       12,914,425.67         14,740,072.54       23,446,570.21
 0225 GR Account–University of Houston Current               15,102,477.81       62,277,476.29         70,322,161.72        7,057,792.38
 0226 GR Account–University of Texas–Pan American
        Current                                               4,400,708.86       16,240,555.64         16,020,762.75        4,620,501.75
 0227 GR Account–Angelo State University Current              5,676,503.82        6,045,825.06          6,034,710.95        5,687,617.93
 0228 GR Account–University of Texas at Tyler Current         4,469,797.64        4,404,393.99          4,145,521.20        4,728,670.43
 0229 GR Account–University of Houston–Clear Lake
        Current                                               7,480,984.78         9,871,290.79        12,013,584.29        5,338,691.28
 0230 GR Account–Texas A&M University–Corpus
        Christi Current                                       5,057,283.36         9,246,820.39         8,653,437.52        5,650,666.23
 0231 GR Account–Texas A&M International University
        Current                                               4,410,616.28         4,696,499.61         4,495,318.51        4,611,797.38
 0232 GR Account–Texas A&M University–Texarkana
        Current                                                 855,256.86         1,627,538.75         1,309,935.50        1,172,860.11
 0233 GR Account–University of Houston–Victoria
        Current                                                 279,691.28         3,146,087.44         2,385,557.19        1,040,221.53
 0235 GR Account–University of Texas at Brownsville
        Current                                               1,264,917.03         2,825,035.95         2,768,557.51        1,321,395.47

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TABLE 17 (continued)
CASH BALANCES, REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                              Net Cash                                                Net Cash
                                                              Balance                                                 Balance
Group/Fund                                                    09/01/03          Revenues          Expenditures        08/31/04

 GROUP 01: GENERAL STATE OPERATING AND
  DISBURSING FUNDS (continued)
 0236 GR Account–University of Texas System Cancer
        Center Current                                    $       23,052.99 $      170,540.23 $         96,431.89 $       97,161.33
 0237 GR Account–Texas State Technical College System
        Current                                                7,199,541.75      13,189,790.70      13,349,077.62      7,040,254.83
 0238 GR Account–University of Texas at Dallas Current         9,379,858.66      24,178,264.17      22,789,713.61     10,768,409.22
 0239 GR Account–Texas Tech University Health Science
        Center Current                                         2,237,369.76       6,400,563.46       4,975,945.50      3,661,987.72
 0242 GR Account–Texas A&M University Current                 19,605,340.04      74,120,846.76      65,069,557.22     28,656,629.58
 0243 GR Account–Tarleton State University Current             6,471,754.24       9,724,806.29       9,747,982.95      6,448,577.58
 0244 GR Account–University of Texas at Arlington
        Current                                                7,929,748.91      37,471,472.79      36,549,630.43      8,851,591.27
 0245 GR Account–Prairie View A&M University Current           3,943,250.17      13,260,302.40       8,349,406.43      8,854,146.14
 0246 GR Account–University of Texas Medical Branch at
        Galveston Current                                              0.00       6,262,896.14       6,262,896.14              0.00
 0247 GR Account–Texas Southern University Current             2,346,986.25      19,911,360.00      19,465,566.50      2,792,779.75
 0248 GR Account–University of Texas at Austin Current        28,893,902.76     100,783,275.21      98,552,967.83     31,124,210.14
 0249 GR Account–University of Texas at San Antonio
        Current                                                5,691,713.88      28,026,636.53      31,548,587.55      2,169,762.86
 0250 GR Account–University of Texas at El Paso Current          811,483.39      18,967,317.02      19,197,070.54        581,729.87
 0251 GR Account–University of Texas of the Permian
        Basin Current                                          1,113,408.72       3,074,005.44       3,104,177.46      1,083,236.70
 0252 GR Account–University of Texas Southwestern
        Medical Center Dallas Current                          3,242,799.80       6,231,492.11       2,060,671.64      7,413,620.27
 0253 GR Account–Texas Woman’s University Current             11,711,446.30      14,089,695.96      14,203,175.95     11,597,966.31
 0254 GR Account–Texas A&M University–Kingsville
        Current                                                4,459,865.72       9,568,734.22       7,195,229.28      6,833,370.66
 0255 GR Account–Texas Tech University Current                 4,991,944.10      52,848,609.73      37,440,368.45     20,400,185.38
 0256 GR Account–Lamar University Current                        557,489.85      10,863,827.62       5,898,374.27      5,522,943.20
 0257 GR Account–Texas A&M University–Commerce
        Current                                                2,905,703.70       9,976,612.11       9,123,231.66      3,759,084.15
 0258 GR Account–University of North Texas Current            12,237,994.85      40,785,688.54      39,198,478.24     13,825,205.15
 0259 GR Account–Sam Houston State University Current         15,728,162.90      17,827,311.98      13,911,492.52     19,643,982.36
 0260 GR Account–Texas State University–San Marcos
        Current                                               12,491,517.51      33,400,369.34      33,655,760.78     12,236,126.07
 0261 GR Account–Stephen F. Austin State University
        Current                                                2,378,231.71      13,426,554.32      15,642,344.82        162,441.21
 0262 GR Account–Sul Ross State University Current             1,690,930.24       2,857,805.31       1,951,584.49      2,597,151.06
 0263 GR Account–West Texas A&M University Current             7,733,193.04       8,462,840.10       9,281,072.67      6,914,960.47
 0264 GR Account–Midwestern State University Current           2,543,936.28       7,081,704.70       7,499,629.07      2,126,011.91
 0268 GR Account–University of Houston Downtown
        Current                                                1,127,737.88      11,661,877.51      11,196,210.33      1,593,405.06
 0269 GR Account–Texas Tech University Special Mineral            34,058.30          43,648.54          71,753.66          5,953.18
 0271 GR Account–University of Texas Health Science
        Center at Houston Current                              6,340,376.03       6,866,375.93      10,443,798.90      2,762,953.06
 0275 GR Account–Texas A&M University at Galveston
        Current                                                1,769,931.86       3,075,961.41       2,617,856.11      2,228,037.16
 0279 GR Account–University of Texas Health Science
        Center at San Antonio Current                          6,770,178.32       4,912,337.46       7,410,655.03      4,271,860.75
 0280 GR Account–University of North Texas Health
        Science Center at Fort Worth Current                   2,890,197.88       2,859,192.42       4,490,802.10      1,258,588.20
 0282 GR Account–University of Texas Health Center at
        Tyler Current                                                24.46                 0.00            24.46                 0.00
 0283 GR Account–Texas State University System Special
        Mineral                                                   57,225.41          69,917.86               0.00        127,143.27
 0285 GR Account–Lamar State College Orange Current            1,896,003.00       1,640,615.47       1,989,544.43      1,547,074.04
 0286 GR Account–Lamar State College Port Arthur
        Current                                                1,291,577.52       2,041,981.53       2,612,428.88       721,130.17
 0287 GR Account–Lamar Institute of Technology Current           258,491.12       1,953,846.39       1,672,373.40       539,964.11
 0289 GR Account–Texas A&M University System Health
        Science Center Current                                 1,845,016.80       4,182,637.03       3,551,577.60      2,476,076.23
 0334 GR Account–Commission on the Arts Operating                786,646.28         983,184.06       1,448,253.01        321,577.33
 0337 GR Account–Peace Officers Memorial                              11.25              38.75               0.00             50.00
 0341 GR Account–Food and Drug Retail Fee                      3,920,515.91       1,997,868.81       1,692,688.40      4,225,696.32

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TABLE 17 (continued)
CASH BALANCES, REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                              Net Cash                                                  Net Cash
                                                              Balance                                                   Balance
Group/Fund                                                    09/01/03          Revenues           Expenditures         08/31/04

 GROUP 01: GENERAL STATE OPERATING AND
  DISBURSING FUNDS (continued)
 0345 GR Account–Telecommunications Infrastructure       $   229,623,670.51 $   405,597,437.97 $    381,302,850.15 $   253,918,258.33
 0412 GR Account–Midwestern State University Special
        Mineral                                                   16,482.78           4,176.49                0.00          20,659.27
 0420 GR Account–Parks and Wildlife Operating                    519,946.41         128,179.40          126,804.16         521,321.65
 0425 GR Account–Rural Economic Development                      316,610.58         621,275.16          616,610.58         321,275.16
 0450 GR Account–Coastal Public Lands Management Fee              33,228.40         209,853.47          133,558.28         109,523.59
 0452 GR Account–Texas Spill Response                            118,584.14               0.00                0.00         118,584.14
 0453 GR Account–Disaster Contingency                                510.50               0.00         (106,649.66)        107,160.16
 0467 GR Account–Texas Recreation and Parks                   57,136,352.29      16,875,308.62       19,001,897.35      55,009,763.56
 0468 GR Account–Texas Commission on Environmental
        Quality Occupational Licensing                         4,919,047.77       1,777,007.57        1,182,599.24       5,513,456.10
 0472 GR Account–Inaugural                                       125,359.74         121,113.47          119,266.54         127,206.67
 0492 GR Account–Business Enterprise Program                   6,137,830.73       1,772,907.49        1,626,118.00       6,284,620.22
 0501 GR Account–Motorcycle Education                          2,997,741.58         946,124.00           40,413.09       3,903,452.49
 0506 GR Account–Non-Game and Endangered Species
        Conservation                                             336,202.11         237,284.50           23,795.27         549,691.34
 0507 GR Account–State Lease                                  15,118,328.85      67,919,814.87       76,210,411.79       6,827,731.93
 0512 GR Account–Bureau of Emergency Management                2,199,600.19       1,637,993.95        1,057,487.44       2,780,106.70
 0523 GR Account–Pharmacy Board Operating                      4,024,800.79       4,760,995.82        3,651,638.76       5,134,157.85
 0524 GR Account–Department of Health Public Health
        Services Fees                                          5,086,333.47      10,466,907.78       10,796,620.62       4,756,620.63
 0542 GR Account–Medical School Tuition Set Aside                282,168.41         897,404.01          442,863.54         736,708.88
 0543 GR Account–Texas Capital Trust                           9,626,506.18       1,046,868.93          134,843.43      10,538,531.68
 0544 GR Account–Lifetime License Endowment                    5,805,512.44       1,236,469.89            6,555.30       7,035,427.03
 0549 GR Account–Waste Management                             39,289,663.02      58,791,639.57       53,521,548.40      44,559,754.19
 0550 GR Account–Hazardous and Solid Waste
        Remediation Fees                                      77,751,102.61      27,656,129.37       31,809,244.53      73,597,987.45
 0563 GR Account–Agricultural Soil and Water
        Conservation                                            271,510.31         488,871.04          760,381.35                  0.00
 0570 GR Account–Federal Surplus Property Service
        Charge                                                  125,850.94        1,744,776.14        1,699,496.86        171,130.22
 0581 GR Account–Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement
        Management Institute                                   4,594,918.75       4,309,874.72        3,633,655.57       5,271,137.90
 0597 GR Account–Texas Racing Commission                       2,435,014.11       9,917,593.74       10,175,050.20       2,177,557.65
 0655 GR Account–Petroleum Storage Tank Remediation          180,662,441.17      73,602,265.12       83,748,361.77     170,516,344.52
 0664 GR Account–Texas Preservation Trust                     11,683,201.75      20,299,033.46       20,009,892.72      11,972,342.49
 0679 GR Account–Artificial Reef                               6,167,295.69       1,360,111.71          946,803.95       6,580,603.45
 5000 GR Account–Solid Waste Disposal Fees                    37,116,643.58      18,538,455.65       14,222,217.37      41,432,881.86
 5002 GR Account–Young Farmer Loan Guarantee                  10,749,484.73         184,933.98        5,423,268.49       5,511,150.22
 5003 GR Account–Hotel Occupancy Tax for
        Economic Development                                   2,888,746.37      23,690,268.32       20,558,055.30       6,020,959.39
 5004 GR Account–Texas Parks and Wildlife Conservation
        and Capital                                            1,470,310.65       1,188,867.83          597,857.84       2,061,320.64
 5005 GR Account–Oil Overcharge                               78,351,740.18      83,615,346.60       99,408,710.09      62,558,376.69
 5006 GR Account–Attorney General Law Enforcement                678,572.79       2,904,684.79        2,569,833.00       1,013,424.58
 5007 GR Account–Commission on State Emergency
        Communications                                        12,020,949.70      11,624,185.25       10,229,671.56      13,415,463.39
 5009 GR Account–Children with Special Healthcare
        Needs                                                    537,668.56           1,097.40         133,756.91          405,009.05
 5010 GR Account–Sexual Assault Program                        1,391,808.67         359,175.45         381,224.75        1,369,759.37
 5012 GR Account–Crime Stoppers Assistance                       738,897.59         521,797.27         382,220.43          878,474.43
 5013 GR Account–Breath Alcohol Testing                          261,657.45       1,120,418.42         215,108.20        1,166,967.67
 5015 GR Account–Texas Collegiate License Plates                 584,870.01         475,246.00         591,954.00          468,162.01
 5016 GR Account–Research and Oversight Council on
        Workers’ Compensation                                  2,586,569.76         866,889.01        3,453,458.77               0.00
 5017 GR Account–Asbestos Removal Licensure                   11,678,283.86       3,818,798.28        2,443,325.99      13,053,756.15
 5018 GR Account–Home Health Services                          7,041,353.98       5,596,226.79        4,180,989.62       8,456,591.15
 5019 GR Account–Proprietary School Tuition Protection           500,180.16               0.00          500,180.16               0.00
 5020 GR Account–Workplace Chemicals List                        907,650.61         836,367.52          511,778.07       1,232,240.06
 5021 GR Account–Certification of Mammography
        Systems                                                 796,363.12         473,554.12          333,479.65         936,437.59
 5022 GR Account–Oyster Sales                                   452,317.92         424,969.09          315,955.37         561,331.64

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TABLE 17 (continued)
CASH BALANCES, REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                              Net Cash                                                 Net Cash
                                                              Balance                                                  Balance
Group/Fund                                                    09/01/03          Revenues          Expenditures         08/31/04

 GROUP 01: GENERAL STATE OPERATING AND
  DISBURSING FUNDS (continued)
 5023 GR Account–Shrimp License Buy Back                 $       325,889.72 $       212,859.07 $        98,002.87 $       440,745.92
 5024 GR Account–Food and Drug Registration                    4,891,685.07       5,263,210.41       3,985,454.80       6,169,440.68
 5025 GR Account–Lottery                                      94,877,324.17   1,995,911,540.44   1,983,169,715.79     107,619,148.82
 5027 GR Account–Read to Succeed Plates                          124,275.00          35,926.00          27,725.00         132,476.00
 5028 GR Account–Fugitive Apprehension                         1,864,780.58      34,309,733.78      14,660,783.38      21,513,730.98
 5029 GR Account–Center for Study and Prevention of
        Juvenile Crime and Delinquency                         3,563,889.72       2,194,561.59       1,615,238.93       4,143,212.38
 5030 GR Account–Big Bend National Park Plates                    61,598.15          47,177.60          48,299.95          60,475.80
 5031 GR Account–Excess Benefit Arrangement, Teacher
        Retirement System                                         37,540.47        516,529.30         494,873.92           59,195.85
 5032 GR Account–Animal Friendly Plates                        1,186,408.71        370,009.00         310,275.69        1,246,142.02
 5034 GR Account–Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
        Scholarship Plates                                        33,900.00          40,346.00          33,900.00          40,346.00
 5035 GR Account–Capital Access                                4,701,264.79             678.15       4,701,942.94               0.00
 5036 GR Account–Attorney General Volunteer Advocate
        Program Plates                                          103,584.41           73,678.00          92,799.59          84,462.82
 5037 GR Account–Sexual Assault Prevention and Crisis
        Services                                                333,653.16        3,675,717.00       3,999,856.00           9,514.16
 5039 GR Account–Excess Benefit Arrangement,
        Employees Retirement System                                    0.00          66,915.24          66,915.24               0.00
 5040 GR Account–Tobacco Settlement                          157,488,843.98     486,004,084.22     518,300,866.97     125,192,061.23
 5042 GR Account–Texas Reads Plates                               23,000.00           5,632.00              22.00          28,610.00
 5049 GR Account–State Owned Multicategorical
        Teaching Hospital                                              0.00      10,000,000.00      10,000,000.00               0.00
 5050 GR Account–9-1-1 Service Fees                           60,939,977.53      49,116,151.23      38,884,445.95      71,171,682.81
 5051 GR Account–Go Texan Partner Program Plates               1,303,740.66       1,693,329.75         706,165.41       2,290,905.00
 5052 GR Account–Girl Scout License Plates                           586.00           3,512.00             586.00           3,512.00
 5053 GR Account–Tourism Plates                                   68,013.85          43,507.00          68,013.85          43,507.00
 5055 GR Account–Texas Special Olympics License Plates                25.00              (3.00)              0.00              22.00
 5057 GR Account–Waterfowl and Wetland Conservation
        License Plates                                            49,948.50          25,281.00          50,148.51          25,080.99
 5059 GR Account–Peace Officer Flag                                4,882.29           7,864.67          (1,429.32)         14,176.28
 5060 GR Account–Private Sector Prison Industries
        Expansion                                              1,704,018.47       3,584,631.20       2,417,949.20       2,870,700.47
 5064 GR Account–Volunteer Fire Department Assistance         21,208,256.07      29,307,464.11      27,427,402.46      23,088,317.72
 5065 GR Account–Environmental Testing Laboratory
        Accreditation                                           162,550.76          100,450.00               0.00        263,000.76
 5066 GR Account–Rural Volunteer Fire Department
        Insurance                                              1,044,338.36       2,271,218.56       2,032,789.67       1,282,767.25
 5069 GR Account–Holding Fund                                 10,157,092.51         148,794.20         148,794.20      10,157,092.51
 5071 GR Account–Emissions Reduction Plan                     48,886,936.61     457,071,079.13     333,887,841.20     172,070,174.54
 5073 GR Account–Fair Defense                                  5,263,157.01      14,779,057.99      11,526,579.06       8,515,635.94
 5074 GR Account–Healthy Kids Successor                        4,000,000.00      (4,000,000.00)              0.00               0.00
 5079 GR Account–Technology Workforce Development              2,614,559.64       6,732,014.55       3,572,369.40       5,774,204.79
 5080 GR Account–Quality Assurance                            26,055,702.32      82,651,685.40      75,427,811.13      33,279,576.59
 5081 GR Account–Barber School Tuition Protection                 25,110.00               0.00               0.00          25,110.00
 5083 GR Account–Correctional Management Institute
        and Criminal Justice Center                             416,063.32        2,174,058.97       1,641,290.01        948,832.28
 5084 GR Account–Child Abuse Neglect and Prevention
        Operating                                               729,339.26        2,710,970.97        591,756.74        2,848,553.49
 5085 GR Account–Child Abuse Neglect and Prevention
        Trust                                                 32,109,877.64      35,604,564.31      35,637,974.18      32,076,467.77
 5089 GR Account–YMCA License Plates                               1,775.00           1,144.00               0.00           2,919.00
 5090 GR Account–Texans Conquer Cancer Plates                     20,825.00          11,594.00           2,000.00          30,419.00
 5093 GR Account–Dry Cleaning Facility Release                         0.00       4,438,858.84               0.00       4,438,858.84
 5094 GR Account–Operating Permit fees                                 0.00      36,922,345.53      28,819,976.63       8,102,368.90
 5096 GR Account–Perpetual Care                                        0.00           5,503.42               0.00           5,503.42
 5100 GR Account–System Benefit                                9,685,071.69     135,770,763.23     106,231,714.51      39,224,120.41
 5101 GR Account–Subsequent Injury                            39,866,550.95      45,104,990.02      41,919,627.87      43,051,913.10
 5102 GR Account–Tertiary Care                                         0.00       3,401,789.55               0.00       3,401,789.55
 5103 GR Account–Texas-B-On-Time Student Loan                          0.00       2,068,421.03               0.00       2,068,421.03
 5105 GR Account–Public Assurance                                      0.00       3,126,320.00       2,145,037.49         981,282.51

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TABLE 17 (continued)
CASH BALANCES, REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                                 Net Cash                                                         Net Cash
                                                                 Balance                                                          Balance
Group/Fund                                                       09/01/03               Revenues           Expenditures           08/31/04

 GROUP 01: GENERAL STATE OPERATING AND
  DISBURSING FUNDS (concluded)
 5106 GR Account–Economic Development Bank                $                 0.00 $      10,746,700.50 $       2,138,912.55 $      8,607,787.95
 5107 GR Account–Texas Enterprise                                           0.00       298,360,097.38       109,100,000.00      189,260,097.38
 5108 GR Account–EMS, Trauma Facilities, Trauma
        Care Systems                                                        0.00            305,098.61                 0.00         305,098.61
 5111 GR Account–Designated Trauma Facility and EMS                         0.00         19,342,093.90        18,231,594.65       1,110,499.25
 5113 GR Account–Texas Music Foundation Plates                              0.00              3,542.00                 0.00           3,542.00
 5115 GR Account–Daughters of the Republic of
        Texas Plates                                                      0.00               37,840.00            30,360.00            7,480.00
 5116 GR Account–Texas Lions Camp Plates                                  0.00                3,586.00                 0.00            3,586.00
 5117 GR Account–March of Dimes Plates                                    0.00                  880.00                 0.00              880.00
 5118 GR Account–Knights of Columbus Plates                               0.00                6,842.00             2,926.00            3,916.00
 5119 GR Account–Cotton Boll Plates                                       0.00                2,794.00                 0.00            2,794.00
 5120 GR Account–Marine Mammal Recovery Plates                            0.00                2,310.00                 0.00            2,310.00
 5121 GR Account–Share the Road Plates                                    0.00               21,538.00            20,130.00            1,408.00
      TOTALS FOR GROUP 01                                     1,944,537,174.75        5,969,746,625.35     5,497,527,957.33    2,416,755,842.77

 GROUP 02: CONSTITUTIONAL FUNDS EXPENDABLE
  FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
 0469 GR Account–Compensation to Victims of Crime              191,711,244.15          109,471,766.36       163,722,989.33      137,460,021.18
 0494 GR Account–Compensation to Victims of Crime
        Auxiliary                                                8,033,379.59            1,329,143.29             3,763.89        9,358,758.99
       TOTALS FOR GROUP 02                                     199,744,623.74          110,800,909.65       163,726,753.22      146,818,780.17

 GROUP 03: FEDERAL FUNDS
 0037 GR Account–Federal Child Welfare Service                           0.00           630,979,104.89       630,979,104.89               0.00
 0092 GR Account–Federal Disaster                                2,163,014.01           120,693,069.60       120,412,351.61       2,443,732.00
 0117 GR Account–Federal Public Welfare Administration           4,835,221.87         3,588,777,915.95     3,592,689,068.03         924,069.79
 0118 GR Account–Federal Public Library Service                    195,188.69             9,338,809.00         9,507,675.28          26,322.41
 0127 GR Account–Community Affairs Federal                       4,736,031.03           122,291,822.58       125,166,715.22       1,861,138.39
 0134 GR Account–Federal Older Americans                         2,274,936.30            71,629,816.96        73,767,277.43         137,475.83
 0136 GR Account–Federal Alcoholism                                989,785.23           162,800,998.41       162,779,612.77       1,011,170.87
 0141 GR Account–Federal Adult Blind                             4,218,624.55            42,164,863.33        40,510,229.02       5,873,258.86
 0148 GR Account–Federal Health, Education, and Welfare         10,152,553.78         2,505,273,159.98     2,504,083,317.70      11,342,396.06
 0171 GR Account–Federal School Lunch                              864,213.21           955,799,613.93       955,829,176.58         834,650.56
 0221 GR Account–Federal Civil Defense and Disaster
        Relief                                                     392,054.27             5,903,847.28         5,502,479.99         793,421.56
 0222 GR Account–Department of Public Safety Federal            10,113,404.62             8,215,142.94         6,591,968.34      11,736,579.22
 0223 GR Account–Federal Land and Water Conservation                    (0.68)              232,849.21           230,596.20           2,252.33
 0224 GR Account–Governor’s Office Federal Projects             17,314,411.31               174,989.61        10,773,967.09       6,715,433.83
 0273 GR Account–Federal Health and Health Lab
        Funding Excess Revenue                                  22,000,788.45          978,183,200.83       979,707,223.94       20,476,765.34
 0421 GR Account–Criminal Justice Planning                       5,364,297.69          112,565,919.44       107,774,067.54       10,156,149.59
 0422 GR Account–Rehabilitation Commission Federal               2,109,282.08            4,974,120.32         3,860,000.00        3,223,402.40
 0449 GR Account–Adjutant General Federal                        2,896,493.54           34,787,957.96        34,176,282.97        3,508,168.53
 0454 GR Account–Federal Land Reclamation                          732,471.52                    0.00                 0.00          732,471.52
 0582 GR Account–Motor Carrier Act Enforcement
        Federal                                                    375,351.12             9,979,666.78        10,273,841.62          81,176.28
 0596 GR Account–Economic Development Federal                       14,644.58             6,973,880.50         6,988,525.08               0.00
 5026 GR Account–Workforce Commission Federal                   14,322,079.64         1,365,733,210.52     1,362,996,701.48      17,058,588.68
 5041 GR Account–Railroad Commission Federal                     2,263,949.45             7,189,962.55         7,435,346.29       2,018,565.71
 5091 GR Account–Office of Rural Community Affairs
        Federal                                                    219,295.74            74,917,660.65        73,900,706.12       1,236,250.27
 5095 GR Account–Election Improvement                                    0.00            85,763,261.95           268,145.41      85,495,116.54
      TOTALS FOR GROUP 03                                      108,548,092.00        10,905,344,845.17    10,826,204,380.60     187,688,556.57

 GROUP 04: PLEDGED FUNDS
 0193 GR Account–Foundation School                             107,814,702.95         9,374,793,586.08     8,801,953,029.13     680,655,259.90
      TOTALS FOR GROUP 04                                      107,814,702.95         9,374,793,586.08     8,801,953,029.13     680,655,259.90




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TABLE 17 (continued)
CASH BALANCES, REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                                  Net Cash                                                         Net Cash
                                                                  Balance                                                          Balance
Group/Fund                                                        09/01/03             Revenues            Expenditures            08/31/04

 GROUP 08: TRUST FUNDS
 5043 GR Account–Business Enterprise Program Trust         $      3,548,330.31 $         3,341,724.76 $        3,391,128.50 $      3,498,926.57
      TOTALS FOR GROUP 08                                         3,548,330.31           3,341,724.76          3,391,128.50        3,498,926.57

 GROUP 12: RESTRICTED USE FUNDS
 5044 GR Account–Permanent Fund for Health and
        Tobacco Education and Enforcement                         3,900,016.01          16,757,085.97         16,541,815.59        4,115,286.39
 5045 GR Account–Permanent Fund for Children and
        Public Health                                             5,672,021.64          10,703,156.85         10,648,471.82        5,726,706.67
 5046 GR Account–Permanent Fund for Emergency
        Medical Services and Trauma Care                          2,170,007.19           8,587,876.65          8,452,122.68        2,305,761.16
 5047 GR Account–Permanent Fund for Rural Health
        Facility Capital Improvement                              3,356,302.70           8,936,473.00          9,069,768.72        3,223,006.98
 5048 GR Account–Permanent Hospital Fund for Capital
        Improvements and the Texas Center for Infectious
        Disease                                                     865,738.71          2,244,208.13          2,200,006.21           909,940.63
      TOTALS FOR GROUP 12                                        15,964,086.25         47,228,800.60         46,912,185.02        16,280,701.83

 TOTAL GENERAL REVENUE ACCOUNTS,
  DEDICATED                                                    2,380,157,010.00     26,411,256,491.61     25,339,715,433.80     3,451,698,067.81

 TOTAL CONSOLIDATED GENERAL REVENUE                             401,722,131.83      79,188,308,046.91     77,581,966,054.50     2,008,064,124.24

NON–CONSOLIDATED FUNDS

 GROUP 01: GENERAL STATE OPERATING AND
  DISBURSING FUNDS
 0303 Felony Prosecutor Supplement Fund                                   0.00           3,168,001.24          1,668,001.24        1,500,000.00
 0363 Groundwater District Loan Assistance Fund                     305,784.88                   0.00            120,000.00          185,784.88
 0662 State Pension Review Board Fund                                61,780.01                 222.00             17,285.69           44,716.32
      TOTALS FOR GROUP 01                                           367,564.89           3,168,223.24          1,805,286.93        1,730,501.20

 GROUP 02: CONSTITUTIONAL FUNDS EXPENDABLE
  FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
 0002 Available School Fund                                      33,997,857.73       1,687,118,280.96      1,717,719,998.53        3,396,140.16
 0003 State Textbook Fund                                         7,554,145.59         701,422,892.82        673,043,748.46       35,933,289.95
 0006 State Highway Fund                                        757,693,099.52       6,102,431,310.78      6,114,150,342.49      745,974,067.81
 0011 Available University Fund                                 142,236,501.10         598,421,923.60        629,066,327.90      111,592,096.80
 0047 Texas A&M University Available Fund                       131,439,436.87         367,543,097.11        334,417,186.73      164,565,347.25
 0057 County and Road District Highway Fund                         229,118.53           7,300,000.00          7,300,000.00          229,118.53
 0211 University of Texas Interest and Sinking Fund                       0.00         130,110,870.86        130,110,870.86                0.00
 0212 Texas A&M University Interest and Sinking Fund                      0.00          16,145,200.03         16,145,200.03                0.00
 0350 Water Development Clearance Fund                           15,940,895.16          37,646,858.68         32,197,210.98       21,390,542.86
 0351 Texas Water Development Fund                                4,253,024.65          45,825,390.79         48,071,036.15        2,007,379.29
 0352 Water Development Bonds Interest and Sinking
        Fund                                                     30,834,613.62          15,250,496.89        25,291,231.97        20,793,878.54
 0356 Economically Distressed Areas Clearance Fund                  125,825.21           2,645,800.45         2,643,766.58           127,859.08
 0357 Economically Distressed Areas Clearance Interest
        and Sinking Fund                                                  0.00         13,890,371.26         13,890,371.26                 0.00
 0358 Agricultural Water Conservation Fund                        4,403,930.74         20,647,992.71          4,975,005.92        20,076,917.53
 0359 Agricultural Water Conservation Interest and
        Sinking Fund                                                         0.00       2,694,669.31           2,694,320.00              349.31
 0365 Texas Mobility Fund                                                    0.00      39,248,924.32                   0.00       39,248,924.32
 0366 Texas Water Development Board Agricultural
        Water Conservation Clearance Fund                         1,689,467.44            867,631.37                  0.00         2,557,098.81
 0370 Texas Water Development Fund II Clearance Fund             18,104,520.50         62,016,927.86         65,985,654.63        14,135,793.73
 0371 Texas Water Development Fund II                           211,668,030.20        202,696,969.97        146,464,712.96       267,900,287.21
 0372 Texas Water Development Fund II Interest and
        Sinking Fund                                                 15,178.55         69,564,022.70         69,572,010.53             7,190.72
 0377 Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1993 Fund                  549,757.66         72,466,450.23         72,748,469.61           267,738.28
 0378 Veterans Land Bond Series 1993 Fund                           259,030.89         34,085,011.41         33,415,094.17           928,948.13
 0379 Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1994A-1 and
        1994B-1 Fund II                                              48,066.58           6,715,230.21          5,804,142.05          959,154.74

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CASH BALANCES, REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                             Net Cash                                                  Net Cash
                                                             Balance                                                   Balance
Group/Fund                                                   09/01/03          Revenues           Expenditures         08/31/04

 GROUP 02: CONSTITUTIONAL FUNDS EXPENDABLE
  FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES (continued)
 0380 Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1994A-2
        Fund II                                         $      634,157.35 $     22,041,310.90 $     22,204,785.55 $      470,682.70
 0381 Veterans Land Bond Series 1994 Fund                       98,825.59        4,772,644.47        4,011,946.19        859,523.87
 0382 Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1994B-4
        Fund II                                                 566,418.58      69,060,462.32       69,537,518.01          89,362.89
 0383 Veterans Housing Program, Tax-Exempt Issues             6,487,286.74     426,626,209.93      427,508,455.36       5,605,041.31
 0384 Veterans Housing Program, Taxable Issues                3,364,887.98     196,345,028.96      197,889,823.47       1,820,093.47
 0385 Veterans Land Program, Tax-Exempt Issues                1,066,557.44      17,630,482.08       16,622,434.66       2,074,604.86
 0386 Veterans Land Program, Taxable Issues                   3,014,886.26      31,181,682.49       31,586,610.90       2,609,957.85
 0387 Texas Opportunity Plan Fund                           101,838,552.92     154,764,760.69      148,197,377.21     108,405,936.40
 0388 Texas College Student Loan Bonds Interest and
        Sinking Fund                                        156,606,557.56     290,586,939.32      306,709,682.13     140,483,814.75
 0408 Texas Parks Development Fund                           10,711,524.19      14,709,217.18       18,956,569.37       6,464,172.00
 0409 Texas Parks Development Bonds Interest and
        Sinking Fund                                                224.98      19,504,624.27       16,569,524.46       2,935,324.79
 0480 Water Assistance Fund                                     617,897.45     236,670,085.04      236,502,059.75         785,922.74
 0481 Water Loan Assistance Fund                                      0.00       1,500,077.73        1,482,672.00          17,405.73
 0483 Research and Planning Fund                                 18,920.00       7,707,695.81        7,706,898.54          19,717.27
 0522 Veterans Land Program Administration Fund               1,465,479.17      20,622,895.87       20,713,992.76       1,374,382.28
 0526 Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1984 Fund              499,360.58      15,703,747.25       16,105,707.44          97,400.39
 0527 Veterans Housing Assistance Reserve Series 1983
        Authority Fund                                              78.91                 0.00               0.00             78.91
 0528 Veterans Home Loan Mortgage Reserve Series 1983
        Authority Fund                                               51.75               0.00                0.00              51.75
 0529 Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1984A Fund             288,340.17     595,180,433.35      595,208,979.89         259,793.63
 0536 Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1984B Fund             776,840.87      20,726,696.23       21,308,765.93         194,771.17
 0567 Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1985 Fund              449,320.70      18,645,962.83       18,731,727.01         363,556.52
 0571 Veterans Land Bond Series 1986 Refunding Fund           4,624,448.99      82,019,100.09       81,637,643.55       5,005,905.53
 0572 Veterans Land Bond Series 1986 Refunding
        Reserve Fund                                                 53.03               0.00                0.00              53.03
 0575 Farm and Ranch Finance Program Fund                        64,373.17          95,248.54           76,991.19          82,630.52
 0590 Veteran’s Housing Assistance Bonds Series
        1992 Fund                                                35,792.96      11,976,272.05       11,805,141.05         206,923.96
 0599 Economic Stabilization Fund                           560,486,935.09     620,488,445.13      815,405,882.38     365,569,497.84
 0601 Student Loan Auxiliary Fund                            96,610,026.28     122,714,066.23      101,648,448.84     117,675,643.67
 0626 Veterans Bonds Activity Series 1989 Fund                  665,994.98       6,700,623.28        7,154,330.92         212,287.34
 0683 Texas Agricultural Fund                                 8,841,152.49      17,868,378.06       12,830,552.66      13,878,977.89
 0708 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1992A Interest and
        Sinking Fund                                               336.93                 4.03               0.00            340.96
 0717 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1992B Project Interest and
        Sinking Fund                                              1,165.98             17.03                 0.00           1,183.01
 0718 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1992B Rebate Fund                          0.00             27.38            (2,140.97)          2,168.35
 0720 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1992 Refunding Bond
        Interest and Sinking Fund                                 3,242.17      80,133,880.56       80,135,589.25           1,533.48
 0743 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1993A Rebate Fund                          0.00              30.23           (2,365.70)          2,395.93
 0744 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1993A Interest and Sinking
        Fund                                                      1,034.87             15.41                 0.00           1,050.28
 0747 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1993B Interest and Sinking
        Fund                                                       108.87               (0.05)               0.00            108.82
 0748 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1992 Refunding, Paying
        Agent Trust Fund                                         33,639.68            474.71             2,334.30          31,780.09
 0750 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1993C Rebate Fund                          0.00            500.00               500.00               0.00
 0751 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1993C Interest and Sinking
        Fund                                                            4.93              0.27               0.00                 5.20
 0753 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 1993
        Interest and Sinking Fund                                   12.36                 0.00               0.00             12.36
 0754 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 1993
        Rebate Fund                                              33,797.29           6,087.60                0.00          39,884.89
 0763 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1992 Refunding and Park
        Development Rebate Fund                                  12,677.41            171.91             2,000.00          10,849.32
 0767 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1994A Interest and Sinking
        Fund                                                        347.66        948,373.72          948,675.00              46.38
 0768 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1994B Rebate Fund                     27,142.33         21,023.48           48,165.81               0.00

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TABLE 17 (continued)
CASH BALANCES, REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                             Net Cash                                               Net Cash
                                                             Balance                                                Balance
Group/Fund                                                   09/01/03          Revenues          Expenditures       08/31/04

 GROUP 02: CONSTITUTIONAL FUNDS EXPENDABLE
  FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES (continued)
 0770 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1994B Interest and Sinking
        Fund                                             $    1,190,381.19 $       40,287.50 $       342,910.00 $     887,758.69
 0778 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1995A Refunding Bond
        Interest and Sinking Fund                                  295.13         845,721.23         845,975.00            41.36
 0797 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1996B Refunding Bond
        Interest and Sinking Fund                                 1,462.87     11,184,590.15       11,185,925.00          128.02
 7000 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1996C Interest and Sinking
        Fund                                                       359.39       7,106,095.49        7,106,326.26          128.62
 7001 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1996C Rebate Fund                         0.00           2,000.00            2,000.00            0.00
 7003 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1997 Refunding Interest and
        Sinking Fund                                              1,812.52     19,017,575.08       19,018,615.00          772.60
 7005 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1998B Refunding Interest
        and Sinking Fund                                          1,072.90     11,286,578.07       11,287,193.76          457.21
 7007 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2001A Refunding Interest
        and Sinking Fund                                          1,700.46     20,350,787.80       20,351,756.26          732.00
 7010 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2002 Interest and Sinking
        Fund                                                     2,132.45      25,950,715.11       25,951,955.00          892.56
 7012 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2002A Cost of Issuance Fund          48,971.35             721.39                0.00       49,692.74
 7013 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2002A Interest and Sinking
        Fund                                                       111.02         321,521.85         318,916.71          2,716.16
 7014 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002B
        Cost of Issuance Fund                                    56,286.99           829.24                 0.00       57,116.23
 7015 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002B
        Interest and Sinking Fund                                       9.32      268,918.57         268,912.92            14.97
 7016 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003 Refunding Cost of
        Issuance Fund                                            35,560.70           353.14            17,107.83       18,806.01
 7017 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2002B Refunding Interest
        and Sinking                                                279.62       6,275,618.83        6,275,462.50          435.95
 7018 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003A Refunding Cost of
        Issuance Fund                                          115,426.77            874.65            85,542.60       30,758.82
 7019 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003A Refunding Interest
        and Sinking Fund                                                0.00    6,757,593.30        6,757,141.25          452.05
 7200 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A
        TDCJ Project A Fund                                   2,080,781.02        501,410.72        2,234,120.92      348,070.82
 7201 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A
        TDH Project A Fund                                      85,476.96       1,809,644.37        1,605,813.46      289,307.87
 7202 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A
        TSD Project A Fund                                    2,774,600.87          6,482.93        2,689,526.64       91,557.16
 7203 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003 Refunding MHMR
        Project Fund                                            59,569.68          59,895.86         118,511.09           954.45
 7204 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003 Refunding DPS
        Project Fund                                          4,149,492.83        129,154.95        4,166,949.52      111,698.26
 7205 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003A Refunding
        TDCJ Project A Fund                                  37,362,150.46     75,150,576.12       98,040,328.86    14,472,397.72
 7600 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 1993 TYC
        Project E Fund                                          21,179.19          17,480.26           38,659.45               0.00
 7602 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 1993
        TDCJ Project J Fund                                   1,144,321.87      1,804,263.16        2,948,585.03               0.00
 7603 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 1993 TYC
        Project F Fund                                        1,983,743.53      3,525,530.15        4,507,061.24     1,002,212.44
 7604 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002B
        Colonias Project Fund                                 2,159,204.55     51,111,433.06       35,398,614.76    17,872,022.85
 7605 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A
        MHMR Project A Fund                                   5,833,018.96     14,831,381.26       16,459,550.33     4,204,849.89
 7606 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A
        TPWD Project A Fund                                    131,389.85         (46,985.62)          78,906.48         5,497.75
 7607 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A
        TSBVI Project A Fund                                  4,494,715.33         50,921.81        3,593,029.45      952,607.69
 7608 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A
        DPS Project A Fund                                     996,213.38           8,432.78         834,894.79       169,751.37
 7609 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003 Refunding
        TYC Project A Fund                                   10,210,366.44      6,631,196.43        8,572,656.45     8,268,906.42
 7610 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003 Refunding
        TDA Project A Fund                                      45,332.63            660.04             5,845.00       40,147.67


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TABLE 17 (continued)
CASH BALANCES, REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                                  Net Cash                                                        Net Cash
                                                                  Balance                                                         Balance
Group/Fund                                                        09/01/03             Revenues           Expenditures            08/31/04

 GROUP 02: CONSTITUTIONAL FUNDS EXPENDABLE
  FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES (concluded)
 7611 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003 Refunding
        TB&PC Project A Fund                               $      6,795,205.89 $          146,353.71 $        5,197,476.53 $      1,744,083.07
 7612 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003 Refunding
        TPWD Project A Fund                                      33,737,588.82          52,059,431.91       57,405,206.80        28,391,813.93
 7613 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A
        Adjutant General Project A Fund                           3,042,833.68           3,101,859.12         3,983,190.39        2,161,502.41
 7614 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A
        TB&PC Project A Fund                                      1,821,762.40           5,030,303.76         4,750,484.51        2,101,581.65
 7615 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A
        THC Project A Fund                                                   0.00         555,145.91           194,504.40           360,641.51
 7616 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A
        MHMR Project A Fund                                                0.00          4,604,766.60         3,370,202.24         1,234,564.36
       TOTALS FOR GROUP 02                                     2,441,375,768.22     13,674,210,141.39    13,800,963,839.15     2,314,622,070.46

 GROUP 04: PLEDGED FUNDS
 0007 Capitol Complex Area Fund                                     159,530.20             159,530.20           240,936.21           78,124.19
 0301 Rural Water Assistance Fund                                     3,151.49           1,550,355.87         1,539,564.00           13,943.36
 0347 Texas Excellence Fund                                       3,321,689.34             146,988.17         2,545,691.40          922,986.11
 0348 University Research Fund                                    2,762,537.59             668,305.95         2,149,382.34        1,281,461.20
 0364 Rural Community Health Care Investment Program
        Permanent Fund                                              180,978.74            160,182.54           180,545.64           160,615.64
 0367 Texas Workforce Commission Unemployment
        Compensation Revenue Bond Fund                                    0.00       1,384,701,614.96     1,384,454,691.72           246,923.24
 0374 Veterans Home Revenue Bonds Series 1998 Fund                1,788,048.42          44,867,611.43        41,589,167.13         5,066,492.72
 0493 Blind Commission Endowment Fund                               152,816.59              29,229.58           134,352.89            47,693.28
 0540 Judicial and Court Personnel Training Fund                  1,747,705.42           9,576,188.21        10,399,479.23           924,414.40
 0562 Agricultural Trust Fund                                    16,325,101.85              27,321.11        16,352,422.96                 0.00
 0573 Judicial Fund                                              12,361,853.35          28,437,239.39        29,493,336.18        11,305,756.56
 0577 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note Fund                     74,372,790.06      27,558,049,988.39    20,940,965,722.86     6,691,457,055.59
 0651 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Refunding Series 1990
        Interest and Sinking Fund                                     7,773.66         16,024,578.91         16,030,000.00            2,352.57
 0652 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Refunding Series 1990
        Rebate Fund                                                     404.40               1,599.76             2,000.00                   4.16
 0697 Student Loan Revenue Bond Fund                                      0.00           3,604,171.99         3,604,171.99                   0.00
 0702 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1992A Project
        Acquisition Fund                                            309,660.42            339,435.48           649,095.90                    0.00
 0703 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1992A Project
        Construction Fund                                         1,379,204.99           2,144,177.33         3,523,382.32                   0.00
 0704 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1992A Interest
        and Sinking Fund                                                 92.71                    2.31                0.00               95.02
 0722 T.P.F.A. T.S.T.C. 1992 Revenue Refunding Interest
        and Sinking Fund                                              1,420.78           1,328,685.90         1,328,925.00            1,181.68
 0723 T.P.F.A. T.S.T.C. 1992 Revenue Refunding Reserve
        Fund                                                      1,334,906.80             19,598.16            18,861.85         1,335,643.11
 0724 T.P.F.A. T.S.T.C. 1992 Revenue Refunding Rebate
        Fund                                                          2,338.47               3,928.22             3,907.87            2,358.82
 0727 T.P.F.A. Revenue Refunding Series 1992B Interest
        and Sinking Fund                                                204.71          13,236,285.23        12,905,003.96          331,485.98
 0733 T.P.F.A. Series B Master Lease Interest and
        Sinking Fund                                              1,149,730.38          29,412,658.98        28,419,584.49        2,142,804.87
 0734 T.P.F.A. Series B Master Lease Issuance Cost
        Fund                                                         14,170.47                  0.00             4,200.29             9,970.18
 0735 T.P.F.A. Series B Master Lease Project Fund                 4,995,520.55         10,348,068.94        11,326,991.86         4,016,597.63
 0776 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1994A Interest
        and Sinking Fund                                                 12.43           1,756,994.27         1,757,001.25                   5.45
 0785 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1996A Project
        Fund                                                                 0.00            6,635.73                 0.00            6,635.73
 0787 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1996A Interest
        and Sinking Fund                                                339.06           3,582,209.86         3,582,225.00              323.92
 0789 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1996A Rebate
        Fund                                                         43,215.31              12,115.19           20,175.12            35,155.38
 0792 T.P.F.A. Special Revenue Series 1996B Interest and
        Sinking Fund                                                    273.05           3,143,088.00         3,140,680.00            2,681.05


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TABLE 17 (continued)
CASH BALANCES, REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                                 Net Cash                                                           Net Cash
                                                                 Balance                                                            Balance
Group/Fund                                                       09/01/03              Revenues             Expenditures            08/31/04

 GROUP 04: PLEDGED FUNDS (concluded)
 0793 T.P.F.A. Special Revenue Series 1996B Restoration
        Fund                                              $            109.39 $                   0.22 $                0.00 $            109.61
 0794 T.P.F.A. Special Revenue Series 1996B Rebate
        Fund                                                       116,926.45             104,255.79              104,548.10          116,634.14
 0851 Texas Leverage Program Fund                                3,651,824.45                  (0.01)           3,651,824.44                0.00
 7301 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1997A Rebate
        Fund                                                       116,908.43               58,580.65            175,216.58               272.50
 7303 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1997A Interest
        and Sinking Fund                                               278.31            3,284,528.60           3,282,485.00            2,321.91
 7305 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1997A, 1997B
        and 1999A Rebate Fund                                      485,273.09             457,985.69             942,699.12               559.66
 7307 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue and Revenue Refunding
        Series 1997A Interest and Sinking Fund                         232.34            5,769,403.01           5,768,425.00            1,210.35
 7309 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue and Revenue Refunding
        Series 1997A Rebate Fund                                   129,825.98               74,300.67            203,824.10               302.55
 7310 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1997A and B
        and 1999A Interest and Sinking Fund                            681.15            6,692,225.19           6,692,570.00              336.34
 7311 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1998, 1999B
        and 2001 TPWD Interest and Sinking Fund                     54,548.58            5,622,094.49           5,676,350.00              293.07
 7312 T.P.F.A. Special Revenue Series 1998 TDH Rebate
        Fund                                                       288,564.09             234,381.59             232,145.14           290,800.54
 7314 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1998A TDCJ
        Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund                            314.96           18,815,872.49         18,815,940.00               247.45
 7320 T.P.F.A. Revenue Series 2000A GSC Interest and
        Sinking Fund                                                    74.46            4,129,087.06           2,509,201.26        1,619,960.26
 7322 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1998, 1999B
        and 2000 TPWD Rebate Fund                                  429,605.16             403,248.28             706,241.83           126,611.61
 7324 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 2000A TB&PC
        Rebate Fund                                                 10,931.29               10,531.68             21,438.57                24.40
 7325 T.P.F.A. Revenue and Revenue Refunding Series
        2002 Issuance Cost and Operations Fund                       9,993.48                 147.11                    2.45           10,138.14
 7326 T.P.F.A. Revenue and Revenue Refunding Series
        2002 Interest and Sinking Fund                                  94.55            1,613,526.38           1,613,535.00               85.93
 7500 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1997A Project
        Fund                                                     3,221,976.35            2,691,961.70           5,144,635.67          769,302.38
 7502 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue and Revenue Refunding
        Series 1997A Project Fund                                1,813,960.09            2,771,368.35           4,490,032.45           95,295.99
 7503 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1998 TPWD
        Project Fund                                                        0.00               66.39                  66.39                    0.00
 7504 T.P.F.A. Special Revenue Series 1998 TDH
        Project Fund                                             2,734,488.36               34,701.66           1,019,412.23        1,749,777.79
 7506 T.P.F.A. Revenue Series 1999B TPWD Project
        Fund                                                                0.00               20.55                  20.55                    0.00
 7508 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 2000 TPWD
        Project Fund                                              1,273,473.21           1,399,570.75           2,234,677.56          438,366.40
 7509 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 2000A GSC
        Project Fund                                             4,428,216.13            4,625,960.20           8,824,626.85           229,549.48
 7511 T.P.F.A. Revenue Series 2001 TPWD Project Fund             4,155,321.61           10,077,996.25          13,140,212.12         1,093,105.74
      TOTALS FOR GROUP 04                                      145,339,093.15       29,182,210,604.80      22,601,611,629.87     6,725,938,068.08

 GROUP 05: CONSTITUTIONAL NONEXPENDABLE FUNDS
 0044 Permanent School Fund                                    422,596,217.07        3,728,793,144.97       3,626,987,129.35      524,402,232.69
 0045 Permanent University Fund                                    452,043.31          146,715,893.58         146,649,300.66          518,636.23
      TOTALS FOR GROUP 05                                      423,048,260.38        3,875,509,038.55       3,773,636,430.01      524,920,868.92

 GROUP 07: PETTY CASH FUNDS                                      8,245,719.05             175,650.00             143,119.91         8,278,249.14
      TOTALS FOR GROUP 07                                        8,245,719.05             175,650.00             143,119.91         8,278,249.14

 TOTALS FOR NON TRUST GROUPS                                  3,420,098,537.52     125,923,581,704.89   117,760,126,360.37     11,583,553,882.04




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TABLE 17 (continued)
CASH BALANCES, REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                               Net Cash                                                   Net Cash
                                                               Balance                                                    Balance
Group/Fund                                                     09/01/03            Revenues          Expenditures         08/31/04

 GROUP 08: TRUST FUNDS
 0021 Proportional Registration Distributive Trust Fund   $     2,585,030.38 $     28,029,562.61 $     28,436,642.56 $     2,177,950.43
 0844 Texas Workforce Commission Obligation
        Trust Fund                                                     0.00       439,502,314.86      271,288,467.56     168,213,847.30
 0845 Capitol Visitor Parking Trust Fund                          89,964.09           324,906.18          261,797.99         153,072.28
 0846 Service Contract Providers Security Trust Account          101,602.50           (25,000.00)               0.00          76,602.50
 0848 Mortgage Broker Recovery Trust Fund                        956,706.79           395,597.08           46,243.68       1,306,060.19
 0849 Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum Trust
        Fund                                                      351,897.15        6,878,088.34        6,485,267.56         744,717.93
 0850 Health Spa Bond Trust Fund                                   12,578.68           20,100.00                0.00          32,678.68
 0852 System Benefit Trust Fund                                         0.01                0.02                0.03               0.00
 0854 Capital Renewal Trust Fund                               12,300,614.71       12,479,279.95       12,478,164.61      12,301,730.05
 0855 Texas School Employee Uniform Group Coverage
        Trust Fund                                            207,651,344.49      745,067,895.20      677,905,073.44     274,814,166.25
 0857 Assisted Living Facility Trust Fund                         430,310.43           73,527.34                0.00         503,837.77
 0858 Texas Board of Public Accountancy Operating
        Trust Fund                                               895,337.26         4,834,794.37        4,679,259.79       1,050,871.84
 0859 Texas Board of Architectural Examiners Operating
        Trust Fund                                              1,371,525.72        2,484,744.54        2,688,032.54       1,168,237.72
 0860 Texas Board of Professional Engineers Operating
        Trust Fund                                               404,561.59         2,902,009.78        3,121,156.26        185,415.11
 0862 Fireworks Tax Security Trust Fund                              900.00             5,025.00                0.00          5,925.00
 0864 403B Administrative Trust Fund, TRS                        223,739.43            18,227.13           24,000.00        217,966.56
 0865 Turnpike Authority Project Disbursing Trust
        Account                                                 2,274,185.04      416,724,499.52      415,244,980.83       3,753,703.73
 0866 Customs Brokers Bond/Security Trust Fund                          0.00            5,000.00                0.00           5,000.00
 0868 Texas Racing Commission Security Trust Fund                       0.00            1,700.00                0.00           1,700.00
 0869 Other Events Trust Fund                                           0.00       21,232,151.08       12,368,370.51       8,863,780.57
 0872 Tobacco Settlement Permanent Trust (Political
        Subdivisions)                                                     0.00     57,044,606.71       57,040,564.04           4,042.67
 0873 General Land Office Purchase/Lease Land Vacancy
        Trust Fund                                                 17,900.28           71,431.17           28,529.49          60,801.96
 0874 Local Tax Collections for Sports/Community
        Venue Project Trust Fund                                2,458,270.50       32,160,396.52       31,688,364.56       2,930,302.46
 0875 Emergency Service Fee on Wireless
        Telecommunications Trust Fund                           5,157,555.07       41,480,609.19       40,953,380.37       5,684,783.89
 0876 Racing Commission Escrowed Purse Trust Account              131,425.55        1,221,309.44        1,231,727.95         121,007.04
 0877 State Energy Marketing Program Escrow Account                     0.00      167,336,047.24      143,468,216.84      23,867,830.40
 0879 Capital Gift Shops Trust Fund                               514,403.93        2,008,190.94        2,018,074.76         504,520.11
 0880 Asbestos Penalty Escrow Trust Account                        65,658.18              967.41                0.00          66,625.59
 0882 City, County, MTA and SPD Sales Tax Trust
        Account                                               504,232,756.68     4,227,460,950.51    4,182,611,465.66    549,082,241.53
 0884 International Fuels Tax Agreement (IFTA) Guaranty
        Trust Account                                                  0.00                50.00                0.00             50.00
 0885 State Parks Endowment Trust Account                        535,304.15            19,118.14            6,432.00        547,990.29
 0886 International Fuels Tax Agreement (IFTA) Trust
        Fund                                                     422,681.61        32,169,402.80       27,537,120.29       5,054,964.12
 0888 Employees Retirement System Pension Investment
        Pool Trust Fund                                           115,216.87     1,592,494,202.30    1,592,509,000.00        100,419.17
 0891 Smart Jobs Trust Fund                                    23,582,129.46        24,049,360.50       45,021,878.16      2,609,611.80
 0892 Texas Tomorrow Constitutional Trust Fund                226,859,671.62       154,448,065.38      333,015,093.43     48,292,643.57
 0893 Texas Workers’ Compensation Self Insurance
        Security Trust Fund                                     7,460,255.83       15,033,278.33                0.00      22,493,534.16
 0894 Texas Workforce Commission Wage
        Determination Trust Fund                                  857,493.51        2,194,673.80         2,136,270.84        915,896.47
 0895 Lotto Prize Trust Fund                                  849,628,476.15      921,133,982.61     1,010,965,476.15    759,796,982.61
 0896 Texas Housing Local Depository Fund                       2,008,486.25       11,028,690.83        11,332,834.95      1,704,342.13
 0898 Auctioneer Education and Recovery Trust Fund                478,319.84            3,348.25            26,775.00        454,893.09
 0901 U S Savings Bond Account                                    418,263.78        3,431,921.62         3,525,222.50        324,962.90
 0903 Flood Area School and Road Trust Account                    307,299.65        1,436,350.88         1,538,933.51        204,717.02
 0904 Motor Fuel Distributors Bond Guaranty Trust
        Account                                                 1,383,252.16       (1,190,100.00)               0.00         193,152.16
 0906 Mixed Beverage Tax Guaranty Trust Account                 3,738,879.17          616,598.92                0.00       4,355,478.09
 0909 Fiscal Agency Receiving Trust Account                        44,179.10       50,706,051.85       50,706,500.00          43,730.95
 0914 Safety Responsibility Trust Account                         414,402.76          114,534.11                0.00         528,936.87

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TABLE 17 (continued)
CASH BALANCES, REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                              Net Cash                                                         Net Cash
                                                              Balance                                                          Balance
Group/Fund                                                    09/01/03            Revenues             Expenditures            08/31/04

 GROUP 08: TRUST FUNDS (concluded)
 0921 Life, Health, Accident and Casualty Insurance
        Companies Trust Account                        $        312,088.00 $                 0.00 $                0.00 $        312,088.00
 0923 Insurance Companies Unclaimed Dividend Trust
        Account                                                  557,922.51            (2,414.52)                  0.00           555,507.99
 0925 Career School or College Tuition Trust Account             204,645.25         1,507,846.55             890,199.49           822,292.31
 0929 Social Security Administration Trust Account                18,966.56            36,966.56              50,740.66             5,192.46
 0935 Advance Interest Trust Fund                                185,798.94               545.46             186,344.40                 0.00
 0936 Unemployment Compensation Clearance Account              1,425,920.10     3,128,445,058.25       3,128,317,883.78         1,553,094.57
 0937 Unemployment Compensation Benefit Account              (62,225,208.90)    2,481,025,599.21       2,453,455,604.54       (34,655,214.23)
 0938 Unemployment Trust Fund Account–In the Federal
        Treasury                                                953,567.68      3,699,195,391.89       2,661,488,197.79     1,038,660,761.78
 0941 Varner-Hogg State Park Trust Account                      329,458.48             26,188.79              63,805.04           291,842.23
 0943 State Employees Cafeteria Plan Trust Fund               3,492,451.52         42,785,156.75          44,158,412.19         2,119,196.08
 0945 Deferred Compensation Trust Fund, Employees
        Retirement System                                      1,115,156.72         1,316,652.25           1,514,079.99          917,728.98
 0946 TexaSaver Trust Fund                                        31,945.68         1,363,514.42             399,578.89          995,881.21
 0947 Texas Workforce Commission Escrow Account                  249,521.34            89,613.59              64,812.43          274,322.50
 0949 Automobile Service Club Trust Account                       25,000.00                 0.00                   0.00           25,000.00
 0955 S.E.R.S. Trust Account                                  24,114,285.13     1,733,720,039.73       1,739,485,110.93       18,349,213.93
 0957 Veterans Land Group Insurance Trust Account                 40,404.88               665.58                   0.00           41,070.46
 0960 Teacher Retirement System Trust Account              1,017,188,641.65     5,554,779,584.43       5,772,854,344.74      799,113,881.34
 0962 Sales Tax Guaranty Trust Account                         8,044,633.78         1,880,736.72                   0.00        9,925,370.50
 0965 Parks Fee Trust Account                                          0.47                 0.38                   0.00                0.85
 0969 Real Estate Fee Trust Account                              645,642.50         2,489,152.50           2,437,492.50          697,302.50
 0971 Real Estate Recovery Trust Account                         284,745.07           777,456.47             728,980.69          333,220.85
 0973 Employees Life, Accident, Health Insurance and
        Benefits Trust Account                               36,326,330.56      2,404,959,144.34       2,430,198,745.33       11,086,729.57
 0974 Produce Recovery Trust Fund                             1,104,334.17            115,587.67                 717.88        1,219,203.96
 0976 Texas Statewide Emergency Services Personnel
        Retirement Trust Fund                                   833,858.31          2,658,010.08           2,962,442.26          529,426.13
 0977 Law Enforcement and Custodial Officer
        Supplement Retirement Trust Fund                        528,818.57        32,439,207.00          31,909,716.90         1,058,308.67
 0984 Parolee Court Ordered Restitution Trust Fund            3,103,750.85         1,036,120.02             603,250.56         3,536,620.31
 0988 Real Estate Inspection Recovery Trust Fund                639,500.02            96,597.96              87,970.93           648,127.05
 0989 Retired School Employees Group Insurance Trust
        Fund                                                   6,713,031.97       915,318,706.32         598,097,697.13       323,934,041.16
 0992 Nursing and Convalescent Home Trust Fund                 5,968,432.96         2,031,570.18                   0.00         8,000,003.14
 0993 Judicial Retirement System Plan Two Trust Fund             247,056.79        15,206,518.77          15,016,741.12           436,834.44
 0994 Child Support Trust Fund                                36,259,676.20     2,193,387,355.14       2,199,955,262.18        29,691,769.16
 1004 Treasury Safekeeping Trust Fund                            259,038.54         2,965,100.47           2,972,807.88           251,331.13
      TOTALS FOR GROUP 08                                  2,949,461,996.67    31,237,080,135.41      30,060,290,258.09     4,126,251,873.99

 GROUP 09: SUSPENSE FUNDS
 0900 Departmental Suspense                                  60,473,457.67          9,732,654.94         11,163,918.97        59,042,193.64
 0942 Texa$aver Hold Transmit Account–401K Deferred
        Compensation                                            212,052.46       116,414,484.72         125,950,612.50        (9,324,075.32)
 0980 Correction Account for Direct Deposit                     578,855.61          (537,641.01)                  0.00            41,214.60
      TOTALS FOR GROUP 09                                    61,264,365.74       125,609,498.65         137,114,531.47        49,759,332.92

 GROUP 12: RESTRICTED USE FUNDS
 0810 Permanent Health Fund for Higher Education             12,694,618.82        16,638,222.93          15,422,965.37        13,909,876.38
 0811 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of
        Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio           24,124,499.78          9,784,018.23           4,513,997.46       29,394,520.55
 0812 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of
        Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center                     5,352,866.50          4,769,508.94           4,459,217.93        5,663,157.51
 0813 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of
        Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas             469,019.49          2,946,668.48           2,511,481.44          904,206.53
 0814 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of
        Texas Medical Branch at Galveston                     1,964,511.34          1,201,384.78           1,453,742.90        1,712,153.22
 0815 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of
        Texas Health Science Center at Houston                1,447,923.62          1,199,642.98           1,035,267.52        1,612,299.08
 0816 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of
        Texas Health Science Center at Tyler                    294,156.99          1,176,266.67           1,176,348.48          294,075.18

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TABLE 17 (concluded)
CASH BALANCES, REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                              Net Cash                                                    Net Cash
                                                              Balance                                                     Balance
Group/Fund                                                    09/01/03            Revenues           Expenditures         08/31/04

 GROUP 12: RESTRICTED USE FUNDS (concluded)
 0817 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of
        Texas at El Paso                                  $      373,344.99 $      1,181,957.53 $        639,929.37 $        915,373.15
 0818 Permanent Endowment Fund for the Texas A&M
        University Health Science Center                         653,619.35        1,312,920.42          982,233.46          984,306.31
 0819 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of
        North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth        1,172,425.83        1,050,649.11         1,033,313.68       1,189,761.26
 0820 Permanent Endowment Fund for the Texas Tech
        University Health Science Center in El Paso              300,142.27        1,312,951.52          707,268.95          905,824.84
 0821 Permanent Endowment Fund for the Texas Tech
        University Health Science Center–Locations
        Other Than El Paso                                       150,939.22        1,323,804.15         1,268,115.96         206,627.41
 0822 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of
        Texas Regional Academic Health Center                  1,963,847.14        3,899,125.67         3,244,601.93       2,618,370.88
 0823 Permanent Endowment Fund for the Baylor College
        of Medicine                                              255,851.76        2,177,826.46         2,155,054.97         278,623.25
 0824 Permanent Fund for Higher Education Nursing,
        Allied Health and Other Health-Related Programs        1,257,859.39        5,025,129.16         4,693,882.11       1,589,106.44
 0825 Permanent Fund for Minority Health Research and
        Education                                                797,916.52        2,872,916.49         2,887,430.47         783,402.54
      TOTALS FOR GROUP 12                                     53,273,543.01       57,872,993.52        48,184,852.00      62,961,684.53

TOTALS FOR ALL GROUPS                                     $ 6,484,098,442.94 $157,344,144,332.47 $148,005,716,001.93 $15,822,526,773.48




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TABLE 18
TRANSACTIONS OF DEPARTMENTAL SUSPENSE FUND 0900
Year Ending August 31, 2004

Suspense Funds are accounts which temporarily hold state monies pending their final disposition. This table shows agency
balances in suspense Fund 0900, the primary suspense fund for the state. Monies held in Fund 0900 are not available for
appropriation by the Legislature.
                                                                     Cash Balance                Net Increase         Cash Balance
Department                                                              9/1/03                    (Decrease)            8/31/04

101   Senate                                                        $        37.41           $            0.00       $        37.41
102   House of Representatives                                              711.57                     (711.57)                0.00
201   Supreme Court                                                      11,075.00                   (9,100.00)            1,975.00
202   State Bar of Texas                                                      0.00                   37,448.23            37,448.23
212   Office of Court Administration                                          0.00                        0.22                 0.22
221   Court of Appeals–First Court of Appeals District                    8,348.60                   (4,023.60)            4,325.00
222   Court of Appeals–Second Court of Appeals District                     950.00                      (75.00)              875.00
223   Court of Appeals–Third Court of Appeals District                    1,400.00                     (207.61)            1,192.39
224   Court of Appeals–Fourth Court of Appeals District                   1,200.00                     (425.00)              775.00
225   Court of Appeals–Fifth Court of Appeals District                      800.00                     (750.00)               50.00
226   Court of Appeals–Sixth Court of Appeals District                      125.00                      200.00               325.00
227   Court of Appeals–Seventh Court of Appeals District                    550.00                      (25.00)              525.00
228   Court of Appeals–Eighth Court of Appeals District                     475.00                      150.00               625.00
229   Court of Appeals–Ninth Court of Appeals District                      550.00                      (50.00)              500.00
230   Court of Appeals–Tenth Court of Appeals District                      200.00                      150.00               350.00
231   Court of Appeals–Eleventh Court of Appeals District                   250.00                      130.00               380.00
232   Court of Appeals–Twelfth Court of Appeals District                    350.00                        0.00               350.00
233   Court of Appeals–Thirteenth Court of Appeals District               7,040.00                    1,280.00             8,320.00
234   Court of Appeals–Fourteenth Court of Appeals District               1,400.00                     (375.00)            1,025.00
300   Governor–Fiscal                                                     2,515.50                   (2,515.50)                0.00
302   Attorney General                                                  222,319.68                6,893,393.42         7,115,713.10
303   Texas Building and Procurement Commission                         564,252.96                 (433,714.65)          130,537.31
305   General Land Office                                             1,190,723.83                 (804,447.13)          386,276.70
307   Secretary of State                                                937,701.68                  233,462.38         1,171,164.06
311   Comptroller–Treasury Fiscal                                     2,615,126.95                  525,996.98         3,141,123.93
312   State Securities Board                                              2,001.96                    1,000.00             3,001.96
318   Texas Commission for the Blind                                          0.00                  153,965.17           153,965.17
324   Department of Human Services                                    2,013,311.92                  537,025.38         2,550,337.30
329   Real Estate Commission                                            191,441.04                   17,566.69           209,007.73
330   Texas Rehabilitation Commission                                    30,094.22                  (16,522.48)           13,571.74
332   Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs                 998,471.64                  471,712.13         1,470,183.77
357   Office of Rural Community Affairs                                       0.01                       (0.01)                0.00
360   State Office of Administrative Hearings                            43,250.00                      250.00            43,500.00
362   Texas Lottery Commission                                           73,438.08                  (49,301.80)           24,136.28
367   Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund Board                           60.00                      (60.00)                0.00
405   Texas Department of Public Safety                                 145,212.95                1,400,619.06         1,545,832.01
411   Texas Commission on Fire Protection                               182,704.00                 (175,169.07)            7,534.93
451   Department of Banking                                              85,822.94                  (85,822.94)                0.00
452   Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation                    1,403,874.38                   41,951.41         1,445,825.79
455   Railroad Commission of Texas                                    1,874,087.94                 (268,781.53)        1,605,306.41
456   Board of Plumbing Examiners                                             0.00                    1,919.64             1,919.64
457   Texas State Board of Public Accountancy                            19,928.73                  (19,928.73)                0.00
458   Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission                                72,182.69                  (32,245.72)           39,936.97
467   Texas Commission on Private Security                                  537.63                     (537.63)                0.00
472   Texas Structural Pest Control Board                                 6,548.90                      146.50             6,695.40
473   Public Utility Commission of Texas                                 19,250.00                  (18,765.00)              485.00
476   Texas Racing Commission                                                 0.00                   46,000.00            46,000.00
479   State Office of Risk Management                                     1,202.00                   (1,202.00)                0.00
480   Texas Department of Economic Development                              845.00                     (845.00)                0.00
501   Texas Department of Health                                        308,922.92                 (296,289.72)           12,633.20
515   Texas State Board of Pharmacy                                           4.07                       (4.07)                0.00
517   Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse                          1,000.00                   (1,000.00)                0.00
529   Health and Human Services Commission                           15,592,990.97               (1,680,434.35)       13,912,556.62
530   Department of Family and Protective Services                       31,392.34                   16,591.51            47,983.85
551   Department of Agriculture                                       1,585,534.22               (1,002,049.18)          583,485.04
578   State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners                             0.00                      280.00               280.00
582   Texas Commission on Environmental Quality                       4,706,915.15                  127,557.00         4,834,472.15
601   Texas Department of Transportation                              1,133,250.88                 (517,922.18)          615,328.70
655   Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation           13,770.84                   48,362.04            62,132.88

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TABLE 18 (concluded)
TRANSACTIONS OF DEPARTMENTAL SUSPENSE FUND 0900
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                          Cash Balance         Net Increase       Cash Balance
Department                                                   9/1/03             (Decrease)          8/31/04

696   Texas Department of Criminal Justice               $   105,691.51    $       (6,091.38)    $    99,600.13
701   Texas Education Agency                               1,532,801.17           (85,521.02)      1,447,280.15
714   University of Texas at Arlington                           435.31              (435.31)              0.00
719   Texas State Technical College System                        40.56                (40.56)             0.00
735   Midwestern University                                        0.00                 31.90             31.90
751   Texas A&M Unversity–Commerce                                 0.00                 18.00             18.00
760   Texas A&M Unversity–Corpus Christi                           0.00               157.71             157.71
771   Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired         1,974.67            (1,974.67)              0.00
772   Texas School for the Deaf                                7,398.57            (1,025.84)          6,372.73
781   Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board              853,788.84            22,926.76         876,715.60
802   Parks and Wildlife Department                            1,509.83             3,920.20           5,430.03
808   Texas Historical Commission                            187,971.33            24,695.67         212,667.00
809   State Preservation Board                                 5,989.71            (1,452.45)          4,538.26
902   Comptroller–State Fiscal                            20,950,527.38        (5,914,273.78)     15,036,253.60
907   Comptroller–State Energy Conservation Office           719,178.19          (606,055.55)        113,122.64

TOTAL                                                    $ 60,473,457.67   $ (1,431,264.03)      $ 59,042,193.64




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TABLE 19
PETTY, TRAVEL AND IMPREST CASH ADVANCE FUNDS
Year Ending August 31, 2004

This table presents balances of petty, travel, and imprest cash for each agency maintaining these accounts outside
the State Treasury. The cash is transferred from the State Treasury to a local bank account for use by the agency.

Travel, imprest, and petty cash advance funds are specifically authorized by statute. The funds are reimbursed by warrants
drawn and approved by the Comptroller of Public Accounts out of funds in the State Treasury. Closing a petty cash account
does not increase an agency’s appropriations. The statutues governing these funds are Texas Government Code Annotated,
sections 403.241 – 403.252 and 660.026.

                                                                                 Petty                  Travel                   Imprest
Fund/Department                                                                  Cash                    Cash                     Cash

0001 GENERAL REVENUE FUND
     102 House of Representatives                                            $                      $     3,500              $
     103 Texas Legislative Council                                                                        8,500                      150
     105 Legislative Reference Library                                              500
     212 Office of Court Administration                                                                   2,000
     221 Court of Appeals–First Court of Appeals District                            500
     222 Court of Appeals–Second Court of Appeals District                         1,000                  2,500
     224 Court of Appeals–Fourth Court of Appeals District                           500
     225 Court of Appeals–Fifth Court of Appeals District                          1,000
     226 Court of Appeals–Sixth Court of Appeals District                          1,000
     227 Court of Appeals–Seventh Court of Appeals District                          500
     229 Court of Appeals–Ninth Court of Appeals District                            500
     231 Court of Appeals–Eleventh Court of Appeals District                       1,000
     232 Court of Appeals–Twelfth Court of Appeals District                        1,000
     233 Court of Appeals–Thirteenth Court of Appeals District                       500
     234 Court of Appeals–Fourteenth Court of Appeals District                       500
     301 Governor–Executive                                                                               6,000
     302 Attorney General                                                                                80,000                    10,000
     303 Texas Building and Procurement Commission                                   250                  5,000
     304 Comptroller of Public Accounts                                            4,950                 25,000
     306 Texas State Library and Archives Commission                                 665                                             335
     307 Secretary of State                                                          650                  8,800
     312 State Securities Board                                                      100
     313 Department of Information Resources                                         200                  7,500
     318 Texas Commission for the Blind                                                                  20,000
     324 Department of Human Services                                                                   143,000
     329 Real Estate Commission                                                      500
     330 Texas Rehabilitation Commission                                           4,000                 40,000
     356 Texas Ethics Commission                                                     500
     401 Adjutant General’s Department                                               100
     405 Texas Department of Public Safety                                        50,329                 40,000                   915,100
     409 Commission on Jail Standards                                                 25                  4,000
     451 Department of Banking                                                     2,000                 10,000
     452 Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation                                101
     453 Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission                                      500                 18,000
     455 Railroad Commission of Texas                                              1,000
     457 Texas State Board of Public Accountancy                                                          4,000
     458 Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission                                      10,500                  2,000                    50,000
     469 Credit Union Department                                                     100                  2,500
     473 Public Utility Commission of Texas                                        1,050                  5,000
     479 State Office of Risk Management                                                                  3,000
     501 Texas Department of Health                                                6,420                 50,000
     503 Texas State Board of Medical Examiners                                      100                  2,000
     504 State Board of Dental Examiners                                             500
     514 Texas Optometry Board                                                     3,500                  1,000
     517 Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse                                                      10,000
     520 Board of Examiners of Psychologists                                        200                   1,500
     529 Health and Human Services Commission                                                            42,500
     530 Department of Family and Protective Services                                                   125,000
     532 Interagency Council on Early Childhood Intervention Services                                     2,500
     533 Executive Council of Physical and Occupational Therapy Examiners            500
     551 Department of Agriculture                                                 3,500                 10,000
     554 Texas Animal Health Commission                                            6,000                 25,000
     578 State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners                               1,000

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TABLE 19 (continued)
PETTY, TRAVEL AND IMPREST CASH ADVANCE FUNDS
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                                             Petty          Travel         Imprest
Fund/Department                                                              Cash            Cash           Cash

0001 GENERAL REVENUE FUND (concluded)
     580 Texas Water Development Board                                   $     1,000   $     12,500    $
     582 Texas Commission on Environmental Quality                             3,250         20,000
     655 Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation            130,158         59,952          82,100
     665 Texas Juvenile Probation Commission                                                  5,000
     694 Texas Youth Commission                                               22,400         53,000          62,750
     696 Texas Department of Criminal Justice                                    500        125,000         227,375
     701 Texas Education Agency                                                   40         25,000
     751 Texas A&M University–Commerce                                                       18,000
     764 Texas A&M University–Texarkana                                                       5,000
     771 Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired                      5,000         10,000
     772 Texas School for the Deaf                                             2,000          5,500
     781 Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board                               100
     802 Parks and Wildlife Department                                                         7,760
     808 Texas Historical Commission                                                           5,000
     813 Texas Commission on the Arts                                                          8,500
         SUBTOTAL                                                            272,188       1,070,012       1,347,810

0006 STATE HIGHWAY FUND
     405 Texas Department of Public Safety                                    13,707        135,000         136,900
     601 Texas Department of Transportation                                   56,332         75,000

0009 GR ACCOUNT–GAME, FISH, AND WATER SAFETY*
     802 Parks and Wildlife Department                                        50,741         20,948

0036 GR ACCOUNT–TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE OPERATING *
     411 Texas Commission on Fire Protection                                                  8,000
     454 Texas Department of Insurance                                          685          25,000

0047 TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY AVAILABLE FUND
     710 Texas A&M University System                                                                        400,000

0064 GR ACCOUNT–STATE PARKS*
     802 Parks and Wildlife Department                                       200,832         31,213

0116 GR ACCOUNT–LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER STANDARDS AND EDUCATION*
     407 Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education                        6,227

0127 GR ACCOUNT–COMMUNITY AFFAIRS FEDERAL*
     332 Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs                                   20,000

0158 GR ACCOUNT–WATERMASTER ADMINISTRATION*
     582 Texas Commission on Environmental Quality                              100

0222 GR ACCOUNT–DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY FEDERAL*
     405 Texas Department of Public Safety                                                                    3,000

0227 GR ACCOUNT–ANGELO STATE UNIVERSITY CURRENT*
     737 Angelo State University                                                500

0273 GR ACCOUNT–FEDERAL HEALTH AND HEALTH LAB FUNDING
      EXCESS REVENUE*
     501 Texas Department of Health                                           14,075        245,000

0467 GR ACCOUNT–TEXAS RECREATION AND PARKS*
     802 Parks and Wildlife Department                                                           80

0493 BLIND COMMISSION ENDOWMENT FUND
     318 Texas Commission for the Blind                                       13,200         40,000



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TABLE 19 (concluded)
PETTY, TRAVEL AND IMPREST CASH ADVANCE FUNDS
Year Ending August 31, 2004

                                                                       Petty         Travel        Imprest
Fund/Department                                                        Cash           Cash          Cash

0522 VETERANS LAND PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION FUND
     305 General Land Office                                       $             $    10,000   $

0523 GR ACCOUNT–PHARMACY BOARD OPERATING*
     515 Texas State Board of Pharmacy                                   1,000         2,000

0597 GR ACCOUNT–TEXAS RACING COMMISSION*
     476 Texas Racing Commission                                         1,000         2,000

0698 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION INSURANCE–TAXABLE REVENUE SERIES 1991
      ADMINISTRATION FUND
     347 Texas Public Finance Authority                                                1,000

0849 BOB BULLOCK TEXAS STATE HISTORY MUSEUM TRUST FUND
     809 State Preservation Board                                       10,000

0879 CAPITAL GIFT SHOPS TRUST FUND
     809 State Preservation Board                                        1,000

0955 S.E.R.S. TRUST ACCOUNT
     327 Employees Retirement System of Texas                             500          9,200

0960 TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM TRUST ACCOUNT
     323 Teacher Retirement System of Texas                                           20,000

5007 GR ACCOUNT–COMMISSION ON EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS*
     477 Commission on State Emergency Communications                                  1,500

5025 GR ACCOUNT–LOTTERY*
     362 Texas Lottery Commission                                        1,500         6,000       4,000,000

5026 GR ACCOUNT–WORKFORCE COMMISSION FEDERAL*
     320 Texas Workforce Commission                                                   25,000

TOTAL                                                              $ 637,359     $ 1,753,180   $ 5,887,710


* Consolidated General Revenue Accounts




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Notes to the Annual Cash Report
Note 1                                                       The following is a reconciliation of total cash
Annual Cash Report Presentation                          in the Treasury account per this report to the actual
    The 2004 Annual Cash Report for the state in-        balance of the pool of cash reinvested.
cludes all funds in the State Treasury and has been
prepared primarily from accounts maintained by the
                                                                              Cash Reconciliation
State Comptrollerʼs Office. Additional data have
                                                                          Comptroller and State Treasury
been derived from reports prescribed by the Comp-
troller and prepared by various agencies of the state.     Cash in State Treasury
Report table totals may not add due to rounding.            (Comptroller Records)                            $ 15,814,248,524
                                                           Less: Lottery Investments Held as Cash                 (759,796,983)
Note 2                                                     Less: Balance of Fund 938
Summary of Significant                                       (In Federal Treasury)                                (1,038,660,762)
Accounting Policies                                        Plus: Items in Transit and Outstanding Warrants         729,758,249
                                                           Plus: GASB 31 Mark to Market                                487,040
a. Basis of Accounting                                     Pooled Cash and Cash Equivalents
                                                            (State Treasury Division Records)                $ 14,746,036,068
    The funds in the State Treasury are accounted
for on a cash basis as required by the Texas Consti-
tution and by law. Revenue is reported in the period         The following is a breakdown of the pooled cash
when the related cash collection is made, and ex-        and cash equivalent investments which is reported
penditures are reported in the period when the cash      at fair market value (FMV) in financial institutions
disbursements are made.                                  by type of instrument:

b. General Ledger
                                                                                    Treasury Fund Cash
    Amounts presented in Tables 1 and 10 rep-
resent account balances from the general ledger            Time Deposit                                           $ 18,821,100
maintained by the Uniform Statewide Accounting             Non-interest-bearing Demand Accounts
System (USAS). These accounts are adjusted after            and NOW Accounts                                        42,032,153
year end (8/31/2004) to reflect accrual based activ-        BIDTX                                                   450,000,000
ity reported in the Comprehensive Annual Financial         Securities Repurchase Agreements                      8,778,000,000
Report. Timing differences may result in a variance        US Government Securities (FMV )                       2,528,924,470
between the two reports.                                   Mortgage Backed Government Securities (FMV )            573,088,274
                                                           Commercial Paper                                      2,000,709,665
c. Pooled Cash and Cash Equivalents                        Mutual Funds                                            477,000,000
    Amounts reflected in this report as cash in the         Accrued Interest                                         10,856,727
Treasury are pooled and reinvested by the Treasury         Cashier’s Cash (Cash and Checks in Transit)               2,217,117
in various financial instruments. The depository in-        Investment in Texas State Trust Company                   1,000,000
terest on the cash pool is credited proportionally to      Political Subdivision Bonds                               2,864,345
each fund eligible to receive the interest. Deposi-        Less: Obligations under Reverse
tory interest earnings are transferred to each fund         Repurchase Agreements                                 (139,415,686)
on a periodic basis.                                       Less: Interest Payable                                       (62,097)

                                                           Total Pooled Cash and Cash Equivalents            $ 14,746,036,068



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d. Interfund Borrowing                                   f. Bonded Indebtedness
    The Comptroller is authorized by law to borrow           Outstanding bonded indebtedness is maintained
money from statutory funds to cover General Rev-         as a long-term liability. This includes the constitu-
enue Fund shortfalls. These transfers to the General     tionally authorized general obligation bonds (which
Revenue Fund are temporary and are returned to           are accounted for in special funds in the State Trea-
the lending fund as soon as practical. The Comp-         sury), higher education constitutional appropria-
troller preserves the fund equity, and the depository    tion bonds, and Permanent University Fund bonds.
interest is allocated as if the transfers had not been   These bonds are recorded at par and are reduced by
made.                                                    the amount of each payment of principal.
    On August 31, 2004, all short-term borrowings of
the General Revenue Fund had been returned to the        Note 3
lending statutory funds, and no liability existed.       Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes
                                                             The Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note Fund
e. Investments                                           (0577) had a balance at fiscal year end that included
    Various agencies of the state are authorized by      $66,000,000 in “good faith money” that the State
law to invest and reinvest the balances of certain       received on August 24, 2004, when the Series 2004
funds in the State Treasury. Unlike the cash pool        Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRAN) in the
investments of the State Treasury in Note 2c, these      amount of $6,600,000,000 were sold. On August 31,
agency investments are purchased directly from           2004, $6,625,457,055.59 was received (the remain-
individual fund resources and thus reduce the cash       ing proceeds of the Series 2004 TRAN, plus the
balance of the related funds. The investments are        premium). The State of Texas sold $6,600,000,000
maintained as an asset of the fund from which they       in Series 2004 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes
are purchased.                                           at a coupon rate of 3.00% and a net interest cost of
    Investments held by non-pension trust funds          1.614%. The Series 2004 TRAN will be repaid on
are reported at fair value in the balance sheet, and     August 31, 2005.
investment income is recognized as revenue in the
operating statement. However, money market in-           Note 4
vestments and participating interest-earning invest-     Tax Rates and Taxable Bases
ment contracts can be reported at amortized cost,        for Major Texas State Taxes
provided the investment has a remaining maturity            The following table shows the rates and tax
of one year or less at the time of purchase. Pension     bases for major State taxes collected in the State
trust funds are still reported at fair value.            of Texas for the year ended August 31, 2004. The
                                                         amounts shown are for state taxes only and do not
                                                         include any local tax component. Taxes not shown
                                                         include: Cement Tax, Oil Well Service Tax, Bingo
                                                         Rental Tax, Sulphur Tax, Coin-Operated Machine
                                                         Tax, Insurance Maintenance Taxes, and minor oc-
                                                         cupation taxes.




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                      Tax Rates and Taxable Bases for Major Texas State Taxes
                                                          Fiscal 2004

Tax                                                  Rate and Base


Sales Taxes:                                         Limited Sales and Use: 6.25 percent of the retail sale price of tangible
                                                     personal property and selected services.
                                                     Boat and Boat Motor: 6.25 percent of the total consideration
                                                     paid for a boat or boat motor.
                                                     Fireworks: 2.0 percent of the sales price of fireworks, in addition to the
                                                     6.25 percent limited sales and use tax.


Natural Gas Tax                                      7.5 percent of the market value of gas produced in the state.
                                                     4.6 percent of the market value of condensate produced in the state.


Oil Production and Regulation Taxes                  Production: 4.6 percent of the market value of oil produced in the state.
                                                     Regulation: 3/16 of 1¢ on each barrel produced.


Motor Fuels Taxes                                    Motor Fuels: 20¢ / gallon of gasoline or diesel fuel.
                                                     Special Fuels: 15¢ / gallon of liquefied gas.


Motor Vehicle Sales/Rental, and                      Sales: 6.25 percent of vehicle sales price, less any trade-in.
Manufactured Housing Sales Taxes                     Rental: 10 percent of gross rental receipts up to 30 days; 6.25 percent over
                                                     30 days.
                                                     Manufactured Housing Sales: 5 percent of 65 percent of the sales price on the
                                                     initial sale or use of new manufactured home.


Cigarette and Cigar/Tobacco Products Taxes           Cigarette:
                                                          (1) $20.50 per 1,000 weighing 3 pounds or less
                                                              (41¢ per pack of 20);
                                                          (2) $22.60 per 1,000 weighing more than 3 pounds
                                                              (45.2¢ per pack of 20).
                                                     Cigar and Tobacco Products (based on weight per 1,000 and selling price):
                                                          (1) cigars weighing not more than 3 pounds per 1,000
                                                              (1¢ for every 10 cigars);
                                                          (2) cigars weighing more than 3 pounds per 1,000 and a factory list
                                                              price of not more than 3.3¢ each ($7.50 per 1,000);
                                                          (3) cigars weighing more than 3 pounds per 1,000 and a factory list price
                                                              over 3.3¢ each containing no substantial amounts of non-tobacco
                                                              ingredients ($11.00 per 1,000);
                                                          (4) cigars weighing more than 3 pounds per 1,000 and a factory list price
                                                              over 3.3¢ each containing substantial amounts of non-tobacco
                                                              ingredients ($15.00 per 1,000);
                                                          (5) Chewing, pipe or smoking tobacco and snuff (35.213 percent of the
                                                              factory list price exclusive of discounts).




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                Tax Rates and Taxable Bases for Major Texas State Taxes (concluded)
                                                 Fiscal 2004

Tax                                         Rate and Base

Franchise Tax                               Domestic and foreign corporations, banks, savings & loans, and limited
                                            liability companies, unless otherwise provided for, pay:
                                                 (1) $2.50 per $1,000 of net taxable capital, and
                                                 (2) the amount by which a tax of 4.5 percent on net taxable earned
                                                     surplus exceeds the tax on capital, if any.

Alcoholic Beverage Taxes                    Beer: $6.00 per 31 gallon barrel.
                                            Liquor: $2.40 per gallon.
                                            Wine: Alcohol volume not over 14 percent - 20.4¢ per gallon.
                                                  More than 14 percent - 40.8¢ per gallon.
                                                  Sparkling wine - 51.6¢ per gallon.
                                            Malt Liquor (Ale): 19.8¢ per gallon.
                                            Mixed Beverage: 14 percent of gross receipts.
                                            Airline/Passenger Train Beverage Tax: 5¢ per serving.

Insurance Premium Taxes                     Life Insurance and Health Maintenance Organizations:
                                                  0.875 percent of the first $450,000 in gross life premiums or HMO
                                                  gross receipts, and 1.75 percent of gross life premiums or HMO
                                                  receipts in excess of $450,000.
                                            Property and Casualty Insurance:
                                                1.6 percent of gross premiums.
                                            Accident and Health Insurance:
                                                 1.75 percent of gross premiums.
                                            Unauthorized, Independently Procured, and Surplus Lines Insurance:
                                                4.85 percent of gross premiums.
                                            Title Insurance:
                                                  1.35 percent of gross premiums.

Inheritance Tax                             A tax equal to 50 percent of the amount of the federal credit is imposed on the
                                            transfer of property at death. Current law phases out the amount states can
                                            collect by 25 percent each calendar year beginning with deaths occurring in
                                            calendar 2002 until it is eliminated in calendar 2005.

Utility Taxes                               Public Utility Gross Receipts: 1/6 of 1 percent of gross receipts.
                                            Gas, Electric and Water Utility:
                                                 (1) Cities 1,000 - 2,499 pop. - 0.581 percent of gross receipts;
                                                 (2) Cities 2,500 - 9,999 pop. - 1.070 percent;
                                                 (3) Cities 10,000 pop. or more - 1.997 percent.
                                            Gas Utility Pipeline: 1/2 of 1 percent of gross income of gas utilities.

Hotel Occupancy Tax                         6 percent of consideration paid by occupant.




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Note 5                                                  Note 6
Agency Consolidations                                   Other Notable Agency Changes
    H.B. 2292, 78th Legislature, Regular Session        in Fiscal 2004
(2003) consolidated the stateʼs health and human ser-       The 78th Legislature consolidated the functions
vice agencies. The agencies affected include Texas      of several other agencies: Texas Aerospace Com-
Commission for the Blind (Agency 318), Depart-          mission (Agency 354) and Texas Department of
ment of Human Services (Agency 324), Texas Re-          Economic Development (Agency 480) transferred
habilitation Commission (Agency 330), Texas Com-        to Governor–Fiscal (Agency 300); Research and
mission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (Agency        Oversight Council on Workersʼ Compensation
335), Texas Department on Aging (Agency 340),           (Agency 478) moved to the Department of Insur-
Texas Department of Health (Agency 501), Texas          ance (Agency 454); Commission on Human Rights
Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Agency 517),         (Agency 344) transferred to the Texas Workforce
Health and Human Services Commission (Agency            Commission (Agency 320); Board of Vocational
529), Department of Protective and Regulatory Ser-      Nurse Examiners (Agency 511) consolidated into
vices (Agency 530), Interagency Council on Early        the Board of Nurse Examiners (Agency 506); and
Childhood Intervention (Agency 532), Texas Health       Texas Commission on Private Security (Agency
Care Information Council (Agency 536), and De-          467) transferred to the Texas Department of Public
partment of Mental Health and Mental Retardation        Safety (Agency 405).
(Agency 655).                                               Through a change in accounting, activity for the
    Effective February 1, 2004 the name of Agency       Court Reporter Certification Board (Agency 204)
530 was changed to the Department of Family and         is reflected at the Office of Court Administration
Protective Services. The Health and Human Ser-          (Agency 212).
vices Commission continued as an agency, with               For several agencies, changes in activity shown
additional responsibilities. The three new agencies     in this report are the effect of vetoed appropria-
created in the H.B. 2292 consolidation are the De-      tions. Close out activity for the Telecommunica-
partment of State Health Services (Agency 537),         tions Infrastructure Fund Board (Agency 367) was
Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Ser-         performed by the Texas Workforce Commission
vices (Agency 538), and Department of Aging and         (Agency 320). Duties of the Texas Wildlife Dam-
Disability Services (Agency 539). These agencies        age Management Service (Agency 577) were trans-
began operations effective September 1, 2004. This      ferred to the Texas Cooperative Extension (Agency
report shows activity through August 31, 2004, so       555). Texas Council on Environmental Technology
the agency names and numbers prior to consolida-        (Agency 369) duties were absorbed by the Texas
tion are used. Subsequent reports will reflect the ef-   Commission on Environmental Quality (Agency
fects of consolidation.                                 582). Texas Department of Transportation (Agency
                                                        601) took over the duties of the Aircraft Pooling
                                                        Board (Agency 342). Criminal Justice Policy Coun-
                                                        cil (Agency 410) close out activity was performed
                                                        by Governor–Fiscal (Agency 300).




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General Revenue Fund 0001
Legal Citation: Various
Date of Origin: 1845
Administering Agency: Various

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                $   (1,978,434,878.17)

Code   Name                                                                    Object Totals

Revenue:
3003 Motor Vehicles Sales and Use Tax–Motor Carriers                       $          280,848.01
3004 Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax                                            2,485,108,423.68
3005 Motor Vehicle Rental Tax                                                     151,466,448.89
3007 Gasoline Tax                                                               2,272,227,269.62
3008 Diesel Fuel Tax                                                              643,893,545.25
3009 Liquefied Gas Tax                                                              1,586,076.23
3012 Motor Vehicle Certificates                                                    27,365,335.48
3014 Motor Vehicle Registration Fees                                                3,835,475.50
3015 Motor Fuel Mixture Testing Fee                                                   512,444.25
3016 Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax–Seller Financed Motor Vehicles                82,422,789.98
3018 Special Vehicle Registrations                                                 19,949,291.77
3020 Motor Vehicle Inspection Fees                                                 76,380,271.76
3023 Inspection Fees–Salvage to Regular Title                                           6,780.00
3025 Driver License Fees                                                           95,258,900.63
3026 Voluntary Driver License Fee for Blindness, Screening and Treatment              350,110.60
3027 Driver Record Information Fees                                                51,523,915.58
3030 Commercial Driver Training School Fees                                         2,456,382.20
3031 Automobile Clubs Registration                                                     33,315.00
3032 School Fund Benefit Fee on Diesel Fuel                                           370,979.89
3035 Commercial Transportation Fees                                                 8,637,530.82
3038 Motor Carriers–Proof of Insurance Filing Fee                                   1,549,405.43
3041 Voluntary Driver License Fee for Anatomical Gift Education                       278,334.00
3045 Railroad Commission Service Fees                                                   1,780.10
3055 Excess Fines from Speeding Violations                                            136,833.72
3056 Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Violations                                 6,950,274.16
3057 Motor Carrier Act Penalties                                                    1,832,356.16
3062 Rail Safety Program Fees                                                       1,309,154.00
3080 Petroleum Product Delivery Fees                                                1,477,314.08
3100 Interest on Retail Credit Sales                                                  927,637.35
3101 Prepayments of Limited Sales and Use Tax                                   5,052,073,993.35
3102 Limited Sales and Use Tax                                                 10,254,869,080.79
3103 Limited Sales and Use Tax–State                                               13,351,568.05
3104 Manufactured Housing Sales and Use Tax                                        12,503,912.24
3105 Discounts for Sales Tax–State Agencies and Higher Education                       47,099.53
3106 City Sales Tax Service Fee                                                    58,134,028.97
3107 Local MTA Sales Tax Service Fee                                               19,970,410.12
3108 County Sales Tax Service Fee                                                   4,927,673.81
3109 Local SPD Sales Tax Service Fee                                                2,297,629.46
3110 Inheritance Tax                                                              151,131,249.02
3111 Boat and Boat Motor Sales and Use Tax                                         46,448,997.33
3114 Escheated Estates                                                            249,672,558.19
3120 Property Rights Claims                                                               225.00
3123 Volatile Chemical Sales Permit                                                   435,840.57
3126 Concealed Handgun Fees                                                         6,165,885.48
3127 Fireworks Tax                                                                      9,320.97
3131 Franchise Tax                                                              1,837,381,562.24
3133 General Business Filing Fees                                                  58,798,213.54
3134 Private Sector Prison Industries Oversight Receipts                            2,221,365.74
3135 Occupation Tax                                                                11,354,026.09
3136 Cement Tax                                                                     8,279,965.67
3137 Racing Association ATM Receipts                                                  237,299.62
3138 Discounts for Hotel Occupancy Tax                                                  1,040.57
3139 Hotel and Motel Tax                                                          238,860,623.34
3141 Bedding Permit Fees                                                              563,282.42
3142 Food Service Worker Training                                                     341,259.86
3143 Industrial Alcohol Manufacture                                                       400.00
3144 Animal Shelter Personnel Training                                                 25,750.00
3146 Boxing Admissions Tax                                                            196,961.44
3147 Boxing and Wrestling Licenses                                                    138,865.00

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General Revenue Fund 0001 (continued)

3150   Coin-Operated Amusement Machine Tax                                           $       8,240,099.62
3151   Coin-Operated Machine Business License Fee                                              747,546.99
3152   Bingo Operators/Lessors                                                               2,948,472.87
3153   Bingo Equipment                                                                          69,025.00
3157   Loan Administration Fees                                                                264,283.30
3158   Manufactured Housing Training Fees                                                       76,845.00
3159   Manufactured Housing Certificate of Title                                             5,360,167.12
3160   Manufactured and Industrialized Housing Registration License Fees                     1,171,624.33
3161   Manufactured and Industrialized Housing Inspection Fees                               1,637,276.59
3163   Penalties for Manufactured Housing Violations                                            74,100.00
3164   Boiler Inspection Fees                                                                1,980,756.84
3166   Bingo Rental Tax                                                                      1,151,447.70
3170   Bingo Prize Fees                                                                     21,738,004.87
3171   Professional Fees, H.B. 11 and H.B. 3442, General Revenue Increase                   70,549,246.66
3172   Financial Institution Regulation                                                     19,646,238.28
3173   Credit Service and Charitable Organizations Registration                                  7,600.00
3174   Unlicensed Creditors Registration                                                       271,902.00
3175   Professional Fees                                                                   154,613,171.88
3180   Health Regulation Fees                                                                1,943,956.91
3196   Racing Pool–State Share–Greyhound (Simulcast Pari-Mutuel)                               917,970.26
3200   Racing Pool–State Share–Horse (Simulcast Pari-Mutuel)                                 3,737,928.98
3201   Insurance Premium Tax                                                             1,098,071,568.23
3203   Insurance Maintenance Tax                                                            34,229,776.77
3205   Property and Casualty, Title and Other Insurer Assessment                             1,789,326.16
3206   Insurance Companies Fees                                                             14,993,116.33
3210   Insurance Agents Licenses                                                               251,843.00
3211   Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission Self-Insurance Application Fees                    3,000.00
3212   Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission Self-Insurance Regulatory Fees                   806,849.71
3214   Insurance Maintenance Tax/Fee Collections–Comptroller                                (1,802,575.51)
3215   Insurance Department Fees–Miscellaneous                                               6,660,259.92
3217   Prepaid Funeral Contract Audit                                                          679,411.84
3219   Workers’ Compensation Commission, Maintenance Tax                                    54,637,981.48
3220   Workers’ Compensation Research Maintenance Tax                                           25,370.39
3222   Insurance Money Penalty in Lieu of Suspension or Cancellation                         2,482,457.05
3230   Public Utility Gross Receipts Assessment                                             41,557,365.17
3233   Gas, Electric and Water Utility Tax                                                 308,667,270.19
3234   Gas Utility Pipeline Tax                                                              6,020,517.04
3236   Automatic Dial Announcing Devices                                                         5,265.00
3239   Telecommunications Utility Fees                                                       1,737,439.00
3245   Compressed Natural Gas Training and Examinations                                          1,160.00
3246   Compressed Natural Gas Licenses                                                          10,370.00
3250   Mixed Beverage Tax                                                                  433,839,587.92
3253   Liquor Tax                                                                           52,594,598.24
3254   Airline/Passenger Train Beverage Tax                                                    343,507.05
3256   Liquor Permit Fees                                                                   19,137,249.27
3257   License/Permit Surcharges–General                                                    10,478,270.95
3258   Beer Tax                                                                            102,374,600.07
3259   Wine Tax                                                                              7,836,114.06
3261   Wine and Beer Permit Fees                                                             4,217,327.68
3263   Brew Pub Licenses                                                                        10,100.00
3265   Malt Liquor (Ale) Tax                                                                 4,851,097.63
3266   Temporary Charitable Function Permit–Alcoholic Beverages                                    875.00
3268   Alcoholic Beverage Code Money Penalty in Lieu of Cancellation or Suspension           2,610,700.00
3269   Sale of Confiscated Alcoholic Beverages                                                  48,950.51
3271   Alcoholic Beverage Import Fee                                                         1,323,874.24
3272   Alcoholic Beverage Seller Training Programs                                             421,958.00
3273   Alcoholic Beverage Samples and Labels Certificate of Approval                           314,850.00
3274   Alcoholic Beverage Commission Administrative Fees                                        84,950.00
3275   Cigarette Tax, Penalty and Interest                                                 449,636,873.28
3278   Cigar and Tobacco Products Tax                                                       84,940,251.62
3280   Tobacco Product Related Fines                                                            78,389.39
3281   Tobacco Product Advertising Fees                                                         83,111.18
3282   Cigarette, Cigar and Tobacco Combination Permits                                      5,781,974.55
3290   Oil Production Tax                                                                  495,443,284.06
3291   Natural and Casinghead Gas Tax                                                    1,392,436,141.63
3295   Oil and Gas Regulation Tax                                                              668,115.45
3296   Oil and Gas Well Servicing Tax                                                       14,627,019.78
3299   Sulphur Tax                                                                           3,143,101.58
3301   Land Office Fees                                                                      1,205,525.08


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General Revenue Fund 0001 (continued)

3302   Land Office Administrative Fees                                               $     1,348,729.50
3305   Veterans Land Board Service Fees                                                      550,527.93
3311   Survey Permits                                                                        135,659.26
3313   Oil and Gas Well Drilling Permit                                                           99.90
3314   Oil and Gas Violations                                                                 71,604.00
3315   Oil and Gas Lease Bonus                                                               779,261.96
3316   Oil and Gas Lease Rental                                                                1,724.54
3321   Oil Royalties from Other State Lands (State Departments, Boards, Agencies)            585,471.07
3325   Gas Royalties from Lands Owned by Educational Institutions                          3,752,368.77
3326   Gas Royalties from Other State Lands (State Departments, Boards, Agencies)          1,275,008.82
3327   Outer Continental Shelf Settlement Monies                                           4,808,957.63
3329   Surface Mining Permits                                                                663,735.60
3340   Land Easements                                                                         69,930.43
3342   Land Lease                                                                             71,139.67
3349   Land Sales                                                                         32,094,742.77
3360   Water Quality Act Violations                                                        1,628,761.16
3366   Business Fees–Natural Resources                                                       480,842.50
3372   Quarry Pit Safety Fees                                                                 12,750.00
3373   Injection Well Regulation                                                              84,845.00
3375   Air Pollution Control Fees                                                          3,693,598.88
3382   Railroad Commission Rule Exceptions                                                   136,701.40
3400   Business Fees–Agriculture                                                           3,165,284.86
3402   Weighing and Measuring Device Inspector License                                        63,475.00
3404   Citrus Budwood and Grove Certification Fees                                             4,872.18
3410   Agriculture Registration Fees                                                       3,637,074.00
3414   Agriculture Inspection Fees                                                         7,418,265.90
3417   Travel Fees for Seed Records Audit and Egg Inspections                                  7,971.95
3420   Livestock Export/Import Processing Fees                                               707,041.00
3422   Agricultural Administrative Penalties                                                 124,886.14
3423   Agricultural Association Fees                                                           4,275.00
3435   Game, Fish and Equipment Fees–Commercial                                               15,420.00
3436   Oyster Fees                                                                             8,672.84
3462   Boater Education Exam Fees                                                            144,118.10
3463   Marine Safety Enforcement Officer Certification Fees                                   10,181.00
3464   Floating Cabin Permit, Application, Renewal and Transfer                                4,500.00
3500   Federal Receipts Matched–Education Programs                                         5,945,815.46
3501   Federal Receipts Not Matched–Education Programs                                     6,141,704.54
3509   Private Educational Institution Fees                                                1,938,918.92
3510   High School Equivalency Certificate                                                   901,330.85
3511   Teacher Certification Fees                                                         19,356,624.17
3512   Teacher Retirement Reimbursement from Funds Outside Treasury                      178,035,831.64
3514   Higher Education, Indirect Cost Recoveries/State                                       77,838.00
3516   Interest on College Student Loans                                                      80,250.64
3517   Repayment of College Student Loans                                                    172,505.39
3530   School Bond Guarantee Fees                                                            222,700.00
3540   Tax Discount Donation–Student Financial Assistance Grants                               7,535.87
3550   Federal Receipts Matched–Health Programs                                          145,961,671.80
3551   Federal Receipts Not Matched–Health Programs                                       97,911,747.48
3552   HIV Medication Program                                                                  5,086.71
3553   Pipeline Safety Inspection Fees                                                     1,669,753.79
3554   Food and Drug Fees                                                                  3,072,775.19
3555   Hazardous Substance Manufacture                                                       171,636.00
3557   Health Care Facilities Fees                                                         5,142,564.42
3560   Medical Examination and Registration                                               19,937,010.88
3562   Health Related Professional Fees                                                   12,029,459.22
3564   Disproportionate Share Revenues/State Hospitals                                   585,927,504.00
3568   Disproportionate Share Revenues/Non–State Hospitals                               341,441,684.00
3569   Receipt of Federal/State Disproportionate Share Payments by State Hospitals       331,558,373.00
3570   Peer Assistance Program Fees                                                          726,533.00
3572   Health Related Professional Fees, H.B. 11, General Revenue Increase                15,182,746.93
3573   Health Licenses for Camps                                                              30,670.00
3575   Repayment of Loans to Medical Students–Rural Medicine                                  55,726.36
3579   Vital Statistics Certification and Service Fees                                     2,445,226.02
3580   Controlled Substance Tax Certificates                                                     350.00
3583   Controlled Substances Act Forfeited Money                                           4,038,308.13
3584   Controlled Substance Tax Certificates Billing                                           4,746.72
3588   Transfer From Urban/Rural Hospitals–Medicaid Match                                199,398,658.19
3589   Radioactive Materials and Devices for Equipment Regulation                          7,607,256.67
3592   Waste Disposal Facilities, Generators, Transporters                                   434,316.75
3593   Waste Tire Recycling Fees                                                               4,436.24

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General Revenue Fund 0001 (continued)

3594   Waste Disposal Violations                                                     $        1,384,867.12
3595   Medical Assistance Cost Recovery                                                       2,662,854.36
3596   Automotive Oil Sales Fee                                                                  25,667.99
3598   Battery Sales Fee                                                                        575,469.65
3600   Federal Receipts Matched–Welfare/MHMR Programs                                    10,722,118,748.45
3601   Federal Receipts Not Matched–Welfare/MHMR Programs                                    42,503,544.47
3602   Earned Federal Funds, Food Stamp Recoupment                                            3,984,024.04
3603   Reimbursement for Telecommunications Assistance, Distance Learning and
         Other Advanced Services                                                               777,985.48
3606   Support and Maintenance of Patients                                                  33,779,137.60
3611   Private Institutions License Fees                                                     1,604,671.19
3614   Counseling, Care and Treatment of Out-Patients                                           46,870.48
3616   Social Worker Regulation                                                                756,737.61
3618   Welfare/MHMR Service Fees                                                               252,189.20
3621   Child Support Collections–Federal                                                    16,549,643.10
3622   Child Support Collections–State, Non-Title IV-D                                      68,201,509.78
3624   Adoption Registry Fees                                                                      345.00
3625   Court Costs Awarded Parent/Child Cases                                                  439,018.82
3628   Dormitory, Cafeteria and Merchandise Sales                                           79,409,890.68
3632   Elderly Housing Set-Aside                                                               418,572.60
3634   Medicare Reimbursements                                                              22,609,869.73
3636   Inmate Health Care Copayments                                                           268,497.30
3637   Federal Pass-Through Revenue from Medicaid Insurance Provider to MHMR                15,886,485.25
3638   Vendor Drug Rebates, Medicaid Program–Mandated                                      507,645,522.89
3639   Premium Credits, Medicaid Program                                                   117,146,296.25
3640   Vendor Drug Rebates–Non-Medicaid Programs                                             2,163,323.03
3642   Residential Aftercare Participant Fees                                                   11,072.06
3643   Premium Co-payments, Low Income Children                                             29,697,322.33
3649   Vendor Drug and HMO Experience Rebates, CHIP Program                                 18,558,304.16
3651   Protest Funds–Diesel Fuel Taxes                                                             (21.00)
3654   Protest Funds–Insurance Companies Premium Taxes                                        (237,759.73)
3684   Dental School Set Aside, Loan Repayments                                                 96,532.85
3686   Tuition Set-Aside for Attorney Education Loan Repayments                                163,698.04
3687   Tuition Set-Aside for Dental Hygiene Education Loan Repayments                           10,015.67
3693   Doctoral Incentive Loan Repayment Set-Asides for Faculty and Administration             302,006.00
3700   Federal Receipts Matched–Other Programs                                             244,376,462.14
3701   Federal Receipts Not Matched–Other Programs                                         381,585,194.56
3702   Federal Receipts–Earned Credits                                                      17,573,929.82
3704   Court Costs                                                                             646,244.46
3705   State Parking Violations                                                                 13,313.40
3706   Arrest Fees                                                                           2,087,502.54
3707   Marriage License Fees                                                                   508,943.28
3708   Judge’s Retirement Contributions                                                        142,419.44
3710   Court Fines                                                                              10,010.00
3713   Fees from Misdemeanor or Felony Cases                                                    16,884.63
3714   Judgments and Settlements                                                             9,289,526.17
3716   Lien Fees                                                                               151,465.40
3717   Civil Penalties                                                                      11,400,709.53
3718   Court Costs and Attorney Fees                                                         9,264,079.11
3719   Fees for Copies or Filing of Records                                                 10,624,666.22
3720   Expedited Handling Charges (Secretary of State)                                       3,127,045.59
3722   Conference, Seminars, and Training Registration Fees                                  3,776,634.01
3723   Fees for Examinations and Audits                                                      1,549,281.19
3724   Insurance Notification of HIV Related Test Fees                                          16,800.00
3725   State Grants, Pass-Through Revenue, Non-Operating                                   293,156,864.45
3726   Federal Receipts–Indirect Cost Recoveries                                            19,472,865.43
3727   Fees for Administrative Services                                                      8,868,100.17
3728   Unemployment Taxes                                                                            0.09
3733   Workers’ Compensation Penalties                                                       1,029,286.66
3735   Recovery of Parole Costs                                                              6,761,202.55
3737   Probation Supervision Recovery                                                            6,654.12
3738   Grants–Cities/Counties                                                                4,436,908.94
3739   Grants–Other Political Subdivisions                                                     748,727.10
3740   Gifts/Grants/Donations–Non-Operating Revenue/Program Revenue                         40,300,665.45
3746   Rental of Lands                                                                           1,701.37
3747   Rental–Other                                                                          2,009,901.44
3748   Royalties                                                                               365,141.67
3749   Use of Great Seal of Texas–Licenses                                                       3,985.00
3750   Sale of Furniture and Equipment                                                       4,045,917.61
3751   Sale of Buildings                                                                     2,524,881.10

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General Revenue Fund 0001 (continued)

3752   Sale of Publications/Advertising                                                 $      3,794,828.45
3753   Sale of Surplus Property Fee                                                              684,054.46
3754   Other Surplus or Salvage Property/Materials Sales                                       5,780,393.92
3756   Prison Industries Sales                                                                 8,887,583.29
3759   Telecommunications Service from Local Funds                                            11,873,334.95
3760   Insurance Premium Contributions–State                                                          32.00
3762   Central Supply Store Receipts                                                             196,385.14
3765   Interagency Sale of Supplies/Equipment/Services                                       188,225,973.16
3766   Supplies/Equipment/Services–Local Funds                                                49,546,067.85
3767   Supplies/Equipment/Services–Federal/Other                                               1,692,350.72
3769   Forfeitures                                                                             2,074,903.68
3770   Administrative Penalties                                                                4,191,032.82
3771   Tax Refunds to Employers of AFDC Recipients                                              (285,612.14)
3773   Insurance and Damages                                                                     193,061.48
3775   Returned Check Fees                                                                       175,238.64
3776   Fingerprint Record Fees                                                                   124,036.98
3777   Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                   4,714,662.96
3778   Credit Card Issuer Receipts                                                                    (0.99)
3779   Repayment of Imprest Advances                                                               5,500.00
3780   Repayment of Travel Advances                                                               11,000.00
3781   Repayment of Petty Cash Advances                                                            4,450.00
3782   Repayment of Loans, Political Subdivision                                               1,098,327.58
3788   Default Deposit Adjustments–Suspense                                                     (638,341.23)
3789   Returned Checks–Default Fund                                                                2,606.41
3791   Deposit of Cash Bonds to Secure Liability                                                   8,693.30
3792   Deposit to U.S. Savings Bond Account                                                          (99.61)
3793   Political Subdivision Administrative Fee, Failure to Appear                             3,959,941.04
3795   Other Miscellaneous Governmental Revenue                                                4,262,698.65
3796   Interest Received/Paid to Federal Government                                           (3,474,740.00)
3798   Tax Refund for Economic Development Reinvestment Zone/Abatement
         Agreement–Sales Tax                                                                  (7,616,555.68)
3801   Time Payment Plan for Court Costs/Fees                                                  9,752,801.75
3802   Reimbursements–Third Party                                                            108,243,876.25
3803   Reimbursements–Intra-Agency                                                             6,425,157.81
3804   Tax Refund for Economic Development, Reinvestment Zone/Abatement
         Agreement–Franchise Tax                                                               (2,367,610.17)
3805   Subrogation Recoveries                                                                   1,481,961.85
3806   Rental of Housing to State Employees                                                     1,226,941.00
3839   Sale of Vehicles, Boats, and Aircraft                                                      223,394.93
3842   State Grants, Pass-Through Revenue, Operating                                           73,139,659.26
3846   New Home Registration Fees                                                               2,142,541.95
3848   Public/Private Revenue Sharing–State Receipts                                            2,325,213.00
3851   Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)             (38,685,654.47)
3852   Interest on Local Deposits–State Agencies                                                      192.15
3853   Interest on Judgments                                                                        7,849.19
3854   Interest–Other, General (Non-Program)                                                    2,723,113.19
3858   Bail Bond Surety Fees                                                                      142,374.12
3875   Interest–Other Operating Revenue                                                           108,218.05
3879   Credit Card and Related Fees                                                            20,535,381.66
3901   Allocations from Fund 0001 to Funds 0002, 0006, 0057 – Motor Fuel Tax                    8,407,000.00
3902   Allocations from Fund 0001 to Fund 0001 Unappropriated – Motor Fuel Tax                 24,552,872.72
3905   Allocations from Fund 0001 (Mixed Beverage Tax) to Unappropriated GR                   337,089,497.23
3915   Allocations from Fund 0001 (Mixed Beverage Tax) to Unappropriated GR                  (337,089,497.23)
3947   State Office of Risk Management Assessments                                             73,519,832.63
3950   Allocations from Special Funds–U.B. to GR Fund 0001 or Other Funds as Directed          21,169,557.87
3952   Transfer of Disproportionate Share Funds to Unappropriated GR                          352,757,510.74
3953   Statewide Cost Allocation Plan Reimbursements to GR                                     24,918,314.46
3958   Excess Priority Allocations from Fund 0001 to GR                                       875,752,557.78
3959   Allocations from Fund 0001 to Fund 0001 (Motorboat Refunds)                             21,385,000.04
3960   Allocations from Fund 0001 to Fund 0001 (Other Off-Road Refunds)                         4,951,999.96
3961   STS (TEX-AN) Transfers to General Revenue 0001                                          51,250,716.86
3962   Capitol Complex Transfers to General Revenue 0001                                        6,338,853.25
3963   Transfers to Account 5049 and Health Department–Lottery Unclaimed Prizes                30,799,095.45
3965   Cash Transfers between Funds or Accounts–Medicaid Only                               2,587,737,038.40
3967   Earned Federal Fund Revenue Transfers from Unappropriated to Appropriated                 (460,813.64)
3968   Other Cash Transfers Within Agency, Fund or Account and Fiscal Year                    100,699,708.80
3969   Operating Transfers In–Other Agency 902 Transactions                                 1,480,168,280.04
3970   Revenue and Expenditure Adjustments Within an Agency, Fund, and Fiscal Year               (891,574.40)
3971   Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency Non-Operating for General, Budgeted        1,255,398,348.51
3972   Other Cash Transfers Between Funds or Accounts                                       1,407,384,705.74

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General Revenue Fund 0001 (continued)

3973    Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies              $      223,942,176.09
3975    Unexpended Cash Balance Forward                                                    3,882,015.00
3976    Earned Federal Funds Unexpended Cash Balance Forward                                 474,430.00
3982    Allocations from Federal Grants for O.A.S.I./Retirement/Benefits                   3,685,385.74
3983    Agency Unappropriated Receipts Swept by Comptroller                                   24,632.50
3986    Unexpended Balance Forward–Operating Transfers                                     2,293,074.61
3991    Residual Equity Cash Transfers In                                                      7,846.23
        Total Revenue                                                             $   52,777,051,555.30    $   52,777,051,555.30

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                $   50,798,616,677.13

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                               $   19,554,941,745.86
Salaries and Wages                                                                     6,096,995,516.22
Employee Benefits                                                                      3,071,256,495.86
Supplies and Materials                                                                   382,857,704.13
Other Expenditures                                                                       729,615,524.85
Public Assistance Payments                                                            18,609,229,596.72
Intergovernmental Payments                                                             1,869,739,026.26
Travel                                                                                    66,968,239.38
Professional Services and Fees                                                           820,314,736.71
Payment on Principal - Debt Service                                                       82,609,518.35
Payment of Interest                                                                       88,531,758.76
Capital Outlay                                                                           162,748,379.06
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                  101,013,201.03
Communication and Utilities                                                              333,803,035.12
Rentals and Leases                                                                       163,606,090.55
Claims and Judgments                                                                       6,851,066.32
Cost of Goods Sold                                                                        86,725,335.04
Printing and Reproduction                                                                 10,793,650.48
Investments                                                                                3,650,000.00
         Total Expenditures                                                       $   52,242,250,620.70    $   52,242,250,620.70

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                          $   (1,443,633,943.57)



Available School Fund 0002
Legal Citation: TEX. CONST. art. VIII, § 5; TEX. EDUC. CODE ANN. § 43.001
Date of Origin: 1891
Administering Agency: Texas Education Agency, Agency 701

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                        $      33,997,857.73

Code    Name                                                                          Object Totals

Revenue:
3340 Land Easements                                                               $          576,940.77
3341 Grazing Lease Rental                                                                  1,024,554.22
3350 Interest on Land Sales (Public School)                                                   23,007.56
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                        83.51
3824 Amortization of Premium/Discount–Miscellaneous Investments                            1,708,248.87
3826 Amortization of Premium/Discount–Corporate Obligations                                  661,978.23
3827 Amortization of Premium/Discount–United States Government Obligations                  (511,362.05)
3828 Dividend Income                                                                      16,458,488.95
3851 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)            2,414,516.10
3854 Interest–Other, General (Non-Program)                                                 2,246,226.77
3863 Interest on Investments, Obligations and Securities, Non-Operating Revenue           35,273,624.76
3901 Allocations from Fund 0001 to Funds 0002, 0006, 0057 – Motor Fuel Tax               744,823,133.39
3910 Allocation from Permanent Education Funds to Available Education Funds              825,059,655.53
3968 Other Cash Transfers Within Agency, Fund or Account and Fiscal Year                       1,725.11
3972 Other Cash Transfers Between Funds or Accounts                                        2,035,424.33
3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                          1,438,627.68
3986 Unexpended Balance Forward–Operating Transfers                                       53,883,407.23
      Total Revenue                                                               $    1,687,118,280.96    $    1,687,118,280.96

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                $    1,721,116,138.69

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Available School Fund 0002 (continued)

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                               $     405,887,829.10
Salaries and Wages                                                                          655,578.46
Employee Benefits                                                                           864,366.69
Supplies and Materials                                                                      (54,392.29)
Other Expenditures                                                                          153,993.62
Intergovernmental Payments                                                            1,299,494,804.00
Travel                                                                                        6,113.97
Professional Services and Fees                                                            6,267,153.13
Payment of Interest                                                                          32,249.10
Capital Outlay                                                                               73,790.31
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                     225,489.59
Communication and Utilities                                                                 235,350.94
Rentals and Leases                                                                           44,262.39
Printing and Reproduction                                                                     3,854.93
Investments                                                                               3,829,554.59
         Total Expenditures                                                       $   1,717,719,998.53    $   1,717,719,998.53

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                         $      3,396,140.16



State Textbook Fund 0003
Legal Citation: TEX. CONST. art. VII, § 3; TEX. EDUC. CODE ANN. § 31.021
Date of Origin: 1918
Administering Agency: Texas Education Agency, Agency 701

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                       $      7,554,145.59

Code    Name                                                                          Object Totals

Revenue:
3532 Sale of Textbooks                                                            $       2,029,448.65
3685 School Textbook Publisher or Manufacturer Penalty                                      210,221.23
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                      195.20
3851 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)             232,481.79
3955 Allocations from ASF 0002 to Textbook Fund 0003                                    349,014,682.04
3968 Other Cash Transfers Within Agency, Fund or Account and Fiscal Year                349,330,436.16
3986 Unexpended Balance Forward–Operating Transfers                                         605,427.75
      Total Revenue                                                               $     701,422,892.82    $    701,422,892.82

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                               $    708,977,038.41

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                               $     350,015,306.51
Salaries and Wages                                                                        1,197,877.93
Employee Benefits                                                                           269,205.99
Supplies and Materials                                                                       (5,351.50)
Other Expenditures                                                                        1,388,741.13
Intergovernmental Payments                                                              319,420,146.39
Travel                                                                                      102,947.60
Professional Services and Fees                                                              443,696.94
Payment of Interest                                                                           7,315.20
Capital Outlay                                                                               42,283.78
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                      42,970.15
Communication and Utilities                                                                  16,177.43
Rentals and Leases                                                                           89,721.44
Printing and Reproduction                                                                    12,709.47
         Total Expenditures                                                       $     673,043,748.46    $    673,043,748.46

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                         $     35,933,289.95




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GR Account–University of Texas Pan American Mineral 0004
Legal Citation: TEX. NAT. RES. CODE ANN. § 34.017
Date of Origin: 1969
Administering Agency: University of Texas–Pan American, Agency 736

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                                         $          294.71

Code   Name                                                                                          Object Totals

Revenue:
      Total Revenue                                                                              $                   0.00   $             0.00

       Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                                  $          294.71

Expenditures:
      Total Expenditures                                                                         $                   0.00   $             0.00

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                                           $          294.71



State Highway Fund 0006
Legal Citation: TEX. CONST. art. VIII, § 7-a; TEX. TRANSP. CODE ANN. §§ 222.001, 222.002, 222.072
Date of Origin: 1917
Administering Agency: Texas Department of Transportation, Agency 601; Texas Department of Public Safety, Agency 405

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                                         $   757,693,099.52

Code   Name                                                                                          Object Totals

Revenue:
3001 Federal Receipts Matched–Transportation Programs                                            $    2,776,411,282.83
3010 Motor Fuel Lubricants Sales Tax                                                                     31,735,000.00
3012 Motor Vehicle Certificates                                                                          23,506,591.36
3014 Motor Vehicle Registration Fees                                                                    845,783,922.71
3018 Special Vehicle Registrations                                                                       14,425,113.80
3022 Assigned Vehicle Identification Number Fees                                                              5,840.00
3025 Driver License Fees                                                                                        (66.00)
3027 Driver Record Information Fees                                                                              75.68
3035 Commercial Transportation Fees                                                                       8,705,011.71
3050 Abandoned Motor Vehicles                                                                                15,968.50
3053 Outdoor Signs on Rural Roads                                                                           241,665.29
3081 Equipment Lease to County Automated Registration and Title System                                      128,770.00
3315 Oil and Gas Lease Bonus                                                                                125,424.01
3316 Oil and Gas Lease Rental                                                                                 3,200.00
3321 Oil Royalties from Other State Lands (State Departments, Boards, Agencies)                             203,803.27
3326 Gas Royalties from Other State Lands (State Departments, Boards, Agencies)                           1,297,383.76
3330 Hard Mineral–Prospect and Lease                                                                          1,000.00
3335 Royalties–Other Hard Minerals                                                                              485.72
3340 Land Easements                                                                                          (2,466.00)
3349 Land Sales                                                                                           5,666,985.11
3554 Food and Drug Fees                                                                                         (34.00)
3628 Dormitory, Cafeteria and Merchandise Sales                                                              76,686.76
3701 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Other Programs                                                         20,948,621.01
3704 Court Costs                                                                                             29,261.29
3714 Judgments and Settlements                                                                              173,390.12
3719 Fees for Copies or Filing of Records                                                                 3,525,802.11
3722 Conference, Seminars, and Training Registration Fees                                                    63,051.88
3725 State Grants, Pass-Through Revenue, Non-Operating                                                      869,040.15
3727 Fees for Administrative Services                                                                     1,294,888.79
3728 Unemployment Taxes                                                                                          54.60
3731 Controlled Substance Reimbursement of Related Costs                                                  1,135,297.95
3738 Grants–Cities/Counties                                                                                 (24,385.54)
3740 Gifts/Grants/Donations–Non-Operating Revenue/Program Revenue                                            77,862.73
3744 Sale of Public Building Bonds                                                                           (1,072.00)
3746 Rental of Lands                                                                                        492,139.52

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State Highway Fund 0006 (continued)

3747    Rental–Other                                                                    $           8,068.83
3750    Sale of Furniture and Equipment                                                           790,105.46
3751    Sale of Buildings                                                                           2,100.00
3752    Sale of Publications/Advertising                                                        6,928,046.29
3754    Other Surplus or Salvage Property/Materials Sales                                          (6,749.87)
3763    Sale of Operating Supplies                                                                 46,610.62
3765    Interagency Sale of Supplies/Equipment/Services                                        18,348,148.34
3766    Supplies/Equipment/Services–Local Funds                                                    14,896.32
3767    Supplies/Equipment/Services–Federal/Other                                             147,862,662.63
3769    Forfeitures                                                                               171,561.00
3772    License Suspension Fee, Child Support Obligor                                                (558.94)
3773    Insurance and Damages                                                                   5,049,554.54
3775    Returned Check Fees                                                                         9,436.00
3777    Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                     332,482.77
3780    Repayment of Travel Advances                                                              100,000.00
3781    Repayment of Petty Cash Advances                                                           12,311.57
3782    Repayment of Loans, Political Subdivision                                              13,920,662.66
3795    Other Miscellaneous Governmental Revenue                                                  399,253.21
3802    Reimbursements–Third Party                                                              3,896,521.68
3806    Rental of Housing to State Employees                                                        3,315.60
3851    Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)             11,338,057.56
3854    Interest–Other, General (Non-Program)                                                     (83,674.37)
3901    Allocations from Fund 0001 to Funds 0002, 0006, 0057 – Motor Fuel Tax               2,130,041,609.53
3971    Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency Non-Operating for General, Budgeted          26,065,069.85
3973    Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                              266,222.38
        Total Revenue                                                                   $   6,102,431,310.78    $   6,102,431,310.78

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                     $   6,860,124,410.30

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                     $     107,276,206.46
Salaries and Wages                                                                            858,828,075.70
Employee Benefits                                                                             283,200,132.89
Supplies and Materials                                                                        203,053,082.13
Other Expenditures                                                                            157,327,915.54
Public Assistance Payments                                                                     66,394,568.34
Intergovernmental Payments                                                                    118,703,153.17
Travel                                                                                         10,039,031.26
Professional Services and Fees                                                                286,296,889.01
Payment of Interest                                                                               250,074.63
Highway Construction                                                                        3,492,941,281.03
Capital Outlay                                                                                119,907,852.58
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                       334,647,872.74
Communication and Utilities                                                                    46,663,791.79
Rentals and Leases                                                                             14,485,070.37
Claims and Judgments                                                                            2,377,453.59
Cost of Goods Sold                                                                                (46,388.70)
Printing and Reproduction                                                                      11,804,279.96
         Total Expenditures                                                             $   6,114,150,342.49    $   6,114,150,342.49

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                               $    745,974,067.81




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Capital Complex Area Fund 0007
Legal Citation: General Appropriations Act; TEX. GOV’T CODE ANN. ch. 403
Date of Origin: 1978
Administering Agency: Texas Building and Procurement Commission, Agency 303

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003	                                                                             $     159,530.20

Code	 Name                                                                                   Object Totals

Revenue:
3986	 Unexpended Balance Forward–Operating Transfers                                     $         159,530.20
      Total Revenue                                                                      $         159,530.20    $     159,530.20

       Total Revenue and Beginning Balance	                                                                      $     319,060.40

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                      $         167,326.70
Other Expenditures                                                                                   1,790.00
Capital Outlay                                                                                      56,439.19
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                             15,380.32
        Total Expenditures	                                                              $         240,936.21    $     240,936.21

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004	                                                                               $      78,124.19



GR Account–Game, Fish, and Water Safety 0009
Legal Citation: TEX. PARKS & WILD. CODE ANN. §§ 11.031, 11.032, 11.033, 11.034, 12.303
Date of Origin: 1979
Administering Agency: Parks and Wildlife Department, Agency 802

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003	                                                                             $   40,518,905.63

Code	 Name                                                                                   Object Totals

Revenue:
3111 Boat and Boat Motor Sales and Use Tax                                               $       2,474,118.58
3315 Oil and Gas Lease Bonus                                                                         1,600.00
3316 Oil and Gas Lease Rental                                                                        2,427.89
3319 Oil Royalties from Parks and Wildlife Lands                                                       866.38
3324 Gas Royalties from Parks and Wildlife Lands                                                    11,778.15
3340 Land Easements                                                                                 52,899.04
3341 Grazing Lease Rental                                                                          237,196.45
3344 Sand, Shell, Gravel, Timber Sales                                                             781,437.38
3430 Federal Receipts Matched–Parks and Wildlife                                                51,836,921.66
3433 Lake Texoma Fishing License Fees                                                              365,728.73
3434 Game, Fish and Equipment Fees–Non-Commercial                                               72,294,689.46
3435 Game, Fish and Equipment Fees–Commercial                                                    5,437,618.95
3437 Public Hunting/Fishing/Other Participation Fees                                             1,185,995.13
3445 Oyster Bed Location Rental                                                                     14,344.47
3446 Wildlife Value Recovery                                                                       361,305.94
3447 Sale of Confiscated Pelts, Marine Life, Vessels, Contraband                                    47,554.22
3448 Parks and Wildlife, Sale of Forfeited Property                                                  7,786.99
3449 Game and Fish, Water Safety, and Parks Violations                                           1,690,618.14
3450 Parks and Wildlife Money Penalty in Lieu of Suspension                                         30,125.00
3452 Wildlife Management Permits                                                                 2,058,306.94
3455 Vessel Registration Fees                                                                   13,755,495.61
3456 Vessel/Outboard Motor Title Certificate                                                     4,125,142.60
3461 State Park Fees                                                                               101,558.30
3462 Boater Education Exam Fees                                                                    (67,895.14)
3464 Floating Cabin Permit, Application, Renewal and Transfer                                       42,300.00
3468 Parks and Wildlife Publication Sales                                                        1,003,824.17
3469 Parks and Wildlife Publication Royalties and Commissions                                       71,394.32
3719 Fees for Copies or Filing of Records                                                           49,187.66
3722 Conference, Seminars, and Training Registration Fees                                          158,558.94
3725 State Grants, Pass-Through Revenue, Non-Operating                                             168,000.00

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GR Account–Game, Fish, and Water Safety 0009 (continued)

3740    Gifts/Grants/Donations–Non-Operating Revenue/Program Revenue                    $       671,967.96
3747    Rental–Other                                                                              4,613.76
3750    Sale of Furniture and Equipment                                                         110,175.98
3754    Other Surplus or Salvage Property/Materials Sales                                       123,619.58
3755    Commemorative Sales/Gift Shop and Museum Revenues                                       189,676.97
3765    Interagency Sale of Supplies/Equipment/Services                                       1,505,158.73
3766    Supplies/Equipment/Services–Local Funds                                                  19,297.70
3767    Supplies/Equipment/Services–Federal/Other                                                 6,395.56
3773    Insurance and Damages                                                                   441,550.25
3777    Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                    11,469.94
3781    Repayment of Petty Cash Advances                                                            757.90
3788    Default Deposit Adjustments–Suspense                                                        449.42
3789    Returned Checks–Default Fund                                                               (511.23)
3795    Other Miscellaneous Governmental Revenue                                                (12,682.43)
3802    Reimbursements–Third Party                                                              379,038.78
3806    Rental of Housing to State Employees                                                     56,218.50
3839    Sale of Vehicles, Boats, and Aircraft                                                    20,417.54
3851    Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)              700,084.42
3854    Interest–Other, General (Non-Program)                                                       798.50
3879    Credit Card and Related Fees                                                             73,298.16
3968    Other Cash Transfers Within Agency, Fund or Account and Fiscal Year                      75,000.00
3971    Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency Non-Operating for General, Budgeted           238,627.09
3973    Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                    $         1,934.38
        Total Revenue                                                                   $   162,918,243.42    $   162,918,243.42

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                   $   203,437,149.05

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                     $     6,604,094.03
Salaries and Wages                                                                           69,130,984.28
Employee Benefits                                                                            19,734,625.92
Supplies and Materials                                                                        6,110,868.51
Other Expenditures                                                                           13,902,097.15
Public Assistance Payments                                                                    4,894,033.36
Intergovernmental Payments                                                                   18,914,299.55
Travel                                                                                        1,738,690.26
Professional Services and Fees                                                                  681,355.38
Payment of Interest                                                                              14,698.66
Capital Outlay                                                                                9,179,567.94
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                       2,631,792.24
Communication and Utilities                                                                   2,270,930.94
Rentals and Leases                                                                            2,625,502.89
Claims and Judgments                                                                             66,641.93
Cost of Goods Sold                                                                               96,665.88
Printing and Reproduction                                                                       784,539.73
         Total Expenditures                                                             $   159,381,388.65    $   159,381,388.65

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                             $    44,055,760.40




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Available University Fund 0011
Legal Citation: TEX. CONST. art. VII, §§ 11, 11a, 18; TEX. EDUC. CODE ANN. §§ 66.02, 66.03, 51.002
Date of Origin: 1925
Administering Agency: University of Texas System, Agency 720

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                                      $   142,236,501.10

Code    Name                                                                                         Object Totals

Revenue:
3301 Land Office Fees                                                                          $           121,695.00
3315 Oil and Gas Lease Bonus                                                                                 1,500.00
3340 Land Easements                                                                                      3,572,411.85
3341 Grazing Lease Rental                                                                                3,156,844.61
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                                  11,667.75
3851 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)                          3,034,979.25
3854 Interest–Other, General (Non-Program)                                                                 719,361.97
3855 Interest on Investments, Obligations and Securities–General (Non-Program)                         348,033,578.00
3968 Other Cash Transfers Within Agency, Fund or Account and Fiscal Year                                 2,463,331.11
3972 Other Cash Transfers Between Funds or Accounts                                                    129,811,825.37
3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                                      107,494,728.69
      Total Revenue                                                                            $       598,421,923.60    $   598,421,923.60

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                              $   740,658,424.70

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                            $       490,705,909.60
Salaries and Wages                                                                                      77,565,769.00
Employee Benefits                                                                                       11,930,948.23
Supplies and Materials                                                                                   3,259,680.82
Other Expenditures                                                                                      13,639,393.64
Public Assistance Payments                                                                              16,860,305.87
Travel                                                                                                     856,246.63
Professional Services and Fees                                                                           1,655,924.62
Payment of Interest                                                                                         10,336.09
Capital Outlay                                                                                           5,149,786.07
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                                  2,338,090.25
Communication and Utilities                                                                              2,761,532.43
Rentals and Leases                                                                                       1,501,216.42
Printing and Reproduction                                                                                  831,188.23
         Total Expenditures                                                                    $       629,066,327.90    $   629,066,327.90

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                                        $   111,592,096.80



GR Account–Vital Statistics 0019
Legal Citation: TEX. HEALTH & SAFETY CODE ANN. § 191.005
Date of Origin: 1927
Administering Agency: Texas Department of Health, Agency 501

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                                      $     8,145,267.52

Code    Name                                                                                         Object Totals

Revenue:
3579 Vital Statistics Certification and Service Fees                                           $          4,562,940.87
3624 Adoption Registry Fees                                                                                  84,923.99
3765 Interagency Sale of Supplies/Equipment/Services                                                          3,526.00
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                                    9,416.30
      Total Revenue                                                                            $          4,660,807.16   $     4,660,807.16

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                              $    12,806,074.68




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                                                    128
GR Account–Vital Statistics 0019 (continued)

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                           $          907,000.33
Salaries and Wages                                                                                     1,682,411.03
Employee Benefits                                                                                        257,424.98
Supplies and Materials                                                                                   107,652.82
Other Expenditures                                                                                       113,436.36
Travel                                                                                                     7,896.84
Professional Services and Fees                                                                             1,162.56
Capital Outlay                                                                                           166,107.50
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                                      213.06
Communication and Utilities                                                                                4,951.97
Printing and Reproduction                                                                                     14.06
         Total Expenditures                                                                   $        3,248,271.51   $    3,248,271.51

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                                     $    9,557,803.17



Proportional Registration Distributive Trust Fund 0021
Legal Citation: TEX. TRANSP. CODE ANN. § 502.054
Date of Origin: 1980
Administering Agency: Texas Department of Transportation, Agency 601

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                                   $    2,585,030.38

Code    Name                                                                                      Object Totals

Revenue:
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                    $             182.48
3790 Deposit to Trust or Suspense                                                                    28,029,380.13
      Total Revenue                                                                           $      28,029,562.61    $   28,029,562.61

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                           $   30,614,592.99

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                           $      28,436,642.56
        Total Expenditures                                                                    $      28,436,642.56    $   28,436,642.56

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                                     $    2,177,950.43



GR Account–Coastal Protection 0027
Legal Citation: TEX. NAT. RES. CODE ANN. § 40.151
Date of Origin: 1991
Administering Agency: General Land Office, Agency 305; Comptroller–State Fiscal, Agency 902

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                                   $   37,829,988.49

Code    Name                                                                                      Object Totals

Revenue:
3377 Discharge Prevention and Response Certification Fee                                      $            5,400.00
3378 Coastal Protection Fee                                                                            4,230,602.88
3379 Oil Spill Prevention and Response Act Violations                                                    164,750.00
3802 Reimbursements–Third Party                                                                          362,868.59
3851 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)                          480,677.78
3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                                      3,660,000.00
      Total Revenue                                                                           $        8,904,299.25   $    8,904,299.25

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                           $   46,734,287.74




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GR Account–Coastal Protection 0027 (continued)

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                 $       4,589,797.51
Salaries and Wages                                                          7,407,288.93
Employee Benefits                                                           2,618,253.74
Supplies and Materials                                                        370,528.34
Other Expenditures                                                            342,269.28
Intergovernmental Payments                                                    507,118.07
Travel                                                                        160,305.48
Professional Services and Fees                                              7,288,643.18
Payment of Interest                                                             7,511.28
Capital Outlay                                                                484,975.00
Repairs and Maintenance                                                       355,754.99
Communication and Utilities                                                   147,233.76
Rentals and Leases                                                            310,642.18
Claims and Judgments                                                            4,141.67
Printing and Reproduction                                                      27,662.47
         Total Expenditures                                         $      24,622,125.88   $    24,622,125.88

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                          $    22,112,161.86



GR Account–Appraiser Registry 0028
Legal Citation: TEX. REV. CIV. STAT. ANN. art. 6573a
Date of Origin: 1991
Administering Agency: Texas Real Estate Commission, Agency 329

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                        $       17,525.00

Code	 Name                                                              Object Totals

Revenue:
3175	 Professional Fees                                            $          119,275.00
      Total Revenue                                                $          119,275.00   $      119,275.00

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                $      136,800.00

Expenditures:
Other Expenditures                                                 $          110,675.00
        Total Expenditures                                         $          110,675.00   $      110,675.00

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                          $       26,125.00



GR Account–Texas Department of Insurance
 Operating 0036
Legal Citation: TEX. INS. CODE ANN. art. 1.31A
Date of Origin: 1983
Administering Agency: Texas Department of Insurance, Agency 454

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                        $	   59,303,908.92

Code	 Name                                                              Object Totals

Revenue:
3149 Amusement Ride Inspection                                     $           66,825.00
3175 Professional Fees                                                      2,021,415.00
3206 Insurance Companies Fees                                                 304,761.07
3210 Insurance Agents Licenses                                             11,863,305.25
3213 Catastrophe Property Insurance Pool Fees                                   7,882.00
3215 Insurance Department Fees–Miscellaneous                                2,143,124.90
3216 Insurance Department Examination and Audit Fees                       15,049,216.33
3701 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Other Programs                               88,049.15
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GR Account–Texas Department of Insurance Operating 0036 (continued)

3719    Fees for Copies or Filing of Records                                            $          59,308.70
3722    Conference, Seminars, and Training Registration Fees                                        2,640.00
3740    Gifts/Grants/Donations–Non-Operating Revenue/Program Revenue                                1,208.11
3752    Sale of Publications/Advertising                                                           52,764.60
3765    Interagency Sale of Supplies/Equipment/Services                                             1,826.32
3777    Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                       7,737.17
3782    Repayment of Loans, Political Subdivision                                                 244,603.76
3795    Other Miscellaneous Governmental Revenue                                                    3,841.28
3799    Local Account Balances Brought into Treasury                                            1,000,000.00
3802    Reimbursements–Third Party                                                              1,453,660.03
3854    Interest–Other, General (Non-Program)                                                      49,981.00
3969    Operating Transfers In–Other Agency 902 Transactions                                   40,894,271.01
3971    Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency Non-Operating for General, Budgeted              58,851.00
3973    Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                            4,005,008.00
3980    Operating Account Transfers                                                             2,618,252.38
        Total Revenue                                                                   $      81,998,532.06   $    81,998,532.06

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                    $   141,302,440.98

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                     $      12,444,300.50
Salaries and Wages                                                                             46,585,020.45
Employee Benefits                                                                              12,828,062.58
Supplies and Materials                                                                            920,499.76
Other Expenditures                                                                              3,387,774.85
Public Assistance Payments                                                                      1,036,827.00
Intergovernmental Payments                                                                        840,869.59
Travel                                                                                          1,524,363.68
Professional Services and Fees                                                                    342,921.51
Payment of Interest                                                                                   141.07
Capital Outlay                                                                                  1,495,588.29
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                           824,213.76
Communication and Utilities                                                                     1,428,289.50
Rentals and Leases                                                                                672,028.14
Claims and Judgments                                                                                5,933.07
Printing and Reproduction                                                                          63,883.81
         Total Expenditures                                                             $      84,400,717.56   $    84,400,717.56

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                              $    56,901,723.42



GR Account–Federal Child Welfare Service 0037
Legal Citation: TEX. FAM. CODE ANN. § 264.008
Date of Origin: 1945
Administering Agency: Department of Family and Protective Services, Agency 530

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                            $             0.00

Code    Name                                                                                Object Totals

Revenue:
3600 Federal Receipts Matched–Welfare/MHMR Programs                                     $     275,465,803.78
3601 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Welfare/MHMR Programs                                         3,859,040.96
3621 Child Support Collections–Federal                                                            522,037.49
3971 Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency Non-Operating for General, Budgeted            351,132,222.66
      Total Revenue                                                                     $     630,979,104.89   $   630,979,104.89

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                    $   630,979,104.89

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                     $     630,979,104.89
        Total Expenditures                                                              $     630,979,104.89   $   630,979,104.89

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                              $             0.00



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Permanent School Fund 0044
Legal Citation: TEX. CONST. art. VII, § 5; TEX. NAT. RES. CODE ANN. §§ 51.401, 52.297
Date of Origin: 1876
Administering Agency: Texas Education Agency, Agency 701

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                            $    422,596,217.07

Code    Name                                                                                Object Totals

Revenue:
3315 Oil and Gas Lease Bonus                                                            $      36,576,645.96
3316 Oil and Gas Lease Rental                                                                   3,378,552.87
3320 Oil Royalties from Lands Owned by Educational Institutions                                33,012,097.43
3325 Gas Royalties from Lands Owned by Educational Institutions                               147,347,151.77
3327 Outer Continental Shelf Settlement Monies                                                  9,617,915.23
3328 Surface Damages (Permanent School Fund Land)                                                 631,037.12
3330 Hard Mineral–Prospect and Lease                                                               69,661.44
3334 Royalties–Coal and Lignite                                                                       875.60
3335 Royalties–Other Hard Minerals                                                                 65,207.87
3340 Land Easements                                                                             2,029,141.38
3341 Grazing Lease Rental                                                                       2,545,585.74
3344 Sand, Shell, Gravel, Timber Sales                                                            582,794.54
3349 Land Sales                                                                                50,125,166.28
3350 Interest on Land Sales (Public School)                                                       178,608.06
3740 Gifts/Grants/Donations–Non-Operating Revenue/Program Revenue                               9,564,913.00
3765 Interagency Sale of Supplies/Equipment/Services                                           15,439,594.48
3802 Reimbursements–Third Party                                                                    15,500.00
3811 Sale of Miscellaneous Short-Term Investments and Short-Term Investment Funds           2,612,000,000.00
3828 Dividend Income                                                                          214,973,878.36
3851 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)                 4,661,821.81
3854 Interest–Other, General (Non-Program)                                                      5,881,664.69
3861 Gain on Sale of Investments, Obligations, Securities                                       6,064,389.83
3863 Interest on Investments, Obligations and Securities, Non-Operating Revenue               422,279,332.84
3864 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, Non-Operating Revenue                 3,009,026.02
3972 Other Cash Transfers Between Funds or Accounts                                             1,838,248.84
3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                             146,904,333.81
      Total Revenue                                                                     $   3,728,793,144.97   $   3,728,793,144.97

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                    $   4,151,389,362.04

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                     $     976,677,242.02
Salaries and Wages                                                                              7,789,810.12
Employee Benefits                                                                               1,868,213.52
Supplies and Materials                                                                             80,421.66
Other Expenditures                                                                                451,331.79
Travel                                                                                            191,780.36
Professional Services and Fees                                                                  3,638,260.09
Payment of Interest                                                                                 7,481.08
Capital Outlay                                                                                 58,831,786.09
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                           143,014.64
Communication and Utilities                                                                       507,927.99
Rentals and Leases                                                                                133,758.76
Printing and Reproduction                                                                          75,348.13
Investments                                                                                 2,576,590,753.10
         Total Expenditures                                                             $   3,626,987,129.35   $   3,626,987,129.35

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                              $    524,402,232.69




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Permanent University Fund 0045
Legal Citation: TEX. CONST. art. VII, §§ 10, 11, 11a, 15, 18; TEX. EDUC. CODE ANN. § 66.01
Date of Origin: 1876
Administering Agency: University of Texas System, Agency 720

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                                        $      452,043.31

Code    Name                                                                                        Object Totals

Revenue:
3315 Oil and Gas Lease Bonus                                                                    $         40,462,404.16
3316 Oil and Gas Lease Rental                                                                              2,267,489.81
3320 Oil Royalties from Lands Owned by Educational Institutions                                           59,227,283.54
3325 Gas Royalties from Lands Owned by Educational Institutions                                           43,844,874.83
3337 Brine and Water Receipts                                                                                624,906.33
3344 Sand, Shell, Gravel, Timber Sales                                                                       239,217.12
3788 Default Deposit Adjustments–Suspense                                                                    (60,228.24)
3851 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)                               49,717.79
3855 Interest on Investments, Obligations and Securities–General (Non-Program)                                60,228.24
      Total Revenue                                                                             $        146,715,893.58    $   146,715,893.58

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                                $   147,167,936.89

Expenditures:
Investments                                                                                     $        146,649,300.66
       Total Expenditures                                                                       $        146,649,300.66    $   146,649,300.66

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                                          $      518,636.23



Texas A&M University Available Fund 0047
Legal Citation: TEX. CONST. art. VII, §§ 11, 11a, 13, 18; TEX. EDUC. CODE ANN. §§ 51.002, 66.02, 66.03
Date of Origin: 1931
Administering Agency: Texas A&M University System, Agency 710

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                                        $   131,439,436.87

Code    Name                                                                                        Object Totals

Revenue:
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                      $                 12.50
3851 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)                            2,284,303.49
3852 Interest on Local Deposits–State Agencies                                                                 3,525.44
3910 Allocation from Permanent Education Funds to Available Education Funds                               87,008,394.00
3972 Other Cash Transfers Between Funds or Accounts                                                       31,466,129.11
3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                                         82,460,767.94
3980 Operating Account Transfers                                                                         132,633,853.10
3986 Unexpended Balance Forward–Operating Transfers                                                       31,686,111.53
      Total Revenue                                                                             $        367,543,097.11    $   367,543,097.11

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                                $   498,982,533.98

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                             $        263,375,456.53
Salaries and Wages                                                                                        38,438,678.18
Employee Benefits                                                                                          5,416,171.01
Supplies and Materials                                                                                     2,257,584.76
Other Expenditures                                                                                         5,942,008.76
Public Assistance Payments                                                                                 2,543,455.87
Intergovernmental Payments                                                                                 2,579,011.77
Travel                                                                                                       522,807.15
Professional Services and Fees                                                                               692,899.30
Payment on Principal - Debt Service                                                                          142,880.00
Payment of Interest                                                                                        1,029,870.72


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Texas A&M University Available Fund 0047 (continued)

Capital Outlay                                                                   $       1,217,938.87
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                  1,171,681.11
Communication and Utilities                                                              7,976,764.16
Rentals and Leases                                                                         963,459.53
Printing and Reproduction                                                                  146,519.01
         Total Expenditures                                                      $     334,417,186.73    $   334,417,186.73

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                        $   164,565,347.25



County and Road District Highway Fund 0057
Legal Citation: TEX. CONST. art. VIII, § 7a; TEX. TRANSP. CODE ANN. § 256.002;
 TEX. TAX CODE ANN. § 153.503
Date of Origin: 1932
Administering Agency: Comptroller–State Fiscal, Agency 902

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                      $      229,118.53

Code   Name                                                                          Object Totals

Revenue:
3901 Allocations from Fund 0001 to 0002, 0006, 0057 – Motor Fuel Tax             $        7,300,000.00
      Total Revenue                                                              $        7,300,000.00   $     7,300,000.00

       Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                               $     7,529,118.53

Expenditures:
Intergovernmental Payments                                                       $        7,300,000.00
        Total Expenditures                                                       $        7,300,000.00   $     7,300,000.00

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                        $      229,118.53



GR Account–State Parks 0064
Legal Citation: TEX. PARKS & WILD. CODE ANN. § 11.035
Date of Origin: 1931
Administering Agency: Parks and Wildlife Department, Agency 802

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                      $    15,853,013.65

Code   Name                                                                          Object Totals

Revenue:
3315 Oil and Gas Lease Bonus                                                     $         575,983.46
3319 Oil Royalties from Parks and Wildlife Lands                                           113,118.81
3324 Gas Royalties from Parks and Wildlife Lands                                            94,576.87
3340 Land Easements                                                                         80,347.30
3341 Grazing Lease Rental                                                                   14,019.69
3349 Land Sales                                                                            229,312.67
3430 Federal Receipts Matched–Parks and Wildlife                                         2,224,653.75
3449 Game and Fish, Water Safety, and Parks Violations                                      33,626.18
3461 State Park Fees                                                                    30,335,928.18
3468 Parks and Wildlife Publication Sales                                                  924,255.38
3469 Parks and Wildlife Publication Royalties and Commissions                               17,750.20
3714 Judgments and Settlements                                                                 157.50
3719 Fees for Copies or Filing of Records                                                    1,830.05
3722 Conference, Seminars, and Training Registration Fees                                   26,000.00
3740 Gifts/Grants/Donations–Non-Operating Revenue/Program Revenue                        1,455,058.15
3747 Rental–Other                                                                            2,160.23
3750 Sale of Furniture and Equipment                                                       (33,523.70)
3754 Other Surplus or Salvage Property/Materials Sales                                    (183,868.67)
3765 Interagency Sale of Supplies/Equipment/Services                                       852,999.50
3766 Supplies/Equipment/Services–Local Funds                                                   468.79
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GR Account–State Parks 0064 (continued)

3767    Supplies/Equipment/Services–Federal/Other                                       $          24,977.36
3773    Insurance and Damages                                                                     124,169.73
3777    Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                      12,790.17
3781    Repayment of Petty Cash Advances                                                            4,775.44
3790    Deposit to Trust or Suspense                                                                   61.00
3795    Other Miscellaneous Governmental Revenue                                                   (5,000.00)
3802    Reimbursements–Third Party                                                                 76,149.51
3806    Rental of Housing to State Employees                                                      146,927.60
3851    Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)                146,751.51
3854    Interest–Other, General (Non-Program)                                                       1,035.96
3924    Allocations from Fund 0001 (Sporting Goods Tax) to GR Accounts (P&W)                   16,000,000.00
3968    Other Cash Transfers Within Agency, Fund or Account and Fiscal Year                     3,685,903.61
3971    Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency Non-Operating for General, Budgeted           1,437,056.35
3972    Other Cash Transfers Between Funds or Accounts                                          2,458,453.88
3973    Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                               24,047.57
3986    Unexpended Balance Forward–Operating Transfers                                           (163,156.20)
        Total Revenue                                                                   $      60,739,797.83    $   60,739,797.83

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                     $   76,592,811.48

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                     $       9,312,014.09
Salaries and Wages                                                                             23,794,201.04
Employee Benefits                                                                               7,050,823.05
Supplies and Materials                                                                          2,341,008.70
Other Expenditures                                                                              1,910,183.47
Intergovernmental Payments                                                                      3,168,170.09
Travel                                                                                            269,203.32
Professional Services and Fees                                                                    160,316.26
Payment of Interest                                                                                 4,525.57
Capital Outlay                                                                                  6,837,907.18
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                         1,272,611.14
Communication and Utilities                                                                     3,848,975.23
Rentals and Leases                                                                                330,925.45
Claims and Judgments                                                                               37,646.58
Cost of Goods Sold                                                                              1,326,092.53
Printing and Reproduction                                                                         981,348.89
         Total Expenditures                                                             $      62,645,952.59    $   62,645,952.59

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                               $   13,946,858.89



GR Account–Texas Highway Beautification 0071
Legal Citation: TEX. TRANSP. CODE ANN. ch. 391
Date of Origin: 1971
Administering Agency: Texas Department of Transportation, Agency 601

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                             $     287,263.98

Code    Name                                                                                Object Totals

Revenue:
3052 Highway Beautification Fees                                                        $         613,774.75
3752 Sale of Publications/Advertising                                                               1,601.00
      Total Revenue                                                                     $         615,375.75    $     615,375.75

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                     $     902,639.73




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GR Account–Texas Highway Beautification 0071 (continued)

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                               $           3,880.50
Salaries and Wages                                                                          510,312.89
Employee Benefits                                                                           208,845.71
Supplies and Materials                                                                          195.82
Other Expenditures                                                                            7,214.00
Travel                                                                                        4,550.18
Professional Services and Fees                                                                1,242.00
Payment of Interest                                                                               1.15
Communication and Utilities                                                                  24,656.02
         Total Expenditures                                                       $         760,898.27    $    760,898.27

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                         $    141,741.46



GR Account–Low-level Radioactive Waste 0088
Legal Citation: TEX. HEALTH & SAFETY CODE ANN. § 402.249
Date of Origin: 1991
Administering Agency: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Agency 582

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                       $    434,709.57

Code    Name                                                                          Object Totals

Revenue:
3589 Radioactive Materials and Devices for Equipment Regulation                   $          500,000.00
3590 Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Fees                                             7,500,000.00
3851 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)               35,261.73
3968 Other Cash Transfers Within Agency, Fund or Account and Fiscal Year                     443,917.36
3986 Unexpended Balance Forward–Operating Transfers                                          399,238.38
      Total Revenue                                                               $        8,878,417.47   $   8,878,417.47

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                               $   9,313,127.04

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                               $          867,657.61
Salaries and Wages                                                                           202,543.15
Employee Benefits                                                                             51,810.27
Supplies and Materials                                                                           218.00
Other Expenditures                                                                             8,560.28
Travel                                                                                        14,850.23
Professional Services and Fees                                                                   120.00
Payment of Interest                                                                               79.56
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                          972.00
         Total Expenditures                                                       $        1,146,811.10   $   1,146,811.10

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                         $   8,166,315.94




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GR Account–Federal Disaster 0092
Legal Citation: 42 U.S.C. § 5121 Et. Seq.
Date of Origin: 1957
Administering Agency: Texas Department of Public Safety, Agency 405

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                           $     2,163,014.01

Code   Name                                                               Object Totals

Revenue:
3701 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Other Programs                      $     120,787,774.81
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                        1,711.95
3974 Federal Funds Unexpended Cash Balance Forward                              (96,417.16)
      Total Revenue                                                   $     120,693,069.60    $   120,693,069.60

       Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                    $   122,856,083.61

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                   $      13,743,993.13
Public Assistance Payments                                                   25,236,680.07
Intergovernmental Payments                                                   81,306,048.10
Repairs and Maintenance                                                         125,630.31
        Total Expenditures                                            $     120,412,351.61    $   120,412,351.61

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                             $     2,443,732.00



GR Account–Texas A&M University Mineral
 Investment 0095
Legal Citation: TEX. EDUC. CODE ANN. § 85.70(a)
Date of Origin: 1937
Administering Agency: Texas A&M University System, Agency 710

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                           $      923,264.36

Code   Name                                                               Object Totals

Revenue:
3315 Oil and Gas Lease Bonus                                          $           17,549.10
3316 Oil and Gas Lease Rental                                                      4,695.70
3320 Oil Royalties from Lands Owned by Educational Institutions                  266,638.27
3325 Gas Royalties from Lands Owned by Educational Institutions                2,122,527.78
3854 Interest–Other, General (Non-Program)                                         4,677.47
3980 Operating Account Transfers                                               1,846,528.72
      Total Revenue                                                   $        4,262,617.04   $     4,262,617.04

       Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                    $     5,185,881.40

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                   $        1,846,528.72
Investments                                                                    3,225,000.00
        Total Expenditures                                            $        5,071,528.72   $     5,071,528.72

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                             $      114,352.68




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GR Account–Texas A&M University Mineral Income 0096�
Legal Citation: TEX. EDUC. CODE ANN. § 85.70(b)

Date of Origin: 1937

Administering Agency: Texas A&M University System, Agency 710


Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                          $     515,707.92

Code    Name                                                                             Object Totals

Revenue:
3811 Sale of Miscellaneous Short-Term Investments and Short-Term Investment Funds    $        1,800,000.00
3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                                 1,106.37
3980 Operating Account Transfers                                                                 83,427.47
      Total Revenue                                                                  $        1,884,533.84   $    1,884,533.84

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                  $    2,400,241.76

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                  $          110,123.87
Salaries and Wages                                                                              862,116.12
Employee Benefits                                                                               102,501.24
Supplies and Materials                                                                            4,517.95
Other Expenditures                                                                              192,223.69
Travel                                                                                            8,668.30
Professional Services and Fees                                                                   57,824.74
Payment on Principal - Debt Service                                                             155,000.00
Payment of Interest                                                                             148,364.65
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                          21,306.63
Communication and Utilities                                                                     108,837.13
Rentals and Leases                                                                                3,184.67
Printing and Reproduction                                                                           439.44
         Total Expenditures                                                          $        1,775,108.43   $    1,775,108.43

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                            $     625,133.33



GR Account–Operators and Chauffeurs License 0099
Legal Citation: TEX. LOC. GOV’T CODE ANN. § 133.102
Date of Origin: 1935
Administering Agency: Texas Department of Public Safety, Agency 405

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                          $    3,308,940.72

Code    Name                                                                             Object Totals

Revenue:
3701 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Other Programs                                     $       8,349,767.03
3704 Court Costs                                                                            22,274,076.51
3719 Fees for Copies or Filing of Records                                                          130.00
3722 Conference, Seminars, and Training Registration Fees                                      112,450.62
3725 State Grants, Pass-Through Revenue, Non-Operating                                        (106,649.66)
3731 Controlled Substance Reimbursement of Related Costs                                          (175.31)
3765 Interagency Sale of Supplies/Equipment/Services                                             2,690.60
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                       5,904.56
3802 Reimbursements–Third Party                                                                  5,091.84
3971 Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency Non-Operating for General, Budgeted             393,230.87
3974 Federal Funds Unexpended Cash Balance Forward                                              96,417.16
      Total Revenue                                                                  $      31,132,934.22    $   31,132,934.22

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                  $   34,441,874.94




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GR Account–Operators and Chauffeurs License 0099 (continued)

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                               $         439,459.59
Salaries and Wages                                                                        4,056,903.59
Employee Benefits                                                                         2,724,772.13
Supplies and Materials                                                                     (177,385.64)
Other Expenditures                                                                        1,710,986.89
Public Assistance Payments                                                                  953,534.95
Intergovernmental Payments                                                                  923,072.84
Travel                                                                                      217,276.61
Professional Services and Fees                                                               88,652.50
Payment of Interest                                                                           1,460.92
Capital Outlay                                                                              555,520.38
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                    (104,538.50)
Communication and Utilities                                                                 188,643.26
Rentals and Leases                                                                          117,492.15
Claims and Judgments                                                                            902.63
Printing and Reproduction                                                                     3,284.42
         Total Expenditures                                                       $      11,700,038.72    $   11,700,038.72

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                         $   22,741,836.22



GR Account–Alternative Fuels Research and Education 0101
Legal Citation: TEX. NAT. RES. CODE ANN. § 113.243
Date of Origin: 1991
Administering Agency: Railroad Commission of Texas, Agency 455

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                       $     525,398.00

Code    Name                                                                          Object Totals

Revenue:
3034 LPG Delivery Fees                                                            $        2,112,983.74
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                     1,499.49
3851 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)                7,997.01
      Total Revenue                                                               $        2,122,480.24   $    2,122,480.24

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                               $    2,647,878.24

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                               $           30,874.82
Salaries and Wages                                                                           588,132.83
Employee Benefits                                                                            157,675.18
Supplies and Materials                                                                        37,293.81
Other Expenditures                                                                         1,215,902.17
Travel                                                                                        29,237.63
Professional Services and Fees                                                                   880.10
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                       28,096.67
Communication and Utilities                                                                   13,771.07
Rentals and Leases                                                                            50,174.53
Printing and Reproduction                                                                     55,966.80
         Total Expenditures                                                       $        2,208,005.61   $    2,208,005.61

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                         $     439,872.63




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GR Account–Air Control Board 0102
Legal Citation: TEX. REV. CIV. STAT. ANN. art. 4477-5, § 2.12
Date of Origin: 1965
Administering Agency: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Agency 582

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                                        $   1,871,912.32

Code    Name                                                                                         Object Totals

Revenue:
3700 Federal Receipts Matched–Other Programs                                                     $         5,683,547.00
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                                     1,044.13
      Total Revenue                                                                              $         5,684,591.13    $   5,684,591.13

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                                $   7,556,503.45

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                              $           243,855.00
Salaries and Wages                                                                                         2,626,354.59
Employee Benefits                                                                                            415,466.08
Supplies and Materials                                                                                       128,514.19
Other Expenditures                                                                                           313,179.65
Intergovernmental Payments                                                                                 1,140,820.65
Travel                                                                                                        72,960.36
Professional Services and Fees                                                                               280,971.20
Payment of Interest                                                                                              (37.88)
Capital Outlay                                                                                                73,165.42
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                                       41,585.16
Communication and Utilities                                                                                   44,524.58
Rentals and Leases                                                                                            16,302.26
Printing and Reproduction                                                                                      7,220.23
         Total Expenditures                                                                      $         5,404,881.49    $   5,404,881.49

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                                          $   2,151,621.96



GR Account–Scholarship Fund for Fifth Year Accounting
 Students 0106
Legal Citation: TEX. OCC. CODE ANN. § 901.155
Date of Origin: 1991
Administering Agency: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Agency 781; Texas State Board of Public
 Accountancy, Agency 457

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                                        $   2,199,933.87

Code    Name                                                                                         Object Totals

Revenue:
3175 Professional Fees                                                                           $           597,650.10
3725 State Grants, Pass-Through Revenue, Non-Operating                                                       294,595.80
3842 State Grants, Pass-Through Revenue, Operating                                                           161,873.40
3851 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)                               33,511.01
3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                                            554,167.85
3986 Unexpended Balance Forward–Operating Transfers                                                        1,834,845.06
      Total Revenue                                                                              $         3,476,643.22    $   3,476,643.22

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                                $   5,676,577.09




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GR Account–Scholarship Fund for Fifth Year Accounting Students 0106 (continued)

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                   $        2,845,482.11
Public Assistance Payments                                                                       530,606.40
        Total Expenditures                                                            $        3,376,088.51      $    3,376,088.51

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                                $    2,300,488.58



GR Account–Comprehensive Rehabilitation 0107
Legal Citation: TEX. HUM. RES. CODE ANN. § 111.060; TEX. LOC. GOV’T CODE ANN. § 133.102
Date of Origin: 1991
Administering Agency: Texas Rehabilitation Commission, Agency 330

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                              $    1,542,351.09

Code    Name                                                                              Object Totals

Revenue:
3713 Fees from Misdemeanor or Felony Cases                                            $      10,675,845.40
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                           18.00
3972 Other Cash Transfers Between Funds or Accounts                                              (5,000.00)
      Total Revenue                                                                   $      10,670,863.40       $   10,670,863.40

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                      $   12,213,214.49

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                   $               36.00
Supplies and Materials                                                                           116,950.04
Other Expenditures                                                                               138,885.00
Public Assistance Payments                                                                     7,380,800.09
Professional Services and Fees                                                                   114,131.00
        Total Expenditures                                                            $        7,750,802.13      $    7,750,802.13

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                                $    4,462,412.36



GR Account–Private Beauty Culture School Tuition
 Protection 0108
Legal Citation: TEX. OCC. CODE ANN. § 1602.464
Date of Origin: 1991
Administering Agency: Cosmetology Commission, Agency 505

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                              $     164,711.23

Code    Name                                                                              Object Totals

Revenue:
      Total Revenue
                                                                  $                   0.00   $            0.00

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance
                                                                     $     164,711.23

Expenditures:
      Total Expenditures                                                              $                   0.00   $            0.00

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                                $     164,711.23




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GR Account–Law Enforcement Officer Standards and
 Education 0116
Legal Citation: TEX. OCC. CODE ANN. § 1701.156; TEX. LOC. GOV’T CODE ANN. § 133.102
Date of Origin: 1977
Administering Agency: Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Education, Agency 407

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                                $    8,819,844.89

Code    Name                                                                                  Object Totals

Revenue:
3175 Professional Fees                                                                    $          76,500.00
3712 Fees from Criminal Offenses                                                                 10,034,372.69
3719 Fees for Copies or Filing of Records                                                           192,457.00
3725 State Grants, Pass-Through Revenue, Non-Operating                                               51,959.09
3752 Sale of Publications/Advertising                                                                 3,660.00
3765 Interagency Sale of Supplies/Equipment/Services                                                    425.00
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                            7,010.27
3802 Reimbursements–Third Party                                                                      77,566.00
      Total Revenue                                                                       $      10,443,950.05     $   10,443,950.05

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                        $   19,263,794.94

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                       $          146,028.84
Salaries and Wages                                                                                 1,870,004.02
Employee Benefits                                                                                    558,180.96
Supplies and Materials                                                                                78,939.30
Other Expenditures                                                                                   159,991.21
Intergovernmental Payments                                                                         5,978,067.07
Travel                                                                                                84,606.09
Professional Services and Fees                                                                       134,291.92
Payment of Interest                                                                                     (184.71)
Capital Outlay                                                                                        58,241.17
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                               11,466.47
Communication and Utilities                                                                           20,605.10
Rentals and Leases                                                                                   189,657.88
Printing and Reproduction                                                                              2,884.71
         Total Expenditures                                                               $        9,292,780.03    $    9,292,780.03

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                                  $    9,971,014.91



GR Account–Federal Public Welfare Administration 0117
Legal Citation: TEX. HUM. RES. CODE ANN. § 22.002
Date of Origin: 1941
Administering Agency: Department of Human Services, Agency 324

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                                $    4,835,221.87

Code    Name                                                                                  Object Totals

Revenue:
3600 Federal Receipts Matched–Welfare/MHMR Programs                                       $     815,846,693.81
3601 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Welfare/MHMR Programs                                         246,416,170.14
3602 Earned Federal Funds, Food Stamp Recoupment                                                 (2,559,494.46)
3766 Supplies/Equipment/Services–Local Funds                                                          3,426.29
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                          197,135.84
3790 Deposit to Trust or Suspense                                                                       223.80
3802 Reimbursements–Third Party                                                                          (1.68)




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GR Account–Federal Public Welfare Administration 0117 (continued)

3971    Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency Non-Operating for General, Budgeted   $   2,525,577,056.50
3972    Other Cash Transfers Between Funds or Accounts                                          3,296,705.71
        Total Revenue                                                                   $   3,588,777,915.95     $   3,588,777,915.95

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                      $   3,593,613,137.82

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                     $   3,592,689,068.03
        Total Expenditures                                                              $   3,592,689,068.03     $   3,592,689,068.03

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                                $        924,069.79



GR Account–Federal Public Library Service 0118
Legal Citation: TEX. GOV’T CODE ANN. § 441.006
Date of Origin: 1953
Administering Agency: Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Agency 306

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                              $        195,188.69

Code    Name                                                                                Object Totals

Revenue:
3700 Federal Receipts Matched–Other Programs                                            $        9,335,914.64
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                           1,740.00
3802 Reimbursements–Third Party                                                                         14.36
3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                                    1,140.00
      Total Revenue                                                                     $        9,338,809.00    $      9,338,809.00

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                      $      9,533,997.69

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                     $            9,065.67
Salaries and Wages                                                                                 199,813.96
Employee Benefits                                                                                   46,866.63
Supplies and Materials                                                                               4,579.30
Other Expenditures                                                                                 202,188.67
Public Assistance Payments                                                                         799,157.53
Intergovernmental Payments                                                                       6,650,833.75
Travel                                                                                               6,579.41
Professional Services and Fees                                                                      13,874.00
Payment of Interest                                                                                    315.42
Capital Outlay                                                                                       1,225.50
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                                 20.00
Communication and Utilities                                                                      1,571,641.29
Rentals and Leases                                                                                     434.60
Claims and Judgments                                                                                 1,140.00
Printing and Reproduction                                                                              (60.45)
         Total Expenditures                                                             $        9,507,675.28    $      9,507,675.28

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                                $         26,322.41




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GR Account–Community Affairs Federal 0127
Legal Citation: TEX. GOV’T CODE ANN. § 2306.071
Date of Origin: 1971
Administering Agency: Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs, Agency 332

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                            $     4,736,031.03

Code    Name                                                                              Object Totals

Revenue:
3700 Federal Receipts Matched–Other Programs                                          $       1,198,786.04
3701 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Other Programs                                            122,925,644.84
3722 Conference, Seminars, and Training Registration Fees                                        14,060.00
3767 Supplies/Equipment/Services–Federal/Other                                                  588,431.00
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                       18,757.17
3782 Repayment of Loans, Political Subdivision                                                     (220.00)
3788 Default Deposit Adjustments–Suspense                                                    (2,779,371.35)
3795 Other Miscellaneous Governmental Revenue                                                    74,256.13
3971 Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency Non-Operating for General, Budgeted              251,478.75
      Total Revenue                                                                   $     122,291,822.58     $   122,291,822.58

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                    $   127,027,853.61

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                   $         236,400.07
Salaries and Wages                                                                            3,743,273.80
Employee Benefits                                                                               753,330.17
Supplies and Materials                                                                           61,789.71
Other Expenditures                                                                              142,022.09
Public Assistance Payments                                                                   94,933,808.29
Intergovernmental Payments                                                                   24,196,043.33
Travel                                                                                          203,812.19
Professional Services and Fees                                                                  380,514.71
Capital Outlay                                                                                   23,592.96
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                          15,904.24
Communication and Utilities                                                                       3,761.64
Rentals and Leases                                                                              438,272.44
Printing and Reproduction                                                                        34,189.58
         Total Expenditures                                                           $     125,166,715.22     $   125,166,715.22

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                              $     1,861,138.39



GR Account–Hospital Licensing 0129
Legal Citation: TEX. HEALTH & SAFETY CODE ANN. § 241.025
Date of Origin: 1959
Administering Agency: Texas Department of Health, Agency 501

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                            $     1,839,276.38

Code    Name                                                                              Object Totals

Revenue:
3557 Health Care Facilities Fees                                                      $        1,687,772.00
3970 Revenue and Expenditure Adjustments Within an Agency, Fund, and Fiscal Year                  (2,165.81)
3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                                 47,068.19
      Total Revenue                                                                   $        1,732,674.38    $     1,732,674.38

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                    $     3,571,950.76




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GR Account–Hospital Licensing 0129 (continued)

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                $          198,812.88
Salaries and Wages                                                                            868,596.73
Employee Benefits                                                                             175,469.71
Supplies and Materials                                                                         10,746.57
Other Expenditures                                                                             19,309.38
Travel                                                                                         92,290.49
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                           335.00
Communication and Utilities                                                                       716.47
Rentals and Leases                                                                                627.97
         Total Expenditures                                                        $        1,366,905.20   $    1,366,905.20

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                          $    2,205,045.56



GR Account–Federal Older Americans 0134
Legal Citation: TEX. HUM. RES. CODE ANN. ch. 101
Date of Origin: 1965
Administering Agency: Texas Department on Aging, Agency 340

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                        $    2,274,936.30

Code    Name                                                                           Object Totals

Revenue:
3700 Federal Receipts Matched–Other Programs                                       $      70,300,455.00
3701 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Other Programs                                             427,323.00
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                     2,361.00
3970 Revenue and Expenditure Adjustments Within an Agency, Fund, and Fiscal Year             899,677.96
      Total Revenue                                                                $      71,629,816.96    $   71,629,816.96

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                $   73,904,753.26

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                $       3,056,361.51
Salaries and Wages                                                                           686,841.87
Employee Benefits                                                                            300,285.15
Supplies and Materials                                                                        19,683.43
Other Expenditures                                                                           167,898.84
Public Assistance Payments                                                                 8,157,320.04
Intergovernmental Payments                                                                61,139,122.00
Travel                                                                                        49,246.85
Professional Services and Fees                                                               146,434.23
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                          478.00
Communication and Utilities                                                                   22,716.65
Rentals and Leases                                                                            11,375.19
Printing and Reproduction                                                                      9,513.67
         Total Expenditures                                                        $      73,767,277.43    $   73,767,277.43

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                          $     137,475.83




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GR Account–Federal Alcoholism 0136
Legal Citation: TEX. HEALTH & SAFETY CODE ANN. ch. 462
Date of Origin: 1972
Administering Agency: Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Agency 517

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                          $      989,785.23

Code    Name                                                                             Object Totals

Revenue:
3551 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Health Programs                                    $     143,519,821.65
3854 Interest–Other, General (Non-Program)                                                       1,106.13
3970 Revenue and Expenditure Adjustments Within an Agency, Fund, and Fiscal Year                  (807.02)
3971 Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency Non-Operating for General, Budgeted             659,649.63
3972 Other Cash Transfers Between Funds or Accounts                                          6,206,807.00
3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                           12,413,614.00
3974 Federal Funds Unexpended Cash Balance Forward                                                 807.02
      Total Revenue                                                                  $     162,800,998.41    $   162,800,998.41

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                  $   163,790,783.64

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                  $      37,108,994.85
Salaries and Wages                                                                           5,563,438.06
Employee Benefits                                                                            1,437,766.35
Supplies and Materials                                                                          74,691.70
Other Expenditures                                                                             488,827.18
Public Assistance Payments                                                                  94,406,928.51
Intergovernmental Payments                                                                  21,272,309.83
Travel                                                                                         125,940.73
Professional Services and Fees                                                               1,462,307.29
Capital Outlay                                                                                   6,137.00
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                         59,014.21
Communication and Utilities                                                                     76,678.86
Rentals and Leases                                                                             629,774.18
Cost of Goods Sold                                                                              11,419.70
Printing and Reproduction                                                                       55,384.32
         Total Expenditures                                                          $     162,779,612.77    $   162,779,612.77

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                            $     1,011,170.87



GR Account–Federal Adult Blind 0141
Legal Citation: TEX. HUM. RES. CODE ANN. § 91.056
Date of Origin: Uncertain
Administering Agency: Texas Commission for the Blind, Agency 318

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                          $     4,218,624.55

Code    Name                                                                             Object Totals

Revenue:
3700 Federal Receipts Matched–Other Programs                                         $      34,578,781.83
3701 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Other Programs                                             1,348,412.36
3702 Federal Receipts–Earned Credits                                                         4,888,231.15
3726 Federal Receipts–Indirect Cost Recoveries                                                 (34,883.39)
3754 Other Surplus or Salvage Property/Materials Sales                                          11,250.00
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                      11,887.51
3970 Revenue and Expenditure Adjustments Within an Agency, Fund, and Fiscal Year               513,000.00
3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                            1,361,183.87
3974 Federal Funds Unexpended Cash Balance Forward                                            (513,000.00)
      Total Revenue                                                                  $      42,164,863.33    $    42,164,863.33

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                  $    46,383,487.88


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GR Account–Federal Adult Blind 0141 (continued)

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                             $          2,210,439.83
Salaries and Wages                                                                                        17,014,300.94
Employee Benefits                                                                                          4,581,020.48
Supplies and Materials                                                                                       328,946.97
Other Expenditures                                                                                           718,653.70
Public Assistance Payments                                                                                11,844,388.31
Travel                                                                                                     1,198,883.95
Professional Services and Fees                                                                             1,365,502.49
Payment of Interest                                                                                            6,998.01
Capital Outlay                                                                                               194,955.85
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                                      264,110.29
Communication and Utilities                                                                                  147,704.30
Rentals and Leases                                                                                           621,552.94
Claims and Judgments                                                                                           4,107.44
Cost of Goods Sold                                                                                             4,728.56
Printing and Reproduction                                                                                      3,934.96
         Total Expenditures                                                                     $         40,510,229.02    $   40,510,229.02

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                                          $    5,873,258.86



GR Account–Oil-Field Cleanup 0145
Legal Citation: TEX. NAT. RES. CODE ANN. § 91.111
Date of Origin: 1991
Administering Agency: Railroad Commission of Texas, Agency 455; Comptroller–State Fiscal, Agency 902

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                                        $   12,773,622.03

Code    Name                                                                                           Object Totals

Revenue:
3313 Oil and Gas Well Drilling Permit                                                           $          5,960,075.40
3314 Oil and Gas Violations                                                                                1,894,618.16
3317 Oil and Gas Well Applicant Bond/Financial Security                                                    1,878,402.00
3338 Organization Report Fees                                                                              3,177,731.00
3339 Railroad Commission Voluntary Cleanup Application Fees                                                   36,418.67
3369 Reimbursement for Well Plugging Costs                                                                     4,254.54
3381 Oil-Field Cleanup Regulatory Fee on Oil                                                               2,227,085.21
3382 Railroad Commission Rule Exceptions                                                                     792,573.60
3383 Oil-Field Cleanup Regulatory Fee on Gas                                                               2,886,424.88
3384 Oil and Gas Compliance Certification Reissue Fee                                                        941,100.00
3393 Abandoned Well Site Equipment Disposal                                                                  906,585.13
3592 Waste Disposal Facilities, Generators, Transporters                                                     134,100.00
3719 Fees for Copies or Filing of Records                                                                       (857.83)
3765 Interagency Sale of Supplies/Equipment/Services                                                         495,900.00
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                                       651.29
3802 Reimbursements–Third Party                                                                              357,840.77
3851 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)                              203,453.33
3879 Credit Card and Related Fees                                                                              4,514.00
3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                                                336.00
      Total Revenue                                                                             $         21,901,206.15    $   21,901,206.15

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                                $   34,674,828.18

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                             $             146,533.46
Salaries and Wages                                                                                          4,689,397.16
Employee Benefits                                                                                           1,451,120.65
Supplies and Materials                                                                                        433,127.10
Other Expenditures                                                                                          8,865,616.93
Travel                                                                                                         33,963.18
Professional Services and Fees                                                                                439,716.96
Payment of Interest                                                                                               408.17
Capital Outlay                                                                                                429,563.93
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                                       129,921.63

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                                  State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report
                                                    147
GR Account–Oil-Field Cleanup 0145 (continued)

Communication and Utilities                                                          $         128,016.17
Rentals and Leases                                                                             310,358.39
Claims and Judgments                                                                               336.00
Printing and Reproduction                                                                        2,908.01
         Total Expenditures                                                          $      17,060,987.74     $     17,060,987.74

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                             $     17,613,840.44



GR Account–Used Oil Recycling 0146
Legal Citation: TEX. HEALTH & SAFETY CODE ANN. § 371.061
Date of Origin: 1991
Administering Agency: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Agency 582

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                           $      5,653,075.64

Code    Name                                                                             Object Totals

Revenue:
3596 Automotive Oil Sales Fee                                                        $        1,169,879.73
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                           23.58
      Total Revenue                                                                  $        1,169,903.31    $      1,169,903.31

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                   $      6,822,978.95

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                  $         (375,832.95)
Salaries and Wages                                                                              397,258.34
Employee Benefits                                                                               105,349.10
Supplies and Materials                                                                           18,692.90
Other Expenditures                                                                               80,418.37
Professional Services and Fees                                                                   65,316.00
Payment of Interest                                                                               1,495.45
Capital Outlay                                                                                   10,853.00
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                          12,428.90
Communication and Utilities                                                                       7,933.50
Rentals and Leases                                                                              122,109.81
Printing and Reproduction                                                                        80,306.70
         Total Expenditures                                                          $          526,329.12    $        526,329.12

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                             $      6,296,649.83



GR Account–Federal Health, Education, and Welfare 0148
Legal Citation: TEX. HUM. RES. CODE ANN. § 22.005
Date of Origin: 1959
Administering Agency: Texas Education Agency, Agency 701

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                           $     10,152,553.78

Code    Name                                                                             Object Totals

Revenue:
3500 Federal Receipts Matched–Education Programs                                     $          74,577.62
3501 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Education Programs                                     2,494,611,983.45
3802 Reimbursements–Third Party                                                                    856.80
3971 Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency Non-Operating for General, Budgeted          10,585,742.11
      Total Revenue                                                                  $   2,505,273,159.98     $   2,505,273,159.98

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                   $   2,515,425,713.76




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                                  State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report
                                                    148
GR Account–Federal Health, Education, and Welfare 0148 (continued)

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                  $      75,825,560.57
Salaries and Wages                                                                          12,704,451.11
Employee Benefits                                                                            3,086,812.50
Supplies and Materials                                                                         166,626.91
Other Expenditures                                                                           2,230,628.28
Public Assistance Payments                                                                  10,149,073.91
Intergovernmental Payments                                                               2,355,915,127.09
Travel                                                                                          81,011.69
Professional Services and Fees                                                              42,468,848.85
Payment of Interest                                                                             44,494.92
Capital Outlay                                                                                 376,956.38
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                        457,973.36
Communication and Utilities                                                                     97,962.28
Rentals and Leases                                                                             352,351.33
Printing and Reproduction                                                                      125,438.52
         Total Expenditures                                                          $   2,504,083,317.70   $   2,504,083,317.70

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                           $     11,342,396.06



GR Account–Clean Air 0151
Legal Citation: TEX. HEALTH & SAFETY CODE ANN. § 382.0622(b)

Date of Origin: 1991

Administering Agency: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Agency 582


Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                         $     53,560,280.76

Code    Name                                                                             Object Totals

Revenue:
3020 Motor Vehicle Inspection Fees                                                   $      55,454,425.33
3375 Air Pollution Control Fees                                                             16,594,597.31
3700 Federal Receipts Matched–Other Programs                                                   838,863.00
3701 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Other Programs                                             4,193,188.00
3714 Judgments and Settlements                                                                   1,371.00
3740 Gifts/Grants/Donations–Non-Operating Revenue/Program Revenue                            5,400,000.00
3752 Sale of Publications/Advertising                                                           55,444.03
3765 Interagency Sale of Supplies/Equipment/Services                                            48,189.74
3773 Insurance and Damages                                                                      12,079.69
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                       3,589.91
3802 Reimbursements–Third Party                                                                  8,332.02
3851 Interest on State Deposits and Treasury Investments, General (Non-Program)                179,800.52
3968 Other Cash Transfers Within Agency, Fund or Account and Fiscal Year                        57,778.00
3971 Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency Non-Operating for General, Budgeted             145,372.48
3972 Other Cash Transfers Between Funds or Accounts                                            500,000.00
3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                              500,227.00
      Total Revenue                                                                  $      83,993,258.03   $     83,993,258.03

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                 $    137,553,538.79

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                  $       3,916,260.72
Salaries and Wages                                                                          24,075,480.25
Employee Benefits                                                                            5,624,761.19
Supplies and Materials                                                                         946,320.64
Other Expenditures                                                                           2,345,390.37
Public Assistance Payments                                                                  12,706,111.00
Intergovernmental Payments                                                                   8,960,651.20
Travel                                                                                         227,590.81
Professional Services and Fees                                                               8,308,915.20
Payment of Interest                                                                              3,391.29
Capital Outlay                                                                               2,383,800.40
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                      1,059,498.11
Communication and Utilities                                                                      1,734.50


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                                  State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report
                                                    149
GR Account–Clean Air 0151 (continued)

Rentals and Leases                                                                   $       5,705,196.25
Claims and Judgments                                                                             1,601.16
Printing and Reproduction                                                                       31,943.31
         Total Expenditures                                                          $      76,298,646.40    $   76,298,646.40

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                            $   61,254,892.39



GR Account–Water Resource Management 0153
Legal Citation: TEX. WATER CODE ANN. § 5.235
Date of Origin: 1961
Administering Agency: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Agency 582

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                          $   31,798,510.29

Code    Name                                                                             Object Totals

Revenue:
3242 Water/Sewer Utility Service Regulatory Assessments/Penalties                    $       4,772,611.19
3364 Water Use Permits                                                                       2,646,000.54
3366 Business Fees–Natural Resources                                                         3,849,251.99
3368 Department of Water Resources Filing/Copy Fees                                          2,258,820.63
3370 Boat Sewage Disposal Device Certificate                                                    15,440.00
3371 Waste Treatment Inspection Fee                                                         21,150,116.42
3592 Waste Disposal Facilities, Generators, Transporters                                       278,100.00
3700 Federal Receipts Matched–Other Programs                                                 6,023,331.00
3701 Federal Receipts Not Matched–Other Programs                                               133,832.00
3727 Fees for Administrative Services                                                          605,595.62
3765 Interagency Sale of Supplies/Equipment/Services                                         7,535,416.52
3767 Supplies/Equipment/Services–Federal/Other                                                  54,000.00
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                         253.58
3802 Reimbursements–Third Party                                                                    574.08
3971 Federal Pass-Through Revenue, Interagency Non-Operating for General, Budgeted             459,582.43
3973 Other Cash Transfers Within Fund or Account Between Agencies                                1,196.46
      Total Revenue                                                                  $      49,784,122.46    $   49,784,122.46

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                  $   81,582,632.75

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                  $       1,688,586.06
Salaries and Wages                                                                          16,967,566.06
Employee Benefits                                                                            3,776,462.27
Supplies and Materials                                                                         340,627.37
Other Expenditures                                                                           1,744,179.99
Intergovernmental Payments                                                                   4,431,337.17
Travel                                                                                         391,014.94
Professional Services and Fees                                                               4,085,759.29
Payment of Interest                                                                             (7,939.54)
Capital Outlay                                                                                 191,420.42
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                      1,120,690.56
Communication and Utilities                                                                    312,700.76
Rentals and Leases                                                                           1,705,620.16
Claims and Judgments                                                                             1,196.46
Printing and Reproduction                                                                       77,984.38
         Total Expenditures                                                          $      36,827,206.35    $   36,827,206.35

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                            $   44,755,426.40




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                                                    150
GR Account–Texas A&M University–Kingsville Special
 Mineral 0154
Legal Citation: TEX. EDUC. CODE ANN. § 85.70(c); TEX. NAT. RES. CODE ANN. § 34.017
Date of Origin: 1965
Administering Agency: Texas A&M University–Kingsville, Agency 732

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                             $           0.00

Code    Name                                                                             Object Totals

Revenue:
3315 Oil and Gas Lease Bonus                                                         $           34,937.00
      Total Revenue                                                                  $           34,937.00      $     34,937.00

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                     $     34,937.00

Expenditures:
      Total Expenditures                                                             $                   0.00   $           0.00

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                               $     34,937.00



GR Account–Watermaster Administration 0158
Legal Citation: TEX. WATER CODE ANN. §§ 11.3291, 12.113
Date of Origin: 1967
Administering Agency: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Agency 582

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                             $    974,471.16

Code    Name                                                                             Object Totals

Revenue:
3364 Water Use Permits                                                               $         956,001.37
3765 Interagency Sale of Supplies/Equipment/Services                                             4,369.50
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                          30.81
3802 Reimbursements–Third Party                                                                     23.45
      Total Revenue                                                                  $         960,425.13       $    960,425.13

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                     $   1,934,896.29

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                  $          13,008.98
Salaries and Wages                                                                             632,455.59
Employee Benefits                                                                              100,653.68
Supplies and Materials                                                                          35,254.58
Other Expenditures                                                                              30,439.14
Travel                                                                                          21,020.15
Professional Services and Fees                                                                  33,712.73
Payment of Interest                                                                                 15.32
Capital Outlay                                                                                  45,000.00
Repairs and Maintenance                                                                         21,585.77
Communication and Utilities                                                                     13,373.42
Rentals and Leases                                                                               2,224.38
Printing and Reproduction                                                                          447.86
         Total Expenditures                                                          $         949,191.60       $    949,191.60

Net Cash Balance, August 31, 2004                                                                               $    985,704.69




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                                  State of Texas 2004 Annual Cash Report
                                                    151
GR Account–Unemployment Compensation Special
 Administration 0165
Legal Citation: TEX. LAB. CODE ANN. §§ 203.002, 203.003, 203.005, 203.201, 203.202, 203.203
Date of Origin: 1936
Administering Agency: Texas Workforce Commission, Agency 320

Year Ending August 31, 2004

Net Cash Balance, September 1, 2003                                                                                    $    25,272,217.08

Code    Name                                                                                      Object Totals

Revenue:
3321 Oil Royalties from Other State Lands (State Departments, Boards, Agencies)               $             418.98
3714 Judgments and Settlements                                                                           15,832.17
3716 Lien Fees                                                                                            5,300.27
3732 Unemployment Compensation Penalties                                                             12,780,696.40
3777 Warrants Voided by Statute of Limitation–Default Fund                                                   81.64
3972 Other Cash Transfers Between Funds or Accounts                                                     112,096.21
      Total Revenue                                                                           $      12,914,425.67     $    12,914,425.67

        Total Revenue and Beginning Balance                                                                            $    38,186,642.75

Expenditures:
Interfund Transfers                                                                           $      (17,738,687.23)
Salaries and Wages