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 Budgetary Direct Appropriations              





 OFFICE OF THE TREASURER AND RECEIVER-GENERAL                     

 0610-0000 For the office of the treasurer and receiver-general        9,323,426     9,315,926



           General Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    50.00 

           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    40.00 

           Highway Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    10.00 



 CHARTER SCHOOL TUITION PAYMENTS                                  

 0610-1600 For tuition payments as required by section eighty-nine                            

           of chapter seventy-one of the General Laws,            

           notwithstanding the provisions of chapter twenty-nine  

           of the General Laws to the contrary, the state         

           treasurer is hereby authorized to expend in            

           anticipation of revenue such amounts as are necessary  

           to meet such payments; provided, that the state        

           treasurer shall deduct the amount expended from this   

           account from item 7061-0008 and from the amounts       

           specified in section three of this act, in accordance  

           with the provisions of section eighty-nine of chapter  

           seventy-one of the General Laws                        





 BONUS PAYMENTS TO WAR VETERANS                                   

 0611-1000 For bonus payments to war veterans                             19,000        19,000





 COMPENSATION TO VICTIMS OF VIOLENT CRIMES                        

 0611-5000 For compensation to victims of violent crimes;              2,454,843     2,454,843

           provided, that notwithstanding the provisions of       

           section five of chapter two hundred and fifty-eight A  

           of the General Laws, if the claimant is sixty years of 

           age or older at the time of the crime, and is not      

           employed or receiving unemployment compensation, such  

           claimant shall be eligible for compensation in         

           accordance with said chapter even if the claimant has  

           suffered no out-of-pocket loss; provided further, that 

           compensation to such claimant shall be limited to a    

           maximum of fifty dollars; provided further, that       

           notwithstanding the provisions of any general or       

           special law to the contrary, victims of the crime of   

           rape shall be notified of all available services       

           designed to assist rape victims including, but not     

           limited to, the provisions outlined in section five of 

           chapter two hundred and fifty-eight A of the General   

           Laws; and provided further, that no funds appropriated 

           herein shall be expended for acute hospital services   



           General Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    78.21 

           Victim and Witness Assistance Fund . . . . .    21.79 



 PAYMENT TO SURVIVORS                                             

 0611-5011                                                                15,000              



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 ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE TO CITIES AND TOWNS                        

 0611-5500 For additional assistance to cities and towns to be       477,565,226   477,565,226

           distributed according to the provisions of section     

           three of this act, and for assistance to certain public

           entities of the commonwealth that have constructed     

           abatement facilities; provided, that said distribution 

           to said public entities shall equal one million two    

           hundred forty-nine thousand nine hundred and           

           forty-eight dollars                                    



           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   100.00 



 REIMBURSEMENTS TO CITIES AND TOWNS IN LIEU OF TAXES ON           

 STATE-OWNED LANDS                                                

 0611-5510 For reimbursements to cities and towns in lieu of taxes     6,500,000     6,500,000

           on state-owned land pursuant to sections thirteen      

           through seventeen, inclusive, of chapter fifty-eight of

           the General Laws                                       



           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   100.00 



 LOCAL SHARE RACING TAX - PAYMENTS TO CITIES AND TOWNS            

 0611-5800 For distribution to each city and town within which         1,366,343     1,366,343

           racing meetings are conducted; provided, that each     

           city’s or town's distribution shall be proportionate to

           its share of the amount certified by the state racing  

           commission, pursuant to section eighteen D of chapter  

           fifty-eight of the General Laws, at the end of the     

           calendar year nineteen hundred and ninety-three; and   

           provided further, that no city or town shall receive   

           more than the amount so certified for that city or town



           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   100.00 



 STATE BOARD OF RETIREMENT                                        

 0612-0100 For the administration of the state board of retirement     1,303,328     1,300,328





 MASSACHUSETTS PUBLIC SAFETY EMPLOYEES LINE OF DUTY DEATH BENEFITS

 0612-0105 For payment of benefits authorized by chapter               1,000,000     1,000,000

           sixty-nine of the acts of nineteen hundred and         

           ninety-four                                            



           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   100.00 



 COMMONWEALTH'S PENSION LIABILITY FUND                            

 0612-1010 For the Commonwealth's Pension Liability Fund             935,288,306   981,747,320

           established under section twenty-two of chapter        

           thirty-two of the General Laws, to meet the            

           commonwealth's obligations under section twenty-two C  

           of said chapter thirty-two, including all retirement   

           benefits payable by the state employees' and the state 

           teachers' retirement systems, reimbursement of local   

           retirement systems for cost-of-living adjustments      

           pursuant to section one hundred and two of said chapter

           thirty-two, and for the costs of increased survivor    

           benefits pursuant to chapter three hundred and         

           eighty-nine of the acts of nineteen hundred and        

           eighty-four; provided, that subject to the rules and   .


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           regulations promulgated by the treasurer, the state    

           retirement board and each city, town, county, or       

           district shall verify the cost thereof, and the        

           treasurer shall be authorized to make such payments    

           upon a transfer of funds as hereinafter provided to    

           reimburse certain cities and towns for pensions to     

           retired teachers, and including any other obligations  

           which the commonwealth has assumed on behalf of any    

           retirement system other than the state employees' or   

           state teachers' retirement systems and including the   

           commonwealth's share of the amounts to be appropriated 

           pursuant to section twenty-two B of said chapter       

           thirty-two and the amounts to be appropriated pursuant 

           to clause (a) of the last paragraph of section         

           twenty-one of chapter one hundred and thirty-eight of  

           the General Laws; provided further, that all payments  

           for the purposes herein described shall be made only   

           pursuant to distribution of monies from said fund;     

           provided further, that such distributions shall not be 

           made in advance of the date on which any payment is    

           actually to be made; provided further, that any request

           for distribution from said fund shall not be in excess 

           of the amount necessary to provide sufficient monies to

           make all payments for the purposes described herein;   

           and provided further, that no funds may be expended    

           from this item, other than deposits to the             

           Commonwealth's Pension Liability Fund                  



           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    59.00 

           General Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    33.90 

           Highway Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     7.00 

           Inland Fisheries and Game Fund . . . . . . .     0.10 



 INCENTIVE PAYMENTS FOR BOOK-TO-MARKET VALUE LOSSES OF LOCAL      

 RETIREMENT SYSTEMS                                               

 0612-1507 For the cost of the commonwealth's obligation to assume       272,304       272,304

           book-to-market losses, pursuant to paragraph (c) of    

           subdivision (3) of section twenty-two of chapter       

           thirty-two of the General Laws for the fiscal year     

           ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and ninety-six;

           provided, that notwithstanding any general or special  

           law to the contrary, the Pension Reserve Investment    

           Trust Fund shall reimburse the General Fund for the    

           costs of this appropriation on or before June          

           thirtieth, nineteen hundred and ninety-six             



           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   100.00 



 MISCELLANEOUS RETIREMENT BENEFITS                                

 0612-2000 For the authorization of retirement benefits pursuant      22,500,000    22,500,000

           to chapters seven hundred and twelve and seven hundred 

           and twenty-one of the acts of nineteen hundred and     

           eighty-one, chapter one hundred and fifty-four of the  

           acts of nineteen hundred and eighty-three, chapter     

           sixty-seven of the acts of nineteen hundred and        

           eighty-eight, and chapter six hundred and twenty-one of

           the acts of nineteen hundred and eighty-nine; for the  

           compensation of veterans who may be retired by the     

           state board of retirement, including individuals       

           formerly in the service of the division of employment  .


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           security whose compensation for such service was paid  

           in full from a grant from the federal government, and  

           for the cost of medical examinations in connection     

           therewith, for pensions of retired judges or their     

           widows or widowers, for retirement allowances of       

           certain employees formerly in the service of the       

           administrative division of the metropolitan district   

           commission, for retirement allowances of certain       

           veterans and police officers formerly in the service of

           the metropolitan district commission, for retirement   

           allowances of certain veterans formerly in the service 

           of the metropolitan sewerage district, for retirement  

           allowances of certain veterans formerly in the service 

           of the metropolitan water system, and for annuities for

           widows of certain former members of the uniformed      

           branch of the state police                             



           General Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    82.20 

           Highway Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    17.80 



 COMMISSION ON FIREMEN'S RELIEF                                   

 0620-0000 For financial assistance to injured firemen                     9,808         9,808



           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   100.00 



 Federal Grant Spending                       





 CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION                                        

 0810-6646 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,        941,000       941,000

           Crime Victim Compensation                              





 Trust & Other Spending                       





 0610-0093                                                               176,500       176,500




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