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|Purpose||Amount||Type of receipt||Amount which may be applied|
|1. For expenditure of the Scottish Ministers (through the Scottish Executive Rural Affairs Department) on market support; support for agriculture in special areas including crofting communities; structural measures, agri-environmental and farm woodland measures; compen-sation to sheep producers; animal health; agricultural education; advisory, research and development services; botanical and scientific services; assistance to production, marketing and processing; administration, land management and other agricultural services; assistance to the Scottish fisheries sector; fishery protection; other services including fisheries research and development and special services; natural heritage; environment protection; rural affairs; flood prevention; coastal protection; air quality monitoring; loans to new water and sewerage authorities and other water grants||£490,983,000||Sale of surplus land, buildings and equipment; sale of holdings to existing tenants; repayment of non-voted loans by new water and sewerage authorities||£34,854,000|
|2. For expenditure of the Scottish Ministers (through the Scottish Executive Development Department) on revenue support grants and payment of non-domestic rates in Scotland; special grants relating to council tax and spend-to-save scheme; housing subsidies; financial support for Scottish Homes; new housing partnerships; sponsorship of Energy Action Scotland; other expenditure, contributions and grants relating to housing; other central and environmental services, including flood and storm emergencies; special financial assistance for Dunblane; sites for travelling people; residual grants to housing associations; roads and certain associated services, including the acquisition of land, lighting and road safety; assistance to local transport; support for transport services in the highlands and islands; piers and harbours; grant aid to British Waterways Board in respect of Scotland’s inland waterways; funding for most of the rail services in Scotland; other rail grants; certain other transport services and grants; grants for the Social Inclusion Partnership Fund and other services; other urban regeneration initiatives; expenditure relating to the privatisation of the Scottish Bus Group and Highlands and Islands Airports Limited; grants to local authorities forming part of the Strathclyde Passenger Transport Area; other sundry services in connection with the environment; European Regional Development Fund and European Social Fund grants to public corporations, non-departmental public bodies, local authorities and other bodies and organisations||£5,961,264,000||Sale of property, land and equip-ment; repayment of loans; recover-able VAT and European Region-al Development Fund grants||£9,200,000|
|3. For expenditure of the Scottish Ministers (through the Scottish Executive Education Department) on schools; pre-school education; childcare; associated social work services; educational development; research and promotion; training and development of teachers; curriculum development; international and other educational services, including support for School Boards, training, research and educational technology; sport; community education; support for the cultural heritage of Scotland, including the Gaelic language; arts, libraries, museums and galleries, including purchase grants; cultural and scientific activities and organisations; historic buildings and monuments (including administration); publicity; indemnities; administration; central government grants to non-departmental public bodies and local authorities; pensions, allowances, gratuities etc. payable in respect of the teachers' and NHS pension schemes; running and capital costs of the Scottish Public Pensions Agency||£838,391,000||Recoverable VAT||£1,300,000|
|4. For expenditure of the Scottish Ministers (through the Scottish Executive Enterprise and Lifelong Learning Department) on grant in aid for the Scottish Higher Education Funding Council, the Scottish Further Education Funding Council, Scottish Enterprise, Highlands and Islands Enterprise and the Scottish Tourist Board; funding for the Student Awards Agency for Scotland; careers guidance; departmental invest-ment assistance grants and sundry enterprise and lifelong learning related activities||£1,988,294,000||Repayment of student loans; repayment of voted loans (capital) by Scottish Enter-prise; refunds of grants made by the Scottish Tourist Board; recovery of Sector Challenge funding to the Scottish Tourist Board; refunds of grants for Region-al Selective Assist-ance, Regional Development and Regional Enter-prise||£24,713,000|
|5. For expenditure of the Scottish Ministers (through the Scottish Executive Health Department) on hospital and community health services, including the clinical negligence and other risks scheme; family health services; community care, including grants to local authorities; grants to voluntary organisations; welfare food; the Scottish Drugs Challenge Fund; other services provided under the National Health Service in Scotland||£4,684,767,000||Sale of land, buildings, vehicles, equip-ment and property||£4,100,000|
|6. For expenditure of the Scottish Ministers (through the Scottish Executive Justice Department) on legal aid (including administration); criminal injuries compensation (including adminis-tration); certain services relating to crime including the Parole Board for Scotland; the Scottish Prison Service; the Scottish Prisons Complaints Commission; the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission; police services (including grants to local authorities) and superannuation of police on secondment; costs associated with the holding of criminal justice proceedings in a third country (the Lockerbie trial); fire services (including Scottish Fire Service Training School and superannuation); civil defence (including grants); invest to save budget and other protective and miscellaneous services; criminal justice, social work services and victim issues including probation and supervised attendance orders; grants to voluntary organisations; court services; the Scottish Law Commission; certain legal services; costs and fees in connection with legal proceedings||£894,123,000||Sale of police vehicles; sale of prison land, buildings, staff quarters, vehicles, equipment and property||£2,829,000|
|7. For expenditure of the Scottish Ministers on administrative costs and operational costs; costs of administration of the Scottish courts; administrative costs of the Scottish Law Commission; costs of providing continuing services to the Scottish Parliament; the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland; costs associated with the functions of the Queen’s Printer for Scotland||£174,285,000||Capital receipts from sale of surplus assets||£132,000|
|8. For expenditure of the Scottish Ministers (through the Scottish Executive Secretariat) on grants to voluntary organisations and other costs associated with the voluntary sector; expenditure relating to equalities issues; grants to the Civic Forum||£6,638,000||—||—|
|9. For expenditure of the Registrar General of Births, Deaths and Marriages for Scotland (through the General Register Office for Scotland) on administrative costs and operational costs||£10,263,000||—||—|
|10. For expenditure of the Scottish Ministers and the Keeper of the Records of Scotland (through the National Archives of Scotland) on administrative costs; acquiring record material; support for the Scottish and European Archive Network; The Acts of Parliament; conservation grants to local archives; grant to the Business Archives Council of Scotland||£6,402,000||Receipts from sale of surplus assets||£20,000|
|11. For expenditure of the Lord Advocate (through the Crown Office) and the Procurator Fiscal Service on administrative costs, including fees paid to temporary procurators fiscal, witness expenses and other costs associated with Crown prosecutions; costs of holding criminal justice proceedings in a third country (Lockerbie Trial); the provision of grant in aid to certain Scottish Universities which undertake post mortem examinations on behalf of the Crown||£49,793,000||—||—|
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