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SCHEDULE 2S RECEIPTS OF THE SCOTTISH ADMINISTRATION APPLICABLE WITHOUT INDIVIDUAL LIMIT

(introduced by section 1)

PART 1 S SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE RURAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT

Type of receiptPurpose
1. Receipts from Intervention Board Executive Agency in respect of Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) Market Support and Accompanying Measures paymentsCAP Market Support expenditure and Annually Managed Expenditure element of CAP Accompanying Measures
2. Receipts from the European Union (EU) in relation to EU Marketing and Processing SchemePayments under EU Marketing and Processing Scheme
3. Receipts from EU in relation to EU Financial Instrument for Fisheries Guidance (FIFG) SchemePayments under EU FIFG Scheme
4. Receipts of the Scottish Agricultural Science Agency (SASA) under Service Level AgreementSASA expenditure
5. Sale of carcasses; repayment of loans under Crofting Building Loan Scheme; bond fees and insurance; EU contributions towards Hill Livestock Compensatory Allowances and rural development measuresRelated structural and agri-environmental expenditure
6. Contributions under the superannuation scheme for the Scottish Agricultural College and Agricultural and Biological Research Institutes; rents and wayleaves; recovery of costs in connection with land drainage; sales of produce; charges under livestock schemes; pension contributions from members of the Crofters Commission and the Deer Commission; charges for cattle passports, publication and statistics; EU payments for Farm Account dataRelated agricultural services expenditure
7. Repayment of loans to harbour authorities; charges for licences under the Food and Environment Protection Act 1985, publications and statistics; EU receipts in respect of fish organisationsRelated fisheries expenditure
8. Charges for plant health and control work, seed and variety testing and pesticides work; sales of produce; charges for advisory visits, certifications, testing plants, animals and fish; charges for hire of equipment, publications and statistics; EU receipts for agriculture and fisheries research contract workRelated SASA, Fisheries Research Services (FRS) and Scottish Fisheries Protection Agency (SFPA) expenditure
9. Receipts of SASA, FRS and SFPA from services provided to external customersSASA, FRS and SFPA expenditure
10. Recoverable VAT, sale of research results and publicationsExpenditure on environmental services
11. Repayment of loansExpenditure on the new water and sewerage authorities

Overall amount: £430,000,000

PART 2 S SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

Type of receiptPurpose
1. Receipts from European Regional Development Fund and European Social FundExpenditure on projects supported by EU funding
2. Recoverable VAT; receipts from the sale of research results and publications; receipts from deemed hazardous substances consentExpenditure on environmental services
3. Rents from land and property; Erskine Bridge toll receipts; recoverable VATExpenditure on motorways and trunk roads
4. Receipts in respect of legal costs recovered by the Local Government Boundary CommissionPayments to the Local Government Boundary Commission
5. Recoverable VATPayment to Energy Action Grant Agency

[F16.Recovery of grants from voluntary organisations]

[F1Expenditure on grants to voluntary organisations]
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Amendments (Textual)

F1Entry in Sch. 2 Pt. 2 inserted (4.9.2000) by S.S.I. 2000/307, art. 2(3)

Overall amount: £150,000,000

PART 3 S SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

Type of receiptPurpose
1. Recovery of costs from local authorities in respect of self-governing schoolsExpenditure on education services
2. Contributions in respect of teachers’ and NHS superannuationExpenditure on teachers’ and NHS superannuation
3. Administration charges in respect of pensions misselling; recoverable VATRunning costs of the Scottish Public Pensions Agency
4. Admission charges and other income; recoverable VATExpenditure on historic buildings and monuments
[F25. Pensions contributionsExpenditure on pensions]
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Amendments (Textual)

F2Words in Sch. 2 Pt. 3 inserted (12.1.2001) by S.S.I. 2001/7, art. 2(4)(a)

Overall amount: £500,000,000

PART 4 S SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE ENTERPRISE AND LIFELONG LEARNING DEPARTMENT

Type of receiptPurpose
1. Repayments of student grantsExpenditure of the Student Awards Agency for Scotland
2. Recoverable VAT on payments to careers service companiesExpenditure on careers guidance
3. Departmental charges for Exchange Rate Guarantee SchemeExpenditure on departmental investment assistance
4. Recoverable VAT on miscellaneous expenditureOther enterprise and lifelong learning expenditure
5. Income from property management, investment management and other feesExpenditure on Scottish Enterprise and Highlands and Islands Enterprise

Overall amount: £5,000,000

PART 5 S SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Type of receiptPurpose
1. Charges to private patients; income generation schemes; dividends on public dividend capital loans to NHS trusts; interest on loans to NHS trusts; charges for the processing of plasma for the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety Northern Ireland; handling charges for blood products; sales of antibodies and related products; repayments of Project 2000 bursaries; contributions from NHS Trusts to clinical negligence and other risks scheme; National Insurance contributions [F3; recovery of charges from patients, dispensing contractors and practitioners]Expenditure on hospital and community health services
2. Prescription charges collected by dispensing doctors, pharmacists, Health Boards and appliance suppliers; sales of prescription pre-payment certificates; payments under the Pharmaceutical Price Regulation Scheme; rental of NHS properties; charges collected by dental practitioners and ophthalmologistsExpenditure on family health services
3. Sales of publications; fees for conferences and courses; royalties from projects developed with departmental assistance; sales of vitamin drops and tablets at NHS clinics; recoverable VAT; other miscellaneous incomeExpenditure on other health services
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Amendments (Textual)

F3Words in entry number 1 in Sch. 2 Pt. 5 added (12.1.2001) by S.S.I. 2001/7, art. 2(4)(b)

Overall amount: £970,000,000

PART 6 S SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT

Type of receiptPurpose
1. Superannuation contributions for police officers on secondment to the Scottish Police College (SPC); charges for students from outwith Scottish Police Forces; charges for use of SPC for various activitiesExpenditure of SPC
2. Contributions made by the Scottish Police Federation to the cost of salaries, etc. of their secretary and chairman; recoverable VAT on non-SPC common police service expenditureExpenditure on police services
3. Receipts from sale of prison-manufactured goods, services and other industries receipts; various receipts including receipts from land and buildings; recoverable VATExpenditure of the Scottish Prison Service
4. General receipts of the Scottish Fire Service Training School, including those from fire-related and other organisations which use the school’s teaching and conference facilities on a repayment basis; recoverable VATExpenditure of the Scottish Fire Service Training School
5. Civil defence receipts from sale of surplus and obsolete equipment; course receipts; rents from other bodies using radio masts or stations owned by the Scottish Executive; recoverable VAT in respect of severe weather warning systemsExpenditure on civil defence (including grants)
6. Superannuation contributions collected by the Scottish Legal Aid BoardExpenditure on legal aid
7. Recoverable VAT on criminal law, civil law and social work research; receipts from cinematography exemption certificate fees and criminal statistics; cash fees for civil cases; receipts of rents from minor occupiers; recoverable VAT for contracted out services; recoveries from the National Insurance FundMiscellaneous expenditure

Overall amount: £30,000,000

PART 7 S SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE (ADMINISTRATION)

Type of receiptPurpose
1. Payments from departments outwith the Scottish Executive for professional services; receipts from the Statistical Office of the EU; receipts of discounts; recoveries of legal costs; receipts from other services; New Deal receipts; recoveries from the National Insurance Fund; repayments of loans made to members of staff for house purchase; receipts of rent from minor occupiers; recoverable VAT; European Fast Stream receiptsScottish Executive core depart-ments running costs
[F42.Recoveries of salaries and other expenses of outward seconded and loaned staff; recoveries of salaries of staff assigned to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Agency (CICA)Expenditure on outward seconded and loaned staff and staff assigned to CICA]

[F53.Receipts from sequestration]

[F5Expenditure on the Accountant in Bankruptcy]
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Amendments (Textual)

F4Entry in Sch. 2 Pt. 7 substituted (12.1.2001) by S.S.I. 2001/7, art. 2(4)(c)(i)

F5Entry in Sch. 2 Pt. 7 inserted (4.9.2000) by S.S.I. 2000/307, art. 2(4)

Overall amount: [F6£20,000,000]

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F6Words in Sch. 2 Pt. 7 substituted (12.1.2001) by S.S.I. 2001/7, art. 2(4)(c)(ii)

PART 8 S SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAT

Type of receiptPurpose
1. Recovery of unused grant from voluntary bodiesExpenditure on voluntary sector

Overall amount: £10,000

PART 9 S REGISTRAR GENERAL OF BIRTHS, DEATHS AND MARRIAGES FOR SCOTLAND

Type of receiptPurpose
1. Receipts from sales of records services; sales of extracts on the Internet; recoverable VAT [F7; receipts from minor occupiers]Expenditure on Records Enterprise
2. Receipts from sales of records services; receipts from minor occupiers; recoverable VATRegistration expenditure
3. Receipts from Scottish Executive for running the NHS Central Register; receipts from sales of information by NHS Central Register; receipts from sales of vital statistics; recoverable VAT [F7; receipts from minor occupiers]Expenditure on vital events and NHS
4. Receipts from sales of Census and other geographical information; sales of population statistics; receipts from IT services; recoverable VAT [F7; receipts from minor occupiers]Expenditure on Census and population statistics
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Amendments (Textual)

F7Words in Sch. 2 Pt. 9 added (12.1.2001) by S.S.I. 2001/7, art. 2(4)(d)

Overall amount: £2,800,000

PART 10 S KEEPER OF THE RECORDS OF SCOTLAND

Type of receiptPurpose
1. Fees for the issue of photocopy orders; professional searchers contract fees; inspection fees; issue of microfilm and sale of facsimiles; receipts from conservation and binding services; a contribution from General Register Office for Scotland for binding services; receipts from Registers of Scotland Executive Agency for shared accommodation; recoverable VATRunning costs of the National Archives of Scotland

Overall amount: £1,100,000

PART 11 S CROWN OFFICE AND PROCURATOR FISCAL SERVICE

Type of receiptPurpose
1. Fees charged for administering the estates of persons who die intestate and without known heirs; ultimus haeres; sale of Statute Amendments; receipts from the sale of waste paper and obsolete office machinery; minor occupancy receipts F8. . .; recoverable VAT; contributions towards postal citation scheme; minor miscellaneous receiptsRunning costs of the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service
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Amendments (Textual)

F8Words in Sch. 2 Pt. 11 omitted (7.3.2001) by virtue of S.S.I. 2001/68, art. 2(4)(a)

Overall amount: [F9£600,000]

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F9Words in Sch. 2 Pt. 11 substituted (7.3.2001) by S.S.I. 2001/68, art. 2(4)(b)

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