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General Fund Spending $10.3 Million Under Appropriations in Fiscal 1957-58

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Total revenue and funds availability for the North Carolina General Fund amounted to over $307 million for 1958. Expenditures for the state during this time period, for public safety, welfare, education and others, only amounted to over $277 million. This left the state with a balance of $29, 347, 993. Although there was a surplus in the budget, there were no material changes to the proportions of total revenue raised from the ten major sources including individual and corporate income and sales, franchise, license, insurance, inheritance, and beverage taxes.