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NEW BUILDING AND ELECTRONIC DATA-PROCESSING EQUIPMENT

In the Commission's budget for fiscal 1966 the Congress appropriated funds for relocation of offices in Washington, D.C. Shortly after the end of the 1965 fiscal year, the General Services Administration signed a lease for a new eight story office building on North Capitol Street, a location near Union Station and easily accessible to the public. This building will house all of the Commission's Washington activities, including the Washington Regional Office.

After the relocation of offices, a computer system and related equipment will be installed in the new building. This electronic dataprocessing equipment will initially be used for record keeping and agency administrative functions. Later, it will also be employed in the Commission's regulatory work, including economic studies and surveillance of the markets.

PART XI

APPENDIX

STATISTICAL TABLES

TABLE 1.-A 31-year record of registrations effective under the Securities Act

of 1933fiscal years 1935-1965

(Amounts in millions of dollars)

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1935. 1936. 1937 1938. 1939 1940. 1941. 1942. 1943. 1944. 1945. 1946. 1947 1948. 1949. 1950. 1951 1952. 1953. 1954. 1955 1956. 1957. 1958. 1959 1960. 1961. 1962 1963 1964 1965.

284 689 840 412 344 306 313 193 123 221 340 661 493 435 429 487 487 635 593 631 779 906 876

813 1,070 1, 426 1, 550 1, 844 1, 157 1, 121 1, 266

$913
4, 835
4,851
2, 101
2, 579
1,787
2, 611
2, 003

659
1, 760
3, 225
7, 073
6,732
6, 405
5,333
5, 307
6, 459
9, 500
7, 507
9, 174
10, 960
13, 096
14, 624
16, 490
15, 657
14, 367
19, 070
19, 547
14, 790
16,860
19, 437

$686
3, 936
3, 635
1, 349
2,020
1, 433
2,081
1, 465

486
1,347
2, 715
5, 424
4,874
5,032
4, 204
4, 381
5, 169
7, 529
6, 326
7,381
8, 277
9, 206
12,019
13, 281
12, 095
11, 738
16, 260
16, 286
11, 869
14,784
14, 656

$490 3,153 2, 426

666 1, 593 1,112 1,721 1, 041

316

732
1, 851
3, 102
2, 937
2, 817
2, 795
2, 127
2,838
3, 346
3,093
4, 240
3,951
4,123
5, 689
6,857
5, 265
4, 224
6,162
4, 512
4,372
4,554
3, 710

$28 252 406 209 109 110 164 162

32 343 407 991 787 537 326 468 427 851 424 531 462 539 472 427 443 253 248 253 270 224 307

$168 631 802 474 318 210 196 263 137 272

456 1,331 1, 150 1,678 1,083 1, 786 1, 904 3, 332 2, 808 2,610 3, 864 4,544 5, 858 5, 998 6,387 7, 260 9,850 11,521

7, 227 10, 006 10,638

1 Statements registering American Depositary Receipts against outstanding foreign securities as provided by Form S-12 are included. ? For 10 months ended June 1935.

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TABLE 2.Registrations effective under the Securities Act of 1933, fiscal year ended

June 30, 1965

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1965
January
February
March.
April
May.
June..

Total, fiscal year

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567

5, 346, 799

1965.

$1,266

1, 463 | 19, 436, 768

1,210 | 14,655, 896

PART 2.-PURPOSE OF REGISTRATION AND TYPE OF SECURITY

(Amounts in thousands of dollars 1]

Type of security

Purpose of registration

All types

Bonds, de

bentures, and notes

Preferred

stock

Common
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$3,905, 688
3, 710, 441
3, 457, 274
3, 153, 922

All registrations (estimated value)..
For account of issuer for cash sale.
For immediate offering
Corporate.
Offered to:

General public
Security holders.

Other special groups.
Foreign governments.
For extended cash sale and other issues
For account of issuer for other than cash sale.
For account of other than issuer.

For cash sale.
Other....

$19, 436, 768
14, 655, 896
5, 650, 151
5, 346, 799
3, 770, 133
1, 465, 702

110, 964

303, 352 9,005, 744 1, 990, 046 2, 790, 826 1, 836, 539

954, 288

2, 724, 074
412, 774

17, 074
303, 352
253, 167
186, 180

9,068 2, 760 6,308

$596, 968 $14, 934, 111 307, 335 10, 638, 119 300, 201 1,892, 676 300, 201 1,892, 676 243, 426 802, 632 55, 775

997, 153 1,000

92, 890 0 7, 134 8, 745, 443 286,083 1, 517, 784

3,550 2, 778, 208 2,650

1, 831, 129 900

947, 080

See footnotes at end of part 4 of table.

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