Table 4

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE COLLECTIONS

Fiscal Years 1996 and 1997 ($000)

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                                          Fiscal         Fiscal      Percent
Source                                     1996           1997       Change
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STATE TAXES		                $8,356,923     $8,825,474      5.6%

	1935 Revenue Act Taxes	         6,657,048      6,997,556      5.1
		Retail sales	         4,164,894      4,373,041      5.0
		Use		           294,947        331,121     12.3
		Business and occupation  1,642,403      1,722,802      4.9
		Public utility		   199,782	  203,178      1.7
		Cigarette		   256,071	  254,060     (0.8)
		Liquor sales		    42,617	   45,232      6.1
		Penalties and interest	    56,334	   68,122     20.9

	Property and In-lieu Excises	 1,172,395	1,235,689      5.4
		State property tax	 1,105,289	1,169,184      5.8
		Timber excise (state)	    28,017	   25,147    (10.2)
		PUD privilege		    26,847	   27,346      1.9
		Leasehold excise (state)    12,242	   14,012     14.5

	Other State Taxes		   527,480	  592,229     12.3
		Estate		            62,087	   88,069     41.8
		Tobacco products	    19,331	   18,521     (4.2)
		Liquor liter		    56,800	   57,637      1.5
		Fish 		             1,333	    1,348      1.1
		Litter		             4,684	    5,236     11.8
		Real estate excise	   275,633	  301,444      9.4
		Convention center	    20,073	   24,657     22.8
		Hazardous substance	    18,881	   24,304     28.7
		Refuse collection (3.6%)    19,437	   21,620     11.2
		Wood stove fee		       490	      238    (51.4)
		Solid waste (1.0%)	     1,002	       --	--
		Carbonated beverage syrup   11,745	    9,505     19.1)
		Petroleum products		--	       --	--
		Brokered natural gas	     7,636	    8,708     14.0
		Oil spill tax		     6,151	    4,600    (25.2)
		IMR tax		             8,316	    8,412      1.2
		Rental car		    13,831	   17,887     29.3
		Metals mining fee		50	       43    (14.0)
ADMINISTRATIVE COLLECTIONS		   $28,641	  $23,985    (16.3)
	Escheats		               230	       90    (60.9)
	Property tax exemption fees	       126	      127      0.8
	Unclaimed property overage	    16,285	   10,017    (38.5)
	City/county expense fund	     6,719	    7,397     10.1
	Transit district expense fund	     3,953	    4,364     10.4
	Other local tax expense funds	     1,082	    1,644     51.9
	Principal/interest on EAA loans		81	       74     (8.6)
	Vehicle excise taxes and penalties	75	       84     12.0
	Miscellaneous receipts		        90	      188    108.9
LOCAL TAX COLLECTIONS		         1,116,033	1,277,500     14.5
Local sales/use taxes:
	City/county (1.0%)		   655,295	  722,450     10.2
	Transit district (0.1 - 0.6%)	   269,665	  303,465     12.5
 	Criminal justice (0.1%)		    57,602	   63,204      9.7
	Public facilities (0.1%)	     4,686	    5,067      8.1
	Juvenile detention (0.1%)	     2,996	   16,692    457.1
	Regional transit (0.4%)		        --	   16,707	--
City/county leasehold tax		    10,307	   13,786     33.8
County timber tax		            57,930	   54,646     (5.7)
Local hotel/motel taxes		            25,570	   28,348     10.9
Hazardous substance		            21,822	   26,266     20.4
Brokered natural gas		             1,261	    2,154     70.8
Rental car taxes:
	County (1.0%)		             3,316	    3,831     15.5
	King County baseball stadium (2.0)     956	    4,378    357.9
	Regional transit (0.8%)		        --	       62	--
King County taxes, prof. sports stadiums:
	Food & beverage (0.5%)		     3,204	   11,437    257.0
	Baseball stadium sales/use (0.017%)* 1,423	    5,007    251.9
	Football stadium sales/use (0.016%)*	--	       --	--
Rural distressed areas sales/use (0.04%)        --	       --	--
TOTAL DEPARTMENT COLLECTIONS		$9,501,597    $10,126,959      6.6%
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Note: Cash collections. Some taxes are actually collected by other agencies, e.g., liquor taxes, state property tax levy, and real estate excise tax, although the Department has administrative functions related to these taxes. *Tax is credited against state retail sales/use tax - no additional tax for consumers.