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Vote 14.—NoN-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR OFFICERs, &c.—continued.

P-Rositio. YEOMANRY CAVALRY, ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, Numbers. 1907–08. 1906–07. 1906–07. 1907–08. - £. s. d. £. s. d. l I Lieutenant-Colonel and Assistant AdjutantGeneral (at 10s. a day) - - - - - - 182 10 – 182 10 110 104 Adjutants (at 3s. to 10s. a day) - - - - 15,111 13 4 15,987 13 4 8 7 | Quartermasters (at 2s. 6d. to 10s. a day) - - - 489 10 - 580 15 — 15,783 13 4 16,750 18 4 Probable variation during the year - - - — 783 13 4 – 750 18 4 —I-I-II- TOTAL - - - £. 15,000 — — 16,000 – — Q.—COMMUTATION OF RETIRED ALLOWANCES TO MILITIA, YEOMANRY CAVALRY, AND VOLUNTEER OFFICERS: Amount of Annuities payable for Ten Years to the National Ao- | Debt Commissioners, for the repayment of the Commuted. Sums advanced by them in commutation of Retired — Allowances, &c., in each of the following years:– £. s. d Year ended 31 December 1896 - - - - - - - 93 10 – ,, ,, 31 December 1897 - - - - - - - • ? ,, 31 December 1898 - - - - - - - * * ,, 31 December 1899 - - - - - - - -* * ,, 31 December 1900 - - - - - * - - ,, , , 31 December 1901 - - - - - 145 – – 147 17 — 147 17 — ** ,, 31 December 1902 - - - - - - - -,, , , 31 December 1903 - - - - - - - ,, , , 31 December 1904 - - - - - - - – * > ,, 31 December 1905 - - - - - - * * ,, 31 December 1906 - - - - - - - 145 – – TOTAL - - - £. 147 17 - 24l 7 H.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID: Sum to be received in aid of Army Estimates to meet the Non-Effective Charges for the Regular Forces serving in India: £. £. Rewards for Distinguished Service, &c. - - - - - - 3,809 3,652 Half Pay, &c. * - - - - - - - - - - 13,500 7,960 Retired Pay, Gratuities, &c. - - - - - - - - 410,376 393,423 Widows' Pensions * - - - - - - - - - 46,202 45,844 Pensions for Wounds - - - - - - - - - - 2,251 2,213 476,138 - 453,092 Miscellaneous Receipts - - - - - - - - - - - 430 , 329 329 Total . . . e. 476,568 453,421

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Vote 15.

PENSIONS AND OTHER NON-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR WARRANT OFFICERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, MEN, AND OTHERS.

I. AN ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908, to defray the Expense of CHELSEA and KILMAINHAM HospitaLs; of OUT-PENSIONs; REWARDs for DISTINGUISHED SERVICES; WIDows' PENSIONs; and other non-effective charges for WARRANT OFFICERs, NoN-CoMMIssionED OFFICERs and MEN, &c.

One Million Seven Hundred and Nine Thousand Pounds.

II.

SUB-HEADs under which this Wote will be accounted for.

1907-08. | 1906–07. INCREASE. DECREASE. T IN-PENSIONS. £. £. £. £. A.—CHELSEA HOSPITAL - - - 27,400 29,100 - 1,700 B.—KILMAINHAM HOSPITAL - - - - - 6,825 6,850 - 25 34,225 35,950 - 1,725 o OUT-PENSIONS. C.—CHELSEA PENSIONS OF WARRANT OFFICERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, MEN, AND OTHERS, AND GRATUITIES IN COMMUTATION * AND IN'ili EU OF PENSIONS - - - - - || 2,087,250 2,061,000 26,250 D.—MAINTENANCE OF LUNATICS FOR WHOM PENSIONS ARE NOT DRAWN - - - - 2,800 2,850 - 50 E.—PENSIONS OF ARMY SCHOOLMISTRESSES AND NURSES - - - - - - - - - 8,000 7,500 500 2,098,050 2,071,350 26,750 50 REWARDS FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICES, &c. F. —REWARDS TO WARRANT OFFICERS AND NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS FOR DISTINGUISHED OR MERITORIOUS SERVICES - - 7,690 7,690 - G. —VICTORIA CROSS PENSIONS - 850 850 - H.—YEOMAN WARDERS OF THE TOWER OF LONDON - - - - - - - - - 967 967 -- J.—GRATUITIES TO SOLDIERS FOR DISTINGUISHED CONDUCT, AND FOR LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT - - - - - - - 4,000 3,750 250 13,507 13,257 250 – WIDOWS' PENSIONS, &c. - K.—PENSIONS, COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES, AND GRATUITIES TOWIDOWS AND CHILDREN OF WARRANT OFFICERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND MEN, &c. - - - - 56,000 59,000 - 3,000 - Deduct, 2,201,782 2,179,557 27,000 4,775 L.— APPROPRIATIONS IN AID - - - - 492,782 495,557 2,775 NET TOTAL - - - £. 1,709,000 1,684,000 29,775 4,775 NET INCREASE - - £25,000.

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Vote 15.-PENSIONS AND OTHER NON-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR WARRANT OFFICERs, &c.—continued.

III. DETAILs of the foregoing. A.—CHELSEA HOSPITAL : ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, l 1907–08. 1906–07. Numbers. 1906-07. 1907–08. £. £. 1 1 (a)Governor, in addition to Half-Pay of 1,300l. as Field Marshal - - - - - - - - - 500 500 l 1 (a)Lieutenant Governor and Secretary, in addition to Half Pay (Pay 400l., and 13l. in lieu of light) - - 413 400 l 1 (a)Physician and Surgeon (Pay 730l. ; 18l. in lieu of servants, and 91. in lieu of light) - - - - - 7.59 757 l l (a) Deputy Surgeon (Pay, 549l.; 18l. in lieu of servant, and 8l. in lieu of light) - - - - - - - 575 665 1 1 (a)Chaplain (Pay, 320l., 18l. in lieu of servant, 8l. in lieu of light, and 100l. for assistance) - - - - 446 538 l 1 Acting Roman Catholic Chaplain (receives also 50l. a year from Vote 11, Sub-Head E., for duties at the Duke of York's Royal Military School) - - - 100 100 6 6 (a)(b)Captains of Invalids (including 10l. each in lieu of clothing), in addition to Retired Pay and Pensions for Wounds - - - - - - - - - 316 316 1 1 (a)Adjutant (Pay, 300l., 18l. in lieu of servant, and 31. in lieu of light) in addition to pension for wounds - - | 321 320 l 1 (a)0uartermaster (Pay, 275l.; 10l. in lieu of clothing, 18l. in lieu of servant, and 4l. in lieu of light) . - - 307 306 l 1 (a) Dispenser and House Surgeon (from 10s. a day by - 2s. 6d., quinquennially to 17s. 6d. a day) - - - 114 228 l 1 (a)Matron and Housekeeper (from 120l. by 5l. annually to 170l. per annum, with 20l. for board) - - " - 147 122 1 - Assistant Matron (including 3!, a year for washing and ls, a day in lieu of rations) - - - - - - - 61 1 1 (a)Whitster, after one year on probation at 60l. (in addition - to Out-Pension) - - - - - - - 70 70 1 1 (a)Organist - - - - - - - - - 50 50 1 1 Fireman (at 35s, a week) - - - - - - 91 91 32 13 Ward and Infirmary Nurses (at 1s. 6d. to 2s. 3d. a day) 440 980 Infirmary Staff:- 20 Housekeeper and Nurses (at 25l. to 40l. a year) - 604 - 12 Domestic Servants - - - - - - - 223 Messing, Washing, and Clothing Allowances for Ward and Infirmary Nurses, &c. - - - - - 822 568 6 6 Staff Serjeants (at 1s. 6d. to 3s. 4d. a day, in addition to Out-Pension) - - - - - - - - 255 262 4 4 Infirmary Orderlies (at 2s. a day, in addition to Out Pension) - - - - - - - - - 146 146 62 74 - - - - - Carried forward - - - £. 6,699 6,480

(a) These have unfurnished apartments with fuel and light.
(b) Two Captains of Invalids draw allowances only without pay.

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Vote 15.-PENSIONS AND OTHER NON-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR WARRANT OFFICERs, &c.—continued. A.—CHELSEA HOSPITAL–continued. - ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, - 1907–08. 1906–07. Numbers. *1906–07. 1907–08. — £. £

640 649 || - - - - - - Brought forward - - - 22,566 23,114

SALARIES of Clerks, &c., in the Office of the Lieutenant

Governor and Secretary:

1 (a) Assistant Secretary - - - - - - 650 650 1 – | Senior Clerk (at marimum salary of 500l. per annum) - - 600

1 Junior Clerk (at maximum salary of 400l. per
annum) - - - - - - - - - - 400 400

2 3 (a) Staff Clerks; from 350l. by 15l. annually to 450l. a
year - - - - - - - - - 1,163 772

l 1 Minor Staff Clerk; from 200l. by 10, annually to
300l. per annum - - - - - - - 208 233

4 4 Second Division Clerks; from 70l. by 5l., 71. 10s., and
10l. annually to 250l. per annum - - - - 395 450

2 2 Ex-soldier Clerks, Class “A,” at 7s 6d. to 10s. a day
(in addition to Out-Pension) - - - - - 341 322

19 10 Ex-soldier Clerks, Class “B,” at 4s. 6d. to 6s, a day
(in addition to Out-Pension) - - - - - 1,098 2,076

3 3 Boy Clerks; from $5s, a week, rising by 1s. a week
per annum - - - - - - - - 132 134

1 1 (a) Office Keeper, from 90l., by 5l. annually to 120l. per
annum (including 68l. allowance for Servants) - 188 188

2 2 (a) Messengers (in addition to Out-Pension and ls, a
week to one as Orderly, for Presbyterian Services) - 55 55
2 2 || Messengers (temporary) at 18, a day each (In-Pensioners) 36 36

1 Messenger (temporary) at 21s, a week (in addition to
Out-Pension) - - - - - - - - 55 65

Contingencies, and the Expenses attending the -
| Examination of Invalids discharged - - - 113 115

680 680 ToTAL - - - £. (b) 27,400 (b) 29,100

(a) The Assistant Secretary, one Staff Clerk, the Office Keeper and two Messengers are allowed unfurnished apart. ments with fuel and light.

(b) NOTE.-The Fuel, Furniture, &c. of this Establishment are supplied by the Office of Works, and the cost is included in the Estimates for Civil Services. The following Statement shows the estimated expenditure on account of Chelsea Hospital, which is not chargeable against Parliamentary Wotes:—

- * £. From the Unclaimed [| Prize Shares - - - - - - - - - - - - - 30 Army Prize Fund, Maintenance of Grounds (including pay of Park-keepers) - - - - 1,186 under the provisions.{ | Parochial Rates on Officers' Quarters - - - - - - - - - 600 of Act 2, Will. 4, Glebe Rent - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3 c. 53 - - - - U Gratuities to Gardeners, etc., on retirement - - - - - - - - 20 From Rents received - - 1,839 from the Gordon House }| Extra Pay, at one penny a-day, to 498 In-Pensioner Privates - - - 758 .* *p i. d 758 From the Drouly an - - - - Y - - - Ranelagh Legacies !) Bounty to each In-pensioner, varying according to rank 141 141 From the Ranelagh and \ -nansi - - - - - - - De la Fontaine Legacy J Cost of Great Coats for In-pensioners 200 200 s Cost *o: given to In-pensioners Cl - & - - - - #. Extra Pay to Cooks, Retired Serjeants, Choir, &c. - - - - From the Drouly Legacy Newspapers, Books, &c., for Library, &c. - - - - - - - 85 Extra Diet on Festivals, &c., &c. - - - - - - - - 200 62 5 From the Drouly and \| Expenses of In-pensioners at Convalescent Homes - - - - 110 Stuart Legacies - s Cleaning and Preservation of Trophies - - - - - - - 8 Insurance of Buildings - - - - - - - - - - - 94 --- 212 TOTAL - - - £. 3.775

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