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ABSTRACT OF ARMY EST IMATES, 1907–08 - - - VOTES. % : Nos. PI.—NUMBERS: 12 A. NUMBER OF MEN ON THE HOME AND Coloxi.AL ESTABLISHMENTs of THE ARMY, ExcLUSIVE OF THOSE SERVING IN INDIA - - - - - - - - - - II.-ORDINARY EFFECTIVE SWRVICES: 25 1 PAY, &c. OF THE ARMY - - - - - - - - - - - - - 41 2 | MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT: PAY, &c. - - - - - - - - - 44 3 MILITIA : PAY, Bou NTY, &c. - - - - - - - - - - - - 7 4 IMPERIAL YEOMANRY: PAY AND ALLOWANCES - - - - - - - - 49 5 VolunTEER CORPs : PAY AND ALLOWANCES - - - - - - - - - 52 6 QUARTERINGS, TRANSPORT, AND REMOUNTs - - - - - - - - - 56 7 SUPPLIES AND CLOTHING - - - - - - - - - - - - - 61 8 . ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT ESTABLISHMENTS AND GENERAL STOREs (ORDINARY SERVICEs) - 63 9 ARMAMENTS AND ENGINEER STOREs (ORLINARY SERVICEs) - - - - - - 69 10 || WoRKS AND BUILDINGS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 82 11 ESTABLISHMENTS FOR MILITARY EDUCATION - - - - - - - - - 89 12 MISCELLANEOUs EFFECTIVE SERVICES - - - - - - - - - 91 13 WAR OFFICE AND ARMY ACCOUNTs DEPARTMENT - - - - - - - - ToTAL ORDINARY EFFECTIVE SERVICES - III. NON-EFFECTIVE SERVICES: 103 14 | NoN-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR OFFICERs, &c. - - - - - - - - 114 15 NON-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR MEN, &c. - - - - - - - - - - 123 16 Civil SUPERANNUATION COMPENSATION, AND COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES - - - TOTAL NON-EFFECTIVE SERVICES - ToTAL ORDINARY SERVICES - - IV. EXTRAORDINARY SERVICES. Re-armament of Horse and Field Artillery. 61 8 GENERAL STOREs (HARNESS, SADDLERY, &c.) - - - - - - - -- '-63 9 GUNs, CARRIAGES, AMMUNITION, &c. - - - - - - - - - - - ToTAL ExTRAORDINARY SNRVICES - GRAND TOTAL: ORDINARY AND ExtRAORDINARY SERVICES -

, 1907–08. 1906–07.
REPAYMENTS BY GoverNMENT OF INDIA INCLUDED As APPROPRIATIONS IN AID —
of ARMY ESTIMATES ; oth ER THAN STOREs, &c., Issued on REPAYMENT: £. 3.

To meet the Expenditure for Raising and Training Recruits for India - 566,700 562,700
For Deferred Pay and Gratuities for Service on the Indian Establishment 92,000 102,000
For Non-Effective Services of the European Army serving in India - 967,170 947,801
1,625,870 1,612,501

Deduct, CoNTRIBUTION FROM ARMY FUNDs TowARDs Cost of GARRI-
SoN of ADEN AND SEA TRANSPORT - - - - - 230,000 230,000
£. 1,395,870 1,382,501

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- - - - - ABSTRACT OF ARMY ESTIMATES, 1907–08.

1907 – 0 8. 19 () 6 – 0 7. INCREASE I DECREASE VOTES. - - ON NET ON NET GROSS APPRO- NET GROSS APPRO- NET --- - -Nos. PRIATIONS PRIATIONS ro-In ESTIMATES. I ESTIMATES. Estimate io Estimate. ESTIMATE is o ESTIMATE. Total Numbers. Total Numbers. Numbers. Numbers. A. --- - 190,000 - - 204,100 - 14,100 £. £. £. £. £. £. £. £. 1 10,893,000 1,058,000 9,835,000 11,282,000 1,062,000 10,220,000 - 385,000 2 461,800 1,800 460,000 491,700 1,700 490,000 - 30,000 3 847,000 7,000 840,000 828,000 9,000 819,000 21,000 4 411,000 1,000 410,000 423,750 750 423,000 - 13,000 5 1,182,000 30,000 1,152,000 1,245,800 1,800 1,244,000 - 92,000 6 1,964,000 55,000 I,909,000 2,160,000 49,000 2,111,000 - 202,000 7 4,444,400 384,400 4,060,000 4,879,400 387,400 4,492,000 - 432,000 8 814,000 206,000 608,000 951,000 206,000 745,000 - 137,000 9 1,591,000 396,000 1,195,000 1,801,000 415,000 1,386,000 - 191,000 10 2,541,740 105,740 2,436,000 2,439,750 86,750 2,353,000 83,000 11 203,800 66,800 137,000 205,100 73,100 132,000 5,000 12 68,000 1,000 67,000 77,700 700 77,000 - 10,000 13 567,250 250 567,000 559,250 250 559,000 8,000 £. 25,988,990 2,312,990 23,676,000 || 27,344,450 2,293,450 |25,051,000 117,000 1,492,000 14 || 2,190,568 476,568 1,714,000 || 9,147,421 453,421 1,694,000 20,000 15 2,201,782 492,782 1,709,000 2,179,557 495,557 1,684,000 25,000 16 173,026 26 173,000 180,133 133 180,000 - 7,000 g. 4,565,376 969,376 3,596,000 || 4,507,111 || 949,111 || 3,558,000 45,000 7,000 £ 30,554,366 3,282,366 27,272,000 || 31,851,561 3,242,561 |28,609,000 162,000 1,493,000

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NET DECREASE ON ORDINARY SERVICES - - - - - - - - - £. 1,337,000 8 12,000 | | – 12,000 30,000 - 30,000 - 18,000 9 476,000 - 476,000 1,157,000 - 1,157,000 - 681,000 f. 488,000 - 488,000 | 1,187,000 - 1,187,000 - 699,000

(a) £. 31,042,366 3,282,366 27,760,000 || 33,038,561 3,242,561 |29,796,000 162,000 2,198,000

NET DECREASE ON ORDINARY AND EXTRAORDINARY SERVICES - - £. 2,036,000

(a) In consequence of a transfer between Army and Civil Service Estimates, in o of the cost of construction and maintenance of administrative telegraphs and telephones, the Army Estimates are more by 3,600l. than they would otherwise have been, the Votes wiected being 9 and 10. 8,750l. was provided for these services in Civil Service Estimates, 1906–07.

War Office R. B. HALDANE. N. G. LYTTELTON, C.G.S. w. G. NICHOLSON, 0.1.6. 22nd February, 1907.] Fos C. W. DOUGLAS, A.G. C. F. HADDEN, M.G.0.

E. W. D. WARD, Secretary.

10 other Estimates.] ARMY ESTIMATES

STATEMENT showing the Total Estimated ExPENDITURE for the ARMY, including Amounts provided for in the Civil SERVICE and REVENUE DEPARTMENT ESTIMATES.

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£. £. ARMY ESTIMATES : Estimated Expenditure (after deducting Appropriations in Aid) - - 27,760,000 |29,796,000 Civil SERVICE ESTIMATEs: (a) Estimated Expenditure under— Class I. Vote 9.-Public Buildings, Great Britain: £. Rents, Insurance, Tithes, &c. - 2,930 New Works - - - ) * - 22,400 Maintenance, Caretaking, &c. ) Furniture - - - - - 6,350 Fuel, Gas, Water, &c. - - - 11,120 - 42,800 73,800

Class I. Vote 13–Rates on Government Property 194,700 197,200

I. , 14.—Public Works and Buildings, Ireland £.

New Works and Alterations - 2,068 Maintenance and Supplies, &c. - 4,831 Furniture, Fittings, &c. - - 818 Fuel, Light, Water, &c. - - 2,065 - 9,782 12,006 Class II Vote 14.—Exchequer and Audit Department (Cost of Audit, including Cash, Store, and Manufacturing Accounts) - - - - - 21,973 22,473 , II. , 23–Stationery and Printing - - - - 130,000 130,000 , III. , 1.—Law Charges, England - - - - - 6,787 6,888 , III. , 8.-Prisons, England - - - - - - 1,893 2,936 , III. , 11.—Law Charges and Courts of Law, Scotland - 1,000 1,200 , III. , 14––Prisons, Scotland - - - - - - 300 350 , III. , 21.—Prisons, Ireland - - - - - - 4,386 1,695 , WI. , 1–Superannuations, &c. (Sub-Head E.) - - 100 100 REVENUE I) EPARTMENTS: Postage, &c. - - - - - - - - - - - 23,500 23,800 Telegraph Service - - - - - - - - - - 14,000 13,300 Analysis of Food, &c. - - - - - - - - - 350 350 ToTAL - - - £. 28,211,571 30282098

(a) Provision is also made in the Estimate for Osborne (Class I. Vote 2) for expenditure in connection with the treatment of invalid officers of the Army in the Convalescent Home at Osborne.

NUMBER OF OFFICERS AND MEN

THE ARMY, ARMY RESERVE, AND AUXILIARY FORCES.

ON THE REGIMENTAL ESTABLISHMENTS OF

ESTABLISHMENTs, EFFECTIVEs, All Ranks. All Ranks. Numbers Date 1907–08. 1906–07. by of latest returns. latest returns.

REGULAR FoRCES (Regimental), Home and o

Colonial - - - - - - - 169,723 180,458 171,163 Jan. 1, 1907. CoLoRIAL AND NATIVE INDIAN CORPS - - 9,598 12,491 (a) 10,730 xx ARMY RESERVE - - - - - - - 129,000 122,000 113,174 xx

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MILITIA, UNITED KINGDOM (including Permanent

Staff) - - - - - - - 130,737 132,408 92,719 22 MILITIA RESERVE DIVISION - - - - 7,700 8,000 7,739 ax. MILITIA, CHANNELISLANDs (including Permanent

Staff) - - - - - - - 3,163 3,160 3,062 July 1, 1906. MILITIA, MALTA AND BERMUDA (including

Permanent Staff) - - - - - 2,543 2,543 1,851 Jan. 1, 1907. IMPERIAL YEOMANRY (including Permanent Staff) 27,638 27,638 25,693 xx (b) VolunTEERs (including Permanent Staff) - || 337,072 339,675 248,416 xx.

TOTAL Home and Colonial
Establishments - - 817,174 828,373 674,547

REGULAR FORCES (Regimental) on Indian

Establishment - - - - - - 75,967 75,031 78,530 Jan. 1, 1907.

ToTAL - - - 893,141 903,404 753,077

(a) Including 116 miscellaneous Troops in North China.

(b). Excluding members of the Railway Reserve, Post Office Corps and Telegraph Reserve, who are attached to Volunteer

Corps, but are included above under Army Reserve.

Vote (A.)

NUMBER OF MEN ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE REGULAR

ARMY, EXCLUSIVE OF INDIA. (For India see p. 13.)
Offi Warrant Serieants Do Rank w ALL RANKS.
cers. Officers. Serjeants. run. File. | roy
Cavalry, including Household Cavalry - 562 45 1,158 173 12,598 14,536 14,895
Royal Horse and Field Artillery - - 746 51 1,200 298 || 17,020 19,315 20,095
Royal Garrison Artillery - - - 596 91 1,226 176 | 12,520 14,609 16,467
Royal Engineers - - - - - 669 143 1,214 133 6,991 9,150 9,865
Infantry, including Foot Guards - - 3,025 284 5,191 1,895 83,721 94,116 103,465
Army Service Corps - - - - 458 263 981 74 5,048 6,824 7,013
Royal Army Medical Corps - - - 697 62 517 28 3,515 4,819 4,904
Colonial and Native Indian Corps - - | (a) 304 6 450 152 8,686 9,598 12,491
Departmental Corps - - - - 332 141 767 12 1,502 2,754 2,654
Additional numbers (b) - - - - 300 - 700 - 2,600 3,600 1,100
TOTAL, Regiments - - - - || 7,689 | 1,086 13,404 2,941 154,201 (e) 179,321 192,949
PERMANENT STAFF OF AUXILIARY - - -----
FORCES:
Honourable Artillery Company - - 1 - 4 - - 5 5
Imperial Yeomanry - - - - 58 - 290 - - 348 348
Militia Artillery (c)- - - - - 58 33 501 187 95 874 1,115
Volunteer Artillery - - - - 66 - 341 - - 407 409
Militia Engineers (c) - - - - (d) 2 56 17 - 75 130
Volunteer Engineers - - - - (e) - 109 - - 109 112
Militia Infantry (c) - - - - - 254 126 2,406 982 8 3,776 3,775
Volunteer Infantry - - - - 227 - 1,269 - - 1,496 1,502
Royal Army Medical Corps Militia- - - 30 - - 30 33
Volunteer Medical Corps and Bearer Cos. 4 - 67 - - 71 71
ToTAL, Permanent Staff of Auxiliary Forces 668 161 5,073 1,186 103 7, 191 7,500
STAFF AND DEPARTMENTS:
Inspector-General of the Forces and
Staff - - - - - - - -
Headquarters Staff - - - - 1: S 43 - - (f) 1. 1.
Staff of Commands - - - - - || 412 18 34 — - 464 473
Recruiting Staff - - - - - 20 - - - - 20 21
Including Head-
Army Medical Staff quartersStaff and 133 - - || – - 133 127
other Officers not |
Army Veterinary Staff included under 3 - - - - 3 103
Regiments. -
Army Chaplains’ Department - - - 117 - - - - 117 117
Army Accounts Department - - - - -
y (Late Army Pay o and Corps.) 197 50 565 - 195 1,007 1,056
TOTAL, Staff and Departments - - | 1,036 76 642 || – 195 1,949 2,105
MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENTS
(Exclusive of OFFICERs and MEN included under
“REGIMENTs.")
Staff of Military Prisons - - - 13 7 186 - 27 233 251
Staff of Schools of Gunnery - - - 26 6 42 - 54 128 131
Staff of Schools of Musketry - - - 13 4 45 - 2 6 | 64
Gymnastic Staff - - - - - 18 1 150 - - 169 168
Royal Military Academy - - - 26 3 6 2 - 37 43
Royal Military College - - - - 40 4 28 - 18 90 91
Ordnance College - - - - - 15 5 22 2 94 138 153
Other Colleges and Schools - - - 28 11 52 1 5 97 } *)
Army School Establishments - - - 18 169 85 - - 272 259
Ordnance Factories - - - - 18 - - - - 18 15
Clerical Staff, Grouped Regimental Districts - - - - - (g) 45
Miscellaneous Establishments, including
Officers seconded for study, &c. 149 6 31 - 107 293 326
ToTAL, Miscellaneous Establishments - 35T 216 647 5 307 1,539 1,546
NUMBER TO BE WOTED - - || 9,757 1,539 || 19,766 || 4,132 154,806 190,000 204,100

(a) Including 2 Medical Officers of the Royal Malta Artillery;

(b) These are numbers required to cover temporary and occasional excess of establishment in all arms.

ded under Infantry.

(c) Including Permanent Staff of Channel Islands and Colonial Militia.
(d) The 5 Officers are included in Establishment of Royal Engineers. .
(e) The 22 Adjutants are included in the Establishment of Royal Engineers. - -
(f) There are in addition 27 War:ant Officers and 63 Non-Commissioned Officers employed at the War Office included in the

Establishments of “Regiments.”
(g) Now replaecil by ex scléiers.

In 1906–7 they were inclu-

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