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Vote 16.

CIVIL SUPERANNUATION, COMPENSATION, COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES AND GRATUITIES.

I. AN ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908, to defray the Expense of Civil SUPERANNUATION, COMPENSATION, CoMPASSIONATE ALLowANCES and GRATUITIEs; and of PAYMENTs under the Workmen's Compensation Act.

One Hundred and Seventy-three Thousand Pounds.

II. SUB-HEADS under which this Wote will be accounted for. 1907–08. 1906–07. INCREASE, DECREASE. - £. £. £. £. A.—SUPERANNUATION ALLOWANCES - - 113,000 117,000 - 4,000 B.–COMPENSATION ALLOWANCES 50,000 53,200 - 3,200 | -C.–COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES - - - 550 550 - AD.—GRATUITIES - - - - - - - - 8,000 8,000 - :E.—PAYMENTS UNDER THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT - - - - - 500 500 - -F.-COMMUTATION OF COMPENSATION ALLOWANCES, &c. - - - - - - 976 883 93 173,026 180,133 93 7,200 Deduct, •G.-APPROPRIATIONS IN AID - - - - - 26 133 107 NET TOTAL - - £. 173,000 180,000 200 7,200

NET DECREASE - . . s. 7,000.

Vote 16.--SUPERANNUATION, COMPENSATION, AND COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCEs, &c.—continued.

III. DETAILs of the foregoing.

ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, A.—SUPERANNUATION ALLOWANCES :- 1907–08. 1906–07. Nos. (1.) Salaried Establishment, &c.: - - £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. 300 Allowances in force when the Estimates, 1906–07, were prepared - - - || 60,682 14 – 22 || Allowances which have ceased since date of last Estimate - - - - 4,283 19 6 -- — 56,398 14 6 59,404 13 8. 278 Allowances which have been granted since date of last Estimate:— - Period Salary at Amount N.A.M.E. ; : * * **, o FFICE. of Age. Time of of o Service. Retirement. Pension. * : . | Yrs. Mos. Yrs. £ s. d. £ s. d. Bailey, Thomas Parkin - - Messenger, War Office - - - - - 18 8 58 107 10 - || 32 5 Binnington, James - - . . Warder Cook, Military Prisons Department 21 2 60 81 13 - 6 28 11. 8 Cartwright, Joseph Garner - || Messenger, War Office - - - - - || 15 1 60 97 10 - || 28 8 9 Esse, William Charles - - || Senior Clerk, Chelsea Hospital . 42 2 61 600 2 8 |400 1 9 Gaunt, William - - - || Warder, Military Prisons Department 18 7 41 148 16 4 || 32 12 9 Harris, Henry Herbert - - so Division Clerk (Higher Grade),war 35 — 60 329 10 - 192 4 2 ce. Kennedy, Henry Leslie - Storekeeper, Royal Army Clothing Depart- 34 1 65 - || 700 - - 396 13 4 ment. Leonard, Thomas Henry. Chief Warder (2nd Class), Military Prisons 22 10 55 152 16 - || 56 – 6 - Department. Masson, Frederick - - Second Division Clerk, War Office 21 — 40 250 - - || 87 10 Minards, John Menear - so Division Clerk (Higher Grade), War 40 3 60 334 10 - 223 - ce. Moors, Thomas Nelson - In poor of Shipping, War Department 50 – 66 290 - - 193 6 8 Morrison, John - kioenenger, War Office - - - 22 - 60 150 - - || 55 - Moxon, Harry - - - Warder, Military Prisons Department 22 1 54 91 18 6 || 48 2 6 Pearson, William : - - Staff Clerk, War Office - - - 27 5 46 450 - - 202 10 – Rogers, Charles Robert - - so Division Clerk (Higher Grade), War 27 46 291 - - 130 19 – ce. Watson, Henry Blauton - so Division Clerk (Higher Grade), War I 44 – 60 285 – – 190 - ce. Willing, Samuel A. F. - - || Chief Warder (2nd Class), Military Prisons 22 2 49 144 16 - || 53 1 10 Department. 17 H 2,345 7 11 1,278 – 4' - Duffy, Peter (since deceased) - Warder, Military Prisons Department - || 14 – 49 89 13 6 20 18 6 Norman, Edward James Higher Division Clerk, War Office 40 0 60 530 - - |353 6 8 (since deceased) 295 • *. 58,744 2 5 60,682 14 Probable variation during the year - - - - - - - - || – 2,244 2 5 || – 2,182 14 – 56,500 – – 58,500 — — (2.) Wages Class (Artificers, &c.): £. s. d. 973 Allowances in force when the Estimates, 1906–07, were prepared - - || 51,644 17 2 74 Allowances which have ceased since date of last Estimate - - - 3,580, 17 8 899 - - 48,063 19 6 87 Allowances granted since date of last Estimate - - - - - || 1,818 3 10 936 49,882 3 4 Probable variation during the year - - - - - - –882 3 4 - 49,000 – – 51,000 (3.) Metropolitan Police: s Proportion of Superannuation for Metropolitan Police formerly employed at | 7,200 - Military Stations. 1 | Allowance granted to a Serjeant of Police (wholly chargeable against Army 70 4 7 Votes), Probable variation during the year - - - - - - || + 229 15 5 7,500 – – 7,500 1,232 - - - - - - - - - - - - - Total for SUPERANNUATION AllowANCES - - £. 113,000 – – 117,000

Vote 16.-SUPERANNUATION, COMPENSATION, AND COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCEs, &c.—continued.

B.—COMPENSATION ALLOWANCES : ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, 1907–08. 1906–07. Nos. - (1.) Salaried Establishment, &c : £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. 133 || Allowances in force when the Estimates, 1906–07, were prepared 29,363 9 2 13 | Allowances which have ceased since date of last Estimate 2,618 5 8 120 26,745 3. 6 || 28,202 4 Allowances which have been granted since date of last Estimate. Period | Salary at Amount N.A.M.E. O FFIC E. of Age. Time of of Service. Retirement. Pension. | Yrs, Mos. Yrs. £ s. d. £ s. d. Coulter, George Gerald Staff Clerk, War Office - - 38 - 51 450 - - 247 10 – Sharpe, James Supplementary Clerk, War Office 32 – 50 350 - - | 186 13 4 Williams, Henry - Chief Warder, Military Prisons 30 5 : 54 229 15 6 113 13 1. Department. - - | 547 16 5 || 1,161 5 2 3 - 2 1 29,363 9 2 123 27,292 19 1 Probable variation during the year - - - - || – 1,492 19 11 –663 9 2 25,800 – – 28,700 - (2.) Wages Class, Artificers, &c.: £ s. d. 644 Allowances in force when the Estimates, 1906–07, were prepared 24,650 3 11 37 Allowances which have ceased since date of last Estimate –1,238 19 1 607 23,411 4 10 31 Allowances which have been granted since date of last Estimate - 1,042 10 5 638 ||— 24,453 15 3 Probable variation during the year - - –253 15 3 24,200 — — 24,500 - 761 || - - - - - - - Total for COMPENSATION ALLOWANCES - - £. 50,000 — — | 53,200 - C.—COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES : Nos. (1.) Widows and Children: £ s. d. 22 Allowances in force when the Estimates, 1906–07, were prepared - 258 – – - Allowance has ceased since date of last Estimate - - - 258 – — — Allowance has been granted since date of last Estimate - 22 –– 258 - 258 – – (2.) Other Persons: 12 Allowances in force when the Estimates, 1906–07, were prepared 276 14 ll 1 Allowance has been reduced since date of last Estimate - - 7 7 9 12 269 7 2 | — Allowance has been granted since date of last Estimate - - 12 F- 269 7 2 Probable variation during the year - - - - + 22 12 10 - 292 – – 292 – – 34 || - - Total for COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES - £. 550 – – 550 – —

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D.—GRATUITIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8,000 — — 8,000 — — | E. –PAYMENTS UNDER THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT . - - 500 — — 500 – F.—COMMUTATION OF COMPENSATION ALLOWANCES, &c. : Amount - of Annuities payable for Ten Years to the National Pensions Debt Commissioners for the repayment of the Commuted. Sums advanced by them in Commutation of Compensation Allowances, &c., in each of the following years: £. s. d Year ended 31st December 1896 - - - - - - 18 15 — -- -> ,, 1897 100 - - 100 l – 100 l – * * - x -- 1898 . . . . . . . - - * > * * 1899 103 6 8 113 6 113 6 * - * * ,, 1890 97 16 6 96 1 96 1 – | - -- -- 1901 - - - * - ** ,, 1902 – - * - * * ,, . 1903 186 13 4 245 5 245 5 — * * - * 1904 220 10 206 13 210 – > * 1905 120 - - 99 2 99 2 – > * x - * - 1906 86 13 4 115 11 914 19 10 TOTAL - - - £. 975 19 882 10 G. — APPROPRIATIONS IN AII) | Miscellaneous Receipts - - • 26 – 133 – –

A PP E N DIC E S.

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