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XII. WAR OF FIC E A N D A R M Y AC CO U N T S D EPA I. T. M. ENT. Army War |Accounts Office. I)epartment. £. £. Vote 13.-Salaries and Miscellaneous Charges - - - - - - - - || 298,500 268,500 WoTE 1.--Gratuities, Deferred Pay, &c., of Military Clerks - - - - - l 900 Vote 2.—Medicines, &c. - - - - - - - - - - - - 30 100 Vote 6.-Lodging and Stable Allowances - - - - - - -- - - 2,500 16,000 Field Allowances - - - - - - - - - - - - - 100 Travelling Expenses and Conveyance of Stores, &c. - - - - 5,000 10,000 Vote 7.—Provisions and Allowances in lieu - - - - - - 1,300 7,100 Forage Allowance - - - - - - - - - - - - 600 Fuel and Light Allowance - - - - - - - - * -- * - 1,300 8,450 Colonial Allowance - - - - - - - - - - - 1,600 Clothing of Military Clerks - - - - - - - 750 3,000 Vote 8.—Equipment of Military Clerks - - - - - 50 1,100 WOTE 10.-Barrack Accommodation - - - - - - - - - - - 1,200 Vote 12.-Postal and Telegraphic expenses - - - - - - - - - 4,400 12,200 ToTAL EFFECTIVE SERVICES - - - £. 314,010 || 330,850 Vote 14.—Non-Effective Charges of Military Officers - - - - - - - 44.800 62,000 Vote 15.-- , , *: ** ** Clerks - - - - - - - - - 6,000 14,000 Vote 16.—Superannuation Allowances, &c. of Civilians - - - - - - - 59,500 1,100 ToTAL NoN-EFFECTIVE SERVICES - - - £. 110,300 7Too + ToTAL EFFECTIVE AND NoN-EFFECTIVE SERVICES - - - £. 424,310 7,950

Note...—In addition to the above Estimate, provision is made in Civil Service Estimates for Rent, Maintenance, Fuel and Light, Furniture, &c., of War Department Buildings, (see p. 10 of these Estimates), while the cost of Postage and Telegraph Services is estimated at about 37,500l. per annum. (See also under Statement I. as to the cost of Stationery.)

XIII. (a) CHELSEA AND KILMAINHAM HOSPITALS. Chelsea | Kilmainham Hospital. Hospital. - - £. £. Vote 15.-A. and B.-Salaries of Staff and subordinates - - - - - | (b) 11,840 2,726 Pay, Provisions and Clothing, &c. for In-Pensioners - - - - 15,447 4,015 Contingent Expenses - - - - - - - - - 113 84 WoTE 6.--Transport - - - - - - - - - - - - 10 10 Vote 12.-Postal and Telegraphic expenses - - - - - - - - 30 5 Vote 14.—Non-Effective Charges of Military Officers employed in the Hospital - 1,550 750 VOTE 16.—Superannuation Allowances - - - - - - - - - 1,330 30,320 7,590 Less, Miscellaneous Receipts (Vote 15) - - - - - - - 67 258 TOTAL - - - £. 30,253 7,332 TOTAL FOR CHELSEA AND KILMAINHAM HOSPITALs - - - £. 37,585 *-**=====

(a) The charge for Fuel, Light, and Furniture for these Establishments, and for th into buildings, &c., is provided for in the Civil Service Estimates. y or the maintenance of

(b) Includes Salaries of Clerks engaged in assessing Out-Pensions, &c.

(c) In addition to the above Estimate, a sum of 3,775l. annually is expended : 1,839. Unclaimed Army Prize Fund, 758!. out of rent of the Gordon House ū. i 1, 1781. out of o the APPENDIX No. 21.

STATEMENT showing the amounts included in the Army Estimates, 1907–08, for Military Purposes in the Colonies and Egypt.

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VOTE 1.
Pay, &c.,
C O L O N IES. of General
Staff,
Regiments
and
Depart-
ments. (a|
£.
AMERICA, NORTH:
BERMUDA - - 67,000
JAMAICA - - - 55,500
AFRICA :
South AFRICA - . 832,000
MAURITIUS - - - 67,300
WEST COAST - - 93,000
ASIA:
HoNG KONG - - 155,500
NORTH CHINA - - 130,000
STRAIts SETTLEMENT - 102,000
CEYLON - - - - 50,200
MEDITERRANEAN : |
GIBRALTAR - - 199,500
MALTA (including CRETE) 364,500
|
CYPRUS - - - 5,500
EGYPT - - - 264,000
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TOTAL - - - --

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STATEMENT showing the AMoUNTs included in the VOTE 2. Votes 3 VOTE 6. and 5. ----- Lodging, Army Medical | Militia Stable, and Conveyance *..." Purchase - - Field Allow- of Troops orps Establish- and ances, Hire and Stores | Subordi- of ment and v l of buildings, except nates and Medicines * |and Barrack by sea. | Crews of Remounts. - "I teers Services. - Wessels. - (b) (b) (b) (b) £. £. £. £. £. £. 4,500 2,610 2,880 1,100 2,658 80 3,050 - 3,730 2,150 3,195 43,180 - 5S,600 90,000 35,975 24,600 2,940 - 4,080 4,000 3,165 70 4,700 - 4,800 5,550 1,470 6,600 - 14,340 2,380 5,900 1,680 - 13,760 3,510 5,555 900 3,500 - 3,780 3,200 2,438 2,450 - 3,800 5,200 2,292 300 8,280 - 5,050 2,250 9,965 420 16,840 12,090 12,750 5,650 16,183 230 430 - 400 870 336 11,650 - 11,230 11,470 7,068 3,000 109,800 14,700 139,200 137,330 96,200 29,600

(a) After deducting estimated Receipts, except Colonial Contributions.

(b) After deducting estimated Receipts.

(c) The Establishment at each Station of the various Departments of the Army is shown in detail (together with other par.

ticulars) in the several Appendices of the Estimates. repeated in this column.

The Regimental Establishment is detailed on page 24, and the total is (d) Including 3rd Battalion, Coldstream Guards.

ARMY ESTIMATES, 1907–08, for MILITARY PURPOSES in the COLONIES and EGYPT.

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VOTES 11 - l VOTE 7. WOTE 8. VOTE 10. ... ‘IVote 13. - - Military Provisi - TotAL | Contri†. * - Deduct, Educa- ESTI- l bution F jo. Wages, Sub-Heads Sub-Heads | Rents tional Almy MATED by Local }. - Army |G: to K., I, to U. Sub-Head Gross receiv. NET | Services |Accounts|ExPEND1-Governcolonial Clothing. I Ordnance|(Engineer (Works W. Rents able and Depart- TURE. ment §. Depart- I Services, and payable. | TOTAL. and ToTAL. Miscel- ment. to Army Allow- ment. &c.). Buildings). other laneous Funds. ...” Receipts Services. c. (b) £ £. +: £. £ +: £ £ £ £. £ £ £ 31,620 4,800 1,965 3,170 7,650 100 10,920 400 | 10,520 820 1,407 131,960 16,650 3,700 1,220 3,200 13,985 90 17,275 100 17,175 345 1,285 108,000 | 477,900 68,300 15,572 18,070 73,240 1,800 93,110 || 7,000 86,110 10,152 21,741 [1,764,130 26, 180 5,200 1,070 2,410 7,165 - 9,575 140 9,435 924 1,396 125,760 27,000 29,500 6,700 710 2,920 8,855 - 11,775 40 11,735 767 1,208 || 160,140 - - I - l 60,720 8,900 8,730 3,870 - 22,395 - 26,265 - 26,265 s 1,572 2,173 293,080 138,300 t | | | 48,330 1,800 - 1,100 13,100 – 14,200 – 14,200 665 - 220,400 — - - o | 36,760 6,200 1,360 1,910 20,660 30 22,600 80 22,520 | 1,100 1,322 || 184,180 |208,000 | 24,470 2,000 875 2,720 5,625 - 84.5 8,345 401 1,337 || 101,670 | 72,000 | - | | 58,710 14,000 9,898 5,560 33,495 10 * 1,200 37,865 2.895 3,497 || 351,830 115,020 27,300 7,640 7,180 34,095 1,200 42,475 330 42,145 4,238 8,054 632,040 5,000 1,770 450 200 110 | 1,295 - 1,405 || – 1,405 59 - 11,420 — 117,020 22,600 2,500 2,870 16,180 320 19,370 - 19,370 3,008 3,124 476,130 || 150,000 _ ---- | | | | ------|--|--|--| –F– 1,044,650 171,950 51,740 || 55,000 257,740 3,550 |316,380 9,290 |307,090 || 26,536 || 46,544 ||,561,340 |600,300

Note:-The foregoing Statement showing the amounts included in the Army Estimates for Military purposes in th is exclusive of Expenditure incurred under the Military Works Acts; of Sea †. and also of the . o: Accoutrements, Barrack, Hospital and other Stores, the greater portion of which is supplied from England, and the value of which cannot now be stated. The value of the Stores supplied in past years is given in the Appropriation Accounts. The statement also excludes Recruiting Expenses incurred at Home, Headquarter Administrative Expenses, and Non-effective Charges.

Vote 7. Sub-head AA. South African War Stores.

STATEMENT explaining the amount of £4,326 proposed to be voted under this sub-head to meet sums disallowed in the Fourth Report of the Public Accounts Committee, 1906; also the debits against individuals, amounting to £14,807. which it is proposed to discharge.

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Case. Amount. Committee, 1906. 5 .c. f # Stevens, Hay Con- 75 – – 11 || Debit against individual responsible tract, Ladybrand, 1902– Orange River 1,722 5 1 11 Debit against individuals responsible Customs, Meyer, 1903–4. Stepney, refund 1,270 – – 6, 7 Disallow 1003–4. Disallow £1,196 15s. 4d. walko v. as w w = |. against individual responsible - £141 15s. 6d. | Wilson, Son & Co., | 1,542 9 3 6, 7 Disallow - - - refund, 1903–4. Broude & Marks, 6,211 – no o: Marks, 5,995 9 7 }. Debit against individual responsible §o duties, Ally goint Army Votes, £405 willons worthing. 780 - so,7| Pollow, * * * - | to:o Recovered from Contractors, £16 --r. 8s. 2d. Boyd, non-payment 661 8 11 11 || Debit against individual responsible of customs duties 1904–5.

Proposed Mode of Disposal.

Discharge debit.

Discharge debit.

Vote in 1907–8 Estimates.

Vote in 1907–8 Estimates.
Discharge debit.

Vote in 1907-8 Estimates.

Discharge debit.

Charged against Vote 7 in
1905–6 account.

Vote in 1907–8 Estimates.

Credited to Army Votes in
1905–6 account.

Discharge debit.

SUMMARY.
Case. Disallowances to be Voted. Debits to be Discharged.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
1. - 75 - -
2. - 1,722 5 1
3. 1,270 – – -
4. 1,196 15 4 141 15 6
5. 1,542 9 3 -
6,211 - -
6. - { 5,995 9 7
7. 3.16 19 4 -
8. - 661 8 11
Totals - 4,326 3 11 14,806 19 l

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