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WOTE 2.—MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT, PAY, &c.—continued.

D.—PAY, &c. OF ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL COLLEGE : ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE Numbers. 1907–08. 1906–07. - 1906–07. 1907–08. 4. £ 1 1 Commandant and Director of Studies - - - - 750 iss 1 1 Professor of Surgery - - - - - - - 648 648 1 1 Professor of Medicine - - - - 767 765 1 1 Professor of Hygiene - - - - - - 767 765 1 1 Professor of Pathology - - - - - - - 694 692 2 2 Medical Officers, Assistant Professors of Hygiene and -Pathology - - - - - - - - - 1,057 1,009 - 22 Pay of N.C.O.'s and Men, Royal Army Medical Corps - 650 7 7 Subordinates employed in the Laboratories - - - 667 657 2 2 Clerks in Commandant's Office - - - - - - 274 260 - - Messing and Kit Allowances, Corps Pay and Service Pay 500 16 38 | | Mess Allowance to Students at junior courses of Instruction - - - - 480 960 | Fees to Lecturers at Civil Hospitals for Instruction in Post-Graduate course) 550 550 (11 at £50) - - - - - - - - " - - - - -s Fees repaid to Students attending Hospitals for Operative Surgery - - - 100 100 Fees for Hospital Practice (60 Officers at 10l. 10s.) - - " - " - - - 630 630 Fee to Veterinary Inspector of Metropolitan Slaughter Houses for Course o 16 16 12 Lectures - - - - - - - - - - - - Contingent Expenses - - - - - - - - - - - 850 500 Fees and other expenses incidental to examinations of Medical Students - - 500 1,400 £. 9,900 9,700 E. PAY OF CLERKS AND OTHER SUBORDINATES : Pay of Clerks, and charge for Miscellaneous Labour (including Additional Pay of Hospital Orderlies, &c., not belonging to the Royal Army Medical Corps, for Army and Militia Services); also Training Grants for members of the St. John Ambulance Brigade - - - £. (a) 8,400 12,000 F.—COST OF MEDICINES AND INSTRUMENTS: Cost of Medicines and Surgical Instruments (including Medicines for Militia), and of Artificial Limbs, Eyes and Teeth supplied to soldiers still serving - - - - - - - - - - - 19,000 20,000 G.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID: Amount to be received from the Government of India on account of Medical Supplies and Men of the Royal Army Medical Corps on board Indian Troopships - - - - - - - - - - 1,000 1,000 Repayment by Admiralty for Medical Attendance on the Staff of the Army Ordnance Department and subordinates engaged on Naval Services at Bull Point - - - - - - - - 100 100 Miscellaneous Receipts - - - - - - - - - - 700 600 £. 1,800 1,700

(a) This amount is distributed among Commands in Appendix No. 4, pp. 162 to 165.

Note.—In addition to the foregoing Vote for Medical Services, provision for similar expenditure is made in other Votes, as follows:—Medical Staff of Native Indian Battalions at Colonial Stations, 4,100l. (Vote 1); Adjutants of Volunteer Royal Army Medical Corps, 1,208l. (Vote 5); Royal Army Clothing Department, 4941. (Vote 7); Royal Militar Academy, 6491. Royal Military College, 1,348l. Staff College, 10l. Duke of York's Royal, Military School, 7631. Royal #leo Military School, 270l. (Vote 11); Medical Staff at Headquarters, 12,540l. (Vote 13); Chelsea Hospital, 4,500l. and Kilmainham Hospital, 1,270l. (Vote 15); Ordnance Factories, 4,440l. (O.F. Vote); amounting in all to 31,592l.

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Vote 3.

MILITIA: PAY, BOUNTY, &c.

I. AN ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908, to defray the

Eight Hundred and Forty Thousand Pounds.

Expense of the PAY, Bounty, &c. of the MILITIA.

II. SUB-HEADS under which this Wote will be accounted for.
1907–08. 1906–07. INCREASE. DECREASE.
£. £. £. £.
A.—REGIMENTAL PAY AND EXTRA PAY, &c. OF MILITIA 427,000 390,000 37,000 -
B.—REGIMENTAL EXTRA DUTY PAY, &c. OF MILITIA. . 6,000 5,500 500 -
C.—REGIMENTAL ALLOWANCES OF MILITIA. - 54,000 57,000 - 3,000
D.—BOUNTY AND ENLISTMENT EXPENSES. - - - - 323,000 333,000 - 10,000
E.—MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES OF MILITIA, - - - 2,000 2,500 - 500
F.—PAY, &c. OF RESERVE DIVISION. - - - - - 35,000 40,000 - 5,000
Deduct, 847,000 828,000 -
G.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID - - - - - - 7,000 9,000 2,000
£. 840,000 819,000 39,500 18,500
NET INCREASE - - - - £21,000.
III. DETAILs of the foregoing.
MEpical, CHANNEL CoLONIAL ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE,
ARTILLERY. ENGINEERs. INFANTRY. t ISLANDS
CORPS. MILITIA. MILITIA. | 1907–08. 1906–07.
A.—REGIMENTAL PAY,
&c. £. £. £. 4. £. £. £. £.
Regimental Pay (a)- 48,000 10,400 315,000 7,540 380 9,680 391,000 356,000
Messing Allowance - 3,300 680 23,000 350 20 350 27,700 25,000
Corps Pay, Engineer
Pay, Artillery
Special Pay, Good |.
Conduct Pay, &c. 2,300 3,450 1,000 550 - 1,000 8,300 9,000
£. 53,600 14,530 339,000 8,440 400 11,030 427,000 390,000
B. — R E G IM E N T A L
ExtRADUTY PAY.
Working Pay and |
Extra Duty Pay
for various duties 650 200 2,500 70 50 30 3,500 3,000
Prizes for skill at
arms - - - 100 100 2,200 - 50 0 2,500 2,500
42. 750 300 4,700 70 100 0 6,000 5,500

(a) Appendix No

. 5, on pp. 166 to 183, contains a full detail of the establishment for each corps, and of the rates of pay.

Vote 3.—MILITIA: PAY, Bounty, &c.—continued. | CHANNEL COLONIA - N | Hits"I*I M A TEN ARTILLERY. ENGINEERS. INFANTRY. Most ISLANDS NIAL ESTIMATE.ESTIMATE, * |Militia. | Militia 1907–08. 1906-07. | £. £. £.” £. £. £. 4. 4. C.—REGIMENTAL ALLOWANCES : Mess Allowance (Officers) 4,680 800 31,900 400 20 200 38,000 40,400 Servant Allowance - - 350 - - - 250 600 600 Allowance in Aid of Band Expenses - - 825 50 3,000 - - 25 3,900 4,000 Contingent Allowances and Expenses, including Funerals - 880 130 7,800 80 10 100 9,000 9,500 Allowance for Cleaning Arms - - - 300 50 2,000 20 80 50 2,500 2,500 £. 6,685 1,380 44,700 500 110 625 54,000 57,000 D.—BOUNTY AND ENLISTMENT EXPENSES: Bounty - - - - || 39,700 7,600 267,500 3,000 - 1,200 || 319,000 || 329,000 Levy Money and Attestation Fees - - 400 100 3,300 100 - 100 4,000 4,000 £. 40,100 7,700 270,800 3,100 - 1,300 323,000 || 333,000 E.— MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES : Miscellaneous Charges, including Payments to Clerks of Lieutenancy; Rewards for Apprehension of Offenders; Expenses of Courts Martial ; Gratuities for Injuries, &c. - - 200 100 1,500 100 - 100 2,000 2,500 F.—PAY, &c. OF RESERVE DIVISION OF THE MILITIA: £. £ Maximum Numbers. 1906–07. 1907–08. 8,000 || 7,700 Pay, &c. of Reserve Division of the Militia - - - - 35,000 | 40,000 G.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID: £ Sums received from Militiamen for discharge - - - - - - - - 6,700 8,000 Miscellaneous Receipts (including Contribution by the Alderney Government in aid of the Expenses of the Alderney Militia, and Credit Balances on Deserters' Non-effective Accounts) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 300 1,000 £. 7,000 9,000

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(a) There are 2 Adjutants and 2 Quartermasters of Militia Engineers, who are included in the Establishment of the Royal Engineers. (b) There is, in addition, 1 Officer on the Permanent Staff of the Malta Engineer Militia, who is included in the Establishment of the Royal Engineers.

NUMBERS OF MILITIA PRESENT AT TRAINING, 1906.

(Including recruits enlisted for “drill on enlistment,” and exempt from training in first year.)

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(a) Some of the Militia Submarine Minors were not called out in 1906.

(b) Strength on 1st July, 1906. .
{c) Excluding the Reserve Division of the Militia, which numbered 7,739 on 1st January, 1907.

Vote 4.

IMPERIAL YEOMANRY: PAY AND ALLOWANCES.

I. AN ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908,

to defray the Expense of the PAY and AllowANCEs of the IMPERIAL YEOMANRy, including

the PERMANENT STAFF.

Four Hundred and Ten Thousand Pounds.

II. SUB-HEADS under which this Wote will be accounted for. 1907–08. 1906–07. INCREASE. DECREASE. £. £. £. £. A.—REGIMENTAL PAY OF IMPERIAL YEOMANRY 200,000 203,000 - 3,000 ... - IMIENTAL ALLOWANCES OF IMPERIAL B Roß. - - - - - - - - 205,000 213,750 - 8,750 C.—MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES OF IMPERIAL YEOMANRY - - - - - - - - 6,000 7,000 - 1,000 Deduct, 411,000 || 423,750 D.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID - - - - - 1,000 750 - 250 £. 410,000 423,000 - 13,000 NET DECREASE - - - £13,000 III. DETAILs of the foregoing. ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, 1907–08. 1906–07. A.--REGIMENTAL PAY OF IMPERIAL YEOMANRY: £. £. Pay of Permanent Staff - -] For details of Establishments 46,500 46,500 and pay see Appendix No. 6, Pay of Yeomanry Officers and Men) p. 184. 153,500 156,500 £. 200,000 203,000 B.—REGIMENTAL ALLOWANCES OF IMPERIAL YEOMANRY: Contingent Allowance and Equipment grants on increase of strength 75,000 74,000 Horse Allowance - - - - - - - - - - 105,200 114,450 Allowance at 100l. per regiment for provision of horses for riding lessons - - - - - - - - - - - 5,800 5,800 Allowance at 10/- per recruit instructed in riding - - 3,000 3,300 Allowance for Regimental Transport - - - - 3,000 3,000 Allowance in aid of travelling to Musketry ranges - - 4,000 4,000 Allowance for Signalling establishment - - - - - - \ 200 200 Mess Allowance to officers under instruction - - - - 1,000 1,200 Command Allowance - - - - - - - - 900 900 Storeroom Allowance - - - - - - - 5,100 5,200 Squadron Contingent Allowance - - - - - 700 700 Servant Allowance to Adjutants - - - - - - 1,100 1,000 £. 205,000 213,750

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