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Vote 7.-SUPPLIES AND CLOTHING—continued.

SALARY. H.—PAY, WAGES, &c. of CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENTS: | ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE - Mini- Incre. Maxi. | Numbers. mum. ment. Illulln. 1907–8. 1906–07. - | 1906-07 o (1) ESTABLISHMENTS: –––– - - - - - - o - f | £ £. £. 1 1 || Medical Officer - - - - - - - - - 404 631 1 - Storekeeper . . - - - - - - 500 - 600 | - (a) 600 - l Chief Examiner - - - - - - 450 15 500 466 4 3 | Staff Clerks - - - - - - - - 350 15 450 1,173 1,670 | Clerks, Second Division, Higher Grade 250 10 350 9 | 9 - 5 100 O 1 ql Clerks, Second Division - - - - - 70 7l. 10s. 190 1,830 2, 137 - | 10 250 J l l Office Keeper - - - - - - 105 140 - (a) 137 (a) 132 ToTAL for Custody and Issue of Clothing £. 4,100 5, 170 1 * I Inspector of Cloth - - - - - 450 20 700 690 670 1 1 | Assistant Inspector of Cloth - - 300 - 300 300 : 300 l 1 Inspector of Boots - - - - - 250 20 (b) 500 500 500 l 1 Inspector of Hosiery - - - - 300 20 500 500 500 1 1 Inspector of Regimental Standards - - 60 - 60 60 __ 60 21 - — ToTAL for Inspection of Clothing £, 2,050 2,030 R Contingent Expenses - - - - - 350 300 TOTAL, ESTABLISHMEN rs - £. 6,500 7,500 Numbers. (2) WAGEs Coy motion - - at Royal Army Clothing Department, Pimlico: Issue of Stores. Stores. 1906-07. 1907-08. - £. £. l 1 | Principal Foreman - - - - - (c) 187 (d) — I | Transport Superintendent - - - 218 (e) — 1 Temporary Assistant Inspector of Cloth - - - 100 9 8 Storeholders - - - - - - - - 1,447 101 94 | Writers and Typists - - - - - 8,958 371 38 37 | Ledger Keepers - - - 2,122 701 36 36 || Foremen - - - - 2,442 1,256 46 45 | Viewers - - - - - - - - 4,849 29 28 Engineers, Mechanics, and Attendants - - (f) 2,568 4 4 Warders - - - - - - - - - 308 l 1 | Dispenser - - - - - 118 2 2 | Telegraphists - - - - - - 140 7 7 Messengers - - - - - - - - - (f) 477 2 2 | Presskeepers - - - - - 127 3 3 | Pattern Keepers - - - - - - - - 324 258 256 Storehousemen, Packers, &c. - - - - 18,488 10,199 (g) 537 (g) 526 £. 37,600 17,800 55,400 58,200 (3) Payment for SERVICES PERFoRMED. At REGIMENTs : - - - 58,000 70,000 TOTAL, Sub-head H - £. 119,900 135,700 J.--RENTS AND WATER SUPPLY OF CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENTS: - - £. 6,500 8,500 K. –(XONTRACTS FOR MAKING CLOTHING: - - - - - £. 39,500 43,800

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Vote 7.—SUPPLIES AND CLOTHING—continued. ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, 1907–8. 1906–07. £. L. --MATERIALS OBTAINED BY CONTRACT TO BE MADE INTO CLOTHING AND FOR ISSUES ON PAYMENT: Materials - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 263,600 298,500 Deduct, Value of Materials to be issued to the Factory (see Sub-Head R.) - - 248,800 212,700 14,800 85,800 Packing Materials for Clothing - - - - - - - - 5,000 5,000 £. 19,800 90,800 M.–MANUFACTURED ARTICLES OF CLOTHING, &c., BOUGHT READY-MADE: Garments - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 66,500 31,600 Boots and Leggings (including materials for repairs, &c.) - - - - 300,000 221,200 Head Dresses (including materials for repairs, &c.) - - - - - - 38,500 52,000 Necessaries and Gloves - - - - - - - 53,350 139,000 Badges and Miscellaneous Articles - - - - - 8,500 11,900 Charge for Clothing brought by Regiments from India - - - - - - 4,000 13,000 £. 470,850 468,700 N.—COMPENSATION AND MONEY AllowANCES IN LIEU OF CLOTHING: Amount to be paid to Soldiers for Compensation in lieu of Clothing, Kits, &c. - £. 230,000 240,000 O.--MACHINERY, TOOLS, FURNITURE, AND MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES OF CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENTS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - £. 650 1,000 P. —APPROPRIATIONS IN AID (CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENTS): Walue of Clothing, etc., to be recovered from theIndian Government, for o on Indian Establishment - - - - 36,000 42,000 Admiralty, for Supplies to Royal Marines - - - - - - - 13,400 28,000 Volunteer Corps - - - - - - - - - - - - 3,000 4,000 Clothing and Necessaries issued on Repayment - - - - - - - 240,000 230,000 Proceeds of Sale of Clothing . - - - - - - - - - 30,000 30,000 Miscellaneous Receipts - - - - - - - - - - - 6,000 6,000 £. 328,400 340,000 CLOTHING FACTORY. (a) Q.—ESTABLISHMENT AND WAGES OF CLOTHING FACTORY: Manager of Factory - - - - - - - - - - - - (b) 510 (b) 500 Wages - - - - - - - - - - - - - 81,940 84,200 £. 82,450 sooo R.—VALUE OF MATERIALS OBTAINED FROM STORE (see Sub-Head L.) - - - £. 248,800 212,700 S.–MACHINERY AND MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES FOR CLOTHING FACTORY - - £. 950 1,100 T. — APPROPRIATIONS IN AID (CLOTHING FACTORY): Value of Cuttings, &c. Sold - - - - - - - - - - £. 6,000 5,00)

(a) Sub-Heads Q. to, T., contain only such items of expenditure and receipt as are exclusively referable to the Clothing Factory.

But the productions of the Factory are also charged, in the annual Manufacturing Accounts, under Sub-Heads C., J. and Q., and also for Buildings, Police,

- - - - &c., included in other Army Votes. (b) With quarters in addition.

with a portion of the expenditure included

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Vote 7.-SUPPLIES AND CLothing—continued.

TOTAL CHARGE FOR CLOTHING.

1907–08. 1906–1907. 4. £.

Amount of foregoing Estimate Clothing Establishments - - - - - - - - - 558,800 648,500 Clothing Factory - - - - - - - - - 326,200 293,500

Add,—

Transport of Clothing and travelling expenses (Vote 6) - - - 4,000 3,500
Fuel and Light (Vote 7, Sub-head C.) - - - - - - 3,500 4,000
Miscellaneous Stores (Vote 8) - - - - - - - - 1,000 1,000
Buildings (Vote 10) - - - - - - - - - - - 6,700 5,700
Police (Vote 8) - - - - - - - - - - 1,749 1,746
Superannuation allowances (Vote 16) - - - - - - 5,400 4,900
Ordnance Officers, pay and allowances (Votes 1 and 6) - - - 2,950 2,950
Cashier and Writer, pay (Vote 13) - - - - - - - 580 400
Medical Officer, allowances (Vote 6) - - - - - - 73 73
Postal and Telegraphic expenses (Vote 12) - - - - - 340 340
£. 911,292 966,609

The amounts under Sub-Heads C., H., J., O., provide also for services performed for—

General Post Office. Colonial Governments.
Metropolitan Police, London and Dublin. Office of Works.
Irish Constabulary. English County Constabulary.
H.M. Customs Royal Courts of Justice.

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Board of Trade. Trinity House.
Convict Service. | - Egyptian Government.
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Prison Board. -
To defray establishment expenses a percentage is charged on clothing issued on payment or inspected.

APPRoxIMATE ANNUAL Cost of CLOTHING per MAN, REGULAR Forces, serving at HoME, and Cost of CLothing a RECRUIT.

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(a) These rates (which are based on the current Army Order Price Lists) include, in addition to the average annual cost of the clothing, a proportion of the cost of the extra clothing and kit of necessaries issued free on enlistment.

Vote 8.

ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT ESTABLISHMENTS AND GENERAL STOREs.

I. AN ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908, - to defray the Expense of the ORDNANCE. DEPARTMENT ESTABLISHMENTs and of

GENERAL STOREs.

Six Hundred and Twenty Thousand Pounds.

II.

SUBILEADS under which this Vote will be accounted for.

A.—ESTABLISHMENTS AND WAGES
ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT -

B.-PolicEAT ORDNANCE ESTABLISHMENTs .

C.—BARRACK, HOSPITAL, AND PRISON STORES

D.—EQUIPMENT STORES

E —MISCELLANEOUS STORES AND SERVICES

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Extraordinary Services (Harness, Saddlery, etc., for re-armament of Horse and Field Artillery)

1907-08. 1906–07. INCREASE. DECREASE. £. 4. 4. £. OF THE ARMY . . . . . . 283,000 292,000 - 9,000 34,000 34,000 - 190,000 (a) 255,000 - 65,000 183,000 || 251,000 || – 68,000 136,000 149,000 - 13,000 826,000 981,000 - 206,000 206,000 TOTAL £. 620,000 775,000 - 155,000 1907-08. 1906–07. INCREASE | DECREASE. £. £. 4. £. 608,000 745,000 - 137,000 12,000 30,000 - 18,000 – - Total £. 620,000 775,000 -- 155,000

(a) Includes 1,700l. for regimental provision of Miscellaneous Stores, etc., now provided under Vote 1, Subhead D.

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A.—ESTABLISHMENTS AND WAGES, &c., OF ARMY SALARY. ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT: ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, Numbers. Mini- Incre- Maxi- 1 90 7–8 1906–7. - mum. I ment. I mum. 1906–07. 1907–08. (1.) INSPECTION OF STORES: (a) - —- For GENERALSTOREs (HARNEss, SADDLERY, AccouTREMENTS AND MISCELLANEous e f f £ f STOREs): - - 6 6 Inspectors (Civilians) - - - - 250 20 400 2,252 2,209 WAGEs of Civilian Subordinates employed in inspection of General Stores at Woolwich Dockyard, &c. - - - - - - 17,705 23,598 Contingencies - - - - - - - - - - 43 43 ToTAL for Inspection - - - £. 20,000 25,850 (2.) CUSTODY AND ISSUE OF STORES: (b) f f l 1 Chief Clerk - - - - - - 300 10 400 320 310 9 9 Clerks - - - - - - - 200 10 300 2,265 2,190 16 16 Clerks, Writers, and other Subordinates, including Military parties and Soldier Clerks. (For details see Appendix No. 10, p. 199.) - - - - - - - - 260,415 263,650 ToTAL for Custody and Issue 263,000 266,150 ToTAL Sub-head A. - - £. 283,000 292,000 B.—POLICE AT ORDNANCE ESTABLISHMENTS : Wages, &c., of Metropolitan and other Police employed at Ordnance Stations - - - - - - - - - - - £. 34,000 34,000 C.—BARRACK, HOSPITAL, AND PRISON STORES, including Furniture to the value of 1,000l. supplied to Barrack Rooms for the use of the Army Temperance Association - - - - - - - - - £. 190,000 (c) 255,000 D.--EQUIPMENT STORES : Harness and Saddlery - - - - - - - 50,000 95,000 Camp Equipage - - - - - - - - - 88,000 104,000 Accoutrements - - - - - - - - - 45,000 52,000 42. 183,000 251,000 E.—MISCELLANEOUS STORES AND SERVICES Miscellaneous Stores, Salvage, and Hydraulic and Steam power, Royal Arsenal - - - - - - - - - - £. 136,000 149,000 F.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID : Repayment Services - - - - - - - - - 50,000 50,000 Repayment by the Admiralty, for Inspection, Storekeeping, Police, &c. - 20,000 21,000 Proceeds of Sales of Old Stores, (d) &c. - - - - - 90,000 90,000 Barrack Damages and Miscellaneous Receipts - - - - 46,000 45,000 * | 206,000 206,000

va) The Pay of Military Officers, Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Men employed on the Inspection of

General Stores is provided under Vote 1, Sub-head C.

(b) The Stores here referred to include Clothing (except at Pimlico), and Stores supplied under Vote 9. (c) Includes 1,700l. for regimental provision of Miscellaneous Stores, etc., now provided under Vote 1, Sub-head D.

(d) Including Stores supplied under Vote 9.

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