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1 1 | Director General - - - - - - - 1,200l. per annum ARMY WETERINARY STAFF:—

2 2 | Colonels - - - - - 35s. per diem
ARMY WETERINARY CORPS :—
5 5 Lieutenant Colonels - - - - - 30s. per diem

94 { 93 Majors, Captains, and Lieutenants -

\250l. per annum to I Major employed at Head Quarters - -

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Q.—PAY, &c. OF ARMY WETERINARY SERVICE: Estimate estimate.

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Provided in Vote 13.

l 1 Quartermaster - - - - - - || 10s. 6d. to 16s. 6d. 192 192 a day. --- | — 103 103 British Establishment - - - - - - - - - 31,281 31,399 62 64 Indian Establishment - - - - - - - - - - - I - | 165 167 Total Officers: Servant allowance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2,03] 2,016 Charge pay to officers o with Army Remount Department - - - - - 458 460 Charge pay to Principal Veterinary Officer - - - - - - - - - 183 182 Extra pay to Professors, Army Veterinary School - - - - - - - - 150 150 Extra pay to 2 officers employed at Army Vaccine Institute - - - • - - - 50 50 Extra pay to non-commissioned officer in charge of Vaccine Institute - - - - 27 27 Pay of 6 Pensioner Clerks in Offices of Principal Veterinary Officers of Commands, 1 i Pensioner Clerk in Army Veterinary School, and 1 Pensioner Clerk and 1 Calf Attendant in Army Vaccine Institute - - - - - - - - - - - 712 712 Pay of Civilian Subordinates in Egypt and South Africa - - - - - - 3,408 3,204 Cost of veterinary medicines, instruments, books, contingencies, &c., and for payment of claims of Civilian Veterinary Surgeons; also cost of cultivating lymph for vaccination purposes - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8,000 5,000 £. 46,300 43,200 (a) The total Emoluments of Officers serving at Home are shown in Appendix No. 18, p. 230. R.—PAY, &c. OF ESTABLISHMENT OF JUDGE ADVOCATE SA L.A. R.Y. ESTIMATE |ESTIMATE GENERAL, AND COURTS MARTIAL EXPENSES. o M M INCRE-1 MAXIMUM 1907–08. 1906–07. MINIMUM INCRENumbers. RATE. MENT. RATE. 1906–07. 1907–08. £. £. - £. #. 4. l 1 Judge Advocate General - - - 2,000 - 2,000 2,000 2,000 1 I Deputy Judge Advocate - - - 700 - 800 700 800 1 1 Legal Assistant - - - - - 500 - 500 500 490 1 1 Clerk - - - - - - - 250 15 350 325 310 158. 18. a 1 1 Boy Clerk - - - - - - a week. week. 18s. a week 42 47 1 1 Messenger - - - - - - 100 - 100 100 100 1 1 Messenger . - - - - - 70 - 70 70 70 Contingencies (including postage, tem- - - - 83 83 porary messengers, cleaning rooms, &c.). 7 7 TOTAL of Judge Advocate General's Office - - £. 3,820 3,900 Miscellaneous Expenses of Courts Martial (including pay to acting Judge Advocates, legal expenses, jo counsels' fees, &c., but excluding travelling expenses and allowances to witnesses).(b) - - - - - - - - - - - - 150 150 4. 3,970 4,050

(b) Similar charges for the Militia are included in Vote 3, Subhead E.

WOTE 1.-PAY, &c., OF THE ARMY—continued.

S.—PAY, &c. of ESTABLISHMENTS of MILITARY PRISONS & DETENTION BARRACKS : ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, Numbers. Rosa pw 1907-08, 1906-07. 1906-07. 1907–08. Minimum. not Maximum. £. £. £. £. £. I - Inspector of Military Prisons (Provided and Detention Barracks - - - - in Vote 13) 800 MILITARY PRISONS AND DETENTION BARRACKS : 4 4 Governors and Commandants, 1st Class - - - - 350 10 400 1,510 1,550 9 9 Governors and Commandants, | 2nd Class - - - - †. l 1% 350 o 2,750 2,675 - s Regimenta fficers , with \ 11 10 Superintendents - - - |\ extra duty pay at 28, a day - J 366 396 Civilian Subordinate Staff (f). 18 15 Chief Warders, 2nd Class - 100 4 120 (b) 1,868 2,170 50 49 Warders, Clerks, Cooks, and Gatekeepers - - - 70 1 78 (c) 3,862 3,990 2 - Assistant Warders - - - 60 1 68 (c) || - 136 Military Subordinate Staff (f). 4 7 Serjeant-Majors - - - 5s. 0d. a day (d) - - 674 389 7 7 Quartermaster-Serjeants - - 4s. 0d. a day (e) - - - 524 511 35 35 | Staff Serjeants - - - || 3s. 9d. a day (e) - 2,498 2,512 I08 105 Serjeants - - - 3s. 2d. a day (e) - - - 6,274 6,426 - - Corporals - - - - 2s. 6d. a day - - - - 14 14 || Lance Corporals - - - 2s. 1d. a day - - - - 533 532 25 13 | N.C. Officers employed as) •) an ur - - - acting subordinates abroads 3s. 2d. a day 753 1,190 | Difference between regimental pay of N.C.O.'s temporarily employed and that of appointment in which acting - - - 230 320 Messing and kit allowances and Service pay - - - - 3,005 3,300 Additional pay for instructing prisoners in trades and industries 100 287 268 24,947 26,097 - Deduct, For vacancies - - - - - 1,039 718 | 23,908 || 25,379 BRANCH DETENTION BARRACKS : - Civilian Subordinate Staff (f). 3 3 | Chief Warders, 2nd Class - 100 4 120 (b) 354 342 2 2 Warders, etc. - - - 70 1 78 152 150 Military Subordinate Staff (f). 1 - Serjeant-Majors - - - 5s. 0d, a day (d) - - - - 91 21 20 | Staff Serjeants - - - 3s. 9d, a day (e) - 1,402 1,498 19 19 Serjeants . . . . . . 3s. 2d. a day () - - - l,143 1,135 3 - N.C.O.'s employed as acting] 3s. 2d. a d subordinates abroad - .j * * **) - 195 Additional pay of N.C.O's. and men employed on temporary duty - - - - - - - - - - 150 300 Messing and kit allowances and Service pay - - 621 740 49 44 3,822 || 4,451 - - Contingent expenses - - - - - - 70 70 337 312 TOTAL SUBHEAD S. - - - £. 27,800 (g) 30,700

(a) One officer from the retired list receives a fixed rate of 150l. per annum instead. (b) Chief Warders also receive 121, additional pay when abroad, and an addition of 191. 10s. a year if not provided with

quarters.

(e) With 6l. additional pay when serving abroad, and an addition of 91.2s, a year if not provided with quarters. (d) with 121. additional pay per annum when serving abroad, if posted abroad before 1st August 1906.

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(f) The future subordinate staff will consist of warrant and non-commissioned officers serving on their Army engagements and in receipt of Army emoluments. The change is being carried out gradually.

(g) Including 800l. for Inspector of Militarv Prisons and Detention Barracks, now provided in Vote 13, Subhead A.

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WOTE 1.-PAY, &c. OF THE ARMY—continued.

ESTIMATE | ESTIMATE 1907–08. 1906–07. T.—REWARDS, &c. FOR APPREHENSION OF DESERTERS, &c. : £. Rewards and miscellaneous expenses incurred in connection with the apprehension and conviction of Deserters and other offenders (a) £. 2,500 3,000 U.—WAGES OF CIVILIANS ATTACHED TO UNITS, &c. : Wages of Civilians (including army reservists, discharged soldiers, and pensioners) employed on various quasi-regimental duties £. 50,000 54,000 W.—EXPENSES OF NATIVE INDIAN TROOPS: (1) Payment to Government of India for Native Regiments at Colonial Stations- - - - - - - - - - - - - 112,000 (b) 175,000 (2) Pay and other expenses of Indian Force in North China, including wages, &c. of departmental establishments - - - - - - 104,000 115,000 (3) Depôt and other miscellaneous charges repayable to the Government of India in respect of Indian Native Corps (Artillery) raised for Imperial service - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1,000 £. 216,000 291,000 X.—GRATUITIES TO THE TROOPS FOR A CTIVE SERVICE: For the war in South Africa and other expeditions (arrear charges) - £. - 2,000 Y.—MISCELLANEOUS AND UNFORESEEN CHARGES : Field Intelligence, etc. - - - - - - - - - - 100 100 Miscellaneous and unforeseen charges - - - - - - - 200 200 |—|— £. 300 300 Z.--APPROPRIATIONS IN AID: Contributions from Colonial Revenues in aid of Military Expenditure: Ceylon - - - - - - - - - - - - | 72,000 140,600 Mauritius - - - - - - - - - - 27,000 27,300 Hong Kong - - - - - - - - - 138,300 133,900 Straits Settlements - - - - - - - - - - 208,000 182,500 Malta - - - - - - - - - 5,000 5,000 Natal - - - - - - - - - - - 4,000 Dominion of Canada - - - - - - - - - - - 5,000 450,300 498,300 Contribution from the Government of pt to meet extra expenditure incurred by the maintenance of British Troops in that country - - 150,000 100,000 Payment by Indian Government in respect of Deferred Pay and ratuities on discharge, &c. of soldiers on Indian Establishment - - 92,000 102,000 Payment by Indian Government in respect of Home Effective 4. Charges (other than deferred pay and gratuities) for the regular forces serving in India - - - - - - 566,700 Less, –Contributions by Imperial Government: £. (a) Towards cost of garrison of Aden 100,000 (b) Towards cost of transport of troops to and from India - - 130,000 230,000 336,700 -- 332,700 Purchase of Discharges from the Army and Army Reserve - - - 23,000 23,000 Miscellaneous Receipts - - - - - - - - - - 6,000 6,000 £. 1,058,000 | 1,062,000

(a) Similar charges for the Militia are included in Vote 3, Subhead E.

(b) Includes 3,000l. for Colonial allowances of British officers, now provided in Vote 7, Subhead D.

Vote 2.

MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT: PAY, &c.

I. AN ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908, to defray the Expense of the PAY, &c., of the MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENTs and of MEDICINES, &c.

Four Hundred and Sixty Thousand Pounds.

II.

SUB-HEADs under which this Wote will be accounted for.

A.—PAY, &c. OF ARMY MEDICAL SERVICE

B.—PAY OF CIVILIAN
TIONERS, &c. -

MEDICAL PRACTI

C.—PAY, &c. OF ARMY NURSING SERVICE

D.—PAY, &c. OF ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL
COLLEGE - - - - - - - -

E.—PAY OF CIERKS AND OTHER SUBOR-
DINATES - - - - - - - -

F.—COST OF MEDICINES, &c. - - - -

Deduct, - H.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID - -

1907–08. 1906–07. INCREASE. DECREASE. £. £. £. £. 348,400 360,000 - 11,600 24,400 35,500 - 11,100 51,700 (a) 54,500 - 2,800 9,900 9,700 200 8,400 (b) 12,000 - 3,600 19,000 20,000 - 1,000 461,800 491,700 - 1,800 1,700 - 100 £. 460,000 490,000 200 30,200 NET DECREASE - - - £30,000.

(a) Includes 815, for pay, &c., of staff employed at the War Office, now provided under Vote 13, Subhead A. (b) Includes 2,466l. for pay of staff for electric light, &c., in hospitals, now provided in Vote 10, Subhead G.

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

III. DETAILs of the foregoing. | Number. Rate",o "| 1907-08. 1906–1907. or Annual. 1906–07. 1907-08. - - ARMY MEDICAL SERVICE: £. s. d £. 39 | 6 6 Surgeon Generals - - - - - — — . 6,590 6,570 2 2 Ditto, Headquarters Staff - - - Provided in Vote 13. i; i. Ditto, Indian Establishment - - - - Colonels - - - - - - | (b) 2 5 — 15,640 13,870 10 10 | Ditto, Indian Establishment - ... - - (): 5 - ,84 640 650 Lieutenant Colonels, Majors, Captains, From 14s. and Lieutenants, Royal Army Medical | to 251,100 249,900 Corps: . . . . . . . . . . ; 1l. 15s. 27 24 Ditto, Headquarters Staff and other British \ - - - - Establishments - - - - - || - Provided in various Votes. 3.24 3:24 Ditto, Indian Establishment - - - - 2 2 Medical Officers of the Royal Male) From 10s. Artillery - - - - - - to ll. 500 460 54 47 | Quartermasters, Royal Army Medicals o: Corps - - - - - - - | nial increments 9,800 11,900 of 1s. 6d. | 150l., and an 92 82 || Acting Medical Officers - - - - || amount equal 46,500 52,200 | to their retired > y Charge Pay, Extra Duty Pay, Specialist || Po Pay, and Reserve Pay- - - - - 9,600 10,000 Servant Allowance and Mess Allowance - - 14,400 14,200 842 832 || Total Numbers, British Establishment - 3.37. 337 || Total Numbers, Indian Establishment. 354,130 359,100 --- Deduct—for vacancies 1,179 || 1,169 9,630 4,500 - (c) 344,500 354,600 Contingencies - - - - - - - - - - (c) 900 900 Pay and Outfit Allowance of Reserve of Civil Surgeons - - - - 3,000 4,500 348,400 360,000 B.—PAY OF CIVILIAN MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS, &c. : Pay of Civilian Medical Practitioners, Militia Medical Officers, and Medical Officers of Military Prisons, including extra Fees for Visits and Medical Bills, &c. - - - - - - - - - 18,000 28,300 Payments to Dentists and to Civilian members and Clerical Staff of the Advisory Board for Army Medical Service . - - - - - 6,400 7,200 £. (c) 23,400 35,500 C.—PAY, &c. OF ARMY NURSING SERVICE: Rates of Pay, Numbers. Daily or Annual. 1906–07. 1907–08. £. | ARMY NURSING SERVICE: 1 1 | Matron in Chief - - - o s ] Principal Matron } Headquarters Staff - - Provided in Vote 13. \ * | \ 1 | Principal Matron - - - - - 175—10–205 |\ 37 37 | Matrons - - - - - 75–10–150 || 118 118 Sisters - - - - - - - || 50–5–65 21,300 r 40l.—2l. 10s.-- || 19,200 253 253 | Staff Nurses - - - - - -( 45l | TATT|T4II Deduct—for vacancies 6,000 ()15,300 / Charge Pay, Allowance for board, washing, and clothing, and Fees to Civilian members of Army Nursing Board, &c. (d) - - - - (c) 22,400 19,850 Pay, &c. of Nurses' Servants and Servant Allowance - - - - (c) 5,500 6,250 Nurses, &c., in Hospitals for Wives and Children - - - - - (c) 8,100 9,000 Grant to Soldiers' and Sailors' Families Association at Malta, and to Anglo-American Hospital at Cairo - - - - - - - 400 200 £. 51,700 54,500

(a) The total emoluments of officers serving at Home are shown in Appendix No. 18, page 228.

(b) Increased from 21. to 21. 5s. from 9th January, 1907.
(e) These amounts are distributed among Commands in Appendix No. 4, pp. 162 to 165.

a Reserve ten

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