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Vote 34.—DEPARTMENT of AGRICULTURE AND TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION, IRELAND–continued.
ExPLANATION of the causes of variation between Expenditure and Grant—continued.
C.-A small saving was effected on the provision for Special Reports, and foreign postage and telegrams.
D–The amount inserted in the Estimate for the collection of Trade Statistics proved insufficient. The excess was sanctioned by Treasury Letter No. 4236/06.
G 1.-The saving was due in part to illness and vacancies in the Museum Staff, and to the number of artisans employed in making fittings being less than usual. A saving was also effected in the provision for Lecturers at the Summer Courses held in the Royal College of Science. The vacancy caused by the death of the Headmaster of the School of Art in August 1905, was not filled, pending the Report of the Committee of Inquiry into the Royal Hibernian Academy and the School of Art.
G 2.—No variation.
G 6.—The number of students for whom accommodation could be provided at the Summer Courses in the Royal College of Science was less than anticipated, and a saving resulted in the provision made for their examinations, subsistence allowance and travelling expenses.
G 7.-Fractional excess.
G 8.-Some of the teachers in training at the Metropolitan School of Art were not in attendance for the full term, and a smaller number were admitted to the Summer Course than had been estimated for. The full awards under the scheme for prizes were not made, as the standard entitling a pupil to a prize was now attained in several cases.
G 10.-Saving due to illness of some officers of the Museum, Staff, and to the number of meetings of scientific bodies attended by Professors and Lecturers of the Royal College of Science being less than usual.
G 11.-A saving was effected on the provision for advertising and uniforms.
H 1 and 2.-The number of pupils who proved to be eligible for Grants at the close of the Session was less than the number estimated for. The data available at the time the Estimate was framed did not enable a closer approximation to be made.
H 3.−No variation.
H 4.—The excess was due to an unforeseen increase in the number of pupils who received instruction in manual work during the Session.
H 5.—The excess Expenditure was owing to a much larger increase in the number of pupils who qualified for Grants than was anticipated (9,791 as compared with 8,529 in the previous Session), and also to an increase in the average grant payable upon the attendance of each pupil as compared with previous years, due largely to a closer observance of the regulations of the programme on the part of the Schools. The excesses on this and the preceding Sub-Head were sanctioned by Treasury Letter No. 4236/06.
I 1.-The full amount of the allowances to the Director and Senior Geologist did not rank for payment within the year, as the pay-day—retained on transfer of the Staff of the Geological Survey from the Board of Education—is the 22nd of the month.
I 2.-Casual Saving.
L.—The number of fee-paying students in the Metropolitan School of Art was less than in previous years, which may be attributed to the death of the Headmaster before the opening of the Session.
Vote 34.—DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION, IRELAND–continued.
RETURN of Officers of the DEPARTMENT who have received Pensions or other Government Money in addition to the fixed Salaries and Emoluments of their offices, where the amount of suc
Extra Remuneration exceeded £25 in the aggregate, year ended 31st March 1906.
37 Ship Inspectors and
Special duty in connection with
Marking Examination Papers
Examiner at Intermediate Exami-
Examiner at Intermediate Exami-
Marking Examination Papers
T | Examiner at Intermediate Exami-
Inspection at Mare Shows
Adams, J. Assistant, Royal Col- Summer Course -
Class IV., Vote 1. - -
Board for Ireland.
5 men employed on Swine Fever Investigation Duty received Pensions from the Dublin Metropolitan Police, the Royal Irish Constabulary, and the Army Vote, amounting to
Vote 34.—DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION, IRELAND.—continued.
Service for which Extra Remu
Source from which
Rank. neration was received. provided. the year. £ s. d. Lyons, W. J. - Assistant, Royal || Summer Course - - - Class II., Vote 34 . ; 25 – – - * - - Endowment Fund of 30 - College of Science. 3.x r Department. Luke, F. - Second Master at Summer Course - - - - Class II., Wote 34 - - 20 – — the Metropolitan || Teaching Royal College of Science ** -> - - 16 — — | School of Art - U. Drawing Class. | Lectures at Royal Botanic Gar- ** xx - - 25 – Moore, F. W. . . Keeper of Royal Bo. dens. tanic Gardens - || Lectures at Albert Agricultural | Endowment Fund of 50 – – College. Department. Nichols, A. R. - | Assistant Naturalist, Sunday and evening attendances Class II., Vote 34 - - 33 19 6 Science and Art Museum. Junior Fellowship, Royal Uni- Royal University of Ire- 100 - O'Farrelly, A. Lecturer, Royal Col-J versity of Ireland. land. lege of Science. | Examiner at Intermediate Exami- || Intermediate Education 52 – — nations. Board for Ireland. Orr, W. McF. - Professor, Royal Col. Examiner at Intermediate Exami- || Intermediate Education 87 6 — lege of Science nations. Board for Ireland. * - - - iversit l Universit f 50 – — Seymour, Henry J. Geologist - For Royal University Roand. niversity o Tilly, B. I. . Clerk and Registrar, Superintending Examinations Class II., Wote 34 - 36 15 —
| School of Art.
Return of Pensioned Military Officers who received casual remuneration, amounting to £25 and upwards: from the Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction for Ireland, in the Year ended: 31st March 1906.
The Surplus of 10,307.l.. 14s. 1d. shown on the Account of the Vote “Department of Agriculture and Technical lnstruction, Ireland” for the year ended 31st March 1905, has been surrendered.
Office of Department of Agriculture and
15 November 1906.
J. P. Walsh,
T. P. Gill, Accounting Officer.
I certify that this Account has been examined under my directions, and is correct.
H. J. Bidwell.
John A. Kempe, Comptroller and Auditor General.
ACCOUNT of the Receipts and Payments by the Department in respect of the Moneys placed at its disposal by the Agriculture and Technical Instruction (Ireland)
A. : Section of
* The expenditure in 1905-6 on instruction in manual work and domestic economy in rural districts, towards which the Agricultural Board made grants of 5,000l. in 1902-3, 5,500l. in 1903–4, 7,500l. in 1904-5, and 7,500l. in 1905-6, to be administered by the Board of Technical Instruction, is included in this sum.
Section of -
I’ certify that this Account has been examined under my directions, and is correct.