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CLASS II.-continued.

Vote 40–VALUATION AND BOUNDARY SURVEY, IRELAND–continued.

ExPLANATION of the Causes of Variation between Expenditure and Grant.

A.—Salaries.—The saving on this Sub-Head is chiefly due to the transfer of Officers temporarily to Belfast Re-valuation work (Sub-Head G.) and to savings in the Allowance for Temporary Draughtsmen in connection with the work under the Irish Land Purchase Act, 1903.

B.—Travelling and Subsistence Allowances.—The excess on this Sub-Head is chiefly due to increased Boundary Survey work in order to keep pace with the requirements of the Ordnance Survey Department.

C.—Labour.—There is a saving on this Sub-Head, the Expenditure on which is of a fluctuating character, as it depends on the number and class of cases sent in each year in July for revision.

D.—Legal Expenses.—The Expenditure on this Sub-Head is practically beyond the control of this Department, depending upon the number and gravity of appeals lodged against the Valuations.

E.—Incidental Expenses.—Practically the whole amount of the Estimate was expended.

F.—Valuation Lists.—In the Estimates for 1905–1906 a sum of 400l. was included under this Sub-Head for special work thrown on this Department by Section 56 (1) of the Irish Land Act, 1903. It was found impossible to complete this work in 1905–1906, and in consequence there is an apparent saving of about 120l. ; but an equivalent allowance has been made in the Estimates for 1906–1907 in order to complete the work.

G.—Belfast Re-valuation.—There is a small saving on this Sub-Head. This service has now been completed. H.—Dublin Re-valuation.—This service was not commenced until 1906–7. 1.—Appropriations in Aid.

Repayments by Counties, &c.—The deficiency of 871. 10s. represents a payment by County Wicklow in March, 1905, which was not due till April, 1905. This caused a surplus in 1904–5 and a corresponding deficiency in 1905–6.

Receipts from Fees.—The receipts from this source fluctuate so much that it is impossible to make an Estimate with any degree of accuracy.

Repayments by Belfast Corporation.—These payments were deferred with the consent of the
Treasury, but application has since been made for the repayment of the balance due.

Receipts from Belfast Water Commissioners.-A sum of 152l. 9s. 9d. was received from the Belfast Water Commissioners for supplying a copy of the Belfast Re-valuation Lists. Part of this work was done in 1901 by the Belfast Re-valuation Staff, and the cost (120l. 2s. 9d.) charged to Sub-Head G. This sum is therefore credited to Appropriations in Aid, but ear-marked as a credit to the Belfast Re-valuation Service; and the balance (32l. 7s.), which represents work done in 1905–6 by the ordinary Office Staff in Dublin in bringing the Lists up to date, has been credited to Sub-Head A. (Salaries) 1905-6.

ExTRA REMUNERATION.

£, s. d

A.—Copying Valuation Lists (Sub-Head F.) - - - - - - - 427 12 10
B –Paid out of the Irish Land Commission Vote to Officers of this Department
for furnishing “Standard Year” certificates of valuation, extracts from

Valuation Lists, and marking boundaries, etc. - - - - - - 61 8 11
C.—Paid out of the Inland Revenue Vote to Officers of this Department for
making extracts from Valuation Lists of particulars of new valuations and
increases in existing valuations in Ireland for the purpose of assessments

to Income Tax (Treasury Letter 9047/05, dated 6th June 1905) - - 55 2 10
D.—Gratuities (Treasury Letters 19227/05, dated 10th November 1905, and

3660/06, dated 30th March 1906) . - - - - - - - 55 — —

E.—Personal Assistance to the Commissioner of Valuation - - - - 50 – –

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THE subjoined Summary compares the Gross Expenditure for the Services in Class II. with the Gross Grants for the Year 1905–6; and also shows the variation
between the Sums Estimated and Realised as Appropriations in Aid, together with other Extra Receipts, payable to the Exchequer.

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# Grant. Expenditure. on:out. Appropriations in Aid. Amount ..o.o.
s S E R V I C E. (Gross.) (Gross.) More Less -o- - -
Ž Surplus. Deficit. than Estimated. than Estimated. - *- - Realised.
fo. £. s. d. * , a a £. s. d. £. f. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. f. s. d
! | House of Lords Offices - - - - 42,051 41,312 4 9 738 15 3 - 5,239 19 9 - 5,978 15 — - -
2 House of Commons Offices - - - . 59.500 57.37s 9 2,121 is 8 - 3,948 11 6 - 6,070 6 9 - -
3 Treasury and Subordinate Departments - 102,209 99,054 2 10 3,154 17 2 - 918 19 9 - 4,073 16 11 ‘500 - - *500 – –
4 || Home Office - - - - lso was u s so s : – 688 2 6 - 4651 li i - -
5 Foreign Office - - - - - . 65,703 61,897 16 10 3,805 3 2 - - 21 18 – , 3,783 5 2 - -
6 Colonial office . . . . . . . 53,920 52.379 5 – 1,540 15 - - - - 1,59 15 - - 1 12 8
7 | Privy Council Office - - 11,172 10,792 5 9 79 14 3 - 414 – 6 - 793. 14 9 - -
8 || Board of Trade - - - 249,130 240,590 13 7 8,539 & 5 - i 950 15 4 - 9,490 l 9 - -
9 || Mercantile Marine Services - - 154,869 153,407 – 11 1,461 19 1 - . 4,942 9 7 - 6,404 8 S - -
10 Bankruptcy Departmentofthe Boardostole s(Net), - 8 - - - - - 8 – — - - -
11 Board of Agriculture and Fisheries - - 154,655 151,836 16 6 2,818 13 6 - 178 10 9 - 2,997 4 3 - | -
12 Charity Commission - - - - was won to 9 254 & 8 - - - 254 9 3 1,000 – – 2,299 3 2
13 Civil Service Commission . . . . 41.9% 37,012 is to 1292 + 2 - - - 4,292 4 2 710 – – 578 9 –
14 Exchequer and Audit Department - 7,672 - | 66,060 7 – 1,611 13 – - 90 — — . - 1,701 13 – - -
15 Friendly Societies Registry - - 7,810 7,677 13 3 132 6 9 - - -- 132 6 9 800 – – 815 9 9
16 || Local Government Board - - - 238,254 227,159 16 2 11,094 3 10 - 564 19 11 – 11,659 3 9 - -
17 | Lunacy Commission, England 16,486 16,228 9 6 257 10 6 - i - 60 10 - 197 6 - -

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Mint, including Coinage - - - - 108,253 102,488 14 8 5,764 5 4 - - - 5,764 5 4 47,800 - - , 250,527 19 7
National Debt Office - - - - - 15,836 15,429 18 6 406 1. 6 - 59 – 1 - 465. 1 7 *493 – — *583 – –
Public Record Office - - - - - 24,560 24,554 2 9 5 17 3 - - - 5 17 3 - -
Public Works Loan Commission - - 10,924 10,392 3 2 531 16 10 - - - 531 16 10 Is 1,100 – – 286 6 9
\*10,498 – – *8,320 3 2
Registrar General's Office, England - - 48,455 46,582 4 3 1,872 15 9 - 1,132 14 6 | - 3,005 10 3 - -
Stationery and Printing - - - - 856,783 853,430 3 ll 3,352 16 1 - 8,585 13 – - 11,938 9 1 - -
Office of Woods, Forests, and Land
Revenues, &c. - - - - - - 20,633 19,331 15 8 1,301 4 4 - - - 1,301 4 4 - 1 12 1
Office of Works and Public Buildings - 73,395 72,534 7 11 860 12 1 - - - 860 12 1 60 – — 60 – 6
Secret Service - - - - - - 65,000 35,427 8 9 29,572 11 3 - - - 29,572 11 3 - -
Office of the Secretary for Scotland - - 38,413 36,322 – 8 2,090 19 4 -- 110 16 s - 2,201 16 0 1,7 - - 977 11 8
Fishery Board for Scotland - - - 19,786 19,525 5 2 260 14 10 - - - 260 14 10 { 7,225 – — 6,736 16 10
*160 • * 100 — —
Lunacy Commission, Scotland - - - 6,909 6,636 18 11 272 1 1 -- 34 7 4 - | 306 8 5 - -
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Registrar General's Office, Scotland - - 5,531 5,263 9 10 267 10 2 - 70 18 – - 338 8 2 - -
Local Government Board for Scotland - 14,905 14,483 6 – 421 14 – - - - ! 421 14 – - 128 17. 1
Household of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 4,822 4,648 7 3 173 12 9 - - - 173 12 9 - -
Chief Secretary for Ireland - - - 26,224 26,140 9 1 83 10 11 - 79 10 9 - - 163 l 8 - -
Department of Agriculture and Technical -
Instruction, Ireland - - - - 193,162 191,447 15 6 1,714 4 6 - - 29 3 6 1,685 1 – - -
Charitable Donations and Bequests Office,
Ireland - - - - - - - - 2,070 2,035 11 – 40 9 – - – 18 10 | - | 41 7 10 - -
Local Government Board, Ireland 78,097 69,194 12 9 8,902 7 3 - - 661 3 5 8,241 3 10 - -
Public Record Office, Ireland - - - 5,359 5,206 18 4 152 1 8 - - | - 152 l 8 - -
Public Works Office, Ireland - - - 43,111 41,735 9 5 1,375 10 7 - - 120 4 4 1,255 6 3 | 19,191 - - 19,637 - -
Registrar General's Office, Ireland . . . 13,230 12,803 6 8 426 13 4 - 7s 5 6 - £04 18 10 - -
Valuation and Boundary Survey, Ireland - 29,719 29,370 3 ll | 348 16 l - 398 2 9 | - 746 18 10 - -
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TOTAL - £. 3,184,845 3,078,471 18 11 ions 1 1 - | 28,486 17 – S92 19 3 91,237 – – 291,554 2 3
More th o-
ToTAL Amount to be Surrendered - £. 133,966 1810 #...) £. 200,317 2 3

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