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CLASS III.-continued.

VOTE 19.

ROYAL. IRISH CONSTABULARY.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR GENERAL.

1. ExPENDITURE in excess of the Estimate has taken place under Sub-Heads Excess. A., C., L., P., Q., and S.

2. A Special Sub-Head has been introduced into the Account, with Treasury sanction, special for the purpose of recording a . of 10l. 5s. 10d. to recoup an Officer for public Sub-Head. money stolen from his Office in barrack.

3. The Amount to be Surrendered is, as shown by the Account, 3,737 l. 12s. 7d. Surplus. £. S. d. Grant (Gross) - - - - - - - - - - 1,324,003 – — Expenditure (Gross) - - - - - - - 1,322,332 2 11 Net Surplus - - - - £. 1,670 17 1

Add,—
Appropriations in Aid realised in excess of the Estimate 2,066 15 6

Total Amount to be Surrendered - - £. 3,737 12 7

STORE ACCOUNTS.

4. A limited test was applied to the Store Accounts with satisfactory results. Test Audit.

John A. Kempe,
- Comptroller and Auditor General.

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ACCOUNT of the Sum Expended, compared with the Sum Granted, to defray the Expenses of the GENERAL PRISONs BoARD in IRELAND, and of the Establishments under their control, the Registration of Habitual Criminals, and the Maintenance of Criminal Lunatics confined in District Lunatic Asylums in the Year ended 31st March 1906, showing the Surplus or Deficit

upon each Sub-Head of the Vote.

Expenditure compared with Grant. SERVICE. | GRANT ExPENDITURE. --- ------ Less | More than Granted. than Granted. OFFICE OF GENERAL PRISONS BOARD. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s d A. —Salaries, &c. - - - - - 8,971 - — 8,921 10 3 49 9 9 B. -i.; Expenses - - - | 1,000 - – 931 1 0 68 19 — C. —Incidental Expenses - - - 100 – – 81 3 7 18 16 5 PRISONs, &c. D. —Salaries and Wages - - - - 45,000 – – 43,991 17 8 || 1,008 2 4 E. –Allowances for Officers in lieu of Quarters, Fuel and Light - - - 1,550 – – 1,588 5 4 - 38 5 4 F. —Uniforms for Officers - - - 1,800 – – 1,560 17 7 239 2 5 G. —Victualling for Prisoners - - - 16,000 – – 14,479 7 3 1,520 12 9 H. —Clothing for Prisoners 3,000 – – 2,876 7 123 13 – I. —Bedding for Prisoners - - 575 – – 527 17 3 47 2 9 J. —Medicines, Surgical Instruments, &c. 453 – – 392 10 S 60 9 4 K. —Gratuities to Prisoners - - - - | 1,000 — — 909 13 S 90 6 4 -L. –Furniture, Kitchen Utensils, Crockery, &c. 650 – – 626 – 10 23 19 2 M.–Soap, Scouring, and Cleaning Articles - 700 – – 613 15 S 86 4 4 N. —Escort and Conveyance of Prisoners 10,450 – – 10,499 4 7 - 49 4 7 O. —Fuel, Light, and Water - - - 9,000 – – 8,257 3 7 || 742 16 5 P. —Rent - - - - - - - 515 – — 510 10 - 8 4 9 4 Q. --New Buildings and Alterations - - || 4,950 – – 4,651 15 8 298 4 4 R. -Ordinary Repairs of Buildings - - 3,500 – 3,383 12 116 8 – S. –Maintenance of Children of Female Prisoners - - - - - - 16 — — - 16 — — T. —Incidental Expenses - - - - 1,350 — 1,252 12 11 97 7 1 U. —Fine Fund - - - - - 50 – — 22 10 – 27 10 — V. -Contributions to Discharged Prisoners' Aid Societies - - - - 50 – — 50 – – - W.—Maintenance of Criminal Lunatics - - 15,000 – – 14,003 8 5 996 11 7 GROSS TOTAL £, 125,680 – – 120,131 5 75,536 a 4 || so on Surplus of Gross Estimate over Expenditure. Estimated. Realised. £. 5,548 14 5 Deduct, L s"Tou". X.—*Appropriations in Aid - - - 3,250 – – 3,600 8 ll 39. 350 8 11 Total Surplus to be Sur. rendered. NET TOTAL - - - £. 122,430 – – 116,530 16 8 £. 5,899 3 4 *Appropriations in Aid. Receipts. Payments. Aś i. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. Manufacturing Department - 16,333 17 9 13,077 5 2 3,256 12 7 Miscellaneous Receipts 348 6 6 4 10 2 343 16 4 £. 16,682 4 3 13,081 15 4 3,600 8 11 o

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CLAss III.-continued.

WoTE 20–PRISONs, IRELAND–continued.

EXPLANATION of the Causes of Variation between Expenditure and Grant.

A.—Variation due to sanctioned changes in the Office Staff in the year.
É)—saving incidental to Estimate and variable nature of Expenditure.

D.—Savings due to reduction of staff consequent on the closing of one Prison and one Bridewell during the year, and to vacancies and changes on the staffs of the Prisons generally.

E—More officers became entitled to lodging allowances than was anticipated when the Estimate was framed.

F.—Same explanation as under D.
G.—Fewer prisoners and cheaper food supplies than anticipated.

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i.-Estimated as closely as possible.

0.—Savings due to economies effected in the consumption of coal and gas at Mountjoy Prison, and to the price of coal at the Prisons generally being lower than anticipated.

P.—Cessation of a rent on expiration of a lease.

Q.—Detailed explanation appended.

R.—Estimated as closely as possible.

S.—No Expenditure incurred under this Sub-Head.

T.—Variable nature of Expenditure.

U.—Expenditure regulated by amount of fines levied on Prison Officers.

W.—No variation.

W.—The claims of Asylum Authorities for maintenance of lunatic soldiers and sailors under the Lunacy (Ireland) Act, 1901, for the years 1902-3, 1903-4, and 1904-5, which were provided for under this Sub-Head for 1905-6, amounted to less than was anticipated.

X.—Estimated as closely as possible.

The excess of Receipts over Payments (3,256!. 12s. 7d.) Manufacturing Department, 1905-6, is accounted for as follows:– £. 8 d. £. s. d

Net Profit, as per Manufacturing Statement, 1905–6 - - - - - 3,568 ii 8,
Deduct,
Increase of Stock within the year - - - - - - - - 190 11 2
Increase in debts due to the Manufacturing Department - - - 45 9 10%
Decrease in debts due by the Manufacturing Department - 75 18 1

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The Expenditure in excess of the Estimate under Sub-Beads E. and N. has been authorised by the Treasury per Letter No. 6151, dated 20th March, 1906.

Gratuities on Marriage paid with the sanction of the Treasury to the undermentioned female Prison Officers have been charged to Sub-head D of the Prisons, Ireland, Vote 1905–1906.

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Assistant Matron Keenan, Limerick Female Prison - - - - - - 30 1 3
Assistant Matron Riordan, Belfast Prison - - - - - - - - 60 17 1
Assistant Matron Hayes, Tullamore Prison - - - - - - - 50 7 6

A Return of Extra Remuneration exceeding £25 in the aggregate received by Prison Officers from Public Funds in the year 1905–1906, in addition to their fixed salaries is appended.

CLASS III.-continued.

Vote 20–PRISONs, IRELAND–comtinued.

ExTRA REMUNERATION.

RETURN of Prison Officers who have received Pensions or other Government Money, in addition to the fixed Salaries and Emoluments of their Offices provided for in the Estimate for Prisons, lceland, 1905-1906, where the amount of such extra Remuneration exceeded 25l. in the aggregate, during the Year ended 31st March 1906.

- - - Nature of ReService for which muneration, Rank in Ext Source from whether PRISON. Name of Officer. o,xtra, Amount. “Folo," Prisons' Service. Remuneration was which Provided. Salary,” or Received. ...” £. s. Mountjoy - Major A. F. Deputy Army Army Vote 120 – – Pension. Owen-Lewis Governor Ditto John Ryan - Ordinary Warder - ditto - - - I - ditto - 26 13 2 - (litto Ditto Robert Bollard . ditto - - Royal Irish Con- Constabulary 50 – – - ditto stabulary Vote Ditto - - || Thomas Hession- || Night Patrol Irish Prison Service | Superannuation 36 5 3 || - ditto. ote Ditto Timothy Dinneen - ditto - - I - ditto ditto 75 14 4 - ditto. Ditto Denis Hogan - Ordinary Warder Army - - - Army Vote 48 13 4 - ditto. Ditto Hugh Cochrane. ditto - - Royal Irish Con- Constabulary 44 18 6 - ditto. stabulary Vote Maryborough Captain William Governor - Army Army Vote 200 – – - ditto. arrows Ditto Peter Dunne Ordin Royal Irish Con- Constabulary 42 2 4 - ditto. Warder stabulary Vote Ditto Hugh Dunphy - Temporary - ditto - ditto 62 – – - ditto. Warder Ditto John Worrall . ditto - - ditto ditto 53 3 11 - ditto. Ditto - Ed. Muldowney ditto - - ditto ditto 48 7 2 - ditto. Ditto - Patrick Geraghty ditto - - ditto ditto 48 7 2 - ditto. Ditto Richard Wogan - ditto - - ditto ditto - 53 3 l l - ditto. Ditto Thomas Ego - -, ditto . . . . . ... ditto ;..... . . . . ditto - 42 2 4 - ditto. Armagh Ven. C. K. Irwin, Church of Ireland Chaplain, Military Army Vote 35 – – | Variable D. D. Chaplain amount. Belfast John Bartley - Ordinary Royal Irish Con. Constabulary 48 7 2 | Pension. Warder .*. Vote Castlebar - M. O’M. Knott Medical Officer | Surgeon, Royal Irish - ditto 50 – – || Variable Constabulary amount. Ditto ditto. - ditto - - Surgeon, Milita Army Vote 40 - - I - ditto. Ditto John Campbell - o Keeper Army - - - ditto 31 18 9 || Pension. ( ina) Clonmel Rev. L. C. Warren Church of Ireland Chaplain Military ditto 75 – – Variable Chaplain annount. Ditto Peter Whelan Ordinar Royal Irish Con- Constabulary 30 — — . Pension. Woer stabulary Vote Cork Male T. B. Moriarty - || Medical Officer | Army - - - || Army Vote- 365 – – - ditto. Ditto - John Irwin - Bridewell Royal Irish Con- Constabulary 49 19 5 - ditto. Keeper stabulary Vote o Ditto - Denis Courtney ditto (Mallow) - ditto - - ditto - 32 4 9 || - ditto. Dundalk Rev. R. S. G. Church of Ireland Chaplain, Military Army Vote- 100 — — . Variable Hamilton Chaplain amount. Ditto - Robert McBarron Bridewell Royal Irish Con- Constabulary 48 7 2 Pension. Keeper stabulary Vote (Newry) Galway R. J. Kinkead Medical Officer | Professor, Queen's | Queen's Colleges 150 – – Fixed College, Galway Vote (Ireland) Salary. Ditto Patrick Fallon - || Bridewell Royal Irish Con- Constabulary 30 — — . Pension. Keeper stabulary Vote (Loughrea) Ditto John Ladley - ditto - ditto - ditto - || 48 7 2 - ditto. (Clifden) Kilkenny - James Scott Ordinary ditto ditto - - || 46 6 7 || - ditto. - Warder Kiln.ainham Rev, P. Fee Roman Catholic | Chaplain, Royal Hos- Army Vote - || 70 7 – Fixed Chaplain pital, Kilmainham - Limerick - Philip Bolger Bridewell Royal Irish Con- Constabulary 60 – – Pension. Keeper stabulary Vote (Kilrush) Ditto - - || Thomas Waldron | Ordinary ditto ditto - - 49 19 5 ditto. Warder - - Londonderry Laurence Power | Chief Warder - I - ditto - - - I - ditto - 29 – – ditto. Tralee Very Rev. Dean Roman Catholic | Chaplain, Military Army Vote 57 — — . Variable Carmody Chaplain amount. Tullamore - || Thomas Green Ordinary Royal Irish Con- || Constabulary 48 7 2 | Pension. Warder stabulary Vote Ditto Edward Wilkin- || Bridewell ditto - ditto - 30 — — . . ditto. son Keeper (Birr) J. S. Gibbons, J. J. Rafter, Chairman. Clerk in Charge of Accounts.

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CLASS III.-continued.

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WoTE 20.—PRISONs, IRELAND–continued.

The fines inflicted on Prison Officers and deducted from their Salaries in the year ended 31st March 1096 amounted to 421. 3s. 7d. The Surplus of 5,891. 16s. 1d., shown on the Account of the Vote “Prisons, Ireland,” for the year ended 31st March 1905, has been surrendered. J. J. Rafter, J. S. Gibbons, Clerk in Charge of Accounts. Chairman and Accounting Officer, Office of General Prisons Board,

Dublin Castle. 19 November 1906.

I certify that this Account has been examined under my directions, and is correct.

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inebriate Re 'ditional"Colis 100 95 4 1 || 4 15 11 | -
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Examined, John A. Kempe, H. J. Bidwell. Comptroller and Auditor General. - SUB-HEAD Q. “NEW BUILDINGS and ALTERATIONs " WOTE 1905–1906. --- - Balance. - - - - Prison. Service. Vote. Expenditure. Unexpended. Excess. * Observations. . nexpended. Excess. £. £. s. d. £. s. d. lt. s. d £ s. d. -- - - - *|†" |}ow on , ; - | 4 7 || Total Estimate 27,060 — — - Expenditure to | 31 March 1906 26,758 1 10 - Casual variation. l | Balance - £ 301 18 2 | do. o. o"..."; || 100 - 100 - Work postponed to provide for i. :i - - - - Laundry at Mountjoy Prison Mountjoy - | New A ia- (Treasury Letter No. 19225/05). - : o - - - - tionWorkshop }% 302 4 9 || 197 15 3 || – o: 1,950 Work is being done by prison o'. 78s s 1 |\labour., Less orogress was - made during the year than - Balance - c 1,161 in 11 || anticipated. do. Novi, or }400 100 - - 300 - - - Total Estimate 1,151 – — Expenditure to 31 March 1906 100 - - || Less progress was made with the work than was anticipated. Balance - £ 1,051 - - | do. o ...: nt }300 620 3 4 - 320 3 4 || Total Estimate 500 – – || Work carried out byhired labour - Expenditure to instead of prison labour as origi31 March 1906 806 5 3 || nally intended. Excess Expen- |diture sanctioned by Treasury. Excess - £ 306 5 3 || (Ty. L. No. 19225/05.) do. Store-room for | s Work postponed to providefunds Stationery }100 - 100 — — . — - \for Laundry.(Ty,L.No.19225/05) do. Water Supply | Cottages: Re- t construction 2 100 83 2 9 16 17 3 -- | - Casual variation. of Baths (Fe- | i male Prison) do. Concrete Paths 90 - 90 – — - sWork postponed to providefunds d so | i - \ forLaundry. (Ty.L.No.19225/05) 0. ew Gas Main * - - (Female Prison) } 90 89 19 5 — — i. - - - Casual variation. do. PotatoSteamers (3s) 59 3 2 – 16 10 - - do. do. | Additional | o *:: - 60 36 15 — 23 5 — - | - Work not completed. tion) . | | do. olo ho } 50 49 19 2 — — 10 || – - Casual variation.

- Expenditure incurred for locks - - supplied in 1904, the account

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