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CLASS III.-continued.

VOTE 21.

REFORMATORY AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS, IRELAND.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR-GENERAL.

1. ExPENDITURE in excess of the Estimate has taken place under Sub-Heads B., C., Excess. and D.

2. The Amount to be Surrendered is, as shown by the Account, 1287 l. 13s. 6d.

Surplus
£. 8, d.
Grant (Gross) - - - - - - - 111,891 – –
Expenditure (Gross) - - - - - 110,680 3 8
Net Surplus - - - £ 1,210 16 4
Add,

Appropriations in Aid realised in excess of the -
timate - - - - - - - 76 17 2
Total Amount to be Surrendered - - £. 1,287 13 6

John A. Kempe,
Comptroller and Auditor General.

CLASS III.-continued.

VOTE 22.
DUNDRUM CRIMINAL LUNATIC ASYLUM, IRELAND.

ACCOUNT of the Sum Expended, compared with the Sum Granted, to pay the Expenses of the MAINTENANCE of CRIMINAL LUNATICs in the DUNDRUM CRIMINAL LUNATIC ASYLUM, IRELAND, 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. H| Less More than Granted. than Granted. £. s. d £. s. d * . . . . . A.—Salaries and Wages - - - - 3,850 – — 3,928 5 7 - 78 5 7 B.—Victualling Patients and Rations for Attendants - - - - -(Net) 2,449 – – 2,384 18 10 64 1 2 C.—Clothing for Patients and Uniform Clothing - - - - - - 439 – — 393 5 — 45 15 - D.--Medicines and Surgical Instruments, &c. 45 – — 41 3 7 3 16 5 E.—Escort and Conveyance of Patients - - 40 – – 33 8 2 || 6 11 to F.—Allowances to Patients - - - - 50 – — 31 11 5 18 8 7 G ––Incidental Expenses - - - - 120 – — 119 5 2 – 14 10 -6,993 – – 6,931 17 9 139 7 10 || 78 5 7 Farm and Garden : £. s. d. Receipts - - - 486 1 7 Expenditure - 285 19 9 Excess of Receipts over Expenditure - £. 200 1 10 Deduct— AddLess : — \ - – 1 10 – 1 10 Applied in reduction of charge against Sub-Head B, as per Estimate - - - £. 200 — — 6,993 – – 6,391 15 11 139 9 8 78 5 7 l)educt Deficit - - - - - - - - 78 5 7 Net Surplus to be Surrendered - - - £. 61 4 1 £, s. d. Estimated Amount of Extra Receipts payable to Exchequer - - - - - - 13 — —

Amount of Extra Receipts realised in the Year 1905–1906, and paid over to Exchequer - 16 — 4

Number of Criminal Lunatics Estimated for - - - - - - - - 170

Daily average number of Criminal Lunatics maintained - - - - - - 160

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EXPLANATION of the CAUSEs of VARIATION between ExPENDITURE and GRANT.

A-Excess due to the employment of a “Locum Tenens” during the absence on sick leave of the Assistant Physician, payment of a Marriage Gratuity to a Female Attendant, and the usual annual increments; part of which extra Expenditure was met by savings effected through vacancies in the staff.

B.-Saving due to the average number of patients maintained being less than estimated.

C.-Saving due to the average number of patients maintained being less than estimated, and also to the absence of destruction of clothing by patients.

D.—Amount unexpended.
E.—Amount unexpended.
F.—Amount unexpended.
G.—Amount unexpended.

The Surplus of ll. 2s. 6d., shown on the Account of the Vote “Dundrum Criminal Lunatic Asylum, Ireland,” for the year ended 31st March 1905, has been surrendered. John G. Squires,

G. Revington, M.D.,
Sub-Accounting Officer.

Accounting Officer.
30th October, 1906.

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

H. J. Bidwell, John A. Kempe,

Comptroller and Auditor General.

VOTE 22.
DUNDRUM CRIMINAL LUNATIC ASYLUM, IRELAND.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR GENERAL.

1. ExPENDITURE in excess of the Estimate has taken place under Sub-Head A. Excess.

2. The usual Statements relating to the Farm and Garden Accounts have been for- §. and warded, and their accuracy has been tested, as far as possible, by the aid of documents" furnished with the Monthly Cash Accounts, and by an examination applied locally.

3. The Amount to be Surrendered is, as shown by the Account, 61.4s. 1d. Surplus. £. s. d. Grant (Gross) - - - - - - - - 6,993 – – Expenditure (Gross) - - - - - - - 6,931 17 9 o Net Surplus - - - £. 61 2 3

Add;—

Net Surplus on Farm and Garden Account- - — 1 10
Total Amount to be Surrendered - - - £. 61 4 1

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STORE Accounts.

4. The Accounts of the receipt and issue of provisions and miscellaneous stores, and of Stores.

the manufacture and repair of articles for use in the asylum, have been subjected to a local test examination, with satisfactory results.

John A. Kempe,
- - - - - -- - - --- - - - - - Comptroller and Auditor General.

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The subjoined Summary compares the Gross Expenditure for the Services in Class III, 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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Law Charges, England

Miscellaneous Legal Expenses

Supreme Court of Judicature
Land lèegistry

County Courts - -
Police, England and Wales -

Prisons, England and the Colonies

Britain

Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum

Expenditure A - - - - - - Other Extra Receipts
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Grant Expenditure compared with Grant. - Amount payable to Exchequer.
S E IRV I C E. (Gross) (Gross) - - to be
ross). Fross). - More Less Surrendered. - -
Surplus. Deficit. than Estimated. than Estimated. Estimated. Realised.
£. E. s. d. e. s. d. c. s. d. c. s. d. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d
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87,952 80,800 7 3 7,151 12 9 - 1,603 16 7 8,755 9 4 - -
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62,247 60,447 9 2 1,799 to 10 - - 5 9 | 1,799 16 7 260 – - 177 17 6
also on u 272, is - 6,174 12 6 8,901 10 7 - 835 - -
- - - 44,102 42,377 11 8 1,724 8 4 - - 1,724 8 4 - -
515,452 508,464 3 8 6,987 16 4 - 9,817 19 7 16,805 15 11 - - -
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40,010 36,652 2 9 3,357 17 3 - - 3,357 17 3 - -
775,443 746,191 5 93 29,251 14 24 - 6,060 18 6; 35,312 12 9 - -
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Reformatory and Industrial Schools, Great |
- - - - - 278,299 269,383 9 1 8,915 10 11 - 876 9 2 | 9,792 – 1 - -
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37,001 | 35,083 14 5 1,917 5 7 - 5 12 4 1,922 17 11 - 1 – —

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Law Charges and Courts of Law, Seotland 128,841 124,641 6 10 4,299 13 2 622 l 2 - 4,921 14 4 -- -
Register House, Edinburgh - - 42,481 41,687 6 11 793 13 1 - - 793 13 1 50 – — 48 12 10
Crofters Commission - - - 4,545 4,282 19 5 262 – 7 - - 262 – 7 - -
Prisons, Scotland - - - - - 92,817 91,677 7 8 1,139 12 4 1,485 2 10 - 2,624 15 2 - -
Law Charges and Criminal Prosecutions,
Ireland - - - - - - - 64,906 63,926 19 9 979 – 3 212 8 5 - 1,191 8 8 *1,600 – – *1,495 18 \
Supreme Court of Judicature, &c., Ireland 103,525 101,544 4 ll 1,980 15 1 - 336 7 8 1,644 7 5 - -
The Irish Land Commission - - - 167,665 166,696 9 5 968 10 7 171 17 l - 1,140 7 8 *8,000 – – *8,000 - -
County Court Officers, &c., Ireland - - 114,953 114318 7 634 13 – 727 18 ll - 1,362 11 11 - -
Dublin Metropolitan Police - - 150,994 147,871 12 1 3,122 7 11 116 11 8 - 3,238 19 7 - -
Royal Irish Constabulary- - - - 1,324,003 1,322,332 2 11 1,670 17 1 2,066 15 6 - 3,737 12 7 - -
brisons, Ireland - - - - - - 125,680 120,131 5 7 5,548 14 5 350 s 11 -- 5,899 3 4 -
Reformatory and Industrial Schools,
Ireland - - - - - - - 111,89, 110,680 3 8 1,210 16 4 76 17 2 - 1,287 13 6 - -
Dundrum Criminal Lunatic Asylum,
Ireland - - - - - - - 6,993 6,931 17 9 61 2 3 – 1 10 - 61 4 1 13 – 16 .. 4
TOTAL - - - £. - 4,653,774 4,567,269 9 7; 86,504 10 4+ 30,369 17 11: 336 7 8 992, - - 10.078 8 9
TOTAL Amount to be Surrendered - £. 116,538 – 8 *... o 150 8 9

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