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CLASS IV.-continued.

VOTE 1. EDUCATION.

Expenses of the BoARD OF EDUCATION, and of the various Establishments connected Surplus or Deficit upon each Sub-Head of the Vote.

ExPLANATION
- Of the Causes of Wariation between Expenditure and Grant.

Deficit: Due to slight under-estimate of expenditure during a period of considerable pressure and of change.

Surplus: Casual variation. The nature of this service precludes an exact estimate.

Deficit: This estimate was a considerable reduction on previous years, but owing to the impossibility of forecasting the inquiries that were held, it proved insufficient for the service.

Surplus: Due to a further reduction in the work connected with Examinations, etc.
Surplus: Same observation.

Surplus : Due to the reorganization of the Inspectorate and to the number of the Examination papers in advanced stages not having been so large as was anticipated. Yos.

Surplus : Due to the reorganization of the Inspectorate.

Surplus: Casual variation.

Surplus: Casual variation, chiefly in Disablement Allowances.

Surplus : Casual variation.

Surplus : Due to the average attendance on which payments were made being less than was anticipated.

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C4.—Annual Grants for Education 39,080 – – 52,657 1 5 - 13,577 l 5 of Blind, Deaf, Defective and Epileptic Children (56 & 57 Wic., c. 42, and 62 & 63 Wic., c. 32) 5.—Grants to School Boards (33 & 34 Vic., c. 75, s. 97 and 60 Vic., c. 16)

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-cont.

10,000 — — sigo s s 1,839 in 4

6.—Aid Grants to Local Education 2,432,000 — — 2,429,813 l 11 2,186 18 l

Authorities (2 Edwd. VII,
c. 42. s. 10) -

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7.—Payments under the Education (Local Authorities Default) Act, 1904 (4 Edwd. VII, c. 18):

| GRANTS TOWARDS ExPENDITURE ON TRAINING OF TEACHERS, PUPiL TEACHERS, &c.

D1.--Grants for Training of Teachers 309,843 – – - 312,672 15 10 - 2,829 15 10

2.—Building Grants for Training 10,000 — – - 10,000 — — . --Colleges

3. – Grants for Education and 160,000 – – 175,254 — — . - 15,254 — — . Training of Pupil Teachers, &c.

GRANTs TowARDs ExPENDITURE ON
SEcoSDARY SCHOOLS:

E.—Grants for Secondary Schools 242,500 – – 239,639 14 8 2,860 5 4

GRANTS TOWARDS EXPENDITURE ON
OTHER AIDED SCHOOLS AND
CLASSES :

391,421 13 10 - 1,421 13 10

F1. – Grants for Evening Schools, 390,000 – –
Technical Institutions,
Schools of Art, &c.

2–souri. Royal and La 18780 - - 7.3% - 5 has 19 Exhibitions and Prizes

3. Examples of Students' Works 1,150 – – 634 10 2 515 9 10 -
and Materials for Examina-
tions
| 341 16 2 -
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4. Grants for Miscellaneous 810 – – 468 3 10

Schools |

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CLAss IV.-continued.

EDUCATION.—continued.

EXPLANATION
Of the Causes of Variation between Expenditure and Grant.

Deficit: Due to an unexpected increase in the number of Schools and the average attendance of Children attending them

Surplus: Due to the final charges of this moribund service proving to be lighter than anticipated.

Surplus: Casual variation.

Surplus : Token sum not required

Deficit: Casual variation.

Surplus: This is a new service, and no claims matured for payment within the period of aCCOunt.

Deficit : Due to an overlap of Grants from 1904–5, in which year there was a saving.

Surplus: Casual variation.

Deficit : Casual variation.

Surplus : Due partly to resiznations during the currency of the Scholarships and partly to a smaller number of Teachers having applied for Aid to attend Provincial Colleges.

Surplus: Due to suitable Students' works not being available for purchase as examples and to the materials required for examinations being less costly than estimated for. The Estimate has been reduced by 200l. in 1906–07.

Surplus : Due to Grants for Elementary Drawing and Manual Instruction in non-Public Schools having been slightly less than was estimated for, and to delay in forwarding the reports of the Inspectors t , the Board in time to enable payment to be made before the close of the | year. , The year 1905-6 was a transitional year, in which the Inspection of the Poor Law Schools was transferred from Special Poor Law Inspectors to the ordinary Staff of the Board.

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CLASS IV.-continued.

VoTE 1.—BoARD of

Expenditure, compared with Grant.

SERVICE. GRANT. ExPENDITURE. –––––––– - - Less More than Granted. than Granted. - - – | £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d." Brought forward - - - 12,513,428 – – 12,471,624 14 10 || 76,937 4 7 || 35,133 19 5 ROYAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, LONDON : G1.-Salaries and Wages - - 14,748 – - 14,211 1 4 536 18 S 2.—Exhibitions and Allowances 4,225 – — 3,763 7 3 461 12 9 to Students 3. –Laboratory Expenses. Appa- 3,750 – — 3,699 I 11 50 18 1 ratus, Instruments, Materials, &c. (including a Grant in Aid) Committee of Inquiry - 121 3 4 - 121 3 4 ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART: H1.-Salaries and Wages - 7, 178 – — 6,849 9 3 328 10 9 2.--Allowances to Students 4,165 – – 3,959 13 2 205 6 10 3.—Materials, Plants, Models, &c. 1,100 — — 1,089 6 1 10 13 11 Museums AND CIRCULATION: I 1.—Salaries and Wages (Victoria 29,762 – – 28,844 12 1 917 7 ll and Albert Museum) 2.—Salaries and Wages (Bethnal 1,770 – — 1,758 16 9 11 3 3 Green) - - - 3–Police (Victoria and Albert 10,630 – – 10,583 14 10 46 5 2 Museum) 4–Police(Bethnalgreen) - 1,700 – – 1,686 16 1 13 3 11 5.—Travelling and Postage - - 750 – – 600 1 1 9 149 S 3 6.—Incidental Expenses, &c. - 100 — — 53 2 1 46 17 11 7.—Purchase Grant, Science (Grant 1,560 – – 1,560 – — - in Aid) 8.–Purchase Grant, Art (Grant 11,000 — — 11,000 — — - in Aid) 9.—local Museums, Grant in 1,000 — — 1,000 — — - Aid of Carried forward . 4. 12,606,866 – – 12,562,405 10 9 79,715 12 0 || 35,255 2 9

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CLASS IV.-continued.

EDUCATION.—continued.

ExPLANATION
Of the Causes of Wariation between Expenditure and Grant.

Surplus :

Surplus :
the Board by its short courses having been less than was anticipated.

Surplus :

Surplus :
Surplus:

Surplus :

Surplus:
Surplus :
Surplus :

Surplus :

Surplus:

Due to changes in the Staff.

Due to the number of Students who availed themselves of the instruction afforded by

Casual variation.

This is further Expenditure in connection with the Committee of Inquiry, authorized by the Treasury, which was appointed to consider and report on certain matters affecting the Royal College of Science and Royal School of Mines.

Due to changes in the Staff.
Due mainly to resignations and absences of Students.

Casual variation.

Due to changes in the Staff.
Casual variation.
Casual variation.

Casual variation.

Surplus: The nature of this service precludes any exact forecast being made, as the expenditure depends on the offer of desirable acquisitions and their inspection by the Board's Officers.

It is impossible to estimate this expenditure very closely.

Grant in Aid.

Grant in Aid.

Grant in Aid.

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