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VOTE 1.

ROYAL PALACES.

ACCOUNT of the Sum Expended, compared with the Sum Granted, for Expenditure in respect of Roy AL PALACES 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. ROYAL PALACES : £. s. d. £. s. d £. s. d £. s. d. A-—Salaries, Wages, and Allowances - - 4,030 – — 3,902 7 3 | 127 12 9 B.—Clothing - - - - - - 170 — – 156 12 7 13 7 5 C.—Police - - - - - - - 2,120 – — 2,049 13 8 70 6 4 D.—New Works, Alterations, and Additions - 9,960 – – 10,862 9 2 - 902 9 2 E.—Maintenance and Repairs - - - || 38,180 – – 38,256 9 10 - 76 9 10 F.—Furniture - - - - - - 2,535 – — 2,295 2 3 || 239 17 9 G.—Fuel, Light, Water, and Household Articles 5,605 – – 4,731 18 3 || 873 1 9 H.—Rents, Tithe Rent-Charges, &c. - 675 – — 678 16 7 - 3 16 7 GRoss TOTAL £. 63,275 – – 62,933 9 7 1,324 6 – 982 15 7 `--Net Surplus of Gross Estimate over Expenditure. 39. 341 10 5 Deduct, * *- Downs,: footion. ill I.—Appropriations in Aid - - - 775 – — 637 13 6 39. 137 6 6 Net Surplus to be Surrendered. NET TOTAL - £. 62,500 – – 62,295 16 1 42. 204 3 11

ExPLANATION of the Causes of Variation between Expenditure and Grant.

A.—Casual variation.
B.—Casual variation.
C.—Casual variation.
D.—See Statement of New Works.
E.—Casual variation.
F.—Casual variation.

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CLASS I. —continued.

Vote 1.-ROYAL PALACES-continued.

ExPLANATION of the Causes of Variation between Expenditure and Grant—continued.

G.—Saving due to the mild winter and to the low price of coal.

H.—Casual variation.

I.—The receipts from sales of old materials, always an indefinite item, were less than had been anticipated.

The Surplus of 3,345l. 8s. 4d. shown on the Account of the Vote “Royal Palaces” for the year ended 31st Mareh 1905, has been surrendered.

His Majesty's Office of Works, &c., } Schomberg K. McDonnell, 29 November 1906. Accounting Officer.

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

Examined. John A. Kempe,
C. H. Archibald. Comptroller and Auditor General.

CLASS I.-continued.

Vote 1.—Roy AL PALACES-continued.

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE ON NEW WORKS, &c., 1905–1906.

CLASS I.-continued.

Vote 1.-ROYAL PALACES-continued.

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE

Balance. Section. Description. Vote. Expenditure Unexpended. Excess. ROYAL PALACES. £. £. s. d. £. s. d £. s. d Buckingham Palace: D.l Works for High Pressure Gas Lighting in 350 350 14 11 - – 14 11 front of Palace. 2 Renewals and Improvements to Fire Service 330 325 9. 11 4 10 1. Fittings. Frogmore House : Improvement of the Water Supply of the - 183 — — - 183 — — rnamental Lake in Grounds. Hampton Court Palace : 10 Introduction of Electric Lighting - - 2,000 2,007 3 7 - 7 3 7 11 Improvement of Water Supply for Fire 130 121 – 6 8 19 6 erW1Ce. 14 || Works in the Galleries - - - - 1 3 5 - 1 3 5 1904-5 Holyrood Palace : Works in connection with the Review of the - 241 13 5 - 241 13 5 Scottish Volunteers by His Majesty The King. Pembroke Lodge : 12 Extension of Fire Main and Hydrant - - 120 127 19 10 - 7 19 10 - s | Carried forward - - £ 2,930 3,358 5 7 13 9 7 4.41 15 2

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£. s. d. Total Estimate - - 630 — — Expenditure to 31st 1 March 1906 - - 633 – 6 Excess - £. 3 – 6 t - - - to t £. s. d. | Total Estimate - - 370 – — Expenditure to 31st | March 1906 - - 262 1 7 | Balance

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Casual variation.

Complaint was made of the offensive condition of the lake when the water fell below a certain level and steps had to be taken to remedy the nuisance.

Casual variation

Casual variation.

Remanet. The total cost was less than had been expected, the glazing of some of the pictures in the galleries having rendered unnecessary the execution of certain of the works intended for their protection.

Various works had to be carried out in connection with the visit of His Majesty to Holyrood and the subsequent review of the Scottish Volunteers.

Casual variation.

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