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CLAss IV.-continued.

VoTE 1.-BoARD or

Expenditure, compared with Grant. SERVICE. GRANT. ExPENDITURE. s Less More than Granted. than Granted. - £. s. £. a. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. Brought forward - - - 12,606,866 – - 12,562,405 10 9 79,715 12 0 || 35,255 2 9 MUSEUMS AND CIRCULATION.— continued. I 10.-Preparation, Illustration and 900 – 828 5 1 71 14 l l Printing of Catalogues, &c. 11.-Carriage, Apparatus, Materials, 800 – 467 1 11 332 1 S 1 &c. WoRKS AND FURNITURE, SouTH KENSINGTON : K1.—Wages - - - - - 17,171 – 16,545 7 1 625 12 : 1 2.—Heating, Lighting and pre- 7,140 – 6,529 8 7 610 11 5 cautions against Fire 3.—Furniture, Materials, &c., 4,550 – 4,649 12 8 - 99 12 8 and fitting up objects for Exhibition GEOLOGICAL MUSEUM : L1.—Salaries and Wages - - 2,034 – 2,049 19 9 - 15 19 9 2.---Police - 811 – 812 14 2 - 1 14 2 3.—Purchase of Specimens, &c. 240 – 240 – — - (Grant in Aid) 4.—Furniture, Fittings, &c. - 250 – 210 9 9 39 10 3 5.—Heating and Lighting - - 350 – 284 6 9 65 13 3 6. –Travelling, Incidental Ex- 70 – 76 19 5 - 6 19 5 penses, Postage and Advertisements Carried forward - - £. 12,641, 182 – 12,595,099 15 11 81,461 12 10 || 35,379 8 9

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CLASS IV.-contimwed.

EDUCATION.—continued.

EXPLANATION -
Of the Causes of Variation between Expenditure and Grant.

Surplus : Due to delay in completing the “copy” for a hand-book on Furniture provision for which was included in the Estimate.

| Surplus: Due to delay in the settlement of accounts for the transportation of reproductions

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| Surplus: Due mainly to the employment of fewer men on account of the transfer of part of the work done by the Board's Staff to H.M. Office of Works.

Surplus : Due mainly to a saving in Lighting owing to the general absence of fog during the time the Museum was open to the public.

Deficit : Casual variation.

Deficit: Casual variation.

Deficit: Casual variation.

Grant in Aid.

Surplus: Due to smaller expenditure than was anticipated
Surplus : Due to fewer alterations in Lighting arrangements having been needed, as well as to

absence of fog during winter.

Deficit: Casual variation.

CLAss IV.-continued.

Wote 1.-BoARD of

Expenditure, compared with Grant. SERVICE. GRANT. Expenditure. —----Less More than Granted. than Granted. - - 4. s. d. 4. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. Brought forward - - - 12,641,182 – – 12,595,099 15 11 81,461 12 10 35,379 8 9 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY of GREAT BRITAIN : M1.-Salaries - - - - 15,458 – – 14,707 11 2 750 8 10 2.—Travelling and Postage - - 2,025 – 1,852 13 8 172 6 4 3.—Incidental Expenses - - 350 — — 357 7 3 - 7 7 3 COMMITTEE ON SOLAR PHYSICS : N 1.-Grant in Aid - - - 700 – – 700 – — - 2.--Salaries - - - - 1,101 — – 1,099 16 1 1. 3 11 GRoss ToTAL - £. 12,660,816 – – 12,613,817 4 1 82,385 11 ll 35,886 16 Net Surplus of Gross Estimate over Expenditure. 4. 46,998 15 11 Surplus of Appropriations in Aid Realised. Estimated. Realised. £. 1,500 18 2 O.—Appropriations in Aid - - 8,268 – 9,768 ) 8 2 Total Surplus to be Surrendered. NET TOTAL - £. 12,652,548 – – 12,604,048 5 11 £. 48,499 liq 1

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CLASS IV.-continued.

EDUCATION.—continued.

ExPLANATION
Of the Causes of Wariation between Expenditure and Grant.

Surplus: Due mainly to vacancies on the Staff of Geologists.
Surplus: Due to fewer travelling charges owing to vacancies on the Staff.

Deficit : Casual variation

Grant in Aid.

Surplus : Casual variation.

Surplus:—The details appended show the variations between Estimated and Actual Receipts :—

Estimate. Actual. £. s. d. £. s. d. Miscellaneous Receipts - - - - - - 1,360 — — 3,547 l. 6 Fees for Inspection, Secondary Schools - - - - 2,000 – – 180 10 — ,, Elementary §§ Examinations - - - 1,000 — — 1,586 11 5 , Admission to Colleges of Science and Art, London - 3,400 — — 3,899 2 – , Admission to Museums, London - - - 508 – — 555 13 3 £. 8,268 – — 9,768 18 2

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RETURN showing the ExTRA Revustration (when exceeding 25l.) received by Officers of the BoARD OF EDUCATION, out of PUBLIC FUNDs, &c., in addition to the fixed Salaries and Ordinary Emoluments of their Offices, during the Year ended 31 March 1906.

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