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Vote 13.−WAR OFFICE AND ARMY ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT.—Continued.

A.—SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES OF THE WAR OFFICE.-continued.,

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SALARY.
ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE
Minimum. Increment, Maximum. 1907–08. 1906-07.
£. £ £. £. £.
- - - Brought forward 199,545 192,512
DEPARTMENT OF MASTER GENERAL OF
ORDNANCE.
(Fourth Military Member of Council).
ARTILLERY DIRECTORATE.
Director of Artillery - (a) 1,500 - - 1,500 1,500 1,500
Assistant Directors - (a) 800 - - 800 2,400 2,400
Deputy Assistant Director - (a) 650 650 650 -
Staff Captains - - - - - (a) 500 - 500 (b) 2,050 (b) 2,550
Quartermasters - - - - (a) 300 15 450 1,225 1,185
Military Clerks (Warrant Officers) - - - - - - - - - - 1,090 1,086
Military Clerks (Non-Commissioned Officers) - - - - - 1,585 1,605
Ex-Soldier Clerks, Class B. - - - (c) 4/6 6d. 6/. 440 307
FORTIFICATIONS AND WoRKS DIRECTORATE.
Director of Fortifications and Works - - - - - (a) 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500
Assistant Directors - - - - - - - | (a) 1,000 - - 1,000 3,000 3,000
Staff Captains - - | * pay of rank 500 3,050 3,050
Inspector of Electric Lights - - - - - - { an jo,gimental play. 500 (d) 795 500
Inspector of Iron Structures - an*.gimental play. 500 (d) 795 500
Regimental and Extra Pay of an Officer of the Coast lls. 7d., a day - - - -
Battalion, Royal Engineers, employed in the Works } | (e) 395
Division - - - - - - - - - - 10s. a day - - 183
Eatra pay to a Royal Engineer Officer employed as Secre-
tary of the Colonial Defence Committee - - - - -- 21s. a day - - 384
Sanitary Engineer - - - - - - - - 600 - - 600 (f) 600 -
Chief Surveyor - - - - - 800 40 1,000 1,000 984
Surveyor, 1st Class, with Extra Pay of 150l. . - - 400 20 500 650 642
Surveyor, 2nd Class, with Extra Pay of 100l. - - 300 15 375 475 475
Draughtsmen, First Class - - - - - 320 15 400 1,120 1,120
Draughtsmen, Second Class - - - - 240 10 300 900 900
Draughtsmen, Third Class - - - - - - 100 10 200 200 200
Temporary Draughtsmen, Surveyors’ Clerks, &c. . - - - - - - 4,770 4,974
- Curried forward - - £. 229,735 T T22,557T

(c) In addition to Retired Pay or Pension.
(d) Includes 295l., formerly provided in Vote 1.
(e), Includes 212/., formerly provided in Vote 1.
(f) Formerly provided in Vote 10.

ception of Pensions for Wounds and Rewards for Distinguished Service.
retary to the Ordnance Council.

Vote 13.—WAR OFFICE AND ARMY ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT—continued.

A—SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES OF THE WAR OFFICE—continued.

Numbers. SALARY. ESTIMATE, ESTIMATR _-T1907–08. 1906–07. 1906–07. 1907–08. Minimum. Increment. Maximum 8 - £. f £. £. +. to 687 | . . . . . Brought forward - - || - - || - 229,735 221,557 DEPARTMENT OF MASTER GENERAL OF ORDNANCE—cont. 1 l Clerk in charge Lands Sub-Division - - - 450 - - - 450 450 450 l l Minor Staff Clerk, Lands Sub-Divisio - - - 300 15 400 330 315 l l War Department Valuer - - - - - - (a) 500 - - 500 500 500 3 3 Quartermasters - - - - - - - - (b) 300 15 450 1,180 1,132 l 1 Retired Officer Clerk, Class B. - - - - - (c) 300 15 400 465 450 3 3 Military Clerks (Warrant Officers). - - - - - - - - - - - 495 493 7 7 Military Clerks (Non-Commissioned Officers) - - - || - - - - - 875 856 Ex-Soldier Clerks: 5 5 Class A. - - - - - - - -(c) 7/6 a day 6d. 108. 890 844 16 15 Class B. - - - - - - - -(c) 4/6 a day 6d. 6s. 1,650 1,748 CoNTRACTs SECTION. (d) 1 l Assistant Principal - - - - 600 25 800 660 606 2 2 Chief Examiners - - - - - - - 450 15 500 1,000 999 1 l Staff Clerk - - - - - - - - - 350 15 450 450 450 s 5 100 | 8 8 Second Division Clerks - 70 7+! § 1,375 1,304 l 10 350 4 4 Abstractors and Assistant Clerks - - - - - 55 { : 1% 250 304 DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL MEMBER. CHAPLAIN's DEPARTMENT. 1 l Chaplain General - - - - - - (b) 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 Extra Pay for special duty under the Chaplain General - - - - 50 50 BARRACK CONSTRUCTION DIRECTORATE. 1 1 Director of Barrack Construction - - - - - 1,500 - - 1,500 1,500 1,500 SALARY. ARCHITECTS’ SECTION. *. #:- . o £. £. so. £ 4 4 Assistant Architects - - - - - - - 400 20 600 1,740 3 3 First Class Draughtsmen - - - - - - - || 320 15 400 1,035 2 2 Second Class Draughtsmen - - - - - - || 240 10 300 500 SURVEYORs' SECTION. 1 1 Assistant Director - - - - - - - - || 600 25 800 650 # 2 †io's - - - - - - - - || 350 20 500 740 2 Assistant Surveyors - - - - - - - 2 2 3 * *: (Measuring) - - }200 10 || 300 | 840 1 | 1 Staff Clerk - - - - - - - - - - || 350 15 450 || 380 1 l Minor Staff Clerk - - - - - - - - || 300 15 400 330 Clerks, Second Division (Higher Grade) - 250 10 350 7 7 s *..., | 199 || 950 U Clerks, Second Division - - - - - - - 70 #27 10s. 1901 10 250 - 7,165 1)educt for Staff not likely to be appointed during 1907–8 - - - 1,665 (e) 5,500 (e) 5,000 743 767 Carried forward - - £. 248,355 239,558

(a) In addition to fees paid from Vote 10 and the Military Works Loan.
(b) These rates include all emoluments, with the exception of Pensions for Wounds and Rewards for Distinguished Service.
(c) In addition to Retired Pay or Pensions.
(d) See note (g) on p. 97.

(e) There is in addition temporary subordinate staff at headquarters, charged to the Military Works Loan.

Vote, 13.−WAR OFFICE AND ARMY ACCOUNTs DEPARTMENT—continued.

A.—SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES OF THE WAR OFFICE—continued.

Numbers. SALARY. - Estimate, ESTIMATE - –08. 1906-07 1906–07.| 1907–08. Minimum. Increment. Maximum. 1907–08. 743 767 £ £ £ £. - - - - - Brought forward - - - - - 248,355 239,558 COMPILATION OF HISTORY OF SOUTH AFRICAN WAR. 1 | Historian - - - - - - - | (a) 800 | - (a) 800 - 1,480 6,100 Staff, Miscellanous Expenses, &c. &c. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE MEMBER (FINANCIAL SECRETARY). i I I Director-General of Army Finance and Assistant UnderSecretary of State - - - - - - - - 1,500 1,500 (b) 1,800 1,800 l l Director of Financial Services - - - 1,200 - 1,200 1,200 1,200 l l Director of Army Accounts - - - - 1,200 1,200 1,200 1,200 4 4 Principals (c) - - - - - - - - 850 50 1,000 3,995 3,914 3 3 Assistant Principals (d) - - - 600 25 800 2,195 2,162 6 - - - - - Ra 15 3 (i co (e) 150 | 3. : } 1,620 1,510 Allowances:— To Actuary and Assistant Actuary - - 350l. |\ \ Private Secretary to Director-General of l 450 450 Army Finance - - - - - - 100l. ( - O 100 (f) Income Duty Clerk - - - - 100l. J 4 4 Chief Examiners - - - - - 450 15 500 1,960 1,927 5 5 Staff Clerks - - - - - - - - 350 15 450 2,040 1,988 | Clerks, Second Division (Higher Grade) - - - 250 10 350 22 20 5 100 , 5,100 5,315 Clerks, ditto - - - - - - 70 | 7!. 10s. 190 | | 10 250 Abstractors - - - - - - - - - - - | al, 0s. } | 4 ". 35.5 326 Assistant Clerks- - - - - - - 55 | ; 1% | 795 817 Total of Sub-Head A. - - £. 271 750 267,550

(a) In addition to Retired Pay. (b) Personal to present holder.

(c) Including the Actuary. (d) Includes one Principal

of the old Establishment, who rises from 700l. by 25l. annually to 900l.

(e) One of these Clerks receives pay at 600l. a year whilst employed as Acting Assistant Principal. (f) Now provided under Secretary's Department.

Vote 13.−WAR OFFICE AND ARMY ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT—continued.

B.—PAY OF COPYISTS, &c. EMPLOYED AT THE WAR OFFICE.

Numbers. ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, 1906–07. 1907–08. 1907–08. 1906–07. For pay of Copyists employed from time to time as occasion arises in the £. £. several branches of the War Office, at the rate of 10d, an hour for Men, and from 4d. an hour for Boys; also pay of Boy Clerks and Shorthand Writers and bonuses to Men Writers - - - - - 2,080 (a) 2,740 W. E. E. k L. Y. R. A.T.E.S. 3 3 || Chief Superintendents of Typists - - 31s. 2s. 35s. 275 275 5 5 | Superintendents of Typists - - - 26s. 2s. 30s. 390 390 18s. - | for first - 50 50 Typists - - - - - - year, t| 2s. 25s. 3,005 2,945 19s. Overtime of Typists - - - - 550 550 58 58 Total of Sub-Head B - £. 6,300 6,900 C.—SALARIES AND PAY OF OFFICE.-KEEPERS, MESSENGERS, &c. AT THE WAR OFFICE : SALARY. Minimum. Increment. Maximum. £. £. s. £. 1 1 Office-keeper - - - - - - 200 5 — 250 (b) 300 212 1. - #.o. - - - - - - 125 - 125 - - (c) 167 5 5 King's Messengers - - - - - 150 - - 150 750 750 1 l Principal Press Keeper - ... - - - - 150 5 — 175 160 150 1 1 Assistant Principal Press Keeper, with 105 5 — 135 150 150 extra pay of 15l. 6 6 Press Keepers, 1st Class - - - - 105 ; 10 | 135 760 749 for first 6 19 19 -- 2nd , - - - - 50 |: #| 100 1,470 1,399 5 — l l Superintendent of Messengers - - 125 * I 150 145 140 3 2 Messengers, 1st Class (old establishment) 105 5 — 120 (d) 325 324 15 16 -- 2nd , - - - - 70 2 10 100 1,400 1,402 Temporary Messengers, &c. - - - - - - - - - - 6,960 6,960 Boy Kor - - - - - - - - - - - - 2,780 2,780 - 1 Superintendent of Charwomen - 24/- a week - - 30/- a week 63 Wages of Servants, &c. - - - - - - - - - - - 3,337 3,417 53 53 Total of Sub-Head C - - - £. 18,600 18,600 D.--CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE WAR OFFICE: Expenses of making translations, preparing maps, &c. (Military Operations Directorate) - | (a) 1,200 other contingent Expenses, including payment of 250l. to the General Post Office for 1,200 telephone operators - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 900 - £ 2,100 1,200

(a) 700l., for translations for the Military Qperations Directorate has been transferred from Sub-Head B to Sub-Head D.
to includes 801, a year granted to present holder as compensation in lieu of quarters, &c.
to included 411, 13s. 4d. a year granted to then holder as compensation in lieu of quarters.
li) includes 43.6s. 8d. granted to one messenger as compensation for loss of quarters.

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Vote 13.−WAR OFFICE AND ARMY Accounts DEPARTMENT.

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E.–PAY &c. OF ARMY ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT:

Numbers. SALARY. ESTIMATE]ESTIMATE 1906–07.|- 1907–08 Minimum. Increment. Maximum. 1907–08. 1906–07. £. £. £. £. £. 14 14 Chief Accountants - - - - 850 50 1,000 11,900 11,855 2 2 Acting Chief Accountants - - - - 850 - 850 1,700 1,700 55 55 Accountants - - - - - - - 550 20 700 32,000 32,700 140 140 Assistant Accountants o o: - - 350 15 500 57,000 55,000 228 228 Assistant Accountants (2n ass) - - 100 10 200 15 350 } 50,500 47,650 Servant Allowances, Army Pay Dept. : Officers - - - - 3,700 (Included in pay above.) SUBoRDINATE CLERICAL ESTABLISHMENT (whose places will eventually be filled by writers). 851 810 Warrant Officers and N.C.O. of Army Pay Corps, includ: ing Service Pay, Messing Allowance, Additional V. o: i. pay. § | 69,400 70,800 Pay and Extra Pay for temporary assistance - pen . 14, pp. 209-211. 399 440 Civilian Clerks and Writers—Men and Boys - - do. 33,100 31,450 20 20 Additional Writers (temporary) -- - - do. 900 850 - Office Keepers, Messengers, etc. do. 3,920 3,220 1,709 1,709 Local Allowances to Civilians for Service abroad s Included in 5,900 - - - \ pay above. Contingencies - - - - 680 675 Remuneration to Army Agents, Colonial Treasurers, Consuls and Paymaster, Royal Arsenal - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3,700 3,200 Total of Sub-Head E. - £. 268,500 265,000 F.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID: Proceeds of sale of maps and miscellaneous receipts - - - £. 250 250

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