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NON-EFFECTIVE SERVICES.

Vote 14.

HALF PAY, IRETIRED PAY, AND OTHER NON-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR OFFICERS.

I. AN ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908, to defray the Expense of REwARDs; HALF PAY ; RETIRED PAY ; WIDows' PENSIONs; and other

NON-EFFECTIVE CHARGES for OFFICERs.

One Million Seven Hundred and Fourteen Thousand Pounds.

REWARDS FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICES, &c.:

A.—REWARDS TO OFFICERS FOR DISTINGUISHED OR MERITORIOUS SERVICES - - - -

HALF PAY, &c.: B.—HALF PAY, &c., OF FIELD MARSHALS AND GENERAL OFFICERS ELIGIBLE FOR EMPLOYMENT - - - - - - - - -

C.—HALF PAY OF REGIMENTAL AND DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS ELIGIBLE FOR EMPLOYMENT - * * * * * * * * *

RETIRED PAY, GRATUITIES, AND COMPENSATION AWARDED BY THE ARMY PURCHASE COMMISSION:

D.—RETIRED PAY OF GENERAL OFFICERS

E.—RETIRED PAY, &c., OF REGIMENTAL AND DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS - - - -

F.—GRATUITIES TO OFFICERS IN LIEU OF PEN. SIONS, &c. - - - - - - - -

G –COMPENSATION BY THE ARMY PURCHASE COMMISSION TO OFFICERS ON RETIREMENT - - - - - - - - -

H.—COMMUTATION OF RETIRED PAY, &c., OF OFFICERS OF THE REGULAR ARMY - Carried forward - - - £

SUB-HEADs under which this Vote will be accounted for.

1907-08. 1906–07. INCREASEDECREASE. £. £. £. £. 14,400 14,400 - 24,500 21,000 3,500 48,000 48,000 - 72,500 69,000 3,500 164,500 168,000 - 3,500 1,647,500 1,596,000 51,500 6,000 22,000 - 16,000 400 400 - 34,237 25,312 8,925 1,852,637 1,811,712 60,425 19,500 | :----| 1,939,537 | 1,895,112 63,925 19,500 | O

Vote 14.—NoN-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR OFFICERs, &c.—continued.

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1907–08. 1906–07. screase DECREASE. £. £. £. £. 1,939,537 1,895,112 || 63,925 19,500 184,500 184,500 — 18,500 18,500 - 1,250 1,250 - 550 550 - 204,800 204,800 || – 30,000 || 31,000 - 1,000 1,083 26S 815 31,083 31,268 815 1,000 15,000 | 16,000 - 1,000 148 241 - 93 15,148 16,241 - 1,093 2,190,568 2,147,421 64,740 21,593 476,568 453,421 — 23,147 - - - – --- 1,714,000 | 1,694,000 64,740 44,740

NET INCREASE - - £. 20,000

Vote 14.—NoN-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR OFFICERs, &c.—continued.

III. DETAILs of the foregoing. A-oo OFFICERS FOR DISTINGUISHED OR MERITORIOUS o: Ilannes *. o: of o ... who are the recipients of these rewards, ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, and the amounts of the rewards, are shown in A di . 14, pp. 213–215. - ppendix, No. 13, pp 5.) 1907–08. 1906–07. Numbers. (a) 1906–07. 1907–08. - £ £. £ is: COMBATANT OFFICERS: 3 3 Field Marshals - - - - - - - - 300 300 8 6 Generals - - - - - - - - - 600 800 15 15 Lieutenant Generals - - - - - - - 1,500 1,500 68 73 Major Generals - - - - - - - - 5,210 4,830 45 43 Colonels - *- - - - - - - - 2,540 2,660 5 4 Lieutenant Colonels - - - - 210 260 16 15 Majors - - - - - - - - - 750 800 10 12 Captains - - - - - - - - - 600 500 Balance unappropriated on 31st December 1906 - || 310 370 12,020 12020. 170 171 MEDICAL AND DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS : 15 15 Medical Staff and Royal Army Medical Corps - - 1,400 1,400 2 2 Chaplains - - - - - - - - - 100 100 3 3 Late Commissariat and Transport Staff - - - 150 150 4 4 Army Ordnance Department - - - - 200 200 3 3 Army Pay Department - - - - - - 150 150 2 3 Veterinary Department - - - - - - 180 120 Balance unappropriated on 31st December 1906 - - 60 - 2,180 2,180 20 30 l l Allowance to the Constable of the Tower of London - 200 200 —— stotAL for REwARDs for DistiNGUISHED or MERITORIOUS 200 202 ( services to Officers of all BRANches of the ARMY - £. 14,400 14,400 B. HALF PAY, &c. OF FIELD MARSHALS AND GENERAL OFFICERS ELIGIBLE FOR EMPLOYMENT: -- ----, Numbers. 1906–07. 1907–08. - • c # = #4 or: - z # | 3 | # 3 >. P- > - 33 || 2 || 33 o E-5 3 =# 3 # = | = | 5.5 F a 5 || 5 | E 5 5 | l 5 l 5 Field Marshals (3 at 1,300l., and 2 at 2,000l. a year) - 7,900 7,900 6 4 8 2 Generals (at 800l. a year) - - - - - 1,600 3,200 15 5 12 8 Lieutenant Generals (at 650l. a year) - - - 5,200 3,250 49 12 57 13 Major Generals (at 500l. a year). - - - 6,500 6,000 21,200 — 20,350 Probable variation during the year - - +3,300 | + 650 28 [Total for HALF-PAY of FIELD MARSHALs and o 26 8 \ GENERAL OFFICERS - - - - - !) £. 24,500 21,000 - — -- – 71 8 Number in employment or on Indian List. ~— |-97 106 | Total NUMBER of FIELD MARSHALS AND GENERAL OFFICERS ON THE ACTIVE LIST.

(a) The numbers given throughout this Vote represent the actual number of pensions, &c. in force at the time of preparing the estimate.

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(a) The numbers of Medical Officers in each rank include officers holding equiv

Medical Staff, &c. By the re-empioyment of Medical Officers with salaries provided by Vote 2, this Vote is relieved of a charge

of about 35,000l. (b) Two Lady Superintendents receive 801. and 95l. a year each, respectively, and the other 240l., including widow's pension of 140l.

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REGIMENTAL OFFICERS. Colonels (at 450l. to 500l. a year) - -

Lieutenant Colonels (at 250l. to 450l. a year) Majors (at 120l. to 300l. a year) - - Captains (at 120l. to 200l. a year) - - Lieutenants (at 120l. to 200l. a year) -

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Cornet (at 3s.6d. a day) - - - Riding Masters (at 8s. a day to 200l. a year) Quartermasters (at 8s. a day to 200l. a year) Ensign (at 3s. a day) - - - - Subadar Major (at Rs. 27.2a, 3p, a month) Subadars at Rs. 22.8a. to Rs. 30 a month

Jemadars (at Rs. 14.4a. 7p. to Rs. 20 a month) Compassionate Pensions (at 9d. to 1s. 6d. a day)

(a) MEDICAL OFFICERS. Director General - - - - - Surgeon Generals (at 40s. a day) - -

Colonels (at 35s. a day) - - - - Lieutenant Colonels (at 20s. to 30s. a day) Majors (at 20s. to 22s. 6d. a day) - - Captains (at 3s. to 10s. a day) - - Quartermasters (at 8s. a day to 200l. a year)

Other Medical Officers - - - -
(b) Lady Superintendents of Nurses - -
Matron-in-Chief, Military Nursing Service -
Officers of the late Purveyors’ Department -
Civilian Surgeons (at 6s. a day) - -

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Note.—The rates of Retired Pay, shown in this Vote (Subheads D. and E.), are, generally speaking, those provided by the present

Army Pay Warrant.
having been awarded to Officers ..". retired.
Pay. In some instances rates awarde

In some cases, however, the amounts drawn exceed these rates, owing to compensation for loss of
In other cases the rates have been reduced by partial commutation o
under old Warrants are still drawn,

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