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

ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, - 1907–08. 1906–07. F.—GRATUITIES TO OFFICERS IN LIEU OF PENSIONS, &c. : . Gratuities to Officers under the Army Pay Warrant : £. £. Regimental Officers - - - - - - - - - - - 5 000 19,500 Medical oncer. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,000 2,500 | TOTAL - - - £. 6,000 22,000

G.—COMPENSATION BY THE ARMY PURCHASE COMMISSION TO
OFFICERS ON RETIREMENT:

Compensation in accordance with the conditions of the “Regulation of the
Forces. Act of 1871,” to Officers retiring from the Army by the Sale of

their Commissions, or to Retired Full Pay or Half Pay - 400 400

ToTAL - - - £. 400 400

H.—COMMUTATION OF RETIRED PAY, &c. OF OFFICERS OF THE REGULAR ARMY :

AMOUNT OF ANNUITIES Amount CREATED. Annuities payable for ten years of Retired ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, to the National Debt Commis- - - Departsioners, for the repayment of Pay, &c. Regimental Medical pa 1907–08. 1906–07. sums advanced by them in Com- mental o mutation of Retired Pay, &c. in Commuted. Officers. Officers. Officers each of the following years: * - d. c. a £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d £. s. d. Year ended 31st December 1896 - - - - - - - 2,367 16 -> * > 1897 - 2,084 19 s 1,943 13 - | 161 4 - 116 16 - || 2,221 13 - || 2,221 13 – | -> * > 1898 - 1,722 2 8 1,316 19 – 194 5 - 381 5 – , 1,922 9 – 1,922 9 – +x -: 1899 - 259, 7 5 2.275 6 - 279 5 - 30, 1 - 2855 12 - 2855 12 -3-3 * > wo. 1,747 & 8 1,773 11 - || 8s - - 07 12 - | 1,929 3 - | 1929 3 -- 33 1901 - || 2,063 16 7 1,585 1 – 94 8 - 44l 4 – 2,120 13 – 2,120 13 – +x o- 1902 - 2,163 – 6 1,693 3 - || 10510 – 41416 – 2,213 9 - || 2,213 9 ++ -> 1903 - 3,108 8 6 3,137 18 – — — — 271 16 — 3,409 14 – 3,409 14 – ** ++ too. . . 2,851 is 1 2,265 9 - || 220 17 - 525 4 - || 3,011 10 - || 3,011 10 i -> -- * 3,027 15 2 2,637 5 – 222 8 – 400 13 – 3,260 6 - || 3.260 6 --> x- 1906. 8,986 5 — 9,826 16 – | 726 5 739 3 – 11,292 4 – - - – £. 30,347 - 3 28,485 1 - 2002 2 - 3,659 10 TotAL - - - £. 34,236 13 – 25,312 5 —

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J.-PENSIONS AND GRATUITIES (a) TO WIDOWS, &c. OF OFFICERS: (a) , &C CERS EST IMATE, EST IMATE, Numbers. 1907–08. 1906–07. 1906–07. 1907–08. REGIMENTAL OFFICERS. WIDows or RELATIVEs of 4. £. 4. 2 2 Field Marshals . - - - - 240 240 156 158 General Officers - - - - - 19,980 19,740 | 91 89 Colonels - - - - - - - 8,880 9,080 349 3.54 Lieutenant-Colonels . - - - - 33,855 33,395 i802 308 Majors - - - - - - - 24,104 23,754 363 358 Captains - - - - - - - 21,664 21,934 78 75 Lieutenants and Adjutants - - - 3,415 3,535 l l Second Lieutenant - - - - - 40 40 2 2 Cornets - - - - - - - 72 72 27 28 Riding Masters - - - - - - 1,325 1,275 258 260 Quartermasters - - - - - - 11,700 11,565 2 2 Ensigns - - - - - - - 82 82 3 3 Town Majors - - - - - - 280 230 l 1 Subadar - - - - - - - 18 18 3 Jemadars - - - - - - - 16 16 1,638 –– 1,644 – —— 125,630 — 124,976 MEDICAL OFFICERS. 366 '359 Officers of the Royal .." Medical Corps and of the late Army Medical Staff - 30,055 30,745 7 7 Officers of the late Purveyors’ Department - - - - - - - 332 332 373 366 –– - -- 31,0 ———— 30,387 a DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS. 29 31 Chaplains - - - - - - - 2,795 2,605 83 . 81 Officers of the late Commissariat and Transport Staff, &c. - - - - 5,790 .6,030 - 60 60 Officers of the Army Ordnance Department (including Ordnance Store Department) - - - - - - 4,135 4,135 120 117 Paymasters - - - - - - 8,246 8,461 33 36 Veterinary Officers . . - - - 2,245 1,995 16 16 Army School Officers - - - - 773 773 341 –—I 341 –– — 23,984 - 23,999 48 47 Officers of Colonial and Irregular Forces 3,900 3,980 3.9 48 47 (South African War, 1899-1902.) - 3,900 —— ,980 183,901 184,032 Probable variation during the year - - + 599 + 46S 2,401 2,398 ToTAL for PENSIONS, &c. to Widows, &c. of OFFICERS - £. 184,500 184,500

Note.—The following are the rates at which pensions are awarded to the Widows, &c. of Officers under the Army Pay Warrant:—

To the Widow of a-
Field Marshal or General Officer (including Brigadier General) - , ; - £,120 a year.

Colonel, if employed as such after the 31st December 1890, or if a Regimental

Colonel, not being a General Officer - - - - - : - - - - 100 ,,
Colonel, not employed as such after the 31st December 1890, or Lieutenant Colonel - o x -
Major - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 70 ,,
Captain - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 50 , ,
Lieutenant, or 2nd Lieutenant - - - - - - - - - - - 40 , ,
Subadar - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Rs. 22:8 a month.
Jemadar - - 15

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3 * An addition to these rates of 50 per cent may be made when the Officers have died from illness contracted during active operations in the field, or in consequence of wounds received in the execution of military duty otherwise than in action. Double rates. of pension may be granted when the Officers have been killed in action or have died of wounds received in action; in the case of Widows of General Officers so killed or dying, special pensions may be awarded according to circumstances. The rates of pension awarded to the Widows of Riding Masters, Quartermasters, and Departmental Officers are governed by the Army or honorary rank of the deceased Officers.

(a) Gratuities are allowed only in the case of Officers killed in action or dying of wounds received in action.

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

K.—COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES AND GRATUITIES (a) TO CHILDREN OF DECEASED - OFFICERS. ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE,

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852 802 Regimental Officers - - - - - - - - - - - 12,545 5 10 | 13,287 18 4 150 146 Medical Officers - - - - - - - - - - - - 2,336 – – 2,468 – — 128 112 Departmental Officers - - - - - - - - - - 1,679 15 – 1,940 5 — 76 74 Officers of Colonial and Irregular Forces - - - - - - * - 1,216 10 – 1,253 -

(South African War 1899–1902.)

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Probable variation during the year - - - - - - - +672 9 2 | – 449 3 4 1,206 1,134 TOTAL - - - £. 18,500 – – 18,500 — — -m-m- L. —THE RELIEF FUND - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - £. 1,250 1,250

M.–PENSIONS, COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES AND GRATUITIES TO WIDOWS AND
CHILDREN OF CIVIL OFFICERS, &c. :

Numbers. 1906–07. 1907–08. | l 1 Pension to the Widow of a Civil Officer specially employed during South | African War, 1881 - - - - - - - - - - 150 150 l l Pension to Widow of a Lieutenant Colonel of Canadian Voyageurs employed in Egyptian Campaign, 1884 - - - - - - - - - 60 50 3 4 Pensions to Widows and Children of Civilian Surgeons employed during the | South African War, 1899-1902 - - - - - - - - - - 265 300 2 2 Pensions to Widow and Child of a Civilian Veterinary Surgeon employed during the South African War, 1899-1902 - - - - - - - 72 72 --- £. 537 572 Probable variation during the Year - - + 13 – 22 F--- - TOTAL - - - £. 550 550

I *... following are the rates at which Compassionate Allowances are awarded to the Children of deceased Officers under the Army 'ay Warrant:

To the Child of a- -
Field Marshal or General Officer (including Brigadier General) - - - - - £. 20 a year.
Colonel, or Lieutenant Colonel - - - - - - - - - - - 16 , ,
Major - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 14 ,
Captain - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 12 ,
Lieutenant, or 2nd Lieutenant - - - - - - - - - - - 10 , ,

An addition to these rates of 25 per cent may be made when the Officers have died from illness contracted during active operations in the field, or in consequence of wounds received in the execution of military duty otherwise than in action. An addition of 30 per cent. may be made when the Officers have been killed in action, or have died of wounds received in action. Double rates are granted when the children are motherless, and in great pecuniary distress.

The rates of Compassionate Allowances awarded to the Children of Riding Masters, Quartermasters, and Departmental Officers are governed by the Army or honorary rank of the deceased Officers.

(a) Gratuities are allowed only in the case of Officers killed in action, or dying of wounds received in action.

Vote 14.—NoN-EFFECTIVE CHARGEs For OFFICERs, &c.—continued.

N.—PENSIONS AND GRATUITIES TO WOUNDED OFFICERS, &c.: ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, Numbers. 1907–08. 1906–07. 1907–08. Pensions to Officers and others, who have lost an 1906–07 | Eye, or a Limb, or have sustained other serious Injury on Service : £. s. d. £. s. d. 326 317 Regimental Officers - - - - - - - - - 24,363 - - || 25,175 10 – 16 17 Medical Officers - - - - - - - - - 1,867 10 – 1,937 10 – 3 3 Civilian Surgeons - - - - - - - - - 120 – — 120 – — 2 2 Departmental Officers - - - - - - - - 280 - - 280 – — 54 54 . officers of Colonial and Irregular Corps - - - - 3,550 - - || 3,545 - } (South African War 1899–1902.) --30,180 10 – 31,058 Gratuities - - - - - - - - - - 200 — — 300 30,880 10 – 31,358 --- Probable variation during the year - - - - – 380 10 - || –358 401 393 ToTAL - - - £. - 1 - t 30,000 - - || 31,000 - O.—s'OMMUTATION OF PENSIONS FOR WOUNDS : Annuities payable for Ten Years to the National Debt Commis- A. sioners for the repayment of the Sums advanced by them in Commuted. Commutation of Pensions for Wounds in each of the following — years : £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. Year ended 31 December 1806 - - - - - - - - - | sy x - 31 December 1897 - - - - - - - - - | * > ,, 31 December 1898 - - - - - - - - - * > ,, 31 December 1899 - - - - - - - - - > * ,, 31 December 1890 - - - - - - - - - * * ,, 31 December 1901 - - - - - - - - - * x ,, 31 December 1902 - - - - - - - - – > * ,, 31 December 1903 - - - - - - - - - - * > , 31 December 1904 - - - - - - - - - * * , , 31 December 1905 - - ) - - - - - | 162 – — 267 16 – 267 16 +: ,, 31 December 1906 - - - - - - - || 555 – – 814 17 - 717 – TOTAL - - - £. 1,082 13 – 267 16 – |

Note.—The following are the maximum rates at which Pensions and Gratuities for Wounds and Injuries may be awarded under the Army Pay Warrant:

Pensions for Wounds and Injuries received in action.

Fool - - - - Major general } 350l. a year. Major - - - - 200l. a year. - Special. Brigadier General Lieutenant General Com- Captain - - - 100l. a V manding in Chief - - Colonel - - - p ... a year. } 300l. a year. Lieutenant- - - ..} 70l Lieutenant General - - 400l. a year. Lieutenant Colonel - Second Lieutenant - ... a year.

Only half of these rates is allowed in cases in which the Wound or Injury is not fully equivalent to the loss of a limb.

Pensions for Wounds and Injuries received otherwise than in action.

General Officer - - - Special. Mai - jor - - - - 150l. a year. Lieutenant - - Co.” *}”. a year. Captain - - - 75l. a year. Second Lieutenant ..}ool. a year.

Awards to Riding Masters, Quartermasters, and Departmental Officers are governed by their Army or honorary rank. Gratuities for Wounds and Injuries.

These are based upon the amount of Pay the Officer was receiving when wounded; from three to twelve months’ Pay being allowed according to the degree of severity of the wound.

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