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Vote 15.—PENSIONS AND OTHER NON-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR WARRANT OFFICERs, &c.—continued.

B.—KILMAINHAM HOSPITAL :

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ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, 1907–08. 1906–07. £, £. 100 100 300 350 613 6.13 319 319 100 100 75 75 73 73 55 55 | 46 46 - 46 105 105 310 310 46 46 14 19 59 59 277 479 234 347 347 2,639 2,598 576 580 - 15 213 214 240 210 84 9 | (b) 6,825

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the Estimates for Civil Services.

(c) Corrected figures.

tablishment are supplied by the Office of Public Works, and the cost is included in Vote 15.-PENSIONS AND OTHER NON-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR WARRANT OFFICERs, &c.—continued.

C.—CHELSEA PENSIONS OF WARRANT OFFICERS, ... NON-COM: |
MISSIONED OFFICERS, MEN AND OTHERS: AND GRATUITIES

IN COMMUTATION AND IN LIEU OF PENSIONS. ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, Numbers. (a) 1907–08. 1906–07. 1906–07. 1907–08. - WARRANT OFFICERS: £. £. 74 75 | Cavalry ... - - - - - - 5,241 5,141 223 243 || Royal Artillery - - - - - - 16,656 15,382 141 148 Royal Engineers - - - - 10,272 9,802 588 621 #. * - - - - - - - - 43,466 41,095 13 15 {...} Corps - - - - - - - - 930 802. 169 183 Army Service Corps,... - - - - - - 12,733 11,687. 64 80 Royal Army Medical Corps - - - - - 5,089 4,021. 95 112 || Army Ordnance Corps - - - - - - 7,538 6,543 32 34 Army Pay Corps - - - - - - - 2,357 2,211 46 55 Militia " - " - - - - - - - 3,558 2,924 93 98 || Army Schoolmasters - - - - - - 7,499 7,107 113.3% 106,715 Probable variation during the year - - - +3,661 +3.285 1,538 1,666 TOTAL FOR WARRANT OFFICERS - - - £. 119,000 110,000 NoN-CoMMISSIONED OFFICERS, &c. : To (b)7,385 | Cavalry - - - - - - - - - 182,319 177,913 13,641 13,455 Royal Artillery - - - - - - - - 345,825 339,259. 2.3%. , 2,644 Royal Engineers - - - - - - - 80,819 77,648. 50,710 (b) 50,421 Infantry - - - - - - - - - 1,179,350 1,180,098 733 871 {...} Corps - - - - - - - - 13,471 ,292 1,459 14. Army Service Qorps, ... - - - - - - 45,561 45,012 1,020 1,020 Royal Army Medical Corps - - - 28,254 27,759 386 364 Army Ordnance Corps - - - - - - 13,192 13,879. 314 284 { | Militia (United Kingdom) - - - - 4.000 4,619. -.” | Militia (Channel Islands)'. - - - - } > 130. 79.2 728 || Yeomanry - - -- - - - - 17,383 19,777 111 90 Volunteers - - - - - - - - - 1,700 1,891 234 246 Army Pay Corps - - - - - - - 12,799 11,919 824 (b) 1,006 || Members of Colonial and Irregular Corps (South - | African War) - - - - - - - - 27,384 23,431 1,952,057 1,933,627 | Probable variation during the year - - - + 3,943 +6,373 80,362 79,962 Total for Non-CoMMissioned Officers, &c. - e. 1,956,000 1,940,000 - – GRATUITIES AWARDED IN COMMUTATION OF OUT PENSIONS - - - - - - - - 12,000 10,000 PAYMENT IN LIEU OF PENSIONS TO DISCHARGED | Soldiers - - - - - - - - 250 1,000 TOTAL FOR WARRANT o:) £. H== 81,900 81,628 NoN-COMMISSIONED OFFICERs, &c. - 2,087,250 2,061,000 D.—MAINTENANCE OF LUNATICS FOR WHOM PENSIONS ARE NOT DRAWN : -— Numbers. — 4. £1906-07. |1907–08. - | 71 67 Discharged lunatic soldiers maintained in Bethnall House and Fisherton House Asylums - - - 3,070 3,246 Probable variation during the year - – 270 — 396 71 67 TOTAL - - - £. 2,800 2,850 | E.—PENSIONS AND GRATUITIES TO ARMY SCHOOLMISTRESSES AND NURSES : Numbers. 1906-07 |1907-08. £. £. 204 211 Schoolmistresses - - - - - - - 6,716 6,343 26 27 Nurses - - - - - - - - - 744 715 - - 7,460 7,055 Probable variation during the year - - - + 140 + 142 Total for Pessions. . . . . . . " 7,600 7,200 I- GRATUITIES TO NURSES - - - - - 400 300 o 230 238 | TOTAL - - - £. 8,000 - - 7,500

(a) The numbers given for 1907–08 on pages 119-121 represent the actual number of pensions, &c., in force at the time of preparing the Estimate. (b) Corrected figures.

Vote 15.-PENSIONS AND OTHER NON-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR WARRANT OFFICERs, &c.—continued.

- ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, 1907–08. 1906–07. F.—REWARDS TO WARRANT OFFICERS AND NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS FOR DISTINGUISHED OR MERITORIOUS SERVICES : The names or the recipients and the amounts of the rewards are given in Appendix, No. 15, pp. 216 to 221. Numbers --- £ £. 1906–07. 1907–08. 71 76 Cavalry - - - - - - - - - - 780 735 145 144 Royal Artillery - - - - - - - - 1,455 1,465 28 26 Royal Engineers - - - - - - - - 260 280 415 429 Infantry - - - - - - - - - - 4,455 4,385 9 9 Colonial Corps - - - - - - - - - 100 100 18 18 Army Service Corps - - - - - - - 185 185 11 1 Royal Army Medical Corps - - - - - - 110 110 6 5 Army Ordnance Corps including Armourer Section - 50 60 5 5 Army Pay Corps - - - - - - - - 25 25 708 723 7,420 7,345 Balance unappropriated on 31st December 1906 - - - 80 155 7,500 7,500 22 22 Additional Rewards granted by the Indian Government to Warrant Officers and Non-Commissioned Officers Discharged - - - - - - - - - 190 190 730 745 TOTAL - - - £. 7,690 7,690 G.—VICTORIA CROSS PENSIONS: Numbers. The names of the recipients and the amounts of the awards are given in Appendix, No. 17, p. 222. 1906–07. 1907–08. -- £. s. d £. s. d. 6 6 Cavalry - . . - - - - - - - 60 – – 60 – – 8 8 Royal Artillery - - - - - - - - 80 – – 80 – – 1 l | Royal Engineers - - - - - - - - 10 – — 10 – 43 44 | Infantry - - - - - - - - - 586 14 4 536 14 4 4 3 | Colonial Corps - - - - - - - - 30 — – 59 15 8 l 1 Royal Army Medical Corps - - - - - - 22 12 – 22 12 – 8 8 Irregular Corps (South African War) - - - - 80 – – 80 – – 869 6 4 849 2 – Probable variation during the year - - - - - – 19 6 4 +18 – 71 71 TOTAL - - - £. 850 – – 850 H.—YEOMAN WARDERS OF THE TOWER OF LONDON : N umbers. - £. - £. 1906–07. 1907–08. 40 40 Yeoman Warders with Pay at 1s. 2d. a day each - - - 852 852 Extra pay to Yeoman Gaoler - - - - - - 30 30 > * 2x ** Porter- - - - - 40 40 Miscellaneous Allowances- - - - - - - - 45 45 40 40 967 967 J. —GRATUITIES : £. £. For DistiNGUISHED CoNDUCT AND for LoNG SERVICE AND Good CoNDUCT . 4,000 3,750

Vote 15–PENSIONS AND OTHER NON-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR WARRANT OFFICERs, &c.—continued.

K.—PENSIONS, COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES, AND GRATUITIES TO WIDOWS AND CHILDREN OF WARRANT OFFICERS, NON-COM- ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE MISSIONED OFFICERS AND MEN, &c. : 1907–08. 1906–07. Numbers. —T- -- 1906-07. 1907–08. £. £. 332 347 Pensions to Widows of Warrant Officers - - - - 7,275 6,975. 473 456 Compassionate Allowances to Children of Warrant Officers - 2,365 - 2,460 805 803 9,640 9,435 - Probable variation during the year- - - + 360 +315 10,000 9,750 Pensions to the Widows and Children of Non-Commissioned Officers and Men killed or dying through War Service: 1,970 1,804 Widows - - - - - - - - - - - - - 26,741 29,135 4,467 4,407 Children - - - - - - - - - 1,9002 19,200 Pensions to the Widows and Children of Non-Commissioned Officers and Men accidentally killed on duty : 6 7 Widows - - - - - - - . - - - 121 98. 22 25 Children - - - . . . . . . . . . . . - - 130 120 . Gratuities to Soldiers' Widows on re-marriage . . . . - 1,200 -: , 47,194 48,553 Probable variation during the year - - - - - - 43 +648 45,951 49,201 13 13 Allowances to Heirs of Asiatic Troops - - - - - 27 27 I 1 Compassionate Pension to the mother of a Serjeant of Volunteers killed in the performance of military duty - - - 17 17 6,479 6257 45,995 49,245 - - Gratuities to Widows of Prison Warders (formerly paid out of Warders' Fines Fund) - - - - - - - - 5 5 7,284 7,060 TOTAL - - - £. 56,000 59,000 *:: —The following are the rates of pension granted to the families of Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and en :Widows. Children. Warrant Officers killed or o: through War Service or from injuries received on duty- - - - - - 30l. a year. 6l. 5s. a year each. Other Warrant Officers - - - - - - - - 20l. , 5l.

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Vote 15.—PENSIONS AND OTHER NON-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR WARRANT OFFICERs, &c.—continued.

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(b) Certain lands and premises, the property of Kilmainham Hospital, of the nominal rental value of 67., are let to

the War Department, but no rent is paid for them.

A sum of 60l. a year, Fire Insurance on the buildings of Kilmainham Hospital, is paid out of the revenues of the

Hospital, and the aimount of Appropriations in Aid is correspondingly reduced.

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