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STATEMENT showing the Total Estimated Expenditure for the Army, including Amounts provided for in the Civil Service and Revenue Department Estimates.
(a) Provision is also made in the Estimate for Osborne (Class 1. Vote 2) for expenditure in connection with the treatment of invalid officer* of the Aimy in the Convalescent Home at Osborne.
NUMBER OF OFFICERS AND MEN ON THE REGIMENTAL ESTABLISHMENTS OF THE ARMY, ARMY RESERVE, AND AUXILIARY FORCES.
(a) Including 116 miscellaneous Troops in North China.
(b) Excluding members of the Railway Reserve, Post Office Corps and Telegraph Reserve, who are attached to Volunteer Corps, but are included above under Army Reserve.
NUMBER OF MEN ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE REGULAR ARMY, EXCLUSIVE OF INDIA. (For India see p. 13.)
(n) Including 2 Medical Officers of the Royal Malta, Artillery.
(b) These are numbers required to cover temporary and occasional excess ot establishment in all aims. In 1906-7 they were included iiinler Infantry.
(r) I-icluding Permanent Staff of Channel Islands and Colonial Militia.
(d) The S Officers are included in Establishment of Royal Engineers.
Establishments of " Regiments."
Commissioned Officer? employed at the AVar Office included in the
(a) Approximately 2,065 mules for South Africa, 550 mules for North China, and 450 horses and mules for other
(b) 500 horses in reserve in South Africa, and 700 for adjutants of auxiliary forces, and other offi -cr< entitle 1 to Government horses, in addition to the number of horses for pfficerd contained in the number assigned in tins table to the several ar iw of the service.
(a) Including 1 Hiding Master, temporarily.
(b) Excluding officers' chargers, other than one for each riding master, but ii eluding one (roop horse for cacli quartermaster.
(c) Including officers' chargers,—! for each quartermaster (except in Ft.A.), 1 for each riding master, and 2 for each other officer. Six draught Horses for Regimental Transuort are also included for each regiment of cavalry.
(d) Including 1 horse for each officer, except quartermaster.