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EXCLUSIVE OF INDIA—continued, and Corps are given in Appendices, No. 2 and 2A, pages 132 to 160).

TOTAL for each Arm of the Service.

Trum- All Ranks. Horses C O R P S. officers. Warrant|serjeants. do. Rank and and Officers. &.” File. Home. Colonies. ToTAL. Mules. - b)1 ARMY SERVICE CORPS: - 00 (a)458 255 957 74 500 5,866 879 6,745 §§ Army Service Corps. - 3 24 - 47 74 - 74 - Ditto - Remount Establishment, (Home). - 5 - - - 5 - 5 - Ditto - Barrack Section. 458 263 981 74 5,048 5,945 879 || 6,824 || 2,038 |TOTAL, ARMY SERVICE CoRPs. | 697 62 517 28 3,515 3,648 1,171 4,819 - ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL - CORPS. | COLONIAL AND INDIAN i CORPS : (c) 25 2 34 8 379 || – 448 448 2 Royal Malta Artillery. - - 6 2 150 - 158 158 - Local Artillery for Sierra Leone - (Natives). 11 - 29 (d) 11 577 - 628 628 - Local Artillery for Eastern Stations. | – || – 6 3 96 - 105 105 - Non-Europeans of Fortress Companies Royal Engineers, at Sierra | Leone and Hong Kong. 42 4 56 16 1,047 - 1,165 1,165 4 || West India Regiment. 168 - 246 96 5,040 - 5,550 5,550 - Native Indian Regiments. 58 - 73 16 1,397 - 1,544 1,544 - West African Regiment. 304 6 450 152 8,686 - 9,598 || 9,598 6 { To colonial AND INDIAN (e) ARMY ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT AND CORPS : 232 - - - - 167 65 232 - Army Ordnance Department. - 98 214 12 1,323 | 1,647 - Army Ordnance Corps. - 20 257 - 3 || 1,625 576 | 280 - Army Ordnance Corps, Armourers' | Section. - 21 253 - - 274 - |Army Ordnance Corps, Machinery - Artificers' Section. - TOTAL, ARMY ORDNANCE DE232 139 724 12 1,326 1,792 641 2,433 - { PARTMENT AND CORPS. 100 2 43 - 176 212 109 321 - ARMY WETERINARY CORPS. Al)1)ITIONAL NUMBERS: |Numbers required to cover tem300 - 700 - 2,600 3,600 - 3,600 - }.} and occasional excess of | - l stablishment in all Arms. | TOTAL, REGIMENTAL 7,689 | 1,086 || 13,404 2,941 154,201 |129,593 49,728 || 179,321 |27,417 { ESTABLISHMENTS

(a) Exclusive of 15 Officers employed on the General Staff and at the War Office.
(b) Estimated number to provide 1 horse for each Officer on mounted duty.
(c) Includes 2 Medical Officers.
(d) Including a Bombardier Trumpeter.
number to provide 1 horse for mounted Officers, except in West Africa.

(e) Estima

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DISTRIBUTION of REGIMENTAL ESTABLISHMENTS (INCLUDING PERMANENT STAFF of Auxiliary Forces).

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(a) Includes European |. of the non-European Compan
Milit, (e) l Battalion West India Regiment, and West African Regiment.
(i) These two units form part of the 84 Regular R.E. Companies.

Permanent Staff of ia and Volunteers. (h) Native Indian Regiments.

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(b) Includes 30 Subalterns under instruction for India.

(f) l Battalion West India Regiment.

(k) Exclusive of “Additional numbers” (see p. 23).

(c) Includes Staff of the Channel Islands Militia.

(d) Includes (g) 3rd Battalion, Coldstream Guards,

(j) Includes 8 Batteries of Mountain Artillery in India (1,186 all ranks).

VOTE 1.

PAY, &c. OF THE ARMY.

I. ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908, to defray the Expense of the PAY, &c. of the ARMY.

Nine Million Eight Hundred and Thirty-five Thousand Pounds.

II.

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

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1907–08. 1906–07. INCREASE.
£. £. £.
15,500 13,050 2,450
325,000 || 323,000 2,000
(a)
8,002,000 | 8,444,000 -
(b) 146,000 | 163,000 -
80,000 91,600 -
45,000 75,000 -
337,000 || 365,000 -
50,000 - 50,000
1,202,000 | 1,065,000 137,000
175,000 || 145,000 30,000
(c) 16,400 23,400 -
24,500 21,900 2,600
(d) 25,100 | 18,500 6,600
16,530 | 16,400 130
16,500 17,200 -
69,600 (e) 71,700 || –
46,300 43,200 3,100
3,970 4,050 -
10,596,400 10,901,000 233,880

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WOTE 1.-PAY, &c. OF THE ARMY-continued.

1907–08. | 1906–07. INCREASE. | DECREASE. £. £. £. £. Brought Forward - - 10,596,400 10,901,000 233,880 538,480 $.— PAY, &c. OF ESTABLISHMENTS OF MILITARY PRISONS 27,800 (f) 30,700 - 2,900 T.—REWARDS, &c. FOR APPREHENSION OF DESERTERS, &c. 2,500 3,000 - 500 U.—WAGES OF CIVILIANS ATTACHED TO UNITS, &c. . 50,000 54,000 - 4,000 W. —EXPENSES OF NATIVE INDIAN TRUOPS - - - - 216,000 (g).291,000 - 75,000 X.–GRATUITIES TO THE TROOPS FOR ACTIVE SERVICE - - 2,000 - 2,000 Y. MISCELLANEOUS AND UNFORESEEN CHARGES - - 300 300 - TOTAL GROSS ESTIMATE - - - £. 10,893,000 |11,282,000 Deduct, Z.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID . . . . . . . 1,058,000 | 1,062,000 4,000 NET TOTAL - - - £. 9,835,000 ||10,220,000 237,880 622,880

Net Decrease £. 385,000.

(a) Includes 14,074!. for pay of certain officers and men, now provided in Vote 9, Subhead D; Vote 11, Subheads A and C;

and Vote 13, Subhead A.

(b) Includes 1,700l. for regimental provision of Miscellaneous Stores, &c., formerly provided under Vote 8, Subhead C.

(c) Includes 10l. for Jumps for Cavalry School formerly provided in Vote 10, Subhead T.
(d) Includes 1,500. for staff of Balloon Factory, &c., formerly provided in Vote 10, Subhead G.
(e) Includes 246, for 1 Chaplain, now provided in Vote 11, Subhead, A.

(f) Includes 800, for Inspector of Military Prisons and Detention Barracks now provided in Vote 13, Subhead A.

(g) Includes 3,000l. for Colonial Allowances, now provided in Vote 7, Subhead D.

III. DETAILS of the Charges under the foregoing Heads. A.—PAY, &c., OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INSPECTOR-GENERAL OF THE FORCES: ESTIMATE. ESTIMATE. - —| 1907–08. 1906–07. Numbers. Rates of Pay. - Daily on 1906-7. 1907–8. Annual £. f'. l l Inspector-General of the Forces - - - - 4,000. 4,000 4,000 1 - Assistant Military Secretary - - 21s - (b)402 - l | Private Secretary - - - - - 450l. 450 2 - 2 Aides-de-Camp - - - - - - - - - - { (b) o; } 593 (b)584 1 1 Staff Officer - - - - - - - - - (a)800l. 800 800 1 1 Inspector of Cavalry - - - - - - - (a)1,200l. 1,200 (c)1,500 I 1 Inspector of Royal Horse and Field Artillery - (a)1,200l. 1,200 1,200 l 1 Inspector of Garrison Artillery - - - - - - - (a)1,2004 1,200 1,200 - l Staff Captain to Inspector of Garrison Artillery - - - (a)400l. 400 l l Inspector of Royal Engineers - - - - - (a)1,200l. 1,200 1,200 l l Inspector of Equipment and Ordnance Stores - - (a)1,200l. 1,200 1,200 - l Inspector of Army Service Corps - - - - - - (a) 1,200l. 1,200 - | 2. 5s. a day, - 1 Inspector of Medical Services - - - - o too | 1,006 || "...o. 4 3 Military Clerks (2 Warrant Officers and 1 2nd Corporal) - - (d)310 - - - 4s. 6d. to 6s. 5 5 Ex-Soldier Clerks (Class B.)- - - - | daily. ! 549 548 Messing and Kit Allowances and Service Pay of serving Soldiers - (d)54 Contingencies - - - - - - - - - - 138 416 19 21 15,500 13,050

(a) Consolidated rates, inclusive of all emoluments, except Pensions for Wounds and Rewards for Distinguished Service.

servant allowance at 1s. a day. (c) Personal to present holders. (d) Formerly provided under Vote 1,

Subhead C.

(b) Inclusive of

VOTE 1.-PAY, &c. of the ARMY-continued.

3.—PAY, &c. OF STAFF OF COMMANDS, &c. :

ESTIMATE,

| Numbers. 1907–08. ESTIMATE, 1906–07. 1906–07. 1907–08. | — I- Home. Abroad. | Total. Home. Abroad Î Home. Abroad. Total. General Officers Commanding-in-Chief:— - 4 3 a 6 1st Class ...".".” ". . . . . . . £ t £ £ 3 l 3 l 4 2nd Class - - - - - - - - - - 2 2 Governors and Commanding the Troops - - 2 - 2 - 2 | Lieutenant-Governors (Major-Generals) - 11 12 10 10 20 | Major-Generals - - - - - - - 24 8 24 9 33 || Brigadier-Generals - - - - - - l - l - 1 | Colonel for Coast Defences - - - - 7 4 7 3 10 | Assistant Military Secretaries - - - - - - - l 1 | Assistant Military Secretary and Aide-de-Camp 19 17 18 13 31 Aides-de-Camp - - - - - - - GENERAL STAFF : 4 l 4 5 | Brigadier-Generals - - - - - 10 3 9 3 12 | Colonels - - - - - - - - 5 8 5 14 || Lieut.-Colonels or Majors - - - - - 7 - 7 - 7 | Staff Officers for Defences - - - - 21 4 21 3 24 Brigade-Majors 5 3 -: 3 8 || Staff Captains - - - - - - - - - Attached to the General Staff: 10 l 8 - 8 || Majors or Captains (graded as Brigade.Majors) . . )(0171,400 60,500 |231,900 235,088 ADMINISTRATIVE AND TECHNICAL STAFF: 3 I 3 l 4 Major-Generals in Charge of Administration - 4 2 4 - 4 || Brigadier-Generals in charge of Administration 10 3 10 6 16 Assistant Adjutant Generals and Assistant Quartermaster Generals - - - - - - 20 19 20 19 39 Deputy Assistant Adjutant & Quartermaster Generals 3 — 3 - 3 | Staff Officers for Imperial Yeomanry - 5 l 5 l 6 | Staff Officers for Horse and Field Artillery 4 – 5 - 5 | Commanders, Royal Artillery - - - - - ll 5 11 5 16 || Chief Engineers - - - - - - - 6 2 6 2 8 Assistant Directors of Supplies and Transport - (Substantive Colonels) - - - - - 5 5 2 7 Deputy Assistant Directors of Supplies and Transport - 2 - 2 2 Instructors in Gunnery (1st Class) - - - t 10 : 13 8 12 20 | Staff Captains - - - - 2 3. 4 - 4 Garrison Adjutants - - - - - - 7 - 7 - 7 | Quartermasters - - - - - o 9 - 9 - 9 | Remount Officers - - - - - - 7 - 7 - 7 | District Barrack Officers - - - - - - l - - 1 - 1 || Officer for Supply Duties - - - - - For Staff Pay of 4 Lieutenant-Colonels acting as Coast Defence Commanders - - - - - 400 - 400 400 For Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, &c., ...! porarily employed in acting Staff and Garrison 1,800 2,950 4,750 4,800 appointments, etc. - - - - - - 239 118 236 110 346 £. 173,600 63,450 237,050 240,288 13 - 13 - 13 Commanders of Grouped |. Districts 13 - 13 - 13 | Staff Captains of Grou egimental Districts - " I wo “Po to 17 - 18 - 18 Colonels in Charge of rds - - - ..} (a) 38,500 - 38,500 36,913 24 - 24 - 24 Assistants to Cosonels in charge of Records 306 118 304 110 414 212,100 63,430 |275530 27,201 - - Servant allowance - - - - - - - 182 3,459 || 3,641 4,055 - - Table Money of General Officers at certain stations 5,450 3,794 9,244 9,444 54 11 53 11 64 || Garrison and Staff Serjeants, Librarians, &c. - - 4,871 1,144 6,015 6,150 - - 283 2 285 | Soldier and ex-soldier Clerks employed in Record Offices & Grouped Regimental District Offices (various rates) 19,200 200 | 19,400 15,000 241,803 72,047 |313,850 311,850 11 - 11 11 Military Attachés, at 800l. a year - - - - - 8,800 8,800 8,800 6 - 6 - 6 Aides-de-Camp to the King, at 10s. 6d. a day (in addition to any full pay or half pay) - - - 1,150 - 1,150 1,150 - 1 - 1 | Lieutenant of the Tower of London - - - - 400 - 400 400 I - l - 1 | Major of the Tower of London - - - - - 300 - 300 300 - - I - - - || Miscellaneous contingent expenses - - - - 250 250 500 500 TotAL, SUBhe Ad B. - - - £. 23.903. S1,097 || 325,000 323,000

e (a) For rates of pay, distribution, &c., see Appendix, No. 1, pp. 127–130.

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