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Vote 1.—PAY, &c. OF THE ARMY-continued.

Cavalry. Artillery. Engineers. Infantry. Appendix No. 2, pp. 132 to 159, contains a full detail of the stablishments, and of Regimental Pay.] C.—REGIMENTAL PAY, EXTRA PAY, AND MESSING £ 39 £ 4. AND KIT ALLOWANCES (a): - - - Officers - - - 115,300 299,450 102,110 650,500 I Regimental and Additional Pay - Warrant Officers, NonJoide Appendix (page 159). commissioned Officers 386,700 951,070 242,140 2,088,800 2 and Men - - - TotAL - - - - £. 502,000 | 1,250,520 344,250 2,739,300 3 Command Pay (Officers) - - - - - - - 1,400 5,000 3,000 9,000 || 4 Artillery and Guards’ Special Pay, Engineer Pay, Corps Pay, and Coast Pay (Officers) - - - - - - - 28,500 54,000 24,000 || 5 Artillery Special Pay, Engineer Pay, and Corps Pay, (Men) - 8,000 96,000 - 6 Service or Proficiency pay, i.e. increased pay under Army - Order 66 of 1902 (as amended by Army Order 203 of 1905 || 7 | and Army Order 231 of 1906), Good Conduct Pay and 70,000 191,000 58,000 520,000 7 Prizes for Skill at Arms, &c. (Men) - - - - . Messing and Kit Allowances (Men) (a) - - - - 96,000 229,000 60,000 | 661,000 || 8 ToTAL, SUB-HEAD C. : - - £. 669,400 1,712,020 615,250 3,953,300 9 | D.—REGIMENTAL ALLOWANCES AND EXPENSES : Servant Allowance to Officers - - - - - - 1,300 4,300 14,300 8,600 || 10 Mess Allowance (Officers) - - - - - 4,000 7,500 2,000 28,000 || 11 Allowance in Aid of Band Expenses - - - - - 3,040 800 160 16,900 | 12 Outfit Allowance to Officers - - - - - - 400 600 400 2,800 - 13 Contingent Allowance and Expenses (including Funerals) - 2,300 4,000 1,000 14,200 | 1.4 Library Allowance - - - - - - 400 800 200 3,250 | 15 Allowance for shoeing Officers' horses by civilian tradesmen - 100 100 40 530 | 16 Allowance to the Motor Corps for Office expenses, etc. (b) - - - - 17 Miscellaneous Stores Allowance (c) - - - - 200 400 200 800 | 18 TOTAL - - - £. 11,740 | 18,500 18,300 75,080 | 19 E. —REGIMENTAL EXTRA DUTY PAY (OFFICERS): ADDITIONAL PAY (MEN) AND WORKING PAY : Extra Duty Pay and Additional Pay for various Regimental Appointments, and Duties such as Acting Adjutants; instruction in Musketry, Gunnery, Gymnastics, and Signalling; Clerks keep- Offi ing Company Pay and Mess Books; Rough CerS 1,000 2,500 1,000 8,000 20 Riders; Acting N.C.O's., &c. - - - - - M Working Pay (or Corps Pay in lieu) for various |*" 5,000 12,000 500 35,000 21 Staff and Regimental Duties, such as Fire Brigade, Musketry Warders, Scraping and Painting Ordnance, Browning Arms, &c. TOTAL - - - £. 6,000 14,500 1,500 43,000 22

(a) Messing Allowance is at the rate of 3d, a day. Kit Allowance is the

66, of 1902 to make good the o stoppages for upkeep of kit, washing, etc.

(b) The members of this Corps hol Wote 1, Subhead J.

(c) Includes fencing allowance, (repair of foils, &c.), and allowance for clipping horses.

additional allowance, 2d. a day, granted by Army Order

commissions as Reserve Officers. Their allowances when employed in peace are provided under Vote 1.-PAY, &c. of THE ARMY-continued.

ToTAI Royal Arm - Army . Army Colonial of oce io. TOTAL Service Medical Veterinary Corps. Department (as in r Estimate, | Corps. Corps. and foregoing Corps. (Men). (Men). Corps. o ins. 1906–07. £. £. £. £. £. £. £. 1 87,000 - - 33,440 89,200 1,377,000 1,395,800 2 211,000 125,850 7,500 83,440 105,500 4,202,000 4,481,200 3 298,000 125,850 7,500 116,880 194,700 5,579,000 5,877,000 4 1,100 - — . 500 -- 20,000 20,300 5 28,000 - - 1,500 - 136,000 142,000 6 44,000 37,000 3,000 2,000 14,000 204,000 214,700' 7 40,000 25,000 1,500 (a) 4,500 15,000 925,000 1,045,000 8 45,000 30,000 1,650 250 15,100 1,138,000 1,145,000 9 456,100 217,850 13,650 125,630 238,800 8,002,000 (b) 8,444,000 10 9,000 - - 500 4,000 42,000 42,000 11 2,300 - - 1,000 - 44,800 54,800 12 - — - 600 - 21,500 22,800 13 500 400 - 100 300 5,500 8,500 14 1,000 500 - 800 400 24,200 28,600 15 120 70 - 120 40 5,000 5,000 16 20 - - 10 - 800 800 17 - - - - - 500 500 18 100 - - - - 1,700 (c) 19 13,040 970 - 3,130 4,740 146,000 163,000 20 2,500 - - 700 300 16,000 16,000 21 6,300 1,000 100 1,600 2,500 64,000 75,600 22 8,800 1,000 100 2,300 2,800 80,000 91,600 |

(a) 400l. for Service pay of European Staff and 4,100l. for good conduct pay and prizes of other ranks. (b) Includes 22,088l. now provided elsewhere; viz., 364l, under Vote 1, Subhead A. ; 235l. under Vote 1, Subhead K. : 1,430l. under Vote 1, Subhead L.; 5,985l. under Vote 1, Subhead M. ; 6,300l. under Vote 9, Sub-head D.; 1491. under Vote 11, Subhead A: ; 35l. under Vote 11, Subhead C.; and 7,590l., under Vote 13, Subhead A. (c) Formerly provided under Vote 8, Subhead C.

Vote 1.-PAY, &c. of THE ARMY-continued.

ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, 1907–08. | 1906–07. F.—RECRUITING STAFF AND EXPENSES : Numbers. £. £ (Provided 1906–7. ||wis under Vote 13, 1 1 | Chief Recruiting Staff Officer - - - - - - - Sub-head A) (a) 750 1 | – | Recruiting Staff Officer (Class I.) - - - (a) 450 11 12 22 ,, . , (Class II.) : - - | 400l. a year (340l. 4,800 4,400 - if in quarters). 8 8 | Retired Officers - - - - - - || 3 at 150l. and 5 at 100l. and an amount 99) equal to their re 2,220 2,500 tired pay. 27 27 | Pensioner Conductors - - - - (b) 25s, a week | 1,770 1,763 92 78 || Pensioner Recruiters - - - - 2s. 6d. a day 3,600 4,200 32 32 | Civilian and Pensioner Clerks - - - - various rates 2,350 2,310 27 25 || Office Keepers, Messengers, &c. - - - - * > ** 1,120 1,200 199 || 183 | Extra . pay of 112 officers employed on recruiting duties - - - - 5,110 5,110 Additional pay of 169 non-commissioned officers employed on recruiting duties (in addition to the staff shown above) - - - - - - - - 4,600 4,900 25,570 27,583 Contingent Allowance for Recruiting - - - - - - - - - 1,750 1,700 Recruiting Service Advertisements - - - - - - - - - 3,250 3,150 Miscellaneous Office Contingencies - - - 50 67 30,620 32,500 Recruiting rewards, fees, &c., on the enlistment of recruits for the Regular Forces- 7,500 7,500 Bounties on re-engagement or extension of service, and gratuities to men on transfer from one corps to another - - - - - - - - 6,880 35,000 £. 45,000 75,000 G.—GRATUITIES AND DEFERRED PAY TO SOLDIERS ON DISCHARGE, &c. : GRATUITIES payable to soldiers on transfer to the Army Reserve, on discharge, or, in the event of death, to their widows and children - - - - - - 229,000 200,000 DEFERRED PAY : (1) Due to service on British Establishment - - - - - - 85,000 123,000 (2) Due to service on Indian Establishment - - - - - 23,000 42,000 —— £. 337,000 || 365,000 G.G. —RESERVE OF OFFICERS - - - - - - £. 50,000

H.—PAY, &c. OF ARMY RESERVE:

Maximum Numbers.
1906–07. 1907–08.

122,000 | 129,000

Pay, Bounty, &c. of Army Reserve, including the Reserve
of the Royal Malta Artillery . - - - - -
Payments to Reservists not belonging to the Regular Army -

J.-FIELD TRAINING :

Transport, Field Allowance, Provisions, Forage, Rents, Water Supply, and other

expenses of Field Training (including allowances to Officers of Motor Corps
Reserve (c) ) - - - - - - - - - -

1,190,000 | 1,065,000 12,000

1,202,000 | 1,065,000

£. 175,000 || 145,000

(a) Consolidated rate inclusive of Allowances.
(b) l receives 27s. a week.
(c) See note (b) on page 28.

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Vote 1.-PAY, &c. of THE ARMy—continued.

K.—PAY, &c. OF THE STAFF OF THE SCHOOL FOR CAVALRY | --Aşi.I.Eßl...o.oyogijo Mööß5 p.o. *.*.* | *.*.* INFANTRY, AND OF MISCELLANEOUS ARMY SCHOOLS: |Daily or Annual. 1907–08. 1906–07. Numbers. 1906–07. 1907–08. (l.) SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION FOR CAVALRY AND YEoMANRY OFFICERS AND NoN-CoMMissioned c s a £ £. OFFICERS: - l 1 Commandant (Lieutenant Colonel) - - - - - 1 7 6 503 50.2 l 1 | Quartermaster and Adjutant - - - - - - – 18 – 329 329 3 3 Instructors (including 1 Major with 20s. a day) - - - – 18 – 1,025 987 l l Riding Master - - - - - - - - - 15s. to 16s. 6d. *; 301 l l Sergeant Major (Warrant Officer) - - - - - – 5 4 97 - 4. Squadron Serjeant Majors - - - - - - - – 4 4 320 l l Quartermaster Serjeant - - - - - - - – 4 4 19 | 79 l l Orderly-room Serjeant - - - - - - – 4 2 76 76 - l Orderly-room Clerk - - - - - - - - – 2 8 49 | 2 2 Serjeant Instructors of Fencing { lst Class - - - ) – 3 4 61 | 61 (Army Gymnastic Staff) - 2nd , - - - – 3 0 55 55 2 2 Serjeants - - - - - - - - - - – 2 8 98 97 4 4 Corporals (including 1 R.E. and 1 Saddle-tree maker, at various rates) - - - - - - - - - 2s. to 2s. 6d. 156 155 l 1 Trumpeter - - - - - - - - - - - l 4 24 24 -2 l Clerk (private) - - - - - - - - - – l 2 21 61 - 11 Privates attached for fatigue duties - - - - - 1 2 235 (a) 7 7 1 Overseer, 1 Farrier, 4 Shoeing Smiths, and 1 Saddler (Civilians or ex-soldiers) - - - - - - - i 494 494 60 60 Civilians or Ex-soldiers, as grooms, waiters, &c. - - 3,602 3,407 - Messing and Kit Allowances and Service Pay of serving soldiers - - - - - - - - - - - 300 235 - - Additional pay for accounts, Contingent expenses, and fees for expert lectures - - - - - - - - - 200 (b) 140 87 102 8,000 7,100 (2.) Schools For INSTRUCTION OF MOUNTED INFANTRY : 2 l Commandant (Lieutenant Colonel) - - - - - l 1 – 384 830 3 1 Assistant Commandant (Major) - - - - – 13 7 249 868 3 l Adjutant and Quartermaster - - - - – 18 7 340 935 3 l Serjeant Major - - - - - - - - - – 5 4 98 292 3 l Quartermaster Serjeant - - - - - - – 4 4 79 237 4 2 Farrier Quartermaster Serjeants - - - - 4s. and 5s. 165 310 12 6 Farrier Serjeants - - - - - - - - 2s. 10d. to 3s. 4d. 329 651 3 l Saddler Serjeant - - - - - - - - - – 3 8 67 201 3 1 Orderly Room Serjeant - - - - - - - 2s. 8d. to 4s. 2d. 58 182 3 l Orderly Room Clerk - - - - - - - - 2s. to 2s. 8d. 49 118 140 50 Ex-Soldiers, as cooks, waiters, fatiguemen, &c. - - - - 2,579 7,200 3 I ditto Clerk to Quartermaster - - - - - 73 219 - - Messing and Kit Allowances and Service Pay of serving soldiers - - - - - - - - - - - 235 562 - - Additional pay and miscellaneous expenses - - - - 145 245 182 67 4,850 12,850 - (3.) SCHOOL OF SIGNALLING: 550l. without . Without, --- ro I l Commandant - - - - - - - - { "oil, or) 550 550 - 400l. without, 2 2 Instructors - - - - - - - - - { sor) 800 71.4 I 1 Instructor in Signalling (Warrant Officer) - - - – 5 6 101 100 5 5 Assistant Instructors in Signalling - - - - - || 3s. 9d. to 4s. 3d. 364 359 l 1 Clerk (Pensioner) - - - - - - - - - – 4 — 73 73 1 1 Storeman (Pensioner) - - - - - - - - - 52 52 Additional Pay at Aldershot and Stations Abroad to Acting Inspectors of Signalling - - - - - - 50 50 Additional Pay of Acting § of temporary Schools of Signalling in South Africa and at Home - - - - - 330 330 - - Messing and Kit Allowances and Service Pay of serving soldiers - - - - - - - - - - - 110 110 Contingent Expenses - - - - - - - - - 5 17 11 11 - 2,435 2,355 | (4.) School of INSTRUCTION For OFFICERs, &c. of THE MILITIA AND WOLUNTEERs : 8 8 Commandants of Schools at London, and elsewhere - - | (c) – 6 — 198 181 1 1 Adjutant at Jondon . - - - - - - - | (c) – 4 - 62 69 Additional pay, at various rates, of Non-commissioned Officers and Men temporarily employed - - - - - 70 365 Contingent Expenses - - - - - - - - - 5 15 9 9 635 630 (5.) SCHOOL OF CookERY: l 1 Serjeant-Major Instructor (Warrant Officer) - - - – 5 6 101 100 4 4 Assistant Instructors in Cooking - - - - || 3s. 6d. to 5s. 284 283 - - Messing and Kit Allowances and Service Pay of serving soldiers - - - - - - - - - - - - 95 82 5 5 \ 480 465 TOTAL SUBHEAD K £. 16,400 23,400

(a) Formerly provided under Vote 1, Subhead C.
(b) Includes 10l. for Cavalry Jumps formerly provided in Vote 10, Subhead T.
(c) Extra pay, when employed.

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Vote 1 –PAY, &c. of THE ARMY-continued.

* or PAY ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE,

o, 1907–0s. 1906-07. L.—PAY, &c., OF ESTABLISHMENT OF SCHOOLS OF GUNNERY : Anil util J. |— --- Numbers with with £. £. unn - School of GUNNERY, UNDER CoMMANDANT, out §. — Shor:BURYNEss. of ters. 1906–07. 1907–08. ters. --- - (a.) Royal Garrison Artillery. – £. it. 1 l Commandant - - - - - - - - - 900 790 790 790 I l Chief Instructor - - - - - - - • 750 650 650 6.50 1 l Staff Captain - - - - - - - - - || 400 340 340 340 5 5 Instructors in Gunnery (1st Class) - - - - - || 550 470 2,350 2,350 £. s. d. 1 1 Adjutant - - - - - - - - - – 19 7 3.58 357 1 1 - 9s. 6d. to | Quartermaster- - - - - - - - 15s. 6d 256 - 255 plus 3s. | 1 1 Gunner, 2nd Class Master (Warrant Officer) - - - – 5 8 104 108 l 1 Serjeant Major -> * * - - - – 5 10 107 106 1 } Schoolmaster (with additional Pay at 1s. a day) - - – T | | 148 i. I Serjeant Major (Warrant Officer) - - – 5 10 105 06 3 4 Quartermaster Serjeants - - - | in. 1Il – 5 366 274 8 7 Company-Serjeant-Majors - - - | unnery. – 4 – 512 584 Eactra duty #. of 1 Non-Commissioned Officer in charge of signalling - - - - - - - - — – 6 - 9 6 6 Artillery Clerks - - - - - - - 2s, to 5s. 6d. 467 (a) l l Quartermaster Serjeant - 5 — 91 91 1 l Artificer Quartermaster-Serjeant – 6 - 110 11() 1 1 Laboratory x - -> – 5 — 91 91 -2 2 Wheeler -> Serjeants – 3 9 138 161 l 1 Master Gunner, 3rd Class - – 4 6 82 82 1 1 Farrier Staff Serjeant – 4 3 78 78 1 l Artificer - - - | – 5 — 91 91 1 1 Trumpeter Serjeant - - - - - – 3 2 58 58 I l Cook x- - - - - - - - || – 3 8 67 58 I l Smith -- - - - - - – 3 7 66 65 I 1 Wheeler Corporal - - - - - - 2 6 46 46 1 I Smith -> - - - - - - - - – 2 6 46 46 2 2 Storemen Corporals - - - - - - - - – 2 6 91 91 - - 18. 24d. s h §: as i. - si l - & - - - and o | 41" 41 unners as Storemen, Signalmen, &c. - - - varo. ote. s 1,000 1,000 Messing and Kit Allowances and Service Pay of serving soldiers - - - - - - - - - 1,230 1,1 18 78 78 (b.) Royal Garrison Artillery (Lydd). 9,980 || 9,304 - - 900l. without, | 1 1 Commandant and Chief Instructor - - 790. 900 730 with quarters. s 550l. without, 2 2 Instructors in Gunnery (1st Class) - - - - *}” ; 1,020 940 - with quarters. I l Master Gunner, 3rd Class - - - - - - – 4 6 82 . 82 2 2 Quartermaster-Serjeants - - Instructors in – 5 — 182 182 - - Company-Serjeant-Majors - - Gunnery. – 4 6 - 2 2 Artillery Clerks - - - - - - - - - || 2s, to 5s. 6d. 119 (a) 5 5 Gunners as Storemen, &c. (Additional pay, 2 at 6d., 2 at 9d., and l at 1s.) - - - - - - – l 24 175 175 Messing and Kit Allowances and Service Pay of serving soldiers - - - - - - - - - 182 146 13 13 2,660 *25.5 --- (c.) Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery. *—- 2255 1 1 Commandant - - - - - - - .s 900l. yout. 900 730 with quarters. - ... with 4 4 Instructors in Gunnery - - - - - - - *:::::: # | 2,200 1,533 with quarters. s I l Serjeant-Major (Warrant Officer) - - – 5 10 107 106 1 - Quartermaster Serjeant - - o 1n 5 - - 9 | 3 4 Battery-Serjeant-Majors - y. – 4 – 292 219 1 2 Artillery Clerks - - - - - - - - 2s. to 5s 6d. 128 (a) 3 3 Gunners as Storemen (with Additional pay at 6d. per diem) - - - - - - - - - - – l 24 93 81 Messing and Kit Allowances and Service Pay of serving soldiers - - - - - - - - - - 180 146 14 15 3900 TT2,900 - - Extra Duty Pay of Temporary Staff Officers - - - 80 Servant Allowance - - - - - - - - 35 55 Contingent and Library Allowance - - - - 30 32 Allowance in Aid of Mess - - - - - - 100 100 Fees for Lectures on Professional Subjects - - - 75 75 Contingent Expenses - - - - - - 10 90 _105 106 Total under Shoeburyness - - - - - T16,570 T 14,820

(a) Formerly provided under Subhead C.

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