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

ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE B.—KILMAINHAM HOSPITAL : > 1. 1907–08. 1906–07. Numbers. 1906–07. 1907-08. ... . .”. £, 4. | 1 1 (a) Master (being allowance for Garden Expenses, in ad. dition to Pay and Allowances as General Officer Commanding the Troops in Ireland) - - 100 100 1 1 (a) Adjutant and Secretary - - - - - - 300 350 1 1 (a) Physician and Surgeon (Pay, 548l., with 65l. Allowance in lieu of Servant, Fuel and Light, and Forage)- 613 613 l l (a) Quartermaster (Pay 30ll. and 18l. in lieu of servant) 319 319 l 1 Officiating Church of England Clergyman - - - 100 100 l 1 Officiating Roman Catholic Clergyman - - - 75 75 1 1 Clerk to Board of Governors - - - - - 73 73 1 1 Quartermaster Serjeant (in addition to Out-Pension) - 55 55 l 1 Serjeant Major (in addition to Out-Pension) - - || 46 46 1 - Lodge Keeper (in addition to Out-Pension) - - - - 46 1 I Hospital Serjeant - - - - - - - 105 105 9 9 Nurses (at 1s. 3d. to 2s. 6d. a day) - - - - 310 310 1 l Master Cook (in addition to Out Pension) - - - 46 46 1 I Woman Cook - - - - - - - - 14 19 3 3 Women in charge of Galleries - - - - - 59 59 - - Wages of In-Pensioners (14) employed in various subordinate positions in the Hospital - - - 277 - 479 (c) 5 5 Civilian Porters - - - - - - - - 234 | 137 137 In-Pensioners, Pay of - - - - - - 347 347 Provisions (under Contract) - - - - 2,639 2,598 Clothing ( >> ). - - - - - 576 580 Compensation to In-Pensioners in lieu of privilege of selling old clothing - - - - - - - 15 Washing - - - - - - - - - 213 214 Medicaments - - - - - - - - 240 210 Contingencies (including Funeral Expenses, Allowance for library, &c.) - - - - - - - 84 9 | (c) 167 166 ToTAL - - - £. (b) 6,825 (b) 6,850

(a) These Officers have unfurnished #. with fuel and light.

(b), The Fuel, Furniture, &c. of this Establishment are supplied by the Office of Public Works, and the cost is included in the Estimates for Civil Services.

(c) Corrected figures.

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 11 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 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 1 l 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 : - Numbers. £. £. 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 -> » x- 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

Wote 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. 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. o: 22 25 Children - - - - - , , - - o . . . o - - . . 130 - - 120 . Gratuities to Soldiers' Widows on re-marriage to . . . . . 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 l 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 7284 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. T., 5l. > * Non-Commissioned Officers and Men killed or dying through War Service or from injuries received on duty: Class I. (Quartermaster-Serjeants, &c.) - - - 10s. a week. 2s a week each. Class II. (Colour-Serjeants, &c.) - - - - - 9s. -- 2s. 3 * Class III. (Serjeants, &c.) - - - - - 7s. 6d. , , 2s. 22 Class IV. (Corporals, &c.) - - - - - - 6s. 3 * ls. 6d. > * Class V. (Privates, &c.) - - - - - - - 5s. x - ls. 6d. >>

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

ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, -- - 1907–08. 1906–07. (L.-APPROPRIATIONS IN AID. £. Sum to be received in aid of Army Estimates to meet the Non-Effective £. Charges for the Regular Forces serving in India : Out-Pensions - - - - - - - - - - 481,633 484,878 Rewards to Warrant Officers, &c. for Distinguished or Meritorious Services - - - - - - - - 2,988 3,019 Widows' Pensions - - - - - - - - - 6,411 6,812 --- 491,032 494,709 :Sum to be received to meet the Non-Effective Charges for Non-Commissioned Officers lent for service under Colonial Governments - - - - - 1.425 300 Miscellaneous Receipts (Chelsea and Kilmainham (b) Hospitals) - - - 325, 548 TOTAL - - - £. 492,782 495,557

(b) Certain lands and premises, the §.o. of Kilmainham Hospital, of the nominal rental value of 671., 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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