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APPENDIX No. 19:—ARMY ESTIMATES, 1907–08, re-calculated, &c.—continued.

it. Brought forward - - - || 23,180,660 III,_Charges for Armaments, Works, Stores, Horses, and Miscellaneous Services other than Personal Equipment, &c. : £. Hobses (Establishment, 32,445): Purchase and Registration, also Forage, Cost of Veterinary Services, Saddlery, Harness, &c. - - - - - - - - 960,835 WARLIKE AND OTHER Stores (Votes 6, 7, 8 and 9), including Inspection and Transport, together with the cost of the Ordnance Committee, Ordnance Research Board, Experimental Establishments, and Metropolitan Police - - - - - - - - - - 2,423,670 Less, Amount estimated for Equipment, Ammunition, and Barrack Stores, &c., included in cost of PERson NEL or in the cost of HoRSES - - - - - - - - - - 1,378,090 –| 1,045,580 WoRks AND BUILDINGs (Vote 10), together with the cost of the Staff for Engineer Services - - - - - - - - - - - 1,397,888 Less, Amount estimated for Barrack Accommodation, included in cost of PERSONNEL - - - - - - - - 812,758 585,130 REPAYMENTs under the Barracks and Military Works Acts (Vote 10) - - - - 1,122,882 MiscellANEous Services undistributed : Vote 1.-Field Training - - - - - - - - 175,000 ,, 6 & 7.-South African War Arrear Charges - - - 117,326 ,, 12. —Grants to Institutions, Losses, &c., &c. - - - 11,242 ,, , , Extra Regulation Expenditure - - - - - 11,500 ,, 14 & 15–Non-effective charges on account of Imperial Yeomanry, Colonial and Irregular Forces employed in South African War - - - - - - - 68,000 383,068 4,097,495. IV.-Staff and Administration: Effective NonCharges. #. PARLIAMENTARY STAFF, SECRETARIES and CiviliaN ges. DEPARTMENTs (War Office) . - - - - £. £. 314,010 110,300 424,310 MILITARY STAFF at Head Quarters (War Office) mours Clerks, &c. - - - - - - - - ARMY Accounts DEPARTMENT - - - - - - 330,850 77,100 407,950 DEPARTMENT of INSPECTOR-GENKRAL of THE Forces - 18,790 3,880 22,670 STAFF of CoMMANds and Districts, including Military Attachés abroad, but excluding Military Clerks who are taken with Regular Army on previous page- - 399,770 122,590 522,360 JUDGE Advocate GENERAL's DEPARTMENT - - - - 3,970 - 3,970 ChELSEA AND KILMAINHAM Hospitals - - - - 55 37,530 37,585 £. | 1,067,445 351,400 | 1,418,845 1,418,845 Total (a) - - - £. 28,697,000 Deduct (a), —Appropriations in Aid of Vote 1:— Indian Contribution for Depôts and other Effective Services, except deferred pay and gratuities, 566,700l., less Imperial Contributions for Aden (100,000l.), and for Transport (130,000l.) - - - - - - - - - - - 336,7 Colonial Contributions - - - - - - - - - - - 450,300 | Egyptian Contribution - - - - - - - - - - - - 150,000 937,000 NET ToTAL of ARMY ESTIMATEs, 1907–08 - - £. 27,760,000

(a) The figures given above omit all expenditure which is merely a matter of account, i.e., the clothing stores, &c., issued on repayment, as well as the Deferred Pay, Gratuities on Discharge and Non-Effective i. of the Army in India. These do not form, part of the expense of the Army on the Imperial Establishment and are balanced by the money received as Appropriations in Aid. The only receipts that remain to be deducted are, therefore, the Contributions from India, the Colonies, and Egypt, amounting to 937,000l.

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STATEMENT showing, approximately, the SUMS provided in the I. REGIMENTAL FORCE By ARMs Cavalry. Royal Royal Horse Field. | Artillery. Artillery. | Household. Line. £. £. £. £. Vote 1.-Regimental Pay, Extra Pay, Allowances, and Extra uty, Additional and Woof Pay ; Deferred Pay and Gratuities earned on Imperial Service; an Mio Charges, # o C. to E., G., T., W., and Y., excluding charges pertain- 62.2.1 | - ing to Militia Fermanent staff and other Establish. 82,690 2,100 163,000 | 183,110 | 1 ments mentioned on later pages of this Statement. From the totals thus arrived at Appropriationsin-Aid (Sub-Head Z.) have been deducted, viz., Purchase of Discharges and Miscellaneous Receipts VOTE 2.-Medicines, &c. - - - - - - - - 130 1,320 310 1,620 2 VOTE 6.-Lodging and Stable Allowances - - 500 13,500 5,000 16,000 3 Field Allowance - - - - - - 150 500 250 1,000 4 Hire of Buildings to supplement Barracks. 300 3,500 800 4,000 5 Barrack Services - - - - - - 960 9,500 2,210 11,600 6 Conveyance of Troops (land and sea) 1,160 50,300 11,850 62,400 7 Carriage of Stores (land and sea) - - - - 325 12,950 3,200 16,750 8 Wages, Army Service Corps establishments, includ- - - - ing Crews of Vessels - - - - - 9 Remounts - - - - - - - - - 4,000 36,000 6,000 23,000 10 VOTE 7.—Provisions and Allowances in lieu - - - - 11,000 114,500 26,500 140,600 11 Forage and Paillasse Straw - - - 22,000 224,260 49,100 174,700 12 Fuel and Light - 2,800 26,680 6,900 32,900 13 Colonial Allowance - - - - - 7,000 1,000 3,000 14 Water Supply and Advertisements - 590 6,300 1,410 6,810 15 Clothing Services - - - 10,000 64,000 15,000 75,000 16 Vote, 8.-Equipment and Barrack Stores, &c. 2,400 25,600 8,000 40,500 17 Vote 9.—Small Arms, Ammunition, &c., (a) 1,500 27,500 1,400 8,700 18 VOTE 10. –Barrack Accommodation 3,600 63,000 18,000 76,000 19 Vote 12.-Postal and Telegraphic Expenses 100 900 300 1,700 20 Metropolitan Police - - - - - - - 21 TOTAL EFFECTIVE SERVICES (b) f. 144,205 1,309,470 320,890 1,479,450 Vote 14.—Non-effective Charges—Officers - - 11,150 80,000 19,000 94,000 22 Vote 15.-Non-effective Charges–Warrant Officers, Non-Com- - - - missioned Officers and Men - - - - - } 17,220 87,800 25,250 87,800 23 Vote 16.-Superannuation, &c.—Civilians - - - - - - 24 TOTAL NON-EFFECTIVE SERVICES - £. 28,370 167,800 44,250 181,800 25 TOTAL EFFECTIVE AND NON-EFFECTIVE SERVICE’s E. 172,575 1,477,270 365,140 1,661,250 26

(a) The Estimate under Vote 9 includes small arms and ammunition for the individual soldier, but does not include heavy

or light ordnance, projectiles, &c.

(b) Towards the cost of these Effective Services—(1) 336,700l. is to be contributed by the Indian Government on account

of Recruiting and other Home Effective Charges;

troops stationed there; and (3) 150,000l. by the Egyptian Government.

(2) 450,300l. by various Colonies towards the general expense of the ARMY ESTIMATES for 1907–08, for each Arm of the Service.

I.

REGIMENTAL FORCE BY ARMS.

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Royal Native Army Service Corps Royal Engineers Infantry. - - and Subordinates. - (including Colonial Indian Garrison School o (a) ll Militar - Corps. Regiments. Artillery - r Engineering) doi. Line. (7) Military. Civil. £. £ £. £. £. £. £. 4. 767,520 661,130 316,900 3,605,190 136,140 216,000 485,970 1,460 840 740 7,010 405 680 100 22,000 20,000 5,000 59,000 2,700 - 13,500 500 500 500 3,000 750 - 500 5,000 2,500 2,000 25,000 1,500 2,500 2,000 10,500 6,200 5,500 63,380 5,500 5,200 5,000 15,000 31,600 5,850 319,150 17,350 2,500 24,450 1,650 4,000 8,350 1,400 85,850 1,950 1,000 6,100 425 — — - - - - - 205,240 1,000 3,000 500 5,000 - 6,500 125,550 10,500 64,000 || 760,134 24,200 43,800 56,500 4,000 9,000 34,400 2,500 76,200 5,130 - 99,500 30,350 20,000 14,850 171,375 3,350 1,840 17,800 1,000 7,000 5,000 - 49,000 7,000 3,000 4,500 4,740 3,070 2,320 27,590 1,000 i:370 3,335 54,000 5,000 40,000 265,000 11,000 - 33,000 2,000 19,500 11,000 10,000 119,800 5,600 7,500 12,500 15,500 11,200 15,600 161,100 6,400 6,400 7,700 77,000 38,000 31,000 397,000 4,000 4,000 18,000 1,350 485 400 5,000 200 - 2,800 || 1 — - 400 - - - - - - - 1,170,970 963,175 519,060 6,201,779 234,175 295,110 800,335 214,415 104,000 99,000 48,000 484,000 (b) 21,000 - 72,600 98,350 63,250 39,120 761,150 (c) 14,650 - 57,000 - - - - - - - 5,100 202,350 162,250 87,120 | 1,245,150 35,650 - 129,600 5,100 1,373,320 | 1,125,425 606,180 7,446,929 269,825 295,110 929,935 219,515

(a) Inclusive of Military Clerks for General Staff offices; and of animals for special Transport and Remount establishment in South Africa. (b) Excluding 14,500l. for Colonial and Irregular Corps employed in the South African War.

(c) Excludin N.B.-In addition to the above Estimate, provision amountin Estimates for Rates, on War Department Property and contributions in lieu of Rates.

28,000l. for Colonial and Irregular Corps employed in the South African War.
to 194,700l. is made in the Civil Service

The Civil Service

Estimates, also provide for the cost of the Exchequer, and Audit Department, Law Charges, Surveys of the É. Kingdom, &c.; whilst 130,000l. is provided for the Cost of Stationery and Printing, see page 10 of these -Estimates.

APPENDIX, No 20.—STATEMENT showing, approximately, the Sums provided

II. STAFF, DEPARTMENTS, AND Inspector (a) Recruiting Army of , states. of 1. the Forces. Commands. Expenses. [...":* - ** ------ - (b) (Sub-Head (Sub-Head (Sub-Head (Sub-Heads A.) B.) F.) C, &c.) - - - - - - --£. £. £. £. | Vote 1.--Total provided under Special Headings - 15,500 325,000 45,000 - l Po, &c., of Army Ordnance o rmy Ordnance Corps, and Army Veterinary o Corps, also Deferred Pay, Gratuities, and 10 7() o Miscellaneous Charges for Non-Commis- i - 249,140 2 sioned Officers and Men who are supernumerary to their Regiments, &c. (c) Wore 2. —Medicines, &c. - - - - - - 5 50 - 240 3. Vote 6.-Lodging and Stable Allowances - - - 150 15,000 - 10,500 4. Field Allowance - - - - - - - 500 - 400 5 Hire of Buildings to supplement Barracks - - 1,000 - 600 6 Barrack Services - - - - - - - 350 - 1,800 7 Conveyance of Troops (land and sea) - - 2,000 21,500 4,600 9,000 8. Carriage of Stores (land and sea) - - - - - - 2,450 9. Vote 7.-Provisions and Allowances in lieu 30 2,100 - 19,400 10. Forage and Paillasse Straw - - 50 14,000 - 1,585 11 Fuel and Light - - - - - 25 5,000 - - 7,300 12. Colonial Allowances - - - - - - 5,000 - 3,000 13 Water Supply and Advertisements - - - -- 100 -- 680 || 14 Clothing Services - - - - - - 20 250 120 9,000 15 Vote 8.—Equipment and Barrack Stores, &c. - - - 100 - - 3,000 | 16. Vote 9.—Small Arms, Ammunition, &c. - - - - 150 - 2,550 17 Vote 10. –Barrack Accommodation - - - - - 5,500 1,000 5,500 18. VoIE 12.-Postal and Telegraphic Expenses - - - 100 4,100 500 1,800 19, Metropolitan Police - - - - - - - - - 20, ToTAL EFFECTIVE SERVICES - - - - £ 18,790 399,770 51,220 327,945 21 Vote 14.—Non-effective Charges—Officers - - - 3,700 118,000 4,000 33,700 22 Vote 15.-Non-effective Charges - Warrant...Officers, \ - Non-Commissioned Officers and Men - | 180 3,790 150 21,850 23 Vote 16. Superannuation, &c. (Civilians) - - - - 800 - - 24 ToTAL, NoN-EFFECTIVE SERVICES - - £. 3,880 122,590 4,150 55,550 25 ToTAL EFFECTIVE AND NoN-EFFECTIVE SERVICES £. 22,670 522,360 55,370 383,495 26

(a) The military clerks of the Army Service Corps serving in General Staff Offices are included in Table I.
ib) For Civil Subordinates, see page 233. -
(c) Allowing for Appropriations in Aid arising from purchased discharges, &c.

in the Army Estimates, for various Establishments. –continued.

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II.

MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENTS show N UNDER Vote 1.

- - ----> Army Schools Chaplains ... ---- Staff of Schools of Musketry. Gymnastic Department o Prison - - > Miscellaneous of Gunnery. o o ) Instructors. and Corps. Establishments, Army Schools. Oeillfonteln). (Sub-Head (Sub-Head &c. (sub-Head k.) Sub-Head L.) (sub-Head N.) | Sub-Head 0.) P.) Q.) (Sub-Head S.) £. £. £. £. £. £. £. 16400 24,500 16,530 16,500 69,600 46,300 (a) 27,600 60 150 60 190 - 14,030 300 5 15 5 15 15 30 25 300 450 1,100 300 5,500 3,900 200 - - - - 100 250 - - - - - 100 40 90 45 120 90 240 225 80 1,200 500 250 2,950 1,750 700 - 60 100 50 180 425 100 430 1,090 500 1,380 700 1,800 2,500 2,000 25 320 90 800 4,500 440 780 550 530 1,900 3,100 1,7 - - 200 - 1,500 1,000 200 40 45 20 40 30 130 60 250 500 250 750 - 1,000 1,000 100 250 100 150 - 100 300 - 50 50 50 - 50 - 100 5,500 iso 150 250 200 3,000 - o 75 35 55 10 200 50 50 - 870 - - - - - -20,320 35,610 20,535 20,575 83,815 78,955 37,960 - 8,100 2,650 3,250 17,200 15,000 3,050 - 9,180 2,520 6,050 - 150 6,300 - - -- - - – 3,500 - 17,280 5,170 9,300 17,200 15,150 12,850 20,320 52,890 25,705 29,875 101,015 94,105 50,810

(a) After deducting 200l. Appropriations-in-Aid.

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