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VOTE 11.-DETAIL of the ESTABLISHMENTS for Military EDUCATION.—continued.

ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, 1907-08. 1906-07. H.—SCHOOL OF MUSIC, KNELLER HALL : Numbers. £. . £. 1906–07, 1907–08. 1 1 Commandant - - - - - - - - 450 450 1 1 Quartermaster and Adjutant, 9s. to 15s., by 1s. 6d. § | quinquennially, and 2s, a day Extra Duty Pay - à ( 256 256 CP 1 1 Director of Music, 10s. 6d. to 16s. 6d., by 1s. 6d. .5 - quinquennially - - - - - - - 275 246 Servant Allowance - - - - - - - 55 55 l 1 Serjeant-Major, 5s. 6d. a day - - - - - 101 100 1 1 Clerk, Army Service Corps - - - - - - 92 91 Fees, &c. to Instructors - - - - - - - 760 760 Messing and Kit Allowances and Service Pay - - - 37 36 School Pay of Non-Commissioned Officers and Men assisting Instructors - - - - - - - - - - .36 1 1 Pensioner as Pay and Provost Sergeant and in charge of Furnaces, 25s. a week, with quarters - - - - 65 65 7 Pensioners and Army Reservists at 20s. weekly - - - - 14 14 Fatiguemen, &c. \ 6 Pensioners and Army Reservists at 697 697 18s. weekly . - - - 1 Civilian Gardener at 20s. weekly Contingencies (including Contingent and Library *) 132 147 ances) - - - - - - - - - - - i 20 20 TOTAL, SCHOOL OF MUSIC - - - £. 2,920 2,940 J. —EXAMINATION EXPENSES : Fees and other Expenses Incidental to Examinations - - - - 7,230 5,900 K.—REWARDS FOR PROFICIENCY IN LANGUAGES : Rewards to Officers and Non-commissioned Officers for proficiency in Modern Languages - - - - - - - - - | 4,300 2,400 L. —APPROPRIATIONS IN AID: Royal Military Academy, Contributions of Gentlemen Cadets, &c. - - 21,000 24,500 Royal Military College, Contributions of Gentlemen Cadets, &c. - - - 43,200 47,000 School Fees - - - - - - - - - - - - 280 280 Royal Hibernian Military School, Miscellaneous Receipts - - - - 520 520 Miscellaneous Receipts - - - - - - - - - - 1,800 800 £. 66,800 73,100

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I. ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908, to defray the Expense of MISCELLANEOUs EFFECTIVE SERVICES.

Sixty-seven Thousand Pounds.

II. SUB-HEADs under which this Vote will be accounted for. - 1907–08. 1906–07. screase owness. £. £. £. £. A.—GRANTS IN AID OF CERTAIN INSTITUTIONS, &c. . . . 5,140 5,290 - 150 B-TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION of soldiers . . . . . . 2,500 - 2,500 c—commission to BANKERs . . . . . . . . . 250 100 150 D.—COMPENSATION FOR LOSSES - . . . . . . . . 2,900 3,600 - 700. | E.—MEDALS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 500 5,750 - 5,250 F.—POLICE AT OTHER THAN ORDNANCE STATIONS - - - || 4,000 4,500 - 500 G.–EXTRA-REGULATION EXPENDITURE . . . . . . 11,500 11,500 - H.—POSTAL AND towarmic EXPENSES - - - - - - | 40,000 46,400 - 6,400 J.—MISCELLANEOUS - - - - - - - - - - - 1,210 560 650 Deduct, 68,000 77,700 K.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID . . . . . . . . . . 1,000 700 - 300 * | 67,000 77,000 T 3,300 T 13,300 z. NET DECREASE - ~ - £. loo

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Vote 12.-MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES.–continued.

III. DETAILs of the foregoing.

A.—GRANTS IN AID OF CERTAIN INSTITUTIONS:

National Association for the employment of Reserve Soldiers
Soldiers' and Sailors' Help Society - - - - - -
Churches, Schools, &c. - - - - - - - - -
Hospitals and Charitable Institutions - - - - - - -
Royal United Service Institution - - - - - - - -

Army Temperance Association - - - - - -

B.—TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION OF SOLDIERS :

Net Cost of Instruction of soldiers in civilian occupations, after deducting fees paid by them - - - - - - - -

C. —COMMISSION TO BANIKERS :

Commission to local Banks for the supply of Specie -

D.—COMPENSATION FOR LOSSES :
Compensation to Officers and Men under Royal Warrant - - -

Compensation to others for Losses, and incidental expenses relating thereto - - - - - - - - - -

Compensation to Civilians for personal injuries, and gratuities to Widows, &c., of Civilians accidently killed - - - - -

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Cost of Medals and incidental expenses in connection with the supply
of Medals and Decorations (except for Volunteer Officers) - - -

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Wages, &c. of Metropolitan and other Police employed at other than
Ordnance Stations - - - - - - - - - -

G.—EXTRA-REGULATION EXPENDITURE:

Amounts placed at the disposal of the Secretary of State (5,000l.) and
of General Officers Commanding-in-Chief, for the expenditure
of small sums for military purposes, not covered by regulation,
without reference to the Treasury and the War Office respectively - -

H. POSTAL AND TELEGRAPH EXPENSES -

J.-MISCELLANEOUS:

Miscellaneous Charges, including loss by exchange incidental expenses |

of Army Purchase Commission, and pay of Officers and others
specially employed on Administrative Committees - - - -

K.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID:

Miscellaneous Receipts, including amounts received to replace lost Medals,
and gain by exchange - - - - - - - - -

ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, 1907–08. 1906–07.

£. £.

1,000 1,000

50 50

1,000 1,150

1,965 1,965

375 375

750 750

£. 5,140 5,290 2,500

250 100

1,500 2,000

900 1,000

500 600

£. 2,900 3,600

500 5,750

4,000 4,500

11,500 11,500

(a) 40,000 | (a) 46,400

1,210 560

1,000 700

(a) Net provision, after deducting a rebate of 25% allowed by the General Post Office on the total value of all stamps

used for Army Service.

Vote 13.

WAR OFFICE AND ARMY ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT.

I. ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908 to defray the Expense of the WAR OFFICE AND ARMY Accounts DEPARTMENT.

Five Hundred and Sixty-seven Thousand Pounds.

II.

SUB-HEADs under which this Vote will be accounted for. 1907–08. 1906–07. INCREASE. DECREASE. - £. £. £. £. A. – SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES OF THE WAR OFFICE . . . . . . . . . (a)271,750 267,550 4,200 B.—PAY OF COPYISTS, &c., EMPLOYED AT THE WAR OFFICE - - - - - - - - 6,300 6,900 - 600 C.—SALARIES AND PAY OF OFFICE KEEPERS, MESSENGERS, &c., AT THE WAR OFFICE 18,600 18,600 - D.-CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE WAR OFFICE 2,100 1,200 900 E.—PAY, &c., of ARMY Accounts DEPARTMENT | 268,500 265,000 3,500 567,250 559,250 - Deduct, F.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID 250 250 - - £. 567,000 559,000 8,600 600 NET INCREASE - - - £8,000

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Also 3,075l. on account of pension of retired officers employed as clerks, whose pension is consolidated in their salaries.

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ESTIMATES. 1907–08. 1906-07. £. £. ARMY COUNCIL - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 20,500 19,500 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (a)30,970 29,800 (a) DE1'ARTMENT OF THE MILITARY SECRETARY TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE - - - - - - 8,185 - 7,979 DEPARTMENT OF THE CHIEF OF THE GENERAL STAFF - - - - - - - - - - - 56,070 : 58,071 DEPARTMENT OF THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL - - - - - - - - - - - - - 46,800 44,579 DEPARTMENT OF THE QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL - - - - - - - - - - 36,105 31,747 DEPARTMENT OF THE MASTER GENERAL OF THE ORDNANCE - - - - - - - - - 41,675 40,332 DEPARTMENT OF THE CIVIL MEMBER - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8,050 7,550 DEPARTMENT OF THE FINANCE MEMBER - - - - - - - - - - - - - 21,915 21,892 HISTORY OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1,480 6,100 TOTAL - - - - £. 2,1750 27.5% III. DETAILs of the foregoing. A.—SA LARIES AND ALLOWANCES OF THE WAR OFFICE : | r - Numbers. SALARY. ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, 1906–07. 1907–08. Minimum. Increment. Maximum. 1907–08. 1906–07. 2. £. ARMY COUNCIL. £. e. +. £ 1 l Secretary of State - - - - - - - - 5,000 || - - 5,000 5,000 5,000 If a Major General - - | (b) 2,000 || - - 2,000 r 4 4 Military Members - { If a Lieutenant-General - | (b) 2,500 - - 2,500 10,500 9,500 If a General - - - | (b) 3,000 - - 3,000 J l 1 Civil Member (Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State) - 1,500 - - 1,500 1,500 1,500 l l Finance Member (Financial Secretary) - - - - 1,500 - 1,500 1,500 1,500 l l Secretary of the War Office and Permanent Under o Secretary of State - - - - - - - - 2,000 || - - 2,000 2,000 2,000 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY. I l | Principal, with allowance of 2007. as Assistant Secretary - 850 50 1,000 1,200 1,200 2 2 Principals - - - - - - - - ry - 850 50 1,000 1,965 1,913 l l | Acting Principal - - - - - - - - 850 - 850 850 850 5 # Assistant Principals (c) - - - - - - - 600 25 so 3,560 3,390 11 11 (d) | Clerks - - - - - - - - - - . 150 { $ ; (d) 22:5 2,037 3 3 Chief Examiners - - - - - - - - 450 13 500 1,480 1,435 6 6 Staff Clerks - - - - - - - - - 350 15 450 2,605 2,574 s Supplementary Clerks and Clerks, Second Division, Higher 250 10 350 61 61 Grade - - - - - - - - - - 5 100 *: | Second Division Clerks - - - - - - " - 70 | 10s. !. 13,965 13,430 10 ": { 9 9 Assistant Clerks - - - - - - - 55 | : l % 755 703 l l | Shorthand Writer - - - - - - - - 200 10 250 250 245 1 l Military Clerk (Warrant Officer) Shorthaud Writer to Secretary of State - - - - - - - - - - - -t 175 173 PRIVATE SECRETARIES : l l Principal Private Secretary to Secretary of State. 800 - 800 800 800 Allowances to other Private Secretaries: f. To Secretary of State - - - - one at 100 || - - - - - - 100 | To other Members of the Army Council (e) six at 100 | . - - - - - 500 100 To Secretary of the War Office - - - one at 100 || - - - - - - o 150 § OTHER ALLOWANCES : For Fo and Quarterly Army Lists, £150 | For Editing War Office List, €30 " . . . . 'T. To two Resident Clerks, £100 - - - - - - - - - - - 380 280 To Clerk to Commissioners of Income Duty, £100 (g) 110 110 | Carried forward - £. Tsi, To 49,300

(g) locludes Pay of four Clerks and allowances of five Clerks employed in other Departments as Priva - (b) These rates include all emoluments with the exception of }. for W. Rewards for footer of Council. (c) Includes one Principal of the old establishment, who rises from 700l., by 25l. annually, to 900l. (d) Includes 240s, for a military officer (employed as a private secretary in lieu of one of these clerks) (e) Qne of the Private Secretaries is a Retired Officer Clerk (Class A.), who receives no extra pay. y (f) The present holder retains his right to the allowance of 150l. per annum. (g) Previously provided under Department of Finance Member.

formerly provided in Vote 1.

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