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ABSTRACT OF ARMY ESTIMATES, 1907-08
NUMBER OF MEN ON THE HOME AND COLONIAL ESTABLISHMENTS OF THE ARMY, EXCLUSIVE
II. ORDINARY EFFECTIVE SERVICES:
PAY, &c. OF THE ARMY
MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT: PAY, &c.
MILITIA PAY, BOUNTY, &c.
IMPERIAL YEOMANRY: PAY AND ALLOWANCES
QUARTERINGS, TRANSPORT, AND REMOUNTS
ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT ESTABLISHMENTS AND GENERAL STORES (ORDINARY SERVICES)
WORKS AND BUILDINGS
ESTABLISHMENTS FOR MILITARY EDUCATION
MISCELLANEOUS EFFECTIVE SERVICES
WAR OFFICE AND ARMY ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT
TOTAL ORDINARY EFFECTIVE SERVICES
NON-EFFECTIVE CHARGES FOR OFFICERS, &c.
CIVIL SUPERANNUATION COMPENSATION, AND COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES
GENERAL STORES (HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C.) 9 GUNS, CARRIAGES, AMMUNITION, &C.
TOTAL NON-EFFECTIVE SERVICES
TOTAL ORDINARY SERVICES
IV. EXTRAORDINARY SERVICES.
Re-armament of Horse and Field Artillery.
TOTAL EXTRAORDINARY SERVICES
GRAND TOTAL: ORDINARY AND EXTRAORDINARY SERVICES
REPAYMENTS BY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA INCLUDED AS APPROPRIATIONS IN AID
To meet the Expenditure for Raising and Training Recruits for India
Deduct,-CONTRIBUTION FROM ARMY FUNDS TOWARDS COST OF GARRI
SON OF ADEN AND SEA TRANSPORT
(a) In consequence of a transfer between Army and Civil Service Estimates, in respect of the cost of construction and maintenance of administrative telegraphs and telephones, the Army Estimates are more by 3,600/. than they would otherwise have been, the Votes affected being 9 and 10. 8,750l. was provided for these services in Civil Service Estimates, 1906-07.
R. B. HALDANE.
T. R. BUCHANAN.
W. G. NICHOLSON, Q.M.G.
N. G. LYTTELTON, C.G.S.
E. W. D. WARD, Secretary.
10 other Estimates.]
STATEMENT showing the Total Estimated EXPENDITURE for the ARMY, including Amounts provided for in the CIVIL SERVICE and REVENUE DEPARTMENT ESTIMATES.
Estimated Expenditure (after deducting Appropriations in Aid)
CIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES: (a)
Estimated Expenditure under
Class I. Vote 9.-Public Buildings, Great Britain:
Rents, Insurance, Tithes, &c.
Class II Vote 14.-Exchequer and Audit Department (Cost of
Audit, including Cash, Store, and Manufac-
Maintenance, Caretaking, &c.
Fuel, Gas, Water, &c.
14.-Public Works and Buildings, Ireland
Maintenance and Supplies, &c.
Furniture, Fittings, &c.
Fuel, Light, Water, &c.
Analysis of Food, &c.
23. Stationery and Printing
1.-Law Charges, England
11.--Law Charges and Courts of Law, Scotland
21.- Prisons, Ireland
1.-Superannuations, &c. (Sub-Head E.)
- £. 28,211,571 30,282,098
(a) Provision is also made in the Estimate for Osborne (Class 1. Vote 2) for expenditure in connection with the treatment of invalid officers of the Army in the Convalescent Home at Osborne.
NUMBER OF OFFICERS AND MEN ON THE REGIMENTAL ESTABLISHMENTS OF THE ARMY, ARMY RESERVE, AND AUXILIARY FORCES.
(a) Including 116 miscellaneous Troops in North China.
(b) Excluding members of the Railway Reserve, Post Office Corps and Telegraph Reserve, who are attached to Volunteer Corps, but are included above under Army Reserve.
(a) Including 2 Medical Officers of the Royal Malta Artillery.
(b) These are numbers required to cover temporary and occasional excess of establishment in all aims.
ded under Infantry.
(c) Including Permanent Staff of Channel Islands and Colonial Militia.
(d) The 5 Officers are included in Establishment of Royal Engineers.
(e) The 22 Adjutants are included in the Establishment of Royal Engineers.
In 1906-7 they were inclu
(f) There are in addition 27 War: ant Officers and 63 Non-Commissioned Officers employed at the War Office included in the Establishments of "Regiments."
(9) Now replaced by ex soldiers.