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J.-RENTS AND WATER SUPPLY OF CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENTS:
K. -CONTRACTS FOR MAKING CLOTHING:
(a) With quarters in addition.
(b) Personal to present holder.
(c) With quarters and 18. 8d. per diem in addition chargeable to Sub-Head Q., "Wages-Factory."
Vote 7.-SUPPLIES AND CLOTHING-continued.
L.--MATERIALS OBTAINED BY CONTRACT TO BE MADE INTO CLOTHING AND FOR
Deduct, -Value of Materials to be issued to the Factory (see Sub-Head R.)
Packing Materials for Clothing
M.-MANUFACTURED ARTICLES OF CLOTHING, &c., BOUGHT READY-MADE:
N.-COMPENSATION AND MONEY ALLOWANCES IN LIEU OF CLOTHING:
Amount to be paid to Soldiers for Compensation in lieu of Clothing, Kits, &c.
0.--MACHINERY, TOOLS, FURNITURE, AND MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES OF CLOTHING
R.-VALUE OF MATERIALS OBTAINED FROM STORE (see Sub-Head L.)
(a) Sub-Heads Q. to T. contain only such items of expenditure and receipt as are exclusively referable to the Clothing Factory. But the productions of the Factory are also charged, in the annual Manufacturing Accounts, with a portion of the expenditure included under Sub-Heads C., J. and O, and also for Buildings, Police, &c., included in other Army Votes.
The amounts under Sub-Heads C., H., J., O., provide also for services performed for
To defray establishment expenses a percentage is charged on clothing issued on payment or inspected.
APPROXIMATE ANNUAL COST of CLOTHING per MAN, REGULAR FORCES, serving at HOME, and COST of CLOTHING & RECRUIT.
(a) These rates (which are based on the current Army Order Price Lists) include, in addition to the average annual cost of the clothing, a proportion of the cost of the extra clothing and kit of necessaries issued free on enlistment.
5 10 10
6 15 11 6 15
12 1 7 11 5
5 15 10
4 14 11
14 19 11
11 5 8
ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT ESTABLISHMENTS AND GENERAL STORES.
I. AN ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908, to defray the Expense of the ORDNANCE. DEPARTMENT ESTABLISHMENTS and of GENERAL STORES.
(a) Includes 1,7007. for regimental provision of Miscellaneous Stores, etc., now provided under Vote 1, Subhead D.
Vote 8.--ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT ESTABLISHMENTS AND GENERAL STORES-continued.
DETAILS of the foregoing.
Clerks, Writers, and other Subordinates, including Military parties and Soldier Clerks. (For details see Appendix No. 10, p. 199.)
Wages, &c., of Metropolitan and other Police employed at Ordnance
C.-BARRACK, HOSPITAL, AND PRISON STORES, including Furniture to the value of 1,000. supplied to Barrack Rooms for the use of the Army Temperance Association
Harness and Saddlery
E. MISCELLANEOUS STORES AND SERVICES
Miscellaneous Stores, Salvage, and Hydraulic and Steam power, Royal
Repayment by the Admiralty, for Inspection, Storekeeping, Police, &c. - 20,000
(a) The Pay of Military Officers, Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Men employed on the Inspection of General Stores is provided under Vote 1, Sub-head C.
(b) The Stores here referred to include Clothing (except at Pimlico), and Stores supplied under Vote 9. (e) Includes 1,7001. for regimental provision of Miscellaneous Stores, etc., now provided under Vote 1, Sub-head D. (d) Including Stores supplied under Vote 9.