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VOTE 11.-DETAIL of the ESTABLISHMENTS for MILITARY EDUCATION-continued.
Rewards to Officers and Non-commissioned Officers for proficiency in
MISCELLANEOUS EFFECTIVE SERVICES.
I. ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908, to defray the Expense of MISCELLANEOUS EFFECTIVE SERVICES.
Net Cost of Instruction of soldiers in civilian occupations, after deducting fees paid by them
C.-COMMISSION TO BANKERS:
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
Cost of Medals and incidental expenses in connection with the supply
Wages, &c. of Metropolitan and other Police employed at other than
Amounts placed at the disposal of the Secretary of State (5,0007.) and
H.-POSTAL AND TELEGRAPH EXPENSES
Miscellaneous Charges, including loss by exchange incidental expenses
K.-APPROPRIATIONS IN AID:
Miscellaneous Receipts, including amounts received to replace lost Medals,
(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.
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.
Also 3,0751. on account of pension of retired officers employed as clerks, whose pension is consolidated in their salaries.
VOTE 13.-WAR OFFICE AND ARMY ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT-continued.
(a) Includes pay of four Clerks and allowances of five Clerks employed in other Departments as Private Secretaries to Members of Council. (b) These rates include all emoluments with the exception of Pensions for Wounds and Rewards for Distinguished Service.
(c) Includes one Principal of the old establishment, who rises from 7007., by 257. annually, to 9007.
(d) Includes 2401. for a military officer (employed as a private secretary in lieu of one of these clerks), formerly provided in Vote 1.
(e) One of the Private Secretaries is a Retired Officer Clerk (Class A.), who receives no extra pay.
(f) The present holder retains his right to the allowance of 150l. per annum.
(g) Previously provided under Department of Finance Member.