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RAILWAYS (IRELAND) ACT, 1896, 59 & 60 Vict. c. 34, and MARINE WORKS (IRELAND) ACT, 1902,
2 Ed. 7. c. 24.
STATEMENT of Money issued and expended by the Board of Works, Ireland, the mode in which it was provided, and the purposes for which it was expended for the period ended 31st March 1906.
CLASS I. continued.
VOTE 15.-RAILWAYS, IRELAND-continued.
RAILWAYS (IRELAND) ACT 1896, 59 & 60 Vict. c. 34, and Marine Works (Ireland) Act, 1902, 2 Ed. 7 c. 24-contd. (2.) Money expended, and the purposes for which expended.
The difference between the Treasury contribution and the total estimated cost is made up by the sum of 5,2127. proceeds of the issue of 5,000l. Baronial Stock, which has been received in the Office of Public Works.
The difference between the Treasury contribution and the total estimated cost is made up by the sum of 5,2977. 10s. proceeds of the issue of 5,000l. Baronial Stock, and a contribution by the working company, viz., The Londonderry and Lough Swilly Railway Company, limited to a maximum sum of 15,000.
These services have terminated.
§ Certain counties passed presentments in favour of the Contractors, amounting to 1,700l. per annum for seven years, subject to certain conditions.
In addition, sums amounting to 2,0067. 17s. 7d. were paid out of the Votes for Public Works Office, Law Charges and Stationery.
To cover a period of seven years.
$$The difference between the Treasury contribution and the total estimated cost will be met by contributions from the Congested Districts Board in each case, except Liscannor and Kinvarra, the contributions in those instances being made by the Department of Agriculture and Galway County Council respectively. Small local contributions are applicable for Gortnasate and Portnoo.
49 15 8 64 9 2 164 14 2
1,278 16 2
482,672 19 10
(3.) Funds made available by Section 4 of the Railways (Ireland) Act, 1896, and Sec. 9 of The Marine Works (Ireland) Act, 1902
Amount issued to the Board of Works by the Commissioners for the Reduction of the
Amount remaining to be issued
Note. The receipts from the Coach and Steamer Services, etc., to 31st March 1906 amounted to 11,669l. 8s. 4d.
Office of Public Works, Dublin, }
28 November 1906.
D. T. Jones,
THE subjoined Summary compares the Gross Expenditure for the Services in Class I. with the Gross Grants for the Year 1905-6; and also shows the variation between the Suins Estimated and Realised as Appropriations in Aid, together with other Extra Receipts, payable to the Exchequer.
CIVIL SERVICE ACCOUNTS,
SALARIES AND EXPENSES OF CIVIL DEPARTMENTS.
REPORTS of the Comptroller and Auditor General on the APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS of the SUPPLY GRANTS included in the CIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES, CLASS II., for the Year ended the 31st of March 1906; prepared and submitted for the Information of the House of Commons, in pursuance of the 22nd and 32nd Sections of the Act 29 & 30 Vict. c. 39.