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CLASS IV. continued.
QUEEN'S COLLEGES, IRELAND.
REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR GENERAL.
1. The Grant and Expenditure are equal, a surplus under Sub-Head D. (Remuneration Net Grant to Professors, &c.) being balanced by a deficiency under Sub-Head .E (Student's Fees), Expenditure these two Sub-Heads being mutually dependent.
2. Annexed are Abstract Accounts of the Income and Expenditure of the three College Colleges, which have been examined in my Department in detail and found correct. Accounts.
John A. Kempe,
(A.) (B.) (C.)
VOTE 13.-QUEEN'S COLLEGES, IRELAND-continued.
QUEEN'S COLLEGE, BELFAST.
ACCOUNT of CASH RECEIPTS and PAYMENTS of the President and Bursar of QUEEN'S COLLEGE, BELFAST, for the year ending 31 March 1906.
VOTE 13-QUEEN'S COLLEGES, IRELAND-continued.
QUEEN'S COLLEGE, CORK.
ANNUAL ACCOUNT of CASH RECEIPTS and PAYMENTS of the President and Bursar of the QUEEN'S COLLEGE, CORK.
VOTE 14-QUEEN'S COLLEGES, IRELAND-continued.
QUEEN'S COLLEGE, GALWAY.
ACCOUNT of CASH RECEIPTS and PAYMENTS of the President, Deputy-President and Bursar of
THE subjoined Summary compares the Gross Expenditure for the Services in Class IV. with the Gross Grants for the Year 1905-6; and also shows the variation between the Sumns Estimated and Realised as Appropriations in Aid, together with other Extra Receipts, payable to the Exchequer.
Expenditure, compared with Grant.
More than Estimated.
Less than Estimated.
Amount to be Surrendered.