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1 & 2 V. c. 118 s. 17. McQuaker, John

Late Judge's Clerk Stewart, Thomas

Ditto Fergus, James A.

Ditto pSutherland, James

Ditto (140l. p.a. from 816 March 1922 to 3rd Jnly 1922.) Hamptoi, James

Ditto (801. p.a. from 1st April 1921.) Scott, James

Ditto (1001. p.a. from 4th July 1922.) Grey, John, Ogilvie ·

Ditto (201. p.a. from 18th November 1922.) Saunders, James Swain

Late Judge's Clerk and

Keeper of the Rolls of the

Court of Session Bo:1, William

Ditto Foster, Allan

Ditto Blackstock, Jas., F.

Ditto (1661. 138. 4d. p.a. from 19th October 1922.) Smith, William

Late Clerk to Lord Justice

Clerk and Keeper of the
Rolls of the Court of Session

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PENSIONS for JUDICIAL SERVICES, IRELAND :

40 G. 3.c. 69. (Irish). Kight Hon. Baron Shandon, late Lord Chancellor Right Hon. Baron Glenavy

Ditto

3,692 6
3,692 6

13 Geo. V. c. 2. *Right Hon. Sir John Ross

Ditto (4,0001. p.a, from 6th December 1922.)

336 19 2

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40 & 41 V. c. 57.
Right Hon. W. D. Andrews, late Justice, King's Bench Division
Right Hon. R. R. Cherry, late Lord Chief Justice
Right Hon. Sir D. P. Barton, Bt., late Justice, King's Bench Division
Right Hon. D. H. Madden, late Justice, King's Bench Division
Right Hon. J. G. Gibson, late Justice, King's Bench Division

2,333 6 8
3,333 6 8
2,333 6 8
2,333 6 8
2,333 6 8

40 & 41 V. c. 57, 44 & 45 V. c. 49. Right Hon. James Owens Wylie, late Judicial Commissioner, Irish

Land Commission

2,333 6 8

21 & 22 V. c. 88 and 40 & 41 V, c. 56. ll Craig, Sir J. W., K.C., late Recorder of Belfast and Chairman of

Antrim || Moore, Joseph H., late Chairman of Tipperary

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Carried forward

£

280,003 12 9

+ Also received 6611. 188. from the Vote for Law Charges, &c., Scotland, for salary as Deputo Clerk of Session Clerk to the Valuation Judges.

Also received 691. ('8. 5d. from th» Vote for Law Charges, &c., Scotland, for salary as Clerk to Advocates Depute. Also received 3211. 58. 3d, from the Vote for Law Charges, &c., Scotland, for salary as Clerk in Justiciary Ollice.

Also received additional pension from Vote for Superannuation, &c. • Re-appointed Judge's clerk, and pension suspended from 4th July 1922.

See also page 59. I 20134

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*Retired Allowances, &c., to Members of the Household of Her

late Majesty Queen Victoria under 1 Edw. VII. c. 4 SRetired Allowances, &c., to Members of the Household of His late

Majesty King Edward VII. under 10 Edw. VII. and i Geo. V. c. 28

15,313 12 8

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(Issues under section 12 (3) of the School Teachers (Superannuation)

Act, 1918, for deferred annnities, England

40,389 9 4

TOTAL AMOUNT Issued for ANNUITIES and PENSJONS

£

366,456 19

One annuitant also received retired pay from Army Funds. + Two annuitants also received Widows' Pensions from Army Punds. One annuitant also received a retired allowance from the superannuation Vote.

Two annuitants also received retired pay from Army Funds, one an allowance from the India Office, and one received salary from the House of Lords.

|| Three annuitants also received Widows' Pensions from Ariny Fuods, one received a Widows' Pension from Navy Funds, one received an allowance from the Ministry of Agriculture, and one received an allowance from the India Office.

Deferred annuities, Scotland, were paid from the Vote for Public Education, Scotland, Class IV., Vote 11.

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SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES.

DETAILED STATEMENT of the Amount Issued from the Exchequer, in the Year

ended 31st March 1923, for Payment of SALARIES and ALLOWANCES charged on the CONSOLIDATED FUND.

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Sir Malcolm G. Ramsay, K.C.B., Comptroller and Auditor General
IR. F. Wilkins, C.B., Assistant Comptroller and Auditor (to

31st March 1922)

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* The Ministers of Queensferry and Lerwick also received other small allowances, vide page 51.
1 Also received Bonus from Vote for Exchequier and Audit Department.

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2 & 3 W. 4. c. 116.
Salaries formerly charged on the Hereditary Revenues of Scotland,
viz. :
The High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church

of Scotland
The General Assembly, Church of Scotland, for Itinerant

Preachers
*The Procurator, for Salaries of Officers, Church of Scotland
Six Trumpeters
Hereditary Keeper, and Deputy Keeper, Holyrood House
Secretary of the Order of the Thistle

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CHARGES TRANSFERRED FROM THE LAND REVENUES OF THE

CROWN.

29 & 30 V. c. 62.

To whom Granted and County, &c. on which first Charged.

ENGLAND AND WALES

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Cambridge, University of
Cambridge, University of, for a Preacher -
Cambridge, University of, for a Professor of Divinity
Cambridge, University of, for a Professor of Law
Cambridge, University of, for a Professor of Physic
Cambridge, Emmanuel College -
Cambridge, Master and Fellows of Gonville Hall and

Caius College
Cambridge, Master and Fellows of Trinity College
D'Auverquerque, Henry de Nassau, Lord.
Eton, Provost and Fellows cf College
Fillingharne, otherwise Langharne, Rent Resolute out

of the Castle of .
Furness, Lord of the Liberty of
Oxford, Cniversity of, for a Preacher
Oxford, University of, for a Professor of Divinity
Oxford, University of, for a Professor of Law
Oxford, Cniversity of, for a Professor of Physic
Oxford, Dean and Chapter of Christ Church
Oxford, The Poor Scholars of
Warren, Thomas, Heirs and Assigns of

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The Procurator also received 1881. 6s. 4d. from the Vote for Law Charges, &c., Scotland, for salary to 7th July 1922 as Advocato Depute.

+ Three of these Trumpetors received pensions from Army Funds.

I'The charges originally transferred from the Land Revenues are set forth in Parliamentary Paper No. 157, of 1806, but many have been commuted.

$ This salary will cease with the present holder. The Secretary is also a Pursuivant, for which he receives a salary of 161. 138. td. a year from the Vote for Miscellaneous Expenses.

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2 & 3 W. 4, c. 116. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, Viscount FitzAlan of Derwent

(to 5th December 1922.)

18,315 4 4

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Allowances to Sundry Persons, viz. :-

The Lord Mayor and Citizens of Dublin (to 5th October 1922)
Marquis of Downshire, for Rent of Ground near Carrickfergus
The Under Librarian at Marsh'x Library, St. Patrick's Dublin
(10 5th July 1922)

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TOTAL AMOUNT issued for SALARIES and ALLOWANCES

£

53,974 3 9

• Is also in receipt of 991. 68. 6d. under the Subhead “Scotch Clergy," on page 49.
† Ditto •
901. 168. 4d.
ditto

ditto,

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