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DETAILS of MISCELLANEOUS ADVANCES repayable from the
Vote for “ Repayments to the Civil Contingencies Fund” in Class VI. of the Civil Service Estimates (Head No. 5 on page 2):
£ S. d.
and Docket conferring Baronetcy
301 16 On Royal Warrant, Letters Patent and
Docket conferring Viscounty, on
401 4 On Royal Warrant empowering H.R.H.
Prince Arthur of Connaught to
10 On Royal Warrants empowering Viceroy
of India to confer honour of
1 10 On Royal Warrant authorising H.R.H.
Duke of Connaught to invest
- 10 On Royal Warrant amending a Statute of the Order of St. Patrick
- 10 On Warrants, Letters Patent and
Docket conferring Knighthood on
550 6 On Warrants granting leave of
absence to the Lord Lieutenant of
2 On Warrant and Docket presenting
Rev. C. M. Wilson to Vicarage of
- 12 On Letters Patent and Docket relative to Colonial Governments
2 8 On 4 Warrants appointing Royal Commissions and Commissioners
to Inns of Court, etc., and on
1,613 11 11 On Faculty conferring degrees on Two
Clergymen resident abroad (one-
Forces to the Honorary Freedom
1,382 5 On Armenian Government Treasury
Bills, deposited in respect of certain
5,147 7 2
4,781 - 6
2,653 18 3
293 2 4
trars and Diocesan Registrars in
and Sailors' Marriage Licences Equipage Allowance to His Excellency
Viscount FitzAlan of Derwent on
Bt., on appointment Lord
Chancellor of Ireland
Whitley, M.P., as Speaker of the
House of Commons...
delayed claims under the scheme for
Services. Vote 12
wards the initial expenses of the
conditions in Europe
Fund to make good deficit of Fees,
31 March, 1921
that could not be paid in 1920/21
East Ham Borough Council
London County Council
in connection with the conveyance
of Airship R. 38
in respect of the removal of certain
duty paid watches to the Isle of Man Government share of Expense in con
nection with the extension of time
Class I, No. 18
of Dominion High Commissioners
respect of Advances to the German
II, AN ACCOUNT showing the DISTRIBUTION of the CAPITAL of
the Fund at the commencement and close of the Year ended 31 March, 1922,
Note: The sum of £23,050,000 was written off the Assets of the Civil Contingencies Fund and the Capital of the Fund was permanently increased from £300,000 to £1,500,000, under Sect. 52 of the Finance Act, 1921 (11 and 12 Geo. V. c. 32.)
0. E. NIEMEYER,
30 September, 1922.
17th October, 1922.
I am directed by the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury to transmit herewith the Annual Account of the Civil Contingencies Fund for the year 1921–22 and to request that it may be examined in the usual manner.
B. P. BLACKETT.
(Sgd.) The Comptroller and Auditor-General.
EXCHEQUER AND AUDIT DEPARTMENT,
Victoria Embankment, E.C.4.
6th March, 1923. SIR,
I Am directed by the Comptroller and Auditor-General to return the Account of the Civil Contingencies Fund for the year 1921-22, which was transmitted with Sir B. P. Blackett's letter of 17th October, 1922 (F. 2039), and, I am to state, for the information of the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, that it has been examined as requested and found correct.
(Sgd.) T. B. PEARSON.
(41677) Wt 32128-2290 750 4/23 H. St. G. 17