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TOTAL for 56 56 58 232 248 290 480 58 58 55 58 290 58 58 232 232 58 58 1,218 232 116 928 232 464 1,450 20,41627,638 Regiments
(a) Including an extra Captain and an extra Subaltern per squadron in two double regiments, which however have only 1 Lieutenant-Colonel tach.
(b) Namely, 14 days' training, 2 marching days, and 2 squadron drills equivalent to 1 day. (c) Rate if the Officer is a Captain in the Army.
(d) 14 days' training and 2 marching days at a consolidated rate of 8s. 10d. a day and 350 days at 4s. 4d. e) 14 days' training and 2 marching days at a consolidated rate of 8s. 2d. a day and 350 days at 2s. 8d. (f) These numbers are variable, but their combined total is fixed at 290.
(g) Including officers' allowance at 10s.
(h) Including additional pay at Ed.
DETAIL OF THE REGIMENTAL ESTABLISHMENTS OF VOLUNTEER CORPS.
DETAIL of the ESTABLISHMENTS of VOLUNTEER CORPS, including the HONOURABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY, for the Year ending 31st March 1908.
(P. a.) Heavy Artillery Corps. (P. 1.) This Corps has one Heavy Battery. (P.2.) This Corps has two Heavy Batteries. (P. 3.) This Corps has three Heavy Batteries. (P. 4.) This Corps has four Heavy Batteries. (P. 5.) This Corps has five Heavy Batteries.
(Including additional Medical Officers, additional Acting Chaplains, and all boys enrolled as trumpeters, buglers, or bandsmen.
(e) In this Corps one Volunteer Officer acts as Assistant Adjutant.
This Corps has the personnel of five Batteries, but guns for four only.
(7) This Corps has the personnel of four Batteries, but guns for three only.
(h) This Corps is temporarily allowed a Lieutenant-Colonel, but the appointment will lapse on the retirement of the present holder; meanwhile the number of Supernumerary Second Lieutenants allowed will be one less.