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Ch. 46.

Appropriation Act, 1896.

59 & 60 Vict.

Part 6.

SCHEDULE (B.)— Part 6.



Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the Army Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March 1897; viz.:—

Sums not Exceeding
in Aid
No. £ £
1. For the pay, alloivances, and other charges of Her Majesty's Army at home and abroad (exclusive of India), and of the general staff, regiments, and reserve (to a number not exceeding 80,000), and departments 5,862,500 1,174,000
2. For the medical establishments and cost of medicines 294,800 1,300
3. For the pay and allowances (exclusive of supplies, clothing, &c.) of the militia (to a number not exceeding 135,355, including 30,000 militia reserve) 548,00 13,000
4. For the pay and miscellaneous charges of the yeomanry cavalry 73,000 10
5. For capitation grants and miscellaneous charges of volunteer corps, including pay, &c., of the permanent staff 624,500 500
6. For the expense of transport and remounts 660,200 22,000
7. For provisions, forage, and other supplies 2,519,900 37,300
8. For clothing establishments and services 858,600 389,900
9. For the supply and repair of warlike and other stores 2,133,000 303,000
10. For the Boyal Engineer superintending staff, and expenditure for Royal Engineer works, buildings, and repairs at home and abroad (including purchases) 1,007,700 59,400
11. For establishments for military education 119,900 56,400
12. For miscellaneous effective services 51,400 6,800
13. For the salaries and miscellaneous charges of the War Office 253,500 50
14. For retired pay, half-pay, and other non-effective charges for officers and othen 1,517,200 349,127
15. For Chelsea and Kilmainham hospitals, and the in-pensioners thereof, for out-pensions, for the maintenance of lunatics for whom pensions are not drawn, and for gratuities awarded in commutation and in lieu of pensions, for rewards for meritorious services, for Victoria Cross pensions, and fur pensions to the widows and children of warrant officers, exclusive of charges on India 1,357,800 471,220
16. For superannuation, compensation, and compassionate allowances, and gratuities 172,800 171
Total Army Services £ 18,054,800 2,884,178