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VOTE 15.—Detail of the Charge for Allowances as Rewards to Warrant Officers, &c.corttd.

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ARMY SERVICE CORPS.

Army Service Corps, Serjeant-Major Thomas Ryan - • „ „ „ Staff Serjeant William Colcutt

„ „ „ Staff Serjeant Michael Dodd

n „ „ Staff Quartermaster-Serjeant John Victor GUligan

„ „ „ Staff Serjeant John Btglow

„ ,, „ Staff Serjeant-Major James Montgomery

u „ „ „ „ „ Patrick Cowan •

ii ii n ii » » Henry Vine

,i „ „ „ „ „ Alexander Graham

., „ „ Regimental Serjeant-Major Frank Brown

„ „ * „ » n William Bolfe

„ „ „ Staff Serjeant James Popklss

„ „ „ H „ James Morrison ...

„ „ „ „ „ John Cole ....

2nd Class Staff Serjeant T. Pyke

„ „ „ Serjeant F. Banks

Late Military Train, Serjeant-Major Robert Elliott

„ Troop Serjeant-Major George McEIroy

(Also in receipt of reward of U. from " Cavalry" Appropriation, p. 203.)

Total for Army Service Corps

ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS.

Royal Army Medical Corps, Staff Serjeant Patrick Mulcahy ,, „ „ Staff Serjeant William Cotton

„ „ .. Serjeant-Major Joseph Genese

„ „ „ „ „ Charlea Godfree •

„ „ „ „ „ Ebenezer Wlllson

„ ,, „ „ „ John Bell

„ „ „ n „ Edward Frost

Robertson

„ „ „ Staff-Sorleant John Benjamin Cemery

„ „ „ Staff Serjeant George Fowler

„ „ „ Serjeant-Major William Edward Miluer

„ „ „ Staff -Serjeant James Kenny

Total for Royal Army Mkdical Corps - -

Carried forward - • • £.

10 10 10 10

10 10 10 10 10 10

10

10

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10 10 10 10

10

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10 10

10 10

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10 10 10

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10 10 10 10

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„ - „ Robert Turner

r. v •• .• i: unappropriated on the 31st December, 1900

TOTAL for ROYAL ARTILLER Y - -

Carried forward

£.

7,415

« Serving with Regiment. (In cases in which the recipients are serving in India the annuities are chargeable against Indian Revenues).

VOTE 15.—Detail of the Charge for Allowances as Rewards to Warrant Officers, Sx.—contd.

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VOTE 16.

Detail of the Charge for Allowances to Warrant Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, and Men, upon whom the distinction of the VICTORIA CROSS has been conferred (Subhead H).

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• Serving with Regiment. (In cases in which the recipients are serving in India, the annuities are chargeable against Indian Bevenuei.)

APPENDIX 18.

ANNUAL PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF REGIMENTAL AND DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS SERVING AT HOME.

STAFF OFFICERS serving at home stations draw consolidated rates of pay, covering allowances. These rates are shewn in Appendix 1 pages 128-129.

Forage Allowance.—Forage allowance is governed by the average contract rates obtaining in the several military districts, plus 20 per cent, to meet the additional cost'of buying retail. In these tables the calculation is made at l.v. 6d. a ration.

Stabling Allowance.—Stable allowance is granted at the rate of 9d. for the first horse, and 6rf. per horse aft-er the first

Fuel and Light Allowance.—The rate of allowance for fuel and light varies with the season of the year and the number of rooms to which the Officer may be entitled.

It is assumed that lodging money represents the value of barrack accommodation.

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(a) Mess allowance is issued per troop, but when granted personally is 62. a year.

(6) Quartermasters receive quinquennial increases of pay of Is. 6d. a day, up to a maximum of 16s. 6rf. a day, after 20 years' commissioned service.

(e) Riding Masters receive quinquennial increases of pay of Is. 6d. a day, up to the maximum of 16*. 6rf. a day, after 20 years' comraia cloned service.

(d) The rate here assumed, 33f. 10s. a horse, is approximately the cost of a charger foraged in kind and stabled in a Government building. If, however, the money allowances in lieu of stabling and forage are issued, the cost is 47f. 10s. for the first charger and 43i. for the second, a proportionate allowance being made for replacements.

Nott.—Officers, are, as a general rule, allowed a soldier servant ; and Mounted Officers are allowed two soldier servanto.
It is amumed that lodging money represents the value of barrack accommodation.

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