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(a) Mess allowance is issued per Battery, but when granted personally is W. a year.

(A) In certain districts Lieutenant Colonels receive Command Pay at the rate of 5*. a day.

(c) Quartermasters and Riding Masters receive quinquennial increases of pay of 1*. 6U a day up to a maximum pay of 16*. 6d a dav *tter 20 years commissioned service. i .».»,- u»y

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

A'ote.— Officers are, as a general rule, allowed a soldier servant; and Mounted Officers are allowed two soldier servants.
It is assumed that lodging money represents the value of barrack accommodation.

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Pay And Allowances Of Royal Artillery Officers At Home
(field Artillery).

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(a) Mess allowance Is Issued per Buttery, but when granted personally Ix 61. a year.

(&) In certain districts Lieutenant Colonels receive command pay at rate of fix. a day.

(e) Quartermasters receive quinquennial Increases of pay of 1«. •></. a day up to a maximum pay of 15*. &'. after 20 years' commissioned service.

(d) Riding Masters receive quinquennial Increases of pay of 1«. (»/. a day up to a maximum pay of 16». M. a day after 20 years' commiMioned service.

(••) The rate here assumed, 331. 10«. 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 472. UK for the Hnt charger, and 432. for the second, a proportionate allowance being made for replacement!.

Note.—Offlcen are, as a general rule, allowed a soldier servant; and Mounted Officers are allowed two soldier servants.
It is assumed Unit lodging money represents the value of barrack accommodation.

Pay And Allowances Of Royal Artillery Officers At Home
(garrison Artillery).

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(a) Mess allowance is Issued per Company, but when granted personally is W. a year.
(7.) In certain districts Lieutenant Colonels receive command pay at the rate of 5*. a day.

(e) Armament pay is not issued to Second Lieutenant* until they have obtained a certificate of proficiency In Garrison Artillery duties.
(ii) Quartermasters receive quinquennial Increases of pay of 1». ed. a day up to a maximum pay of l&i. («'. after 20 yean' commissioned service.
(e) The rate here assumed, :i:i/. 10«. a horse. Is approximately the cost of a charger foraged In kind and stabled in a Oovemment building. If, however,
the money allowances In lieu of stabling and forage are Issued the cost U 472. 10«. for the first charger and tsl. for the second, a proportionate allowance
being made for replacements.

A'ofe.—Offlcen are, as a general rule, allowed a soldier sen-ant; and Mounted Offlcen an allowed two soldier sernnU.

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

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(a) All Royal Engineer Officers whose dutlei require them to keep a horse are allowed the use of a public hone, coating about 332. 10». per annum.

(b) At certain stations Lieutenant Colonels receive Command Pay at the rate of 6». a day.

(c) Quartermasten receive quinquennial increases of pay of 1«. M. a day up to a maximum of 15». i«l. a day after 20 yean' commissioned service.

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

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(a) Mess allowance is issued per Company, but when granted personally in 61. a year.

(b) Quarteimasters receive quinquennial increases of pay of Is. M. a day, up to a maximum pay of lii.v., after 20 yeaiV conunlsaioned service.

(t) The nte here assumed, 331. 10«. 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 Ml. 10s. for the first dmrgrr and 431. for the second, a proportionate allowance being made for replacements.

Xotc.—Officers are, an a general rule, allowed a soldier servant, and mounted officers are allowed two soldier sen-ante.
It is assumed that lodging money represents the value of barrack accommodation.

Pay And Allowances Of Officers Of The Army Service Corps At Home.

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(a) When the nature of an Officer's duty require! him to be mounted.

(6) r«. at certain stations.

(<) This total includes 411. 1*. Srf. for forage and stable allowances of one private hone.

dO The rate here assumed, :u'. lot. a horse, Is approximately the cost of a charger foraged in kind and stabled In a Government bulMing. If, however, the money allowances In lieu of stabling and forage are issued, the cost Is IT'. 10». for the first charger and tut. for the leeoud, a proportionHte allowance being made for replacements.

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

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(a) Officers in charge of hospitals, and in certain other positions of command, receive, in addition, charge pay varying

2s. 6rf. a day (45/. 12*. 6rf. a year) to 10s. a day (182/. 10«. -d. a year)
It is assumed that lodging money represents the value of barrack accommodation.

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Pay And Allowances Of Officers Of The .army Ordnance Department At Home.

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Pay And Allowances Of Officers Of The Army Pay Department At Home.

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In addition to the above, charge pay, varying from 2». (\<l. a day to 5s. a day, is issued to certain Staff Paymasters. Oflirera other than Chief Paymasters performing Treasury Chest duties abroad receive extra-duty pay at 3s. 6d. or 5s. a day.

(a) After 20 years' commissioned service, including 7 years as Paymaster.
It is assumed that lodging money represents the value of barrack accommodation.

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