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(a) Similar charges for the Militia are included in Vote 3, Subhead E.

(6) Includes 3,0001. for Colonial allowances of British officers, now provided in Vote 7, Subhead D.

Vote 2.

MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT: PAY, &c.

I. AN ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908, to defray the Expense of the Pay, &c., of the Medical Establishments and of Medicines, &c.

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(a) Includes 8]5l. for pay, &c., of staff employed at the War Office, now provided under Vote 13, Subhead A. (6) Includes 2,466/. for pay of staff for electric light, &c., in hospitals, now provided in Vote 10, Subhead G.

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(n) The total emoluments of officers serving at Home are shown in Appendix No. 18, page 223.

(6) Increased from 2/. to 21. 5s. from 9th January, 1907.

(t) These amounts are distributed among Commands in Appendix No. 4, pp. 162 to 165.

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Mess Allowance to Students at junior courses of Instruction ....

Fees to Lecturers at Civil Hospitals for Instruction in Post-Graduate course"; (11 at £50) - •-•-.../

Fees repaid to Students attending Hospitals for Operative Surgery

Fees for Hospital Practice (60 Officers at 101. 10s.) - - '- -•"

Fee to Veterinary Inspector of Metropolitan Slaughter Houses for Course o: 12 Lectures - - - - - - •.-.

Contingent Expenses ..---

Fees and other expenses incidental to examinations of Medical Students

£. E.—PAY OF CLERKS AND OTHER SUBORDINATES:

Pay of Clerks, and charge for Miscellaneous Labour (including Additional
Pay of Hospital Orderlies, &c., not belonging to the Royal Army
Medical Corps, for Army and Militia Services): also Training Grants
for members of the St. John Ambulance Brigade ---£,.

F.—COST OF MEDICINES AND INSTRUMENTS:

Cost of Medicines and Surgical Instruments (including Medicine* for
Militia), and of Artificial Limbs, Eyes and Teeth supplied to soldiers
still serving . - .

G.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID:

Amount to be received from the Government of India on account of
Medical Supplies and Men of the Royal Army Medical Corps on board
Indian Troopships - - -

Repayment by Admiralty for Medical Attendance on the Staff of the
Army Ordnance Department and subordinates engaged on Naval
Services at Bull Point -

Miscellaneous Receipts

£..

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(a) This amount is distributed among Commands in Appendix No. 4, pp. 162 to 165.

Votes,

Note.—In addition to the foregoing Vote for Medical Services, provision for similar expenditure is made in othei Bb, as follows:—Medical Staff of Native Indian Battalions at Colonial Stations, 4,1001. (Vote 1); Adjutants of Volunteer Royal Army Medical Corps, 1,2081. (Vote 5); Royal Army Clothing Department, 494/. (Vote 7); Royal Military Academy, 649^. Royal Military College, 1,348;. Staft College, Wl. Duke of York's Royal Military School, 763;. Royal Hibernian Military School, 270Z. (Vote 11); Medical Staff at Headquarters. 12.S41W. (Vote 13): Chelsea Hospital, 4,500;. and Kilmainham Hospital, 1,27<M. (Vote 15); Ordnance Factories, 4.440/. (O.F. Vote); amounting

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Vote 3.

MILITIA: PAY, BOUNTY, &c.

I. AN ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908, to defray the

Expense of the Pat, Bounty, &c. of the Militia.

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(a) Appendix N«. 5, on pp. 166 to 183, contains a full detail of the establishment for each corps, and of the rates of pay.

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