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EXCLUSIVE OF INDIA-continued.
and Corps are given in Appendices, No. 2 and 2A, pages 132 to 160).
(a) Exclusive of 15 Officers employed on the General Staff and at the War Office. (b) Estimated number to provide I horse for each Officer on mounted duty.
(c) Includes 2 Medical Officers.
(d) Including a Bombardier Trumpeter.
(e) Estimated number to provide l horse for mounted Officers, except in West Africa.
Numbers required to cover temporary and occasional excess of Establishment in all Arms.
DISTRIBUTION of REGIMENTAL ESTABLISHMENTS (INCLUDING PERMANENT STAFF OF AUXILIARY FORCES).
24 of Regimental Force.]
Number of Regiments.
Number of Batteries
Gar- Ranks. rison.
Number of Units.
Ranks. of Battalions.
All Ranks. Artillery
All Ranks. Engineers.
ARMY ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT.
(a) Includes European portion of the non-European Companies. (b) Includes 30 Subalterns under instruction for India. (c) Includes Staff of the Channel Islands Militia. Permanent Staff of Militia and Volunteers. (e) 1 Battalion West India Regiment, and West African Regiment. (f) 1 Battalion West India Regiment. (g) 3rd Battalion, Coldstream Guards. (i) These two units form part of the 84 Regular R. E. Companies. (j) Includes 8 Batteries of Mountain Artillery in India (1,186 all ranks). (k) Exclusive of " Additional numbers" (see p. 23).
(h) Native Indian Regiments.
PAY, &c. OF THE ARMY.
I. 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 ARMY.
Nine Million Eight Hundred and Thirty-five Thousand Pounds.
S.-PAY, &c. OF ESTABLISHMENTS OF MILITARY PRISONS
T.-REWARDS, &c. FOR APPREHENSION OF DESERTERS, &c.
U.-WAGES OF CIVILIANS ATTACHED TO UNITS, &c. .
W.-EXPENSES OF NATIVE INDIAN TROOPS
X.-GRATUITIES TO THE TROOPS FOR ACTIVE SERVICE
Y. MISCELLANEOUS AND UNFORESEEN CHARGES
VOTE 1.-PAY, &c. OF THE ARMY-continued.
TOTAL GROSS ESTIMATE
(b) Includes 1,7001. for regimental provision of Miscellaneous Stores, &c., formerly provided under Vote 8, Subhead C.
(c) Includes 10%. for Jumps for Cavalry School formerly provided in Vote 10, Subhead T.
(d) Includes 1,500l. for staff of Balloon Factory, &c., formerly provided in Vote 10, Subhead G.
(e) Includes 2467. for 1 Chaplain, now provided in Vote 11, Subhead A.
(f) Includes 800l. for Inspector of Military Prisons and Detention Barracks now provided in Vote 13, Subhead A.
DETAILS of the Charges under the foregoing Heads.
A.-PAY, &c., OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INSPECTOR-GENERAL OF THE FORCES:
Rates of Pay.
Net. Decrease £. 385,000.
(a) Includes 14,0747. for pay of certain officers and men, now provided in Vote 9, Subhead D; Vote 11, Subheads A and C ; and Vote 13, Subhead A.
Inspector-General of the Forces
Assistant Military Secretary
1907-08. 1906-07. INCREASE. DECREASE.
27,800 () 30,700
Inspector of Cavalry
Inspector of Royal Horse and Field Artillery -
Staff Captain to Inspector of Garrison Artillery
Inspector of Equipment and Ordnance Stores
Inspector of Army Service Corps
Inspector of Medical Services
Military Clerks (2 Warrant Officers and 1 2nd Corporal)
Ex-Soldier Clerks (Class B.)
Messing and Kit Allowances and Service Pay of serving Soldiers
21. 58. a day, and allowance as Colonel, R.A.M.C.
4s. 6d. to 68.
(a) Consolidated rates, inclusive of all emoluments, except Pensions for Wounds and Rewards for Distinguished Service. (b) Inclusive of servant allowance at 1s. a day. (c) Personal to present holders. (d) Formerly provided under Vote 1, Subhead C.