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CHIEF SECRETARY FOR IRELAND.
ACCOUNT of the Sum Expended, compared with the Sum Granted, to pay the Salaries and
Expenses of the Offices of the CHIEF SECRETARY in Dublin and LONDON, and of the Inspectors of Lunatic Asylums, in the Year ended 31st March 1906, showing the Surplus or Deficit upon each Sub-Head of the Vote.
EXPLANATION of the Causes of Variation between Expenditure and Grant.
A.—Saving caused by non-filling up of vacancy caused by transfer of a First Class Clerk, Lower Section, and in Shorthand Writing for Privy Council Office, less by payment for copying and overtime and gratuity to Librarian, Treasury letter of 18 April, 1905, No. 7073/05 in recognition of his extra work in compiling a catalogue of the Library, Chief Secretary's Office.
B.- The Travelling expenses in Ireland on official business of the Chief Secretary and his Private Secretary and the travelling expenses of the Under-Secretary exceeded the amount anticipated.
C.—The Expenditure upon newspapers and advertisements less than estimated for.
VOTE 33.-CHIEF SECRETARY FOR IRELAND—continued.
EXPLANATION of the Causes of Variation between Expenditure and Grant—continued.
1).--Expenditure for clerical assistance and for travelling expenses of Professional Assistant in connection with Asylum Buildings less than anticipated.
F.— The necessity for calling in Physicians with reference to special cases under the Act 5 & 6 Vic., c. 123, Sec. 39, did not arise within the year.
G.–Increase principally caused by increased number of Patients in Private Asylums.
The Surplus of 2101. 12s. 7d., shown on the Account of the Vote “Chief Secretary for Ireland,” for the year ended 31 March 1905, has been surrendered.
F. J. Cullinan,
A. P. MacDonnell, 20 November 1906. I
I certify that this Account has been examined under my directions, and is correct.
John A. Kempe,
Comptroller and Auditor General
CLASS II.- continued.
CHIEF SECRETARY FOR IRELAND.
Allowance. As allowances such as this are intended as compensation to Officers for the additional expense incurred when temporarily absent from their ordinary residence on duty, and not as remuneration, and as it appeared from the Accounts that the Officer in question, allowing for vacations, was continuously resident in London, I referred the matter to the Treasury for an expression of Their Lordships' views upon the point.
Considerable correspondence on the subject has passed between the Treasury and
In view of the fact that the matter has been put on a proper basis for the future, I do
£. d. Grant (Gross)
26.224 Expenditure (Gross)
26,140 9 1
£. 83 10 11
79 10 9
£. 163 1 8
John A. Kempe,
COPY OF LETTER REFERRED TO IN ABOVE REPORT.
15 January 1907.
The document, copy of which was forwarded in that letter, serves only to confirm
My Lords may reinind His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant that it is not by Them that the question has been raised but by the Comptroller and Auditor General on the examination of the Account of the Vote for your Department; and that, therefore, if the Comptroller and Auditor General reports the matter to the Public Accounts Committee it will be for the Accounting Officer to satisfy the Committee of the correctness of his charge.
With regard to the salary of Mr. Manders, My Lords think they would be justified in
He may also receive fees, as under existing arrangements, for work done for other De-
I am, etc.,
(Signed) G. H. MURRAY.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION, IRELAND.
ACCOUNT of the Sum Expended, compared with the Sum Granted, to pay the Salaries and Expenses
of the DEPARTMENT of AGRICULTURE and other INDUSTRIES and TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION for IRELAND, and of the Services administered by that Department, including Grants in Aid, in the Year ended 31st March 1906, showing the Surplus or Deficit upon each Sub-Head of the Vote.
VOTE 34.-DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION, IRELAND-continued.
EXPLANATION of the causes of variation between Expenditure and Grant.
A.—The saving was due to changes in the Staff during the year, new appointments being made at the initial rates of salary, and to the fact that the new (pensionable) scale of salary for Portal Veterinary Inspectors was not brought into operation until late in the year. A clerk was seconded as Private Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant and the vacancy was filled temporarily by a junior Second Division Clerk.
B.-There were vacancies in the Staff of Inspectors of Technical Instruction during portion of the year, and travelling of Veterinary Inspectors in connection with the eradication of diseases in horses and sheep had to be postponed until the Autumn to a considerable extent, as their time in the earlier part of the year was mainly occupied with Swine Fever work.