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VOTE 20.--PRISONS, IRELAND-continued.
SUB-HEAD Q. "NEW BUILDINGS AND ALTERATIONS VOTE 1905-1906.
ABSTRACT STATEMENT of the Manufacturing Accounts of the Prisons in Ireland for the Year ended 31st March 1906.
By Receipts for Goods Sold, &c.
Amount transferred during 1905-6 for Stores issued to Prison Department as under :
C.--Incidental Expenses-Office of General
F.--Uniforms for Officers
H.-Clothing for Prisoners
G.-Victualling for Prisoners
I. -Bedding for Prisoners
J.-Medicines, Surgical Instruments, &c L.-Furniture, Kitchen Utensils, Crockery,
M.-Soap, Scouring and Cleaning Articles O.-Fuel, Light, and Water
Q.-New Buildings and Alterations
R.-Ordinary Repairs of Buildings
T. Incidental Expenses
Stores, Book Debts, &c., on 31st March 1906 :
Stores, &c., viz :— Materials
1 - 11
1,178 2 11
1,179 3 10
97 18 1
Book Debts, viz. :—
Private Customers -
CLASS III continued.
VOTE 20.-PRISONS, IRELAND-continued.
REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR GENERAL.
1. Expenditure in excess of the Estimate has taken place under Sub-Heads E
2. The Amount to be Surrendered is, as shown by the Account, 5,899l. 38. 4d.
Appropriations in Aid, realised in excess of the Estimate 350 8 11
3. The Statement of the Manufacturing Accounts appended to the Appropriation Account, has been examined in my Department, and a Local Test Examination of the Store and Manufacturing Accounts has also been made by my Officers at the Prisons of Mountjoy Maryborough, Dundalk, Armagh, Londonderry and Belfast, the Farm Accounts at Maryborough and Belfast having been subjected to a similar Test. The results of the examination were generally satisfactory.
John A. Kempe, Comptroller and Auditor General.
REFORMATORY AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS, IRELAND.
ACCOUNT of the Sum Expended, compared with the Sum Granted, for Expenses of REFORMATORY and INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS, and under the Youthful Offenders Act, 1901, in IRELAND, in the Year ended 31st March 1906, showing the Surplus or Deficit upon each Sub-Head of the Vote.
CLASS III. continued.
VOTE 21.-REFORMATORY AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS, IRELAND-continued.
A.-Saving caused by a decrease in the amount paid to Collectors.
B.-The Inspectors were engaged on inspection duty more frequently than anticipated.
E.—The number of children under detention was less than anticipated.
F.-No Expenditure incurred.
G.-Increase mainly owing to refunds for over-payment for children in Industrial Schools.
The Surplus of 2471. 6s. 2d., shown on Account of the Vote "Reformatory and Industrial Schools, Ireland," for the year ended 31st March, 1905, has been surrendered.
F. J. Cullinan,
Clerk in Charge of the Account.
20 November 1906. }
A. P. MacDonnell,
I certify that this Account has been examined under my directions, and is correct.
John A. Kempe,
H. J. Bidwell.