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VOTE 2.-COLONIAL SERVICES--continued.
Outstanding 24. The questions on the Accounts of Uganda, East Africa, Somaliland, and Northern Questions. Nigeria for 1901-2, 1902-3, and 1903-4, referred to in previous Reports as outstanding,
have since been satisfactorily settled, with the exception of certain points of minor importance on the account of Northern Nigeria for 1903–4, in regard to which the Accounting Officer has agreed to certain adjustments, which should be included in the Accounts for 1906-7.
The majority of the outstanding questions on the Accounts for 1904–5 have also been settled, but certain points in connection with the Accounts for 1905-6 are still outstanding. The questions on the Accounts of Wei-Hai-Wei for 1904–5, to which I referred in Paragraph 21 of my Report of last year as outstanding, have resulted in the alteration of the figures shown in the Account for that year, thereto appended, the necessary corrections affecting the Total Revenue of the Territory, which should have been shown as $90,355.79, and the balance of Assets over Liabilities, which should have been shown as $81,562.27, showing variations of $59.27 and $2,667.97 respectively.
Summary of 25. The following Summary exhibits in a convenient form the totals of the Revenue and
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STATEMENT showing the Allotments made in respect of the year 1905–6 in connection with the Parliamentary Grant for that year of 17,0001. in Aid of Deficiency of General Revenue in certain West Indian Islands, and the Balance of 1161. 198. 6d. which was available out of the Grants for previous years.
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(B.) STATEMENT showing the Distribution of the Parliamentary Grant in Aid, “West Indian Islands:
Botanic Stations and Agricultural Instruction and Experiments, 1905-6." £12,261.