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Appropriation Act 1901-2

Act No. 16 of 1902 as made
An Act to grant and apply out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund the sum of Fifty-two thousand four hundred and ninety-seven pounds to the service of the year ending the thirtieth day of June One thousand nine hundred and two and to appropriate the supplies granted for such year in this session of Parliament.
Date of Assent 10 Oct 1902
Date of repeal 06 Aug 1934
Repealed by Statute Law Revision Act 1934

THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA.

 

 

ANNO SECUNDO

EDWARDI SEPTIMI REGIS.

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No. 16 of 1902.

An Act to grant and apply out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund the sum of Fifty-two thousand four hundred and ninety-seven pounds to the service of the year ending the thirtieth day of June One thousand nine hundred and two and to appropriate the supplies granted for such year in this session of Parliament.

[Assented to 10th October, 1902.]

Preamble.

BE it enacted by the King’s Most Excellent Majesty, the Senate, and the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Australia, for the purpose of appropriating the grant originated in the House of Representatives as follows:

Application of moneys, £52,497.

1. There shall and may be issued and applied for or towards making good the supply hereby granted to His Majesty for the service of the year ending the thirtieth day of June One thousand nine hundred and two the sum of Fifty-two thousand four hundred and ninety-seven pounds out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.

Appropriation of supplies, £4,211,348.

2. All sums granted by this Act and the other Acts mentioned in the First Schedule to this Act out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund towards making good the supply granted to His Majesty

amounting

 

 

F.8716.


amounting as appears by the said Schedule in the aggregate to the sum of Four million two hundred and eleven thousand three hundred and forty-eight pounds are appropriated and shall be deemed to have been appropriated as from the date of the passing of the Act No. 3 of 1901 for the purposes and services expressed in the Second Schedule hereto.

Period for which sums available.

3. All sums included in Part I. of the Second Schedule hereto shall be available for payment of services rendered during the period ending the thirtieth day of June One thousand nine hundred and one as well as for payment of services rendered during the period ending the thirtieth day of June One thousand nine hundred and two.

 


FIRST SCHEDULE.

______

GRANTS OUT OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND.

Under Act No. 3 of 1901.............................

£1,010,732

Under Act No. 10 of 1901...........................

928,322

Under Act No. 15 of 1901...........................

410,767

Under Act No. 1 of 1902.............................

320,955

Under Act No. 2 of 1902.............................

262,415

Under Act No. 4 of 1902.............................

282,834

Under Act No. 6 of 1902.............................

493,944

Under Act No. 9 of 1902.............................

448,882

Under this Act..............................................

52,497

 

£4,211,348

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SECOND SCHEDULE.

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APPROPRIATION OF GRANTS.

Part I.—For the expenditure of the year ending 30th June, 1902................................................................................

£3,896,493

Part II.—For the expenditure of arrears for the period ending 30th June, 1901.......................................................

314,855

 

£4,211,348


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

 

 

SECOND SCHEDULE.—PART I.

_____________________

 

ABSTRACT.

Total.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

 

£

£

£

I.—

The Parliament.............................................

31,132

31,132

 

II.—

The Department of External Affairs.............

41,566

37,966

3,600

III.—

The Attorney-General’s Department............

3,200

3,200

 

IV.—

The Department of Home Affairs................

143,385

46,151

97,234

V.—

The Department of the Treasury..................

41,371

38,896

2,475

VI.—

The Department of Trade and Customs........

259,338

3,150

256,188

VII.—

The Department of Defence.........................

937,211

49,841

887,370

VIII.—

The Postmaster-General’s Department.........

2,339,290

5,610

2,333,680

 

3,796,493

215,946

3,580,547

Advance to the Treasurer...................................

100,000

100,000

TOTAL.................................

3,896,493

3,896,493

 

 

 

F.8716.                                                                  B


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I.—THE PARLIAMENT.

——

Other Expenditure

 

£

THE SENATE................................................................................

6,880

THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.........................................

9,003

PARLIAMENTARY REPORTING STAFF....................................

7,666

THE LIBRARY..............................................................................

2,696

REFRESHMENT ROOMS.............................................................

1,050

WATER POWER FOR PARLIAMENT HOUSE............................

300

ELECTRIC LIGHTING, REPAIRS, ETC.......................................

1,412

PARLIAMENT GARDENS............................................................

532

MISCELLANEOUS.......................................................................

1,593

Total.............................................................

31,132


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

I.—THE PARLIAMENT.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 1.

Other Expenditure.

 

THE SENATE.

£

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

The President..................................................................................

1,100

1

The Chairman of Committees.........................................................

500

1

Clerk of the Parliaments..................................................................

900

1

Clerk Assistant................................................................................

750

1

Usher of the Black Rod and Clerk of Select Committees................

550

1

Clerk of the Papers.........................................................................

360

1

Shorthand Writer and Typist...........................................................

160

1

Housekeeper and Doorkeeper*.......................................................

180

1

Special Messenger...........................................................................

170

3

Messengers, at £168........................................................................

504

12

 

5,174

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

Sessional Messengers........................................................................................

626

Temporary Clerical and other Assistance..........................................................

60

Stores and Stationery.........................................................................................

300

Travelling Expenses..........................................................................................

120

Incidental Expenses..........................................................................................

150

Allowances to Office Cleaners..........................................................................

250

Select Committees—Expenses, including Allowances to Witnesses..................

200

 

1,706

Total Division No. 1............

6,880

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Division No. 2.

 

Number of Persons.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

The Speaker....................................................................................

1,100

1

The Chairman of Committees..........................................................

500

1

Clerk of the House of Representatives............................................

900

1

Clerk Assistant................................................................................

750

1

Second Clerk Assistant, to 7th July (office abolished as from 8th July, 1901)...................................................................................................

12

1

Serjeant-at-Arms and Clerk of Committees.....................................

550

1

Clerk of Papers and Accountant......................................................

420

1

Clerk of Records.............................................................................

350

1

Assistant Clerk of Committees and Reading Clerk..........................

300

1

Assistant Reading Clerk...................................................................

200

1

Junior Clerk.....................................................................................

60

11

Carried forward..............................................................

5,142

 

* With quarters, fuel, light, and water.

B 2


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

I.—The Parliamentcontinued.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 2.

Other Expenditure.

 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

£

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

11

Brought forward....................................

5,142

 

Serjeant-at-Arms Staff.

 

1

Housekeeper*..................................................................................

275

1

Head Doorkeeper.............................................................................

204

4

Senior Doorkeepers, at £188............................................................

752

5

Junior Doorkeepers, at £156............................................................

780

11

 

2,011

22

Total Salaries...........................................

7,153

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

Sessional Messengers........................................................................................

25

Temporary Clerical and other Assistance..........................................................

50

Stores and Stationery........................................................................................

300

Travelling Expenses..........................................................................................

100

Incidental Expenses..........................................................................................

245

Allowances to Office Cleaners.........................................................................

980

Select Committees—Expenses, including Allowances to Witnesses..................

50

Telephone Service............................................................................................

100

 

1,850

Total Division No. 2........

9,003

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SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

 

Number of Persons.

Division No. 3.

 

PARLIAMENTARY REPORTING STAFF.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

Principal Parliamentary Reporter......................................................

700

1

Second Parliamentary Reporter........................................................

600

8

Parliamentary Reporters, at £500.....................................................

4,000

1

Clerk................................................................................................

200

1

Attendant.........................................................................................

156

12

Total Salaries (carried forward)...........................

5,656

* With quarters, fuel, light, and water.


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

I.—The Parliamentcontinued.

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES—continued.

Other Expenditure.

Division No. 3.

PARLIAMENTARY REPORTING STAFF.

£

Brought forward.............................................................

5,656

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

Sessional Typists, at £4 10s. per week..............................................................................................

1,450

Emergency Shorthand Writing and Typewriting.............................................................................

200

Hire of Typewriting Machines............................................................................................................

80

Stores and Stationery...........................................................................................................................

125

Travelling Expenses..............................................................................................................................

100

Incidental Expenses.............................................................................................................................

55

 

2,010

Total Division No. 3...........

7,666

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Number of Persons.

Division No. 4.

 

THE LIBRARY.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

The Librarian.............................................................................................................

400

1

Clerk............................................................................................................................

188

1

Messenger...................................................................................................................

188

3

 

776

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

Books and Bookbinding.....................................................................................................................

500

Stationery..............................................................................................................................................

50

Postage and Telegrams.......................................................................................................................

900

Incidental Expenses.............................................................................................................................

150

Allowance to Charwoman..................................................................................................................

60

Temporary Assistance.........................................................................................................................

260

 

1,920

Total Division No. 4...........

2,696

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JOINT HOUSE COMMITTEE.

 

Division No. 5.

 

Refreshment Rooms.

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

Towards Wages of Staff and Temporary Waiters.........................................................................

500

Supply of Goods for Stock-in-Trade................................................................................................

500

Allowance to Controller......................................................................................................................

50

Total Division No. 5...........

1,050

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Division No. 6.

 

Water Power for Parliament House, required for the following purposes:—The protection of the Parliament Buildings from fire; working the Senate lift, the lift to the Library corridors, and the Kitchen lift; and also for working the machinery for the Ventilation of the Chamber of the House of Representatives and adjoining rooms..............................

300


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

I.—The Parliamentcontinued.

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES—continued.

Other Expenditure.

JOINT HOUSE COMMITTEE.

£

Division No. 7.

 

Electric Lighting Repairs, etc.

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

Railway Department—Annual Charge for use of Electric Light Station House, Cable, &c.           

962

Electric Light Globes, &c.................................................................................

200

Repairs, Painting, &c........................................................................................

250

Total Division No. 7............

1,412

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Division No. 8.

 

Number of Persons.

Parliament Gardens.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

Foreman Gardener........................................................................

168

2

Gardeners, at £132 per annum......................................................

264

3

 

432

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

Incidental Expenses.........................................................................................

100

Total Division No. 8............

532

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Division No. 9.

 

 

Miscellaneous.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

Engineer........................................................................................

210

1

Assistant Engineer.........................................................................

156

1

Lift Attendant...............................................................................

52

1

Housekeeper.................................................................................

25

4

 

443

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

Fuel and Gas....................................................................................................

800

Incidental Expenses.........................................................................................

350

 

1,150

Total Division No. 9............

1,593

Total Parliament.........................................

31,132


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

 

 

 

 

II.—THE DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS.

——

Total.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of Departments as at the Time of their Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

£

£

£

ADMINISTRATIVE...........................

7,777

7,777

 

FEDERAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL..

3,240

3,240

 

ADMINISTRATION OF NEW GUINEA.....................................

20,000

20,000

 

MAIL SERVICE TO PACIFIC ISLANDS....................................

4,534

934

3,600

GOVERNOR-GENERAL’S ESTABLISHMENT.....................

5,000

5,000

 

MISCELLANEOUS............................

1,015

1,015

 

 

41,566

37,966

3,600


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

II.—THE DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 10.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of Departments as at the time of their Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE.

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

Salaries.

£

£

1

Secretary..........................................................

800

 

1

Chief Clerk......................................................

600

 

1

Secretary to Prime Minister..............................

450

 

1

Senior Clerk.....................................................

300

 

4

Clerks—one at £260, two at £100 (one from 1st October, 1901, and one from 1st February, 1902), one at £50 from 1st February, 1902..............

398

 

1

Record Clerk....................................................

240

 

1

Correspondence Clerk at £175, to 16th February, 1902..............................................................

112

 

1

Despatch Clerk................................................

120

 

1

Chief Messenger..............................................

175

 

1

Messenger........................................................

130

 

1

Junior Messenger (Sydney Office) at £39 to 31st December, 1901, and at £50 from 1st January, 1902.............................................................

45

 

1

Housekeeper (Sydney Office) *......................

52

 

15

 

3,422

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

Telegrams........................................................................

1,500

 

Temporary Assistance......................................................

250

 

Stores and Stationery.......................................................

170

 

Travelling Expenses.........................................................

300

 

Incidental Expenses.........................................................

250

 

Printing (General).............................................................

175

 

Printing Commonwealth Gazette......................................

1,350

 

Living Allowances incurred.............................................

50

 

Expenses of Removal of Officers to Melbourne..............

110

 

Immigration Restriction Act—Interpreters’ Fees and other Expenses.......................................................................

200

 

 

4,355

 

Total Division No. 10...........

7,777

 

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Number of Persons.

Division No. 11.

 

 

FEDERAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

1

Secretary to the Representatives of the Government in the Senate..................................................

400

 

1

Clerk to the Federal Executive Council............

150

 

1

Clerk................................................................

325

 

3

Total Salaries (carried forward)......

875

 

* With quarters, fuel, light, and water.


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

II.—The Department of External Affairscontinued.

Division No. 11.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of Departments as at the time of their Transfer to the Commonwealth.

FEDERAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL—continued.

 

£

£

Brought forward...................................

875

 

Subdivision No. 2.

 

 

Contingencies.

 

 

Official Printing, Stationery, Travelling, Telegrams, and other Incidental Expenditure for Governor-General.........................................................

2,000

 

Stores and Stationery....................................................................................

50

 

Incidental Expenses......................................................................................

100

 

Temporary Clerical Assistance...................................................................

105

 

Living Allowance incurred...........................................................................

10

 

Travelling Expenses of Honorary Ministers, being for actual expenses incurred.......................................................................................................................

100

 

 

2,365

 

Total Division No. 11..........................

3,240

 

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Division No. 11a.

 

 

ADMINISTRATION OF NEW GUINEA..................................................

20,000

 

_________

 

 

Division No. 11b.

 

 

MAIL SERVICE TO PACIFIC ISLANDS.

 

 

Subsidy towards Mail Service to New Hebrides, Banks, Santa Cruz, and Solomon Groups, at £3,600 per annum..................................................................

...

3,600

Additional Subsidy from 1st November, 1901, at £400 per annum, to be granted on condition that black labour is not used (£266 13s. 4d.)......................

267

 

Additional Subsidy for extension of the services, at £2,000 per annum, from 1st March, 1902 (£666 13s. 4d.)....................................................................

667

 

Total Division No. 11b........................

934

3,600

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Division No. 11c.

 

 

EXPENSES OF THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL’S ESTABLISHMENT.....................................................................................................................

5,000

 

_________

 

 

Division No. 12.

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS.

 

 

Federal Flag and Seal Competition............................................................

500

 

Expenses of Representation of Commonwealth at Historical Science Congress, Rome, and in procuring information from Historical Record Offices, Europe.......................................................................................................................

221

 

Expenses in connexion with the Imperial Court of Appeal Conference

16

 

Expenses in connexion with Dr. Maxwell’s Report on the Cane Sugar Industry of Australia.......................................................................................................

158

 

Expenses of His Honour Judge Dashwood—Government Resident, Port Darwin—in the preparation of a Report on the Pearling Industry at Port Darwin and Thursday Island, in connexion with the operation of the Immigration Restriction Act.................................................................................................................

70

Expenses of Representation of Commonwealth at the International Conference on Workmen’s Insurance, at Düsseldorf, Germany..................................

50

 

Total Division No. 12..........................

1,015

 

Total Department of External Affairs............

37,966

3,600

 

41,566


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

 

 

 

 

 

III.—THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT.

——

Other Expenditure.

 

£

SECRETARY’S OFFICE................................

3,200


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

 

 

 

III.—THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT.

Number of Persons.

 

Other Expenditure.

 

 

£

 

Division No. 13.

 

 

SECRETARY’S OFFICE.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

Secretary and Parliamentary Draftsman.....................................

750

 

Allowance for extra duties.........................................................

50

1

Chief Clerk and Assistant Parliamentary Draftsman...................

500

1

Clerk..........................................................................................

80

1

Messenger..................................................................................

120

4

 

1,500

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

Books..............................................................................................................

900

Printing............................................................................................................

200

Stores and Stationery.......................................................................................

200

Travelling Expenses........................................................................................

200

Incidental Expenses........................................................................................

200

 

1,700

Total Attorney-General.................................................

3,200


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

 

 

 

 

IV.—THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS.

______

Total.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

£

£

£

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF............................

5,395

5,395

 

ELECTORAL OFFICE....................................

1,505

1,505

 

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER.............

1,440

1,440

 

PUBLIC WORKS............................................

9,066

4,066

5,000

WORKS AND BUILDINGS............................

108,181

16,325

91,856

MISCELLANEOUS.........................................

17,798

17,420

378

 

143,385

46,151

97,234


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

IV.—THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 15.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

£

1

Secretary........................................................

750

 

1

Chief Clerk....................................................

600

 

1

Services of Officer borrowed from the State of New South Wales, from 1st July, 1901, to 9th January, 1902, at £500 per annum

550

 

Chief Accountant at £550 per annum, from 15th February, 1902

 

1

Senior Clerk (also Secretary to Minister)........

450

 

1

Clerk and Shorthand Writer...........................

250

 

6

Clerks, at Salaries not exceeding £250...........

1,000

 

2

Messengers—One at £150, one at £80...........

230

 

1

Caretaker.......................................................

65

 

14

 

3,895

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

Stores, Stationery, and Printing........................................

500

 

Fuel, Light, and Water......................................................

200

 

Travelling Expenses.........................................................

350

 

Incidentals.......................................................................

50

 

Clerical Assistance...........................................................

250

 

Office Cleaners................................................................

150

 

 

1,500

 

Total Division No. 15.......

5,395

 

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Division No. 16.

 

ELECTORAL OFFICE.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

1

Chief Electoral Officer..................................................

450

 

1

Senior Clerk..................................................................

250

 

1

Clerk.............................................................................

200

 

1

Junior Clerk..................................................................

50

 

4

 

950

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

Stores, Stationery, and Printing........................................

100

 

Travelling Expenses.........................................................

200

 

Incidentals.......................................................................

50

 

Fuel, Light, and Water......................................................

25

 

Clerical Assistance...........................................................

180

 

 

555

 

Total Division No. 16...........

1,505

 


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

IV.—The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 17.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

£

1

Secretary, at £500, from 1st January, 1902....

250

 

1

Clerk and Shorthand Writer, at £200, from 1st January, 1902.............................................

100

 

1

Messenger, at £80, from 1st January, 1902....

40

 

3

Total Salaries.................

390

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

Stores, Stationery, and Printing........................................

200

 

Travelling Expenses.........................................................

350

 

Clerical Assistance...........................................................

350

 

Fuel, Light, and Water......................................................

50

 

Incidental Expenses.........................................................

100

 

 

1,050

 

Total Division No. 17...........

1,440

 

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Division No. 19.

 

 

 

PUBLIC WORKS.

 

 

 

Central Staff.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

Professional.

 

 

1

Inspector-General of Works, at £1,000, from 1st January, 1902.............................................

500

 

4

Superintendents of Works, at salaries not exceeding £600, from 1st January, 1902.....................

1,000

 

1

Chief Draughtsman, from 1st January, 1902...

125

 

1

Draughtsman, from 1st January, 1902............

88

 

1

Cadet Draughtsman, from 1st January, 1902..

25

 

8

 

1,738

 

 

Clerical.

 

 

1

Clerk, from 1st January, 1902.........................

250

 

1

Accounts Clerk, from 1st January, 1902.........

125

 

2

Clerks—One at £175, one at £150, from 1st January, 1902............................................................

163

 

1

Messenger, from 1st January, 1902.................

40

 

5

 

578

 

13

Total Salaries (carried forward)......

2,316

 


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

IV.—The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

Division No. 19.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

PUBLIC WORKS—continued.

£

£

Brought forward...............................................

2,316

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

Stores, Stationery, and Printing...........................................................................

350

 

Lithography, &c.....................................................................................................

400

 

Fuel, Light, and Water..........................................................................................

150

 

Travelling Expenses..............................................................................................

750

 

Incidental Expenses..............................................................................................

100

 

Subdivision No. 3.

1,750

 

To recoup the various States for Salaries of Professional and Clerical Officers employed by Commonwealth..........................................................................................

...

5,000

Total Division No. 19.........................

4,066

5,000

_________

 

 

Division No. 20.

 

 

WORKS AND BUILDINGS.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

Rent.

Repairs and Maintenance.

Fittings and Furniture.

Electric Lighting and Telephonic Communication.

 

 

NEW SOUTH WALES.

£

£

£

£

 

 

External Affairs..................

250

2,600

850

626

4,326

 

Home Affairs......................

250

1,100

676

14

2,040

 

Trade and Customs...........

345

...

411

330

...

1,086

Defence................................

2,713

9,482

200

270

...

12,665

Post and Telegraph............

9,500

9,150

3,500

...

...

22,150

 

13,058

22,332

5,637

1,240

6,366

35,901

VICTORIA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parliament...........................

...

240

1,150

...

1,390

 

External Affairs..................

318

2,000

1,000

1,000

4,318

 

Attorney-General...............

...

...

11

...

11

 

Home Affairs......................

462

300

1,000

...

1,762

 

Treasurer..............................

323

100

557

21

1,001

 

Trade and Customs...........

25

1,150

226

305

6

1,700

Defence................................

851

13,605

1,090

355

1,121

14,780

Post and Telegraph............

2,000

5,000

1,550

...

350

8,200

 

3,979

22,395

6,584

1,681

9,959

24,680

Carried forward...........

17,037

44,727

12,221

2,921

16,325

60,581


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

IV.—The Department of Home Affairs—continued.

Division No. 20.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

WORKS AND BUILDINGS—continued.

Subdivision No. 1.

£

£

 

Rent.

Repairs and Maintenance.

Fittings and Furniture.

Electric Lighting and Telephonic Communication.

 

 

 

£

£

£

£

 

 

Brought forward...

17,037

44,727

12,221

2,921

16,325

60,581

QUEENSLAND.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trade and Customs....

50

1,140

750

60

...

2,000

Defence.....................

550

4,852

708

260

...

6,370

Post and Telegraph.....

1,500

2,500

1,100

...

...

5,100

 

2,100

8,492

2,558

320

...

13,470

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trade and Customs....

618

400

100

100

...

1,218

Defence.....................

75

1,500

...

119

...

1,694

Post and Telegraph.....

600

1,150

200

...

...

1,950

 

1,293

3,050

300

219

...

4,862

WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trade and Customs....

85

612

100

250

...

1,047

Defence.....................

400

1,900

...

67

...

2,367

Post and Telegraph.....

875

3,000

1,000

...

...

4,875

 

1,360

5,512

1,100

317

...

8,289

TASMANIA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trade and Customs....

100

100

30

70

...

300

Defence.....................

170

410

...

58

...

638

Post and Telegraph.....

...

900

550

...

...

1,450

 

270

1,410

580

128

...

2,388

Thursday Island Defence.....................

...

600

...

...

...

600

King George’s Sound Defence.........

...

1,666

...

...

...

1,666

 

...

2,266

...

...

...

2,266

Total Division No. 20................................

22,060

65,457

16,759

3,905

16,325

91,856


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

IV.—The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

Division No. 21.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

MISCELLANEOUS.

 

£

£

Expenses of Darling Downs (Queensland) Election, House of Representatives.............................................................

600

 

Expenses in connexion with choosing the site of the Capital of the Commonwealth.......................................................

3,000

 

Conveyance of Members of Parliament and others.........

10,000

 

Expenses in connexion with Valuation of Properties taken over from the States..............................................................

2,000

 

Expenses of Election in Tasmania to fill a vacancy in the House of Representatives.........................................................

1,200

 

Cost of Compilation and Publication of a New Edition of the Seven Colonies..............................................................

500

 

Cost of Tabulation of Customs Statistics.........................

120

Fidelity Guarantee of Commonwealth Officers in the State of Queensland...................................................................

...

378

Total Division No. 21......

17,420

378

Total Department of Home Affairs

46,151

97,234

143,385

 

F.8716.


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

 

 

 

 

V.—THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

£

£

THE TREASURY...............................................................

4,967

 

AUDIT OFFICE.................................................................

3,058

2,475

GOVERNMENT PRINTER................................................

29,871

 

UNFORESEEN AND ACCIDENTAL EXPENDITURE.....

1,000

 

 

38,896

2,475

 

41,371

ADVANCE TO THE TREASURER...................................

100,000

 

141,371


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

V.—THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 22.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

THE TREASURY.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

£

1

Secretary to the Treasury.....................................................

750

 

1

Accountant.............................................................................

310

 

1

Chief Clerk, Correspondence Branch................................

310

 

1

Sub-Accountant....................................................................

285

 

1

Clerk........................................................................................

235

 

8

Clerks—Five at £210 (from 9th January, 1902, 14th January, 1902, 16th January, 1902, 1st May, 1902, and from 11th June, 1902, respectively); three at £100 (one from 1st January, 1902, and two from 1st May, 1902)..............................................................................................

426

 

1

Clerk at £52 from 1st January, 1902............................

Messenger at £52 to 31st December, 1901..................

52

 

 

 

14

 

2,368

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

 

Allowance to State Officers for performing Treasury and Audit duties........................................................................

970

 

 

Allowances to State Officers acting as Officers of Commonwealth Sub-Treasuries.....................................

693

 

 

Printing and Bookbinding (including Paper).....................

400

 

 

Stores and Stationery...........................................................

100

 

 

Travelling Expenses and Incidentals.................................

100

 

 

Office Cleaner........................................................................

46

 

 

Temporary Clerical Assistance...........................................

100

 

 

Gratuities to Officers for special services in connexion with first Federal Budget..........................................................

40

 

 

Exchange on Remittances...................................................

150

 

 

 

2,599

 

 

Total Division No. 22..................

4,967

 

 

________

 

 

 

Division No. 23.

 

 

 

AUDIT OFFICE.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

1

Auditor-General, from 1st to 31st December, 1901, at £1,000.................................................................................

84

 

1

Chief Clerk at £560 from 1st January, 1902...................

280

 

11

Clerks—Five (one from 1st January, 1902, and four from 1st February, 1902), at £310; one from 17th December, 1901, at £260; three (one from 1st January, 1902, and two from 1st February, 1902), at £210; one at £120 (from 1st January, 1902); and one at £40 (from 15th February, 1902)...................................................................................

1,169

 

1

Messenger and Caretaker at £78 (from 1st January, 1902)..............................................................................................

39

 

14

Carried forward.................................

1,572

 


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

V.—The Department of the Treasurycontinued.

Division No. 23.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

AUDIT OFFICE—continued.

 

£

£

Brought forward..................................

1,572

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

Remuneration to Deputy Auditors and State Audit Officers

275

 

Proportion of Salaries and Expenses of State Audit Officers............................................................................................

...

2,475

Clerical assistance...............................................................

300

 

Stores and Stationery...........................................................

100

 

Fuel, Light, Water, and Incidentals......................................

200

 

Payments to State Audit Officers and others.......................

200

 

Travelling Expenses............................................................

300

 

Printing................................................................................

100

 

Office Cleaner.....................................................................

11

 

 

1,486

2,475

Total Division No. 23.............

3,058

2,475

_________

 

 

Division No. 24.

 

 

 

GOVERNMENT PRINTER.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

Allowance to Mr. R. S. Brain for services rendered in connexion with Printing for Parliament...................................

150

 

Wages, &c.:—

 

 

 

Compositors.........................................................

£9,400

 

 

Proportion of Salaries of the State Classified Staff at the Government Printing office, Melbourne......

3,600

 

 

Gratuities to Officers engaged in excess of office hours.................................................................

500

 

 

Bookbinders, Machinemen, Warehouse Assistants, Labourers, &c...................................................

3,450

 

 

 

 

16,950

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

17,100

 

Paper and Parchment—

 

 

 

Paper for Hansard.............................................

£6,100

 

 

Other Paper and Parchment...............................

2,700

 

 

 

 

8,800

 

Repairs to Machinery...................................................................

300

 

Book Trimming Machine and Rounding Machine.......................

135

 

Type..............................................................................................

1,200

 

Bookbinders’ Materials, Stores, and Printing Ink.........................

1,000

 

Motive Power, Fuel, and Light.....................................................

700

 

Rent of Store and Cartage.............................................................

308

 

Incidentals....................................................................................

150

 

Printing, &c. .................................................................................

140

 

Travelling Expenses......................................................................

38

 

 

12,771

 

Total Division No. 24..............

29,871

 


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

V.—The Department of the Treasurycontinued.

 

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Division No. 25.

£

£

UNFORESEEN AND ACCIDENTAL EXPENDITURE........

1,000

 

38,896

2,475

_________

41,371

Division No. 25a.

 

 

ADVANCE TO THE TREASURER.

 

 

To enable the Treasurer to make advances to Public Officers and to pay expenses of an unforeseen nature which will afterwards be submitted for Parliamentary Appropriation..................................................................

100,000

Total Department of the Treasury..............

141,371


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

 

 

 

 

VI.—THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.

——

Total.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

£

£

£

MINISTER’S OFFICE.......................................

3,150

3,150

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF—

 

 

 

NEW SOUTH WALES......................

63,491

...

63,491

VICTORIA........................................

63,770

...

63,770

QUEENSLAND................................

60,922

...

60,922

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.......................

26,474

...

26,474

WESTERN AUSTRALIA..................

31,590

...

31,590

TASMANIA......................................

9,941

...

9,941

 

259,338

3,150

256,188


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VI.—THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 26.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

MINISTER’S OFFICE.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

Clerical Division.

£

£

1

Comptroller-General...........................................

1,200

 

1

Secretary at £600 (10 months only)....................

500

 

4

Clerks, viz.—One at £300, one at £250, one at £200, one at £150 (10 months only)....................................

750

 

6

Total Salaries..................

2,450

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

Incidental and Travelling Expenses.....................................

530

 

Fuel, Light, and Water.........................................................

20

 

Stores, Stationery, Printing..................................................

150

 

 

700

 

Total Division No. 26...

3,150

 

____________

 

 

 

CUSTOMS AND EXCISE.

 

 

 

Division No. 27.

 

 

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

1

State Collector....................................................

...

920

1

Chief Inspector...................................................

...

700

1

Inspector and Warehousekeeper.........................

...

500

1

Sub-Collector.....................................................

...

500

4

Senior Inspector of Excise at £450; Accountant at £450; Cashier at £425; Tide Surveyor at £400..........

 

30

Eleven Sub-Collectors, viz.—One at £370, four at £350, two at £325, four at £300; Assistant-Inspector at £350; Gauger at £350; three Examining Officers, viz.:—Two at £350, one at £300; seven Landing Waiters, viz.:—One at £350, five at £325, one at £300; Clearing Clerk at £325; Chief Statistical Clerk at £325; Excise Clerk at £325; Inspector of Distilleries at £325; Inspector of Tobacco Factories at £300; Tide Surveyor at £350; Computer at £300.......................................................................

 

...

11,570

38

Carried forward........................

...

14,190


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VI.—The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 27.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES—continued.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

Clerical Division.

£

£

38

Brought forward..........................

...

14,190

75

One Relieving Officer at £290; fourteen Clerks, viz.:—Two at £290, two at £250, three at £240, one at £230, one at £225, five at £200; Jerquer at £280; Examining Officer at £250; twenty-one Landing Waiters, viz.:—Five at £275, three at £250, four at £225, nine at £200; Inspecting Locker at £250; twenty-two Lockers, viz.:—Four at £250, five at £225; One at £220, twelve at £200; eight Sub-Collectors; viz.:—Five at £250, one at £240, one at £225, one at £200; four Excise Inspectors, viz.:—Three at £240, one at £220; Coast Waiter at £215; Detective at £200...............................................

...

17,070

60

Twenty-seven Clerks, viz.:—Four at £190, three at £180, four at £150 (one for two months only), three at £140, six at £125, six at £110, one at £100; Typewriter at £140; Examining Officer at £160; twenty-five Lockers, viz.:—Ten at £175, one at £170, five at £160, nine at £150; Baggage Inspector at £175; two Tide Surveyor’s Assistants at £180; Excise Inspector at £175; two Assistant Landing Waiters at £150...............................................................................................

 

 

 

...

9,320

3

Clerks, viz.:—One at £95, one at £80, one at £60............

 

 

176

General Division.

 

 

72

Two Preventive Officers, viz.—One at £175, one at £166; one Baggage Inspector at £160; thirty Tide Waiters, viz.:—Two at £150, twelve at £140, fifteen at £130; one at £110; two Engine-drivers at £150; two Searchers at £133; ten Searchers’ Assistants at £110; two Messengers, viz.:—One at £150, one at £120; twelve Boatmen, viz.:—Nine at £133, three at £120; nine Watchmen, viz.:—Eight at £120, one at £108; Porter at £120; Lift Attendant at £114..............

...

9,212

59

Seventeen Customs Officers, viz.—One at £75, three at £30, five at £25, two at £20, six at £10; ten Preventive Officers, viz.:—Two at £30, one at £25, two at £20, five at £10; Watchman at £75; Porter at £90; twenty-one Messengers, viz.:—Twenty at £52, one at £39; seven Cleaners at £50; Switch Attendant at £52; Housekeeper at £30............

...

2,235

131

 

 

 

307

Carried forward............................

...

52,027


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VI.—The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 27.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES—continued.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

£

307

Brought forward................

...

52,027

 

General Division.

 

 

27

Officers at salaries ranging from £120 to £485 (for nine months only)*................................................

...

3,985

16

Lockers (for two months only)..........................

...

400

350

Total Salaries............

...

56,412†

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

Postage, Telegraph Messages and Exchanges on Remittances...........................................................................................

...

820

Incidental and Travelling Expenses.....................................

...

3,100

Repairs to Steam Launches.................................................

...

265

Uniforms for Boatmen........................................................

...

124

Protection of Revenue and Rewards...................................

...

311

Fuel, Light, and Water.........................................................

...

375

To meet increased cost of living at out-stations...................

...

466

Printing and Bookbinding...................................................

...

700

Stores and Stationery..........................................................

...

450

Subdivision No. 3.—Miscellaneous.

 

6,611

Compensation to Commissioners appointed under the New South Wales Customs Regulation Act—for loss of office.......

...

468

Total Division No. 27..................

...

63,491

__________

 

 

 

Division No. 28.

 

 

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF VICTORIA.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

1

State Collector (nine months only).....................

...

563

1

Chief Clerk........................................................

...

750

1

Senior Landing Surveyor...................................

...

625

1

Inspector............................................................

...

531

5

Chief Inspector of Distilleries and Excise at £535; Accountant, Inspector of Drawbacks, Warehouse-keeper, at £485; Landing Surveyor at £450...

...

10,868

24

Fifteen Landing Waiters, viz., four at £485, one at £450, three at £350, three at £331, four at £323; Receiver at £450; Jerquer at £350; Tide Inspector at £291; Collector at £287; five Clerks, viz.:—Two at £350, two at £331, one at £323...............................

33

Carried forward.......................................

13,337

* Transferred from other States.—† £124 deducted for quarters.


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VI.—The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 28.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF VICTORIA—continued.

£

£

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

33

Brought forward......................

 

13,337

90

Seven Collectors, viz.—One at £350, one at £300, one at £269, three at £206, one at £170; nine Assistant Landing Waiters, viz.—One at £350, two at £300, six at £206; two Tide Surveyors at £300; twenty-eight Clerks, viz.—Three at £350, one at £325, ten at £300, one at £260, thirteen at £206; fourteen Lockers, viz.—One at £250, ten at £198, three at £185; sixteen Drawback Officers, at £185; fourteen Inspectors of Distilleries, viz.—Two at £300, eleven at £206, one at £200........................................

...

18,853

115

Three Tidewaiters at £200; fifty-five Clerks, viz.—Thirty-three at £200, one at £164, one at £138, two at £126, one at £120, one at £114, two at £110, one at £109, three at £105, two at £104, one at £99, one at £95, one at £94, one at £84, three at £77, one at £74; fifty-seven Weighers, viz.—One at £175, two at £168, one at £166, one at £162, thirty-five at £153, two at £151, one at £140, one at £138, five at £137, one at £136, one at £134, six at £131   

...

17,100

238

General Division.

 

49,290†

2

Revenue Detective Inspector at £264; Revenue Detective at £146.................................................................................

 

1

Softgoods Expert at £350.................................................

 

 

2

Tea Experts at £252...........................................................

 

 

2

Excise Officers, one (including allowance) at £250, one at £159.................................................................................

 

 

1

Caretaker at £130...............................................................

 

 

2

Patrol Officers at £156.......................................................

 

 

20

Watchmen, viz.—One at £168, seven at £144, five at £138, four at £124, two at £123, one at £122....................

...

6,720*

1

Labourer at £110................................................................

 

 

11

Senior Messenger at £132; four Messengers, viz.—Three at £120, one at £96; six Junior Messengers, viz.—Three at £72, one at £48, two at £46.........................................

 

 

3

Coxswains, viz.:—One at £173, two at £150................

 

 

4

Engine-drivers, viz.:—Three at £156, one at £148.......

 

 

7

Boatmen, five at £144; Boys, two at £60......................

 

 

56

 

 

 

294

Total Salaries (carried forward).............

...

56,010

* Includes provision for ten officers for three months only and one officer for two months only.—†Includes provision for seventeen officers for three months only and one officer for two months only.


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VI.—The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Division No. 28.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF VICTORIA—continued.

 

£

£

Brought forward..................................................

...

56,010

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

Expenses—Protection of the Revenue........................................................

...

1,750

Stores, Fuel, Light, and Water.......................................................................

...

1,000

Travelling and Incidental Expenses.............................................................

...

2,750

Printing and Stationery...................................................................................

...

760

Steam Launches—Repairs, Stores, Fuel, &c..............................................

...

1,500

 

 

7,760

Total Division No. 28...............................

...

63,770

____________

 

 

Number of Persons.

Division No. 29.

 

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF QUEENSLAND.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

1

State Collector...........................................................................

...

750

11

Eight Sub-Collectors, viz.:—One at £550, one at £500, one at £450, two at £430, three at £400; Chief Clerk at £460; Inspector of Invoices at £440; Landing Surveyor at £430................................................................................................

 

 

 

 

...

11,580

20

Seven Sub-Collectors, viz.:—One at £375, one at £360, four at £350, one at £330; Cashier at £360; three Landing Waiters, viz.:—One at £350, one at £325, one at £300; Senior Clerk and Inspector of Excise at £380; six Clerks, viz.:—One at £350, one at £320, one at £310, three at £300; District Inspector of Excise at £300; Revenue Officer at £330...................................

60

Twelve Landing Waiters, viz.:—One at £280, two at £260, one at £245, two at £235, three at £230, one at £220, two at £200; Sub-Collector at £260; Tide Surveyor at £240; seven Inspectors of Excise, viz.:—Three at £260, one at £240, one at £220, two at £200; thirty-three Clerks viz.:—One at £275, one at £270, one at £260, six at £250, one at £245, two at £240, one at £230, nine at £220, one at £215, two at £210, eight at £200; four Lockers, viz.:—One at £245, three at £200; Clearing Officer at £240; Boarding Officer at £220.....................

...

13,745

84

Forty-eight Clerks, viz.:—One at £195, six at £190, five at £180, one at £175, two at £170, two at £160, two at £150, three at £140, four at £120, five at £110, one at £100, two at £90, eight at £80, five at £70, one at £60; Boarding Officer at £160; twenty-two Lockers, viz.:—Three at £195, two at £190, six at £180, one at £175, eight at £170, two at £30; thirteen Officers of Customs and Excise, viz.:—One at £195, one at £185, five at £175, two at £170, four at £160..................................

...

12,185

176

Carried forward............................

...

38,260


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VI.—The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 29.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF QUEENSLAND—continued.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

£

176

Brought forward................

...

38,260

 

General Division.

 

 

45

Tide Waiters, viz.:—One at £220, one at £195, one at £190, five at £170, twenty-two at £160, thirteen at £150, one at £135, one at £130............................................

 

 

 

...

9,136

6

Coxswains, viz.:—One at £140, five at £130......

6

Boatmen, viz.:—Three at £118, two at £108, one at £96........................................................................

4

Storemen, viz.:—One at £140, one at £130, two at £110........................................................................

61

 

237

Total Salaries...............

...

47,396

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

Protection of the Revenue, and Excise Expenses.................

...

3,000

Temporary Assistance, Border Officers, and Expenses........

...

5,760

Travelling and Incidental Expenses......................................

...

2,200

To meet increased Cost of Living at Outports and Stations...

...

1,366

Stores, Stationery, Printing....................................................

...

1,200

 

 

13,526

Total Division No. 29....

...

60,922

_________

 

 

 

Division No. 30.

 

 

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

1

State Collector.....................................................

...

700

6

Accountant at £475; Chief Clerk at £450; Landing Surveyor at £450; Sub-Collector at £450; Senior Inspector of Distilleries at £450; Clerk at £425....................

 

 

 

 

 

...

9,559

5

First Assistant Landing Surveyor, Warehouse-keeper; Sub-Collector, Clerk at £330; Sub-Collector at £385........................................................................

21

Four Sub-Collectors, viz.:—One at £270, two at £210, one at £200; Chief Gauger at £290; Second Assistant Landing Surveyor at £285; two Inspectors of Drawbacks, viz.:—One at £290, one at £270; eight Landing Waiters, viz.:—One at £290, two at £270, four at £230, one at £220; Tide Surveyor at £270; two Clerks at £230; one Clerk at £219; Inspector of Distilleries at £210.......................

33

Carried forward..................

...

10,259


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VI.—The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 30.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA—continued.

 

 

£

£

33

Brought forward..............

...

10,259

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

69

Eight Landing Waiters, viz.:—One at £190, three at £180, three at £170, one at £150; three Inspectors of Distilleries, viz.:—One at £170, two at £150; Gauger, at £189; eleven Lockers, viz.:—One at £174, three at £170, two at £150, one at £129, four at £110; seventeen Clerks, viz.:—One at £180, one at £172, four at £170, two at £165, two at £150, one at £131, one at £122, one at £110, three at £100, one at £50; four Tide Waiters, viz.:—Three at £100, one at £80; three Sub-Collectors, viz.:—One at £150, one at £105, one at £86; four Boarding Officers, viz.:—Two at £170, two at £150; three Inspector and Assistant Inspectors of Drawbacks, viz.:—Two at £190, one at £120; Assistant Tide Surveyor at £170; fourteen Junior Clerks, viz.:—Two at £80, one at £79; one at £78, one at £77, one at £72, one at £69, two at £65, one at £62, one at £54, one at £45, one at £42, one at £41.....................................................................

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


...

9,237

 

3

Two Watchmen at £100, Office-keeper at £120

 

 

105

Total Salaries..........

...

19,496

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

Telegrams, Printing, Stationery, Postage, Water, Fuel, and Miscellaneous...................................................................

...

2,275

Assistant and Glut Officers..................................................

...

1,667

House Allowances and Quarters...........................................

...

160

Travelling Allowances, and Expenses Inspectors of Distilleries..

...

500

Expenses—Protection of the Revenue..................................

...

1,054

Forage..................................................................................

...

135

Expenses—Semaphore Customs and Harbor Boat Service, Northern Territory...........................................................................

...

1,063

Living Allowances, Northern Territory.................................

...

124

 

 

6,978

Total Division No. 30.......

...

26,474


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VI.—The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 31.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

£

1

State Collector.......................................................................

 

700

2

Chief Landing Surveyor at £500; Chief Clerk at £400..

 

5

Two Sub-Collectors at £360; Cashier at £315; Warehouse-keeper at £340; Landing Surveyor at £380..................................

...

10,800

34

Twelve Landing Waiters, viz.:—Four at £280, one at £260, four at £250, two at £230, one at £220; Accountant at £270; Statist at £270; Cashier at £200; Jerquer at £280; Locker at £210; Gauger at £220; Tide Surveyor at £230; five Assistant Landing Waiters, viz.:—Two at £230, one at £210, two at £200; six Clerks, viz.:—Two at £270, one at £250, two at £225, one at £215; Senior Inspector of Excise at £280; three Inspectors of Excise at £200.............................................................................................

70

Seven Landing Waiters, viz.:—One at £190, one at £180, one at £135, two at £120, one at £60, one at £50; eleven Assistant Landing Waiters, viz.:—Three at £200, three at £190, one at £185, one at £175, one at £170, one at £160, one at £140; five Tide Waiters, viz.:—Three at £160, two at £150; two Sub-Collectors, viz.:—One at £110, one at £85; nine Lockers, viz.:—Five at £180, three at £170, one at £150; thirteen Delivery Clerks, viz.:—One at £170, eight at £160, four at £150, twenty-three Clerks, viz.:—One at £195, three at £190, three at £185, two at £175, two at £170, one at £165, three at £160, two at £140, one at £130, one at £120, one at £100, two at £80, one at £70....................................................

...

10,965

20

Coxswain at £150; Detective at £180; four Foremen at £120; three Watchmen, viz.:—Two at £110, one at £100; Boatman at £110; ten Labourers, viz.:—One at £130, nine at £110.......

2,360

132

 

 

 

 

 

24,825

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

Temporary Clerical Assistance.......................................................................

...

3,800

Travelling and Incidental Expenses...............................................................

...

1,300

Postage and Telegrams....................................................................................

...

700

Stationery, Typewriters, and Printing.............................................................

...

550

House Allowances.............................................................................................

...

235

Tropical Allowances.........................................................................................

...

100

Expenses—Protection of the Revenue..........................................................

...

80

 

 

6,765

Total Division No. 31.....................

 

31,590


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VI.—The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 32.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuation of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF TASMANIA.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

£

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

1

State Collector.......................................................

...

500

4

Chief Clerk, Inspector and Landing Surveyor at £350; Collector at £400; Chief Inspector of Distilleries at £325..................................................................

 

7

Landing Surveyor at £285; Senior Landing Waiter at £240; Warehouse-keeper at £220; two Valuators, viz.:—One at £225, one at £210; two Clerks, viz.:—One at £285, one at £260..................................

...

7,025

29

Five Sub-Collectors, viz.:—One at £180, one at £170, one at £160, one at £80, one at £65; Warehouse-keeper at £190; fifteen Landing Waiters, viz.:—Three at £185, four at £160, one at £145, one at £140, three at £120, one at £85, two at £70; eight Clerks, viz.:—One at £180, one at £160, one at £150, one at £125, one at £100, two at £90, one at £70....................................................................

 

 

41

General Division

 

7,525

 

8

Two Messengers, viz.:—One at £100, one at £70; Tide-waiter at £100; four Storemen, viz.:—Two at £140, two at £110; Watchman at £80................

850

49

Total Salaries......................

 

8,375

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

Travelling Expenses...............................................................

...

350

Occasional Assistance and Miscellaneous Expenses..............

...

450

Expenses—Protection of the Revenue...................................

...

316

Forage, Quarters, Uniforms, Stores, and Stationery................

...

450

 

 

1,566

Total Division No. 32......................

 

9,941

Total Department of Trade and Customs

3,150

256,188

259,338


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII.—THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE.

 

Total.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

CENTRAL STAFF—

£

£

£

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION.......................

6,499

6,499

...

HEAD-QUARTERS MILITARY STAFF....

7,224

7,224

...

 

13,723

13,723

...

EXPENSES IN CONNEXION WITH ROYAL RECEPTION AT SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, BRISBANE, ADELAIDE, PERTH, AND HOBART......................................................

10,305

10,305

...

MISCELLANEOUS.........................................

813

813

...

NEW RIFLES...................................................

25,000

25,000

...

AUSTRALASIAN NAVAL FORCES (Auxiliary Squadron)...............................

106,000

...

106,000

THURSDAY ISLAND.....................................

11,323

...

11,323

KING GEORGE’S SOUND.............................

5,770

...

5,770

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF—

 

 

 

NEW SOUTH WALES...............................

262,642

...

262,642

VICTORIA.................................................

249,178

...

249,178

QUEENSLAND..........................................

157,889

...

157,889

SOUTH AUSTRALIA................................

47,596

...

47,596

WESTERN AUSTRALIA...........................

27,959

...

27,959

TASMANIA...............................................

19,013

...

19,013

 

937,211

49,841

887,370


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII.—THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE.

Number of Persons.

CENTRAL STAFF.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

Division No. 33.

 

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

Secretary’s Office.

£

£

1

Secretary for Defence..........................................

900

 

1

Chief Accountant................................................

600

 

1

Chief Clerk..........................................................

540

 

6

Clerks (1 at £310, 1 at £235, 1 at £210, 1 at £185, 1 at £160, 1 at £80).................................................

1,179

 

9

 

3,219

 

 

General.

 

 

1

Senior Messenger.................................................

132

 

2

Messengers (1 Junior)..........................................

138

 

1

Caretaker†...........................................................

110

 

4

 

380

 

13

Total Salaries............................

3,599

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

Travelling Expenses...............................................................

300

 

Stationery, Printing, and Incidentals.......................................

800

 

Temporary Assistance............................................................

300

 

Expenses of Naval and Military Committees.........................

1,500

 

 

2,900

 

Total Division No. 33..........

6,499

 

________

 

 

Division No. 34.

 

 

HEAD-QUARTERS MILITARY STAFF.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

General Officer Commanding, at £2,500 per annum including all allowances except travelling...............................................

1,875

 

Deputy Adjutant-General at £750 § from 1st April, 1902...

188

 

Assistant Adjutant-General at £600 §          ,,        ,,............

150

 

Deputy Quartermaster-General at £750 §    ,,        ,,............

188

 

Assistant Quartermaster-General at £600 § ,,        ,,............

150

 

Assistant Director of Artillery and Stores at £575 § from 1st April, 1902...................................................................................

144

 

Carried forward..................................

2,695

 

† With quarters, fuel, and light.—‡ Without any allowance except for one horse.—§ Subject to reduction if occupying quarters.

 

F. 8716.                                                                                     D


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII.—The Department of Defencecontinued.

Division No. 34.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

HEAD-QUARTERS MILITARY STAFF—continued.

 

£

£

Brought forward...................................

2,695

 

Assistant Adjutant-General for Artillery at £575 § from 1st April, 1902.........................................................................

144

 

Assistant Adjutant-General for Engineer Services at £575 § from 1st April, 1902..........................................................

144

 

Director-General Medical Services at £900 § from 1st April, 1902...................................................................................

225

 

Aide-de-Camp at £450 § from 1st April, 1902....................

113

 

Secretary to General Officer Commanding, 30th January to 30th June, 1902, at £350............................................................

148

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

3,469

 

Travelling Expenses, Passages, Allowances to Orderlies, &c., and Incidentals..........................................................................

3,000

 

Clerical Assistance.................................................................

600

 

Allowance to Officer acting as Aide-de-Camp to General Officer Commanding......................................................................

42

 

Forage Allowances—9 at £50 each per annum from 1st April, 1902...................................................................................

113

 

 

3,755

 

Total Division No. 34...................

7,224

 

Total Central Staff................................

13,723

 

_________

 

 

Division No. 35.

 

 

ROYAL RECEPTION.

 

 

Military and Naval Demonstrations in connexion with the Royal Reception at Adelaide, Hobart, and Perth...........................

10,305

 

_________

 

 

Division No. 36.

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS.

 

 

Furnishing and Alterations to Offices, Victoria Barracks, Melbourne..........................................................................

813

 

_________

 

 

Division No. 36a.

 

 

NEW RIFLES.

 

 

5,000 Rifles...........................................................................

25,000

 

_________

 

 

Division No. 37.

 

 

AUSTRALASIAN NAVAL FORCES.

 

 

Australasian Naval Forces (Auxiliary Squadron)...................

...

106,000

‡ Without any allowance except for one horse.—§ Subject to reduction if occupying quarters.


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII.—The Department of Defencecontinued.

Number of Persons.

THURSDAY ISLAND.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuation of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

Division No. 38.

 

PERMANENT ARTILLERY.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

£

1

Captain................................. at 16s. 6d. per diem

 

302

2

Lieutenants............................... 14s. 6d.      „

 

530

1

Battery Sergeant-Major............... 6s. 8d.      „

 

122

1

Battery Quartermaster-Sergeant... 6s. 8d.      „

 

122

3

Sergeants..................................... 5s. 4d.     „

 

292

3

Corporals.................................... 4s. 9d.      „

 

261

3

Bombardiers................................ ...4s.         „

 

219

61

Gunners and Trumpeters............. ...3s.         „

 

3,340

75

 

 

5,188

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

 

Good Conduct Pay............................................

 

50

 

Rations, Fuel, &c...............................................

 

1,410

 

Clothing.............................................................

 

450

 

Contingencies....................................................

 

1,000

 

Medical Attendance and Medicines...................

 

150

 

 

 

3,060

 

Total Division No. 38..

 

8,248

 

_________

 

 

 

Division No. 39.

 

 

 

DEFENCE FORCE CORPS.

 

 

 

Artillery, Infantry, and Army Medical Corps.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

1

Major....................................... at £17 per annum

 

17

4

Captains...................................... £15          „

 

60

7

Lieutenants................................. £12          „

 

84

1

Medical Officer.......................... £15          „

 

15

5

Company Sergeants-Major and
Colour-Sergeants......................... £9            „

 

45

12

Sergeants..................................... £8 10s.     „

 

102

12

Corporals.................................... £7 10s.     „

 

90

2

Bombardiers............................... £7            „

 

14

193

Gunners, Privates, Buglers, &c... £6 10s.     „

 

1,255

30

Supernumeraries......................... £3 5s.       „

 

97

267

Carried forward.....................

 

1,779

 

D 2


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII.—The Department of Defencecontinued.

Number of Persons.

THURSDAY ISLAND—continued.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

Division No. 39.

 

DEFENCE FORCE CORPS.

 

 

£

£

 

Brought forward...................

 

1,779

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

 

Corps Contingent Allowance.................................

 

127

 

Prizes.....................................................................

 

60

 

Uniform Allowance...............................................

 

311

 

Forage Allowance..................................................

 

16

 

Command Allowance............................................

 

40

 

Ammunition...........................................................

 

146

 

Extra Pay, Torres Straits Garrison Battery..............

 

75

 

Camp.....................................................................

 

267

 

Instruction..............................................................

 

100

 

Allowance for 5 Orderly-room Sergeants, 4 at £12, 1 at £6..........................................................................

 

54

 

Contingencies........................................................

 

50

 

Rifle Club and Contingencies................................

 

50

 

 

 

1,296

 

Total Division No. 39......

 

3,075

 

Total Defences, Thursday Island....

 

11,323

 

_________

 

 

 

KING GEORGE’S SOUND.

 

 

 

Division No. 40.

 

 

 

PERMANENT ARTILLERY.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

Rate

 

 

 

 

£

 

 

1

Major...................................................

350

 

2,800

1

Lieutenant...........................................

250
per day

 

1

Warrant Officer...................................

8/6

 

1

Staff Sergeant......................................

5/3

 

2

Sergeants.............................................

4/3

 

2

Corporals.............................................

3/6

 

3

Bombardiers........................................

3/3

 

2

Acting Bombardiers.............................

3/

 

27

Gunners...............................................

2/6 to 3/

 

40

 

 

 

 

Carried forward.........................

 

2,800


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII.—The Department of Defencecontinued.

Number of Persons.

KING GEORGE’S SOUND—continued.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

 

Division No. 40.

£

£

 

PERMANENT ARTILLERY.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brought forward.................

 

2,800

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

 

Rations.................................................................

 

900

 

Clothing...............................................................

 

325

 

Stores...................................................................