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Appropriation Act 1903-4

Act No. 14 of 1903 as made
An Act to grant and apply a sum out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund to the service of the year ending the thirtieth day of the June One thousand nine hundred and four and to appropriate the supplies granted for such a year in this session of the Parliament.
Date of Assent 22 Oct 1903
Date of repeal 06 Aug 1934
Repealed by Statute Law Revision Act 1934

THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA.

 

ANNO TERTIO

EDWARDI SEPTIMI REGIS.

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No. 14 of 1903.

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

[Assented to 22nd October, 1903.]

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:—

Short title.

1. This Act may be cited as the Appropriation Act 1903–4.

Issue and application of £2,648,437.

2. The Treasurer may issue out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, and apply 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 four, the sum of Two million six hundred and forty-eight thousand four hundred and thirty-seven pounds.

F. 10665.                                                                                                                                                                              


Appropriation of supplies, £3,977,596

3. 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 as appears by the said Schedule in the aggregate to the sum of Three million nine hundred and seventy-seven thousand five hundred and ninety-six pounds, are appropriated and shall be deemed to have been appropriated as from the date of the passing of the Act No. 1 of 1903 for the purposes and services expressed in the Second Schedule.

 

 


FIRST SCHEDULE.

_____

 

 

GRANTS OUT OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND

 

Under Act No. 1 of 1903..............................................

£75,000

Under Act No. 5 of 1903..............................................

595,659

Under Act No. 10 of 1903............................................

658,500

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

2,648,437

 

£3,977,596

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECOND

           


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

SECOND SCHEDULE.

________________

 

ABSTRACT.

 

______

"Transferred."

"Other."

Total.

 

£

£

£

I.—The Parliament...................................................

...

30,305

30,305

II.—The Department of External Affairs.................

3,600

34,635

38,235

III.—The Attorney-General's Department................

...

7,165

7,165

IV.—The Department of Home Affairs...................

82,518

130,621

213,139

V.—The Department of the Treasury.......................

8,300

27,378

35,678

VI.—The Department of Trade and Customs...........

255,196

5,000

260,196

VII.—The Department of Defence...........................

657,804

19,775

677,579

VIII.—The Postmaster-General's Department...........

2,454,952

5,347

2,460,299

 

3,462,370

260,226

3,722,596

 

 

3,722,596

Refunds of Revenue..............................

55,000

 

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

200,000

 

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

£3,977,596

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

f. 10665.                                                                                                                                                                                B

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

I.                   –THE PARLIAMENT.

 

_____

"Other."

 

£

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

6,782

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

8,267

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

7,044

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

2,988

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

570

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

300

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

1,512

QUEEN'S HALL.............................................................................

604

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

532

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

1,706

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

30,305

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

I.                   —THE PARLIAMENT.

Number of Persons.

 

"Other."

 

Division No. 1.

£

 

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 and Paying Officer........................................

750

1

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

550

1

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

420

1

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

200

1

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

235

1

President's Messenger............................................................

204

3

Senior Messengers, at £188....................................................

564

4

Junior Messengers, at £156....................................................

624

16

 

6,047

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Office Cleaners.................................................................

200

2. Select Committees—Expenses, including Allowances to Witnesses

100

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

25

4. Office Requisites, exclusive of Writing Paper and Envelopes

100

5. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including Cost of Printing and Embossing thereon........................................................

125

6. Account, Record, and other Books, including Cost of Material, Printing, and Binding....................................................

25

7. Travelling Expenses............................................................

50

8. Bank Exchange...................................................................

10

9. Incidental and Petty Cash Expenditure...............................

100

 

735

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

6,782

 

* With quarters, fuel, light, and water                                                                  B 2


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

I. —The Parliamentcontinued.

Number of Persons.

 

"Other.

 

Division No. 2.

£

 

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

Serjeant-at-Arms, Clerk of Committees, and Paying Officer for the House, the Library, and Hansard Departments...................

550

1

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

420

1

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

350

1

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

300

1

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

200

1

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

80

 

Serjeant-at-Arms Staff.

 

1

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

235

1

Speaker's Messenger.....................................................................

204

3

Senior Messengers, at £188..........................................................

564

4

Junior Messengers, at £156..........................................................

624

 

To Provide for Increments and Adjustment of Salaries................

60

19

 

6,837

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Office Cleaners, including service for Hansard Department 

660

2. Select Committees — Expenses, including Allowances to Witnesses  

100

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

25

4. Office Requisites, exclusive of Writing Paper and Envelopes

150

5. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including cost of Printing and Embossing thereon..........................................................

125

6. Account, Record, and other Books, including Cost of Material, Printing, and Binding.......................................................

25

7. Other Printing.....................................................................

25

8. Travelling Expenses...........................................................

50

9. Temporary Assistance........................................................

20

10. Supply of Newspapers.......................................................

            30

11. Bank Exchange..................................................................

20

12. Incidental and Petty Cash Expenditure...............................

200

 

1,430

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

8,267

* With quarters, fuel, light, and water.— † If returned again to Parliament, salary to continue, notwithstanding the dissolution, until the meeting of the new Parliament.


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

I. —The Parliamentcontinued.

Number of Persons.

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

"Other."

 

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 and Accountant.....................................................

200

1

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

166

12

 

5,666

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Sessional Typists, at £4 10s. per week................................

1,100

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

100

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

10

4. Office Requisites, exclusive of Writing Paper and Envelopes

50

5. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including Cost of Printing and Embossing thereon...........................................................

5

6. Account, Record, and other Books, including Cost of Material, Printing, and Binding.......................................................

3

7. Other Printing......................................................................

10

8. Travelling Expenses.............................................................

50

9. Incidental and Petty Cash Expenditure................................

50

 

1,378

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

________

7,044

Division No. 4.

 

 

THE LIBRARY.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

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

500

1

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

188

1

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

130

3

 

818

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Books and Bookbinding, including insurance against fire..

1,000

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

700

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

60

4. Stationery............................................................................

50

5. Temporary Assistance.........................................................

260

6. Incidental and Petty Cash Expenditure................................

100

 

2,170

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

2,988

 

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

I. —The Parliamentcontinued.

Number of Persons.

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES— continued.

"Other."

 

JOINT HOUSE COMMITTEE.

 

 

Division No. 5.

£

 

Refreshment Rooms.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

Steward..........................................................................................

182

1

Assistant Steward...........................................................................

130

1

Principal Cook...............................................................................

208

3

 

520

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

50

 

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

570

___________

 

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

___________

 

Division No. 7.

 

Electric Lighting, Repairs, etc.

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

No. 1. Railway Department—Supply of Electric Light.....................

450

2. Annual Charge for interest and up-keep of plant for supplying Electric Light..................................................................................

512

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

150

4. Maintenance, Repairs, Painting, Furniture, and Sanitary Services

400

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

1,512

___________

 

Division No. 8.

 

QUEEN'S HALL.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

Senior Messenger

188

1

Junior Messenger

156

1

Cleaner

110

3

 

454

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Telephone Service

150

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

604

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

I. —The Parliamentcontinued.

Number of Persons.

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES— continued.

"Other."

 

Division No. 9.

£

 

PARLIAMENT GARDENS.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

Foreman Gardener                                                                          

168

2

Gardeners, at £132 per annum                                                        

264

3

 

432

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Incidental Expenses...............................................................

100

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

532

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Division No. 10.

 

MISCELLANEOUS.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

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

235

1

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

156

1

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

65

3

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

456

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Fuel and Gas.........................................................................

700

2. Incidental Expenses...............................................................

350

Subdivision No. 3.

1,050

For the purchase of a Bust of the first Governor-General................

200

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

1,706

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

30,305

 

 

 

.


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

II. –THE DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS.

 

_______

"Transferred."

"Other."

Total.

 

£

£

£

ADMINISTRATIVE

...

8,700

8,700

FEDERAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

...

2,635

2,635

ADMINISTRATION OF NEW GUINEA

...

20,000

20,000

MAIL SERVICE TO PACIFIC ISLANDS

3,600

2,400

6,000

MISCELLANEOUS

...

900

900

 

3,600

34,635

38,235

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

II. —THE DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 11.

"Other."

 

 

 

 

£

 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

 

Salaries.

 

 

1

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

800

 

1

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

450

 

10

Clerks—1 at £350, 1 at £300, 1 at £260, 1 at £180, 1 at £160, 2 at £140, 1 at £120, 1 at £100, 1 at £40........................................

1,790

 

1

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

175

 

2

Messengers—1 at £140, 1 at £60....................................................

200

 

 

To provide for increments and adjustment of Salaries....................

50

 

15

 

3,465

 

Subdivision No. 2.

 

Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Telegrams (beyond Commonwealth).....................................

1,200

2. Printing and Distribution (including Postage) of Commonwealth Gazette............................................................................................

1,500

3. Printing and Distribution (including Postage) of Commonwealth Statutes to State Governments..............................................................

500

4. Immigration Restriction Act—Interpreters' Fees, Legal and other Expenses............................................................................................

750

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

400

6. Office Requisites, exclusive of Writing Paper and Envelopes..

40

7. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including cost of Printing and Embossing thereon................................................................................

120

8. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of Material, Printing, and Binding.........................................................................

25

9. Other Printing........................................................................

120

10. Travelling Expenses...............................................................

280

11. Temporary Assistance............................................................

100

12. Incidental and Petty Cash Expenses.......................................

200

 

5,235

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

8,700

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

II.— The Department of External Affairscontinued.

Number of Persons.

 

"Other.

 

Division No. 12.

 

 

FEDERAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

£

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

Salaries.

 

1

The Official Secretary to the Governor-General and Secretary to the Federal Executive Council........................................................................

600

1

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

400

1

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

120

1

Typewriter and Messenger...............................................................

140

4

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

1,260

Subdivision No. 2.

 

Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Official Printing, Stationery, Travelling, Telegrams, and other Incidental Expenditure for Governor-General.....................................................

1,000

2. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including cost of Embossing and Printing thereon       

25

3. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of Material, Printing, and Binding......................................................................................

20

4. Postage and Inter-State Telegrams........................................

250

5. Office Requisites, exclusive of Writing Paper and Envelopes

5

6. Incidental and Petty Cash Expenses.....................................

25

7. Temporary Assistance.........................................................

 

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

50

 

1,375

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

2,635

____________

 

Division No. 13.

 

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

20,000

 

 

 

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

II. —The Department of External Affairscontinued.

 

"Transferred."

"Other."

Division No. 14.

 

 

MAIL SERVICE TO PACIFIC ISLANDS.

£

£

No. 1. Subsidy towards Mail Service to New Hebrides, Banks, Santa Cruz, and Solomon Groups..............................................

3,600

 

2. Additional Subsidy granted on condition that Black Labour is not used...........................................................................

...

400

3. Additional Subsidy for Extension of the Services..............

...

2,000

 

3,600

2,400

___________

 

 

Division No. 14a.

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS.

 

 

No. 1. Payment to Customs Department for services of officers employed in connexion with the Immigration Restriction Act........................................................................................

...

900

 

...

900

3,600

34,635

Total Department of External Affairs....

 

38,235

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III.–THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

 

_______

"Other.

 

£

SECRETARY'S OFFICE..............................................................

2,365

CROWN SOLICITOR'S OFFICE.................................................

            2,300

THE HIGH COURT.....................................................................

2,500

 

7,165

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

III.— THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

Number of Persons.

Division No 15,

"Other."

 

SECRETARY'S OFFICE.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

1

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

800

1

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

500

1

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

100

1

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

40

1

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

140

5

 

1,580

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Books for Departmental Library.........................................

500

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

50

3. Office Requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes

30

4. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon.............................................................................

25

5. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of material, printing, and binding......................................................................

20

6. Other Printing.....................................................................

10

7. Travelling Expenses............................................................

60

8. Temporary Assistance.........................................................

50

9. Incidental and Petty Cash Expenditure..............................

40

 

785

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

2,365

 

Division No. 16.

 

 

CROWN SOLICITOR'S OFFICE.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

l

Crown Solicitor..................................................................................

800

...

Clerks.................................................................................................

550

 

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

1,350

 


 

For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

III. —The Attorney-General's Departmentcontinued.

Division No. 16.

"Other."

CROWN SOLICITOR'S OFFICE— continued.

£

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

1,350

Subdivision No 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Law Books...........................................................................

150

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

60

3. Office Requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes 

35

4. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon.......................................................................................

35

5. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of material, printing, and binding............................................................................

35

6. Other Printing......................................................................

25

7. Travelling Expenses............................................................

50

8. Temporary Assistance.........................................................

40

9. Incidental and Petty Cash Expenditure................................

70

10. Professional Assistance.......................................................

450

 

950

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

2,300

___________

 

Division No. 17.

 

THE HIGH COURT.

 

Subdivision No. 1.— Salaries.

 

Registrars, Marshal, and Officers.................................................

1,500

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Law Books...........................................................................

400

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

50

3. Office Requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes 

100

4. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon.......................................................................................

60

5. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of printing, material, and binding...........................................................................

50

6. Other Printing.......................................................................

40

7. Travelling Expenses.............................................................

200

8. Temporary Assistance..........................................................

 

9. Incidental and Petty Cash Expenditure.................................

100

 

1,000

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

2,500

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

7,165

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

IV.— THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS.

 

 

"Transferred."

"Other."

Total.

 

£

£

£

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

...

8,344

8,344

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

...

3,934

3,934

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

...

10,432

10,432

PUBLIC WORKS STAFF...............................

8,000

6,085

14,085

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

74,518

6,289

80,807

GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S ESTABLISHMENT

...

6,015

6,015

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

...

89,522

89,522

 

82,518

130,621

213,139

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

IV. —THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 18.

"Other."

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

1

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

750

1

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

600

1

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

550

1

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

450

1

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

250

1

Examiner of Accounts.....................................................................................................

250

1

Paying Officer....................................................................................................................

211

7

Clerks, at Salaries not exceeding £225 per annum.....................................................

1,023

1

Typist..................................................................................................................................

84

2

Junior Clerks, at £40 per annum....................................................................................

80

4

Messengers—One at £175, one at £80, one at £50, and one at £39 per annum..

344

1

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

104

1

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

52

 

To provide for Increments and Adjustment of Salaries............................................

57

23

 

4,805

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Postage and Telegrams............................................................................................................

750

2. Office Requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes...........................................

100

3. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon........

100

4. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of material, printing, and binding

125

5. Other Printing............................................................................................................................

50

6. Travelling Expenses.................................................................................................................

500

7. Temporary Assistance.............................................................................................................

500

8. Legal Expenses.........................................................................................................................

50

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

250

10. Bank; Exchange payable in respect of the business of the Department within the Commonwealth   

35

11. Office Cleaners.........................................................................................................................

829

12. Incidentals and Petty Cash Expenditure..............................................................................

250

 

3,539

Total Division No. 18.........................................

8,344

____________

 

 

Division No. 19.

 

 

ELECTORAL OFFICE.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

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

450

1

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

350

3

Clerks, at salaries not exceeding £211 per annum.....................................................

542

1

Commonwealth Electoral Officer for the State of Tasmania, also acting as Public Works Officer and Deputy Public Service Inspector, including arrears, £42

542

1

Clerk to Commonwealth Electoral Officer, &c..........................................................

200

7

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

2,084

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

IV. —The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

Division No. 19.

"Other."

ELECTORAL OFFICE—continued.

£

Brought forward

2,084

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Postage and Telegrams.................................................................

50

2. Office Requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes.......

400

3. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon         

100

4. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of material, printing, and binding  

150

5. Travelling Expenses.....................................................................

500

6. Temporary Assistance..................................................................

500

7. Incidental and Petty Cash Expenditure.........................................

150

 

1,850

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

3,934

__________

 

Number of Persons.

Division No. 20.

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

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

600

1

Registrar..................................................................................................

400

1

Examiner................................................................................................

350

5

Clerks, at salaries not exceeding £260

1,040

3

Junior Clerks, at £40 per annum.............................................................

120

5

Clerks, at salaries not exceeding £250, for Inspectors' Offices............... .

1,155

1

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

110

1

Junior Messenger....................................................................................

42

 

To provide for Increments and adjustment of Salaries............................

65

18

 

3,882

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Postage and Telegrams.................................................................

800

2. Office Requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes.......

100

3. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon................................................................................................

100

4. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of material, printing, and binding.....................................................................................

100

5. Other printing...............................................................................

1,000

6. Travelling expenses......................................................................

1,500

7. Temporary assistance...................................................................

500

8. Expenses—Courts of Inquiry.......................................................

250

9. Expenses—Boards of Appeal......................................................

500

10. Expenses of holding examinations, including advertising..........

1,000

11. Other advertising........................................................................

150

12. Incidental and petty cash expenditure........................................

500

13. Expenses, Election Divisional Representatives...........................

50

 

6,550

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

10,432

F. 10665.                                                                                                                                 C


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

IV. —The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 21.

"Transferred."

"Other."

 

 

£

£

 

PUBLIC WORKS STAFF.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

1

Inspector-General of Works...................................................

...

1,000

2

Superintendents' of Works, at salaries not exceeding £600 per annum..............................................................................

...

1,200

1

Chief Draughtsman................................................................

...

300

1

Draughtsman..........................................................................

...

175

2

Junior Draughtsmen, at £75 per annum.................................

...

150

1

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

...

400

3

Clerks; at Salaries not exceeding £225 per annum.................

...

550

1

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

...

80

12

 

...

3,855

Subdivision No. 2.—CONTINGENCIES.

 

 

No. 1. Postage and Telegrams...............................................

...

450

2. Office Requisites, exclusive of Writing Paper and Envelopes

...

40

3. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon..................................................

...

50

4. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of material, printing, and binding...............................................

...

45

5. Lithography and Blue Printing...................................

...

50

6. Other Printing.............................................................

...

50

7. Travelling Expenses...................................................

...

300

8. Temporary Assistance................................................

...

100

9. Incidental and Petty Cash Expenditure.......................

...

145

 

...

1,230

Subdivision No. 3.

 

 

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

8,000

1,000

Total Division No. 21.............

8,000

6,085

 

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

IV.— The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

Division No. 22.

 

 

 

 

"Transferred."

WORKS AND BUILDINGS.

 

 

No. 1.

No. 2.

No. 3.

No. 4.

£

Subdivision No 1.

Rent.

Repairs and Maintenance.

Fittings and Furniture.

Electric Light and Telephones.

 

£

£

£

£

 

NEW SOUTH WALES.

 

 

 

 

 

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

527

580

100

300

1,507

Defence

Military..................................

2,383

7,747

100

240

10,470

Naval.............................................. l

...

100

10

21

131

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

9,500

9,000

3,500

...

22,000

 

12,410

17,427

3,710

561

34,108

VICTORIA.

 

 

 

 

 

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

31

350

50

233

664

Defence

Military.............................................. y

671

4,040

350

200

5,261

Naval.....................................

...

1,503

...

23

1,526

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

2,200

2,750

1,550

...

6,500

 

2,902

8,643

1,950

456

13;951

QUEENSLAND.

 

 

 

 

 

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

...

600

60

90

750

Defence

Military..................................

320

1,790

100

150

2,360

Naval.....................................

221

200

...

36

457

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

1,500

2,500

1,000

...

5,000

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

2,041

5,090

1,160

276

8,567

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

428

250

50

106

834

Defence

Military..................................

193

1,995

160

88

2,436

Naval.....................................

...

510

...

30

540

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

650

1,000

200

...

1,850

Do., Northern Territory..................

10

300

50

...

360

 

1,281

4,055

460

224

6,020

WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

 

 

 

 

 

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

310

300

200

252

1,062

Defence (Military).........................

254

986

100

46

1,386

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

750

3,600

1,000

...

5,350

 

1,314

4,886

1,300

298

7,798

TASMANIA.

 

 

 

 

 

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

...

75

275

75

425

Defence (Military).........................

182

600

50

67

899

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

...

1,500

1,250

...

2,750

 

182

2,175

1,575

142

4,074

Total Subdivision No. 1 (carried forward)...............................................

20,130

42,276

10,155

1,957

74,518

 

                                                            C2


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

IV. —The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

Division No. 22.

"Transferred."

"Other.'

 

 

£

£

WORKS AND BUILDINGS—continued.

 

 

 

 

No. 1.

No. 2.

No. 3.

No. 4.

 

 

 

Rent.

Repairs and Maintenance.

Fittings and Furniture.

Electric Light and Telephones.

 

 

 

£

£

£

£

 

 

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

20,130

42,276

10,155

1,957

74,518

 

Subdivision No. 2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEW SOUTH WALES

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

600

50

70

115

...

835

VICTORIA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

150

800

...

6

...

956

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

...

...

100

70

...

170

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

250

 

...450

50

...

750

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

944

35

100

147

...

1,226

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

400

50

130

74

...

654

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

...

...

15

5

...

20

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

212

10

250

88

...

560

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

108

250

50

...

...

408

 

2,064

1,145

1,095

440

...

4,744

QUEENSLAND.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

...

...

50

10

...

60

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

...

...

200

10

...

210

WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

200

...

20

10

...

230

TASMANIA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

...

...

200

10

...

210

Total Subdivision No. 2

2,864

1,195

1,635

595

...

6,289

 

 

 

 

 

74,518

6,289

Total Division No. 22

22,994

43,471

11,790

2,552

80,807

 

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

IV. —The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

Division No. 23.

 

"Transferred."

"Other."

GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S ESTABLISHMENT.

 

 

 

 

 

£

£

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

 

Sydney Government House.

 

 

    No. 1. Caretakers, Charwomen, and Miscellaneous Expenditure

£750

 

 

2. Maintenance—House............................................

300

 

 

3. ....................... Grounds.........................................

850

 

 

4. Insurance...............................................................

100

 

 

5. Telephones............................................................

100

 

 

6. Postal Charges.......................................................

50

 

 

7. China and Glass.....................................................

50

 

 

8. Fittings, &c............................................................

100

 

 

9. Flags......................................................................

25

 

 

10. Orderlies................................................................

25

 

 

11. Lighting on Public Occasions and for Offices, &c.

150

 

 

 

...

2,500

Subdivision No. 2.

 

 

 

Melbourne Government House.

 

 

No.  1. Caretakers, Charwomen, and Miscellaneous Expenditure

£550

 

 

 2. Maintenance—House...............................................

700

 

 

3............................ Grounds.........................................

999

 

 

 4. Insurance..................................................................

126

 

 

 5. Telephones...............................................................

135

 

 

 6. Postal Charges..........................................................

240

 

 

 7. China and Glass........................................................

150

 

 

 8. Flags.........................................................................

50

 

 

 9. Orderlies...................................................................

50

 

 

  10. Fittings and Furniture................................................

215

 

 

  11. Lighting on Public Occasions and for Offices, &c...

300

 

 

 

         —

...

3,515

Total Division No. 23

...

...

6,015

__________

 

 

 

Division No. 24.

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

No. 1. Expenses in connexion with choosing the Site of the Capital of the Commonwealth..............................................................................

 

 

1,500

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

 

10,000

3. Expenses in connexion with Valuation of Properties taken over from the States (re-vote)................................................................

 

2,000

4. Fire Insurance...................................................................................

 

400

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

 

500

Carried forward

 

14,400


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

IV. —The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

Division No. 24.

"Transferred."

"Other."

MISCELLANEOUS— continued.

£

£.

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

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

...

14,400

No. 6. Expenses in connexion with the introduction of the Commonwealth Electoral Act, including the preparation and printing of Electoral Rolls, and Electoral Registration.................................................

...

30,000

7. Cost of Commonwealth Elections......................................

...

45,000

8. Expenses of Engineering Experts Transcontinental Railway   

...

20

9. Royal Commission Bonuses on Manufactures...................

...

100

10. Cost of holding first Commonwealth Elections..................

...

2

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

...

89,522

 

82,518

130,621

Total Department of Home Affairs

213,139

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

V.— THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY.

 

__________

"Transferred."

"Other."

Total.

 

£

£

£

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

...

7,154

7,154

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

8,050

5,281

13,331

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

...

14,193

14,193

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

...

...

...

UNFORESEEN EXPENDITURE.......................

250

750

1,000

 

8,300

27,378

35,678

 

 

35,678

REFUNDS OF REVENUE................................

55,000

55,000

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

200,000

200,000

 

290,678

290,678

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

V. —THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY.

Number of Persons.

 

"Transferred."

"Other."

 

Division No. 25.

 

 

 

 

£

£

 

THE TREASURY.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

 

Salaries.

 

 

1

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

...

750

1

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

...

420

1

Chief Clerk—Correspondence Branch.................................

...

335

1

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

...

310

7

1 Senior Clerk (Correspondence Branch), at £260; 1 Public Ledger-keeper, at £235; 5 Ledger-keepers, viz.:—3 at £235, and 2 at £210.......................................................................

...

1,670

9

Clerks, viz.:—2 at £140; 1 at £80; 1 at £60; 2 at £50 (and at £60, 1 from 1.11.03, and 1 from 1.12.03); 3 at £40 (£50 from 1.1.04) To provide for Increments and Adjustment of Salaries

...

618

 

 

 

...

223

20

 

...

4,326

Subdivision No. 2.

 

 

Contingencies.

 

 

No. 1. Allowances to State Officers acting as Officers of Commonwealth Sub-Treasuries..................................

...

1,385

 

2. Office Cleaning.............................................................          

...

58

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

...

400

4. Office Requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes  

...

40

5. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon.....................................................

...

70

6. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of material, printing, and binding..................................................

...

100

7. Other Printing................................................................

...

100

8. Travelling Expenses.......................................................

...

75

9. Temporary Assistance...................................................

...

100

10. Bank Exchange.............................................................

...

300

11. Incidental and Petty Cash Expenditure..........................

...

200

 

...

2,828

Total Division No. 25...................

...

7,154

 

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

V. —The Department of the Treasury—continued.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 26.

"Transferred."

"Other."

 

AUDIT OFFICE.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

£

1

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

...

560

1

Senior Clerk—Expenditure Branch........................................

...

310

12

Clerks and Inspectors—3 at £310, 1 at £260, 1 at £210, 1 at £160, 1 at £110, 2 at £50 (£60 from 1.9.03), and 3 at £40 (£50 from 1.1.04).............................................................

...

1,925

1

Senior Clerk—Revenue Branch.............................................

...

310

1

Clerk and Inspector................................................................

...

210

1

Senior Clerk — Record and Correspondence Branch............

...

210

2

Clerks—1 at £140 (£160 from 1.1.04), and 1 at £100 (£120 from 1.9.03)..............................................................................

...

267

1

Messenger and Caretaker, £100 (less quarters, £13)..............

...

87

 

To provide for increments and adjustment of Salaries...........

...

245

 

 

 

4,124

 

Deduct from "Other" and add to "Transferred" a portion of above

400

400

20

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

400

3,724

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

No. 1. Proportion of Salaries and Expenses of State Audit Officers 

7,600

 

2. Remuneration to Deputy Auditors-General................

...

500

3. Office Cleaner...........................................................

...

40

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

...

110

5. Office Requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes 

...

80

6. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon..................................................

...

25

7. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of material, printing, and binding...............................................

...

80

8. Other printing.............................................................

...

70

9. Travelling Expenses...................................................

...

400

10. Temporary Assistance...............................................

...

100

11. Bank Exchange.........................................................

...

2

12. Incidental and Petty Cash Expenditure......................

...

200

 

 

1,607

Deduct from "Other" and add to "Transferred" a portion of above   

50

50

 

7,650

1,557

Total Division No. 26.............

8,050

5,281

 

 

13,331


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

V. —The Department of the Treasurycontinued.

 

"Transferred."

"Other."

Division No. 27.

£

£

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........................................................

£4,500

 

 

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

2,100

 

 

Gratuities to Officers engaged in excess of office hours        

500

 

 

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

2,200

 

 

 

 

...

9,300

 

 

 

9,450

Subdivision No. 2.

 

 

Contingencies.

 

 

No. 1. Paper and Parchment....................................................

...

2,200

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

...

150

3. Type.............................................................................

...

500

4. Bookbinders' Materials, Stores, and Printing Ink...........

...

300

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

...

400

6. Cartage..........................................................................

...

183

7. Distribution of Hansard and Parliamentary Papers.......

...

800

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

...

50

9. Office Requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes 

...

10

10. Writing Paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon.....................................................

...

25

11. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of material, printing, and binding..................................................

...

30

12. Other Printing...............................................................

...

20

13. Incidental and Petty Cash Expenditure.........................

...

75

 

...

4,743

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

...

14,193

 

 

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

V. —The Department of the Treasurycontinued.

 

"Transferred."

"Other."

Division No. 28.

£

£

UNFORESEEN EXPENDITURE.............................................

250

750

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

8,300

27,378

__________

35,678

Division No. 29.

 

REFUNDS OF REVENUE.......................................................

55,000

__________

 

Division No. 30.

 

ADVANCE TO THE TREASURER.

 

To enable the Treasurer to make advances to Public Officers and to meet expenditure, particulars of which will afterwards be included in a Parliamentary Appropriation.........................................

200,000

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

290,678

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

 

 

 

 

VI. —THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.

 

"Transferred.'

"Other."

Total.

 

£

£

£

MINISTER'S OFFICE........................................

...

5,000

5,000

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF—

 

 

 

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

68,376

...

68,376

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

61,638

...

61,638

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

57,526

...

57,526

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

25,046

...

25,046

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

33,287

...

33,287

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

9,323

...

9,323

 

255,196

5,000

260,196

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

VI.— THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 31.

"Transferred."

"Other."

 

MINISTER'S OFFICE.

 

 

 

 

£

 £

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

1

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

...

1,200

1

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

...

600

10

Senior Clerk at £300; Clerks:—1 at £250, 1 at £200, 2 at £160, 1 at £149, 1 at £140, 1 at £130, 1 at £116, 1 at £40 (£50 from.1.1.04)...........................................................................................

...

1,650

 

 

...

3,450

 

To provide for Increments and Adjustment of Salaries

...

30

12

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

...

3,480

Subdivision No. 2.— Contingencies.

...

 

No. 1. Postage and Telegrams.................................................

...

600

2. Office Requisites, exclusive of Writing-paper and Envelopes           

...

40

3. Writing-paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon....................................................

...

40

4. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of material, printing, and binding.................................................

...

40

5. Other Printing...............................................................

...

125

6. Travelling Expenses.....................................................

...

150

7. Other Stores, Fuel, Light, and Water............................

...

10

8. Temporary Assistance..................................................

...

65

9. Miscellaneous and Incidental.......................................

...

450

 

...

1,520

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

...

5,000

__________

 

 

 

CUSTOMS AND EXCISE.

 

 

 

Division No. 32.

 

 

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.................................................

 

 

1

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

920

 

1

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

700

 

1

Warehouse-keeper....................................................................

500

 

1

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

600

 

1

Landing Surveyor.....................................................................

485

 

5

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

3,205

 

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

VI. —The Department Of Trade and Customscontinued.

Number of, Persons.

Division No. 32.

'Transferred."

"Other."

 

CUSTOMS AND EXCISE.

£

£

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES—continued.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

5

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

3,205

 

4

Assistant Landing Surveyor at £450; Accountant at £450; Cashier at £425; Tide Surveyor at £400...............................

 

 

28

10 Sub-Collectors, viz.:—5 at £350, 1 at £325, 4 at £300; 11 Landing Waiters, viz.:—5 at £350, 3 at £325, 3 at £300; 5 Clerks, viz.:—1 at £350; 3 at £325, 1 at £300; Inspector of Distilleries at £325; Inspector of Tobacco Factories at £300

 

10,875

 

78

16 Clerks, viz.:—2 at £290, 2 at £250, 3 at £240, 1 at £230, 1 at £225, 7 at £200; Jerquer at £280; 27 Landing Waiters, viz.:—5 at £275, 4 at £250, 4 at £225, 3 at £210, 10 at £200, 1 at £175; 19 Lockers, viz.:—4 at £250, 5 at £225, 1 at £220, 9 at £200; 10 Sub-Collectors, viz.:—4 at £250, 1 at £240, 2at £225, 2 at £210, 1 at £200; 4 Excise Inspectors, viz.:—3 at £240, 1 at £220; Detective at £200......................................

17,515*

 

104

52 Clerks, viz.:—3 at £190, 2 at £180, 8 at £160, 9 at £140, 9 at £130 (£140 from 1st January, 1904), 21 at £120 (2 for 9 months only); Typewriter at £160; 45 Lockers, viz.:—8 at £175, 1 at £170, 32 at £160; 3 at £150 (for 9 months only), 1 at £120; 3 Assistant Landing Waiters at £160; 2 Tide Surveyors' Assistants, viz.:—1 at £175, 1 at £160; Excise Inspector at £175.................................................................

17,751

 

26

Clerks, viz.:—6 at £130 (1 for 9 months only), 1 at £100, 16 at £80, 3 at £60........................................................................

 

 

85

Officer of Customs at £166; Sub-Collector at £120; 12 Searchers, viz.:—1 at £160, 11 at £110; 19 Tide Waiters, viz.:—2 at £150, 1 at £144, 12 at £130, 3 at £120 (1 for 9 months only), 1 at £110; 2 Engine-drivers at £150; 23 Messengers, viz.:—1 at £150, 10 at £110, 1 at £96 (for 9 months only), 5 at £52, 1 at £39, 5 at £25; 10 Boatmen, viz.:—8 at £133, 1 at £120, 1 at £100; 14 Watchmen, viz.:—1 at £144, 1 at £132, 2 at £124, 10 at £120; Porter at'£110; Lift Attendant at £114; Switch Attendant at £110......................

 

9,380†

 

9

Officers for 3 months only:—1 at £300, 1 at £290, 1 at  £215, 1 at £200, 3 at £175, 1 at £160, 1 at £120.............................. ............................................................................................

454

 

 

To provide for Increments and Adjustment of Salaries

500

 

339

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

59,680

 

*£95 deducted for quarters.–† £108 deducted for quarters.


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

VI. —The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Division No. 32.

"Transferred."

"Other.''

CUSTOMS AND EXCISE.

£

£

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES—continued.

 

 

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

59,680

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

No. 1. Postage and Telegrams...........................................................

350

 

2. Office Requisites, exclusive of Writing-paper and Envelopes...........

60

 

3. Writing-paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon................................................................................

86

 

4. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of material, printing, and binding..........................................................................

451

 

5. Other Printing.........................................................................

505

 

6. Bank Exchange......................................................................

358

 

7. Travelling Expenses...............................................................

1,599

 

8. Other Stores, Fuel, Light, and Water......................................

572

 

9. Forage, Sustenance, Quarters, and other Allowances.............

780

 

10. Temporary Assistance, including £1,000 for cost of officers under Excise Act......................................................................................

2,000

 

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

1,435

 

12. Miscellaneous and Incidentals................................................

500

 

Overtime paid for by the Public..............................................

...*

 

 

8,696

 

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

68,376

 

__________

 

 

 

 

 

Number of Persons.

Division No. 33.

 

 

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF VICTORIA.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

1

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

750

 

1

Analyst.............................................................................................

285

 

3

Chief Clerk at £750; Senior Landing Surveyor at £560; Inspector at £650.............................................................................................

1,960

 

4

Chief Inspector of Distilleries and Excise at £535; Accountant at £485; Warehouse-keeper at £485; Landing Surveyor at £460................

1,965

 

24

15 Landing Waiters, viz.:—4 at £485, 1 at £450, 10 at £360; Receiver at £450; Jerquer at £360; Tide Inspector at £360; Sub-Collector at £360; 5 Clerks at £360.............................................

9,244†

 

33

Carried forward

14,204

 

* Receipts in 1903–4 to be credited to and payments made from Trust Fund.—† £76 deducted for quarters.


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

VI. —The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Number of Persons.

 

"Transferred."

"Other."

 

 

£

£

 

Division No. 33.

 

 

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF VICTORIA—continued.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

33

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

14,204

 

 

 

 

 

71

Paying Officer at £325; Sub-Collector at £300; 2 Tide Surveyors, viz.:—1 at £325, 1 at £300; 10 Assistant Landing Waiters, viz.:—1 at £325, 1 at £300, 6 at £235, 2 at £185; 21 Clerks, viz.:—1 at £350, 3 at £325, 5 at £300, 1 at £260, 10 at £235, 1 at £185; 18 Lockers, viz.:—1 at £250 (including allowance), 7 at £198, 10 at £185; 4 Drawback Officers at £185; 14 Inspectors of Distilleries, viz.:—1 at £325, 1 at £300, 11 at £235, 1 at £210..................................................

16,891*

 

115

4 Tide Waiters, viz.:—2 at £200, 1 at £185, 1 (acting) at £140; 59 Clerks, viz.:—28 at £200, 1 at £160, 2 at £150, 1 at £145, 6 at £144, 1 at £143, 1 at £139, 1 at £135, 1 at £126, 1 at £123, 4 at £120, 3 at £116, 1 at £114, 1 at £60, 1 at £55, 6 at £45; 52 Weighers, viz.:—1 at £175, 2 at £168, 1 at £166, 1 at £162, 32 at £144, 1 at £140, 1 at £138, 1 at £135, 5 at £132, 1 at £126, 4 at £120, 2 at £45..............................

17,003

 

2

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

410

 

3

Softgoods Expert at £350; 2 Tea Experts at £252......................

854

 

2

Excise Officers, viz.:—1 at £250 (including allowance), 1 at £168....................................................................................

418

 

1

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

132†

 

12

Watchmen, viz.:—1 at £168, 3 at £144, 3 at £142, 1 at £132, 1 at £127, 1 at £110 (for 9 months only), 2 at £104 (£110 from 1.1.04).........................................................................

1,582

 

1

Labourer...................................................................................

110

 

9

Messengers, viz.:—1 at £120, 2 at £110, 1 at £53, 1 at £48, 3 at £42, 1 at £32........................................................................

599

 

3

Engine-drivers, viz.:—2 at £156, 1 at £147...............................

459

 

3

Coxswains, viz.:—1 at £180, 2 at £150.....................................

480

 

5

Boatmen at £144.......................................................................

720

 

2

Boys, viz.:—1 at £110, 1 at £54................................................

164

 

1

Officer at £144 (for 3 months only)..........................................

36

 

 

To provide for Increments and Adjustment of Salaries

625

 

263

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

54,687

 

* £30 deducted for quarters.—† With quarters.


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

VI. —The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

DIVISION No. 33.

"Transferred."

"Other

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF VICTORIA—continued.

£

 

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

54,687

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

No. 1. Postage and Telegrams ...................................................................

400

 

2. Office Requisites, exclusive of Writing-paper and Envelopes ........

100

 

3. Writing-paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon         

90

 

4. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of material, printing, and binding  

200

 

5. Other Printing..................................................................................

450

 

6. Bank Exchange...............................................................................

10

 

7. Travelling Expenses........................................................................

1,400

 

8. Other Stores, Fuel, Light, Water......................................................

800

 

9. Forage, Sustenance, Quarters, and other allowances.......................

801

 

10. Temporary Assistance.....................................................................

300

 

11. Protection of Revenue.....................................................................

1,400

 

12. Miscellaneous and Incidentals.........................................................

1,000

 

Overtime paid for by the Public.......................................................

...*

 

 

6,951

 

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

61,638

 

_________

 

 

Number of Persons.

Division No. 34.

 

 

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF QUEENSLAND.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

1

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

750

 

7

Landing Surveyor, at £460; 6 Sub-Collectors, viz.:—1 at £500, 2 at £430, 3 at £400.....................................................................................

 

18

Chief Clerk, at £310; 7 Sub-Collectors, viz.:—1 at £375, 1 at £360 (for 3 months only), 4 at £350, 1 at £330; Accountant, at £360; 3 Landing Waiters, viz.:— 1 at £350, 1 at £325, 1 at £300; Senior Inspector of Excise, at £380; 5 Clerks, viz.:—1 at £350, 1 at £320, 3 at £300.............................................

8,810

 

51

9 Landing Waiters, viz.:—2 at £260, 1 at £245, 1 at £235, 3 at £230, 2 at £200; Sub-Collector, at £260; Tide Surveyor, at £240; 6 Inspectors of Excise, viz.:— 3 at £260, 1 at £220, 2 at £200; 31 Clerks, viz.:— 1 at £275, 1 at £270, 1 at £260, 5 at £250, 1 at £245, 2 at £240, 1 at £230, 9 at £220, 1 at £215, 2 at £210, 7 at £200; 3 Lockers, at £200......................................................

11,615

 

77

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

21,175

 

* Receipts in 1903–4 to be credited to and payments made from Trust Fund.

 

F. 10665.                                                                                                                                 D


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

VI. —The Department of Trade and Customs—continued.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 34.

"Transferred."

"Other."

 

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF QUEENSLAND—continued.

£

£

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

77

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

21,175

 

139

64 Clerks, viz.:—1 at £195, 6 at £190, 4 at £180, 1 at £175, 1 at £170, 7 at £160, 4 at £140, 10 at £130 (£140 from 1.1.04), 11 at £120 (£140 from 1.1.04), 7 at £110 (and at £120, 2 from 1.8.03, 1 from 1.10.03, 1 from 1.1.04, 1 from 1.2.04, 1 from 1.4.04, 1 from 1.5.04), 1 at £100 (£110 from 1.11.03), 3 at £80 (and at £110, 1 from 1.2.04, 1 from 1.4.04), 8 at £60 (6 for 9 months only, 2 at £80 from 1.1.04); Examiner, at £130 (£140 from 1.1.04); 22 Lockers, viz.:—2 at £195, 2 at £190, 5 at £180, 6 at £170, 2 at £160, 4 at £150 (for 9 months only), 1 at £130 (£140 from 1.1.04); 2 Inspectors of Excise:—1 at £182 10s., 1 at £185 (for 9 months only); 10 Officers of Customs and Excise, viz.:—1 at £195, 4 at £175, 2 at £170, 2 at £160, 1 at £130 (£140 from 1.1.04);. 40 Tide Waiters, viz.:—1 at £195, 4 at £170 (1 for 3 months only), 30 at £160, 3 at £140, 2 at £130 (£140 from 1.1.04)......................................................................................

20,344

 

6

Coxswains, viz.:—1 at £140, 4 at £130, 1 at £120 (for 9 months only)        

 

8

Boatmen, viz.:—3 at £118, 2 at £108, 3 at £96............................

 

 

4

Storemen, viz.:—1 at £140, 1 at £130, 2 at £110..........................

2,783

 

5

Messengers, viz.:—1 at £120, 2 at £96, 1 at £50, 1 at £45

 

 

1

Night-watchman, at £110..............................................................

 

 

1

Engine-driver, at £168..................................................................

 

 

22

Officers for 3 months only:—1 at £550, 1 at £450, 1 at £440, 1 at £430, 1 at £330, 1 at £300, 1 at £280, 1 at £250, 1 at £245, 1 at £235, 1 at £220, 1 at £195, 1 at £190, 1 at £185, 1 at £180, 1 at£175, 1 at £170, 4 at £160, 1 at £130..........................................................................................

1,415

 

 

To provide for Increments and Adjustment of Salaries

960

 

263

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

46,677

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

No. 1. Postage and Telegrams........................................................

900

 

2. Office Requisites, exclusive of Writing-paper and Envelopes

275

 

3. Writing-paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon........................................................................................

130

 

4. Account, record, and other Books, including cost of material, printing, and binding.......................................................................................

450

 

5. Other Printing......................................................................

230

 

6. Bank Exchange...................................................................

100

 

 

2,085

 

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

 

 

 

46,677

 


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

 

VI. —The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Division No. 34.

"Transferred."

"Other."

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF QUEENSLAND- continued.

 

£

£

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

46,677

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

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

2,085

 

No. 7. Travelling Expenses...................................................................

750

 

8. Other Stores, Fuel, Light, and Water...........................................

664

 

9. Forage, Sustenance, Quarters and other Allowances...................

1,350

 

10. Temporary Assistance, including £2,500 for Sugar Excise Expenses

3,300

 

11. Protection of the Revenue.........................................................

1,800

 

12. Miscellaneous and Incidental.....................................................

900

 

Overtime paid for by the Public.................................................

...*

 

 

10,849

 

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

57,526

 

 

____________

 

 

 

 

Division No. 35

 

 

 

Number of Persons.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries (South Australia proper).

 

 

 

1

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

600

 

4

Accountant, at £360; Landing Surveyor, at £450; Sub-collector, at £400; Senior Inspector of Distilleries, at £450........................................

 

 

4

First Assistant Landing Surveyor, at £335; Warehouse-keeper, at £330; Sub-collector, at £335; Cashier, at £310 (for 9 months only)........

 

 

 

 

15

Chief Gauger, at £300; Second Assistant Landing Surveyor, at £285; Inspector of. Drawbacks, at £200; Gauger, at £300; 5 Landing Waiters, viz., 1 at £270, 4 at £240; Tide Surveyor, at £270; 4 Clerks, 1 at £260, 2 at £240, 1 at £235; Inspector of Distilleries, at £210..................

6,663

 

 

71

9 Landing Waiters, 1 at £200, 3 at £190, 4 at £180, 1 at £160; 3 Inspectors of Distilleries, 1 at £180, 2 at £160; Gauger, at £200; 12 Lockers, 1 at £184, 3 at £180, 2 at £160, 1 at £150, 4 at £130, 1 at £100; 32 Clerks, 1 at £200, 3 at £180, 1 at £182, 3 at £160, 1 at £151, 1 at £142, 2 at £140(1 for 9 months only), 1 at £130, 10 at £120, 1 at £116, 1 at £112, 1 at £110, 2 at £100, 1 at £91, 1 at £88; 1 at £60 (for 9 months only), 1 at £40 (£50 from 1.1.04); 4 Tide Waiters, 3 at £120, 1 at £100; 4 Boarding Officers, viz., 2 at £180, 2 at £160; Inspector of Drawbacks, at £200; Drawback Officer, at £140; Assistant Tide Surveyor, at £180; 3 Excise Officers, at £100

 

10,525

 

3

2 Watchmen—1 at £110, 1 at £104; Office-keeper, at £120..............

 

 

 

3

3 Officers for 3 months only—1 at £450, 1 at £210, 1 at £170......... ......................................................................................................

209

 

 

To provide for Increments and Adjustment of Salaries......................

345

 

101

Total Salaries—South Australia proper (carried forward)

18,342

 

 

* Receipts in 1903–4 to be credited to and payments made from Trust Fund

                                                                                                                        D2


For the Expenditure of the Year ending 30th June, 1904.

VI.— The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Division No. 35.

"Transferred."

"Other."

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA—continued.

£

£

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

18,342

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies (South Australia proper).

 

 

No. 1. Postage and Telegrams.............................................................

300

 

2. Office Requisites, exclusive of Writing-paper and Envelopes.

100

 

3. Writing-paper and Envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon.............................................................................................

75

 

4. Account, Record, and other Books, including cost of material, printing, and binding.................................................................................

150

 

5. Other Printing..........................................................................

150

 

6. Bank Exchange........................................................................

5

 

7. Travelling Expenses.................................................................

300

 

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

175

 

9. Forage, Sustenance, Quarters, and other Allowances...............

858

 

10. Temporary Assistance...........................................................

300

 

11. Protection of the Revenue.....................................................

800

 

12. Miscellaneous and Incidental.................................................

1,491

 

Overtime paid for by the Public.............................................

...*

 

 

4,704

 

Number of Persons.

Subdivision No. 3.—Salaries (Northern Territory).

 

 

1

Sub-collector.....................................................................................

400

 

1

Landing Waiter..................................................................................

300

 

1

Assistant Landing Waiter...................................................................

219

 

1

Statistical Clerk.................................................................................

165

 

1

Clerk and Messenger.........................................................................

120

 

5