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Appropriation Act 1905-6

Act No. 14 of 1905 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 June One thousand nine hundred and six and to appropriate the supplies granted for such year in this Session of the Parliament.
Date of Assent 30 Nov 1905
Date of repeal 06 Aug 1934
Repealed by Statute Law Revision Act 1934

THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA.

________________

APPROPRIATION.

______

No. 14 of 1905.

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 six and to appropriate the supplies granted for such year in this Session of the Parliament.

[Assented to 30th November, 1905.

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 1905–6.

Issue and application of £2,569,151.

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 six, the sum of Two million five hundred and sixty-nine thousand one hundred and fifty-one pounds.

 

 

 

 

F.11939                                                                                               3.All.

                                                     


Appropriation of supplies, £4,011,370.

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 Four million eleven thousand three hundred and seventy pounds, are appropriated and shall be deemed to have been appropriated as from the date of the passing of the Act No. 1 of 1905 for the purposes and services expressed in the Second Schedule.

 

 


FIRST SCHEDULE.

——

Grants out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.

Under Act No. 1 of 1905................................................

£418,751

Under Act No. 3 of 1905................................................

363,283

Under Act No. 7 of 1905................................................

660,185

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

2,569,151

 

£4,011,370


SECOND SCHEDULE.

——

ABSTRACT.

1905-6.

"Transferred.'

"Other."

Total.

 

£

£

£

I.—THE PARLIAMENT.................................

...

30,176

30,176

II.—THE DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS............................................

3,600

38,898

42,498

III.—THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT..................................

...

8,969

8,969

IV.—THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS

89,839

83,512

173,351

V.—THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

7,780

30,157

37,937

VI.—THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS..........................................

248,178

21,442

269,620

VII.—THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE

570,894

19,087

589,981

VIII.—THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT..................................

2,571,607

7,231

2,578,838

 

3,491,898

239,472

 

 

3,731,370

3,731,370

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

80,000

80,000

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

200,000

200,000

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

4,011,370

4,011,370

 

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I.—THE PARLIAMENT.

 

"Other."

 

 

 

£

 

 

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

6,987

 

 

THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

8,862

 

 

PARLIAMENTARY REPORTING STAFF

7,016

 

 

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

2,831

 

 

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

835

 

 

WATER POWER FOR PARLIAMENT HOUSE

250

 

 

ELECTRIC LIGHTING, REPAIRS, ETC.

1,348

 

 

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

604

 

 

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

482

 

 

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

961

 

 

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

30,176

 

 


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, Clerk of Select Committees, and Secretary of the Joint House Committee .............................

550

1

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

420

1

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

235

1

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

250

1

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

204

3

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

564

4

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

624

16

 

6,097

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Office cleaners .............................................................................

150

2. Select Committees—Expenses, including allowances to witnesses, and travelling expenses of clerks and shorthand writers ...............

100

3. Postage and telegrams ...................................................................

25

4. Office requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes .........

60

5. Writing paper and envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon ........................................................................

50

6. Account, record, and other books, including cost of material, printing, and binding .....................................................................

20

7. Travelling expenses ......................................................................

50

8. Bank exchange .............................................................................

10

9. Incidental and petty cash expenditure ...........................................

50

10. Maintenance, repairs and furniture ...............................................

75

 

590

Subdivision No. 3.—Postage and Telegrams ..............................

300

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

6,987

 


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

360

1

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

310

1

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

235

1

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

120

 

Serjeant-at-Arms Staff.

 

1

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

250

1

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

204

3

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

564

4

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

624

19

 

6,887

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

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

550

2. Select Committees — Expenses, including allowances to witnesses, and travelling expenses of clerks and shorthand writers ............

150

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

100

6. Account, record, and other books, including cost of material, printing, and binding .................................................................

25

7. Other printing ................................................................................

25

8. Travelling expenses ......................................................................

25

9. Temporary assistance ....................................................................

20

10. Supply of newspapers ..................................................................

35

11. Bank exchange .............................................................................

20

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

150

13. Maintenance, repairs and furniture ...............................................

75

 

1,300

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

8,187

* With quarters, fuel, light, and water.


I.—The Parliamentcontinued.

 

"Other."

Division No. 2.

£

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

 

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

8,187

Subdivision No. 3.—Postage and Telegrams ...............................

675

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

8,862

____________

 

Number of Persons.

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

 

 

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

220

1

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

188

12

 

5,708

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

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

1,100

2. Emergency shorthand writing and typewriting ..............................

50

3. Allowance for night messenger .....................................................

25

4. Postage and telegrams ...................................................................

10

5. Office requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes .........

30

6. Writing paper and envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon ......................................................................................................

5

7. Account, record, and other books, including cost of material, printing, and binding ......................................................................................................

3

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

10

9. Travelling expenses ......................................................................

25

10. Incidental and petty cash expenditure ..........................................

50

 

1,308

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

7,016

 


I.—The Parliamentcontinued.

Number of Persons.

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES—continued.

"Other."

 

Division No. 4.

£

 

THE LIBRARY.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

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

516

1

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

210

2

 

726

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

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

1,250

2. Postage and telegrams ...................................................................

15

3. Office cleaner ...............................................................................

60

4. Office requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes .........

25

5. Writing paper and envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon ........................................................................

20

6. Account, record, and other books, including cost of material, printing, and binding .....................................................................

5

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

410

8. Incidental and petty cash expenditure ...........................................

120

9. Fitting up rooms in basement ........................................................

200

 

2,105

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

2,831

_______

 

 

JOINT HOUSE COMMITTEE.

 

Division No. 5.

 

Refreshment Rooms.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

1

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

182

1

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

130

1

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

208

3

Sessional Waiters ...................................................................

150

6

 

670

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

50

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

720

No. 1. Renewal of Furnishings ................................................................

40

2. Laundry work ...............................................................................

75

 

115

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

835

 


I.—The Parliamentcontinued.

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES—continued.

"Other."

JOINT HOUSE COMMITTEE—continued.

£

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 ; also for working the machinery for the ventilation of the Chamber of the House of Representatives and adjoining rooms ........................................................................................

250

___________

 

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

428

3- Electric light globes .......................................................................

100

4. Maintenance, repairs, painting, furniture, and sanitary services

370

 

1,348

Number of Persons.

___________

 

 

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

 

___________

 

 

Division No. 9.

 

 

Parliament Gardens.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1. —Salaries.

 

1

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

168

2

Gardeners ..............................................................................

264

3

 

432

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Incidental expenses ......................................................................

50

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

482

 


I.— The Parliamentcontinued.

Number of Persons.

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES—continued.

" Other."

 

JOINT HOUSE COMMITTEE—continued.

£

 

Division No. 10.

 

 

Miscellaneous.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

235

1

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

 

1

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

188

1

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

78

3

 

501

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No, 1. Fuel and gas .................................................................................

300

2. Incidental expenses .......................................................................

160

 

460

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

961

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

30,176

 


II.—THE DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS.

 

____

"Transferred."

"Other."

Total.

 

 

 

£

£

£

 

 

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

...

8,298

8,298

 

 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL ...............

...

850

850

 

 

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

...

20,000

20,000

 

 

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

3,600

8,400

12,000

 

 

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

...

1,350

1,350

 

 

 

3,600

38,898

42,498

 

 


II.—THE DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS.

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 11.

ADMINISTRATIVE.

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

"Other."

 

 

 

 

£

 

 

Administrative Division.

 

1

...

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

800

 

 

Correspondence Branch.

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

1

3

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

360

1

3

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

310

3

4

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

680

7

5

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

776

 

 

General Division.

 

1

...

Ministerial Messenger ............................................................

144

2

I.

Messengers ............................................................................

122

 

 

Increments .............................................................................

6

 

 

Prime Minister's Office.

 

1

3

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

310

 

 

Increments to salaries of £160 and over ................................

45

17

 

 

3,553

Subdivision No. 2.

 

Contingencies.

 

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

500

2. Printing and distribution (including Postage) of Common-wealth Gazette ...............................................................................................................

2,000

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

150

4. Immigration Restriction Act—Interpreters' fees, legal and other expenses ...............................................................................................................

600

5. Postage and telegrams ............................................................................

600

6. Office requisites, exclusive of writing-paper and envelopes .................

50

7. Writing-paper and envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon ..................................................................................................

100

8. Account, record, and other books, including cost of material, printing, and binding ..................................................................................................

45

9. Other printing ........................................................................................

200

10. Travelling expenses ..............................................................................

250

11. Temporary assistance ............................................................................

50

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

200

 

4,745

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

8,298

 


II.—The Department of External Affairscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 12.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

"Transferred."

"Other."

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

£

£

 

 

 

Salaries.

 

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

 

1

1

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

...

600

 

1

5

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

...

150

 

2

 

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

...

750

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies ....................................

...

100

 

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

...

850

 

____________

 

 

 

Division No. 13.

 

 

 

NEW GUINEA.

 

 

 

No. 1. Towards expenses of Administration ...............................

...

20,000

 

____________

 

 

 

Division No. 14.

...

20,000

 

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

 

4. Improved New Hebrides, Solomon and Norfolk Island Services, New Services to Solomon, Gilbert and Ellice and New Guinea ..........................................................................................

...

6,000

 

____________

 

 

 

Division No. 15.

3,600

8,400

 

MISCELLANEOUS.

 

 

 

No. 1. Advertising resources of Commonwealth .........................

...

200

 

2. Investigation of tropical diseases, contribution for five years at rate of £200 per annum ...........................................................

...

200

 

3. Payment to Customs Department for services of officers under Immigration Restriction Act ..............................................

...

900

 

4. Purchase and distribution of 100 copies of the Year Book of Australia ...........................................................................

...

50

 

 

...

1,350

 

 

3,600

38,898

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

42,498

 

 


III.—THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT.

 

_____

"Other."

 

 

 

£

 

 

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

2,639

 

 

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

1,980

 

 

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

4,250

 

 

COURT OF CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION ...............................................

100

 

 

 

8,969

 

 


III.—THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

 

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 16.

SECRETARY'S OFFICE.

"Other."

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

 

 

 

Administrative Division.

 

 

1

 

Secretary and Parliamentary Draftsman          

      800

 

 

 

Professional Division.

 

 

1

B

Chief Clerk and Assistant Parliamentary Draftsman   

520

 

1

D

Secretary to the Representative of the Government in the Senate       

310

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

1

5

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

160

 

1

5

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

140

 

1

5

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

77

 

 

 

General Division.

 

 

1

II.

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

110

 

1

I.

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

72

 

 

 

Increments to Salaries of £160 and over in the Professional and Clerical Divisions ............................................................................

45

 

 

 

Classification Increases—Arrears of, 1904–5 ........................

30

 

8

 

 

2,264

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

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

80

 

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        

30

 

5. Account, record, and other books, including cost of material, printing, and binding  

20

 

6. Other printing .......................................................................................

20

 

7. Travelling expenses ..............................................................................

60

 

8. Temporary assistance ...........................................................................

10

 

9. Defence of prisoners ............................................................................

10

 

10. Incidental and petty cash expenditure ..................................................

50

 

11. Office lighting ......................................................................................

15

 

 

375

 

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

2,639

 

 


III.—The Attorney-General's Departmentcontinued.

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

 

"Other."

Division No. 17.

 

 

CROWN SOLICITOR'S OFFICE.

£

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

Professional Division.

 

1

A

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

800

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

1

3

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

360

1

4

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

210

1

5

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

60

1

5

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

80

 

 

General Division.

 

1

I.

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

60

 

 

Increments to Salaries of £160 and over in the Clerical Division        

20

6

 

 

1,690

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Law books .........................................................................................

20

2. Postage and telegrams .........................................................................

40

3. Office requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes ...............

20

4. Writing paper and envelopes, including cost of material, printing and embossing thereon ............................................................................................

40

5. Account, record, and other books, including cost of material, printing, and binding  

10

6. Other printing .....................................................................................

15

7. Travelling expenses ............................................................................

70

8. Temporary assistance .........................................................................

30

9. Office cleaning, fires, and light ..........................................................

15

10. Incidental and petty cash expenditure ................................................

30

 

290

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

1,980

 


III.—The Attorney-General's Departmentcontinued.

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

 

"Other."

 

 

Division No. 18.

 

 

 

 

£

 

 

THE HIGH COURT.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

Exempt.

 

3

Associates to Justices—at £300..............................................

900

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

1

4

Clerk in Principal Registry .....................................................

185

 

 

General Division.

 

3

Tipstaffs—1 at £175, and 2 at £150 ......................................

475

 

 

Increments to Salaries of £160 and over in the Clerical Division       

25

7

 

 

1,585

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Law books .........................................................................................

25

2. Postage and telegrams .........................................................................

50

3. Office requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes ...............

150

4. Writing paper and envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon        

35

5. Account, record, and other books, including cost of printing, material, and binding  

20

6. Other printing .....................................................................................

15

7. Travelling expenses ............................................................................

2,000

8. Cleaning courts and offices ................................................................

40

9 Incidental and petty cash expenditure ..................................................

30

10. Compensation for services of Commonwealth and State officers

300

 

2,665

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

4,250

 


III.—The Attorney-General's Departmentcontinued.

 

"Other."

Division No. 19.

£

COURT OF CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION.

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Postage and telegrams .........................................................................

20

2. Writing paper and envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon ............................................................................................

10

3. Account, record, and other books, including cost of printing, material, and binding .....................................................................................

10

4. Other printing .....................................................................................

15

5. Temporary assistance .........................................................................

20

6. Incidental and petty cash expenditure .................................................

25

 

100

Total Attorney-General's Department.............................

8,969

 


 

 


IV.—THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS.

 

______

"Transferred."

"Other."

Total.

 

 

 

£

£

£

 

 

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

...

8,776

8,776

 

 

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

...

4,048

4,048

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER

...

9,758

9,758

 

 

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

3,000

9,048

12,048

 

 

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

86,839

8,082

94,921

 

 

GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S ESTABLISHMENT ...........................

...

6,000

6,000

 

 

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

...

37,800

37,800

 

 

 

89,839

83,512

173,351

 

 


IV.—THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS.

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade

Division No. 20.

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF.

"Other."

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

 

 

Administrative Division.

 

1

...

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

800

 

 

" (arrears of 1904–5) .............................................................

50

 

 

 

850

 

 

Correspondence Branch.

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

1

1

Chief......................................................................................

600

3

4

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

680

9

5

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

1,018

 

 

General Division.

 

1

 

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

132

1

I.

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

68

1

I.

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

72

1

I.

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

53

1

...

Caretaker (Melbourne.............................................................

104

 

 

Accounts Branch.

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

1

1

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

550

3

4

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

655

6

5

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

745

 

 

Increments to salaries of £160 and over in the Clerical Division        

75

 

 

Classification Increases—Arrears of 1904–5 ........................

75

29

 

 

5,677

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Postage and telegrams ........................................................................

500

2. Office requisites, exclusive of writing-paper and envelopes................

125

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

125

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

100

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

460

8. Legal expenses ...................................................................................

25

9. Fuel, light, and water ..........................................................................

300

10. Bank exchange ...................................................................................

10

11. Office cleaners for External Affairs, Attorney-General, Home Affairs, Trade and Customs, and Postmaster-General....................................................................

829

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

400

 

3,099

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

8,776

 


IV.—The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

 

'Other.'

 

 

Division No. 21.

 

 

 

 

£

 

 

ELECTORAL OFFICE.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

1

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

500

1

3

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

360

2

4

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

396

2

5

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

312

1

1

Commonwealth Electoral Officer for the State of Tasmania, also acting as Public Works Officer and Deputy Public Service Inspector ...

520

1

4

Clerk to Commonwealth Electoral Officer, &c. (Tasmania) .....

185

 

 

Classification increases—Arrears of 1904–5 ............................

25

8

 

 

2,298

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Postage and telegrams ..............................................................................

200

2. Office requisites, exclusive of writing-paper and envelopes ....................

200

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

300

6. Temporary assistance ...............................................................................

700

7. Incidental and petty cash expenditure ......................................................

100

 

1,750

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

4,048

 


IV.—The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 22.

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER.

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

"Other."

 

 

Central Staff.

£

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

1

1

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

600

1

2

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

420

1

3

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

400

1

3

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

310

3

4

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

755

6

5

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

710

 

 

General Division.

 

1

II.

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

110

1

I.

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

49

15

 

Inspectors’ Staffs.

3,354

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

6

4

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

1,435

1

5

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

140

 

 

General Division.

 

1

I.

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

50

8

 

 

1,625

 

 

Increments to salaries of £160 and over in the Clerical Division........

50

 

 

Classification increases—Arrears of 1904–5 ............................

184

23

 

 

5,213

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Postage and telegrams ..............................................................................

750

2. Office requisites, exclusive of writing-paper and envelopes ....................

150

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. Other printing ...........................................................................................

1,000

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

450

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

500

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

50

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

250

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

300

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

25

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

500

13. Expenses—Election Divisional Representatives .......................................

200

14. Fuel, light, and water ................................................................................

10

15. Office cleaners ........................................................................................

110

 

4,545

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

9,758

 


IV.—The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 23.

PUBLIC WORKS STAFF.

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

"Transferred."

"Other."

 

 

Professional Division.

£

£

1

A

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

...

800

1

B

Superintendent of Works, New South Wales .........

...

600

1

B

Superintendent of Works, Victoria.........................

...

600

1

D

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

...

360

1

E

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

...

210

1

F

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

...

140

2

...

Junior Draughtsmen ..............................................

...

185

8

 

Clerical Division.

...

2,895

1

3

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

...

360

2

4

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

...

395

4

5

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

...

322

7

 

General Division.

...

1,077

1

...

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

...

80

 

 

Increments to Salaries of £160 and over in the Professional Division..................................................................

...

25

 

 

Classification increases — Arrears of 1904–5

...

101

16

 

 

...

4,178

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

No. 1. Postage and telegrams..........................................................

...

225

2. Office requisites, exclusive of writing-paper and envelopes   

...

150

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

...

100

5. Lithography and blue printing .............................................

...

50

6. Other printing ......................................................................

...

70

7. Travelling expenses ............................................................

...

270

8. Temporary assistance...........................................................

...

350

9. Incidental and petty cash expenditure .................................

...

105

Subdivision No. 3.—Supervision op Works.

1,370

No. 1. To recoup the various States for Salaries of Professional and Clerical Officers employed by Commonwealth

3,000

3,500

 

 

3,000

9,048

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

12,048

 

 



IV.—The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

Division No. 24.

WORKS AND BUILDINGS.

"Transferred."

 

No. 1.

No. 2.

No. 3.

No. 4.

No. 5.

 

Rent.

Repairs and Maintenance.

Sanitation and Water Supply.

Fittings and Furniture.

Rent of Telephones.

£

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEW SOUTH WALES.

£

£

£

£

£

 

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

405

611

138

200

350

1,704

Do., Border Stations ...........

...

5

2

...

...

7

Defence

Military ........

2,602

5,445

2,320

250

275

10,892

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

65

100

...

10

26

201

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

8,600

8,224

3,550

3,274

...

23,648

 

11,672

14,385

6,010

3,734

651

36,452

Subdivision No. 2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

VICTORIA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

31

551

80

50

229

941

Do., Bolder Stations ............

...

5

2

...

...

7

Defence

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

595

6,843

157

256

193

8,044

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

...

2,806

22

75

22

2,925

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

1,900

3,200

1,352

1,200

...

7,652

 

2,526

13,405

1,613

1,581

444

19,569

Subdivision No. 3.

 

 

 

 

 

 

QUEENSLAND.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

1

1,500

170

89

230

1,990

Defence

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

270

1,398

350

121

140

2,279

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

238

1,070

42

...

36

1,386

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

1,440

2,521

820

1,055

...

5,836

Thursday Island Defences

...

...

...

...

...

...

 

1,949

6,489

1,382

1,265

406

11,491

Subdivision No. 4.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

1,018

150

30

40

113

1,351

Northern Territory ..............

...

...

...

...

...

...

Defence

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

258

875

...

115

91

1,339

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

...

780

...

10

35

825

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

731

1,995

370

225

...

3,321

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

8

300

...

50

...

358

 

2,015

4,100

400

440

239

7,194

Subdivision No. 5.

 

 

 

 

 

 

WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

1,095

251

105

442

185

2,078

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

247

706

...

200

55

1,208

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

528

2,911

976

1,204

...

5,619

 

1,870

3,868

1,081

1,846

240

8,905

Subdivision No. 6.

 

 

 

 

 

 

TASMANIA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

...

157

55

40

80

332

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

212

280

90

50

74

706

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

...

1,500

190

500

...

2,190

 

212

1,937

335

590

154

3,228

    Carried forward ..............

20,244

44,184

10,821

9,456

2,134

86,839


IV.—The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

 

"Transferred."

"Other."

 

£

£

Division No. 24.

 

 

WORKS AND BUILDINGS.

 

 

 

No. 1.

No. 2.

No. 3.

No. 4.

No. 5.

 

 

 

Rent.

Repairs and Maintenance.

Sanitation and Water Supply.

Fittings and Furniture.

Rent of Telephones.

 

 

 

£

£

£

£

£

 

 

Brought forward

20,244

44,184

10,821

9,456

2,134

86,839

 

Subdivision No. 7.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

150

12

...

...

...

...

162

External Affairs .....

243

118

...

73

70

...

504

Attorney-General ...

243

140

...

250

136

...

769

Home Affairs:—

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New South Wales

660

50

...

60

117

...

887

Victoria ..............

875

100

...

220

245

...

1,440

Queensland ........

...

5

...

15

10

...

30

South Australia

80

...

...

30

11

...

121

Western Australia

200

10

...

30

9

...

249

Tasmania ............

...

...

...

20

7

...

27

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

1,117

1

...

55

161

...

1,334

Trade and Customs

1,095

215

...

250

94

...

1,654

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

...

...

...

150

100

...

250

Post and Telegraph

425

110

...

120

...

...

655

 

5,088

761

...

1,273

960

...

8,082

 

 

 

 

 

 

86,839

8,082

Total Division No. 24

25,332

44,945

10,821

10,729

3,094

   94,921


IV.—The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

 

 

"Transferred."

"Other."

 

 

£

£

 

Division No. 25.

 

 

 

GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S ESTABLISHMENT.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

 

Sydney Government House.

 

 

 

No. 1. Caretakers, charwomen, and miscellaneous expenditure ...............

...

650

 

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

...

500

 

3.             ,,                 Grounds…………………………………………

...

1,000

 

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

...

30

 

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

...

100

 

6. Postal charges .................................................................................

...

5

 

7. China and glass ..............................................................................

...

30

 

8. Fittings and furniture ......................................................................

...

20

 

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

...

25

 

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

...

25

 

11. Lighting on public occasions and for offices .................................

...

200

 

 

...

2,585

Subdivision No. 2.

 

 

 

Melbourne Government House.

 

 

 

No. 1. Caretakers, charwomen, and miscellaneous expenditure ..............

...

300

 

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

...

600

 

3.             ,,                 Grounds   

...

1,400

 

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

...

130

 

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

...

150

 

6. Postal charges ...............................................................................

...

5

 

7. China and glass .............................................................................

...

50

 

8. Fittings and furniture ....................................................................

...

50

 

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

...

20

 

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

...

10

 

11. Lighting on public occasions and for offices ................................

...

200

 

 

...

2,915

 

 

 

5,500

 

Subdivision No. 3.

 

 

 

Special provision for painting houses, &c. ....................................

...

500

 

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

...

6,000

 

 


IV.—The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

 

 

"Transferred."

"Other."

Division No. 26.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Subdivision No. 1.

£

£

No. 1. Expenses in connexion with choosing the site of the capital of the Commonwealth .........................................................................

...

1,000

2. Conveyance of Members of Parliament and others

...

9,000

3. Expenses in connexion with valuation of properties taken over from the States ..................................................................................

...

600

4. Fire insurance ...............................................................................

...

400

5. Cost of compilation and publication of a new edition of the Seven Colonies ...................................................................................

...

500

6. Expenses in connexion with the administration of the Electoral Act ..................................................................................................

...

21,000

7. Cost of Commonwealth elections .................................................

...

300

8. Towards the establishment of a Statistical Bureau

...

5,000

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

...

37,800

 

89,839

83,512

Total Department of Home Affairs ...............

173,351

 

 

 

_______________________________


 

 

V.—THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY.

 

"Transferred."

"Other."

Total.

 

 

 

£

£

£

 

 

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

...

8,631

8,631

 

 

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

7,580

6,229

13,809

 

 

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

...

13,887

13,887

 

 

UNFORESEEN EXPENDITURE .

200

500

700

 

 

GOVERNOR - GENERAL'S OFFICE .......................................

...

910

910

 

 

 

7,780

30,157

 

 

 

 

37,937

37,937

 

 

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

80,000

80,000

 

 

ADVANCE TO THE TREASURER

200,000

200,000

 

 

 

317,937

317,937

 

 


V.—THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY.

 

Number of  persons

Class or Grade.

Division No. 27.

THE TREASURY.

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

"Other."

 

 

 

 

Administrative Division.

£

 

 

1

 

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

800

 

 

 

 

„       (Arrears of 1904–5)................

50

 

 

 

 

Accountant's Branch.

850

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

 

1

2

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

480

 

 

1

3

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

360

 

 

1

3

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

285

 

 

5

4

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

1,275

 

 

10

5

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

810

 

 

18

 

Correspondence Branch.

3,210

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

 

1

3

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

360

 

 

1

4

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

285

 

 

3

5

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

403

 

 

5

 

 

1,048

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Increments to salaries of £160 and over in the Clerical Division .......................................................

210

 

 

 

 

Classification increases—Arrears of 1904–5

20

 

 

24

 

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

5,338

 

 

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

300

 

 

4. Office requisites, exclusive of writing-paper and envelopes (including a " Millionaire" calculating machine) .......

105

 

 

5. Writing-paper and envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon ....................................................

50

 

 

6. Account, record, and other books, including cost of material, printing, and binding .................................................

140

 

 

7. Other printing ..............................................................

75

 

 

8. Travelling expenses .....................................................

75

 

 

9. Bank exchange, including all exchange payable on settlement of inter-State money order business ..........................

900

 

 

10. Incidental and petty cash expenditure .........................

200

 

 

11. Temporary assistance ..................................................

5

 

 

 

3,293

 

 

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

8,631

 

 

 

V.—The Department of the Treasury—continued.

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 28.

"Transferred."

"Other."

AUDIT OFFICE.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

£

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

 

1

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

...

580

1

3

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

...

360

4

3

Clerks and Inspectors ...............................................

...

1,265

1

3

Inspector of Stores ...................................................

...

310

1

4

Senior Clerk—Correspondence ................................

...

235

4

4

Clerks and Inspectors ...............................................

...

865

11

5

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

...

947

 

 

General Division.

 

 

1

I.

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

...

110

 

 

Increments to salaries of £160 and over in the Clerical Division ...................................................

...

265

 

 

Classification increases—arrears of 1904–5 .............

...

58

 

 

 

 

4,995

 

 

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

400

400

2

 

 

400

4,595

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

No. 1. Proportion of salaries and expenses of State Audit officers .........................................................................................

7,130

 

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

...

500

3. Office cleaner ..................................................................

...

52

4. Postage and telegrams ......................................................

...

100

5. Office requisites, exclusive of writing-paper and envelopes .........................................................................................

...

70

6. Writing-paper and envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon .............................................................

...

40

7. Account, record, and other books, including cost of material, printing, and binding ........................................................

...

50

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

...

70

9. Travelling expenses .............................................................

...

500

10. Temporary assistance...........................................................

...

100

11. Bank exchange ...................................................................

...

2

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

...

200

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

50

1,684

50

 

7,180

1,634

7,580

6,229

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

13,809

 


V.—The Department of the Treasury—continued.

Number of Persons.

Division No. 29.

"Transferred."

"Other."

 

GOVERNMENT PRINTER.

£

£

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

 

Salaries.

 

 

1

Linotype Engineer .........................................................

...

285

 

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

...

150

 

Wages and overtime :—

 

 

 

 

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

£4,300

 

 

 

Proportion of salaries of the State classified staff of the Government Printing-office, Melbourne ...........................................

2,500

 

 

 

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

500

 

 

 

Bookbinders, machinemen, warehouse assistants, labourers, and others............

2,000

...

9,300

 

 

 

9,735

 

Subdivision No. 2.

 

 

Contingencies.

 

 

No.  1. Paper and parchment .........................................

...

1,600

2. Repairs to machinery ....................................

...

50

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

...

300

4. Bookbinders' materials, stores, and printing ink ..

...

200

5. Motive power, fuel, and light ..............................

...

500

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

...

183

7. Distribution of Hansard and Parliamentary papers

...

1,000

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

...

10

11. Account, record, and other books, including cost of material, printing, and binding .....................

...

15

12. Other printing .....................................................

...

10

13. Incidental and petty cash expenditure .................

...

50

14. Insurance of plant, machinery, and stock............

...

174

 

 

...

4,152

 

Total Division No. 29...................................

...

13,887


V.—The Department of the Treasurycontinued.

 

"Transferred."

"Other."

Division No. 30.

£

£

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

200

500

Division No. 30a.

 

 

GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S OFFICE.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

Contingencies.

 

 

No. 1. Official printing and stationery, including account, record, and other books   

...

110

2. Official telegrams and postage ............................................

...

500

3. Travelling, incidental, and petty cash expenditure................

...

300

 

 

910

 

7,780

30,157

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

37,937

___________

Division No. 31.

 

 

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

80,000

___________

Division No. 32.

 

 

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

317,937

 


 

 

VI—THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.

 

"Transferred."

"Other."

Total.

 

 

 

£

£

£

 

 

CENTRAL STAFF .................................

...

6,627

6,627

 

 

PATENTS OFFICE ................................

...

9,145

9,145

 

 

STATISTICS ..........................................

1,525

...

1,525

 

 

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

69,124

1,080

70,204

 

 

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

62,658

...

62,658

 

 

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

47,078

4,590

51,668

 

 

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

25,661

...

25,661

 

 

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

32,653

...

32,653

 

 

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

9,479

...

9,479

 

 

 

248,178

21,442

269,620

 

F.11939.                                                                                      B


VI.—THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 33.

"Transferred."

"Other."

CENTRAL STAFF.

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

£

 

 

Administrative Division.

 

 

1

...

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

...

1,200

 

 

Correspondence Branch.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

1

1

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

...

600

1

3

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

...

310

1

3

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

...

310

3

4

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

...

680

10

5

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

...

1,221

 

 

General Division.

 

 

1

II.

Messenger, senior .............................................

...

126

2

I.

Messengers .......................................................

...

130

 

 

 

 

4,577

 

 

Increments to salaries of £160 and over in the Clerical Division ........................................................

Classification Increases—arrears of 1904–5

...

150

 

 

...

35

20

 

 

...

4,762

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.­

 

 

No. 1. Postage and telegrams ........................................................

...

600

2. Office requisites, exclusive of writing-paper and envelopes    

...

75

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

...

60

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

...

100

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

...

130

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

...

250

7. Other stores, fuel, and light ................................................

...

50

8. Temporary assistance .........................................................

...

100

9. Miscellaneous and incidental expenditure ..........................

...

500

 

 

1,865

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

...

6,627

 


VI.—The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 34.

"Transferred."

"Other."

PATENTS.

 

 

Subdivision No, 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

 

Professional Division.

£

£

1

A

Commissioner ...................................................

...

800

1

D

Classification Officer ........................................

...

400

4

D

Examiners .........................................................

...

1,450

5

F

Junior Assistant Examiners.................................

...

670

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

1

3

Chief Clerk and Accountant ..............................

...

310

2

4

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

...

395

11

5

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

...

1,296

 

 

General Division.

 

 

2

I.

Messengers, including arrears ............................

...

114

 

 

Increments to Salaries of £160 and over in the Professional and Clerical Divisions

 

5,435

...

35

27

 

 

...

5,470

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

No. 1. Postage and telegrams .....................................

...

200

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

...

300

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

...

1,500

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

...

150

7. Other stores, fuel, and light ................................................

...

50

8. Temporary assistance .........................................................

...

950

9. Miscellaneous and incidental expenditure ..........................

...

350

 

 

3,675

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

...

9,145

________

 

 

Division No. 35.

 

 

STATISTICS.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Contingencies.

 

 

No. 1. Postage and telegrams .....................................

25

 

2. Printing ...............................................................................

975

 

3. Allowance to Mr. Coghlan for services rendered in connexion with editing, and publication of, Commonwealth Customs Statistics.............................................................

100

 

4. Temporary assistance..........................................................

425

 

 

1,525

...

B 2


VI.—The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 36.

"Transferred."

"Other."

NEW SOUTH WALES.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

Salaries included in previous column are to be charged as "Other" for any time during which the officers are engaged at mills in connexion with Sugar Bounty.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

...

Administrative Division.

920

Collector ..................................................

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

1

...

Inspector, 1st Class ..................................

700

1

5

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

140

2

 

 

840

 

 

Accounts Branch.

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

1

2

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

450

1

3

Paying officer ..........................................

310

1

4

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

225

3

5

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

347

6

 

Long Room.

1,332

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

1

2

Cashier.....................................................

425

2

3

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

635

2

4

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

460

10

5

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

1,422