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Additional Appropriation Act 1907-8

Authoritative Version
Act No. 11 of 1908 as made
An Act to grant and apply an additional sum out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund to the service of the year ending the thirtieth day of June One thousand nine hundred and eight.
Date of Assent 03 Jun 1908
Date of repeal 06 Aug 1934
Repealed by Statute Law Revision Act 1934

THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA.

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ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATION.

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No. 11 of 1908.

An Act to grant and apply an additional sum out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund to the service of the year ending the thirtieth day of June One thousand nine hundred and eight.

[Assented to 3rd June, 1908.

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 Additional Appropriation Act 1907–8.

Issue and application of £159,746.

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 eight the sum of One hundred and fifty-nine thousand seven hundred and forty-six pounds.

Appropriation of supply.

3. The said sum granted by this Act is appropriated and shall be deemed to have been appropriated as from the date of the passing of the Act No. 2 of 1907 for the purposes and services expressed in the Schedule.

SCHEDULE.

F.6966.


 

 

SCHEDULE.

——

ABSTRACT.

–—

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

Total.

 

£

£

£

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

...

2,701

2,701

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

490

7,809

8,299

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

...

1,423

1,423

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

4,298

6,126

10,424

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

64

4,912

4,976

VI.—The Department of Trade and Customs 

9,373

3,494

12,867

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

9,481

1,855

11,336

VIII.—The Postmaster-General’s Department 

107,220

500

107,720

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

130,926

j 28,820

159,746


 

 

I.—THE PARLIAMENT.

–—

“Other.”

 

£

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

547

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

200

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

450

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

476

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

190

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

220

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

400

QUEEN’S HALL...................................................................................................

48

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

170

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

2,701

A 2


 

I.—THE PARLIAMENT.

 

“Other.”

Division No. 1.

 

THE SENATE.

£

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

No. 7. Travelling expenses, including cost of conveyance of Senators’ luggage         

40

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

30

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

15

11. Extra clerical assistance during absence on leave of the Clerk of the Parliaments        

55

Subdivision No. 4.Miscellaneous.

140

No. 1. Allowances to persons whose election as Senators has been declared void :

 

Mr. J. V. O’Loghlin, 11.7.07 to 20.12.07

£240

6

4

 

Mr. J. Vardon, 1.1.07 to 31.5.07.................................................

166

13

4

407

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

547

————

 

Division No. 2.

 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

 

Subdivision No. 4.Miscellaneous.

 

No, 1. Allowance to Mr. A. C. Palmer from 12.12.06 to 10.6.07, his election as member of the House of Representatives having been declared void.............................................................................................

£19

5

7

200

————

 

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

 

Division No. 3.

 

PARLIAMENTARY REPORTING STAFF.

 

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Sessional typists at £4 10s. per week...................................................

350

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

50

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

25

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

25

 

450


 

I.—The Parliamentcontinued.

 

“Other.”

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

£

Division No. 4.

 

THE LIBRARY.

 

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

 

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

400

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

65

 

465

Subdivision No. 3.Miscellaneous.

 

No. 1. Gratuity to the parents of the late messenger, D. J. Gardner.................

11

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

476

_________

 

JOINT HOUSE COMMITTEE.

 

Division No. 5.

 

REFRESHMENT ROOMS.

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

Sessional waiters.............................................................................................

165

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

No. 2. Laundry work......................................................................................

25

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

190

__________

 

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

220

_________

 

Division No. 7.

 

ELECTRIC LIGHTING REPAIRS, ETC.

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

No. 1. Railway Department—Supply of electric light.....................................

400


 

I.—The Parliament— continued.

 

“Other.”

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVEScontinued.

 

 

£

Joint House Committeecontinued.

 

Division No. 8.

 

QUEEN’S HALL.

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

Cleaner...........................................................................................................

8

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

No. 1. Telephone service................................................................................

40

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

48

_________

 

 

 

Division No. 10.

 

MISCELLANEOUS.

 

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

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

150

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

20

 

170

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

2,701


 

 

II.—DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS.

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

Total.

 

£

£

£

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

...

310

310

OFFICES OF THE COMMONWEALTH IN LONDON................................................................

...

20

20

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

...

1,500

1,500

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

490

5,979

6,469

 

490

7,809

8,299


 

II. THE DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS.

 

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

Division No. 11.

 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE.

£

£

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

No. 9. Other printing......................................................................

...

50

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

...

110

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

...

150

———

 

310

Division No. 13.

 

OFFICES OF THE COMMONWEALTH IN LONDON.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

 

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

...

20

———

 

 

Division No. 15.

 

 

MAIL SERVICE TO PACIFIC ISLANDS.

 

 

No. 5. New Guinea Mail Service....................................................

...

1,500

———

 

 

Division No. 16.

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS.

 

 

No. 9. Repatriation of distressed Australians from South Africa....

...

424

10. Refund of fines under Immigration Restriction Act.............

490

 

11. Representation of Commonwealth at Imperial Conference in London 

...

555

12. Contribution towards funds of Antarctic expedition under Lieut. Shackleton.......................................................................................

...

5,000

 

490

5,979

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

490

7,809


 

 

III.—THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT.

——

“Other.”

 

£

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

895

CROWN SOLICITOR’S OFFICE...........................................................................

140

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

115

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

273

 

1,423


 

III—THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT.

Division No. 17.

 

SECRETARY’S OFFICE

“Other.”

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

£

Professional Division.

 

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

20

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

No. 7. Travelling expenses................................................................................

50

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

300

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

25

 

375

Subdivision No. 3.Miscellaneous.

 

No. 1. Legal and other expenses in Income Tax cases......................................

500

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

895

__________

 

Division No. 18.

 

CROWN SOLICITOR’S OFFICE.

 

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

No. 2. Postage and telegrams.............................................................................

40

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

100

__________

140

Division No. 19.

 

THE HIGH COURT.

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

Clerical Division.

 

One Fifth-class Clerk in Principal Registry........................................................

20

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

No. 4. Writing paper and envelopes, including cost of printing and embossing thereon         

15

12. Temporary assistance.............................................................................

80

 

95

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

115


 

III.—The Attorney-General’s Departmentcontinued.

 

“Other.”

Division No. 20.

 

 

£

COURT OF CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION.

 

Subdivision No. 1.Contingencies.

 

No. 13. Reports of cases in relation to the Harvester Excise Act.........................

150

Subdivision No. 2.Miscellaneous.

 

No. 1. Law costs in connexion with Victorian Coal Miners’ Appeal...................

123

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

273

Total Attorney-General’s Department.........................................

1,423


 

 

IV.—THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS.

——

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

Total.

 

£

£

£

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

...

44

44

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

...

88

88

METEOROLOGICAL BRANCH......................

...

11

11

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

4,298

2,297

6,595

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

...

3,686

3,686

 

4,298

6,126

10,424


 

IV.—THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS.

 

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

Division No. 22.

£

£

ELECTORAL OFFICE.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

 

CENTRAL STAFF.

 

 

General Division.

 

 

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

44

____________

 

 

Division No. 24.

 

 

PUBLIC WORKS STAFF.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1. Salaries.

 

 

NEW SOUTH WALES.

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

One 5th Class Clerk.....................................................................

...

88

____________

 

 

Division No. 26.

 

 

METEOROLOGICAL BRANCH.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

 

New South Wales.

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

Read

 

 

Two 5th Class Clerks...................................................................

£247

 

 

General Division.

 

 

Three Assistants and Typist.........................................................

143

 

 

In lieu of

£390

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

Five 5th Class Clerks...................................................................

£390

 

 

Western Australia.

 

 

Allowance of 5 per cent, on salaries of officers not in receipt of District Allowances to meet increased cost of living in Western Australia    

...

11


 

IV.—The Department of Home Affairscontinued.

Division No. 27.

 

 

 

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

WORKS AND BUILDINGS.

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.

£

£

VICTORIA.

 

 

Post and Telegraphs.

 

 

No. 4. Fittings and Furniture........................................................

975

 

Defence (Military).

 

 

No. 1. Rent..................................................................................

168

 

__________

1,143

 

Subdivision No. 3.

 

 

QUEENSLAND.

 

 

Treasurer.

 

 

No. 4. Fittings and Furniture........................................................

16

 

Trade and Customs.

 

 

No. 2. Repairs and Maintenance..................................................

600

 

4. Fittings and Furniture.........................................................

100

 

Defence (Military).

 

 

No. 2. Repairs and Maintenance..................................................

400

 

Thursday Island Defences.

 

 

No. 2. Repairs and Maintenance..................................................

1,792

 

___________

2,908

 

Subdivision No. 6.

 

 

TASMANIA.

 

 

Treasurer.

 

 

No. 4. Fittings and Furniture........................................................

2

 

Defence (Military).

 

 

No. 2. Repairs and Maintenance..................................................

245

 

 

247

 

Subdivision No. 7.

 

 

Parliament.

 

 

No. 2. Repairs and Maintenance..................................................

...

1,125

Attorney-General.

 

 

No. 1. Rent..................................................................................

...

270

2. Repairs and Maintenance..................................................

...

150

4. Fittings and Furniture.........................................................

 

212

 

 

632

Home Affairs (New South Wales).

 

 

No. 1. Rent..................................................................................

...

200

2. Repairs and Maintenance..................................................

...

100

 

 

300

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

4,298

2,057


 

IV.—The Department of Home Affairs - continued.

Division No. 27.

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

WORKS AND BUILDINGS.

£

£

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

4,298

 

Subdivision No. 7.

 

 

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

...

2,057

Home Affairs (Tasmania).

 

 

No. 4. Fittings and Furniture........................................................

 

11

Treasurer.

 

 

No. 2. Repairs and Maintenance..................................................

...

19

4. Fittings and Furniture........................................................

...

110

Trade and Customs.

 

129

No. 1. Rent..................................................................................

...

100

Total Division No. 27

4,298

2,297

__________

 

 

Division No. 29.

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

No. 6. Cost of Commonwealth Elections.....................................

 

3,450

11. Maintenance Members’ Room, Adelaide..........................

 

60

12. Legal Expenses; Disputed Senate. Election, South Australia    

...

176

 

...

3,686

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

4,298

6,126


 

V.—THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY.

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

Total.

 

£

£

£

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

...

1,008

1,008

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

64

89

153

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

...

3,379

3,379

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

436

436

 

64

4,912

4,976


 

V.—THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY.

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 30.

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

 

 

THE TREASURY.

£

£

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

 

 

 

Accountant’s Branch.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

1

5

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

...

14

 

 

Correspondence Branch.

 

 

 

 

General Division.

 

 

1

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

...

74

2

 

 

 

88

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

No. 4. Office requisites, exclusive of writing-paper and envelopes    

...

100

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

...

20

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

...

50

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

...

150

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

...

300

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

...

200

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

...

100

 

 

920

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

...

1,008

________

 

 

Division No. 31.

 

 

AUDIT OFFICE.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

 

One Fourth Class Clerk...............................................................

...

19

Four Fifth Class Clerks................................................................

70

Western Australia.

 

89

Allowance of 5 per cent, on salary of officers not in receipt of District Allowance to meet increased cost of living in Western Australia...............

1

 

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

1

89


 

V.—The Department of the Treasurycontinued.

Division No. 31.

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

AUDIT OFFICE.

£

£

 

 

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

1

89

Subdivision No. 3.Contingencies (“Transferred”).

 

 

No. 8. Temporary assistance.......................................................

50

 

10. Audit of Northern Territory Accounts..............................

13

 

 

63

 

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

64

89

__________

 

 

Division No. 32.

 

 

GOVERNMENT PRINTER.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

 

Wages and Overtime

 

 

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

£1,500

 

 

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

200

 

 

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

300

 

2,000

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

No. 2. Repairs to machinery, also lubricants...............................

...

309

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

...

1,000

15. Statutes supplied to new Members of Parliament..............

...

70

 

 

1,379

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

...

3,379

__________

 

 

Division No. 33a.

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS.

 

 

No. 1. Royal Commission on Commonwealth Tariff..................

...

393

2. Royal Commission on Papua.............................................

18

3. Royal Commission on Navigation Bill...............................

25

 

 

436

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

64

4,912

 

 

 


 

VI.—THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.

–––––

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

“Total.”

 

£

£

£

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

...

2,854

2,854

FISHERIES............................................................

...

300

300

TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS AND COPYRIGHTS

...

150

150

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

2,717

80

2,797

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

1,542

...

1,542

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

2,956

110

3,066

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

1,462

...

1,462

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

506

...

506

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

190

...

190

 

9,373

3,494

12,867


 

VI. -THE DEPARTMENT OF TRABE AND CUSTOMS.

Division No. 37.

“Other.”

CENTRAL STAFF.

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

£

Clerical Division.

 

One Fifth Class Clerk.......................................................................

2

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

Item 1. Postage and telegrams......................................................................

850

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

700

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

400

 

1,950

Subdivision No. 3.Miscellaneous.

 

No. 3. Expenses Fisheries Conference.........................................................

109

4. Experiments with Dr. Danysz’s Rabbit Virus.....................................

776

5. Expenses of delegates to Navigation Conference, London.................

17

 

902

Total Division No. 37.........................................

2,854

___________

 

Division No. 37a.

 

FISHERIES.

 

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

 

 

 

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Professional Division.

 

1

B

Director of Fisheries (portion of year only)........

150

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

Item 1. Postage and telegrams......................................................................

15

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

5

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

5

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

10

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

10

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

65

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

10

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

20

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

10

 

150

Total Division No. 37a.......................................

300


 

VI.—The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Division No. 39.

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS, AND COPYRIGHTS.

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

£

£

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

...

150

___________

 

 

 

 

 

No. of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 40.

 

 

NEW SOUTH WALES.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

 

 

 

Correspondence and Record Branch.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

 

5

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

14

 

 

 

Landing Branch.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

1

2

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

254

 

 

 

General Division.

 

 

1

...

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

23

 

 

 

Warehouse Branch.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

 

4

Locker................................................................

2

 

 

5

Locker................................................................

14

 

 

 

Long Room.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

 

5

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

34

 

 

 

Shipping Branch.

 

 

 

 

General Division.

 

 

 

 

Coxswain............................................................

6

 

1

...

Boatman.............................................................

78

 

3

II.

Watchmen...........................................................

217

 

4

I.

Watchmen...........................................................

166

 

 

 

Outports and Country.

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

 

5

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

9

 

 

5

Customs Assistants.............................................

12

 

3

5

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

119

 

 

 

General Division.

 

 

1

Coxswain............................................................

6

 

 

 

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

954

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies (“Other”).

 

 

14

 

No. 10. Temporary assistance.............................

...

80

 

 

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

954

80


 

VI.The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Division No. 40.

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

NEW SOUTH WALES.

£

£

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

954

80

Subdivision No. 3.Contingencies (“Transferred”).

 

 

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

100

 

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

1,000

 

11. Law costs and preparation of cases...........................

500

 

Subdivision No. 5.Contingencies.

1,600

 

Victorian Border Stations.

 

-

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

125

 

Subdivision No. 6.Miscellaneous.

 

 

No. 1. Compensation to J. J. Elliott for injuries received on duty

38

 

Total Division No. 40......................

2,717

80

__________

 

 

No. of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 41.

 

 

VICTORIA.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

 

 

 

Correspondence and Records Branch.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

3

5

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

118

 

 

 

Jerqüer’s Branch.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

1

5

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

15

 

 

 

Landing Branch.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

6

4

Examining officers......................................................................

429

 

9

5

Customs assistants.......................................................................

400

 

 

 

Long Room.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

2

5

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

50

 

 

 

Statistical Branch.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

_

2

5

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

30

 

17

 

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

1,042

 

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

No. 10. Temporary assistance.....................................................

500

 

Total Division No. 41.............................

1,542

 


 

VI.The Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Division No. 42.

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

QUEENSLAND.

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

£

£

Long Room.

 

 

Fourth Class Clerk.......................................................................

10

 

OUTPORTS.

 

 

First Class Assistant.....................................................................

15

 

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

25

 

Subdivision No. 3.Contingencies (“Transferred”).

 

 

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

600

 

9. Forage, sustenance, quarters, and other allowances..........

331

 

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

2,000

 

 

2,931

 

Subdivision No. 4.Miscellaneous.

 

 

No. 1. Gratuity to mother of Messenger John Monteith, killed on duty          

...

110

Total Division No. 42...........................................

2,956

110

__________

 

 

No. of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 43.

 

 

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

Correspondence and Accounts Branch.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

2

5

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

124

 

 

5

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

5

 

 

 

Landing Branch.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

 

4

Examining Officers.....................................................................

58

 

 

 

Excise Branch.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

2

4

Inspectors....................................................................................

124

 

 

 

Unattached.

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

1

4

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

108

 

5

 

Total Salaries (South Australia Proper) carried forward.....

419

 


 

VI.Tfie Department of Trade and Customscontinued.

Division No. 43.

“ Transferred,”

 

£

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

419

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

 

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

 

No. 9. Forage, sustenance, quarters, and other allowances.....................................

153

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

390

11. Law costs and preparation of cases.............................................................

500

 

1,043

 

Total Division No. 43.................................................

1,462

 

__________

 

Number of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 44.

 

WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

 

 

Correspondence Branch.

 

 

 

General Division.

 

 

 

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

3

 

I.

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

1

 

 

Perth and Outports.

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

5

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

5

 

5

Customs assistants................................................................

20

 

 

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

29

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

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

100

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

20

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

10

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

10

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

20

6. Bank exchange.............................................................................................

20

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

150

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

20

12. Miscellaneous and incidental expenditure....................................................

50

Subdivision No. 3.Miscellaneous.

400

No. 1. Gratuity to Charles Jackson, formerly watchman........................................

42

2. Gratuity to Thomas Carroll, formerly watchman.........................................

35

 

77

Total Division No. 44........................................................

506


 

VI.The Department of Trade and Customs—continued.

Division No. 45.

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

TASMANIA.

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

£

£

No. 5. Other printing...................................................................

30

 

9. Forage, sustenance, quarters, and other allowances...........

25

 

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

135

 

 

 

 

Total Division No. 45.............................

190

 

Total Department of Trade and Customs

9,373

3,494


 

 

VII—THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE.

------

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

Total.

 

£

£

£

CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION.......................

...

1,713

1,713

GRANTS TO CADETS.....................................

500

...

500

NAVAL—.........................................................

 

 

 

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

549

 

549

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

60

 

60

 

609

...

609

MILITARY FORCES, CADETS, RIFLE CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS-

 

 

 

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

4,361

...

4,361

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

2,693

92

2,785

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

682

50

732

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

79

...

79

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

114

...

114

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

443

...

443

 

8,372

142

8,514

TOTAL DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE..............

9,481

1,855

11,336


 

VII- THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE.

No of Persons.

Class or Grade.

Division No. 46.

“Transferred.”

“Other.

CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION.

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Pay.

£

£

 

 

Read

 

 

 

 

Administrative Staff.

 

 

1

...

Director of Engineer Services or Director of Artillery............................................................ £550

£550

 

 

 

 

Under Defence Act.

 

 

6

I.

Military Clerks...........................................

£1,800

 

 

 

 

 

£2,350

 

 

 

 

In lieu of—

 

 

 

 

Administrative Staff.

 

 

1

...

Director of Engineer Services....................

£550

 

 

 

 

Under Defence Act.

 

 

 

4

I.

Military Clerks...........................................

£1,190

 

 

2

II.

Military Clerks...........................................

530

 

 

 

 

 

£2,270

 

 

 

 

 

...

80

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

 

 

No. 1. Railway fares and freights...................

...

100

 

 

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

...

30

 

 

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

...

20

 

 

9. Books, publications, and maps.............

...

150

 

 

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

...

350

 

 

 

...

650

 

 

Subdivision No. 3.Postage and Telegrams

...

100

 

 

Subdivision No. 4.Miscellaneous.

 

 

 

 

No. 8. Pay and expenses of Major Haag—to be recovered..........

...

125

 

 

9. Passage to England of colonial seamen for training..........

...

480

 

 

10. Rifles and ammunition for use of Members of Parliament at miniature rifle range, Parliament House...........................

...

11

 

 

11. Salary of Mr. Hake while employed by the Commonwealth in making inquiries as to manufacture of cordite.............

...

267

 

 

 

 

883

 

 

Total Division No. 46............

...

1,713

 

 

Division No. 47a.

 

 

 

 

Grants to Cadets under Departmental supervision, but not under Departmental control.....................

500

...

 

VII.The Department of Defencecontinued.

No. of Persons.

Class or Grade.

VICTORIAN NAVAL FORCES.

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

Division No. 50.

PERMANENT FORCE.

£

£

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

 

 

No. 3. General Stores................................................

200

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 4.Miscellaneous.

 

 

 

 

No. 1. Compensation to Widow of Petty Officer

 

 

 

 

J. A. Lake....................................................

274

 

 

 

________

 

 

 

 

Division No. 51.

474

 

 

 

NAVAL MILITIA.

 

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

 

 

No. 4. Railway Fares.................................................

75

 

 

 

Total Victorian Naval Forces......

549

 

 

 

____________

 

 

 

 

QUEENSLAND NAVAL FORCES.

 

 

 

 

Division No. 53.

 

 

 

 

PERMANENT FORCE.

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Pay.

 

 

 

 

Read

£

 

 

2

 

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

190

 

 

2

 

Boys.................................................................

30

 

 

 

 

In lieu of

 

 

 

2

 

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

220

 

 

 

 

________

 

 

 

 

 

Division No. 54.

 

 

 

 

NAVAL MILITIA.

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

 

 

No. 13. Compensation to Bandsman R. D.

 

 

 

 

Dunlop for injuries......................................

60

 

 

 

Total Queensland Naval Forces..................

60

 

 

 

____________

 

 

 

 

KING GEORGE’S SOUND.

 

 

 

 

Division No. 70.

 

 

 

 

ROYAL AUSTRALIAN ARTILLERY (WESTERN AUSTRALIA).

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Pay

Per Diem.

 

 

 

 

Read

s.

d.

 

 

2

 

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

3

6

 

 

24

 

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

3

0

 

 

 

 

In lieu of

 

 

 

 

26

 

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

3

0

 

 


 

VII.—The Department of Defencecontinued.

 

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY FORCES.

 

 

Division No. 77.

£

£

 

 

DISTRICT HEAD-QUARTERS STAFF. !

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Pay.

 

 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General.............................................

42

 

__________

 

 

Division No. 78.

 

 

ROYAL AUSTRALIAN ARTILLERY (NEW SOUTH WALES).

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

No. 6. Forage and remounts........................................................

85

 

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

50

 

 

135

 

__________

 

Division No. 80.

 

 

 

 

 

PERMANENT ARMY SERVICE CORPS.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Pay.

 

 

Lieutenant and Quartermaster......................................................

25

 

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

No. 4. Uniforms and kits.............................................................

25

 

5. Forage and remounts for 6 Garrison horses.......................

40

 

 

65

 

Total Division No. 80.............................

90

 

__________

 

 

Division No. 87.

 

 

VOLUNTEERS.

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

No. 1. Clothing and Corps contingent allowance.........................

192

 

Division No. 88.

 

 

Read

 

 

AUSTRALIAN INTELLIGENCE CORPS.

 

 

Preliminary expenses in connexion with the formation of Intelligence Corps.

 

 

 

 

In lieu of

 

 

CORPS OF GUIDES.

 

 

Preliminary expenses in connexion with the formation of a Corps of Guides................................................................................................

 

 

__________

 

 

Division No. 89.

 

 

CAMPS OF TRAINING AND SCHOOLS OF INSTRUCTION—Including Railway fares and freight

500

 

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

959

 

 

VII.The Department of Defencecontinued.

 

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY FORCEScontinued.

 

 

 

£

£

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

959

 

Division No. 90.

 

 

MAINTENANCE OF EXISTING ARMS AND EQUIPMENT.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

No. 1. Great coats and repairs-....................................................

1,200

 

10. Rifle barrels......................................................................

1,800

 

________

3,000

 

Division No. 92.

 

 

GENERAL CONTINGENCIES.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

No. 4. Incidental and petty cash expenditure...............................

150

 

_________

 

 

Division-No. 93.

 

 

GENERAL SERVICES.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

No. 3. Extra labour......................................................................

100

 

Division No. 94.

 

 

POSTAGE AND TELEGRAMS

100

 

_________

 

 

Division No. 96.

 

 

RIFLE CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS.

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

No. 15. Transport of Rifle Team to Brisbane..............................

27

 

Subdivision No. 3.—POSTAGE AND TELEGRAMS

25

 

Total New South Wales Military Forces........

4,361

 

___________

 

 

VICTORIAN MILITARY FORCES.

 

 

Division No. 98.

 

 

ROYAL AUSTRALIAN ARTILLERY (VICTORIA).

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Pay.

Maximum.

 

 

 

Per

Diem

 

 

Read

s.

d.

 

 

6 Acting Bombardiers.............................................................

3

6

 

 

163 Gunners and Trumpeters......................................................

3

0

 

 

In lieu of

 

 

 

 

169 Gunners and Trumpeters......................................................

3

0

 

 


 

VII.The Department of Defencecontinued.

VICTORIAN MILITARY FORCEScontinued.

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

Division No. 99.

CORPS OF AUSTRALIAN ENGINEERS.

£

£

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

No. 2. Fuel and light....................................................................

25

 

____________

 

 

Division No, 107.

 

 

Read

 

 

AUSTRALIAN INTELLIGENCE CORPS.

 

 

Preliminary expenses in connexion with the formation of Intelligence Corps.

 

 

In lieu of

 

 

CORPS OF GUIDES.

 

 

Preliminary expenses in connexion with the formation of a Corps of Guides.

 

 

_____________

 

 

Division No. 108.

 

 

CAMPS OF TRAINING AND SCHOOLS OF INSTRUCTION—Including Railway Fares and Freights

662

 

____________

 

 

Division No. 109.

 

 

MAINTENANCE OF EXISTING ARMS AND EQUIPMENT.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

No. 2. General Stores..................................................................

350

 

__________

 

 

Division No. 110a.

 

 

WARLIKE STORES.

 

 

Alterationsand Additions to B.L. Guns........................................

334

 

____________

 

 

Division No. 111.

 

 

GENERAL CONTINGENCIES.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

No. 3. Other travelling expenses..................................................

200

 

4. Incidental and petty cash expenditure...............................

50

 

10. Compensation for injuries on duty...................................

600

 

12. Gratuity to Widow of late Warrant-Officer A. Müller, equal to six months’ pay.....................................................................................

...

92

 

850

92

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

2,221

92

 

VII.The Department of Defencecontinued.

 

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

VICTORIAN MILITARY FORCEScontinued.

£

£

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

2,221

92

Division No. 112.

 

 

GENERAL SERVICES.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

No. 9. Temporary assistance.......................................................

282

 

__________

 

 

Division No. 113.

 

 

POSTAGE A.ND TELEGRAMS

40

 

__________

 

 

Division No. 114.

 

 

CADET CORPS.

 

,

Read

 

 

(Cadets, 11 Battalions, Senior Cadets, including Mounted Cadets, 4 Battalions.)

 

 

In lieu of

 

 

(Cadets, 13 Battalions, Senior Cadets, 2 Battalions.)

 

 

________

 

 

Division No. 115.

 

 

RIFLE CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS.

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

No. 5. Other travelling expenses..................................................

30

 

13. Effective grant at 5s. per efficient....................................

46

 

18. Transport of Rifle Team to Brisbane................................

74

 

 

150

 

Total Victorian Military Forces.................................

2,693

92

______________

 

 

QUEENSLAND MILITARY FORCES.

 

 

Division No. 118.

 

 

CORPS OF AUSTRALIAN ENGINEERS.

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

No. 1. Rations.............................................................................

25

 

_________

 

 

Division No. 121.

 

 

DISTRICT ACCOUNTS AND PAY BRANCH.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Pay.

 

 

Arrears........................................................................................

11

 

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

36

 

 

VII.The Department oe Defencecontinued.

 

“Transferred”

“Other.”

QUEENSLAND MILITARY FORCEScontinued.

£

£

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

36

 

Diviston No. 125.

 

 

Read

 

 

AUSTRALIAN INTELLIGENCE CORPS.

 

 

Preliminary expenses in connexion with the formation of Intelligence Corps.

 

 

In lieu of

 

 

CORPS OF GUIDES.

 

 

Preliminary expenses in connexion with the formation of a Corps of Guides.

 

 

____________

 

 

Division No. 130.

 

 

GENERAL CONTINGENCIES.

 

.

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

No. 1. Railway fares and freight..................................................

200

 

3. Other travelling expenses..................................................

200

 

14. Allowances to provide for extra cost of living..................

6

 

15. Compensation to Bandsman W. Wakerley for injuries received on duty         

...

50

____________

406

50

Division No. 131.

GENERAL SERVICES.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

No. 4. Medical examination of recruits.......................................

40

 

5. Temporary assistance and casual labour............................

100

 

____________

140

 

Division No. 132.

 

POSTAGE AND TELEGRAMS

100

 

Total Queensland Military Forces.....

682

50

____________

 

 

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MILITARY FORCES.

 

 

Division No. 144.

 

 

Read

 

 

AUSTRALIAN INTELLIGENCE CORPS.

 

 

Preliminary expenses in connexion with the formation of Intelligence Corps.

 

 

In lieu of

 

 

CORPS OF GUIDES.

 

 

Preliminary expenses in connexion with the formation of a Corps of Guides.

 

 

 

VII.The Department oe Defencecontinued.

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MILITARY FORCEScontinued.

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

Division No. 152.

£

£

RIFLE CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS.

 

 

Subdivision No. 2.

 

 

Contingencies.

 

 

No. 16. Transport of Rifle Team to Brisbane..............................

79

 

Total South Australian Military Forces...................

79

 

_____________

 

 

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MILITARY FORCES.

 

 

Division No. 161.

 

 

Read

 

 

AUSTRALIAN INTELLIGENCE CORPS.

 

 

Preliminary expenses in connexion with the formation of Intelligence Corps

 

 

In lieu of

 

 

CORPS OF GUIDES.

 

 

Preliminary expenses-in connexion with the formation of a Corps of Guides.

 

 

_____________

 

 

Division No. 166.

 

 

GENERAL SERVICES.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

No. 7. Law costs and legal expenses...........................................

24

 

____________

 

 

Division No. 169.

 

 

RIFLE CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

-

Pay.

 

 

Class or Grade.

 

 

 

5

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

90

 

Total Western Australian Military Forces..........

114

 


 

VII—The Department of Defencecontinued.

TASMANIAN MILITARY FORCES.

“Transferred.”

“Other.”

Division No. 171.

£

£

ROYAL AUSTRALIAN ARTILLERY (TASMANIA).

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.PaY

 

 

 

Per

Diem.

 

 

Read

s.

d.

 

 

2 Acting Bombardiers.........................................................

3

6

 

 

8 Gunners...........................................................................

3

0

 

 

In lieu of

 

 

 

 

10 Gunners............................................................................

3

0

 

 

____________

 

 

Division No. 179.

 

 

Read

 

 

AUSTRALIAN INTELLIGENCE CORPS.

 

 

Preliminary expenses in connexion with the formation of Intelligence Corps.

 

 

In lieu of

 

 

CORPS OF GUIDES.

 

 

Preliminary expenses in connexion with the formation of a Corps of Guides.

 

____________

 

 

Division No. 180.