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Appropriation Act 1921-22

Act No. 13 of 1921 as made
An Act to grant and apply out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund a sum for the service of the year ending the thirtieth day of June One thousand nine hundred and twenty-two and to appropriate the Supplies granted by the Parliament for such year.
Date of Assent 14 Dec 1921
Date of repeal 06 Aug 1934
Repealed by Statute Law Revision Act 1934

THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA.

 

____________

 

APPROPRIATION, 1921-22.

 

____________

 

No. 13 of 1921.

 

An Act to grant and apply out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund a sum for the service of the year ending the thirtieth day of June One thousand nine hundred and twenty-two and to appropriate the Supplies granted by the Parliament for such year.

[Assented to 14th December, 1921.]

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 1921-22.

Issue and application of £15,030,765.

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 twenty-two the sum of Fifteen million and thirty thousand seven hundred and sixty- five pounds.

Appropriation of supplies £27,391,035.

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 for the services of the year ending the thirtieth day of June One thousand nine hundred and twenty-two, amounting as appears by the said Schedule in the aggregate to the sum of Twenty-seven million three hundred and ninety-one thousand and thirty-five pounds, are appropriated, and shall be deemed to have been appro­priated as from the date of the passing of the Act No. 3 of 1921 for the purposes and services expressed in the Second Schedule in relation to the financial year ending the thirtieth day of June One thousand nine hundred and twenty-two.

FIRST

F. 19366.—Price 6s.


 

FIRST SCHEDULE.

 

___________

 

GRANTS OUT OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND

 

 

£

Act No. 3 of 1921...................................................... .

2,716,924

Act No. 5 of 1921......................................................

4,903,879

Act No. 7 of 1921...................................................... .

1,997,262

Act No. 10 of 1921.................................................... .

2,742,205

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

15,030,765

 

£27,391,035

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SECOND SCHEDULE.

_________

ABSTRACT.

 

Payable out of Revenue.

Payable out of Loan Funds, Trust Fund, and other special Funds.

Total.

 

£

£

£

THE PARLIAMENT...........................................

58,096

...

58,096

THE PRIME MINISTER’S DEPARTMENT—

416,798

 

 

Commonwealth Shipbuilding.......................

...

24,253

 

Commonwealth Government Line of Steamers   

...

46,200

 

Port Pirie Wharf...........................................

...

1,291

 

Cockatoo Island Dockyard..........................

...

30,000

 

 

416,798

101,744

518,542

THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY—

1,207,280

 

 

Australian Note, Bond, and Stamp Printing Office....................................................................

...

6,376

 

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

750,000

...

 

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

1,500,000

...

 

 

3,457,280

6,376

3,463,656

THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT.......

108,000

...

108,000

THE HOME AND TERRITORIES DEPARTMENT

771,788

 

 

Northern Territory—Hotels..........................

...

2,353

 

 

771,788

2,353

774,141

THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE—MILITARY

1,623,000

...

1,623,000

THE DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY.................

2,340,438

...

2,340,438

THE DEPARTMENTS OF NAVY AND DEFENCE (AIR SERVICES).......................................................

100,000

...

100,000

THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS   

745,357

...

745,357

THE DEPARTMENT OF WORKS AND RAILWAYS—

810,911

 

 

Naval Works Staff—Salaries.......................

...

27,251

 

 

810,911

27,251

838,162

THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT   

7,455,533

...

7,455,533

THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.....................

108,568

...

 

Serum Laboratories—Salaries......................

...

8,600

 

 

108,568

8,600

117,168

WAR SERVICES PAYABLE OUT OF REVENUE—

8,969,513

 

 

Repatriation Commission—Salaries.............

...

279,429

 

 

8,969,513

279,429

9,248,942

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

26,965,282

425,753

27,391,035


 

I.—THE PARLIAMENT.

 

1921-22.

1920-21.

Increase on Expenditure, 1920-21.

Decrease on Expenditure, 1920-21.

Vote.

Expenditure

 

£

£

£

£

£

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

9,349

8,711

9,216

133

...

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

15,173

12,513

15,349

...

176

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

12,388

9,828

11,064

1,324

...

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

5,639

4,805

5,306

333

...

AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL RECORDS...................................

3,200

2,500

4,282

...

1,082

PARLIAMENTARY STANDING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS.......................................

3,453

1,902

6,018

...

2,565

JOINT COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS................................

1,514

1,982

1,316

198

...

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

1,911

1,570

1,737

174

...

WATER POWER..............................

35

35

24

11

...

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

900

885

900

...

...

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

754

616

724

30

...

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

771

664

741

30

...

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

3,009

2,728

2,318

691

...

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

58,096

48,739

58,995

...

899

 

Estimate, 1921-22...............................................

£58,096

Vote, 1920-21.....................................................

48,739

Increase...............

£9,357


 

I.-The Parliament

Number of Persons.

 

1921-22.

1920-21.

1920–21.

1921–22.

Division No. 1.

Vote.

Expenditure.

THE SENATE.

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

£

£

£

1

1

The President*.....................................................................................

1,100

1,100

...

1

1

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

500

500

...

1

1

Clerk of the Senate.............................................................................

1,000

1,000

...

1

1

Clerk Assistant, and Secretary of the Joint House Committee..

775

775

...

1

1

Usher of the Black Rod, Clerk of Committees, and Accountant.....................................................................................................

600

600

...

1

1

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

420

420

...

1

1

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

270

310

...

1

1

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

280

280

...

1

1

Special Messenger, in charge of Stores and Stamping Correspondence............................................................................

250

250

...

1

1

President’s Messenger........................................................................

250

250

...

3

3

Senior Messengers, at £212..............................................................

636

624

...

3

3

Junior Messengers, at £182...............................................................

546

546

...

 

 

Cost of living bonus...........................................................................

454

216

...

 

 

Basic wage allowances, including child endowment....................

250

...

...

16

16

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

7,331

6,871

7,116

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

 

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

172

160

162

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

100

100

2

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

30

20

20

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

60

60

23

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

70

70

73

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

30

30

17

7. Travelling expenses, including cost of conveyance of Senators’ luggage.......................................................................................................

200

225

92

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

220

200

229

9. Maintenance, repairs and furniture..........................................................

75

75

61

10. Typists...........................................................................................................

160

200

156

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

40

50

19

12. Cost of living bonus and basic wage to temporary officers................

61

30

29

Total Contingencies............................................................

1,218

1,220

883

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

800

620

620

Subdivision No. 4.—Miscellaneous......................................................

 

 

 

Gratuities on retirement in lieu of furlough............................................

...

...

500

Payment as an act of grace to dependants of deceased official

...

...

97

Total Miscellaneous...............................................

...

...

597

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

9,349

8,711

9,216

* If again returned to Parliament salary to continue until the meeting of the new Parliament, notwithstanding any dissolution of the Senate.

With quarters, fuel, light, and water.

I.-The Parliament


Number of Persons.

 

1921-22.

1920-21.

1920–21

1921–22.

Vote.

Expenditure.

 

 

Division No. 2.

£

£

£

 

 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

 

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

1

1

The Speaker*......................................................

1,100

1,100

 

1

1

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

500

500

 

1

l

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

1,250

1,000

 

1

1

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

775

775

 

...

1

Second Clerk Assistant.......................................

680

...

 

1

1

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

600

600

 

1

...

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

...

500

 

...

1

Clerk of the Records and Assistant Clerk of Committees.........................................................

500

...

 

1

...

Accountant and Assistant Clerk of Committees..

...

460

 

1

l

Clerk of the Papers and Reading Clerk...............

420

420

 

 

1

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

335

...

 

1

...

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

...

260

 

1

1

Members’ Correspondence Clerk........................

285

260

 

 

 

 

 

Serjeant-at-Arms Staff.

 

 

 

1

1

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

280

280

 

1

1

Speaker’s Messenger...........................................

250

250

 

3

3

Senior Messengers—at £212...............................

636

636

 

3

3

Junior Messengers— One at £196, two at £182..

560

560

 

(a)

3

Male Office Cleaners, including service for Hansard Department, at £182........................

(a) 546

...

 

 

 

 

8,717

7,601

 

 

 

Cost of living bonus............................................

660

352

 

 

 

Basic wage allowance, including child endowment...........................................................................

262

...

 

18

21

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

9,639

7,953

8,459

* If returned again to Parliament salary to continue, notwithstanding any dissolution, until the meeting of the new Parliament.

With quarters, fuel, light, and water.

(a) Formerly provided for under Contingencies.


 

I.-The Parliament

 

1921-22.

1920-21.

Division No. 2.

Vote

Expenditure

£

£

£

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

 

 

 

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

9,639

7,953

8,459

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

 

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

429

865

1,027*

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

200

200

187

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

30

20

20

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

100

100

66

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

300

200

321

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

15

15

11

7. Travelling expenses, including cost of conveyance of luggage

260

260

236

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

10

10

5

9. .Supply of newspapers................................................

90

90

106

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

300

200

422

11. Maintenance, repairs and furniture..............................

400

400

487

12. Typists                                                                         

900

600

816

Total Contingencies.............

3,034

2,960

3,704

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

2,500

1,600

2,401

Subdivision No. 4.Miscellaneous.

 

 

 

Additional accommodation, Prime Minister’s Room  

...

...

98

Compensation to Mr. D. C. McGrath, M.H.R., on account of voided election, Ballarat....................................

...

...

250

Honorarium, for special services, to Secretary of Select Committee on Sea Carriage................................

...

...

25

Gratuity on retirement in lieu of furlough..................

...

...

412

Total Miscellaneous...............

...

...

785

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

15,173

12,513

15,349

 

* Includes pay of male cleaners now provided for under Salaries.

I.-The Parliament

Number of Persons.

 

1921-22.

1920-21.

1920–21.

1921–22.

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Vote.

Expenditure.

 

 

Division No. 3.

£

£

£

 

 

PARLIAMENTARY REPORTING STAFF.

 

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

 

 

1

1

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

1,000

1,000

 

1

l

Second Reporter......................................................

750

700

 

...

11

Parliamentary Reporters, 4 at £650; 1 at £640; 1 at £630; 1 at £620; 1 at £590; 1 at £580; 2 at £550..............

6,760

...

 

11

...

Parliamentary Reporters, 6 at £600; 1 at £570; 1 at £560; 1 at £550; 1 at £520; 1 at £510..............................

...

6,310

 

 

1

l

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

280

280

 

1

l

Messenger and Reader.............................................

240

240

 

...

2

Parliamentary Reporters at £600..............................

400*

...

 

 

 

Cost of living bonus................................................

700

150

 

 

 

Basic wage allowances, including child endowment

70

 

 

15

17

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

10,200

8,680

9,248

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

 

No. 1. Temporary shorthand writing, typewriting and attendance       

1,000

850

1,331

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

10

10

6

3. Office requisites, exclusive of writing paper and envelopes     

50

40

57

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

5

5

4

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

3

3

1

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

150

50

...

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

100

100

110

8. Cost of living bonus to temporary officers......................

200

90

194

9. Basic wage and child endowment allowances to temporary officers.......................................................................

70

...

...

Total Contingencies................

1,588

1,148

1,703

Subdivision No. 3.Miscellaneous.

 

 

 

No. 1. Payment to officers on retirement in lieu of furlough.....

600

...

...

Additional accommodation for Parliamentary Reporting Staff

...

...

113

Total Miscellaneous.........................................

600

...

113

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

12,388

9,828

11,064

 

* For four months only.

I.-The Parliament

Number of Persons.

Division No 4.

1921-22.

1920-21.

1920–21.

1921–22.

Vote.

Expenditure.

THE LIBRARY.

 

 

Subdivision No.-1.—Salaries.

£

£

£

1

1

Librarian............................................................

750

675

 

1

1

Assistant Librarian.............................................

500

450

 

1

3

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

795

325

 

...

1

Cadet Cataloguer...............................................

100

...

 

5

4

One temporary clerk and three temporary attendants

855

1,053

 

 

 

Cost of living bonus..........................................

400

220

 

 

 

Basic wage allowances, including child endowment

116

...

 

8

10

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

3,516

2,723

3,174

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

 

No. 1. Books, maps, plates and documents, bookbinding and insurance.......................................................

1,000

1,000

1,004

2. Subscriptions to newspapers, periodicals and annuals, and purchase of books not permanently retained in the Library..........................................

500

500

462

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

40

30

48

4. Office cleaning........................................................

233

182

223

5. Office requisites.......................................................

100

120

89

6. Writing-paper and envelopes....................................

20

20

5

7. Account, record, and other books............................

5

5

...

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

150

150

253

9. Fittings and furniture................................................

75

75

48

Total Contingencies.............

2,123

2,082

2,132

Number of Persons.

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

5,639

4,805

5,306

Division No. 5.

 

 

 

1920–21.

1921–22.

AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL RECORDS.

 

 

 

...

1

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

Editor.................................................................

1,200

 

 

...

1

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

1,200

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

2,500

4,282

No. 1. Expenses of collection and publication....................

2,000

 

 

Total Contingencies......................

2,000

 

 

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

3,200

2,500

4,282


I.-The Parliament

Number of Persons.

 

1921-22.

1920-21.

1920–21.

1921–22

 

Vote.

Expenditure.

 

 

Division No. 6.

£

£

£

 

 

PARLIAMENTARY STANDING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS.

 

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

1

1

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

575

575

 

1

1

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

245

310

 

1

1

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

182

182

 

 

 

Cost of living bonus.............................................

124

40

 

 

 

Basic wage allowances, including child endowment...........................................................

37

...

 

3

3

Total Salaries

1,163

1,107

1,041

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

 

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

20

20

5

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

20

50

50

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

5

5

3

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

5

5

...

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

5

5

...

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

350

250

510

7. Witnesses’ fees and travelling expenses.......................

50

100

3

8. Assessors’ fees and travelling expenses.......................

50

50

220

9. Rent and office cleaning..............................................

200

230

201

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

30

30

46

11. Telephone services, including rent, installation, extension, repairs and maintenance...........................

35

30

30

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

20

20

  ...

Total Contingencies.....................................

790

795

1,068

Subdivision No. 3.Miscellaneous.

 

 

 

No. 1. Inspection by Sub-Committee of proposed route for North- South Railway—towards expenses...................

1,500

...

3,909

Total Division No. 6...................................

3,453

1,902

6,018

 


 

I.-The Parliament

Number of Persons.

 

1921-22.

1920-21.

1920–21

1921–22

Division No. 7.

Vote.

Expenditure.

 

 

JOINT COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.

£

£

£

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

1

l

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

400

400

 

1

l

 

Office Assistant.......................................................

200

200

 

 

 

 

Cost of living bonus................................................

62

32

 

 

 

 

Basic wage allowances, including child endowment

12

...

 

2

2

 

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

674

632

542

 

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

 

 

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

15

15

20

 

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

10

10

39

 

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

10

15

8

 

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

5

10

1

 

5. Travelling expenses........................................................

700

1,200

639

 

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

80

80

67

 

7. Fittings and furniture......................................................

20

20

...

 

Total Contingencies......................

840

1,350

774

 

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

1,514

1,982

1,316


 

I.-The Parliament

Number of Persons.

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

1921-22.

1920-21.

1920–21

1921–22

JOINT HOUSE COMMITTEE.

Vote.

Expenditure.

 

 

Division No. 8

£

£

£

 

 

REFRESHMENT ROOMS.

 

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

 

 

1

l

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

325

300

 

1

l

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

200

200

 

1

l

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

250

250

 

 

 

Cost of living bonus................................................

150

20

 

 

 

Basic wage allowances, including child endowment

36

...

 

3

3

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

961

770

877

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

 

No. 1. Grant in aid.....................................................................

650

550

550

2. Wages of Sessional Waiters.............................................

300

250

249

Total Contingencies............

950

800

799

Subdivision No. 3.Miscellaneous.

 

 

 

Payment as an act of grace to widow of deceased official

...

...

61

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

1,911

1,570

1,737

________

 

 

 

Division No. 9

 

 

 

WATER POWER.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

 

No. 1. Water Power for Parliament House, required for the protection of the Parliament Buildings from fire and working the kitchen lift...............................................

35

35

24

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

35

35

24

_________

 

 

 

Division No. 10.

 

 

 

ELECTRIC LIGHTING, REPAIRS, ETC.

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

 

 

No. 1. Supply of electric current for lighting, working lifts and ventilation motors.......................................................

550

550

511

2. Electric light globes..........................................................

50

35

45

3. Maintenance, repairs, painting and furniture

300

300

344

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

900

885

900


 

I.-The Parliament

Number of Persons.

 

1921-22.

1920-21.

1920–21

1921–22

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Vote.

Expenditure.

 

 

 

£

£

£

 

 

Division No. 11.

 

 

 

 

 

QUEEN’S HALL.

 

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

1

1

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

212

212

 

1

1

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

182

182

 

1

1

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

182

182

 

 

 

Cost of living bonus..............................................

90

40

 

 

 

Basic wage allowances, including child endowment.............................................................................

88

...

 

3

3

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

754

616

724

 

 

________

 

 

 

 

 

Division No. 12.

 

 

 

 

 

PARLIAMENT GARDENS.

 

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

 

 

 

1

l

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

200

200

 

2

2

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

364

364

 

 

 

Cost of living bonus..............................................

71

...

 

 

 

Basic wage allowances, including child endowment.............................................................................

36

...

 

3

3

Total Salaries

671

564

659

Subdivision No. 2.—Contingencies.

 

 

 

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

100

100

82

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

771

664

741


 

I.-The Parliament

Number of Persons.

 

1921-22.

1920-21.

1920–21

1921–22

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Vote.

Expenditure.

 

 

 

£

£

£

 

 

Division No. 13.

 

 

 

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS.

 

 

 

 

 

Subdivision No. 1.Salaries.

 

 

 

1

1

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

280

280

 

1

1

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

220

220

 

1

l

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

182

182

 

1

1

Night Watchman......................................................

201

201

 

 

 

Cost of living bonus................................................

124

20

 

 

 

Basic wage allowances, including child endowment

62

...

 

4

4

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

1,069

903

1,013

Subdivision No. 2.Contingencies.

 

 

 

No. 1. Telephone services.........................................................

600

450

579

2. Fuel and gas...................................................................

300

300

319

3. Incidental expenses........................................................

190

150

171

Total Contingencies........................

1,090

900

1,069

Subdivision No. 3.Miscellaneous.

 

 

 

No. 1. Improvement of reserve north of Parliament Gardens....

850*

850

...

Compassionate allowance to officer on resignation........

...

75

75

Gratuity on retirement in lieu of furlough.......................

...

...

161

Total Miscellaneous........................

850

925

236

Total Division No. 13...........................

3,009

2,728

2,318

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

58,096

48,739

58,995

 

*Expenditure contingent on agreement being reached with Victorian State authorities as to plan of Improvement.

II.—THE PRIME MINISTER’S DEPARTMENT.

(Not including War Services, shown separately on page 355.)

 

1921-22.

1920-21.

Increase on Expenditure 1920-21.

Decrease on Expenditure 1920-21.

Vote.

Expenditure.

 

£

£

£

£

£

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

100,407

109,979

218,840

...

118,433

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

261

238

250

11

...

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

63,899

55,525

64,632

...

733

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER.

31,574

26,496

29,346

2,228

...

GOVERNOR-GENERAL’S OFFICE....

6,277

6,350

7,257

...

980

HIGH COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE....

63,588

53,974

73,514

...

9,926

AUSTRALIAN COMMISSIONER IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA..

12,625

10,890

12,215

410

...

SHIPPING AND MAIL SERVICE TO PACIFIC ISLANDS........................

49,167

40,000

43,501

5,666

...

COUNCIL OF DEFENCE....................

1,000

500

6

994

...

IMMIGRATION..................................

88,000

100,000§

12,830

75,170

...

COMMONWEALTH SHIP-BUILDING............................................................

24,253*

22,348*

...

...

...

COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT LINE OF STEAMERS....................

46,200

38,772

...

...

...

PORT PIRIE WHARF..........................

1,291‡

1,291‡

...

...

...

COCKATOO ISLAND DOCKYARD..

30,000††

...

...

...

...

NAVAL DOCKYARD.........................

...

30,000(a)

...

...

...

 

518,542

496,363

...

...

...

Deduct Commonwealth Ship-building, Commonwealth Government Line of Steamers, Port Pirie Wharf and Cockatoo Island Dockyard

101,744

92,411

...

...

...

 

416,798

403,952

462,391

...

45,593

 

Estimate, 1921-22.......................................................

£416,798

Vote, 1920-21............................................................

403,952

Increase....................................

£12,846

 

*To be paid from Trust Fund, Shipbuilding Suspense and Williamstown Dockyard Accounts.____ To be paid from Trust Fund, Commonwealth Government Ships Account.____ To be paid from Trust Fund, Barrier Wharf, Port Pirie, Account.____§ Provided under Home and Territories Department in 1920-21.____†† To be paid from Trust Fund, Cockatoo Island Dockyard Account.------- a Paid from Trust Fund, Naval Dockyard Account, in 1920-21, which was under the control of the Department of the Navy.

II.—The Prime Minister’s Department.

Number of Persons.

Class of Grade.

Division No. 14.

1921-22.

1920-21.

ADMINISTRATIVE.

1920–21.

1921–22.

Subdivision No. 1.—Salaries.

Vote.

Expenditure.

 

 

 

Administrative Division.

£

£

£

1

1

...

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

1,250

1,250

 

 

 

 

Professional Division.

 

 

 

1

2

...

Foreign Affairs Officers...................................................

1,500

750

 

1

1

C

Publicity Officer................................................................

600

300†

 

1

1

D

Private Secretary...............................................................

336

448

 

 

 

 

Clerical Division.

 

 

 

1

...

1

Assistant Secretary...........................................................

...

700

 

...

1

2

Assistant Secretary...........................................................

500

...

 

1

...

1

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

...

650

 

...

1

2

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

420

...

 

1

...

2

Sub Accountant Clerks....................................................

...

360†

 

4

6

3

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

2,080

1,414

 

9

7

4

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

1,790

2,519

 

11

12

5

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

2,189

1,859

 

 

 

 

Allowances to officers performing duties of a higher class...............................................................................

550

76

 

 

 

 

Cost of living allowances under Arbitration Court awards...........................................................................

1,103

427

 

 

 

 

Basic wage allowances including child endowment...

530

...

 

 

 

 

Portion of salaries of officers of Home and Territories Department (Electoral Office, TasmaniaDivision No. 50)...........................................................

*

405

 

 

 

 

General Division.

 

 

 

...

1

...

Supervising Assistant........................................................

252

...

 

1

1

...

Senior Assistant.................................................................

165

162

 

10

13

...

Typists.................................................................................

1,779

1,384

 

4

3

...

Assistants............................................................................

433

567

 

2

2

...

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

221

208

 

1

1

...

Female Sorter.....................................................................

126

95

 

 

 

 

Allowances to officers performing duties of a higher class................................................................................

90

7

 

 

 

 

Cost of living allowances under Arbitration Court awards............................................................................

404

129