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1896.

Appropriation Act, 1896.

Ch. 46.

373

Sums not Exceeding
Supply
Grants
Appropriations
in Aid
  No. £ £
  4. For martial law, &c., including the cost of naval prisons at home and abroad 10,600 30
  5. For educational services 81,300 30,278
  6. For scientific services 63,300 10,880
  7. For the expense of the royal naval reserve, reserve of retired officers, seamen and marine pensioners, and royal naval artillery volunteers 229,800 111
8. Sect. 1. For the expense of the personnel for shipbuilding, repairs, and maintenance, including the cost of establishments of dockyards and naval yards at home and abroad 2,104,000 12,915
8. Sect. 2. For the expense of the materiel for shipbuilding, repairs, and maintenance, including the cost of establishments of dockyards and naval yards at home and abroad 2,251,00 136,000
8. Sect. 3. For the expense of contract work for shipbuilding, repairs, &c. 5,386,000 37,480
  9. For naval armaments 2,543,200 57,655
  10. For works, buildings, and repairs at home and repairs, including the cost of superintendence, purchase of sites, grants in aid, and other charges connected therewith 618,400 6,500
  11. For miscellaneous effective services 189,200 9,546
  12. For the expense of the Admiralty Office 236,800 8,760
  13. For half-pay, reserved and retired pay to officers of the navy and marines 749,000 12,258
  14. For naval and marine pensions, gratuities, and compassionate allowances 1,030,100 21,990
  15. For civil pensions and gratuities 324,400 489
  16. For the expense necessary to be provided for under the arrangement made between the Imperial and Australasian Government for the protection of floating trade in Australasian waters 60,300 35,000
Total Navy Services £ 21,823,000 951,318