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1906. NEW ZEALAND.

UNAUTHORISED EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH, 1906.

Presented to both Houses of the General Assembly pursuant to Section 49 of " The PublicRevenues Act, 1891."

STATEMENT of the UNAUTHORISED EXPENDITURE of the CONSOLIDATED FUND for the FINANCIAL YEAR ended 31st March, 1906.

Consolidated Fund. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. FOR SERVICES NOT PROVIDED FOR. Legislative Department: — Bonus to Committee Reporters for extra work during session Crookery, plate, towels, &o., for Bellamy's 50 0 0 201 17 4 251 17 4 Colonial Secretary's Department: — Expenses connected with visit of New Zealand Football Team to England—■ Passages from London to New Zealand Sundry small payments 1,928 11 5 35 6 6 * 1,963 17 11 Tourist Department: — Expenses connected with visit of Mr. T. E. Donne to America and Europe— Special allowance .. .. £300 0 0 Expended in entertaining .. 67 4 0 Maintenance of Lake Manapouri steamer: Wages, stores, and material 367 4 0 202 18 2 Treasury Department: — Amounts claimed by Public Trustee for payment to next of kin — Estate of J. Honeywill Estate of H. Monkhouse 570 2 2 77 8 1 12 7 11 89 16 0 Postal Department: — Expenses of Departmental inquiry into the oonduct of Postal offioers Willis, Laroombe, Lundon, and West.. 154 19 7 Customs Department: — Refund of Customs duties collected in New Zealand on goods shipped duty-paid to Cook Islands and Niue, for year ended 31st March, 1905— Paid Cook Islands Paid Niue 1,947 19 6 1,172 18 0 3,120 17 6 Printing Department: — Salary of G. Woodward, book-finisher, Government Printing Office, for month of March, 1906, on retirement 16 5 0 Hospitals Department .- — Grant to North Wairarapa Benevolent Society for furnishing, and water-supply for Old People's Home, Masterton Royal Commission, Waltham Orphanage Inquiry— Allowance to Commissioner .. £22 1 0 Expenses of witnesses .. .. 12 10 8 Reporting evidence .. .. 155 3 6 Sundries .. .. .. 0 5 0 350 0 0 190 0 2 Working Railways Department: — Wages of men employed erecting statue of Queen Victoria, Dunedin 540 0 2 34 13 0 Carried forward 6,742 8 8

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STATEMENT of the UNAUTHORISED EXPENDITURE— continued.

£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d, Consolidated Fund— continued. FOR SERVICES NOT PROVIDED FOR— continued. 6,742 8 8 Brought forward Defence Department: — Taranaki Mounted Rifle Volunteers, oapitation granted for attendance at extra training camps Compensation to widow and dependants of the late W. J. Cooper, shot while marking at Grassmere Rifle Range Pay and house allowance of Sergeant-Major W. Knee, relieved from duty owing to mental disease, paid to his wife Compassionate allowance to widow of C. E. Fawcett, messenger and caretaker, Commandant's Office, Wellington 39 14 6 300 0 0 37 2 4 82 2 0 Police Department: — Expenditure connected with extradition of S. McShane— Passage to England of detective Law-costs 458 18 10 Lands and Survey Department: — Hawke's Bay Timber Company, interest on part of purchase-money of Tamaki Block Compensation to J. Murdoch, clerk, Dunedin, on retirement from service through ill health Compensation to M. Tansey for damage to house caused by slip on Section 3 (IX), Hautapu.. Expenditure connected with establishing workmen's homes Travelling-allowance to members of Land Boards when inspecting runs, being in excess of regulation allowance 66 0 0 6 6 0 72 6 0 31 9 0 43 5 0 100 0 0 452 15 8 19 8 0 646 17 8 Advances, Miscellaneous .-— Advances outstanding .. 7,920 11 2 656 5 5 Total, services not provided for 8,576 16 7 FOR SERVICES IN EXCESS OF VOTES. Final Charges. Iedinaey Revenue Account :— Class I. Legislative Department,— £ s. d. Vote 2—House of Representatives ., 115 11 4 Class II Colonial Secretary's Department,— Vote 6—Ministers'Secretaries .. 2 11 1 7—Messengers and Office-keepers 47 11 6 8—Electoral Department .. 16,770 4 5 „ 10—Registrar-General'* Department 275 15 1 „ 11—High Commissioner's Department .. .. .. 1,292 16 6 Class IV. Industries and Commerce and Tourist and Health Resorts Department,— Vote 16—Tourist and Health Resorts Department .. .. .. 769 9 8 Class VII. Justice Department,— Vote 25—Bankruptcy .. .. .. 147 15 1 26—District Magistrates' and Wardens'Courts .. .. 1,56113 11 ,, 28—Coroners .. .. .. 103 10 10 „ 29—Miscellaneous Services .. 369 3 4 „ 30-Native Land Court .. .. 363 15 4 ,, 33—Prisons .. .. '.'. 2,051 18 10 Class IX. Post and Telegraph Department,— Vote 39—Maintenance of Telegraph and Telephone Lines .. .. 23 3 0 „ 40—Miscellaneous Services .. 1,071 8 7 Class XI. Marine and Harbours and Inspection of Machinery Departments, — Vote 43—Marine and Harbcurs „ 44—Government Steamers .. 2,068 13 8 Class XII. Printing and Stationery Department, — Vote 47 —Printing and Stationery - .. 54 3 2 Class XIII. Stamp and Deeds Department,— Vote 48 —Stamp Department .. .. 293 5 7 Class XIV. Education Department,— Vote 52—Secondary Education ,. 1,412 12 5 „ 53—Technical Instruction .'. 149 1 1 Advances. '■ 41 17 5 268 18' 4 35 17 8 , 7 8 9 Total. 115 11 4 2 11 1 47 11 6 16,812 1 10 275 15 1 , 1,292 16 6 1,038 8 0 183 12 9 1,569 2 8 103 10 10 369 3 4 625 12 7 2,126 6 5 261 17 3 74 7 7 18,038 18 1 23 3 0 19,110 6 8 574 11 9 122 10 6 574 11 9 2,191 4 2 54 3 2 293 10 .4 586 15 11 . 1,412 12 5 149 1 1 Carried forward .. .. 28,944 4 5 28,944 4 5 19,719 17 8 48,664 2 1 8,576 16

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STATEMENT of the UNAUTHORISED EXPENDITURE— continued.

Consolidated Fxmd-continued. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. FOR SERVICES IN EXCESS OP VOTES— continued. Final Charges Advances. Total. 8,576 16 1 Brought forward .. .. 28,944 4 5 Dbdinaey Revenue Account— continued. Class XV. Mental Hospitals and Charitable Department,— Vote 61—Mental Hospitals .. -■•■..■■ 1,673 8 0 „ 62—Charitable .. .. .. 200 0 1 Class XVI. Department of Labour, — Vote 64—Department of Labour .. 550 11 2 Class XX. Public Buildings and Domains, — Vote 73 —Government Domains .. 79 7 3 Class XXIV. Valuation Department,— Vote 82— Valuation Expenses .. .. 652 0 10 19,719 17 8 281 14 11 23 4 4 48,664 2 1 1,955 2 11 223 4 5 260 14 11 811 6 1 " ( 79 7 3 £32,099 11 9 20,285 11 10 652 0 10 52,385 3 7 £60,962 0 2 Total Obdinaey Revenue •• State Coal-mines Account. FOR SERVICES IN EXCESS OF VOTE. Final Charges. Advances. Total. Vote 116—State Coal-mines .. .. 14,570 9 3 5,580 16 2 20,151 5 5 £20,151 5 5 £14,570 9 3 5,580 16 2 Total State Coal-mines Account Public Works Fund. FOR SERVICES NOT PROVIDED FOR. Public Works Degartment: — Nelson Hospital and Charitable Aid Board—Grant for purchase of site for Old People's Home Purchase from Captain Kerr, of Tauranga, of land taken for experimental fruit farm Purchase of property known as Larnaoh's Castle, to be used as a hospital for mental disease 50 0 0 213 15 0 3,014 3 6 Public Health Department: — South Canterbury Hospital and Charitable Aid Board — Subsidy of £1 for £1 on contributions received from local bodies towards the erection and furnishing of Infectious Diseases Hospital at Timaru Southland Hospital and Charitable Aid Board —Grant on account of purchase of site and buildings for the Infectious Diseases Hospital and Annexe for the treatment of consumption at Inveroargill 3,277 18 6 820 2 10 1,000 0 0 Tourist and Health Resorts Department: — Purchase of steamer " Titiroa " and all appliances, together with the freehold Section 14, Block IX, Manipori Township 1,820 2 10 450 0 0 Roads Department: — Balanoe of salary and equipment allowance, 1st to 16th April, 1906, to A. C. Turner, Road Overseer 16 16 0 Maori Land Administration Department .- — Loan to the Aotea District Maori Land Board on security of inoome from leases under the provisions of " The Maori Land Administration Aot, 1900 " 1,000 0 0 Native Land Purchases Department: — Payment made in connection with the roading of Ohutu and other blocks 2,013 1 8 Total, services not provided for 8,577 19 0 FOR SERVICES IN EXCESS OF VOTES. Final Charges. Class XXV. Public Works, Departmental,— ' Vote 83 —Public Works, Departmental Class XXVI. Railways,— Vote 85 -Additions to Open Lines Class XXVIII. Public BuildingsVote 90—Customs .. .. .. 203 5 3 Class XXXI. Immigration,— grj^m Vote 101—Immigration .. .. 2,953 2 4 Advances. 206 5 5 8,025 4 2 Total. 206 5 5 8,025 4 2 203 5 3 2,953 2 4 £3,156 7 7 8,231 9 7 11,387 17 2 Total Public Woeks Fund .. I ':.. ■• £19,965 16 2

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STATEMENT of the UNAUTHORISED EXPENDITURE— continued.

Jambs B. Hbywood, Secretary to the Treasury. Robebt J. Collins, Accountant to the Treasury. The Treasury, 26th April, 1906. Examined and found correct. J. W. Poynton, Deputy Controller and Auditor.

Afyproximate Cost of Paper .—Preparation, not given; printing (1,450 copies), £3 16s.

Authority : John Mackay, Government Printer, Wellington.—l9o6.

Price 3d.]

Loans to Local Bodies Account. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. FOR SERVICES IN EXCESS OF VOTE. Advanoes. Total. Final Charges. Tote 121—Roads to open up Crown Lands £3,801 4 5 4 0 0 3,805 4 5 £3,801 4 5 4 0 0 Total Loans to Local Bodies Account £3,805 4 5 !OTAL UNAUTHOEISED . . £104,884 6 2

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B-04 UNAUTHORISED EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH, 1906., Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives, 1 January 1906

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B-04 UNAUTHORISED EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH, 1906. Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives, 1 January 1906

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