Class I.

– in the House of Commons on 28th July 1942.

Alert me about debates like this

"That a sum, not exceeding £1,890,770, be granted to His Majesty, to complete the sum necessary to defray the charge which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1943, for Expenditure in respect of the Services included in Class I of the Civil Estimates, namely:

£
1. House of Lords Offices40,038
2. House of Commons335,661
3. Registration of Electors20,000
4. Treasury and Subordinate Departments (including a Supplementary sum of £17,390)541,063
5. Privy Council Office13,528
6. Privy Seal Office5,362
7. Charity Commission25,108
8. Civil Service Commission15,605
£
9. Exchequer and Audit Department152,860
10. Friendly Societies Deficiency2,968
11. Government Actuary13,134
12. Government Chemist60,692
13. Government Hospitality13,000
14. Import Duties Advisory Committee2,907
15. The Mint90
16. National Debt Office5,012
17. National Savings Committee300,420
18. Public Record Office28,305
19. Public Works Loan Commission14,080
20. Repayments to the Local Loans Fund25,000
21. Royal Commissions, &c.25,000
22. Miscellaneous Expenses50,049
23. Secret Service90
24. Treasury Chest Fund43,260
25. Tithe Redemption Commission90
26. Scottish Home Department154,560
27. Repayments to the Civil Contingencies Fund2,888
£1,890,770"

Question put, and agreed to.