Class I

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimate, 1952–53 – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 24th July 1952.

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That a sum, not exceeding £8,570,569, be granted to Her 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. 1953, for Expenditure in respect of the Services included in Class I of the Civil Estimates, namely:

£
1.House of Lords73,820
2.House of Commons624,690
3.Registration of Electors275,000
4.Treasury and Subordinate Departments2,249,653
5.Privy Council Office18,795
6.Privy Seal Office5,050
7.Charity Commission54,823
8.Civil Service Commission265,290
9.Exchequer and Audit Department265,742
10.Government Actuary18,598
11.Government Chemist160,727
12.Government Hospitality40,000
13.The Mint90
14.National Debt Office1,705
15.National Savings Committee627,254
16.Overlapping Income Tax Payments6,500
17.Public Record Office60,054
18.Public Works Loan Commission90
19.Repayments to the Local Loans Fund8,700
20.Royal Commissions, &c.100,530
21.Secret Service3,000,000
22.Tithe Redemption Commission90
23.Silver90
24.American Aid Counterpart Funds350,000

£
25.Miscellaneous Expenses82,661
25A.Repayments to the Civil Contingencies Fund262,835
Scotland: —
27.Scottish Record Office17,682
£8,570,569

Question put, and agreed to.