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Cost Of Administration

Volume 65: debated on Thursday 30 July 1914

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asked the hon. Member for St. George's-in-the-East, as representing the Insurance Commissioners, whether the Estimate for the cost of central administration of £876,140 includes all the items in other Votes besides those in Class VII. of the Civil

Authority.SanatoriumTotal Beds Available.Remarks.
Birmingham Town CouncilYardley Road Sanatorium199142 additional beds have been provided, making the total number 199.
Birmingham Hospital Sunday FundRomsley Hill Sanatorium105The sanatorium was completed in 1913. Beds are reserved for patients sent by the Town Councils of Birmingham and Smethwick.
Bootle Town CouncilMaghull Hospital20It was decided to use this hospital, which was being erected for the reception of small-pox cases, for the treatment of tuberculosis. The number of beds was increased from 14 to 20, and other alterations and additions have been made.
Bootle Town CouncilLinacre Hospital16A pavilion has been adapted for the purpose and other alterations made.

Service Estimates; and if he will give particulars showing how the £876,140 is arrived at?

The answer to the first part of the question is in the affirmative. The amount of £876,140 is made up as follows: Joint Committee Vote, £23,964; English Commission Vote, £295,911; Scottish Commission Vote, £64,615; Irish Commission Vote, £56,920; Welsh Commission Vote, £42,202; Other Votes, £392,528.