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Civil Estimates And Estimates For Revenue Departments, Supplemen Tary Estimate, 1950–51

Volume 485: debated on Wednesday 14 March 1951

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That a Supplementary sum, not exceeding £12,168,357, be granted to His Majesty, to defray the charge which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1951, for expenditure in respect of the following Supplementary Estimates, namely:

Civil Estimates
Class I£
6.Privy Seal Office50
9.Exchequer and Audit Department7,500
10.Government Actuary10
14.National Debt Office10
Class II
7.Commonwealth Services10
10.Colonial and Middle Eastern Services10
13.Development and Welfare (South African High Commission Territories)100,000
Class III
3.Police, England and Wales10
4.Prisons, England and Wales109,750
8.County Courts, etc.10
15.Prisons, Scotland47,722
20.Department of the Registers of Scotland10
Class IV
3.British Museum (Natural History)2,000
6.National Gallery8,200
16.National Library, Scotland1,025
Class V
3.Housing, England and Wales10
5.Registrar General's Office5,000
9.National Assistance Board7,305,000
11.Friendly Societies Registry850
15.National Health Service, Scotland10
18.Registrar General's Office, Scotland2,100
Class VI
3.Financial Assistance in Development Areas150,000
4.Export Credits10
5.Export Credits (Special Guarantees)10
8.Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries10
16.Ministry of Civil Aviation10
24.State Management Districts, Scotland10
Class VII
3.Public Buildings, Great Britain10
4.Public Buildings Overseas90,000
9.Stationery and Printing245,000
Class VIII
4.Superannuation and Retired Allowances1,250,000
Class IX
6.Foreign Office (German Section)10
7.Administration of certain African Territories244,000

Revenue Departments
3.Post Office600,000

Question put, and agreed to.

Resolutions to be reported Tomorrow;

Committee to sit again Tomorrow.