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Civil Estimates

Volume 497: debated on Wednesday 19 March 1952

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Class I
£
2.House of Commons10
9.Exchequer and Audit Department22,120
11.Government Chemist1,500
17.Public Record Office1,400
26.Miscellaneous Expenses10
26B.Funeral of His late Majesty58,000

Class II
8.Overseas Settlement405,450
9.Colonial Office15,000
10.Colonial and Middle Eastern Services10

Class III
3.Police, England and Wales973,500
8.County Courts10,050
11.Law Charges10
14.Police, Scotland140,550
20.Department of the Registers of Scotland10
21.Supreme Court of Judicature, &c., Northern Ireland10

Class IV
2.British Museum101,000
3.British Museum (Natural History)4,300
6.National Gallery750

Class VII
£
1.Ministry of Works813,000
4. Public Buildings Overseas90,000
6. Royal Parks and Pleasure Gardens62,300
8. Rates on Government Property326,000
9. Stationery and Printing1,220,000

Revenue Departments
1. Customs and Excise680,000
2. Inland Revenue1,250,000
3. Post Office18,692,000
£24,866,980

Question put, and agreed to.