HC Deb 30 March 1896 vol 39 cc377-8

I beg to ask the Vice President of the Committee of Council on Education, whether the Education Department have allowed the managers of St. Mary Magdalene's School, Paddington, to amend their accounts for the year 1894–5 by including in them the special fund raised for structural alterations; whether he is aware that, in consequence of that amendment of accounts, the sum of £94 18s. 7d., which had been deducted under Article 107 of the Code, has been refunded to the managers; and whether, under Article 90 of the Code, any outlay is permitted on the premises beyond the cost of ordinary repairs to appear in the school accounts?


The facts are as stated. The expenditure was allowed under Article 90, because it was found that the works done were "renewals" and not "alterations."

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