§ Major WARING
asked the Under-Secretary of State for War the amount of the salary and allowances paid to each member of the present Army Council, including the two civil secretaries, and the salaries and allowances of each member of the Army Council in 1913?
The particulars are as follow:
Total Emoluments Now. £ Secretary of State 5,000 Under-Secretary of State 1,500 Chief of the Imperial General Staff 5,000 Adjutant-General (Lieut.-General) 3,287 Quartermaster-General (Lieut.-General) 3,287 Master-General of the Ordnance (Lieut.-General) 3,287 Finance Member 1,500 Two Joint Secretaries, namely, Secretary of the War Office and Secretary (Finance)* 6,000 £28,861
Total Emoluments. 1913. £ Secretary of State 5,000 Under-Secretary of State 1,500 Chief of the Imperial General Staff (General) 3,000 Adjutant-General (Lieut.-General) 2,500 Quartermaster-General (Major-General) 2,000 Master-General of the Ordnance (Major-General) 2,000 Finance Member 1,500 £17,500 *These posts existed in 1913 as Secretary of the War Office (£2,000); Assistant Financial Secretary (£1,500);
but they were not then members of the Army Council.