§ 56. Sir D. Kaberry
asked the President of the Board of Trade how many civil servants, established or permanent, and temporary, respectively, were employed in Board of Trade departments on 1st March, 1951, and 1st March, 1962, or on the nearest available dates; and what were the totals, respectively, of their salaries and wages paid as on those dates.
§ Mr. Erroll
On 1st April, 1951, the numbers of established and temporary non-industrial civil servants in the Board of Trade, excluding staff recruited overseas, were 6,003 and 3,970, respectively. The cost of salaries and wages for the year ending 31st March, 1951, was about £5,200,000. On 1st April, 1962, the numbers were 5,861 established and 1,438 temporary, and the cost of salaries and wages for the year ending 31st March, 1962, was about £7,900,000.