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[ Acts No. 1873, June 19, 1908 ]

AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR SUNDRY EXPENSES OF THE AMENDING INSULAR GOVERNMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE THIRTIETH, NINE- TEEN HUNDRED AND NINE, AND OTHER DESIGNATED PERIODS.

By authority of the United States, be it enacted by the Philippine Legislature, that:

SECTION 1. Tin; following sums, or so much thereof as may be respectively necessary, are hereby appropriated, out of any funds in the Insular Treasury not otherwise appropriated, in compensation for the service of the Insular Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and nine, unless otherwise stated.
EXECUTIVE.

For salaries as follows: Governor-General, at thirty thousand pesos per annum : Secretary of the Interior, at twenty-one thousand pesos per annum : Secretary of Commerce and Police, at twenty-one thousand pesos per annum; Secretary of Finance and Justice at twenty-one thousand pesos per annum; Secretary of Public Instruct ion. at twenty-one thousand pesos per annum; one Secretary of Department newly created, at twenty-one thousand pesos per annum; private secretary to the Governor-General, at five thousand pesos per annum; live private secretaries, at four thousand eight hundred pesos per annum each; one hundred and sixty-four thousand pesos.

LEGISLATIVE.

PHILIPPINE COMMISSION.

For salaries of the President and four Commissioners, at ten thousand pesos per annum each; four Commissioners, not Secretaries of Departments, at fifteen thousand pesos per annum each; Secretary of the Commission, at six thousand pesos per annum; three private secretaries, at two thousand eight hundred pesos per annum each; one hundred and twenty-four thousand four hundred pesos: Provided, however, That if the President of the United States should not create a new executive department the sum of two thousand eight hundred pesos from the amount appropriated under the head of "Executive" is  hereby made available  for the payment  of a private secretary under this head: And provided further, That should the President of the United States create a new executive department and the new Commissioner is appointed as Secretary thereof, he shall, as Commissioner, receive a salary not to exceed ten thousand pesos per annum.

PHILIPPINE  ASSEMBLY.

For salary of the Speaker of the Assembly, at sixteen thousand pesos per annum; for salary of a private secretary, at three thousand six hundred pesos per annum ; for per diems of Delegates, each at thirty pesos for each day of session: Provided, That the Assembly may direct the payment of per diems to Delegates who, during the recess of the Legislature shall be engaged in work ordered by said Assembly; for salary of the Secretary, at six thousand pesos per annum; for salaries and compensation of subordinate personnel; expenses of the committee heretofore authorized to have charge of the compilation and codification of laws, all the members of which committee shall lie appointed  by the President of the Commission and the Speaker of the Assembly acting jointly, anything in existing laws or resolutions of the Legislature to the contrary notwithstanding, and the expenses of other committees authorized by law or resolution of the Legislature to act during the recess of the Legislature:  Provided,  That members of the Assembly serving on such committees shall receive their regular per diem for each day of attendance on the committee or of actual service rendered to the commit lee. and that members of committees who are not members of the Philippine Commission or of the Philippine Assembly shall receive such compensation as may he fixed by the President of the Commission and the Speaker of the Assembly not exceeding the per diem allowed Assembly Delegates, and that members of the Commission serving on such committees shall receive no  other compensation: And provided further,  That the Governor-General and Speaker of the Assembly shall fix the minimum of hours of session of such committees ;  for traveling expenses of the Speaker of the  Assembly  when  making inspection  trips; traveling expenses of Delegates and subordinate personnel, printing and binding, rentals of buildings, postage and telegrams, equipment and office supplies, installation of library, expenses of a committee of three, hereby authorized, which shall be appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly, to prepare the record of the proceedings of the Assembly for the inaugural, first, and special sessions of the First Philippine Legislature, and who shall receive such compensation as shall be fixed by the President of the Commission and the Speaker of the Assembly, not exceeding the regular per diem allowed to members of the Assembly, incidental expenses; three hundred and fifty thousand pesos.

RESIDENT  COMMISSIONERS  TO THE  UNITED  STATES.

For salaries of two private secretaries, at four thousand pesos per annum each; for traveling expenses of private secretaries; nine thousand pesos.

EXECUTIVE BUREAU.

Brecutive Bureau: For salaries and wages of Executive Secretary, at eighteen thousand pesos per annum; Assistant Executive Secretary, at twelve thousand pesos per annum; Second Assistant Executive Secretary, at seven thousand pesos per annum; Special Agent, at eight thousand pesos per annum.

Division of legislative records:

Chief of division, whose duties shall be performed by the Secretary of the Commission without additional compensation; one clerk, class six: two clerks, class seven; one clerk, class nine; one clerk, class ten; one messenger, at three hundred pesos per annum; and such oilier employees as may be necessary from time to time and as may the assigned to his office by the Executive Secretary from the authorized  force of the Executive Bureau.

Translating division :

Chief of division, at seven thousand pesos per annum; assistant chief, class four: one clerk, class five; two-clerks, class six; one clerk, class seven; one clerk, at three thousand pesos per annum; one clerk', class eight: two clerks, Class A; one clerk, Class F.; one messenger, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum.

Division of archives, patents, copyrights, and trade-marks: Chief of division, at six thousand pesos per annum; one clerk, class seven : three clerks, class eight; one clerk, class ten; one clerk, Class C: two clerks. Class D; two clerks. Class F; three clerks, Class H: one clerk'. Class I ; two clerks. Class J; two messengers, at three hundred pesos per annum each.

Law division :

Chief of division, at six thousand pesos per annum; one clerk, class six: one clerk, class seven: one clerk, at three thousand pesos per annum ; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, Class B; one clerk, Class D; two clerk. Class F: one special employee, at seven hundred and twenty pesos per annum: one messenger, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum.

Administration division:

Chief of division, class three; assistant chief, class four; one clerk, class five: throe clerks, class six; eight clerks, class seven; three clerks, class eight; four clerks, class nine; one employee, at two thousand one hundred and sixty pesos per annum; three clerks, Class A; two clerks. Class B: one clerk, Class D; one clerk, Class E: six messengers, at four hundred and eighty pesos per annum each: nine messengers, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum each; two messengers, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum each.

Records division :

Chief of division, class four; one clerk, class five; one clerk, class six; four clerks, class seven; four clerks, class eight; three clerks, class nine: one clerk, class ten; one clerk, Class A; one clerk, Class B; two clerks, Class C; four clerks, Class D; two clerks. Class E; two clerks. Class F; three clerks, Class G; two clerk, Class H; two clerks, Class I; five messengers, at four hundred and eighty pesos per annum each; four messengers, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum each.

Custodian force:

One janitor, Class A: one watchman, Class G; ten laborers, at twenty-five pesos per month each; four laborers, at twenty pesos per month each.

Miscellaneous:
Per diems of ten pesos for the officer detailed as aid-de-camp to the Governor-General; for hire of temporary employees, including translators; for reimbursement of judiciary appropriation, account services of 'Reporter of Supreme Court and office force, in compiling the Acts of the Legislature, the Official Gazette, and so forth.

Contingent expenses:

For contingent expenses, including purchase of office equipment and supplies; transportation of officers, employees, and supplies; per diems: cablegrams; postage and telegrams; printing and binding; advertising; subscriptions  to newspapers:  for a fund to be expended in the discretion of the Governor-General; for a special fund to  be expended in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior for such purposes as may be considered necessary in establishing and promoting friendly relations with non-Christian tribes and suppressing head hunting, six thousand pesos; electric lighting, Ayuntamiento building; ice, water, and supplies, Ayunta-miento building: telephone rent. Ayuntamiento building; for hire of transportation from the city of Manila:  street-car tickets; and emergency transportation: for contingent expenses of Malacañan, including lighting of  park and buildings, purchase and repair of equipment, furniture, maintenance of buildings and grounds, telephone rent, transportation: and other incidental expenses; four hundred and ninety-seven thousand nine hundred and :  eighty-four pesos.

BUREAU  OF  AUDITS.

Bureau of Audits: For salaries and wages of—

Administration:
Insular Auditor, at twelve thousand pesos per annum; Deputy  Insular Auditor, at seven thousand five hundred pesos per annum;  two assistant auditors, class one ; four clerks, class three : two clerks, I class four; two clerks, class five; five clerks, class six; eight clerks, class seven; eleven clerks, class eight: six clerks, class nine; five clerks, class ten; three clerks, Class A : two clerks, Class B; three clerks, Class C: three clerks, Class D: three clerks, Class E; four clerks, Class F; four clerks, Class G : eight clerks. Class H; sixteen clerks, Class  I;  eight  clerks, Class  J; one messenger, at  three hundred and sixty pesos per annum : three messengers, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum each.

Provincial division:

Chief district auditor, at six  thousand  pesos per annum; two clerks, class   four; ten clerks, class five; ten clerks, class six; four clerks, class seven; two clerks, class eight: two clerks, class nine.

Railway division:

One clerk, class six; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, Class D; one clerk, at one thousand pesos per annum; two clerks, Class G; three clerks, Class H; one messenger, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum.

Miscellaneous:

Watchmen, Intendencia building; for temporary employees; for accrued leaves of absence.

Contingent expenses:

For contingent expenses, including purchase of office furniture and supplies; traveling expenses and per diems; transportation of officers, employees, and supplies; cablegrams; postage and telegrams; printing and binding; printing Part II of Auditor's Report; building service; other incidental expenses; three hundred and sixty-six thousand two hundred and seven pesos.

BUREAU OF CIVIL SERVICE.

Bureau of Civil Service: Tor salaries and wages of Director of Civil Service, at ten thousand pesos per annum; Assistant Director of Civil Service., at seven thousand pesos per annum; one examiner, class three: one examiner, class four; one examiner, class five; two examines, class six: two examiners, class seven; three examiners, class eight; one clerk. Glass A; two clerks, Class B; two clerks, Class C; two clerks. Class D: two clerks, Class F; six clerks, Class G; two clerks, Class H; one clerk, Class I; one clerk, Class J; one messenger, Class J ; one messenger, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum: two messengers, Class K, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum each : for temporary employees; and accrued leaves: for contingent expenses, including printing and binding; cablegrams: postage and telegrams; transportation of officers, employees, and supplies; per diems; books, office furniture, and supplies; advertising: rent of telephone; and incidental expenses: Provided, That the cost of cablegrams sent at the request of other branches of the Government shall be borne by the Office making such request; seventy-eight thousand three hundred pesos.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

BUREAU NF HEALTH

Bureau of Health:  For salaries and wages of—
General office:

Director of Health, at twelve thousand pesos per annum; one messenger, at thirty pesos per month.

Inspection division:

Assistant Director  of  Health,  at  seven thousand five hundred pesos per annum; one  district health officer, Cebu and Oriental Negros, at  five thousand pesos per annum; one district health of Ambos  Camarines,  at four thousand pesos per health officer, Palawan, at four thousand pesos per annum: one district health officer, Lepanto-Bontoc, at four thousand pesos per annum; one district health officer, Pampanga, at three thousand four hundred pesos per annum; one district health officer, Batangas and Tayabas, at three thousand two hundred pesos per annum: one district health officer, Iloilo, at three thousand pesos per annum: one district health officer, Leyte and Samar, at three thousand pesos per annum; one district health officer. Bataan. Cavite, and Rizal, at two thousand eight hundred pesos per annum : one district health officer, Mindoro and Romblon, at two thousand eight hundred pesos per annum ; one district health officer, Bulacan. ai two thousand seven hundred pesos per annum;  office district health officer, Occidental Negros, at two thousand seven hundred pesos per annum:  one  district health officer, La Laguna, at two thousand four hundred pesos per annum; one district health officer, Iloilol, at two thousand four hundred pesos per each health officer,  Cagayan and Isabela, at two thousand four hundred  pesos per annum; one district health officer, Ilocos Norte and Ilocos Sur, at two thousand four hundred per annum ; one district health officer, La Union and Zambales, at two thousand four hundred pesos per annum; one district health officer, Misamis, at two thousand four hundred pesos per annum; one district health officer, Nueva Ecija, at two thousand four hundred pesos per annum; one district health officer, Pangasinan, at three thousand two hundred pesos per annum; one district health officer, Sorsogon and Masbate, at two thousand four hundred pesos per annum; one district health officer, Surigao, at two thousand four hundred pesos per annum; one district health officer, Tarlac, at two thousand four hundred'pesos per annum; one district health officer, at one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; one medical inspector, at five thousand four hundred pesos per annum: one medical inspector, at five thousand pesos per annum: one medical inspector, at four thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; three medical inspectors, at four thousand five hundred pesos per annum each; thirteen medical inspectors, at four thousand pesos' per annum each; one clerk, class eight; one sanitary inspector, class ten; five employees, at thirty pesos per month each: eleven employees, at twenty pesos per month each.

Sanitary engineering division:

Sanitary engineer, at seven thousand pesos per annum; one clerk, class nine; two sanitary inspectors, class ten; one clerk, Class G; one junior draftsman, Class G.

Statistical division :

Chief of division, at five thousand pesos per annum; one interpreter and translator, class eight; two clerks, Class C; one clerk,
Class D: one clerk, Class I; two clerks, Class J, clerical division.

Clerical division:

Chief of division, class four; three clerks, class seven; one clerk, class nine: three clerks, Class A; one clerk, Class E; one clerk,
Class I; one clerk, Class J; four employees, at thirty pesos per month each: one employee, at twenty pesos per month.

Property division:

One property clerk, class six; one clerk, Class A; one clerk, Class P; one clerk, Class I; four employees, at thirty pesos per month
each.

Vaccinating division:

For the employment of vaccinators in the city of Manila and in the provinces, under such restrictions as the Secretary of the Interior may direct, the provisions of existing law to the contrary notwithstanding,

Sanitary stations :

Seven sanitary inspectors, class ten; three municipal physicians, at one hundred and forty-one pesos and sixty-seven centavos par month each; five municipal physicians, at one hundred and twenty-five pesos per month each; ten assistant sanitary inspectors, fifty pesos per month each.

Disinfecting division:

One disinfector, class nine; two assistant disinfectors, Class A; six disinfector's assistants, at thirty pesos per month each. Free Dispensary.

Central Free Dispensary:

One pharmacist, class ten; one assistant pharmacist, at ninety pesos per month; one employee-clerk, at forty pesos per month.

Emergency funds:

For the hire of such temporary employees as may be necessary in the suppression and extermination of epidemic diseases and pests.

General hospital division:

One supervising nurse, class nine, with subsistence and quarters in kind: two internes, at one thousand pesos per annum each; two internes, at six hundred pesos per annum each; four internes, at three hundred pesos per annum each: Provided, That the internes may he allowed subsistence, quarters, and laundry in kind with or without other compensation and at the expense of the hospitals or other institutions at which said internes shall be assigned to duty: Provided, further, That said internes shall be selected by the Director, of Health after competitive examination to be prescribed by him and the provisions of Act Numbered Sixteen hundred and ninety-eight shall not apply to these positions; and that in the event of the selection for appointment to the position of interne of a person residing outside of the Philippine Islands, such person shall be entitled to actual and necessary traveling expenses from his place of residence to Manila, and after two years of satisfactory service he shall be entitled to actual and necessary traveling expenses from Manila to his place of residence if such expenses be not greater than to place of appointment.

San Lazaro Hospitals division:

One superintendent, class eight, one steward, class ten, two watchmen at ninety pesos per month each, or one hundred and pesos per month each if subsistence  and quarters  be not furnished, one laborer, at thirty pesos per month, two laborers, at twenty-five pesos per month each, one driver, at twenty pesos mill, one cook, at eighty pesos per month, with subsistence quarters in kind; one engineer, at forty-eight pesos per month; two carpenters, at forty-eight pesos per month each; four laborers, at twenty pesos per month each.

Insane department: Nine attendants, Class C, one matron, at  forty-eight pesos per month, two assistant cooks, at thirty pesos per month each, five servants, at twenty pesos per month each, one seamstress, at twenty pesos per month, five laundresses, at fifteen pesos per month each, twelve servants, at fifteen pesos per month each, with subsistence and quarters in kind.

Leper department: One house physician, class ten, one capataz, at forty pesos per month, one cook, at forty pesos per month, four nurses, at twenty pesos per month each, one assistant cook, at twenty pesos per month, three hundymen, at fifteen pesos per month each, four servants, at fifteen pesos per month each, one servant, at twelve pesos per month, twelve leper police, at twenty centavos per day each, with subsistence and quarters in kind.

Contagions disease department: One chief trained nurse, at two  thousand and forty pesos per annum, four trained nurses, Class A, one conk, at forty pesos per month, two nurses, at thirty pesos per month each, one servant, at, twenty-five pesos per month, three servants, at twenty pesos per month each, three servants, at fifteen pesos per month each, one laundress, at fifteen pesos per month, with subsistence and quarters in kind.

Morgue and crematory department: One morgue attendant, Class C, one cemetery inspector, at thirty pesos per month, two laborers, at twenty-five pesos per month each, with subsistence and quarters in kind.


Culion leper colony division:

Chief of culion leper colony division, at seven thousand pesos per annum with quarters in kind; one assistant steward, class nine; one assistant steward and engineer, class ten; one physician, class ten; one chaplain, at one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; one chaplain, with quarters and subsistence only; two clerks, Class F for compensation of Sisters of Charity in leper hospital at rates to be fixed by the Director of Health with the apprmal of the Secretary of the Interior, not to exceed five thousand four hundred pesos; one employee, at fifty-eight pesos per month, six servants, at thirty pesos per month each, two sailors, at twelve pesos per month each, with subsistence and quarters in kind; leper employees: one cook, at fifty pesos per annum. two servants, at twenty-five pesos per month each, one encargado. at ten pesos per month, six employees, at six pesos per month each, five kitchen attendants, at six pesos per month each, twenty leper police, at twenty centavos per day each, with subsistence and quarters in kind; for hire of leper attendants, servants, nurses, and so forth, as needed, not to exceed fifty centavos per day each, for guards, steward, and attendants to care for increased number of lepers, with subsistence and quarters in kind.

Civil Hospital division :

Chief, Civil Hospital division, at seven thousand pesos per annum; one superintendent, class eight, two house surgeons, class nine, one dispensing clerk, class nine, one clerk, class nine, one clerk and interpreter, at one thousand two hundred pesos per annum, one matron, at two thousand and forty pesos per annum, one dietist, Class B, one operating nurse. Class B, thirteen nurses, Class C, two attendants, Class C, eight attendants. Class D, one practicante, at twenty pesos per mouth, one clue two cook, at seventy pesos per month, two cooks, at fifty peso, per month each, one assistant cook, at thirty pesos per month, with quarters and subsistence in kind; six employees, at twenty-six pesos per month each, six employees, at twenty-two pesos per month each, seven employees, at eighteen pesos per month each, thirteen employees, at fourteen pesos per month each, with subsistence in kind : for the employment of temporary clerks and other employees as substitutes for persons occupying similar positions who have been granted leave of absence: Provided, That the Director of Health may employ, without the intervention of the Bureau of Civil Service, an additional house surgeon for the Civil Hospital division, without pay. such house surgeon to receive subsistence and quarters, if accommodation can be found for him in the buildings at present used in connection with the Civil Hospital division, or in lieu thereof the Director of Health may designate one qualified physician, employee of the Government, to be given board and quarters as additional compensation for his services during hours not engaged with bis regular duties, the provisions of existing law to the contrary notwithstanding.

Baguio Hospital division:

One superintendent and cashier, class nine, one nurse and housekeeper, at one thousand nine, hundred and twenty pesos per annum, two nurses, Class C, one employee, at fifty pesos per month, one employee, at thirty pesos per month, two employees, at sixteen pesos per month each, one employee, at ten pesos per month, with subsistence and quarters in kind ; for hire of temporary and emergency employees as necessary; for subsistence and quarters as additional compensation to any employee of another branch of the Government whose partial services may be required and secured, the provisions of existing law to the contrary notwithstanding: Provided, That the charges at the hospital as fixed by law prior to November first, nineteen hundred and five, may thereafter be changed by the Director of Health with the approval of the Secretary of the Interior.

Prison sanitation division:

One dispensing clerk, class nine, two hospital attendants, Class A, three practicantes, at seventy pesos per month each, with quarters in kind.

Miscellaneous:

For secretary-treasurers and examiners' fees as provided by law, for the Board of Medical Examiners, Board of Pharmaceutical Examiners, and Board of Dental Examiners.

For the hire of temporary employees: Provided, That quarters and subsistence may be furnished to such temporary employees if regular employees engaged in similar work are entitled to quarters and subsidence: commutation of accrued leave of officers and employees.

Contingent  expenses :

For contingent expenses, including purchase of office, hospital, plant station, dispensary, and disinfecting furniture, equipment, and supplies: per diems of officers and employees when traveling on official business: transportation of officers, employees, and supplies: cablegrams, postage, and telegrams; printing and. binding; for the support and maintenance of hospitals, plants, and stations: for the suppression and extermination of epidemic diseases and pests: for subsistence of inmates of hospitals, plants, and camps for communicable diseases, and of other persons entitled thereto: Provided, That commutation of subsistence, at rates to be approved by the Secretary of the Interior, may be paid in lieu of subsistence in kind: Provided further, That the city of Manila shall pay, at rates to be approved by the Secretary of the Interior, for the maintenance of all insane persons committed after the date of this Act, who shall have resided in Manila for a period of one or more years prior to dale of application for commitment, so long as the number of insane persons maintained at the expense of the Insular Government on account of the city of Manila shall exceed the latter s pro rata share of such persons on the basis of population; for transportation of Sisters of Charity to and from Culion when sick; for subsistence of Sisters of Charity while en route from Manila to Culion and return; for payments to the Hospicio de San Jose. In the Colegio de Santa Isabel, and to the Saint Vincent de Paul Orphan Asylum, for the maintenance of orphans and other imligeni persons : Provided, That in the event of the marriage of any female inmate of a charitable institution who is maintained at the expense of the Government, a dowry equal to the expense of maintenance for two years may lie paid to her from this appropriation in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior; for the free dispensing of medicines and medical supplies to indigent persons, or to government employees, upon prescriptions of qualified physicians, in accordance with existing law: for custodian's charges; rents: repairs: for renewal and extension of plants; for vaccine viris; sera; telephones: photographs; ice; surgical instruments; medical and professional books and periodicals; electric current and illuminating supplies: cleaning vaults and pails; hire and maintenance of official transportation; in the discretion of the Director of Health, gratuities of twenty centavos per week to the inmates of Government leper institutions: Provided, That subsistence and quarters of medical officers and employees of the Bureau of Health may be furnished when assigned to duty in institutions maintained by Bureau of Health; for collection of lepers: Provided, That the Bureau of Health is hereby authorized to continue construction work at Culion without the intervention of the .Bureau of Public Works or the Consulting Architect, existing law to the contrary notwithstanding; and other incidental expenses: one million three hundred thousand pesos.

So much the funds accruing from the license and internal-revenue taxes under the provisions of Act -Numbered Seventeen hundred and sixty-one as may be necessary are hereby made available for the payment of the reasonable expenses in some reputable hospital of persons desiring to cure themselves of the opium habit and, in the discretion of the Director of Health, of the traveling expenses from and to their place of residence in the provinces of such patients as reside outside of Manila and are in needy circumstances, and for other expenses incident hereto: Provided, That no patient shall be treated at the expense of the Government under the foregoing provisions for a longer period than sixty days: Provided further, That the expenditure of funds hereinbefore made available shall be under the direction and control of the Director of Health.

BUREAU OF LANDS.

Bureau of Lands: For salaries and wages of Director of Lands, at twelve thousand pesos per annum ; Assistant Director of Lands, class four; two clerks, class three: one chief surveyor, class three; one clerk, class five; five surveyors, class live; three-clerks, class six; one chief computer, class six; seven surveyors, class six; one chief draftsman, class six; seven clerks, class seven; fifteen transitmen,  class seven ; two computers, class seven ; seven clerks, class eight; one superintendent of irrigation,  class  eight; twenty-two  transitmen, class eight; one draftsman, class eight: nine clerks, class nine; twenty computers, class nine; six transitmen, class nine; six clerks, class ten; four transitmen, class ten: one clerk. Class A; twenty computers, Class B; two clerks. Class C; three clerks, Class D; six clerks, Class E; one clerk, Class F: two junior draftsmen, Class F; seven clerks, Class G; two junior draftsmen,.Class H; four clerks,  Class I; six junior draftsmen. Class  J; six clerks, Class I; eight  junior draftsmen, Class I ; eight clerks. Class J ; two junior draftsmen,  Class J;  one clerk,  at three  hundred and sixty  pesos per  annum; six junior surveyors, at tiflv pesos per month each; twelve apprentice surveyors, at thirty pesos  per month  each; twelve apprentice surveyors, at twenty pesos per month each :  Provided, That the provisions of sections one and two of Act Numbered  Fourteen hundred and ninety-one he and are hereby amended so as to permit students who have satisfactorily completed the second year of provincial or Manila high  school  instruction   to  lie  certified  by the Director of Education to the Director of Lands as student: surveyors, and all student surveyors shall continue their course of instruction in such school as the Secretary of Public Instruction may determine; one clerk, at three hundred pesos per annum ; one clerk, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum : two "messengers, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum each ; one office boy, at twenty-five pesos per month; one office boy, at, twenty pesos per month; for special attorneys retained in "friar lands" cases; hire of overseers, foremen, irrigation ditch tenders and laborers, chainmen, semiskilled and unskilled laborers for survey parties, and for hire of temporary employees; for accrued leaves of absence; for contingent expenses, including purchase of office furniture, drafting supplies, instruments and equipment for field parties; office supplies; subsistence for survey particfe; transportation of officers and employees, of survey parlies, and of supplies; incidental expenses, including rents, repairs, forage, and so forth, and for the purchase and maintenance of transportation for managers of "friar lands" estates, for an allowance of twenty pesos per month each to officers and employees in the provinces and each authorized horse furnished and maintained by said for official transportation : Provided, That the hereby authorized, with the prior approval of Interior, to advance to officers and employees  and twenty-five pesos for the purchase of each native horse or four hundred pesos for the purchase of each Australian horse required for transportation, such advances to be ruimhurseil to the Government by monthly deductions of ten per centum in ease of the purchase of a native horse and twenty per centum in ease of the purchase of an Australian horse from the officers' and employees' salaries, and for such advances this appropriation is hereby made available; for repairs to irrigation dams and ditches and to buildings on "friar lands" estates; for the erection of survey monuments, and other incidental expenses; per diems of officers and employees, not members of survey parties, including appraisers for public lands and "friar lands" estates when traveling on official business: printing and binding; cablegrams; postage and telegrams: sheriffs' fees and court costs, registers' and court fees in case heretofore or hereafter instituted by or against the Government of the Philippine Islands affecting the public or other lands owned by the Government: and incidental expenses; five hundred and fifty thousand pesos.

BUREAU OF SCIENCE.

Bureau of Science: For salaries and wages of Director of the Bureau of Science, at twelve thousand pesos per annum; chief of the biological laboratory, at ten thousand pesos per annum; chief of the division of mines, at six thousand pesos per annum; chief of the division of eihnology, at; six thousand pesos per annum; chief of the chemical division, at six thousand pesos per annum; one employee, Class one: two employees, class two; one employee,  it five thousand four hundred pesos per annum; four employees, class three; three employees, class four; seven employees, class five: seven employees. class six; eight employees, class seven; two employees. at three thousand pesos per annum each; six employees, class  eight; one employee, class nine; two employees. class ten; three employees Class A: two employees, Class C: five employees; one employee. Class E ; two employees, at nine per annum each; one employee, Class G; seven class H: seven employees. Class I; four employees, employees, at forty pesos per month each; one employe six pesos per month; two employees, at thirty  each; twenty employees, at twenty-five pesos per  employees,at twenty pesos per month each; for o officers of the Federal service who may be detailed by competent authority for the Bureau of Science, the rate to be fixed by the Secretary of the Interior with the concurrence of the Governor-General in each instance; for special scientific employees returning from the United States, and from the Philippine Medical School; for temporary employees; for accrued leaves: for contingent expenses, including transportation, per diems, traveling expenses, rental of city transportation, launch hire, and so forth; chemicals; apparatus; supplies: small animals and feed for same; ice and distilled water; egg, meat, milk, and so forth: alcohol; coal, oil, and so forth; :one maintenance of power plant; horses, cattle, and so forth, aim feed for same: office supplies; photographic supplies; books and subscriptions, and so forth; telephones and fire-alarm boxes: postage, cablegrams, telegrams; repairs to furniture, apparatus, and so forth; laundry; printing and binding: advertising: building maintenance; and other incidental expenses; three hundred and seven thousand eight hundred and  fourteen  pesos.

BUREAU  OF  AGRICULTURE.

Bureau of Agriculture: For salaries and wages of Director of Agriculture, at ten thousand per annum: Assistant Director of Agriculture, at six thousand five hundred pesos per annum; chief of division of experiment stations, at five thousand pesos per annum; superintendent of agricultural extension work, at five thousand pesos per annum: chief veterinarian, at five thousand pesos per annum; Assistant to the Director of Agriculture, at four thousand five bundled pesos per annum: five employees, class five: eight employees, class six: seven employees, class seven; three employees, at three thousand pesos per annum each; six employees, class eight; twelve employees, class nine: twelve employees, class ten ;  three employees. Class A; one employee, Class B; one employee, Class C: two employees. Class D: two employees, Class E; two employees. Class F: three employees. Class G; two employees, Class  H : for hire of inoculators, live-stock inspectors, mechanics, teamters and laborers at stations and farms, and temporary employees:  for accrued  leaves of absence; for contingent expenses, including purchase of offico furniture and supplies; per diems of officers and employees when traveling on official business; transportation of others, employees, and supplies; cablegrams, postage and telegrams; printing and binding; for collection and purchase of seeds, plants, and so forth, for experimental purposes and distribution; for purchase of instruments and apparatus; live stock; vehicles, harness, and stable supplies; forage; machinery, implements, tools, and repairs; station and farm supplies; building materials: purchase and installation of complete forage manufacturing plant: purchase and manufacture of serum; rents and other incidental expenses; three hundred and fifty thousand pesos.

BUREAU  OF  FORESTRY.

Bureau of Forestry: For salaries and wages of Director of Forestry, at eight thousand pesos per annum: one forester, at four thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; three foresters, class five; three foresters, class six: one chief clerk, class six; one manager, timber-testing laboratory, clasp six; three foresters, class seven; one property clerk, at three thousand pesos per annum; one forester, class eight; one clerk, class eight; one assistant forester, Class A; two assistant foresters, Class C; six assistant foresters, Class D; one clerk, Class E : ten rangers, Class G ; one clerk, Class G; ten rangers, Class H; two clerks, Class H; one draftsman, Class H; two messengers, at three hundred pesos per annum each; one laborer, at twenty pesos per month ; for hire of temporary employees; for accrued leaves of absence; for contingent  expenses, including purchase of supplies and office furniture; per diems of officers and employees when traveling on official business; traveling expenses and transportation of officers and employees when traveling on official business; transportation of supplies; cablegrams; postage and telegrams: printing and binding: purchase of specimen forest products: per diems of fifty centavos each for employees stationed in provinces, in lieu of cost of forage for horses to be furnished by them and used as means of official transportation; rents; maintenance and repair of equipment: expenses incident to the examination of homesteads: other incidental expenses; one hundred and ten thousand pesos.

BUREAU OF QUARANTINE SERVICE.

Bureau of Quarantine Service: For the salaries, allowances and commutation of quarters of officers of the United States Public Health and Marine Hospital Service as provided for by the regulations of said service; one chief clerk, cashier, and pharmacist, at four thousand four hundred pesos per annum; one female medical inspector, at two thousand four hundred pesos per annum; one engineer, class nine: two clerks, at two thousand and forty pesos per annum each : one clerk and disinfector, at one thousand nine hundred and twenty pesos per annum; one chief disinfector, Class A: one night watchman, at one thousand four hundred and forty pesos per annum : two disinfectors, Class D; two engineers, Class F; one assistant engineer. Class F; one vaccinator and disinfector, Class F: two disinfectors. Class if: one cook, Class H; two clerks and disinfectors. Class I; two clerks and disinfectors, Class J; one mechanic, at four hundred and eighty pesos per annum; two disinfectors assistants, at four hundred pesos per annum each; one messenger, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum; fifteen attendants, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum each; seven employees at two hundred and forty pesos per annum each; one patron, at one thousand and eighty pesos per annum; two patrons, sit eight hundred and forty pesos per annum each; one engineer, at one thousand and eighty pesos per annum: two engineers, at eight hundred and forty pesos per annum each; one assistant engineer, at seven hundred and eighty pesos per annum; one quartermaster, at five hundred and forty pesos per annum; two quartermasters, at three hundred pesos per annum each; two firemen, at five hundred and forty pesos per annum each ; four firemen, at three hundred pesos per annum each : four sailors, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum each : six sailors, at two hundred and forty- pesos per annum each ; for tomporarv employees : for the payment of necessary. lees not to exceed twenty pesos per vessel to qualified physicians, for quarantine inspection of vessels at ports of entry where no regular "ulcer of the United States Public Health and Marine Hospital  service is available: for labor for the maintenance of grounds and quarantine stations: for contingent expenses, including purchase of furniture and supplies; per diems or traveling expenses of officers and employees when traveling on official business; transportation of officers, employees, and supplies; cablegrams'; postage and telegrams; printing and binding; for the purchase of apparatus, equipment, subsistence, and other supplies for the maintenance and operation of quarantine stations and of barges and launches: Provided, That commutation of subsistence, fuel, and ice, at rates to be approved by the Secretary of the Interior, may be paid in lieu of substance, fuel, and ice, in kind; repairs to buildings, to equipment and furniture, launches and barges, to wharves, and to lighting, sewer, and water systems; rent: hire and maintenance of official transportation in the city of Manila and at quarintine stations; launch hire and towing; uniforms for launch allowance of sixty pesos per month, in lieu of subsistence, pharmacist stationed on the Island of Cauit; professiona pa Locations; and other incidental expenses; one hundred and twenty-five thousand pesos.

WEATHER  BUREAU

Weather Bureau : For salaries and wages of Director of the Weather Burea, at five thousand pesos per annum; three Assistant Directors of the Weather Bureau, at three thousand six hundred pesos per annum each; one secretary, at three thousand two hundred pesos per annum; four observers, at one thousand eight hundred per annum each; four calculators, at one thousand four hundred and forty pesos per annum each; three assistant observers, at one thousand two hundred pesos per annum each; three assistant calculators, at six hundred pesos per annum each; one draftsman, class C; one draftsman class D; one employee Class C; one employee, Class D; one employee, Class g; one employee, Class I; two employees, at three hundred pesos per annum each; two messengers, at three hundred pesos per annum each; seven chief observers, at one thousand two hundred pesos per annum each; seven assistant observers, at two hundred pesos per annum each ; ten secondss observers, at six hundred pesos per annum each: twenty-six third-class at three hundred arid sixty pesos per annum each : twelve observers for rain stations, at one hundred and eighty pesos per annum each : one observer-telegrapher, at one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; ex-temporary employees; accrued leaves of absent: for contingent expenses, including purchase of office and station equipment, furniture, and supplies; per diems of officers and employees when' traveling on official busines: transportation of officers, employees, and supplies; cablegrams; postage and telegrams: printing and binding; installation of instruments and repairs  same: an allowance of thirty pesos per month to the Director in lieu of official transportation in the city of Manila: rents: and other incidental  expenses: Provided, That the Director of Bureau, with the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, may reduce, suppress, or transfer any station maintained by it: one hundred and twenty-three thousand five hundred pesos.

DEPARTMENT OF  COMMERCE  AND POLICE.

BUREAU  OF  CONSTABULARY.

Bureau of Constabulary: For salaries and wages, including pay from Insular funds of Army officers detailed, under provisions of Act Numbered Sixteen hundred and seventy-nine: Provided, That in the event of the vacation of the position of Director of Constabulary by an Army officer, the Governor-General may fill the position by the appointment of a civilian, at a salary of twelve thousand pesos per annum: And provided, further, That upon the vacation of the positions of Assistant Directors now occupied by Army officers, the Governor-General may fill the positions by the appointment of civilians, at seven thousand pesos per annum each.

Field officers:

Two colonels and Assistant Directors, at seven thousand pesos per annum each; three lieutenant-colonels and Assistant Directors, at five thousand live hundred pesos per annum each; five majors and senior inspectors, at four thousand pesos per annum each.

Line officers:

Fifty-one captains  and inspectors, not to exceed one hundred seventy-three thousand fou hundred pesos;  sixty-five  first and inspectors, lieutenant two thousand eight hundred pesos per : eighty-five second lieutenants and inspectors, at two four hundred  pesos per annum  each; ninety-five third spectors, at: two thousand two hundred pesos per  compensation of three hundred and in for each of the five officers detailed as district additional compensation of one hundred pesos per each  officer of the  Constabulary, not a native of the islands, who proves his ability to speak and read one of dialects, and to each officer, a native of the Philippine be  proves his ability to speak  and read the English as provided in  Act Numbered Thirteen  hundred and for additional compensation to officer's who have completion of five years' service, subject, to the provisions of section two Numbered Thirteen  hundred and ninety-four as amended by section four of Act Numbered Eighteen hundred and sixty-seven: Provided,  That such additional compensation shall be paid of  five years' service regardless of the date an officer may have been promoted.

Enlisted strenght :

For pay of enlisted men of the line, including the necessary complement of noncommissioned officers, under the provisions of Act Numbered Fourteen hundred and sixteen: Provided, That each enlisted man who shall reenlist within two months after his discharge by expiration of term of enlistment shall receive one peso per month additional pay for each enlistment subsequent to his first enlistment: And provided further, That the Director from the force authorized may organize a band of not more than thirty members at each of the four district headquarters outside of Manila.

Band :

One conductor, with rank of captain and inspector, at four thousand live hundred pesos per annum; one chief-musician, at seventy pesos per month: one first sergeant, at fifty pesos per month : two principal musicians, at forty-five pesos per month each; ten sergeants, at forty pesos per month each; seventeen corporals, at thirty-five pesos per month each; forty-nine privates, at thirty pesos per month each.

Office of the Director:
One clerk, class seven : one messenger, at three hundred pesos per annum.

Executive division:

One major and executive inspector, at five thousand pesos per annum; one clerk, class five; one clerk, class six; three clerks, class seven: one clerk, class eight; two clerks, class nine; one clerk, class C; two clerks, Class D; two clerks, Class E; one clerk, class H; one messenger, at four hundred and, twenty pesos per annum; three messengers, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum each.

Inspectors' division:

For per diem of ten pesos for each of the United States Army officers detailed as inspectors for Constabulary.

Information division:

One lieutenant-colonel and assistant director, superintendent, at five thousand five hundred pesos per annum; one captain and assistant superintendent, at three thousand six hundred pesos per annum; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, class nine; two agents, at three thousand six hundred pesos per. annum each; two agents, at three thousand two hundred pesos per annum each : three agents, at two thousand four hundred pesos per annum each : one agent, at one thousand two hundred pesos per annum; one agent, at eight hundred and forty pesos per annum ; one agent, at six hundred pesos per annum : four agents, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum each; one messenger, at throe hundred pesos per annum; for hire of additional assistance as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed nine thousand five hundred pesos.

Office of the chief supply officer:

One major and assistant chief supply officer, at five thousand pesos per annum; two clerks, class seven: one clerk, class eight; one captain and paymaster, at: four thousand five hundred pesos per annum; one clerk, class seven : one clerk, class C; one captain and property accountant, at four thousand five hundred pesos per annum; one clerk, class eight: one cleric. Class C: one clerk, Class G; one clerk, Class H; one checker, at six pesos per diem; one teamster, at five pesos and fifty centavos per diem : one storekeeper, at four pesos and seventy-five centavos per diem: one assistant storekeeper, at three pesos per diem ; for hire of unskilled laborers; one captain, property officer, at four thousand live hundred pesos per annum; one clerk, class nine: one storekeeper and shipper, at eight pesos and fifty centavos per diem.

Medical division:

One major and superintendent, at four thousand live hundred pesos per annum; four captains and surgeons, at four thousand pesos per annum each; five first lieutenants and medical inspectors, at three thousand two hundred pesos per annum each ; six second lieutenants and medical inspectors, at two thousand eight hundred pesos per annum each; ten sergeants, at thirty-three pesos per month each i fifteen corporals, at twenty-eight pesos per month each; seventy-five privates, at eighteen pesos per month each; one clerk, Class G.

Headquarters,  First   District:

One clerk, class seven; one clerk, class nine: three hundred and sixty pesos per annum; for hire of agents as required from time to time, at: vnrving rates of pay. not to exceed three thousand pesos.

Headquarters, Second District:

One clerk, class seven; one clerk, class ten: one blacksmith, at five pesos per diem ; three teamsters, at twenty pesos per month each; for hire of agents as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed one thousand four hundred pesos.

Headquarters, Third District:

One clerk, class seven; one clerk, class eight: one clerk, Class I; one corral foreman, at four pesos and fifty centavos per diem; one janitor, at one hundred and eighty pesos per annum ; one drivers at one hundred and eighty pesos per annum : one driver, at one peso and seventy-five centavos per diem; for hire of agents as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed niic thousand four hundred pesos.

Headquarters, Fourth District:

One clerk, class eight; two clerks, Class I; one janitor, at One hundred and eighty pesos per annum; for hire of agents as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed four hundred pesos.

Headquarters. Fifth District:

One clerk, class eight; one clerk, class ten; one clerk, Class I; nne janitor, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum; one driver, at two pesos and fifty centavos per diem; for hire of agents as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed three hundred pesos.

Supply officers :

For extra compensation to supply officers, not to exceed an aggregate of eighteen thousand pesos; for pay of clerks for supply officer, not to exceed an aggregate of one thousand pesos; for hire nf emergency clerical labor: Provided, That additional compensation shall not ho paid hereunder.

Constabulary  School:

One clerk, class eight; one fencing master and physical instructor, with the relative rank of third lieutenant, at two thousand two hundred pesos per annum: one corral foreman, at five pesos and seventy-five centavos per diem.

Miscellaneous:

For accrued leaves: for extra compensation to senior inspectors: Provided,  That this fund shall be assigned with the approval of the Secretary of Commerce and Police first had and that no senior inspector shall receive more than five thousand pesos; for hire of temporarv omplovees.

Contingent expenses :

For contingent expenses, including the purchase of material and manufacture of clothing and equipage including allowance to of supplies' not drawn in kind; for the purchase, irpair, and preservation of ammunition,  equipments,  and instruments; Provided, That articles of clothing, equipage, ie sold to officers and enlisted men for their use. at cost  price, under such restrictions as the Director of constabulary may prescribe, withi the approval of the Secretary Commerce and Police: And provided further, That clothing and oilier necessaries of life, excepting food supplies, may be sold by Constabulary civil  supply stores to members of the non-Christian tribes ni points to he designated by the Secretary of the Interior, under the same conditions as sold to Insular and provincial employee, the provisions of Act Numbered Two hundred and forty-two to contrary notwithstanding; for allowance and commutation for ollicos and quarters, under the provisions of Acts Numbered seven hundred and six and Eight hundred and seven; for rent of —rent offices, guardhouses, arsenals, barracks, storehouses,  stables,  and telephones; for necessary repairs to buildings, and construction of temporary buildings; for permanent barracks and quarters; for fuel, illuminating and cleaning supplies; for transportation of officers, enlisted men, employees, and prisoners; for travel of enlisted men upon their discharge to place of enlistment, and for transportation and subsistence of'persons necessarily required by the Director and Assistant Directors in the transaction of the.public business, subject to approval by the Secretary of Commerce and Police; for transport  animals, tation of supplies; for forage, veterinary attendance, medicines, shoeing, and incidentals for animals; for purchase and hire of draft and riding animals; for purchase and repair of harness, wagons, carts. and'so forth; for hire of boats other than those of the Bureau of Navigation and for the purchase of boat supplies; for hire of cutters and launches belonging to the Bureau of Navigation; for subsistence of officers and einployees while traveling under orders, : including per diems of same when traveling upon official business; for purchase of street-car tickets: for hire of vehicles from the city of Manila: Provided, That the subsistence and traveling expenses of officers and the traveling expenses of enlisted men on escort duty shall be paid by the Bureau of Constabulary, and not by the Bureau or province at whose request I he escort is furnished, the provisions of section one of Act Numbered   Four hundred and four to the contrary notwithstanding: And provided further. That the Bureau of Constabulary shall pay all cost of transportation of prisoners from the place of arrest to the place where they are turned over to the province or to a court official for trial, that thereafter, and until turned over to the Bureau of Prisons, nil necessary transportation for private shall be paid by the province concerned : And provided further, That forage in kind for one private animal used in the public service may be furnished the officer owning it on his certificate, approved by his senior inspector and district director: And provided further, That forage may be sold, at cost price, to any officer of the Constabulary  stationed outside  of  Manila  on  bis certificate that for a contingent fund to be used for  secret-service purposes, and for the payment of rewards for the apprehension of deserters, in the discretion of the Director  of Constabulary;   for expenses connected with the deportation of vagrants: for the payment of rewards leading to the capture and conviction of brigands and other criminals, authorized under the provisions of Act Numbered Five hundred and twenty-two, as amended; for the discovery and prevention of crime: Provided, That payment of rewards bereunder may be made to persons employed in the service of the Insular, provincial, and municipal governments when in the discretion of the Governor-General such payments are in the interest of the public service, the provisions of Act Numbered One hundred and  forty-eight to the contrary not withstanding: for subsistence of enlisted men, except bandsmen; for subsistence of cargadores and  of municipal  police and  volunteers operating under the Constabulary, subject to the provisions of Act Numbered One thousand and forty-nine: for subsistence of prisoners and destitute witnesses; for subsistence of enlisted men, officers, other employees of the Insular Government, and of officers, enlisted men, and employees of the United States Army sick in Constabulary medical Treatments hospitals, at forty ccntavos per day each: Provided, That all collections, at rates fixed by the Director of Constabulary, for the treatment of employees of the Government and employees and, members of the United States Army, excepting enlisted men of the Constabulary, shall be deposited in the insular Treasury as a cred it to this appropriation: And provided further, That when sitbsistence of enlisted men is lost through unavoidable causes, the Secretary of Commerce and Police may authorize, upon proper evidence being submitted, reimbursement to the company sustainningsuch loss: And provided further, That company commanders, and medical officers in charge of hospitals will be charged with the duty  of  making  requisition  for,  disbursing,  and  accounting for subsistence funds and subsistence supplies for their respective commands; for purchase of office furniture, stationery and supplies; for the payment of premiums on official bonds of officers detailed as supply officers in addition to their regular duties: Provided, That no additional compensation shall be paid in such cases on account grams of services as supply officers: for newspapers and professional books;  stage and telegrams; printing and binding, including printing and bind-printing at  the various district headquarters, the provisions of  Act   Numbered  Two  hundred  and  ninety-six  to  the  contrary  for medical  treatment  of officer  and enlistedmen, under the  provisions of Act Nnumbered Eight hundred and seven: for medical, surgical, and hospital supplies, including hospital laundry work'; for burial of officers, enlisted men, and secret burials-service agents, including the purchase of cemetery lots; for ice, ice, water' etc. distilled water,  laundry of office towels, and other incidental expenses; three million  pesos.

BUREAU  OF  PUBLIC  WORKS.

Bureau of Public Works:  For salaries and wages of—
General Office:

Director of Public Works, at twelve thousand pesos per annum; Assistant Director of Public Works, at seven thousand five hundred pesos per annum : Second Assistant Director of Public Works, class one. who shall be appointed by the Governor-General, with the advice and consent of the Philippine Commission, and perform such duties as the Director of Public Works shall prescribe; one chief clerk, class four; one accountant, class four; one accountant, class five; one property clerk, class six; one record clerk, class seven; two clerks, class seven; seven clerks, class eight; one store-, keeper, class nine; one clerk, Class B; one clerk, Class C; one clerk, Class D: one clerk;, Class E; one clerk, Class F; one clerk, Class G; seven clerks, Class I: four messengers, at thirty pesos per month each.

Division of designing and drafting:

One chief draftsman, class four; three junior draftsmen, Class F; three junior draftsmen, Class G ; two junior draftsmen, Class H; three junior draftsmen, Class T: two employees, at fifty pesos per month each.

Provincial division:

Five district engineers, class one; five district engineers, class !«o; three district, engineers, class three; three assistant engineers, class four; ten assistant engineers, class five; five assistant engineers, class six: five assistant engineers, class seven; five overseers, class seven; seventeen assistant engineers, class eight;-six overseers, class eight : six overseers, class nine; four clerks, class ten; nine overseers, at one hundred and fifty pesos per month each; six clerks, at nine hundred pesos per annum each; six clerks, Class I; four clerks, Class ,I; five surveymen, at thirty pesos per month each; eight cocheros, at an average of fifteen pesos per month each.

Division of building construction and repair:

One master builder, class two; one building inspector, class five; three building inspectors, class six; one electrician, class six; one clerk, class seven; four building inspectors, class seven; six building inspectors, class eight; one general foreman, class eight; two employees, at two thousand six hundred pesos per annum each; four assistant building inspectors, class nine; one clerk, Class A; one clerk, Class G; one messenger, at twenty-five pesos per month; five watchmen, at twenty-live pesos per month each : nine laborers, at twenty-five pesos per month each.

Engineering division:

One bridge engineer, at eight thousand pesos per annum; one supervising engineer, at seven thousand pesos per annum; two assistant engineers, class one; four assistant engineers, class three; one road superintendent, class three; one superintendent of machinery, class six; one assistant engineer, class four; two assistant engineers, class five; one road superintendent, class five: two assistant engineers, class six; two assistant engineers, class seven : two transit-men, class eight; eight overseers, class nine: four surveymen, at  fifty pesos per month each; eight survevinen, at thirty pesos per month each.

Division of building custody:

One superintendent of buildings, class live; one janitor, Class D; one foreman, at sixty pesos per month: three foremen, at forty pesos per month each; forty-one laborers, at twenty-five pesos per month each.

Office of Consulting Architect:

One assistant architect, class one; one chief draftsman, class three; one computer and estimator, class four: one architectural draftsman, class five; two architectural draftsmen, class six; one architectural draftsman, class seven; one clerk, class seven; three junior draftsmen, Class F; four junior draftsmen, Class G; one ; junior draftsman, Class II; one clerk, Class  1 ; one messenger, at thirty pesos per month.

Miscellaneous:
For the hire of such assistant engineers, draftsmen, surveyors, clerks, and temporary employees, with the approval of the Secretary of Commerce and Police, as may be necessary from time to time to accomplish authorized work:  for accrued  leaves.

Contingent expenses:

For contingent expenses, including equipment and supplies; per diems and subsistence of officers and employees when traveling on official business; transportation of officers, employees, and supplies; cablegrams; postage and telegrams; allowance to district engineers and their assistants in the provinces for keep of authorized horses furnished  and   maintained   for  official   transportation:  telephones and operators in buildings of which this Bureau is the custodian; electric current for the same: lire insurance of the same; ice and distilled water for the same:  incidentals,  including  maintenance of equipment, periodicals, technical books: and janitors' supplies for buildings of which this  Bureau is the custodian:  Provided, That the cost of janitors' services and supplies, telephone service, electric current, ice, water, laundry, and incidental expenses pertaining to the building-custodian service shall be prorated and collected by the Bureau of Public Works from the Bureaus and Offices served: And provided further: That no additional  telephone service shall be installed for Insular Government offices in the city of Manila, except under the supervision of the Bureau of Public Works, upon approval by the head of the Department having jurisdiction; over the Bureau or Office requiring the service.

Public works investigations and maintenance:
Public works examinations and survevs as may be  authorized by the Secretary of Commerce and Police; maintenance and betterment of the Bunguet Road: Provided, That employees of the Bureau of Public Works shall he entitled to medicines and medical attendance while engaged on any authorized public works at places where usual medical attendance is not accessible, and the Director of Public Works may, subject to the approval of the Secretary of Commerce and Police, appoint such physicians, at fixed monthly salaries, as may be in his judgment for the best interest of the sen ice when such medical attendance and supplies can not be furnished by the Bureau of Health or the Bureau of Constabulary; for repair and restoration of irrigation systems; for maintenance, alieralioii. and repairs to public buildings, including leased buildings, the contract for which provides that maintenance, alteration, and repairs shall he made at the expense of the Government: Provided, That no expenditure shall be made hereundcr except upon Approval by Governov-General; five hundred and thirty-two thousand three hundred and fortv pesos.

BUREAU  OF  NAVIGATION.

Bureau of Navigation: For salaries and wages of—
Office of the Director:

Director of .Navigation, at ten thousand pesos per annum; Assistant Director of Navigation, who shall perform the duties of Superintendent of Interisland Transportation, at six thousand five hundred pesos per annum: Provided, That so long as the division of port works remains a part of this Bureau, the salary of the Director of Navigation shall be at the rate of twelve thousand pesos per annum and that of the Assistant Director of Navigation at seven thousand live hundred pesos per annum; Assistant to the Director, at six thousand pesos per annum; chief clerk, class five; one clerk, class eight: one clerk, Class H; two employees, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum each; two messengers, at three hundred pesos per annum each.

Division   of  accounts:

One cashier, class six: one clerk, Class D; one clerk, Class I; cue messenger, at three hundred pesos per annum.

Division   of  vessels:

Marine superintendent, at five thousand pesos per annum: Provided, Thai during the time this position shall be filled by an oilicer detailed from the "United States Navy, said officer shall recive per diems of ten pesos in lieu of the salary of the position: one inspector of machinery, class one; one property clerk, class six; two clerks, class eight; one clerk, class nine; one clerk, class II: one storekeeper, class nine; one messenger, at three hundred pesos per annum : for the compensation of officers, petty officers and crews of cutlers and launches: Provided, That a ten per centum increase in salaries may be paid to officers and crew un the cutter assigned to duty transporting lepers to Culion; cargadores: subsistence of Wed: Provided, That the officers assigned to duty aboard the cutter to be designated by the Director of Navigation as subject primarily to emergency service requirements shall be allowed three pesos per diem each for subsitence; Provided further, That funds herein appropriated may be used for subsistence and aid of shipwrecked sailors or other persons in 'listless, as demanded by the laws of humanity and the customs n|' maritime nations, and for subsistence of postal clerks while on duty on vessels of the Bureau of Navigation.

Interisland   transportation.

One clerk, class seven; two clerks, class nine; one messenger, at three hundred pesos per annum.

Miscellaneous:

For temporary employees; for accrued leaves of absence.

Contingent expenses:

For contingent expenses, including purchase of office furniture and supplies; per diems of officers and employees when traveling on official business; transportation of officers, employees, and supplies; cablegrams; postage and telegrams; printing and binding; maintenance of Engineer Island : purchase and construction of minor water craft; salvage of wrecks and disabled vessels; purchase, of coal and supplies; repair of vessels; pilotage; other incidental expenses: Provided, That the funds appropriated under this head shall be available for the purchase of medals and other rewards when authorized by resolution of the Philippine Legislature for officers and employees of the Bureau who display especial bravery or render distinguished service in saving life and property; seven hundred and twenty-two thousand pesos.

Light-house division:

Office of the light-house engineer: For salaries and wages of light-house engineer, at six thousand pesos per annum: Provided, That during the time this position shall be filled by an officer detailed from the United States Armv or ,Navy said officer shall receive per diems of ten pesos in lieu of the salary of the position; assistant light-house engineer, at four thousand eight hundred pesos per annum: Provided, That during the lime this position shall be filled by an officer detailed from the United States Army or Navy said officer shall receive per diems of five pesos in lieu of the salary of the position; one clerk, class six; one clerk, Class A; one clerk, Class H; one clerk, Class J; one draftsman, class seven; one messenger, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum; pay of junior draftsmen; pay of mechanics and laborers in the lighthouse machine shop: for temporary employees: for accrued leaves of absence.

Contingent penses.

Office of the light-house inspector: For salaries and wages of light-house inspector, at four thousand five hundred pesos per annum: one clerk, class seven: one clerk, Class A; one messenger, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum; one chief of light-keepers, at one thousand four hundred and forty pesos per annum; six light-keepers, at nine hundred and sixty pesos per annum each; seventeen light-keepers, at eight hundred and forty pesos per annum each; twenty-one light-keepers, at seven hundred and twenty pesos-per annum each; twenty-two light-keepers, at six hundred pesos, per annum each; fifty-nine light-keepers, at four hundred and eighty pesos per annum each : twenty lirst-elass apprentices, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum each; ten second-class apprentices, at one hundred and eighty pesos per annum each; pay of keepers of lesser classes, laborers and boatmen, purchase of rations for employees at San Bernardino, Cape Engaño, Tanguingui. Mataja, Apo Reef, Apo Point, Sialat Point, Ocata, and for such other light stations as it may, in the opinion of the Director of Navigation, be necessary to ration, and for newly appointed keepers and apprentices; for temporarv employees; for accrued leaves of absence.

Contingent expenses:

For contingent expenses, including purchase of office furniture and supplies.; subsistence and per diems of officers and employees when traveling on official business; transportation of officers, emplovees, and supplies; cablegrams, postage, and telegrams; printing ami binding; for necessary repairs to light-stations now in operation, including materials, subsistence, local transportation, and so forth, to preserve public property and to avoid future extensive-repairs: illuminating oil for light stations; supplies and equipment for light stations, including tools and instruments, paints, cleaning materials and so forlh, furniture and implement cases for light stations: house rent for keepers not provided with dwellings; repair, maintenance, and up-keep of buoys now in position; and other incidental expenses; two hundred and seventy-two thousand nine hundred and thirty-four pesos.

Division of port works: For salaries and wages of chief of division, at eight thousand pesos per annum: Provided, That so long as this position shall be tilled by an officer detailed from the Tinted Stales Army said officer shall receive per dieins of ten pesos in lieu of the salary of the position; one chief clerk, class five; one clerk, class seven : one clerk, class eight; one clerk, class nine; one clerk, at one thousand pesos per annum; one messenger, Class I ; one office boy at three hundred and thirty-six pesos per annum; one assistant engineer, class one: one assistant engineer, at four thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; three assistant engineers, class five: one overseer, class seven: one inspector, class eight; six inspectors, class nine; one rodman, at two thousand one hundred and sixty pesos per annum : two transitmeii, class six; one assistant Inspectors class nine; one draftsman, Class D; one junior draftsman. Class II: two boatmen, at two hundred and eighty-eight pesos per annum each: two dredge inspectors or overseers, class eight : one dredge engineer, class eight; two dredge captains, Class D; hvo dredge engineers, Class H; for the hire of skilled, semiskilled, and unskilled labor and such other employees as may be necessary: for accrued leaves of absence.

Contingent expenses:

For contingent expenses, including purchase of office furniture and supplies: per dieins of officers and employees while on official business; transportation of officers, employees, and supplies; cablegrams; postage and telegrams: printing and binding; purchase of supplies and materials: maintenance, operation, renewal, and repairs lo plant: advertising; maintenance and compensation of har-hor survey parties; maintenance of harbor and river improvements sit Manila: for oilier incidental expenses; three hundred and five thousand and sixty-six pesos.

In all for the Bureau of Navigation, one million two hundred and Ihirtv-live ihoiisnnd pesos: Provided, however, That with the approval of the Soeivlary of Commerce and Police funds hereby appropriated for one division of the Bureau of Navigation may he transferred lo either or both of the other divisions, provided •hat the sum total of such transfer shall not exceed sixty-five thousand pesos..

Appropriations for current expenses of the division of port  works shall  be  available,  subject to approval by the Governor-General, to meet the expense of repairs necessary to preserve river and harbor improvements.

Subject, to approval by the Governor-General, work may be executed by the division of port works for private parties, the total expense thereof to be collected and deposited to the credit of appropriations for current expenses of the division of port works and become available therefor.

BUREAU   OF   POSTS.

Bureau of Posts: For salaries and wages of —
Office of the Director:

Director of Posts, at twelve thousand pesos per annum: Provided, That the Director of Posts shall act as postmaster of Manila ex officio; Assistant Director of Posts, at seven thousand five hundred pesos per annum: superintendent postal division, at six thousand five hundred pesos per annum: superintendent telegraph division, at six thousand pesos per annum ; chief postal savings bank division, at six thousand pesos per annum ; one clerk, class three; three clerks, class five: five clerks, class six; six clerks, class seven; ten clerks, class eight; one clerk. Class A: six clerks, Class D; three clerks, Class F; three clerics. Class G: three clerks. Class H; one clerk. Class I: one clerk. Class J ; two mechanics, at two hundred pesos per month each; two mechanics, at seventy pesos per month each; two mechanics, at forty pesos per month each; four mechanics, at thirty-five pesos per month each : one messenger, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum : fifteen employees, at thirtv pesos per month each.

District inspectors:

Fottr district inspectors, class five six; six district inspectors class six; six district inspectors, class seven.

Post-offices:

One cashier Manila post-office, class two. whose duties shall include the receipt and accounting in the name of the postmaster for all money which may be received in the transaction of the postal, money-order, telegraph, telephone, and Postal Savings Bank business at said post-office, and who shall sign, in the name of the postmaster, such accounts and official papers, including money orders, as the Director of Posts mav direct: two postmasters, class four; three postmasters, class five: five postmasters, class six: six postmasters, class seven; fifteen postmasters, class eight: fifteen post-masters, class nine; ten postmasters. Class A; ten postmasters, Class C; fifteen postmasters, Class D: fifteen postmasters. Class E; fifteen postmasters, Class F; fifteen postmasters. Class G; thirty postmasters, Class H: twenty-five postmasters. Class I : twenty-five postmasters, Class J; four hundred and fiftv postmasters, at not exceeding four hundred and twenty pesos per annum each; one operator, class four; three operators, class five: six operators, class six; ten operators, class seven; ten operators, class eight: ten operators, class nine; twenty operators. Class B: twenty operators, Class II: thirty operators. Class I: forty operators. Class J; four clerks, class five: five clerks, class six: six clerks, class seven; twelve clerks, class eight: iwelve clerks, class nine: eight clerks, Class C; eight clerks, Class D: eight clerks, Class E: six clerks, Class F: fourteen clerks. Class G : twelve 'clerks. Class H; ten clerks, Class I; thirty clerks, at not exceeding four hundred and twenty pesos per annum each: one watchman, Manila post-office, Class C; fifty-five employees. Manila post-oflice, at thirty pesos per month each; one hundred employees at other post-offices, at twenty pesos per month each.

Mail transportation :
Postal clerks on mail trains and mail steamers, at not exceeding two thousand four hundred pesos per annum each : one foreman, Manila post-office, at two hundred  pesos per  month: one driver, Manila post-office, at sixty pesos per month; eight drivers, Manila post-office, at thirty pesos per month each.

Construction, maintenance, and repair of telegraph and telephone lines:

Ten linemen, class eight; twenty linemen, class nine; twenty linemen, class ten : ten linemen, Class A; fifteen linemen, Class H; two hundred and forty linemen, at not exceeding four hundred and pesos per annum each; semiskilled, unskilled, and emer-labor.

Free-delivery service:

Four letter carriers, Manila, Class B; twenty letter carriers, a. Class D; letter carriers for other offices at rates of compensation to be fixed by the Director of Posts, with the approval of Secretary of Commerce and Police.

Miscellaneous :

For hire of temporary employees: for accrued leaves of absence.

Contingent expenses :

Inland mail transportation, including railroad and other inland porialion: sea mail transportation to foreign ports; mail transportation through foreign countries; construction, mainte-iair of telegraph and telephone lines; expenses of cable ship: transportation ami traveling expenses of linemen, including allowance of twenty pesos per month for each authorized horse furnished and maintained by said linemen for official transportation: Provided, That the Director of Posts is hereby authorized, with the prior approval of the Secretary of Commerce and Police, to advance from ibis appropriation to linemen not to exceed one hundred and seventy-five pesos for the purchase of each native horse or four hundred pesos for the purchase of each Australian horse required lor transportation, such advances to be reimbursed to the Government; by monthly deductions of ten per centum in case of the purchase of a native horse and twenty per centum in case of the purchase of an Australian horse from the linemen's salaries; per diems, traveling expenses, and transportation of district inspectors traveling on official business: per diems, traveling expenses, and transportation of other officers and employees while traveling on official business; transportation of supplies; cablegrams; printing and binding; letter carriers' equipment: mail equipment; telegraph and telephone line supplies: office supplies for telegraph and telephone lines; general office supplies; manufacture of stamps; official iransiioriaiion in cityof Manila: ten stamp agencies in Manila, at per month each: office furniture and fixtures: rents:  electric current, for ventilating and power repairs lo offices: repairs io furniture and fixtures: other tal expenses: interest upon deposits in Postal Savings Bank: six hundred and eighty-eight thousand pesos.

Director of Posts may, without regard to the Civil Service Act as amended, ov rules, appoint and remove postmasters who are required to perform the duties of telegraph operators, postmasters y posts only whose compensation does not exceed one thousand two hundred pesos per annum each, operators, and linemen, but such   appointees shall  not be entitled to the benefits of Act Numbered Sixteen hundred and ninety-eight; and all such appointments and separations shall lie reported by the Director of Posts  Bureau of Civil Service.

BUREAU    OF    COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY.

Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey: For salaries and wages of two clerks, class six; one clerk, class seven; one clerk, class eight, at three thousand pesos per annum; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, Glass C; five clerks, Class D: two clerks, Class E : seven clerks, Class F; two clerks,'Class G: one clerk, Class H; four employees, at thirty pesos per month each; temporary employees; commutation of accrued leaves due employees: for pay and rations of petty officers and crews; for reimbursement io Bureau of Treasury for watchman service maintained for Intcndencia building; for hire of labor; for repairs of steamers; supplies for maintenance and operation of steamers engaged in survey work: medical trealmeiit, medicines, and uniforms for petty officers and crews on the Insular rolls: Provided, That minor and emergency repairs, may be made at the nearest available point when vessels are away from Manila, without the intervention of the Bureau of Navigation: purchase of pack and saddle animals, camp on Kit, supplies, lumber and other signal > material, and other incidental Held expenses; for purchase of office supplies, furniture, and repairs: for printing, binding, map printing, and photolithography in Manila : for cablegrams, postage,  telegrams, transportation of employees, subsistence of officers and employees when traveling on official business when payable from Insular funds, and other incidental expenses: one hundred and ninety-five thousand pesos.

BUREAU  OF  LABOR.

For salaries of Director of Labor and Assistant Director of Labor; compensation of employees; and contingent expenses; eighteen thousand five hundred pesos.

CONSULTING  ARCHITECT.

For salary of the Consulting Architect, twelve thousand pesos: Provided, That the expense of authorized assistants, office supplies, per diems, and other necessary charges shall be paid from appropriations for the Bureau of Public Works.

SUPERVISING  RAILWAY  EXPERT.

Supervising Railway Expert: For salaries and waues of Super: vising Railway Expert, at twenty-four thousand pesos per annum; one chief clerk, at six thousand pesos per annum; three inspecting engineers, class two; two clerks, class seven ; one messenger, at three hundred pesos per annum; temporary employees; contingent expenses, including purchase of equipment and furniture, supplies and material; per dicms and subsistence of officers and employees when traveling on official business: transportation of officers, employees, and supplies; cablegrams; postage and telegrams; printing and binding; rent; incidental expenses, including inspection of materials in the United States and foreign countries and purchase and maintenance of transportation in the field; fifty thousand pesos: Provided, That with the prior approval of the Governor-General, and upon the recommendation of the Secretary of Commerce and Police, the salaries of engineers in the office of the Supervising Railway Expert, for which reimbursement from the Philippine Railway Company is to be had, may be fixed at a sum not exceeding nine thousand pesos each.

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND JUSTICE.

BUREAU OF JUSTICE.

Bureau of Justice: For salaries and wages of Attorney-General, at twelve thousand pesos per annum; Solicitor-General, at ten thousand pesos per annum; Assistant Attorney-General, at nine thousand pesos per annum: eleven assistant attorneys, at not to exceed six thousand pesos per annum each; chief clerk, at four thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; one employee, class six; five employees, class seven; three employees, class eight; one employee. Class A: one employee, Class B; one employee, at one thousand ihree hundred and twenty pesos per annum; two emplovees. ClassD: one employee, Class F; two employees, Class I; one employees, Class .I ; one employee, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum : two employees, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum each: for hire of temporary and emergency employees; for accrued leaves of absence; for contingent expenses, including the purchase of office furniture, supplies, and repairs; per diems of officers and employees when traveling on official business; transportation officers. employees, and supplies; cablegrams; postage and telegrams: printing and binding; and other incidental expenses; one hundred and fifty thousand pesos.

BUREAU OF CUSTOMS.

Bureau of Customs: For salaries and wages of—

Insular Collector of Customs, at twelve thousand pesos per annum; Special Agent, at five thousand pesos per annum; one clerk, class live; one interpreter and translator, class six; one clerk, class seven.

Board of protests and appeals:

One clerk, class six; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, Class H; one clerk. Class I : one clerk, Class J.

Insular Dcpuly  Collector of  Customs,  at eight thousand five hundred peso's per annum: one clerk, class six; one messenger, at thirty pesos per month. Marine division :

Chiel of division, class three; two clerks, class six; two clerks, class eight: one clerk, class nine; two clerks, class ten; one clerk, Class A; ihree clerks.  Class D; one clerk, Class F; two clerks, ' lass 1; two messengers, at: twenty pesos per month each.

Liquidation division:
Chief of division, class live; one clerk, class seven; one clerk, class eighl : one clerk, class nine; one liquidator, class ten; three liquidators. Class D; one liquidator, Class E; one clerk, Class F; two clerk. Class I ; hvo messengers, at fifteen pesos per month each.

Appraiser's division:

Appraiser of the port, class one; assistant appraiser of the port, class three: two assistant appraisers, class four; two assistant appraisers, class five; five examiners, class six; five examiners, class seven; eight examiners, class eight; ten examiners, class nine; one stenographer, class eight: two examiners, Class D; two examiners, class E; one clerk, Class I; two clerks, Class J; six employees, at twenty pesos per month each; two messengers, at fifteen pesos per month each.

Cashier's division :

Cashier, class one: assistant cashier, class five; one receiving Uer-- class six; one teller, class nine; one clerk, class ten; two clerks, Class B; one clerk, Class C; one clerk, Class E; three clerks, Class H; one clerk, Class J; one clerk, at tweniv pesos per month; two messengers, at fifteen pesos per month each.

Office of the chief clerk:
Chief clerk, class one.
Correspondence and record section :

Chief of section, class six; one clerk, class seven; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, Class A; one dork, Class D: one clerk, Class F; one clerk, Class G; five clerks, Class H: three clerks, Class I; five clerks. Class J ; one employee, at  forty pesos per month; one messenger, at forty pesos per month : three messengers, at thirty pesos
per month each.

Property section:
Property clerk, class six: one storekeeper, class eight; one clerk, Class G ; one messenger, at thirty pesos per month.

Disbursing and accounting section :

Disbursing officer, class live; one accountant, class six.

Statistical division:
Chief of division, class five: one clerk, class six ; one clerk, class eight; four clerks, class nine: one clerk, class ten; one clerk, Class A; two clerks, Class B; two clerks, Class C; three clerks, Class D; two clerks, Class E; one clerk. Class P: one clerk, Class G; one clerk, Class H; one clerk, Class I; one clerk. Class J ; one messenger, at twenty pesos per month : one messenger, at fifteen pesos per month.

Insular Special Deputy Collector of Customs, at seven thousand two hundred pesos per annum: one clerk, class seven; one clerk, Class I.

License division :

Chief of division, class six: one clerk, Class  E ; one clerk, Class F; one clerk, Class G; one clerk. Class  II :

Immigration division:

Chief of division, class three: one immigration inspector, class six; one stenographer, class seven: three immigration inspectors, class eight; one immigration inspector, class nine; one Chinese interpretcr, class nine; three clerks, Class I : one employee, at twenty-five pesos per month; two employees, at twenty  pesos per month each; one messenger, at fifteen pesos per month.

Insular Surveyor of Customs, at  eight thousand  pesos per annum; two clerks, class seven;  one clerk Class  F: one berthing officer, class seven: one bay and river guard.  Class  H; one bay and river guard, Class I.

Admeasurer's section:

One admeasurer, class live; one clerk, Class  E.


Hull and boiler section:

One  supervising  inspector, class three; two boiler  inspectors, class six; one hull inspector, class six: one clerk. Class F.

Semaphore section:

Superintendent, at one thousand two hundred  and sixty pesos per annum; assistant superintendent, at eight hundred and forty  pesos per annum; three messengers, at thirty-two pesos per month each.

Baggage division:

Chief of division, class five; one  inspector,  class eight; three inspectors, class ten; one inspector,. Class D;  four  laborers, at  twenty pesos per month each.

Harbor launch division:

One launch foreman, class leu; one clerk, Class D; one patron, class D; five patrons, Class F; one patron, Class H; one patron, Class I; one patron, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum; uno engineer, Class E; five engineers, Class F; one engineer, Class H: one engineer, Class I; two assistant engineers, Class I; thirteen firemen, at four hundred pesos per annum each; one quarter-master at twenty-five pesos per month; twenty-two sailors, at twenty penis per month each.

Revenue-cutter section :

One captain, class eight, two captains, class nine, three mates, Class D, ihive engineers. Glass C, with commutation of rations at one peso per diem each; three assistant engineers, at thirty-five pesos per month each, six quartermasters, at twenty-five pesos per month each, three stewards, at thirty pesos per month each, nine firemen at twenty-two pesos per month each, twelve sailors, at twenty pesos per month each, with commutation of rations at thirty centavos per diem  each.

Inspector's division:

Chief of division, class four; one inspector, class seven; two sl0n' inspecinrs. class eight: two inspectors, class nine; one inspector, class ten: fourteen inspectors, Class A; one inspector, Class B; one inspector. Class C; two inspectors, Class D; three inspectors, Class E,: niie clerk. Class F; one clerk, Class G; twenty guards, Class I; eighty guards. Class J: two weighers, Class F; ten weighers. Class J.

Iloilo custom-house:

Collector of customs, at eight thousand pesos per annum; deputy collector of customs, class five; surveyor of customs, class six: one derk'. class six: one appraiser, class seven; two clerks, class eight: one clerk, class nine; three inspectors, Class A; three clerks, Class D; one inspector of hulls, Class B; one clerk, Class C; one assislant engineer. Class D; one clerk, Class I; two lclerks Class I; one patron, Class I; ten guards, Class J; one fireman. Class J; one sailor, Class J; two messengers, at thirty pesos per month each: one messenger, at twenty pesos per month; two lookouts. at twenty-five pesos per month each; one warehouse-mini, at twenty-two pesos and fifty centavos per month; one clerk, at twenty pesos per month: two sailors, at eighteen pesos per month each: two sailors, at fifteen pesos per month each.

Cebu custom-house :

Collector nf eusloins. at eight thousand pesos per annum; deputy collector of customs, class five: surveyor of customs, class six; one clerk, class six; one appraiser, class seven; one clerk, class seven; one examiner, class eight : one clerk, class eight; two inspectors,  one inspector, Class A; one clerk, Class D; one clerk, class E: one patron. Class G; one engineer, Class G; four employees, Class II : two firemen, Class J; twenty guards, Class J; three sailors, at thirty pesos per month each; one employee, at thirty Pesos per month; one employee, at twenty pesos per month; emergency employees,  at  not  to  exceed  twenty pesos per month each.

Balabac custom-house:

Deputy collector of customs, class six; one clerk, Class. D; four boatmen, at lifteen pesos per month each.

Interior ports :
One coast district inspector of customs, class eight; one clerk, at twenty pesos per month.

Miscellaneous:

For a fund to be expended in the discretion of the insular Collectors of Customs for pay of secret agents while employed in apprehending  violators  of  the  customs, immigration, and  revenue laws; for hire of temporary employees, and for hire of a superintendent of buildings and watchmen, and  for accrued leaves.

Contingent expenses :

Contingent expenses, including purchase of office furniture, supplies, apparatus, and fixtures; per diems of officers and employees when traveling on official business: and. in the discretion of the Insular Collector of Customs, of officers and employees temporarily on duty at places other than iheir regular stations: transportation of officers and employees, and supplies: cablegrams; postage and telegrams; printing and binding: a fund to be expended in the discretion of the Insular Collector of Customs, for the expenses of secret agents in the detection and punishment of violators of the customs, immigration, and revenue laws : expenses of harbor launches and customs cutters; fuel; supplies: emergency rations; repairs and alterations: Provided, That minor and emergency repairs may be made at the nearest available point when vessels are away from Manila, without the intervention of the Bureau of Navigation; other incidental purposes: clothing allowance of three uniforms, three hats, and three handkerchiefs per annum for each petty officer and member of crew of said launches and cutters; repairs to office furniture,  equipment,  apparatus,  and  fixtures: rent of custom house, port of Cebu; for the deportation of Chinese who failed to comply with the provisions of Act Numbered  Seven hundred and two of the Philippine Commission; subsistence of customs officials while on duty on board United States Army and Navy vessels; per diems for expert testimony of merchants and services of marine officers or other persons appointed on marine examination boards; hire and maintenance of land transportation; removal of wrecks which obstruct the navigable waters of the Archipelago; hire of  water  transportation; hire of coolies for  handling  supplies,  for electric light, fuel, ice, laundry, subscriptions, telephone service, miscellaneous court fees, and other incidentals: eight hundred and twenty-one thousand pesos:  Provided,  That  the  expenditures on account of the customs service in the Moro Province shall be made under the general authority of the Insular Collector of Customs, as provided by section thirty-four of Act Numbered Seventeen hundred and ninety-two; but appropriations  therefor shall  be made from the funds of the Moro Province by the legislative council thereof, in accordance with  the requirements of said service as indicated by the Insular Collector of Customs, upon the approval of the Secretary of Finance and  Justice: And provided further,  That the cost of the maintenance of customs cutters or other vessels detailed for patrol in the waters  of  the Moro  Province may be borne in whole or in part by the appropriations for the Bureau of Customs.

BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE.

Bureau of Internal Revenue: For salaries and wages of Collector of Internal Kevenuc, at twelve thousand pesos per annum; Deputy Collector of Internal Bevenue, at eight thousand five hundred pesos  per annum: Provided, That upon the vacation of the office by the present incumbent the salary shall be seven thousand five hundred pesos per annum; one ,depnty collector of internal revenue, at six thousand pesos per annum; chief clerk, class four; law clerk, class four; cashier, class four; throe chiefs of division, class four; five chiefs of division, class five; five clerks, class six; four clerks, class seven; nine clerks, class eight; four clerks, class nine; three clerk, class ten; four clerks, Class A; one clerk, Class B; two clerks, Class D: nne dork, at one thousand three hundred and twenty  Class E: fifty-two clerk's. Class I; twenty-two clerks, Class II five hundred and sixty pesos per annum each;  at   three  hundred  pesos  per annum each; six hundred and forty   pesos per  annum  each;  one three hundred pesos per annum; two messengers, at nd forty pesos per annum each; one agent at large, and five hundred pesos per annum; six  agents,  at pesos per annum each ; nine agents, at three thousand pesos per annum each: fourteen agents, at three hundred pesos per annum  each; three agents, at three per annum  each; twelve agents, at two thousand pesos per  annum each;  nineteen  agents,  at  two four hundred  pesos per annum each; one watchman, at ; per month : one  janitor, at forty pesos per month; ten  seventy centavos per day each; temporary employees, in stamping   and   numbering internal-revenue stamps, cedulas and so forth, indexing cedula records, banqueros, iployees and so forth ; temporary storekeepers, at not to pesos per month  each; accrued leaves of absence; including purchase of office furniture and diems of officers and employees when traveling on : transportation of officers, employees, and supplies; elegranis: printing and binding; special fund to be the discretion  of the  Collector of Internal Revenue iieident  to the detection and punishment of violators revenue law.  Internal revenue law, six thousand pesos; riding equipment for agents: testing and  instruments; launch repairs and supplies: Provided, That minor and emergency repairs may be made, without the intervention of the bureau of Navigation, at the nearest available point when vessels are away from Manila: And provided, further, That the sum of four thousand two hundred and seventy pesos of the four thousand six hundred pesos appropriated and Fifteen hundred and twenty-seven for the purchaise shall he continued available for expenditure  fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine: allowance of twenty pesos per month each to agents in the provinces for each authorized horse furnished and maintained bv said agents for official transport;  Finance and Justice, advance from this appropriation to agents not to exceed one hundred and twenty-five pesos for the purchase ot each native horse or four hundred pesos for the purchase of  Australian horse required for transportation, such advances to reimbursed to the Government by monthly deductions of ten per centum in case of the purchase of a native horse and twenty per centum in ease of the purchase of an Australian horse from the agents' salaries; newspapers, magazines, and periodicals,  rental of telephones, and other incidental expenditures; janitor's Applies; five hundred and sixty-three thousand pesos.

BUREAU  OF  THE  TREASURY.

Bureau of Ike Treasury: For salaries and wages of the Insular Treasurer, at fourteen thousand pesos per annum; Assistant Insular Treasurer, at eight thousand pesos per annum; chief of division of banks and currency, at seven thousand pesos per annum; one paying teller, class one; one receiving teller, class two; one chief clerk, class three; two clerks, class five; six clerks, class six: three clerks, class seven; two clerks, class eight: three clerks, class nine; one clerk, Class A; two clerks. Class D; two clerks. Class F; one clerk, Class G; two clerks, Class H : two clerks. Class I : two clerks, Class J; one special messenger, at six hundred pesos per annum; one employee, at four hundred and eighty pesos per annum; two messengers, at thirty pesos per month each : three watchmen, at one hundred and fifty pesos  per  mouth each,  and  three guards, at sixty pesos per month each; temporary employees; accrued leaves of absence: contingent expenses, including purchase and repair of office furniture and supplies: per diems; transportation of officers and employees; cablegrams: postage and telegrams; printing and binding; expenses of transferring funds to and from the provinces, including insurance on such funds; books, periodicals, and other incidental expenses:  maintenance of  building;   for expenses incurred in prior fiscal years and  paid  during fiscal year nineteen hundred and eight:  one hundred and  thirty  thousand pesos.

DEPARTMENT  OF  PUBLIC  INSTRUCTION.

BUREAU  OF  EDUCTTION.

Bureau of Education: For salaries and wages of—
Office of the Director:

Director of Education, at  twelve thousand pesos per annum; Assistant Director of Education, at  seven  thousand five hundred pesos per annum; Second Assistant Director of  Education, at six thousand pesos per annum; one clerk, class five: one clerk,  at  three thousand nine hundred and sixty pesos per annum ; two clerks, class  six;  two clerks, clas  seven: eight  clerks, class  eight; six clerks, class nine; one clerk, class ten; three clerks, Class D; two  clerks, Class E; four clerks, Class  II:  four clerks.  Class  I; two clerks, Class J.  

One of the division superintendents:

One division superintendent, at; six thousand pesos per annum; three division superintendents, at  five thousand pesos per annum each; eleven division superintendents, at: four thousand five hundred General teaching force: One instructor in agriculture, class five; twelve teachers, class six: lifty teachers, class seven; one hundred teachers, at three thousand pesos per annum each ; one hundred and fifty teachers, class eight; one hundred and forty teachers, at two thousand six hundred pesos per annum each; two hundred and ninety teachers, class nine: fifty-two teachers, class ten; fourteen teachers, Class D; twenty teachers. Class E: thirty-four teachers, Class P; thirty teneliers, Class C : forly teachers, class II; two hundred and thirty teachers, Class I: one hundred and thirty-two teachers, Class ,I : Provided, That Director of Education, subject to approval by the Secretary of Public Instruction, may detail or assign any teacher in perform such duties in any branch or division of the Bureau of Education as the service requires, the provisions of Act Numbered Four hundred and thirty to the contrary notwithstanding; one  of nursing, class nine; night-school teachers at not to hive pesos per night each of the American Circulating Library Association of Manila : Librarian, class, eight; one assistant librarian and cataloguer, In: one' assistant librarian, class nine; one assistant librarian A : one clerk'. Class B; three messengers, at two hundred  pesos per annum each: Provided, That all receipts on count of the American Circulating Library of Manila shall accounted for In the Auditor and deposited by the librarian Insular Treasury: And provided, That a permanent appropriation of all receipts deposited under the preceding provisions, except  the sale of catalogues and lists, is hereby made for the purchase ol boohs and pamphlets for the library, such funds to be withdrawn upon requisition of the Director of Education: And provided further, That the American Circulating Library may purchase books periodicals, and other reading matter without the intervention of the Purchasing Agent, the provisions of Act Numbered One hundred and thirty-six as amended to the contrary notwithstanding.

Misrellaneous :

Normal School, Manila, four janitors, at thirty pesos per month eiielu six' janitors, at twenty pesos per month each; Trade School, Manila, one mechanic at two pesos and eighty centavos per day; seven janitors, at twenty pesos per month each; for hire of temporary employees;  superintendent of Philippine students in United States, five thousand pesos per annum; salary of physician attending pupils in Insular schools, at six hundred pesos per annum; llll(l Itir accrued leaves and allowances.

Contingent expenses:

For contingenf expenses, including purchase of books, equipment, hirniture. general supplies, and industrial equipment, including machinery and tools for industrial schools and industrial departments of intermediate and secondary schools, and books for the "Filipiniana" section of the library;' transportation, traveling exams of officers and employees traveling on official ; transportation of supplies; transportation of teachers and  ployees to the Philippine Islands; transportation of teachers  from the Philippine Islands; travel expenses of supervising teachers,  including an allowance of not to exceed pesos per mouth each  to division superintendents and supervising teachers, in the provinces, for each authorized horse furnished and maintained by Paid division superintendents aud supervising teachers for official transportation, in the discretion of the Director of Education, subject to the approval of the Secretary of Public Instruction: Provided, That said authorized horses shall be furnished by division superintendents and supervising teachers at their own expense; cablegrams: postage and telegrams; printing and binding: ice and distilled water for Insular schools and dormitories; fuel and lights for Insular schools and for dormitories, and for electric power in Trade School : rentals of buildings, for Insular schools and dormitories connected therewith : for the actual and necessary cost of education and maintenance, including traveling expenses, of not to exceed one hundred and thiriv students in the United States, at one thousand pesos each per annum, under the provisions of Act Numbered Eight hundred and fifty-four as amended by Act Numbered Seventeen hundred and seventy-four, and for the actual and necessary living and incidental expenses while in Manila, in the discretion of the Secretary of Public Instruction, and for traveling expenses of such students from Manila to their homes in the provinces: medical attendance to Government students, as provided by Act, Numbered Eleven hundred and thirty-three; for the actual and necessary I ravel ing expenses of the superintendent of students in the United States, of an assistant accompanying students from San Francisco to their places of establishment in the United States, and of necessary attendants accompanying parties of students from Manila to San Francisco under the provisions of Act Numbered Twelve hundred and twenty-five; and other incidental expenses: thirty free scholarships of two hundred and eighty-eight pesos per annum each, for young women in the nurses' training course: for the establishment and  maintenance of educational work among the non-Christ iaii tribes, including subsistence and clothing of pupils in industrial schools, to be expended in the discretion of the Secretary of Public Instruction; support of primary instruction among the Christian inhabitants of the Provinces of Palawan, Mindoro  and Nueva  Vizcava, to be allotted by the Secretary of Public Instruction: support of primary instruction in municipalities located on "friar lands" estates, to be allotted by the Secretary of Public Instruction: for the aid of municipal schools other than those aided by the special  fund for the non-Christians, to be allotted to the municipalities to the credit of their local school fund by the  Director of Education, with the approval of the Secretary of Public Instruction, upon the basis of the average daily attendance for the preceding year as shown by the records of the office of the Director: three million three hundred thousand pesos.

PHILIPPINE  MEDICAL  SCHOOL.

Philippine Medical School: For appropriation  by the board of control, for the ends specified by law in accordance with section  three, letter (c), of Act Numbered Fourteen hundred and fifteen, including the payment of the premium on the bond of the property clerk of said school; for the establishment and maintenance of free beds for clinical purposes in a hospital or in hospitals to be designated by the board of control, one hundred and forty-five thousand pesos.

The Governor-General is hereby authorized to appoint employees of the Departments and Bureaus of the Government to positions in the Philippine Medical School at a compensation to be fixed by the board of control, such compensation to be paid from the appropriation of the Philippine Medical School, Act Numbered One hundred and forty-eight to the contrary notwithstanding.

The unexpended balance of the amount appropriated by section Unexpended four of Act Numbered Sixteen hundred and thirty-two for carrying out the purposes of section three of said Act are hereby made available for expenditure for the holding of examinations during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine and other subsequent fiscal years and for the other purposes set forth in said section three until expended, and any expenditure of said funds made since the passage of said Act Numbered Sixteen hundred and thii'ty-two for the purposes mentioned in section three thereof are hereby confirmed.

BUREAU OF PRISONS.

Bureau of Prisons: For salaries and wages of Director of Prisons, at seven thousand five hundred pesos per annum; Assistant Director of Prisons at six thousand pesos per annum; Second Assistant Director of Prisons, at three thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; one clerk', class seven: three clerks, class eight: one steward, class eight: three clerk's, class nine : one baker, class nine: three inspectors of the guard, class eight : three inspectors of the guard, class nine; thirty-one first class guards : Provided, That the pay of guards, first class, shall be at the rate of one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum tor the first year of service, two thousand pesos per annum for the second year, two thousand one hundred and sixty pesos per annum for the third year, and two thousand two hundred and eighty pesos per annum for the fourth year: one interpreter, Class A: one clerk, Class A: one overseer, Class C: three clerks, Class D; (me overseer. Class I): two clerks, Class II; two sergeants of the guard: Provided, That the pay of sergeants shall be at the rate of seven hundred and twenty pesos per annum for the first year of service, eight hundred pesos per annum for the second year, and nine hundred pesos per annum for the third year; sixteen keepers: Provided, That the pav of keepers shall he at the rate of six hundred pesos per annum for the lirst year of service, seven hundred find filly pesos per annum for the second year, eight hundred and twenty-four pesos per annum for the third year, and nine hundred pesos per annum for the fourth year: forty-five second-class guards: Provided, That the pay of guards, second-class, shall be at the rate is four hundred and eighty pesos pier annum for the first year, six hundred pesos per annum for the second year, six hundred and sixty pesos per annum for the third year, and seven hundred and twenty pesos six hundred fifty ceniawis per month ; two Sisters of Charity, at thirty pesos Per month each with Directors in kind to be assigned by the Director of Prisons: clerk class J ; two drivers, at one peso and fifty centavos per diem each : two cocheros, at eighty centavos per nicnii each, two laborers, at twenty-four pesos per month each; for additional compensation to executioner, twenty pesos per execu-lon; one musical instructor, at sixty pesos per month; for such proportion of salaries of the industrial division as shall be by the Secretary of Public Instruction.

Iwabig penal settlement:

One superintendent, class one; one overseer and assistant superindentendent, at four thousand pesos per annum; one farming instructor, at three thousand pesos per annum; one trade instructors, at two thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; onw chaplain, Class A; one assistant overseer, Class D; one clerk, Class H; one assistant overseer, Class I; two assistant overeeers. Class J: Provided, That the superintendent of the Iwahig penal settlement, with the approval of the Director of Prisons, is authorized to employ as assistant overseers such suitable colonists, prisoners who have been legally discharged, as may in his judgment, be necessary within the limits of this Act.

Miscellaneous:

For hire of temporary employees: for accrued leaves of absence.

Contingent expenses :

For contingent expenses, including office furniture and supplies; per diems of officers and employees traveling on official business; transportation of officers, employees, and supplies; cablegrams; postage and telegrams; printing and binding; purchase, hire, and maintenance of land and water transportation: illuminating supplies and fuel; band and athletic supplies; ammunition for target practice and emergency supply; subsistence of prisoners; hospital special diet: Provided, That subsistence may be furnished in hospitals to the amount of thirty-five ceniavos per day for native and Asiatic prisoners and forty-five centavos per day for American and European prisoners; supplies for prisoners, including clothing, bedding, soap, tobacco, mess kits, barber supplies, and postage for : prisoners mail; maintenance of prisoners in reform schools, or other authorized private or public institutions; one suit of clothing of value not exceeding five pesos and a gratuity not exceeding ten pesos to each prisoner upon release in cases when, in the discretion of the Director of Prisons, such clothing and gratuity are necessary;  reimbursement  to prisoners of earnings as hired  laborers outside of prison prior to American occupation : transportation of discharged prisoners to their homes in the Philippine Islands; burial of deceased prisoners: medical and hospital equipment and supplies; ice for hospitals:  fuel and kitchen equipment and supplies; sanitation, cleaning septic vaults and drainage;  building materials and tools for general renewals and repairs; and other incidental expenses.

Contingen  expenses, Iwahig  penal settlement: Subsistence of prisoners;  prisoners supplies, including clothing,  bedding,  soap, tobacco,  and mess kits; miscellaneous supplies for maintenance and repair of plant; office supplies, including stationery and photographers supplies:  postage; launch repairs and supplies; transportation and per dicms of employees; transportation of supplies; transportation of prisoners to and from the settlement: Provided, That when, in the judgment of the Secretary of Public Instruction, a first-class prisoner merits consideration, his wife, family, or fiancee may be permitted  to join him at the Iwahig Penal settlement, and that the transportation from their homes to Iwahig may be'paid from this appropriation ; work cattle and horses; equipment, including band and athletic equipment, surgical instruments, office furniture,  and agricultural implements; steam   road roller, with engine to run rice Iniller, band saw, and  rock crusher; and other incidental expenses:  five hundred and eightv-three thousand

JUDICIARY.

Judiciary: For salaries and wages—
Supreme Court:

Chief Justice, at twenty thousand pesos per annum ; six associate justices, at twenty thousand pesos per annum each; clerk of the court, at six thousand pesos per annum; two deputy clerks, at four thousand' pesos per annum each; two employees, class six; three employees,, class seven; one employee, Class B; one employee, Class C: one employee, Class D; one employee, Class E; one employee, Class F: one employee, Class G ; three employees, Class H; one employee, Class I; five employees, Class J; five employees, at three hundred pesos per annum each ; one employee, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum.

Reporter of the Supreme Court:

Reporter of ihe Supreme Court, at seven thousand pesos per annum : one employer, class six; three employees, class seven; one employee, class eight; one employee, class nine; four employees, class ten: one employee. Class A: one employee, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum.

Courts of First Instance, Manila:

Three judges, at eleven thousand pesos per annum each; clerk, at four thoii.-and pesos per annum; one assistant clerk, at three thousand two hundred pesos per annum; two deputy clerks, at two thousand four hundred pesos per annum each; five employees, class seven: one employee, class eight; three employees, class nine; eight employees. Class H: five employees, at three hundred pesos per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, First District:

One judge, ai nine thousand pesos per annum; one employee, class eight: one employee, Class C; one clerk, Cagayan, at one thousand six hundred pesos per annum; one clerk, Isabela, at one thousand four hundred pesos per annum; two employees, Class J; two employees, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Second District:

One judge, at nine thousand pesos per annum; one clerk, Ilocos Norte. at one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; one clerk, Ilocos Norte one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; one employee, Class C; one employee, Class D; four employees, Class J   two employees, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Third District:

One judge, at ten thousand pesos per annum; one employee, class seven; one employee, class nine: one clerk, Pangasinan, at two thousand two hundred pesos per annum; one clerk, Zambales, at one thousand six hundred pesos per annum; one deputy clerk, at seven hundred and twenty pesos per annum; one employee, Class J; one employee, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum; one employee, at  two hundred and forty pesos per annum.

Courts of First Instance, Fourth District:

One employee at ten thousand pesos per annum; one employee, Class A one employee, Class H ; one clerk, Nueva Ecija, at one thousand eight hundred' pesos per annum : one clerk, Pampanga, at two thousand  per annum ; one clerk, Tarlac at one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum : one deputy clerk, at six hundred pesos per annum: one employee. Class J; two employees, at three hundred pesos per annum each; three employees, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Fifth District:

One judge at one thousand pesos per annum ; one clerk, Bulacan, at twor thousand pesos per annum; one clerk, Rizal, at one thousand eight hundredpesos per annum, one employee, Class C; one employee, Class G; one employee, Class H; one employee, Class J; one employee, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum; two employee, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Sixth District:

One judge, at ten thousand pesos per annum : nee clerk, Bataan, at one thousand six hundred pesos per annum ; one clerk, Cavite, at one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; one clerk, La Laguna, at one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; one employee, Class C; four employees, Class J; two employees, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum each: three employees, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Seventh District:

One judge, at ten thousand pesos per annum ; one employee, class eight; one employee, class nine; one clerk, Batangas and Mindoro, at two thousand live hundred pesos pur annum: one clerk, Tayabas and Marinduque, at two thousand two hundred pesos per annum; three deputy clerks, at six hundred pesos pei- annum each; one deputy clerk, at five hundred pesos per annum; two employees, Class J; one employee, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum; four employees, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum each.

Courts of First Instance. Eighth District:

One judge, at ten thousand pesos per annum: one employee, class seven : one employee, class nine; one clerk. Albay, at one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum : one clerk, Ambos Camarines, at one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; one deputy clerk, at seven hundred and twenty pesos per annum: three employees, Class J; one employee, at three hundred pesos per annum; one employee, at two hundred and twenty pesos per annum.

Courts of First Instance, Ninth District:

One judge, at ten thousand pesos, per annum : one employee, class seven; one employee, class nine: one clerk, lloilo, at two thousand four hundred pesos per annum; two employees, Class H; one employee, at three hundred and sixlv pesos per annum; one employee, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum.

Courts of First Instance, Tenth District:

One judge, at ten thousand pesos per annum: one employee, class eight; one employee, class nine: one clerk, Antique, at one thousand six hundred pesos per annum; one clerk. Occidental Negros, at two'thousand two hundred pesos per annum: two employees, Class J; one employee, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum; one employee, at two hundred and eighty-eight pesos per annum.

Courts of First Instance, Eleventh District:

One judge, at ten thousand pesos per annum; one employee, class seven; one clerk, Bohol, at two thousand pesos per annum ; one clerk, Cebu, at two thousand four hundred pesos per annum: one clerk, Oriental Negros, at one thousand six hundred pesos per annum; one deputy clerk, at one thousand two hundred pesos per annum; one employee, Class D; two employees, Class II; two employees, Class J; one employee, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum; one employee, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum; one employee, at one hundred and twenty pesos per annum : interpreting and translating assistants, not to exceed two hundred pesos per annum.

Courts of First Instance, Twelfth District:

One judge, at ten thousand pesos per annum : one employee, class eight; one employee, Class A; one clerk, Leyte at two thousand pesos per annum; one clerk, Sainar, at one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; two employees, Class J; two employees, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Thirteenth District:

One judge, at nine thousand pesos per annum; one employee, class nine; one clerk, Misamis, at one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; one clerk, Surigao, at one thousand six hundred pesos per annum: one cleric, district of Lanao, at six hundred pesos per annum : one clerk, subdislriet of Dapitan, at six hundred pesos per annum : one employee, Class J : one employee, at three hundred and sixlv pesos per annum ; four employees, at two hundred and forlv pesos per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Fourteenth District:

One judge, at nine tliousand pesos per annum; one clerk, Fourteenth District, at two thousand four hundred pesos per annum; one deputv clerk, at six hundred pesos per annum : four deputy clerks, at four hundred pesos per annum each; three employees, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Fifteenth District:

One judge, at nine thousand pesos per annum; one employee, Class A : one employee, Class C; one clerk, Capiz, at one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum : one clerk, Palawan, at six hundred pesos per annum ; one clerk, Sorsogon, at one thousand six hundred pesos per annum; one clerk Masbate, at eight hundred pesos per me clerk, Romblon at one thousand pesos per annum; one lerk, Palawan, at four hundred and eighty pesos per annum; two employees, at three hundred and sixty three employees, at two lmndred and forty pesos per annum each.

Court of Instance, Mountain District:

One judge at nine thousand pesos per annum; one fiscal for Benguet Lepanto-Bontoc and Nueva Vizcaya, at three thousand two hundred pesos per annum; one clerk, Benguet, Lepanto-Bontoc and Nueva Vizeaya, at three thousand two hundred pesos per annum : one clerk, La Union, at one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum; three deputy clerks, at six hundred pesos per annum each : one employee, at three hundred pesos per annum; one employee, at two hundred and forty pesos per annum; clerical, interpreting, and translating assistants to fiscal for Benguet, Lepanfo-Bontoc and Nueva Vizcaya, not to exceed one thousand eight hundred  pesos per annum.

Judges of First; Instance and employees at large: four judges, at nine thousand pesos per annum each; one employee,  class  seven;  two  employees, class eight; two  employees, class nine,

Court of Land Registration:

One judge, at ten thousand pesos per annum; one associate judge, at nine thousand pesos per annum; clerk of court, at five thousand pesos per annum; assistant clerk of court, at four thousand pesos per annum; two employees, class six; two employees, class seven: five employees, class eight; four employees, class nine; one employee, Class A; three employees, Class C; four employees, Class D; three employees, Class E; seven employees, Class F; tour employees, Class G : ten employees, Class H; two employees, Class I: two employees, Class J; nine employees, at three hundred and sixty pesos per annum each.

Miscellaneous:

For the hire of special interpreters and other emergency employees; for accrued leaves of absence.

Contingent expenses:

For contingent expenses, including the purchase of furniture and supplies; per diems of officers and employees when traveling on official business; all per diems of judges of the Court of First Instance and of the Court of Land Registration; transportation of officers, employees, and supplies, including the  traveling expenses of justices of the peace as provided by section thirty-three of Act Numbered Sixteen hundred and twenty-seven; cablegrams; postage and telegrams; printing and binding; repairs; sheriffs' fees and per diems; expenses incurred under section ten of Act Numbered Thirteen hundred and seventy-six, and the per diem of clerks of court under section five of said Act, being hereby authorized, provisions of existing law to the contrary notwithstanding; for advertising not otherwise provided for; for the payment of reasonable charges authorized by the Attorney-General for chemical or medical examinations when in his opinion the provisions of section fifteen of Act Numbered Fourteen hundred and eighty-seven and sections Iliirlv-seven and forty-one of Act Numbered  Sixteen hundred  and   twenty-seven  are  insufficient to secure the proper administration of justice, or for other technical or professional services necessarily  incident  to  criminal  proceedings conducted in Courts of First Instance or of justices of the peace;  for the  purchase of safes for offices of clerks of court, hereby authorized: and other  incidental  expenses: eight hundred and forty-five thousand  pesos.   The bureau  of Justice  shall be charged with the disbursement of appropriations for the judiciary and the cost of supplies and traveling expenses of justices of the  peace shall be a charge against said appropriations, until otherwise provided by law.

PROVINCIAL  GOVERNMENT  OF  MINDORO.

For salaries and wages of provincial governor, at four thousand five hundred pesos per annum or per diems of feu pesos to the United States Army officer filling the position by detail;  provincial secretary, at three thousand  pesos per annum; provincial
treasurer, at  four thousand   five hundred  pesos  per annum; provincial fiscal, at nine hundred pesos per annum:  for salaries and wages of such employees as niav be authorized by resolution of the provincial  board, with the approval of the Executive Secretary; for general provincial expenses, including the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, under the provisions of Act Numbered Thirteen hundred and ninety-six;  for the purposes contemplated by Act Numbered  Eighteen hundred and forty-five: for the transportation of supplies;  for the purchase of office furniture and supplies; postage and telegrams: printing and binding; hire and maintenance of official transportation : court fees; subsistence of prisoners;  for a   fund to be expended  by the provincial governor as provided  in Act Numbered Six hundred and eighty-two under the head of "Provincial government of Lepanto-Bontoc;" and for other incidental expenses; twentv-seven thousand three hundred pesos.

PROVINCIAL  GOVERNMENT  OF  PALAWAN

For salaries and wages of provincial governor, at three thousand two hundred pesos per annum or per diems of  ten  pesos to the United States Army officer filling the position by delail; provincial secretary-treasurer, at three thousand two hundred pesos per annum; for salaries and wages of such employees as may be authorized by resolution of the provincial board, with the approval  of the Executive Secretary; for general provincial expenses, including the actual and necessary traveling expenses and per diems of officers and employees, under the provisions of Act Numbered Thirteen hundred and ninety-six; for the purposes contemplated by Act Numbered Eighteen hundred and forty-five; for the transportation of supplies: for the purchase of office furniture and supplies: postage ami telegrams; printing and binding; maintenance of oilieial transportation ; maintenance and repair of provincial buildings and equipment: court expenses; subsistence of prisoners and in he expended by the provincial governor as  Act Numbered Six hundred and eighty-two under the  rovincial government of Lepanto-Bontoc;" and other incidental expenses : fifteen thousand five hundred pesos.

MISCELLANEOUS.

For the commutation and payment of all claims for salary, part of salary, accrued  leave, traveling' expenses, and transportation, and so forth, lawfully incurred  and not otherwise provided for; fifty thousand pesos.

For the payment of salaries and wages of the officials and employees of the government of the subprovince of Batanes; seven thousand pesos.

For tin; payment of salaries and wages of the officials and employees of the government of the subprovince of Apayao, seven thousand pesos.

For the salary, per diems. and travel expenses of the lieutenant governor of Sainar as authorized by Act Numbered Seventeen hundred and fifty-nine and for other necessary official expenses in connection therewith : Provided, That no appropriation shall be set up by the Insular Auditor for this purpose until the balance of hinds heretofore appropriated shall have been expended for these purposes.

For the salaries of the chief and assistant chief of police of the municipality of Cavile as provided by Act Numbered Twelve hundred and eighty-one: and allowance of forty pesos per month in lieu of official transportation in kind;  and for salaries of  substitutes when necessary; eight thousand pesos.

For part of the expenses of the Philippines Carnival for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, ten thousand pesos.
improvement of the present system of Government accounting; thirty thousand pesos.

For the neeessarv expenses of the Board of Rate Regulation, as contemplated  by Act Numbered Seventeen hundred and seventy-nine including compensation of its secretary, subject to approval by the Governor-General; five thousand pesos.

The Dlegate appointed in accordance with Act Numbered Eightteen Hundred and twenty as the representative of the Philip- Government at the International Conference on Navigation at Petersburg Russia, after the termination of the said conference is hereby authorized to proceed to England, Switzerland, and Egypt, returning to the Philippine Islands by way of the United States and Japan, for the purpose of acquiring information which may prove of value to the Philippine Legislature, especially information touching the organization of the Japanese Diet, the government organization of Switzerland, and the operations and reslts achieved by the Agricultural Bank of Egypt, as well as the establishment and operation of the irrigation system in that country personnei authorized by the said Act shall be entitled to receive the compensation and traveling  expenses therein specified until  their return to the Philippine Islands: Provided, however, That the total expense shall not exceed the  amount  provided by Act   Numbered Eighteen  hundred and twenty; and the funds appropriated by said Act are hereby made available for said purposes.

The sum of fifty thousand pesos appropriated by Act Numbered Eighteen hundred and filty-seven for the creation of special classes of superior instruction for municipal teachers, and for other purposes, shall be charged to the revenues of the Insular Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and nine.

The unexpended balance of funds appropriated by Act Numbered sixteen hundred and seventv-niue lor pavincnt as contemplated by resolution of the Commission of February ninth, nineteen hundred and seven, on account: of transportation service between Dagupan and Baguio, is herein made available for the payment of a subsidy for further transportation service and any new contract which may be entered into for transportation service between Dagupan and Baguio or Camp One and Bagnio during the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and nine.

The Governor-General is herein empowered to take all steps of widening the streets  every nature and kind which in his judgment:  are necessary, order to carry to a conclusion the straightening of streets and street widening in the city of Cebu in accordance with the plan already adopted or any modification thereof which may be approved by the Governor-General for such widening and straightening, and the Governor-General is expressly authorized and empowered to acquire, by purchase, gift, or exchange, such private property as may be necessary for such widening and straightening of said streets.   The  unexpended balance of all moneys heretofore  appropriated tor the improvement of the so-called  "burnt area"  in Cebu is hereby made available for such purposes, and the Governor-General is hereby authorized, in his discretion, to expend said balance for the improvement of said so-called "burnt area" in the municipality of Cebu, including payment for real estate taken for public purposes and for services contemplated  by section two of Act Numbered Sixteen hundred and fourteen.

The action of the provincial board of Bulaeaii in constructing the dormitory for the provincial high school at Malolos without previously advertising the same for  public bidding is hereby approved, the provisions of section fifteen of Act Numbered Eighty-three and section five of Act Numbered Fourteen hundred and one to the contrary notwithstanding.

Total miscellaneous, one hundred and seventeen thousand pesos.   Section three of Act Numbered One hundred and  twenty-nine is hereby amended to read as follows:

"SEC. 3. The disbursing agent  shall  receive  a  salary  of three thousand pesos per annum."


Total of appropriations for all  purposes, sixteen  million eight hundred and eighty-three thousand eight hundred and forty-five pesos.
SEC. 2. Of the amount appropriated for public works and public improvements in  Act  Numbered Eighteen hundred and thirty-
seven, the Insular Auditor is hereby authorized and  directed to charge the sum of two million pesos to the revenues of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine.

SEC. 3.  Officers and employees of the Insular Giovernment when in lieu of traveling traveling on official business or when travelling on official business or when absent from their permanent stations may receive, in the discretion of the chief of the Bureau or head of Department, in lieu of traveling expenses other than transportation, per diems or fractional parts thereof as follows: Provided, however, That chiefs of Bureaus shall make such examination in passing upon per diems as may be necessary, to satisfy, their minds that the per diems allowed will not more than reimburse employees for necessary traveling expenses and will not constitute an increase of salary :

Officers and employees receiving a salary of less than one thousand two hundred pesos per annum, a per diem of one peso;

Those receiving one thousand two hundred pesos or more per annum, but not exceeding one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum, a per diem of two pesos:

Those receiving more than one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum, but not exceeding two thousand four hundred pesos per annum, a per diem of three pesos;

Those receiving inure than two thousand four hundred pesos per annum, hut noi exceeding six thousand pesos per annum, a per diem of four pesos : and

Those receiving more than six thousand pesos per annum, a per diom of live pesos: Provided, That members of field parties and other officers and eniplovees, for whom subsistence in kind or other special provision shall he made to cover traveling expenses lan transportation, shall not be paid the per diem herein: And provided further, That in the discretion of a chief of Bureau, employees whose compensations: And provided further, That when travellingby water transportation which does not include subsitence, officers and employees shall receive, in lieu of per diems, reimbursement of the amounts actually and necesarily expended by them for subsistence: And provided further, That all per diems and travelling expenses of the judges of the Courts of First Instance and of the Court of Land Registration, beginning July first, nineteen hundred and seven, shall be paid from the appropriation from the judiciary, at the rates provided by this sectionfor other officers receiving similar salaries: And provided further, that officers of the United States Army or navy detailed for duty with the Insular Government shall receive, when traveling on official business of this Government, the per diems corresponding to the salary of the position which the officer is filling under detail, and. if no salary be fixed by law for such position, the officer shall he considered as included in the class for wliich a per diem of five pesos is authorized, subject to the provisions applicable to officers of the Insular Government.

SEC. 4. The appropriations herein made for each Bureau, province, or Office shall he available for payment of authorized commutations of accrued leave of absence of'the officers and employees  thereof, and  for payment of such expenses as may accrue to such Bureaus, provinces, or Offices by reason of the operations of Act  Numbered  Fifieen hundred and nine.

SEC. 5. For service and supplies furnished to other branches of the Government or other persons, a chief of Bureau or Office may charge the cost or such other rate or rates as shall have been prescribed by law or approved by the proper head of Department; and may spend the proceeds of such charges for duly authorized purposes in the discretion of the head of such Department: Provided, That the sums collected under this section shall be deposited in the Insular Treasury to the credit of the current account of the

Bureau or Office concerned: And Provided further, That the proceeds of all fees, lines, and court costs; the net  proceeds, of all receipts  of   the  Bureau of Customs, except  for import, export,  wnarfage and immigration dues, coastwise license fees and customs revenue stamps; and all other receipts of Bureau or Offices of the other receipts.   Insular Government and of the judiciary, the disposition of which is not otherwise specifically provided by law shall he considered as coming within the provisions of this section, the purpose of which is to require the separation of revenue receipts which may properly be termed proceeds of taxation from those funds which accrue from inter-Bureau transactions and specific services io private persons.

SEC. 6. Subject to approval by the head of the proper Department, upon recommendation by the Insular Auditor, refunds may be made by chiefs of Bureaus or Offices on account  of receipts from sale of fabricated articles or supplies; or services rendered to other branches of the Government or private parties, when such action shall be consistent with good business practice and equity, from funds to be designated in each ease hv the Insular Auditor.

SEC. 7. After payment of all obligations actually incurred in the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eight and prior  liscal years, including completion of permanent improvements duly authorized, all balances of appropriations heretofore made for the current expenses of Bureaus and  Office of the Insular Government shall revert to the general fund: Provided, That, upon the recommendation of the Secretary of the Department concerned, the Governor-General may direct the restoration of any part of the funds hereby reverted to the credit of the Bureau or Office for which such funds were originally appropriated.

SEC. 8. Whenever in the opinion of the Insular Auditor it shall be advisable to create a reimbursable fund for the purchase of supplies for any Bureau or Office of the Insular Government, he shall so certify to the Secretary of Ihc Department concerned stating the amount he recommends for such fund, which  certificate shall be forthwith transmitted by said  Secretary  to the Governor-General with his recommendations.   The Governor-General  mav thereupon create such fund and fix the amount thereof, and such fund shall thereafter be administered bv the Bureau or Office concerned under regulations promulgated by the Insular Auditor with the approval of the Governor-General.

There is hereby created a continuing annual appropriation for each of the Bureaus for which a reimbursable fund for the purchase of supplies shall be created as hereinbefore provided and all receipts derived from the transfer of supplies to operation or construction accounts of the Bureau are hereby made available for expenditure for the purpose of replenishing the supplies of the said Bureau and for no other purpose.   The capital amount of such  reimbursable fund for the purchase of supplies shall at all times be represented by cash in the Treasury or supplies in ihe possession of the Bureau or Office concerned, unless dost roved by fire or other unavoidable casualty, and in such case the amount of such loss shall be restored in the manner provided for losses in Act Numbored Three hundred and fifty-seven: Provided, That no loss that is covered bv insurance under the provisions of Act Numbered Seventeen hundred and twenty-eight shall be so restored.

At least once in each fiscal vear an inventory of said supplies and cash shall be taken and the amount of depreciation derormmed by inspection as provided in Act Numbered Seventeen  hundred and ninety-two, and the amount of depreciation so determined shall be charged against the current expense appropriation of the Bureau or Office concerned and credited to the reimbursable fund herein created: Provided, That in case of need temporary transfers from apropriations for public works with the prior approval of the Secretary, of the Department concerned may be made to the credit of the fund created by this section, to the end that no supplies shall he charged to public works projects until such supplies are actually used therein.

SEC. 9. The appropriation for current expenses of the various bureaus and offices of the Government shall be available for the payment, to the credit of the fidelity bond premium fund, of two-thirds of the premium fixed, in pursuance of section three of Act Numbered Seventeen hundred and thirty-nine, on behalf of Insular officials and employees pertaining to the respective Bureaus and Offices

SEC. 10. The appointment is hereby authorized of a committee of fourteen members, one-half to be composed ol members of the Commission to be named by the President thereof, and the other half of incinlicrs  of  the Assembly, to be named by the  Speaker thereof, to act  during the recess of the Legislature, to investigate the organization and operation of the Bureaus and Offices of the Insular Government to prepare a proposed appropriation bill for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, to make report as to report any other legislation or appropriations submitted to it for consideration by the Legislature or by the presiding officer of either Chamber and also to discharge the duties of the committee for which provision is made by Act Numbered Eighteen hundred and nine during said recess.

SEC. 11. This Act shall take effect as of date July first, nine-teen hundred and eight.

Enacted, June 19, 1908.

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