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[ Act No. 2110, January 30, 1912 ]

AN ACT APPROPRIATING THE SUM OF ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE IN THE CITY OF MANILA OF A SCHOOL OF HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRIES.

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

SECTION 1. The sum of one hundred thousand pesos is hereby appropriated, out of any funds in the Insular Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be expended by the Director of Education subject to the approval of the Secretary of Public Instruction for the establishment, equipment, and maintenance of a School of Household Industries for women in the city of Manila, as hereinafter specified.

SEC. 2. The Director of Education is hereby authorized to appoint and fix the compensation of a superintendent, instructors,  and such other employees as may be necessary in the school hereby established. He is further authorized to incur such expenditures as may be necessary for the proper administration and conduct of this school. He is also authorized to incur expenses for rental of buildings, purchase of materials, furniture, and other essential equipment. The action of the Director of Education in making  these appointments and incurring these expenses shall be subject to the approval of the Secretary of Public Instruction.

SEC. 3. Three hundred scholarships are hereby  established in the School of Household Industries. These scholarships shall be  apportioned to the various provinces by the Director of Education  subject to the approval of the Secretary of Public Instruction, and  appointments to scholarships shall be made by him or his representatives in a manner best suited to the promotion of the purposes of this Act.  Each of a scholarship shall be entitled to reimbursement of traveling expenses from place of residence to Manila on appointment and return from Manila to place of residence on completion of her course, and while pursuing a course of instruction in the school hereby authorized shall be entitled to subsistence and other living expenses. All such expenditures shall be payable from the sum appropriated by this Act.

SEC. 4. Each scholarship appointee shall sign an agreement to return, upon completion of the prescribed course of instruction,  her home town or such other municipality as may be agreed upon by herself and the Director of Education for the purpose of training other women in the industry or industries in which she has been instructed.

SEC. 5. The facilities of the Sales Agency created by Act Numbered Two thousand and sixty-one are made available for the promotion of the purposes of this Act throughout all the provinces in the Philippine Islands.

SEC. 6. The public good requiring the speedy enactment of this bill, the same shall take effect on its passage, in accordance with section one of Act Numbered Nineteen hundred and forty-five of the Philippine Legislature.

Enacted, January 30, 1913.

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