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[ Act No. 2285, September 15, 1913 ]

AN ACT AMENDING ACT NUMBERED TWENTY-TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHT, ENTITLED "AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR SUNDRY EXPENSES OF THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS OF AGUSAN, NUEVA VIZCAYA. AND THE MOUNTAIN PROVINCE, FOR INSULAR EXPENSES IN THE SAID PROVINCES AND THE MORO PROVINCE FOR THE PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER THIRTY-FIRST, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTEEN," BY PROVIDING EXTRA COMPENSATION FOR THE ACTING GOVERNOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PROVINCE.

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

SECTION 1. That part of section one of Act Numbered Twenty-two hundred and eight headed "Provincial Government of the Mountain Province," is hereby amended to read as follows:
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF THE MOUNTAIN PROVINCE.

"For salaries and wages, including salary of provincial Acting governor, governor, at six thousand pesos per annum; for extra compensation for the acting provincial governor at the rate of one thousand pesos per annum; provincial secretary-treasurer, at five thousand pesos per annum; provincial supervisor, at four thousand pesos per annum; provincial exchange officer, at four thousand pesos per annum; assistant to the provincial supervisor, at three thousand two hundred pesos per annum; lieutenant-governor of Benguet, at three thousand six hundred pesos per annum; and for an addition to his salary at the rate of one thousand pesos per annum during such time as he remains in general charge of railroad grading in the subprovince of Benguet; lieutenant-governor of Amburayan, at three thousand two hundred pesos per annum; lieutenant-governor of Lepanto, at three thousand' pesos per annum; lieutenant-governor of Apayao, at four thousand pesos per annum; lieutenant-governor of Bontoc, at four thousand pesos per annum; lieutenant-governor of Kalinga, at four thousand pesos per annum; lieutenant-governor of Ifugao, at one thousand six' hundred pesos per annum, in addition to compensation as an officer of the Philippine Constabulary; for the share of the Mountain Province of the salary of the fiscal of the Mountain Province and Nueva Vizcaya; for a proportionate part of the salaries of clerks to the district auditor; 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 sheriff's fees; for the transportation of supplies; for land transportation equipment; for the purchase of office supplies; postage and telegrams; printing and binding; maintenance of official transportation; maintenance of equipment; maintenance and operation of launches and vessels; alteration, maintenance, and repair of provincial buildings; rents; maintenance and repair of bridges, roads, and trails, and telephone lines and removal of obstructions in rivers; operation of land transportation; maintenance of public animals, including breeding animals loaned by the Bureau of Agriculture; court expenses; maintenance of prisoners; uniforms of guards; sanitary and burial fund for indigent persons; premiums on surety bonds; for a fund to be expended by the provincial governor in the manner funds are provided to be expended by Act Numbered Six hundred and eighty-two, under the head of 'Provincial Government of Lepanto-Bontoc;' and other incidental expenses; one hundred and forty-six thousand three hundred pesos."
SEC. 2. This Act shall take effect as of August fifteenth, nineteen hundred and thirteen.

Enacted, September 15, 1913.

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