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[ Act No. 430, July 14, 1902 ]

AN ACT APPROPRIATING THE SUM OF TWO MILLION EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY-THREE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIVE DOLLARS AND TWENTY-EIGHT CENTS, IN MONEY OF THE UNITED STATES, OR SO MUCH THEREOF AS MAY BE NECESSARY, IN PART COMPENSATION FOR THE SERVICE OF THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE THIRTIETH, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THREE, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

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

SECTION 1. The following sums, in money of the United States, or so much thereof as may be respectively necessary, are hereby appropriated, out of any funds in the Insular Treasury not otherwise appropriated, in part compensation for the service of the Insular Government and of the city of Manila, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and three, this appropriation being for the first quarter of said fiscal, year unless otherwise stated. The appropriations herein made, except for fixed salaries for the first quarter of said fiscal year, shall be available for obligations of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three:

UNITED STATES PHILIPPINE COMMISSION.

Salaries and wages, United States Philippine Commission, nineteen hundred and three: President and seven Commissioners, at five thousand dollars per annum each; Secretary, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; Spanish secretary, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; four private secretaries, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum each; three private secretaries, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum each; disbursing officer, class five; one clerk, class five; three clerks, class six; two clerks, class seven; one clerk, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; two clerks, class eight; two clerks, class nine; one clerk, Class D; two clerks, Class H; one clerk, Class I; two clerks, Class J; four employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each, twenty thousand five hundred and eighty dollars.

Transportation, United States Philippine Commission, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees on official business, including the hire of vehicles in the city of Manila as a temporary expedient when such transportation can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed thirty dollars, one thousand dollars.

Contingent expenses, United States Philippine Commission, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, furniture, telegrams, cablegrams, salaries, and expenses of surveyors, helpers, and draftsmen engaged in the survey of lands under the direction of the Commission, and for other incidental expenses, twelve thousand dollars.

In all, for the United States Philippine Commission, thirty-three thousand five hundred and eighty dollars.

EXECUTIVE.

EXECUTIVE BUREAU.

Salaries and wages, Executive Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: Civil Governor, at fifteen thousand dollars per annum; Executive Secretary, at seven thousand five hundred dollars per annum; Assistant Executive Secretary, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; private secretary to the Civil Governor, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class three; one clerk, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; three clerks, class five; six clerks, class six; seven clerks, class seven; five clerks, class eight, five clerks, class nine; five clerks, Class A; one janitor, Class B; two watchmen, at seven hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; three clerks, Class C; two employees, Class J; three employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; twelve laborers, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; extra allowance for disbursing officer, at two hundred dollars per annum; per diems of seven dollars for the Executive Secretary, twenty-one thousand nine hundred and twenty-four dollars.

Contingent expenses, Malacañan Palace, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses of Malacañan Palace, including lighting of park, and other incidental expenses, one hundred and fifty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Executive Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including furniture, stationery, electric lights and supplies for Ayuntamiento Building, and other incidental expenses, three thousand two hundred and fifty dollars.

In all, for the Executive Bureau, twenty-five thousand three hundred and twenty-four dollars.

PHILIPPINE CIVIL SERVICE BOARD.

Salaries and wages, Philippine Civil Service Board, nineteen hundred and three: Three members, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum each; one examiner, class three; one examiner, class five; one examiner, class six; one examiner, class seven; three examiners, class eight; two clerks, class nine; one clerk, class ten; one clerk, Class B; one clerk, Class D; one clerk, Class F; one clerk, Class G; one employee, Class J; one employee, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum; extra allowance for disbursing officer, at two hundred dollars per annum, seven thousand two hundred and thirty-two dollars and fifty cents.

Transportation, Philippine Civil Service Board, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, and for the hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when such transportation can not be secured from the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed thirty dollars, two hundred dollars.

Transportation, Philippine Civil Service Board, nineteen hundred and two: For the hire of vehicles on official business in Manila during the fourth quarter of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, when such transportation could not be secured from the Insular Purchasing Agent, thirty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Philippine Civil Service Board, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, and other incidental expenses, three hundred dollars.

In all, for the Philippine Civil Service Board, seven thousand seven hundred and sixty-two dollars and fifty cents.

BUREAU OF THE INSULAR PURCHASING AGENT.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of the Insular Purchasing Agent, nineteen hundred and three: Insular Purchasing Agent, at four thousand dollars per annum; Assistant Insular Purchasing Agent, at three thousand dollars per annum; disbursing officer and cashier, class four; one clerk, class five; two clerks, class six; five clerks, class seven; five clerks, class eight; eight clerks, class nine; one clerk, at one thousand and fifty dollars per annum; two clerks, class ten; four clerks, Class A; two clerks, Class B; one clerk, Class C; three watchmen, Class C; one clerk, Class D; two clerks, Class H; six employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; and for the hire of such foremen, teamsters, drivers, stablemen, blacksmiths, saddlers, and additional watchmen and laborers as may from time to time be necessary in the transportation division, coal and lumber yard, and for the handling of supplies, not to exceed fourteen thousand dollars, twenty-seven thousand two hundred and sixty-five dollars.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of the Insular Purchasing Agent, nineteen hundred and two: For the hire of foremen, teamsters, drivers, stablemen, blacksmiths, saddlers, watchmen, and laborers during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, one thousand five hundred dollars.

Transportation, Bureau of the Insular Purchasing Agent, nineteen hundred and three: For incidental transportation not otherwise provided for, one hundred and fifty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of the Insular Purchasing Agent, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including supplies, rents, repairs to transportation, forage for horses, vehicles and harness, purchase of animals, medicines, veterinary supplies and attendance, and other incidental expenses, twenty-three thousand dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of the Insular Purchasing Agent, fifty-one thousand nine hundred and fifteen dollars.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.

Salaries and wages, Office of the Secretary of the Interior, nineteen hundred and three: Secretary of the Interior, at ten thousand five hundred dollars per annum; two clerks, class eight, three thousand three hundred and twenty-five dollars.

Contingent expenses, Office of the Secretary of the Interior, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, furniture, and other incidental expenses, one hundred and eighty dollars.

In all, for the Office of the Secretary of the Interior, three thousand five hundred and five dollars.

BOARD OF HEALTH FOR THE PHILIPPINES.

Salaries and wages, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and three: Chief Health Inspector, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; sanitary engineer, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; assistant sanitary engineer, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; secretary, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; four medical inspectors, class five; four employees, class six; two employees, class seven; one employee, class eight; seven employees, class nine; twelve employees, class ten; six employees, Class A; seven employees, at seven hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; seven employees, Class D; one employee, Class E; one employee, at four hundred and fifty dollars per annum; one employee, Class G; five employees, Class H; fifty-one employees, Class I; three employees, Class J; twenty employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; two employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; twenty-seven employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; twenty-five employees, at ninety dollars per annum each; six employees, at seventy-two dollars per annum each; twenty-one employees, at sixty dollars per annum each; president of the board of health of Surigao, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; president of the board of health of Antique, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; extra allowance for disbursing officer, at two hundred dollars per annum; twenty-four thousand nine hundred and sixty-five dollars and fifty cents.

Salaries and wages, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and two: One employee, class six, from March thirteenth to March thirty-first, nineteen hundred and two, ninety dollars.

Support of hospitals, plants, and stations, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and three: For support and maintenance of the women's department San Lazaro Hospital, leper department San Lazaro Hospital, leper colonies at Cebu and Palestina, plague and smallpox hospitals, plague hospital crematory, steam disinfecting plant, municipal dispensaries, Hospicio de San Jose, Colegio de Santa Isabel, veterinary department, support of indigent natives in the provinces, vaccine station and serum institute, thirty thousand four hundred and two dollars.

Suppression and extermination of epidemic diseases and pests, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and three: For the suppression and extermination of epidemic diseases and pests, rentals, equipment and maintenance of hospitals, plants, camps, and stations for epidemic diseases, including medicines for the same, expenses of disposition of the dead, subsistence of inmates and employees of hospitals, plants, camps, and stations, and so forth, subsistence of employees sent from Manila to provincial towns, expenses incurred in the distribution of distilled water, purchase of disinfectants, reimbursement for property, clothing, and so forth, destroyed to prevent the spread of epidemics, expenses incurred in cleaning up infected districts, medicines for indigent natives, salaries and wages for necessary temporary employees engaged in the suppression of epidemics, and per diem allowances of one dollar and fifty cents to Army medical officers in lieu of any loss from the discontinuance of commutations of quarters or otherwise, owing to their detail for civil duty with the Board of Health, and other incidental expenses, thirty-five thousand dollars.

The funds appropriated in Act Numbered Four hundred and fifteen for the "Suppression and extermination of epidemic diseases and pests, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and two," are hereby made available for disbursement for the same purposes during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three.

Transportation, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and three: For the transportation of freight, actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, purchase of ponies, harness, and carts for disinfecting purposes, repairs to wagons and harness, rental of launches, lorchas, and bancas during the cholera epidemic, rental of vehicles in Manila on official business when such can not be supplied by the Insular Purchasing Agent, forage for horses, seven thousand six hundred and seventy dollars.

Officers of the United States Army, who, by reason of serving under detail with the Board of Health, have been deprived of mileage for actual official travel which they would otherwise have received, shall be entitled to such mileage, which is hereby made a proper charge against this appropriation, and such mileage during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two is herein made a proper charge against the appropriation for "Transportation, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and two," the provisions of section four of Act Numbered One hundred and forty-eight being hereby modified to this extent.

Contingent expenses, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including stationery, supplies, repairs to office furniture, rent of telephones, cablegrams, advertising, per diems of five dollars for the Commissioner of Public Health in lieu of all expenses, except cost of official transportation, and to compensate him for all commutations and allowances from which he is excluded as an officer of the Army by reason of his detail for civil duty; cost of transportation herein provided being construed to include subsistence when the same is included in transportation by commercial steamship lines; and for other incidental expenses, two thousand four hundred and forty-six, dollars.

Installation of the pail system in the city of Manila, Board, of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and three: For the installation of the pail system in the city of Manila and for the salaries of such officers and employees as may be approved and authorized by the Secretary of the interior, twelve thousand nine hundred and thirty-three dollars and thirty-three cents.

The difference between the aim unit expended for the installation of the pail system in the city of Manila, and the amount collected therefor from property owners and deposited in the Insular Treasury, shall be reimbursed to the Insular Government by the city of Manila, and when such reimbursement is fully made all property, such as launches, barges, and so for the purchased in carrying out the provisions of the appropriation, shall revert to and become the property of the city of Manila.

In all, for the Board of Health for the Philippines, one hundred and thirteen thousand five hundred and six dollars and eighty-three cents.

QUARANTINE SERVICE.

Salaries and wages, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and three: One officer, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; one officer, at two thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one officer, at two thousand dollars per annum; six officers, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum each; one engineer, class nine; one employee, at one thousand and twenty dollars per annum; four employees, Class A; two employees, Class D; two employees, Class F; one employee, Class H; five employees, Class J; twenty employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; five employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum; crews of launches at Manila, Iloilo, and Cebu, not to exceed one thousand five hundred and fifteen dollars; and emergency disinfectors and temporary attendants, not to exceed nine hundred and seventy-five dollars, nine thousand five hundred and seventy-five dollars.

Salaries and wages, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and two: One officer, at two thousand two hundred dollars per annum from May first to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two, three hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty-six cents.

Transportation, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, including the traveling expenses of officers from the United States and Europe, for repairs, supplies, and miscellaneous expenses for quarantine launches, and for towing disinfecting barges from Manila to Iloilo and Cebu, five thousand six hundred dollars.

Commutation of quarters, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and three: For commutation of quarters of officers of the Quarantine Service authorized by the regulations of the United States Treasury Department, one thousand five hundred and forty dollars.

Support of Mariveles Quarantine Station, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and three: For support of Mariveles Quarantine Station, including subsistence, supplies, repairs to wharf and buildings at station, and other incidental expenses, eight thousand seven hundred and seventy-eight dollars and sixty-two-cents.

Contingent expenses, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including rent of office, furniture, supplies, office expenses, purchase of row-boat, and other incidental expenses, eight hundred and eighty dollars and thirty-eight cents.

In all, for the Quarantine Service, twenty-six thousand seven hundred and forty dollars and sixty-six cents.

FORESTRY BUREAU.

Salaries and wages, Forestry Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: Assistant Chief of Bureau, at three thousand dollars per annum; manager of timber-testing laboratory, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; six foresters, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum each; four inspectors, class six; one clerk, class six; two clerks, class eight; seven clerks, class nine; six assistant inspectors, class nine; four clerks, Class A; six assistant inspectors, Class A; two clerks, Class D; ten assistant foresters, Class D; twenty-five rangers, Class G; forty rangers, Class I; six clerks, Class I; two carpenters, Class J; two employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; one woodworker, at seventy-five cents per day; hire of laborers with field parties, not to exceed seven hundred and eighty dollars, twenty-two thousand four hundred and seventeen dollars.

Transportation, Forestry Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: For transportation of freight, and for the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars.

Contingent expenses, Forestry Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including purchase of wood samples and materials, rent of offices and telephone, purchase of books, office supplies, per diems of five dollars for the Chief of the Bureau in lieu of all expenses, except cost of official transportation, and to compensate him for all commutations and allowances from which he is excluded as an officer of the Army by reason of his detail for civil duty; cost of transportation herein provided being construed to include subsistence when the same is included in transportation by commercial steamship lines; and for other incidental expenses, two thousand three hundred and fifty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Forestry Bureau, nineteen hundred and two: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, purchase of wood samples and materials, rent of offices and telephone, and other incidental expenses, during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, five hundred dollars.

In all, for the Forestry Bureau, twenty-seven thousand one hundred and forty-two dollars.

The net amount of the collections under the forestry laws made in the provinces and in the city of Manila shall be returned, after July first, nineteen hundred and two, prorata, to the provinces to which they respectively relate, after the entire expenses of conducting the Forestry Bureau and the service under its control shall have been deducted from the gross receipts. Such returns shall be made quarterly as soon after the close of each quarter as the accounts of the collections and disbursements of said quarter shall have been settled and adjusted by the Auditor. Such returns of forestry collections to the provinces shall be made, upon certification of the amount due by the Auditor, by settlement warrant, and for this purpose a permanent appropriation of the sums so required is hereby made. Such returns of collections under the forestry laws shall be disposed of by each province as provided by the Provincial Act and its amendments. All laws or portions of laws in conflict with the provisions of this paragraph are hereby repealed.

MINING BUREAU.

Salaries and wages, Mining Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: Chief of Bureau, at three thousand dollars per annum; mining engineer and assayer, class six; one clerk, class nine; one clerk, class ten; one clerk, Class C; one clerk, Class D; one clerk, Class F; two clerks, Class I; one employee, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum; one employee, at eighty dollars per annum, two thousand four hundred dollars.

Transportation, Mining Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees and the transportation of supplies, one hundred and fifty dollars.

Transportation, Mining Bureau, nineteen hundred and two: For the hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when it was impossible for the Insular Purchasing Agent to furnish the same, fourteen dollars.

Geological and Mineralogical surveys, Mining Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: For the expenses in connection with the geological and mineralogical surveys, including salaries and wages of employees, transportation of employees, and supplies, and other incidental expenses in connection with the above work, one thousand two hundred and sixty-four dollars and twenty-nine cents.

Contingent expenses, Mining Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, books, stationery, and other incidental expenses, six hundred and eighty-eight dollars and fifty-five cents.

In all, for the Mining Bureau, four thousand five hundred and sixteen dollars and eighty-four cents.

PHILIPPINE WEATHER BUREAU.

Salaries and wages, Philippine Weather Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: Director, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; three assistant directors, at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum each; secretary and librarian, at one thousand four hundred dollars per annum; three clerks, Class A; five clerks, Class C; five clerks, Class D; one clerk, Class G; three clerks, Class I; four employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; nine chief observers for first-class branch stations, at six hundred dollars per annum each; nine assistant observers for first-class branch stations, at one hundred dollars per annum each; fourteen observers for second-class branch stations, at three hundred dollars per annum each; twenty-two observers for third-class branch stations, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; eight observers for rain stations, at ninety dollars per annum each; extra allowance for disbursing clerk, at two hundred dollars per annum, eight thousand seven hundred and thirty-two dollars and fifty cents.

Transportation, Philippine Weather Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees and the transportation of supplies, five hundred dollars.

Contingent expenses, Philippine Weather Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including rents, stationery, supplies, electric lights, telephone, purchase of instruments not to exceed two thousand two hundred and twenty-three dollars and thirty-eight cents, installation of instruments in branch stations, and other incidental expenses, three thousand five hundred and twenty-eight dollars and thirty-eight cents.

In all, for the Philippine Weather Bureau, twelve thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars and eighty-eight cents.

BUEEAU OF PUBLIC LANDS.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Public Lands, nineteen hundred and three: Chief of Bureau, at three thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class seven; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, class ten; two clerks, Class I; one messenger, at one-hundred and twenty dollars per annum, one thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Public Lands, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including furniture, office supplies, and other incidental expenses, seventy-five dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Public Lands, two thousand and fifty-five dollars.

BUREAU OF AGRICULTURE.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Agriculture, nineteen hundred and three: Chief of Bureau, at four thousand dollars per annum; one director of animal industry, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one soil physicist, class five; one fiber expert, class five; one botanist and assistant agrostologist, class five, who shall also perform the duties of botanist in the Forestry Bureau; one expert in charge of plant and seed introduction, class five; one superintendent of Government farms, class six; one expert in tropical agriculture, class eight; one expert in plant culture and plant breeding, class nine; one expert in farm machinery and management, class ten; one clerk, class five; one clerk, class eight; two clerks, class nine; one clerk, class ten; one artist, Class A; two clerks, Class C; four student scientific aids, Class F; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; one employee, at ninety dollars per annum; and local and special agents, guides, interpreters, and other labor required in the city of Manila or elsewhere, not to exceed two thousand dollars, nine thousand eight hundred and seven dollars and fifty cents.

Transportation, Bureau of Agriculture, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees and the transportation of supplies, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Agriculture, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including collecting and purchasing valuable seeds, roots, bulbs, trees, shrubs, vines, and plants for experimental cultivation and distribution; for paper, twine, gum, and all necessary material required for putting up and distributing the same; for the investigation of the soils in the Philippine Islands and for indicating upon maps or plats, by coloring or otherwise, the results of such investigations, and to map the tobacco, hemp, sugar, rice, coconut, fruit, and vegetable soils of the Philippine Archipelago; for investigating methods of curing tobacco; for originating, through selection and breeding, improved varieties of tobacco, hemp, sugar, rice, fruits, and vegetables, and introducing foreign plants promising to be of value to the Islands; for conducting investigations of the grasses, forage plants, and animal foods, and the means of improving the forage supply of the Islands; for carrying on investigations relating to the medicinal, poisonous, fiber, and other economic plants, and for conducting special investigations of the leading staple plant products of the Archipelago; for investigating the history and habits of injurious and beneficial insects, and the best means for destroying those found to be injurious to agricultural crops; for conducting investigations on the diseases of plants and methods of preventing them; for the investigation of the live stock, dairy, and other animal industries of the Philippines, and the improvement of existing breeds of domestic animals; for subscriptions to and purchase of agricultural and scientific and technical books, periodicals, magazines, and publications necessary for the work of the Bureau; for the purchase of stationery, furniture, cases, and all other necessary office supplies; for advertising, telegraphing, cabling, telephone, messenger service, and post-office expenses; for the purchase of ice for the office in Manila; for the purchase and hire of horses, mules, and other working animals for use on the Government farms and experimental stations; for harness, wagons, carls, and so forth; for forage for animals, blacksmith tools, forges, and shoeing of animals; for veterinary attendance and supplies; for the purchase of lumber, nails, agricultural tools and machinery, carpenter tools, and scientific instruments, and for rent of office building in Manila, five thousand dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Agriculture, fifteen thousand five hundred and fifty-seven dollars and fifty cents.

BUREAU OF NON-CHRISTIAN TRIBES.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes, nineteen hundred and three: Chief of Bureau, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; assistant chief of Bureau, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; agent for Moro affairs, at one thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, class eight; one collector of natural-history specimens, class nine; one assistant collector of natural-history specimens, Class F; two clerks, Class H; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; one employee, at ninety dollars per annum, two thousand seven hundred and forty-two dollars and fifty cents.

Transportation, Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers, employees, collectors, and school-teachers engaged in collecting data, and for the transportation of supplies, four hundred and fifty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including supplies, furniture, books, instruments, hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when such transportation can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed twenty-five dollars, and other incidental expenses, six hundred dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes, three thousand seven hundred and ninety-two dollars and fifty cents.

BUREAU OF GOVERNMENT LABORATORIES.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Government Laboratories, nineteen hundred and three: Superintendent of Government Laboratories, at four thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, class five; three clerks, class six; two clerks, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum each; two clerks, class eight; three clerks, class nine; one clerk, at one thousand and twenty dollars per annum; one clerk, Class I; one employee, Class J; two employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; four employees, at ninety dollars per annum each; one temporary employee, class six, from September first to September thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two, five thousand nine hundred and five dollars.

Transportation, Bureau of Government Laboratories, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, including the traveling expenses of clerks from the United States to Manila, hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when it is impossible for the Insular Purchasing Agent to provide the same, not to exceed fifty dollars, and the transportation of supplies, seven hundred and seventy-five dollars.


Contingent expenses, Bureau of Government Laboratories, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including an allowance at the Army rate for quarters for one medical officer detailed by the Army, rent of laboratory building, chemicals, and apparatus, not to exceed five thousand and twenty-nine dollars and eighty-five cents, books, not to exceed three thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven dollars and fifty-five cents, surgical instruments, repairs to apparatus, office supplies, stationery, purchase of outfit for photographer, per diems of five dollars to the Director of the Biological Laboratory in lieu of all expenses, except cost of official transportation, and to compensate him for all commutations and allowances from which he is excluded as an officer of the Army by reason of his detail for civil duty; the cost of transportation herein provided being construed to include subsistence when the same is included in transportation by commercial steamship lines; and for other incidental expenses, ten thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars and thirty cents.

In all, for the Bureau of Government Laboratories, seventeen thousand four hundred and thirty dollars and thirty cents.

BUREAU OP PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, AND TRADE-MARKS.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Patents, Copyrights, and Trade-Marks, nineteen hundred and three: One clerk, Class A, two hundred and twenty-five dollars.

PHILIPPINE CIVIL HOSPITAL.

Salaries and wages, Philippine Civil Hospital, nineteen hundred and three: Attending Physician and Surgeon, at three thousand dollars per annum; Assistant Attending Physician and Surgeon, at two thousand dollars per annum; house surgeon, at one thousand dollars per annum; one dispensing clerk, class nine; one chief nurse, at one thousand and twenty dollars per annum; one dietist, Class C; ten nurses, Class C; ten ward attendants, Class D; one employee, Class G; three employees, Class I; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; one ambulance driver, at six hundred dollars per annum; one driver, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum; five employees, at one hundred and forty dollars per annum each; eight employees, at one hundred and fifteen dollars per annum each; five employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; four employees, at ninety dollars per annum each, six thousand seven hundred and thirty-five dollars.

Contingent expenses, Philippine Civil Hospital, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including the purchase of drugs, medicines, lighting of hospital, subsistence of patients and employees, coal, wood, rent of buildings and telephones, supplies for hospitals, and other incidental expenses, thirteen thousand six hundred and ninety-nine dollars and fifty cents.

In all, for the Philippine Civil Hospital, twenty thousand four hundred and thirty-four dollars and fifty cents.

CIVIL SANITARIUM, BENGUET.

Salaries and wages, Civil Sanitarium, Benguet, nineteen hundred and three: For salaries and wages for the month of July, as follows: Surgeon, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; one superintendent, class nine; one chief nurse, Class A; two nurses, Class C; two employees, Class D; one employee, Class H; two employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; five employees, at ninety-dollars per annum each; and for the months of August and September as follows: Surgeon, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; one nurse, Class D; one employee, Class D; one employee, Class I; one employee, at forty-five dollars per annum, one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Civil Sanitarium, Benguet, nineteen, hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including the purchase of drugs and medicines, commissary supplies, subsistence, rent of houses at San Fernando do la Union and Naguilian, transportation of supplies, and other incidental expenses, three thousand seven hundred and seventy dollars.

In all, for the Civil Sanitarium, Benguet, five thousand one hundred and twenty dollars.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND POLICE.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.

Salaries and wages, Office of the Secretary of Commerce and Police, nineteen hundred and three: Secretary of Commerce and Police, at ten thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class eight; two thousand nine hundred and seventy-five dollars.

Contingent expenses, Office of the Secretary of Commerce and Police, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, furniture, and other incidental expenses, one hundred and fifty dollars.

In all, for the Office of the Secretary of Commerce and Police, three thousand one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

BUREAU OF POST-OFFICES.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Post-Offices, nineteen hundred and three: Director-General, at six thousand dollars per annum; Assistant Director-General, at three thousand two hundred and fifty dollars per annum; chief of the division of stamps and supplies, class five; one post-office inspector, class five; three post-office inspectors, class six; two clerks, class six; four clerks, class seven; two clerks, class eight; three clerks, class nine; one clerk, class ten; one clerk, Class D; one clerk, Class L; three employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; extra allowance for disbursing officer, at two hundred dollars per annum, nine thousand dollars.

Traveling expenses, Bureau of Post-Offices, nineteen hundred and three: For an allowance of two dollars and fifty cents per day in lieu of actual trawling expenses to post-office inspectors while traveling on official business, and for the actual and necessary traveling expenses of other employees, six hundred dollars.

Mail transportation, Bureau of Post-Offices, nineteen hundred and three: For inland mail transportation, sea transportation of mails, and for transportation of mails through foreign countries, two thousand five hundred dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Post-Offices, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including mail equipment, supplies, part reimbursement to employees of premium on bonds, and other incidental expenses, two thousand five hundred dollars.

Post-Office Service:

Salaries and wages, Post-Office Service, nineteen hundred and three: One postmaster, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one assistant postmaster, class four; one postmaster, class five; four postmasters, class seven; two postmasters, class eight; six postmasters, class nine; seven postmasters, class ten; one superintendent of mails, class five; one superintendent money-order division, class six; one superintendent registry division, class six; one superintendent free-delivery division, class six; five clerks, class seven; sixteen clerks, class eight; twelve clerks, class nine; fifteen clerks, class ten; ten clerks, Class A; one clerk, Class B; one clerk, Class C; four clerks, Class D; three clerks, Class E; eight clerks, Class F; ten clerks, Class G; six clerks, Class H; four clerks, Class I; fourteen employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; twenty clerks in offices outside of Manila, not to exceed an aggregate of six hundred dollars; compensation of postmasters appointed under the provisions of sections three and four of Act Numbered One hundred and eighty-one, not to exceed five thousand dollars; and for the employment of substitutes in places of postmasters and others granted leaves of absence, not to exceed one thousand five hundred dollars, thirty-three thousand dollars.

Contingent expenses, Post-Office Service, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including expenses of stamp agencies in Manila, not to exceed two dollars per month each, rent and lighting of post-offices, furniture, supplies, and other incidental expenses, five thousand five hundred dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Post-Offices, fifty-three thousand one hundred dollars.

SIGNAL SERVICE.

Construction and maintenance of telegraph, telephone, and cable lines, Signal Service, nineteen hundred and three: For purchases and services in connection with the construction and maintenance of telegraph, telephone, and cable lines in the Philippine Archipelago, and for the hire of operators, linemen, messengers, machinists, and cable employees, thirty thousand dollars.

The sum appropriated in Act Numbered Four hundred and fifteen, under the head of "Construction and maintenance of telegraph, telephone, and cable lines, Signal Service, nineteen hundred and two," is hereby made available for disbursement for the same purpose during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three.

BUREAU OF PHILIPPINES CONSTABULARY.

Pay of Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: Three assistant chiefs, at two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; one adjutant, at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; one paymaster, at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; forty-five first-class inspectors, not to exceed an aggregate of fifteen thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; forty-five second-class inspectors, not to exceed an aggregate of eleven thousand eight hundred and twelve dollars and fifty cents; fifty-six third-class inspectors, not to exceed an aggregate of thirteen thousand three hundred dollars; fifty-one fourth-class inspectors, not to exceed an aggregate of ten thousand two hundred dollars; forty sub-inspectors, at four hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; chief of the section of information, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one armorer and gunsmith, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class six; two clerks, class eight; three clerks, class nine; seven clerks, Class A; two clerks, Class C; two detectives, Class F; one teamster, Class D; two clerks, Class G; two clerks, Class H; two clerks, Class I; two employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; two employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; extra compensation, at two hundred dollars per annum each, for forty supply officers; and for pay of enlisted men of all grades and of laborers, not to exceed an aggregate of one hundred and fifty-two thousand dollars; two hundred and eighteen thousand four hundred and eighty-five dollars.

Pay of Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and two: For increase in the salary of one clerk promoted from class nine to class eight, from June first to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two, sixteen dollars and sixty-seven cents.

Clothing, camp, and garrison equipage, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: For cloth, woolens, materials, and manufacture of clothing, equipage, purchase, repair, and preservation of arms, ammunition, and equipment, and for clothing allowance not drawn in kind by enlisted men on discharge, forty-seven thousand dollars.

Barracks and quarters, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: For allowances for offices, guardhouses, and arsenals, repairs to Government buildings and stables, construction and hire of buildings and stables, and for fuel and illuminating supplies, eighteen thousand five hundred dollars.

Transportation, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: For transportation of officers and enlisted men, prisoners, animals, supplies, for the purchase and hire of draft animals, harness, wagons, carts, and so forth, for forage for animals, blacksmiths' tools, forges, and shoeing of animals, for the purchase and hire of horses and horse equipments for mounted service, for veterinary attendance and supplies, for the subsistence of officers and enlisted men while on campaign or traveling under orders, and for expenses in the maintenance of the Constabulary launch, including the salaries and wages of captain and crew, fifty thousand dollars.

Secret-service fund, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: For a contingent fund to be used for secret-service purposes in the discretion of the Chief or Acting Chief, nine thousand dollars.

Commissary stores, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: For the purchase and transportation of commissary stores, fifteen thousand dollars.

The amounts appropriated for the purchase of commissary stores for the Bureau of Philippines Constabulary in Acts Numbered Two hundred and sixty-four, Three hundred and thirty, Three hundred and eighty-nine, and Four hundred and six are hereby made available for the purchase and transportation of commissary stores during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three; and all moneys derived from the sale of the commissary supplies shall revert to the appropriation made or rendered available by this Act, and all deposits in the Treasury by the Bureau of Philippines Constabulary on this account shall be as repayments to said appropriation and so credited on the hooks of the Auditor.

Maintenance of municipal police, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: For pay and expenses in the maintenance of the municipal police during the fiscal years nineteen hundred and two and nineteen hundred and three, five thousand dollars.

Contingent expenses, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including stationery, furniture, office supplies, cablegrams, special messengers, post-office expenses, purchase of periodicals and professional books, medical treatment and medicines for officers and enlisted men, purchase from natives of serviceable rifles, carbines, shotguns, and revolvers, and for per diems of five dollars for the Chief and first assistant chief in lieu of all expenses, except cost of official transportation, and to compensate them for all commutations and allowances from which they are excluded as officers of the Army by reason of their detail for civil duty; cost of transportation herein provided being construed to include subsistence when the same is included in transportation by commercial steamship lines; and for other incidental expenses; twelve thousand dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Philippines Constabulary, three hundred and seventy-five thousand and one dollars and sixty-seven cents.

BUREAU OF PRISONS.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Prisons, nineteen hundred and three: Warden, at three thousand dollars per annum; two assistant wardens, at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum each; one physician, at two thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class eight; seven clerks, class nine; one clerk, Class A; four clerks, Class D; ten clerks, Class I; two chaplains, at three hundred dollars per annum each; five clerks, Class J; one employee, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum; seventeen guards, at nine hundred dollars per annum each; two sergeants, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum each; twenty-eight guards, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; extra allowance for disbursing officer, at two hundred dollars per annum; twelve thousand seven hundred and sixty-five dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Prisons, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including subsistence of prisoners, medicines, and supplies, support of civil prisoners in Lingayen and San Isidro prisons prior to the transference of such prisons In the provinces, to which they belong, including the payment of employees in such prisons, electric lighting, oil, forage for horses, burial of deceased prisoners, reimbursement to prisoners of earnings as hired laborers outside of the prison prior to American occupation, clothing for prisoners, and other incidental expenses, thirty thousand and seventy-four dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Prisons, forty-two thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine dollars.

OFFICE OF THE CAPTAIN OF THE PORT.

Salaries and wages, Office of the Captain of the Port, nineteen hundred and three: Harbormaster, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; inspector of boilers, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars per annum; inspector of hulls, at two thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, class nine; three clerks, Class I; two thousand two hundred and twelve dollars and fifty cents.

Contingent expenses, Office of the Captain of the Port, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including supplies, purchase of testing machines, advertising, and other incidental expenses, four hundred dollars.

In all, for the Office of the Captain of the Port, two thousand six hundred and twelve dollars and fifty cents.

BUREAU OF COAST GUARD AND TRANSPORTATION.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and three: One clerk, class five; one clerk, class six; one clerk, class seven; three clerks, class eight; two clerks, class nine; two clerks, Class A; one storekeeper, Class A; one assistant storekeeper, Class F; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; five employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; extra allowance for disbursing clerk, at two hundred dollars per annum, four thousand and seventy-seven dollars and fifty cents.

Light-House Service, Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and three: For the expenses of the Light-House Service, including construction of light-houses, salaries and wages of keepers, boatmen, messengers, and laborers, supplies, repairs, buoyage, and other incidental expenses, thirty-four thousand dollars.

The construction of light-houses shall be under the direction of the Chief of the Bureau.

Light-House Service, Bureau, of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and three: For the expenses of the Light-House Service, including salaries and wages of keepers, messengers, and laborers, supplies, buoyage, and other incidental expenses during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, six thousand eight hundred dollars.

Launches, Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and three: For expenses in the maintenance of launches and steamers, including salaries and wages of captains, engineers, crews, and laborers, repairs and outfits, rations, coal, oil, and including the purchase of one launch for the Light-House Service and repairs to the same not to exceed forty-one thousand five hundred dollars, local currency, and of one stern-wheel steamer for the Bureau of Philippines Constabulary, not to exceed twenty-eight thousand dollars, local currency, forty-nine thousand and fifteen dollars and eighty cents.

Construction of vessels, Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and three: For contract payments on ten Class A steamers and on five Class B steamers, for changes in specifications, supplies, salaries, and expenses of inspectors supervising the construction of such steamers, for the purchase of spare parts of machinery and for armament, two hundred and fifty thousand one hundred and sixty-nine dollars and twenty cents.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including supplies, advertising, and per diems of three dollars and fifty cents for the superintendent in charge of the construction of lighthouses, and so forth, in lieu of all expenses, except cost of official transportation and subsistence, when the same is included in transportation by commercial steamship lines, and per diems of five dollars each for the Chief of the Bureau, the Superintendent of Light-Houses, Buoys, and so forth, and the superintendent of the division of construction, maintenance, and operation of vessels, in lieu of all expenses, except cost of official transportation, and to compensate them for all commutations and allowances from which they are excluded as officers of the Navy by reason of their detail for civil duty; cost of transportation herein provided being construed to include subsistence when the same is included in transportation by commercial steamship lines, and for other incidental expenses, two thousand one hundred and two dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, three hundred and forty-six thousand one hundred and sixty-four dollars and fifty cents.

BUREAU OF COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, nineteen hundred and three: For salaries and wages, one thousand four hundred dollars.

Expenses of steamers, Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, nineteen hundred and three: For expenses in the maintenance of steamers engaged in survey work, including salaries and wages of officers and crews, rations, supplies, coal, repairs, and other incidental expenses, six thousand two hundred dollars.

Field expenses, Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, nineteen hundred and three: For field expenses, including pay of observers, foremen, recorders in the field, and other incidental expenses, four thousand five hundred dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including, office supplies, stationery, and other incidental expenses, two hundred and fifty dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, twelve thousand three hundred and fifty dollars.

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND JUSTICE.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.

Salaries and wages, Office of the Secretary of Finance and Justice, nineteen hundred, and three: Secretary of Finance and Justice, at ten thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class eight; two thousand nine hundred and seventy-five dollars.

Contingent expenses, Office of the Secretary of Finance and Justice, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, furniture, and other incidental expenses, one hundred and twenty dollars.

In all, for the Office of the Secretary of Finance and Justice, three thousand and ninety-five dollars.

BUREAU OF THE INSULAR TREASURER.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of the Insular Treasurer, nineteen hundred and three: Treasurer, at six thousand dollars per annum; cashier, at three thousand dollars per annum; three clerks, class three; three clerks, class four; two clerks, class five; five clerks, class six; one clerk, class seven; two clerks, class eight; five clerks, class nine; one clerk, at seven hundred and fifty dollars per annum; one clerk, Class C; four clerks, Class D; one clerk, Class H; two clerks, Class I; one clerk, Class J; one employee, at two hundred and ten dollars per annum; extra allowance for disbursing officer, at two hundred dollars per annum, thirteen thousand and thirty-two dollars and fifty cents.

Transportation, Bureau of the Insular Treasurer, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, per diems for deputies and examiners in official travel in connection with the examination of accounts as provided in Act Numbered Three hundred and fifty-eight, and for the transfer of funds to and from the provinces, two thousand dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of the Insular Treasurer, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including payment of premiums on bonds to the Union Surety and Guaranty Company for the fiscal years nineteen hundred and two and nineteen hundred and three, and the rebate of unearned premiums when bonds have been canceled or transferred during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, not to exceed eight thousand dollars; stationery, office supplies, and other incidental expenses, ten thousand dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of the Insular Treasurer, twenty-five thousand and thirty-two dollars and fifty cents.

BUREAU OF THE INSULAR AUDITOR.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of the Insular Auditor, nineteen hundred and three: Auditor, at six thousand dollars per annum; Deputy Auditor, at four thousand dollars per annum; chief clerk, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars per annum; nine clerks class five; eight clerks, class six; five clerks, class seven; nine clerks, class eight; ten clerks, class nine; six clerks, class ten; four clerks, Class A; two clerks, Class B; two clerks, Class C; two clerks, Class D; two clerks, Class B; two clerks, Class P; two clerks, Class I; four employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; extra allowance for disbursing officer, at two hundred dollars per annum, twenty-three thousand six hundred and fifty-two dollars and fifty cents.

Transportation, Bureau of the Insular Auditor, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees and per diems of officers and employees in official travel in connection with the examination of accounts as provided in Act Numbered Three hundred and fifty-eight, one thousand dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of the Insular Auditor, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including stationery, and other incidental expenses, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of the Insular Auditor, twenty-five thousand four hundred and two dollars and fifty cents.

BUREAU OF CUSTOMS AND IMMIGRATION.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Customs and Immigration, nineteen hundred and three: Collector of Customs, at six thousand dollars per annum; Deputy Collector of Customs, at four thousand dollars per annum; two additional deputy collectors of customs, at three thousand dollars per annum each; Surveyor of Customs, at four thousand dollars per annum; Deputy Surveyor of Customs, class two.

Office of the Collector of Customs:

One clerk, class seven; two clerks, class eight.

Office of the Deputy Collector of Customs:

One clerk, class seven; one clerk, class nine.

Office of the Surveyor of Customs:

One admeasurer, class three; one clerk, class seven; one clerk, class eight; three clerks, Class F.

Division of insular customs accounts:

Disbursing officer, class five; one clerk, class nine; one clerk, class ten; one clerk, Class H; three clerks, Class J; one employee, at ninety dollars per annum.

Correspondence division:

One clerk, class six; three clerks, class seven; three clerks, class eight; three clerks, class nine; five clerks, Class A; one clerk, Class C; one clerk, Class F; two employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; two employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Board of protests and appeals:

One clerk, class four; two clerks, class nine.

Cashier's division:

Cashier, class one; assistant cashier, class five; one-teller, class ten; one clerk, class ten; three clerks, Class A; three clerks, Class F; two employees, at ninety dollars per annum each.

Appraiser's division:

Appraiser of textiles, class three; three appraisers, class five; four examiners, class seven; four examiners, class eight; twelve examiners, class nine; twenty examiners, class ten; nine employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; two employees, at ninety dollars per annum each.

Importation, exportation, and navigation division:

Chief of division, class five; one clerk, class seven; one liquidator, class eight; one clerk, class eight; two clerks, class nine; three clerks, class ten; two clerks, Class A; two clerks, Class D; three clerks, Class I; two employees, at ninety dollars per annum each.

Liquidation division:

Chief of division, class five; one clerk, class eight; two liquidators, class nine; two liquidators, class ten; one liquidator, Class A; two liquidators, Class D; two liquidators, Class F; two employees, at ninety dollars per annum each.

Inspector's division:

Chief of division, class five; one clerk, class seven; two inspectors, class eight; two inspectors, class nine; two inspectors, class ten; twenty-six inspectors, Class A; four weighers, Class F; twenty guards, Class I; twelve weighers, Class J; sixty guards, Class J.

General order stores and bonded warehouse division:

Chief of division, class six; one clerk, class seven; one clerk, class ten; seventeen storekeepers, Class A; two clerks, Class A; seven clerks, Class I; fifteen clerks, Class J; twenty-five employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; seventeen employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; two employees, at ninety dollars per annum each.

Consular and statistical division:

Chief of division, class five; one clerk, class-seven; two clerks, class nine; four clerks, class ten; six clerks, Class A; two clerks, Class F; four clerks, Class J; one employee, at ninety dollars per annum.

Immigration division:

Chief of division, class five; one clerk, class seven; one immigration inspector, class eight; two immigration inspectors, class nine; one Chinese interpreter, Class D; one employee, Class J; two employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; one employee, at ninety dollars per annum.

Passenger and baggage division:

Chief of division, class six; one clerk, class eight; two baggage inspectors, class ten; two baggage inspectors, Class A; one interpreter, Class D; four employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Harbor launch division:

Chief of division, class six; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, class nine; two launch inspectors, Class A; one patron, Class D; three launch inspectors, Class J; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; six employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; ten employees, Class F; two employees, Class I; eleven employees, at two hundred dollars per annum each; twenty employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Division of special agents:

One special agent, class three; two special agents, class four; one special agent, class six; one special agent, at ten dollars per day; salaries and expenses of secret agents, not to exceed five hundred dollars per month.

Superintendent of buildings:

One superintendent, Class A; two night watchmen, Class C; one janitor, Class I; fourteen employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Iloilo custom-house:

Collector of customs, at four thousand dollars per annum; deputy collector of customs, class four; surveyor of customs, class six; one clerk, class six; one appraiser of merchandise, class seven; two clerks, class eight; one clerk, class nine; one clerk, class ten; four clerks, Class A; three inspectors, Class A; three clerks, Class D; one inspector, Class F; one engineer, Class F; one harbor policeman, Class G; one engineer, Class H; four employees, Class I; fifteen employees, Class J; three employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; two employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; two employees, at one hundred and thirty-five dollars per annum each; one employee, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum; two employees, at one hundred and eight dollars per annum each; two employees, at ninety dollars per annum each.

Cebu custom-house:

Collector of customs, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; deputy collector of customs, class five; surveyor of customs, class six; one clerk, class six; one appraiser of merchandise, class seven; one clerk, class eight; one examiner, class eight; one inspector, class ten; one inspector, Class A; two clerks, Class A; one clerk, Class D; one clerk, Class F; two employees, Class G; three employees, Class H; eighteen employees, Class J; three employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; two employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; emergency employees, not to exceed an aggregate of ten dollars per month.

Jolo custom-house:

Collector of customs, class three; one examiner, class eight; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, class nine; one clerk, Class D; one clerk, Class I; six employees, Class J; two employees, at ninety dollars per annum each; one employee, at seventy-two dollars per annum.

Zamboanga custom-house:

Collector of customs, class five; one examiner, class eight; one clerk, class nine; one clerk, Class A; one clerk, Class I; five guards, Class J; two employees, at ninety dollars per annum each; four employees, at seventy-two dollars per annum each.

Aparri custom-house:

One acting collector of customs, class six; one clerk, Class D; four employees, at seventy-two dollars per annum each.

Interior ports:

Twenty coast district inspectors, class eight; ten deputy coast district inspectors, Class A; twenty-five clerks, Class I; allowance to eighty presidents performing duties as inspectors of customs, not to exceed one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; salaries and wages of boat crews, not to exceed one thousand one hundred dollars.

Total for salaries and wages, one hundred and thirteen thousand eight hundred and eighty-one dollars.

Transportation, Bureau of Customs and Immigration, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees and the transportation of supplies, two thousand and forty-seven dollars and fifty cents.

Revenue launches, Bureau of Customs and Immigration, nineteen hundred and three: For the maintenance and expenses of launches and revenue cutters, including salaries and wages of officers and crews, supplies, fuel, and repairs for the same, twenty-one thousand and sixty-six dollars and twenty cents.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Customs and Immigration, nineteen, hundred and three: For contingent expenses throughout the Archipelago, including stationery, office supplies, cart and coolie hire, rent of custom-houses, repairs to boathouses, boarding boats, and for the payment of awards to informers under the provisions of section three hundred and forty-eight of Act Numbered Three hundred and fifty-five, ten thousand five hundred and three dollars and eleven cents.

The Collector of Customs for the Philippine Archipelago is hereby authorized to pay the salaries during the fourth quarter of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, of the crews of three customs launches purchased in Hongkong out of funds appropriated for "Salaries and wages, Bureau of Customs and Immigration, nineteen hundred and two"; and he is further authorized to pay the expenses of transportation of the crews of the above launches from Manila to Hongkong during the same period from "Contingent expenses, Bureau of Customs and Immigration, nineteen hundred and two."

In all, for the Bureau of Customs and Immigration, one hundred and forty-seven thousand four hundred and ninety-seven dollars and eighty-one cents.

BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Internal Revenue, nineteen hundred and three: For salaries and wages, five hundred and eighty-seven dollars and seventy-five cents.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Internal Revenue, nineteen hundred and two: For salaries and wages for the second and fourth quarters of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, eight hundred and thirty-four dollars and fifty cents.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Internal Revenue, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including rents, office supplies, furniture, and other incidental expenses, one hundred and twenty-six dollars and twenty-five cents.

In all, for the Bureau of Internal Revenue, one thousand five hundred and forty-eight dollars and fifty cents.

BUREAU OF THE INSULAR COLD STORAGE AND ICE PLANT.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of the Insular Cold Storage and Ice Plant, nineteen hundred and three:

Office force and sales department:

One clerk, class five; two clerks, class six; two clerks, class seven; four clerks, class eight; one clerk, class nine; two clerks, Class B; three clerks, Class C; two clerks, Class D; two clerks, Class F; two clerks, Class H; two clerks, Class I; extra allowance for disbursing clerk, at two hundred dollars per annum.

Engineering and manufacturing, cold-storage department:

One chief engineer, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; one assistant engineer, class five; one assistant engineer, class six; one assistant engineer, class seven; one electrician, class seven; one machinist, class seven; one overseer, cold storage, class nine; one assistant overseer, cold storage, class ten; one oiler, class ten; one fireman, class ten; one assistant machinist, class ten; two firemen, at nine hundred and sixty dollars per annum each; one oiler, Class A; one assistant machinist, Class A; one pipe fitter, Class A; one oiler, Class B; one fireman, Class B; one oiler, at seven hundred and eighty dollars per annum; one electrician, Class C; one elevator man, Class F; one assistant machinist, Class G; one elevator man, Class H; four wipers, Class J; four coal passers and assistant firemen, Class J; one elevator man, Class J; one assistant overseer, cold storage, Class J; three ice tank and storage men, Class J; four wipers, at two hundred and four dollars per annum each; four coal passers and assistant firemen, at two hundred and four dollars per annum each; fourteen laborers, at one hundred and ninety-two dollars per annum each; six wipers, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; four coal passers and assistant firemen, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; eighteen ice tank and storage men, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each.

Land-transportation department:

One overseer, class nine; one blacksmith, class nine; one wheelwright, class ten; one teamster, Class A; one teamster, Class B; ten teamsters, at seven hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; four teamsters, Class C; one saddler, Class D; one blacksmith's helper, Class H; one blacksmith's helper, Class J; twenty stablemen, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each.

Maintenance and care of buildings and grounds:

One house carpenter, class nine; one storekeeper, at one thousand and fifty dollars per annum; one assistant house carpenter, class ten; two overseers, class ten; four watchmen, at seven hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; two watchmen, Class C; one house painter, Class D; two carpenters, Class F; two laborers, Class H; two painters, Class I; four laborers, Class J; two assistant overseers, Class J; one assistant storekeeper, at two hundred and sixteen dollars per annum; six laborers, at two hundred and sixteen dollars per annum each; ten laborers, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; two store boys, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each.

Total for salaries and wages, twenty-four thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars and fifty cents.

Salaries and wages, Insular Cold Storage and Ice Plant, nineteen hundred and two: For extra allowance for disbursing officer, at two hundred dollars per annum, from January first to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two, one hundred dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of the Insular Cold Storage and Ice Plant, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, coal, forage, expenses in the care and maintenance of buildings, machinery, electrical supplies, land transportation, commutation of quarters at twenty-four dollars per month for the chief engineer, per diems of five dollars for the officer in charge of the Insular Cold Storage and Ice Plant in lieu of all expenses, except cost of official transportation, and to compensate him for all commutations and allowances from which he is excluded as an officer of the Army by reason of his detail for civil duty; cost of transportation herein provided being construed to include subsistence when the same is included in transportation by commercial steamship lines; and for other incidental expenses, fifty-three thousand nine hundred and twenty-eight dollars and sixty-eight cents.

The payment of commutation of quarters to the chief engineer at twenty-four dollars per month from June twenty-third, nineteen hundred and one, to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two, is hereby authorized, out of any funds appropriated for the Insular Cold Storage and Ice Plant for the periods mentioned.

Section five of Act Numbered Three hundred and fifteen is amended so as to read as follows: "The cashier shall receive and is authorized to give receipts for all moneys as collected and paid in for cold storage, ice, or distilled water, or other products of the plant, and make weekly deposit of them with the Insular Treasurer, to the credit of the Superintendent of the plant."

In all, for the Bureau of the Insular Cold Storage and Ice Plant, seventy-eight thousand eight hundred and forty-nine dollars and eighteen cents.

BUREAU OF JUSTICE.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Justice, nineteen hundred and three:

Supreme Court:

Chief Justice, at seven thousand five hundred dollars per annum; six associate justices, at seven thousand dollars per annum each; one clerk of the court, at three thousand dollars per annum; two deputy clerks, at two thousand dollars per annum each; one reporter, at one thousand dollars per annum; one employee, class six; two employees, class seven; one employee, class nine; two employees, Class E; five employees, Class H; six employees, Class J; five employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each.

Court of First Instance, Manila:

Three judges, at five thousand five hundred dollars per annum each; one clerk, at two thousand dollars per annum; two assistant clerks, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum each; one deputy clerk, at nine hundred dollars per annum; four employees, class seven; two employees, class eight; two employees, class nine; seven employees, Class H; five employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; Chinese and Japanese interpreters, not to exceed an aggregate of sixty dollars.

Courts of First Instance, First District:

One judge, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Ilocos Norte, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Cagayan, at eight hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Isabela, at seven hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Nueva Vizcaya, at four hundred dollars per annum; one employee, class nine; one employee, Class D; four employees, Class J; four employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Second District:

One judge, at three thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Ilocos Sur, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Abra, at seven hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Lepanto-Bontoc, at five hundred dollars per annum; one assistant clerk, at four hundred and eighty dollars per annum; one employee, Class D; one employee, at four hundred and fifty dollars per annum; six employees, Class J; four employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Third District:

One judge, at five thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Union and Benguet, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Pangasinan, at one thousand one hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Zambales, at eight hundred dollars per annum; one assistant clerk, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum; one employee, class eight; one employee, class nine; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; one employee, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum.

Courts of First Instance, Fourth District:

One judge, at four thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Tarlac, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Pampanga, at one thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Nueva Ecija, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one deputy clerk, Pampanga, at three hundred dollars per annum; one employee, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one employee, Class D; two employees, Class J; four employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; three employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Fifth District:

One judge, at four thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Bulacan, at one thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Bataan, at eight hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Rizal, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one employee, Class G; one employee, Class J; five employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; three employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Sixth District:

One judge, at four thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Laguna, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Cavite, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Tayabas, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one deputy clerk, Tayabas, at five hundred dollars per annum; one assistant clerk, Laguna, at six hundred dollars per annum; one employee, Class C; one employee, Class F; one employee, Class H; one employee, Class I; five employees, Class J; four employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Seventh District:

One judge, at four thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Batangas, at one thousand one hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Marinduque, at seven hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Mindoro, at eight hundred dollars per annum; one employee, Class D; two employees, Class J; one employee, at one hundred and eightv dollars per annum; four employees, at one; hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Eighth District:

One judge, at four thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Sorsogon, at eight hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Ambos, Camarines, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Masbate, at four hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Albay and Catanduanes, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one employee, class nine; three employees, Class J; two employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; two employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; one employee, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum.

Courts of First instance, Ninth District:

One judge, at five thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Romblon, at five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Capiz, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Iloilo, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one employee, class ten; one employee, Class D; two employees, Class J; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; three employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; five employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; two employees, at ninety dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Tenth District:

One judge, at four thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Antique, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Occidental Negros, at one thousand one hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Oriental Negros, at eight hundred dollars per annum; one employee, Class D; two employees, Class J; three employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; one employee, at one hundred and forty-four dollars per annum; one employee, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum; one employee, at ninety dollars per annum.

Courts of First Instance, Eleventh District:

One judge, at five thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Cebu, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Bohol, at one thousand dollars per annum; one deputy clerk, Cebu (Barili), at six hundred dollars per annum; one employee, Class C; one employee, Class D; two employees, Class H; three employees, Class J; one employee, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum; two employees, at sixty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First District, Twelfth District:

One judge, at four thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Samar, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Leyte, at one thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Surigao, at eight hundred dollars per annum; one deputy clerk, Leyte (Maasin), at Five hundred dollars per annum; one employee, Class D; four employees. Class J; four employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Thirteenth District:

One judge, at three thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Misamis, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Zamboanga, and so forth, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; five deputy clerks for the district, at two hundred dollars per annum each; one fiscal, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; six employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Fourteenth District:

One judge, at three thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, at nine hundred dollars per annum; four deputy clerks, at two hundred dollars per annum each; one fiscal, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum.

Special court for the Island of Negros for the months of July and August:  
      
One judge, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, at one thousand dollars per annum; one employee, class nine; one emplovee, Class D; three employees, Class J; two employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; one employee, at one hundred and forty-four dollars per annum; one employee, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum.

Court of Customs Appeals:

One judge, at four thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one employee, class six; one employee, class seven; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum.

Office of the Attorney-General:

Attorney-General, at seven thousand dollars per annum; Solicitor-General, at five thousand five hundred dollars per annum; Assistant Attorney-General, at four thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one assistant lawyer, at three thousand dollars per annum; one assistant lawyer, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; two assistant lawyers, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum each; one supervisor of fiscals, at four thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; one disbursing officer, class five; one employee, class five; one employee, class seven; four employees, class eight; one employee, class nine; one employee, Class F; two employees, Class G; one employee, Class J; one employee, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum.

Total for salaries and wages, seventy-four thousand seven hundred and sixty-five dollars.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Justice, nineteen hundred and two:

Court of First Instance, Manila:

One judge, at five thousand five hundred dollars per annum, from March first to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two.

Courts of First Instance, Second District:

For the salary of Doroteo Alviar while acting as clerk of the Court of First Instance in the Province of Ilocos Sur, from July first to August sixth, nineteen hundred and one, inclusive, at one hundred and twenty dollars, local currency, per month.

Courts of First Instance, Fourth District:

One deputy clerk, Pampanga, at three hundred dollars per annum, from June first to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two; one employee, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum, from June first to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two.

Special court for the Island of Negros:

Increase in the salary of the clerk from eight hundred dollars per annum to one thousand dollars per annum, from January first to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two.

Total for salaries and wages for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, two thousand and forty dollars.

Transportation, Bureau of Justice, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary navel ing expenses of judges, employees of tile courts, and of the olliee of the Attorney-General, two thousand five hundred dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Justice, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including sheriffs' fees, rent of buildings occupied as court rooms in unorganized territory, supplies, indexing archives of the Supreme Court, not to exceed four thousand eight hundred dollars, local currency, per diem allowances of four dollars to judges of the Courts of First Instance while absent from their districts on duty in Manila, and of one dollar and fifty cents per day each for the judges, clerks, and fiscals of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Judicial Districts, under the provisions of Act Numbered Three hundred, and of two dollars per day for Lieutenant Grant T. Trent while on detail with the Bureau of Justice, in lieu of all expenses, except cost of official transportation, and to compensate him for all commutations and allowances from which he is excluded as an officer of the Army by reason of his detail for civil duty; cost of transportation herein provided for being construed to include subsistence when the same is included in transportation by commercial steamship lines; and for other incidental expenses, seven thousand two hundred and eighty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Justice, nineteen hundred and two: For per diems of four dollars and seventy-five cents for J. J. Gilmore while acting as interpreter for the acting supervisor of fiseals in the Province of Tayahas, said amount to include salary and all expenses, except cost of official transportation, and for the traveling expenses of 15. S. Ambler, judge of the Court of First Instance, Manila, for himself and family from Salem, Ohio, to Manila, seven hundred and twenty-seven dollars and fifty cents.

In all, for the Bureau of Justice, eighty-seven thousand three hundred and twelve dollars and fifty cents.

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.

Salaries and wages, Office of the Secretary of Public Instruction, nineteen hundred and three: Secretary of Public Instruction, at ten thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class eight; two thousand nine hundred and seventy-five dollars.

Contingent expenses, Office of the Secretary of Public Instruction, nineteen hundred and three: Contingent expenses, including office supplies, furniture, and other incidental expenses, one hundred and twenty dollars.

In all, for the Office of the Secretary of Public Instruction, three thousand and ninety-five dollars.

BUREAU OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Public Instruction, nineteen hundred and three: General Superintendent, at six thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, class four; two clerks, class five; three clerks, class seven; five clerks, class eight; six clerks, class nine; four clerks, class ten; one clerk, Class A; four employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; eight employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; wages of laborers handling supplies, not to exceed five hundred dollars; eighteen division superintendents, not to exceed an aggregate of eleven thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; nine hundred elementary teachers, not to exceed an aggregate of two hundred and seventy thousand dollars; forty secondary teachers, not to exceed an aggregate of sixteen thousand dollars; night-school teachers, at one dollar and fifty cents per night; teachers and employees in the Nautical School, as follows: One instructor, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; three instructors, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum each; one instructor, at six hundred, and fifty dollars per annum; one instructor, at six hundred dollars per annum; one instructor, at five hundred dollars per annum; one employee, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum; two employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; one principal, Normal School, Manila, at three thousand dollars per annum; one special teacher in the Normal School, Manila, at two thousand dollars per annum; one principal of the Trade School, Manila, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; one special teacher in the Trade School, Manila, at two thousand dollars per annum; one superintendent of the Agricultural School, Negros, at three thousand dollars per annum; one special teacher in the Agricultural School, Negros, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum; total for salaries and wages, three hundred and twelve thousand five hundred and seventy dollars.

The General Superintendent of Public Instruction is hereby authorized to pay, out of any funds appropriated for salaries of teachers under Acts Numbered Three hundred and thirty and Three hundred and eighty-nine, the salaries of teachers during the first and second quarters of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, not exceeding five thousand five hundred dollars, and the salaries of the following employees during the third and fourth quarters of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two:

Normal School, in Manila: Principal, at three thousand dollars per annum; special teacher, at two thousand dollars per annum.

Trade School, in Manila: Principal, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; special teacher, at two thousand dollars per annum.

Agricultural School, Negros: Superintendent, at three thousand dollars per annum; special teacher, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum.

Transportation, Bureau of Public Instruction, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of the General Superintendent, division superintendents, employees of the Bureau, and of teachers from the United States to their stations, five thousand dollars.

Transportation, Bureau of Public Instruction, nineteen hundred and one: For actual and necessary traveling expenses of the General Superintendent, division superintendents, and employees of the Bureau, and teachers from the United States to their station, during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and one, two hundred dollars.

School furniture and supplies, Bureau of Public Instruction, nineteen hundred and three: For school furniture, schoolbooks, and supplies, including transportation, expenses of storage and packing, and shipment of the same, twenty-five thousand dollars.

School furniture and supplies, Bureau of Public Instruction, nineteen hundred and one: For school furniture, schoolbooks, and supplies, including transportation of the same, during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and one, five hundred dollars.

School furniture and supplies, Bureau of Public Instruction, nineteen hundred and two: For school furniture, schoolbooks, and supplies, including transportation and storage of the same during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, the funds having already been appropriated for this purpose, but having been erroneously turned back into the Treasury and rendered unavailable for withdrawal, one hundred and sixteen thousand six hundred and eighty-six dollars and fifty-seven cents.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Public Instruction, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including the salaries and expenses of the Superior Advisory Board, office supplies, stationery for the General Superintendent and division superintendents, not to exceed one thousand dollars, rent of buildings and storehouses, maintenance of pupils at Industrial School, Benguet, per diems of five dollars for the officer in charge of the Nautical School in lieu of all expenses, except cost of official transportation, and to compensate him for all commutations and allowances from which he is excluded as an officer of the Navy by reason of his detail for civil duty; cost of transportation herein provided being construed to include subsistence when the same is included in transportation by commercial steamship lines; and for other incidental expenses, three thousand three hundred and fifty dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Public Instruction, four hundred and sixty-three thousand three hundred and six dollars and fifty-seven cents.

The detail or assignment of any teacher to perform clerical duties in any branch or division of the Bureau of Public Instruction is hereby prohibited.

No night school shall be maintained either in the city of Manila or elsewhere at the public expense in which the average attendance is not at least twenty-five pupils over the age of fourteen years.

BUREAU OF PUBLIC PRINTING.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Public Printing, nineteen hundred and three: Public Printer, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class four; four clerks, class five; four clerks, class six; five clerks, class seven; one clerk, class eight; two clerks, class nine; two watchmen, Class D; two employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; and for temporary, clerical, technical, and professional employees, skilled and unskilled laborers, and carpenters, masons, and so forth, not to exceed twenty-four thousand one hundred and nine dollars; and for contingent work, night work, and overtime pay, not to exceed five thousand dollars, thirty-seven thousand six hundred and seventy-one dollars and fifty cents.

Transportation, Bureau of Public Printing, nineteen hundred and three: For lighterage and land transportation of material and supplies from the United States, and transfer of supplies now in rented warehouses to main building, two thousand dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Public Printing, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including material, supplies, rents, repairs to machinery, stationery, furniture, office equipment, and hire of vehicles for employees on official business when such vehicles can not be provided by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed one hundred and fifty dollars, and for other incidental expenses, twenty-two thousand seven hundred and twelve dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Public Printing, sixty-two thousand three hundred and eighty-three dollars and fifty cents.

The following Bureaus are authorized to order from the Bureau of Public Printing such printing and binding as may be approved by the Civil Governor or by the head of the Executive Department to which they respectively belong, not exceeding in cost the amounts set opposite the names of the respective Bureaus:

United States Philippine Commission, three thousand dollars.
Executive Bureau, five hundred dollars.
Philippine Civil Service Board, two hundred dollars.
Bureau of the Insular Purchasing Agent, one thousand dollars.
Board of Health for the Philippines, two thousand five hundred dollars.
Quarantine Service, two hundred dollars.
Forestry Bureau, four hundred and fifty dollars.
Mining Bureau, two hundred and fifty dollars.
Philippine Weather Bureau, one thousand dollars.
Bureau of Public Lands, twenty-five dollars.
Bureau of Agriculture, three hundred dollars.
Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes, fifty dollars.
Bureau of Government Laboratories, five hundred dollars.
Philippine Civil Hospital, seventy-five dollars.
Bureau of Post-Offices, one thousand five hundred dollars.
Signal Service, three hundred dollars.
Philippines Constabulary, three thousand dollars.
Bureau of Prisons, one hundred dollars.
Office of the Captain of the Port, two hundred dollars.
Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, two hundred dollars.
Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, two hundred and fifty dollars.
Bureau of the Insular Treasurer, eighteen thousand dollars.
Bureau of the Insular Auditor, seven hundred and fifty dollars.
Bureau of Customs and Immigration, four thousand five hundred dollars.
Bureau of Internal Revenue, five hundred and twenty dollars.
Bureau of Justice, three hundred dollars.
Insular Cold Storage and Ice Plant, eight hundred dollars.
Bureau of Public Instruction, two hundred and fifty dollars.
Bureau of Architecture and Construction of Public Buildings, one hundred and fifty dollars.
Bureau of Archives, one hundred dollars.
Bureau of Statistics, one hundred and fifty dollars.
Philippine Museum, forty dollars.
City of Manila, three thousand six hundred and fifty dollars.

BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Architecture and Construction of Public Buildings, nineteen hundred and three: Chief of Bureau, at four thousand dollars per annum; superintendent of construction, class six; two clerks, class seven; five clerks, class eight; three clerks, class nine; two clerks, Class G; three clerks, Class H; one employee, at two hundred and ten dollars per annum; one employee, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum; five thousand four hundred and seventy dollars.

Transportation, Bureau of Architecture and Construction of Public Buildings, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees and for the hire of vehicles on official business in Manila when the same can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, one hundred and fifty dollars.

Maintenance of public buildings, Bureau of Architecture and Construction of Public Buildings, nineteen hundred and three: For maintenance, repairs, and construction of the following public buildings, not exceeding in cost the amounts set opposite the names of the respective buildings:

Government Laboratory, ten thousand two hundred dollars.
Treasury vaults, sixteen thousand four hundred dollars.
Central Exposition Building, four thousand dollars.
Building for the Insular Cold Storage and Ice Plant, thirteen thousand eight hundred dollars.
Custom-house, seventy-eight thousand one hundred and one dollars and thirty-two cents.
Casemates in the city wall for the Constabulary and buildings for the Constabulary, two thousand one hundred dollars.
Buildings for the Bureau of Agriculture, one thousand four hundred and fifty dollars.
Semaphore signal station for Captain of the Port, eight hundred dollars.
Repairs to furniture and buildings, Malacañan Palace, one thousand one hundred and fifty dollars.
Storeroom and offices for the Bureau of Architecture and Construction of Public Buildings, eight thousand dollars.
Storehouse and testing rooms, for Forestry Bureau, three hundred dollars.
Shed for warehouse for Insular Purchasing Agent, four hundred dollars.
Extension to Sanitarium at Benguet, including construction of roads and dam, four thousand five hundred dollars.
Storehouse for Bureau of Public Instruction, one hundred dollars.
Philippine Civil Hospital, one thousand one hundred dollars.
Intendencia Building, one hundred and thirty dollars.
Buildings for Board of Health, two thousand five hundred and twenty-five dollars.
Building supplies and skilled and unskilled laborers for small jobs, twenty-seven thousand dollars.

In all, for maintenance, repairs, and construction of public buildings, one hundred and seventy-two thousand and fifty-six dollars and thirty-two cents.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Architecture and Construction of Public Buildings, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, books, drawing instruments, advertising, and other incidental expenses, one thousand and fifty dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Architecture and Construction of Public Buildings, one hundred and seventy-eight thousand seven hundred and twenty-six dollars and thirty-two cents.

BUREAU OF ARCHIVES.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Archives, nineteen hundred and three: Chief of Bureau, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class seven; two clerks, class nine; two clerks, Class F; two clerks, Class H; one clerk, Class I; three clerks, Class J; two employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each, two thousand three hundred and seventy-five dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Archives, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including furniture, office supplies, and other incidental expenses, one hundred dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Archives, two thousand four hundred and seventy-five dollars.

BUREAU OF STATISTICS.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Statistics, nineteen hundred and three: One clerk, class eight; one employee, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum, three hundred and eighty-seven dollars and fifty cents.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Statistics, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including furniture, office supplies, and other incidental expenses, two hundred dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Statistics, five hundred and eighty-seven dollars and fifty cents.

PHILIPPINE MUSEUM.

Salaries and wages, Philippine Museum, nineteen hundred and three: One clerk, class eight, three hundred and fifty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Philippine Museum, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including expense of collecting objects illustrating the ethnology, natural history, and commerce of the Philippine Islands, caring for and preserving these objects, and other incidental expenses, one thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars.

In all, for the Philippine Museum, two thousand three hundred and ten dollars.

AMERICAN CIRCULATING LIBRARY OF MANILA.

Salaries and wages, American Circulating Library of Manila, nineteen hundred, and three: Librarian, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum, three hundred dollars.

Contingent expenses, American Circulating Library of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: For rent of library building, at one hundred dollars per month, three hundred dollars.

In all, for the American Circulating Library of Manila, six hundred dollars.

SUPERINTENDENT OF THE INTENDENCIA BUILDING.

Salaries and wages, superintendent of the Intendencia Building, nineteen hundred and three: Superintendent, at two hundred and fifty dollars per annum; one employee, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum; six laborers, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, two hundred and eighty dollars.

Contingent expenses, superintendent of the Intendencia Building, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including purchase of supplies, additional electric installation, and other incidental expenses, four hundred and fifty-five dollars.

In all, for the superintendent of the Intendencia Building, seven hundred and thirty-five dollars.

DISTRICT COMMANDER, ISABELA DE BASILAN.

Salaries and wages, district commander, Isabela de Basilan, nineteen hundred and three: One clerk, Class D; one clerk, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; one launch captain, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one boatswain and one chief engineer, at four hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; one assistant engineer, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum; one quartermaster, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum; three firemen, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; four sailors, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, one thousand one hundred and seventeen dollars and fifty cents.

Contingent expenses, district commander, Isabela da Basilan, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including rations of captain and crew of the launch Basilan, rent, repairs, supplies, coal for launch Basilan, repairs to bridge between Isabela and Tabuc, not to exceed one thousand dollars, and other incidental expenses, one thousand nine hundred and forty-six dollars and fifty cents.

In all, for the district commander, Isabela de Basilan, three thousand and sixty-four dollars.

DISTRICT COMMANDER, POLLOK, MINDANAO.

Salaries and wages, district commander, Pollok, Mindanao, nineteen hundred and three: One clerk, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; one medical officer, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; one teacher, at one hundred and eight dollars per annum; one teacher, at ninety dollars per annum, one hundred and thirty-nine dollars and fifty cents.

Contingent expenses, district commander, Pollok, Mindanao, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including lighting of offices, subsistence of prisoners, and other incidental expenses, seventy-eight dollars.

In all, for the district commander of Pollok, Mindanao, two hundred and seventeen dollars and fifty cents.

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF BENGUET.

For salaries and wages and for general provincial expenses, including the repair of the road from Naguilian to Baguio, not to exceed seven hundred and fifty dollars, two thousand five hundred and thirteen dollars and fifty cents.

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF LEPANTO-BONTOC.

For salaries and wages authorized by Act Numbered Four hundred and ten organizing the provincial government of Lepanto-Bontoc, and for general provincial expenses, two thousand five hundred dollars.

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF NUEVA VIZCAYA.

For salaries and wages authorized by Acts Numbered Three hundred and thirty-seven and Three hundred and eighty-eight and for general provincial expenses, one thousand eight hundred dollars.

CHIEF QUARTERMASTER, DIVISION OF THE PHILIPPINES.

Pay of interpreters, Chief Quartermaster, Division of the Philippines, nineteen hundred and three: For the pay of interpreters in unorganized territory on civil business, one thousand nine hundred and forty-five dollars.

Contingent expenses, Chief Quartermaster, Division of the Philippines, nineteen hundred and three: For subsidies authorized by the Bates treaty, at four hundred and twelve, dollars and fifty cents per month, salary of the United States representative at Gagayan de Jolo, at thirty-two dollars and fifty cents per month, construction of wharf at Iligan, not to exceed four thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars, repairing wharf at Siassi, not to exceed four hundred dollars, repairing schoolhouse at Puerta Princesa, not to exceed two hundred and seventy dollars and seventy-five cents, construction of wharves at Jolo and Parang-Parang, including the hire of draftsmen, divers, and other incidental expenses in the above work, not to exceed twenty thousand five hundred dollars, local currency, fifteen thousand seven hundred and fifty-five dollars.

The amount appropriated in Act Numbered Three hundred and eleven, under the head of "Contingent expenses, Chief Quartermaster, Division of the Philippines, nineteen hundred and two," is hereby made available for the construction and repair of the roads mentioned in that appropriation and of the roads mentioned in Acts Numbered Three hundred and eighty-nine and Four hundred and fifteen amending such appropriation, during the fiscal year nineteen hundred, and three.

In all, for the Chief Quartermaster, Division of the Philippines, seventeen thousand seven hundred dollars.

MISCELLANEOUS.

The following sums, or so much thereof as may be found to he due on settlement of the respective claims by the Auditor, are hereby appropriated for the purposes specified:

For Prudencia Garcia, governor of Surigao, for compensation at the rate of one hundred dollars, local currency, per month, for services rendered at Surigao under the direction of the military authorities, from February nineteenth, nineteen hundred and one, to May fifteenth, nineteen hundred and one, one hundred and thirty dollars.

Insular salary and expense fund, nineteen hundred and three: For the payment of salaries and expenses of civil officials which are properly chargeable to insular funds and not otherwise specifically provided for, including half salary and traveling expenses of employees from the United States to Manila, five thousand dollars.

Insular salary and expense fund, nineteen hundred and two: For the payment of salaries and expenses of civil officials which are properly chargeable to insular funds and not otherwise specifically provided for including half salary and traveling expenses of employees from the United States to Manila during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, five thousand dollars.

The provisions of section one (b) of Act Numbered Three hundred and thirty-eight are hereby made retroactive in effect so as to entitle all employees who entered the Philippine civil service after January twenty-sixth, nineteen hundred and one to the reimbursement therein provided, and the appropriation last above named is hereby made available for the payment of such reimbursement.

There is hereby appropriated, out of any funds in the Insular Treasury not otherwise appropriated, a sum sufficient for the payment of claims for refunds on coal imported into the Philippine Islands used for fuel on board of steam vessels in accordance with the provisions of section two hundred and twenty-four of Act Numbered Three hundred and fifty-five.

CITY OF MANILA.

Salaries and wages, Municipal Board, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: Three members, at four thousand five hundred dollars per annum each; one secretary, at three thousand dollars per annum; one disbursing officer, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; two clerks, class six; four clerks, class seven; one clerk, class eight; five clerks, class nine; one clerk, class ten; two clerks, Class A; four employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; secretary of the Advisory Board, at one thousand four hundred dollars per annum; fees of the Advisory Board, not to exceed three hundred and thirty dollars, ten thousand six hundred dollars.

Salaries and wages, Municipal Board, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and two: For the salary of the acting secretary of the Advisory Board from August twelfth to September sixth, nineteen hundred and one, at one thousand four hundred dollars per annum, ninety-seven dollars and twenty-two cents.

Contingent expenses, Municipal Board, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, stationery, coolie hire, care of civil prisoners, music for the Luneta, and for the hire of vehicles on official business in the city of Manila when such vehicles can not bo furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed twenty dollars, tun thousand four hundred and twenty dollars.

Salaries and wages, Department of Engineering and Public Works, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: Assistant city engineer, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; superintendent of streets, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; superintendent of buildings and illumination, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; two second assistant engineers, class six; one assistant superintendent of streets, class six; one chief engineer at pumping station, class six; one chief inspector of streets, class six; one employee, class six; two employees, class seven; five employees, class eight; fourteen employees, class nine; two employees, class ten; four employees, Class A; five employees, Class C; twelve employees, Class D; one employee, Class E; two employees, Class F; one employee, Class G; five employees, Class H; sixteen employees, Class I; four employees, Class J; one employee, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum; emergency employees for completing survey work, as follows: Two employees, class eight; five employees, Class G; six employees, Class I; unclassified employees in streets, parks, rock quarry, disposal of garbage, launch crews, transportation, cemeteries, pumping station, shops, reservoir, municipal and public buildings, and coal piles, not to exceed sixty-three thousand three hundred and thirty-two dollars and fifty cents, eighty-two thousand eight hundred and thirty-two dollars and fifty cents.

Salaries and wages, Department of Engineering and Public Works, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and two: One employee, Class A, from October first to October thirtieth, nineteen hundred and one; one employee, Class D, from April twenty-first to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two, and for half salaries of employees of the city of Manila while en route from San Francisco to Manila, three hundred and fifty-five dollars.

Maintenance and repairs, Department of Engineering and Public Works, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: For repairs to city bridges, purchase and transportation of road material, purchase of forage for horses and animals, repairs to drains and sewers, repairs to city stables and corrals, purchase of coal for crematory, quarry, launch, and so forth, purchase of tools, hose, and miscellaneous supplies, repairs to harness, carts, wagons, launch, and so forth, purchase of material for shoeing horses and mules, maintenance and repairs of public grounds and parks, expense of removal of rock crusher, improving Calle Iris, repairs on Santolan Road, repairs to markets and municipal buildings, supplies, cleaning and care of municipal, and public buildings, maintenance of electric-light service at harbor, on streets, and in municipal and public buildings, materials for, repairs and increase to, electrical service, petroleum for lights in public and municipal buildings, expenses in the operation and repair of the pumping station, pipe line, and reservoir, increasing and maintaining the city water service and distribution system, purchase of coal, forage, and general supplies for the water system, alteration and repairs to the Arranque Market, labor and material for repairs to the Bridge of Spain, completion of the city pound, repairs to the Santa Cruz fire station, completion of city shops on Calle Arroceros, construction of school buildings, purchase of stone crushers, hire of bulls, carts, and drivers for street work, supplies and materials for cemeteries, ninety thousand four hundred and four dollars.

Maintenance, and repairs, Department of Engineering and Public Works, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and two: For maintenance and repairs, including steel work on the Santa Cruz Bridge, and material and repairs for the Bridge of Spain, four thousand six hundred and six dollars and fifty cents.

Contingent expenses, Department of Engineering and Public Works, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, burial of pauper dead, rent of municipal and public buildings, market sites, and so forth, rent of siles. sell lenient of claims, and clearing of grounds for improvements, and for hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when the same can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed six hundred and fifty dollars, labor and material for making map of the city of Manila, and per diems of five dollars for the city engineer in lieu of all expenses, except cost of official transportation, and to compensate him for all commutations and allowances from which be is excluded as an officer of the Army by reason of his detail for civil duty; cost of transportation herein provided being construed to include subsistence when the same is included in transportation by commercial steamship lines; and for other incidental expenses, fourteen thousand seven hundred and sixty-eight dollars.

Contingent expenses, Department of Engineering and Public Works, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and two: For expenses of employees on transports from the United States, and per diems of five dollars from May twenty-sixth to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two, for the city engineer, in lieu of all expenses, except cost of official transportation, and to compensate him for all commutations and allowances from which he is excluded as an officer of the Army by reason of his detail for civil duty; cost of transportation herein provided being construed to include subsistence when the same is included in transportation by commercial steamship lines, two hundred and thirty dollars.

Salaries and wages, Department of Assessments and Collections, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: City Assessor and Collector, at four thousand dollars per annum; Chief Deputy Assessor, at three thousand dollars per annum; Chief Deputy Collector, at three thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, class five; one clerk, class six; three clerks, class seven; one clerk, at one thousand live hundred dollars per annum; six clerks, class eight; nine clerks, class nine; one clerk, class ten; one clerk, Class A; three clerks, Class C; four clerks, Class G; ten clerks, Class I; twenty clerks, Class J; thirty-seven employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; six employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; and for the employment of emergency clerks in the assessment of taxable real estate in the city of Manila; for the issuance of certificates of registration, and for the preparation of tax rolls and delinquent rolls of real-estate taxpayers, not to exceed six thousand one hundred and forty-two dollars and fifty cents, twenty thousand nine hundred and twenty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Department of Assessments and Collections, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, coolie hire, repairs to office furniture, advertising, and for the hire of vehicles in the city of Manila on official business when the same can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed one hundred and eighty dollars, one thousand nine hundred and nine dollars.

Salaries and wages, Fire Department, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: Chief, at three thousand dollars per annum deputy chief, at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; one electrician, class six; one chief engineer, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class nine; six captains, class nine; two lieutenants, Class A; four lieutenants, Class D; four engineers, Class D; three drivers, Class J; thirty-one pipemen, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; eleven truckmen, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; and the following temporary employees: One clerk, class nine; two engineers, class nine; two linemen, class ten; six drivers, Class A; twenty-six employees, Class A; fourteen thousand nine hundred and ninety-five dollars.

Equipment, Fire Department, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: For equipment for fire apparatus and for firemen and for repairs and maintenance of apparatus, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Fire Department, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including supplies, forage for horses, hire of vehicles in the city of Manila on official business when the same can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed twenty dollars, and other incidental expenses, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.

Salaries and wages, Law Department, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: City Attorney, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; Assistant City Attorney, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; Prosecuting Attorney, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; first assistant prosecuting attorney, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; second assistant prosecuting attorney, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars per annum; third assistant prosecuting attorney, at two thousand dollars per annum; two judges of municipal courts, at three thousand dollars per annum each; Sheriff, at three thousand dollars per annum; two deputy sheriffs, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum each; two deputy sheriffs, at seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; two deputy sheriffs, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; two deputy sheriffs, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; two justices of the peace, at one thousand dollars per annum each; two clerks, municipal courts, at one thousand dollars per annum each; two deputy clerks, municipal courts, at one thousand dollars per annum each; two deputy clerks of municipal courts, at six hundred dollars per annum each; two clerks of justice of the peace courts, at three hundred dollars per annum each; two clerks of justice of the peace courts, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; three employees, class six; one employee, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; four employees, class eight; five employees, class nine; one employee, Class C; one employee, Class D; one employee, Class J; eleven employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, fourteen thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven dollars and fifty cents.

Contingent expenses, Law Department, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, stationery, advertising, assessors' fees in Courts of First Instance of Manila, interpreters' fees in the Courts of First Instance of Manila, not to exceed seventy-five dollars; interpreters' fees in municipal courts, not to exceed fifty dollars; court costs, hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when such transportation can not be secured from the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed one hundred and fifty dollars, and for other incidental expenses, two thousand six hundred and seventy-four dollars.

Salaries and wages, Department of Police, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: Chief of Police, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one inspector and assistant chief of police, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one assistant inspector, at two thousand dollars per annum; one Chief of Secret Service, at three thousand dollars per annum; one surgeon, at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; one assistant surgeon, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class six, five clerks, class eight; four clerks, class nine; two clerks, Class A; seven clerks, Class D; three employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; and for salaries and wages of captains, lieutenants, sergeants, roundsmen, patrolmen, detectives, crew of launch for river and harbor police, and laborers at the public pound, not to exceed one hundred and twenty-seven thousand three hundred and forty-seven dollars and fifty cents, and for salaries of special policemen during the cholera epidemic, not to exceed ten thousand dollars, one hundred, and forty-five thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven dollars and fifty cents.

Salaries and wages, Department of Police, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and two: For laborers in the public pound during the months of May and June, for unpaid salary of one patrolman during the month of August, nineteen hundred and one, and for salaries of special police employed during the cholera epidemic, ten thousand seven hundred and twelve dollars and fifty cents.

The payment of extra compensation to teachers for services as special policemen of the city of Manila during the cholera epidemic during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two is hereby authorized, anything in Act Numbered One hundred and forty-eight to the contrary notwithstanding.

Equipment, Department of Police, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: For equipment of police force, including horses, harness, and wagons, one thousand five hundred and thirty dollars.

Equipment, Department of Police, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and two: For equipment of police force during the fiscal year nineteen hundred, and two, including the purchase of horses and equipment, seven hundred and eighty-two dollars and fifty cents.

Contingent expenses, Department of Police, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, subsistence of prisoners, forage for horses and for the public pound, transportation, hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when the same can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed one thousand two hundred dollars, coal, repairs, and supplies for river and harbor police launch, and for a secret-service fund, not to exceed six hundred dollars, five thousand one hundred and fifty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Department of Police, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and two: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when the same could not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, and other incidental expenses, one thousand four hundred and eighty-eight dollars.

Salaries and wages, Department of City Schools, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: One clerk, class seven; two clerks, class nine; one clerk, Class G; one employee, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum; and salaries and wages of teachers and employees in night schools and native teachers in the city of Manila, not to exceed twenty-five thousand two hundred and three dollars twenty-six thousand three hundred and thirty-eight dollars.

Contingent expenses, Department of City Schools, city of Manila, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, stationery, and other incidental expenses, seven hundred and seventy-five dollars.

In all, for the city of Manila, four hundred and sixty-six thousand two hundred and sixty-two dollars and twenty-two cents.

Total of appropriations for all purposes, two million eight hundred and twenty-three thousand seven hundred and five dollars and twenty-eight cents, in money of the United States, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

SEC. 2. The appropriations herein made shall be withdrawn from the Treasury in local currency at the ratio authorized at the time of such withdrawal, and so disbursed.

SEC. 3. All balances to the credit of appropriations prior to this Act on the books of the Auditor and available for withdrawal are hereby made available for withdrawal in local currency at the authorized rate at the time of such withdrawal, except such appropriations as may have been made payable in United States currency, and all available local currency heretofore appropriated and in the hands of disbursing officers shall be available for disbursement at the authorized ratio at the time of payment. Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed as authorizing the payment of any amount in local currency in excess of the amount originally made payable in such local currency for a specific purpose by the Act appropriating the money for the payment thereof.

No moneys appropriated by this Act are available for withdrawal in other than local currency. In any case where it appears to the satisfaction of the Secretary of Finance and Justice that any obligation of the Philippine Government, entered into by contract, or otherwise, is legally payable only in United States currency, and the appropriation available therefor is in local currency, the Secretary of Finance and Justice may authorize the Treasurer of the Archipelago to transfer to the proper disbursing officer the amount of United States currency required for said payment in exchange for the equivalent amount of local currency at the authorized rate of exchange at the time such exchange is made. Notice of such exchange with the authority therefor shall be given forthwith to the Auditor by the Treasurer and disbursing officer concerned.

No contract or obligation of the Insular Government entered into by the head of any Department, Bureau, or Office shall hereafter be made payable only in United States currency, but may be made payable in United States currency or its equivalent in local currency, at the ratio authorized by the Civil Governor at the time of payment, at the option of the Government.

SEC. 4. There is hereby appropriated, out of any funds in the Insular Treasury not otherwise appropriated, a sum sufficient to return to the Sultan of Jolo, the Sultan Hadjee Md. and Joo Hai, the amounts collected from them for duties on goods consigned to them by the steamer Nam Yong arriving at Jolo on February seventh, nineteen hundred and two.

SEC. 5. The provincial treasurer of the Province of Sorsogon is hereby authorized to pay out of provincial funds the sum of two hundred and twenty-five dollars, local currency, for hire of the launch Regineta for three days during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two for the purpose of enabling the governor of said province to visit certain municipalities of the province.

The provincial treasurer of the Province of Tayabas is hereby authorized to pay Captain H. H. Bandholtz, United States Army governor of Tayabas, a per diem of five dollars out of provincial funds, in lieu of all expenses, except cost of official transportation, and to compensate him for all commutations and allowances from which he is excluded as an officer of the Army by reason of his detail for civil duty; the cost of transportation herein provided for being construed to include subsistence when the same is included in transportation by commercial steamship lines.

The provincial treasurer of the Province of Cebu is hereby authorized to pay out of provincial funds commutations of quarters at the Army rate to Lieutenant F. S. Young, from June first nineteen hundred and one, to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and one, and from August first, nineteen hundred and one, to the time he was relieved from his detail for duty in connection with the provincial affairs of Cebu.

The provincial treasurer of the Province of Cebu is hereby authorized to reimburse Lieutenant F. S. Young, late treasurer of the Province of Cebu, with the difference, not exceeding the sum of eighty-nine dollars, local currency, between an amount of funds in the hands of his authorized deputy at El Pardo, in said province, when the building in which the funds were kept was destroyed by the United States troops in September, nineteen hundred and one, and the amount realized from the burnt silver recovered.

SEC. 6. The public good requiring the speedy enactment of this appropriation bill, the passage of the same is hereby expedited in accordance with section two of "An Act prescribing the order of procedure by the Commission in the enactment of laws," passed September twenty-sixth, nineteen hundred.

SEC. 7. This Act shall take effect on its passage.

Enacted, July 14, 1902.

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