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[ Act No. 1049, February 11, 1904 ]

AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR SUNDRY EXPENSES OF THE INSULAR GOVERNMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE THIRTIETH, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FOUR, AND OTHER DESIGNATED PERIODS.

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

SECTION 1. The following sump, 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 for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred, and four, unless otherwise stated :

PHILIPPINE COMMISSION.

For salaries of the President and seven Commissioners, at live thousand dollars per annum each, forty thousand pesos.

EXECUTIVE.

For salaries as follows: Civil Governor, at fifteen thousand dollars per annum; Secretary of the Interior, at ten thousand five hundred dollars per annum; Secretary of Commerce and Police, at ten thousand five hundred dollars per annum ; Secretary of Finance and Justice, at ten thousand live hundred dollars per annum; Secretary of Public Instruction, at ten thousand five hundred dollars per annum; fifty-seven thousand pesos.

EXECUTIVE BUREAU.

Salaries and wages, Executive Bureau, nineteen hundred and four: Executive Secretary, at seven thousand five hundred dollars per annum; Assistant Executive Secretary, at four thousand dollars per annum; chief clerk, at two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars per annum; Recorder of the Commission, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; law clerk, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars per annum.

Translating division:

Chief of division, class four; one clerk, class five; one clerk, class six; one clerk, class seven; three clerks, class eight; one clerk, class nine; two clerks, Class A; one clerk, Class F; one messenger, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum.

Legislative division:

Chief of division, class live, who shall act as Recorder of the Commission in the absence or incapacity of the latter; two clerks, class six; two clerks, class seven; three clerks, class eight; three clerks, class nine; one clerk, Class A; one messenger, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum ; one messenger, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum.

Administration and finance division: 

Chief of division, class four; one clerk, class live; three clerks, class six; three clerks, class seven; five clerks, class eight; five clerks, class nine; one clerk, Class A; one clerk, Class B; one clerk Class C; one clerk, Class L; one clerk, Class E; one clerk, Class F; one clerk, Class G ; one clerk. Class H; one clerk, Class I; four employees, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; ten messengers, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; two messengers, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Records division:

Chief of division, class four; one clerk, class five; one clerk, class six; five clerks, class seven; live clerks, class eight; six clerks, class nine; one clerk, class ten; one clerk, Class A; one clerk, Class B; one clerk, Class C; one. clerk, Class D; one clerk, Class E; one clerk, Class F; one clerk, Class G; one clerk, Class H; one clerk, Class I; four employees, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; four messengers, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; on© messenger, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum; one messenger, at sixty dollars per annum.

Document division:

Chief of division, class live; one clerk, class nine; one clerk, Class F; one employee, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum; two employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each ; one messenger, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum.

Division of accounts:

Disbursing  officer,   at  two   thousand   live  hundred  dollars  per annum; one clerk,  class  eight;  one  employee,  at three  hundred dollars per annum.

Custodian force:

One janitor, Class A; one watchman, Class B; ten laborers, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; four laborers, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Private secretaries to the Civil Governor and members of the Philippine Commission:

Private secretary to the Civil Governor, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; four private secretaries, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum each, one being from October first, nineteen hundred and three; three private secretaries, at one thousand four hundred dollars per annum each, two being from November first, nineteen hundred and three.

Per diems of live dollars for the United States Army officer detailed as aid-de-camp to the Civil Governor.

For compensation for temporary services of expert translators, when required, not to exceed one thousand pesos.

Total for salaries and wanes, one hundred and thirty-eight thousand four hundred pesos.

Transportation, Executive Bureau, nineteen hundred and four: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees on official business: transportation of supplies; and for rental of vehicles in Manila on official business when such transportation can not be furnished by ilie Insular Purchasing Agent; six hundred pesos.

Contingent expenses, Malacañan Palace, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses of Malacañan Palace, including lighting of park, purchase and repair of furniture, improvement of buildings and grounds, and other incidental expenses; one thousand pesos.

Contingent expense, Executive Bureau, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including a fund not exceeding six thousand pesos to be expended in the discretion of the Civil Governor; electric lighting and supplies for Ayuntamiento Building; purchase of office furniture and supplies, including repairs; advertising, cablegrams, and other incidental expenses; sixty thousand pesos.

In all, for the Executive Bureau, two hundred thousand pesos.

PHILIPPINE   CIVIL   SERVICE  BOARD.

Salaries and wage, Philippine Civil Service Board, nineteen hundred and four: Three members, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum each: one examiner, class three; one examiner, class five; two examiners, class six; three examiners, class seven; six examiners, class eight: six clerks, class nine; two clerks, class ten; one clerk, Class A: one clerk, Class B ; one clerk, Class C; one clerk, Class D; one clerk, Class E; one clerk, Class F; one clerk, Class G; one clerk. Class H: one employee, Class 1; one employee, Class J; one messenger, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; extra allowance for disbursing officer, at two hundred dollars per annum; extra allowance for chief examiner, at five hundred dollars per annum; thirty-four thousand pesos.

Contingent expenses, Philippine Civil Service Board, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including the purchase and repair of furniture, the purchase of office supplies and books, advertising, and other incidental expenses, six hundred pesos.

In all, for the Philippine Civil Service Board, thirty-four thousand six hundred pesos.

BUREAU OF THE INSULAR PURCHASING AGENT.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of the Insular Purchasing Agent, nineteen hundred and four: Insular Purchasing Agent, at four thousand five hundred dollars per annum; Local Purchasing Agent, at three thousand, five hundred dollars per annum; Assistant Insular Purchasing Agent, at, three thousand dollars per annum; one chief clerk, class five; one disbursing officer and cashier, class four; one clerk, class five; one buyer, class five; one buyer, class six; two clerks, class six; five clerks, class seven; one superintendent of transportation, class seven: nine clerks, class eight; one superintendent of lumber yard, class eight, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; twelve clerks, class nine; one superintendent of coal yard, class nine; one superintendent of hardware department, class nine; one superintendent of transportation, class nine, for three months only; one corral foreman, class nine; six mechanics, at one thousand and eighty dollars per annum each; one painter, at one thousand and eighty dollars per annum; one saddler, at one thousand and eighty dollars per annum; one clerk, class ten, at one thousand and fifty dollars per annum; four clerks, class ten; ten clerks, Class A; seven truck drivers, Class A; eight ambulance drivers. Class A, foivr for one month and ten days only; one chief watchman, Class A; four-clerks, Class B; five clerks, Class C; ten watchmen, Class C; twenty-two teamsters, Class G: fourteen clerks, Class D; three clerks, Class E; one saddler, for three months only, at four hundred and forty dollars per annum ; one carpenter, for three months only, at four hundred and forty dollars per annum; fifteen mechanics, at two hundred and ninety-four dollars per annum each; two drivers, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; eight cocheros and stablemen, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; one hundred and sixty cocheros and laborers in transportation department, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; three mechanics, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; for hire of messengers, at not more than one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each, one thousand eight hundred pesos, or so much thereof as may be necessary; for hire of lorcha crews, not to exceed three thousand four hundred pesos; for hire of not more than two assistant foremen, at seven pesos or less per diem each, assistant foremen as may he necessary, at not to exceed six pesos per diem each, emergency clerks and laborers as may be necessary from time to time in the coal and lumber yards and for handling supplies, not to exceed forty-eight thousand pesos.

Total for salaries and wages, one hundred and seventy-six thousand pesos.

Contingent expenses. Bureau of the, Insular Purchasing Agent, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including the purchase of office furniture and supplies; cablegrams, telegrams, and postage; rents and repairs; forage for animals; purchase of animals, harness, and vehicles: veterinary attendance and supplies; repairs to transportation; purchase of corral supplies and shop tools, litters, and metal coffins; advertising, and other incidental expenses; one hundred and twenty thousand pesos.

In all, for the Bureau of the Insular Purchasing Agent, two hundred and ninety-six thousand pesos.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. BOARD OF  HEALTH  FOR
THE  PHILIPPINE  ISLANDS.

Salaries and wages. Board of Health, for the Philippine Islands, nineteen hundred and four: Chief Health Inspector, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; Sanitary Engineer for the Philippine Islands, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one physician in charge of San Lazaro Hospitals, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; secretary, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; four medical inspectors, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum each; one clerk, class five; seven medical inspectors, class five; one clerk, class six; two veterinarians, alass six; one cashier, class seven; two clerks, class seven; four clerks, class eight; six clerks, class nine; one interpreter and translator, class nine; two chief sanitary inspectors, class ten: five clerks, Class A; one employee, Class A : six clerks, Class D: one chaplain and superintendent, San Lazaro Leper Hospital, Cebu, at six hundred dollars per annum : two clerks. Class H; one employee, Class J; one superintendent, Palestina Leper Hospital, at four hundred and fifty dollars per annum : one hundred inspectors and vaccinators, at not to exceed throe hundred and sixty dollars per annum each; seven employees, at our hundred and eighty dollars per annum each : five employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each ; four employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each: three employees, at ninety dollars per annum each; ten employees, at. sixty dollars per annum each; for San Lazaro Hospitals, one superintendent, class nine, one dispensing clerk, class nine, one chief trained nurse, class nine, one physician, class ten, one physician, Class A. one clerk. Class A, five nurses, Class A, one cook, Class A. four employees, Class J, one employee, at two hundred and eighty-eight dollars per annum, four employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each, eight employees, at one hundred, and fifty dollars per annum each, fourteen employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, twenty-two employees, at ninety dollars per annum each, three employees, at seventy-two dollars per annum each, with quarters and. subsistence under the provisions of Act Numbered One thousand and ten, and one engineer, at two hundred and eighty-eight dollars per annum, four employees, at two hundred and eighty-eight dollars per annum each, six employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, without quarters and subsistence: per diems of eight dollars to the. Army officer detailed as Commissioner of Public Health; per diems of Jive dollars to the Army officer detailed as assistant to the Commissioner of Public Health: extra allowance for disbursing clerk, at two hundred dollars per annum; president of the board of health of Antique, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; president of the board of health of Mindoro, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum : president of the board of health of Surigao, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; compensation of secretary-treasurers. and examiners' fees, as provided by law, for the Board of Medical Examiners, Board of Pharmaceutical Examiners, and Board of Dental Examiners, not to exceed one thousand nine hundred pesos; for hire of temporary emergency employees, not. to exceed four thousand pesos; allowance of twenty centavos per diem each to twelve leper policemen at San Lazaro Hospitals.

For sanitation of the city of Manila :

One sanitary engineer, until March first, nineteen hundred and four, only, at three thousand dollars per annum; seven medical inspectors, class five; one clerk, class nine, until March first, nineteen hundred and four, only; one chief disinfector, class nine; ten chief sanitary inspectors, class ten: three disinfectors, Class A; three municipal pharmacists. Class A; nine municipal physicians, at seven hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; two clerks, Class C; one clerk, Class D, until March first, nineteen hundred and four, only; one employee, Class D; three employees, Class H; forty-six sanitary inspectors, Class I, thirty-six of whom shall be to February first, nineteen hundred and four, only; three clerks for municipal pharmacies, Class J; fifteen employees, Class J; fifteen vaccinators, Class J; nine disinfectors, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; eleven employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Total for salaries and wages, one hundred ana fifty thousand pesos.

Support of hospital, plants, and stations, Board of Health for the Philippine Islands, nineteen hundred and four: For support and maintenance of the women's department, San Lazaro Hospital; leper department, San Lazaro Hospital: bubonic plague, smallpox, and cholera departments, San Lazaro Hospitals; morgue and crematory; Hospicio de San Jose; Colegio de Santa Isabel; San Lazaro Hospital at Cebu; Palestina Leper Hospital; repairs to buildings on Lolomboy estate and aqueduct for bringing water to same, for hospital for insane, not to exceed ten thousand pesos; for the free dispensing of medicines and medical supplies to indigent natives; and for veterinary department; seventy-eight thousand pesos.

Public works, Board of Health for the Philippine Islands, nineteen hundred and four: For filling in and grading ground around San Lazaro Hospital buildings, not to exceed five thousand pesos.

Public works, Board of Health for Hie Philippine Islands: For reimbursement to John M. Hooks, William IT. Gray, and estate of Louis J. Depuy for amounts expended by them for subsistence while employed on the Island of Culion. bet ween December seventh, nineteen hundred and two, and July thirty-first, nineteen hundred and three, six hundred pesos, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

Suppression and extermination of epidemic diseases and pests. , Board of Health for the Philippine Islands, nineteen hundred and four: For the suppression and extermination of epidemic diseases and pests: rentals; equipment' and maintenance of dispensaries, hospitals, plants, and camps, and stations for epidemic diseases, including medicines for the. same; expenses of disposition of the dead for sanitary reasons; subsistence of employees and inmates of hospitals, plants, and camps outside the city of Manila; subsistence of employees sent to provinces for temporary duty"; traveling expenses of one. hundred vaccinators and inspectors of vaccination, not to exceed twenty-four thousand pesos; expenses incurred in the distribution of distilled water; purchase of disinfectants and disinfecting apparatus, rat traps and bait; reimbursement for property, clothing, and so forth, destroyed to prevent the spread of epidemics in the provinces; expenses incurred in cleaning up infected districts; medicines and medical supplies for indigent natives; ice and ice boxes for preservation and shipment of vaccine virus, not to exceed two thousand two hundred pesos; purchase of flannel for free distribution to indigent natives in Manila to be used as covering for infants; forty-four thousand pesos: Provided. That no portion of this appropriation shall be available for the payment of either permanent or temporary salaries or wages.

Transportation, Board of Health for the Philippine Islands, nineteen hundred and four: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees of the Board of Health, and the transportation of freight: for rental of launches for inspection in the harbor and river at Manila, not to exceed one month, at four hundred and .fifty dollars per month; for hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when such transportation can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed four thousand three hundred and twenty pesos; eight thousand pesos.

Contingent expenses. Board of Health for the Philippine Islands, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including purchase of office furniture and supplies; repairs to furniture; rent of telephones; cablegrams, postage, and telegrams; medical and professional books and periodicals; surgical appliances and instruments; incidentals for the Board of Medical Examiners, the Board of Pharmaceutical Examiners, and the Board of Dental Examiners; one watering cart and three handcarts for the San Lazaro Hospitals, not to exceed three hundred pesos: drafting instruments, tables, and supplies, live hundred and thirty pesos, or so much thereof as may be necessary; twelve thousand six hundred pesos.

Salaries and wagon, installation of the pail system, in the city of Manila, Board of Health for the Philippine Islands, nineteen hundred and four: The unexpended balance of the funds appropriated under this head in Act Numbered Eight hundred and seven is hereby made available for the payment of one mate, Class A, from December eighth to thirty-first, inclusive, nineteen hundred and three, with subsistence at one peso per diem: one night superintendent, Class A, from December eighth to thirty-first, inclusive, nineteen hundred and three; one first assistant engineer, Class A, one patron, Class P, two firemen, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each, one coal passer, at, one hundred and fifty dollars per annum, two quartermasters, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each, and two sailors, wt one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, with subsistence at thirty centavos per diem each, from December eighth to thirty-first, inclusive, nineteen hundred and three.

In all, for the Board of Health for the Philippine Islands, two hundred and ninety-eight thousand two hundred pesos.

The pail system, heretofore operated by the Insular Government under the provisions of Acts Numbered Three hundred and thirty, Pour hundred and thirty, and Pour hundred and thirty-seven, as follows: "The difference between the amount 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, trucks, commodes, and so forth, purchased in carrying out the provisions of the appropriation, shall revert to and become the property of the city of Manila," is hereby transferred to the city of Manila as of January first, nineteen hundred and four, full payment therefor to he made by the city of Manila, as contemplated by said Acts, upon statement of the account by the Insular Auditor.

The unexpended balances of appropriations heretofore made for the support of the pail system are hereby transferred to the city of Manila for expenditure for said pail system as originally contemplated, and the unpaid obligations on account of said pail system shall be a proper charge against the city of Manila.

QUARANTINE   SERVICE.

Salaries and wages, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and four: Two officers, at two thousand two hundred dollars per annum each ; one officer, at two thousand dollars per annum ; six officers, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum each ; two officers, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum each, for one month; one officer, at seven hundred dollars per annum : one engineer, class nine; two clerks, class ten. at one thousand and twenty dollars per annum each; one clerk and disinfeclor. Clnsis A; one chief disinfector, Class A; one watchman, Class A; two disinfectors, Class D; two engineers, Class P; one assistant engineer. Class P; one vaccinator and disinfector, Class P: two disinfectors. Class H; one cook, Class H; two clerks and disinfectors. Class I; two clerks and disinfectors. Class J; one mechanic, Class .T; two disinfectors assistants, Class ,T: one messenger, at one hundred and eighty dollars per  annum; fifteen attendants,  at one hundred  and  eighty dollars per annum each; seven employees, at one. hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; launch crews, including one patron, at five hundred and forty dollars per annum; two patrons, at four hundred and twenty dollars per annum each ; one engineer, at five hundred and forty dollars per annum: two engineers, at four hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; one assistant engineer, at three hundred and ninety dollars per annum; one quartermaster, at two hundred and seventy dollars per annum ; two quartermasters, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; two firemen, at two hundred and seventy dollars per annum each; four firemen, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; four sailors, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; six sailors, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; and emergency attendants, disinfectors' assistants, and laborers assisting regular force in disinfecting and handling supplies or necessitated by the presence of quarantinable diseases, not to exceed an aggregate of one thousand two hundred pesos; thirty-five thousand pesos.

Commutation of quarters, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and four: For one officer, at two hundred pesos per month; for one officer, at one hundred and seventy pesos per month ; for five officers, at one hundred and sixty pesos per month each ; for two officers, at one hundred and sixty pesos per month each, for one month only; and for one officer, at one hundred pesos per month; five thousand seven hundred and fifty pesos.

Transportation, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and four: For transportation of supplies; for the maintenance and operation of launches and barges, including repairs and the purchase of coal, oil. tools, and supplies for same; forage; traveling expenses of officers and employees on official business; and hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when such transportation can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed six hundred pesos; ton thousand pesos.

Support of Mariveles Quarantine Station, Quarantine Station, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and four: For the support of Marivelos Quarantine Station, including the purchase of disinfecting apparatus, disinfectants, equipment, fuel, furniture, oils, supplies, and tools; purchase of three ranges for steerage barracks; and repairs to buildings and wharves: fifteen thousand pesos.

Contingent expenses. Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred, and four: For contingent expenses, including rent of buildings and offices at Manila, lloilo, and Cebu purchase of office furniture and supplies; apparatus; medical instruments; medical books and publications, not to exceed one hundred pesos; repairs to equipment and furniture; advertising, cablegrams, ice, postage, and other incidental expenses; two thousand pesos.
In all, for the Quarantine Service, sixty-seven thousand seven hundred and fifty pesos.

FORESTRY BUREAU.

Salaries and wages, Forestry Bureau, nineteen hundred and four: Assistant Chief of Bureau, at three thousand dollars per annum; six foresters, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum each; one civil engineer, from August twenty-fourth, nineteen hundred and three, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; one inspector, class five, from March first, nineteen hundred and four; two clerks, class six; five inspectors, class six, one, being until March first, nineteen hundred and four, only; one clerk, class seven; one engineer-assistant, class eight; five employees, class eight; three assistant inspectors,  class eight;  six clerks, class nine; four assistant inspectors, class nine; one skilled workman, class nine; six assistant inspectors. Class A; one skilled workman. Class A, from November twenty-first, nineteen hundred and three;, four clerks, Class A; four assistant inspectors, Class C: four clerks, Class D; thirteen rangers. Class D; eight skilled workmen, Class F; forty rangers. Class G; two draftsmen, Class H; six skilled workmen. Class H; seventy-five rangers, Class I; six clerks, Class I; thirteen skilled workmen. Class J ; six laborers, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; three messengers, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; wages of launch crew, including one master, at one thousand and eighty dollars per annum, and one chief engineer. Class F, with commutation of rations at fifty cents each per diem ; one assistant engineer, Class H, one cook, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum, two quartermasters. at one hundred and lift.v dollars per annum each, three-firemen, at one hundred and thirty-two dollars per annum each, and four sailors, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, with commutation of rations at fifteen cents per diem for each petty oilieer and member of the crew: per diems of five dollars to the Army officer detailed as Chief of the Bureau; extra allowance for disbursing clerk, at  two hundred dollars per annum: and hire of laborers for field parties, not to exceed six thousand pesos: one hundred and  fen  thousand   pesos.

Transportation, Bureau of Forestry, nineteen hundred and four: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees; per diems of one dollar for employees above the grade of Class D in lieu of traveling expenses, except, cost of transportation when absent from their stations on official business, cost of transportation herein provided being construed to include subsistence when traveling on steamships: per diems of twenty-five cents for employees stationed in the provinces in lieu of cost of forage for horses to be furnished by them and used as means of transportation in and about the territory covered by them; transportation of freight; hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when such transportation can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent; repair and maintenance of launch: ten thousand six hundred pesos.
Contingent expenses. Forestry Bureau, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including rent of offices, laboratory, grounds, and telephones: purchase of books and periodicals, not exceeding one hundred pesos; purchase of plants, seeds, wood samples, and materials, and other incidental expenses; eighteen thousand pesos.

In all, for the Forestry Bureau, one hundred and thirty-eight thousand six hundred pesos.

MIXING BUREAU.

Salaries and wages, Mining Bureau, nineteen hundred and four: Chief of Bureau, at three thousand dollars per annum; two geologists, class four; one field assistant, class six; one field assistant, class nine; one chief clerk, class eight; one clerk, Class C; one draftsman, Class D; one draftsman. Class F; hire of porters, laborers, and so forth, not to exceed two hundred and ten pesos; hire of temporary employees for field work, under the provisions of section two of Act Numbered Nine hundred and sixteen, not to exceed one thousand one hundred and twenty pesos; ten thousand eight hundred pesos.

Transportation, Mining Bureau, nineteen hundred and four: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees;, per diems of one dollar for employees above the grade of Class D,  and of fifty cents for employees of the grade of Class " D or lower, in lieu of traveling expenses, except cost of transportation when absent from Manila on official business, the cost of transportation herein provided being construed to include subsistence when traveling on steamships; transportation of supplies; hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when such transportation can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed two hundred pesos; one thousand eight hundred pesos.

Contingent expenses. Mining Bureau, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including purchase of office furniture and supplies; technical books and journals, not to exceed four hundred and seventy pesos; tents, mess kit, tools, and so forth, not to exceed one hundred and thirty pesos; advertising, ice, water, and other incidental expenses; one thousand three hundred and fifty pesos.

In all, for the Mining Bureau, thirteen thousand nine hundred and fifty pesos.

PHILIPPINE   WEATHER   BUREAU.

Salaries and wages, Philippine Weather Bureau, nineteen hundred and four: 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 observers, at nine hundred dollars per annum each; three calculators, at seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum each : two assistant observers, at six hundred dollars per annum each ; one assistant librarian, at six hundred dollars per annum; two assistant, calculators, at three hundred dollars per annum each; one draftsman, Class C; one draftsman, Class D; one mechanic. Class C; one mechanic, Class D; one mechanic, Class G; one mechanic. Class I; two janitors, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each ; two messengers, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; seven chief observers, at six hundred dollars per annum each; seven assistant observers, at one hundred dollars per annum, each; eleven observers, at three hundred dollars per annum each; twenty-six observers, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; ten observers for rain stations, at ninety dollars per annum each; one observer-telegrapher, at nine hundred dollars per annum; extra allowance for disbursing clerk, at two hundred dollars per annum; thirty-five thousand four hundred pesos.

Transportation, Philippine Weather Bureau, nineteen hundred and four: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees and the transportation of supplies, two hundred and fifty pesos.

Contingent expenses, Philippine Weather Bureau, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including rent, advertising, postage stamps and box rent, electric light and telephone, stationery, supplies, ice, office furniture, the purchase of and installation of instruments in branch stations, and other incidental expenses; five thousand two hundred pesos.

In all, for the Philippine Weather Bureau, forty thousand eight hundred and fifty pesos.

BUREAU OF PUBLIC LANDS.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Public Lands, nineteen hundred and four: Chief of Bureau, at three thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class four; one draftsman, class six; one clerk, class six; two clerks, class seven; one draftsman, class eight; three clerks, class eight; three clerks, class nine; one clerk, class ten; one surveyor, Class C; one draftsman. Class G; two draftsmen, Class H; four clerks. Class H; one messenger, at one hundred and twenty dollars jut annum: for hire of labor, not to exceed six hundred pesos; twenty thousand eight hundred pesos.

Transportation, Bureau of Public Lands, nineteen, hundred and four: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, and for the hire, of transportation for employees engaged in work upon the San Lazaro estate, not to exceed four pesos and fifty centavos per day. when such transportation can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent; six hundred pesos.

Contingent expenses. Bureau of Public Lands, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including the purchase of office furniture and supplies; purchase of books, not to exceed two hundred pesos; surveyors' supplies; advertising, and other incidental expenses; one thousand  six hundred  pesos.

In all, for the Bureau of Public Lands, twenty-three thousand pesos.

BUREAU OF AGRICULTURE.

Salaries and wages. Bureau, of Agriculture, nineteen hundred and four: Chief of Bureau, at lour thousand dollars per annum; assistant chief of Bureau, at three thousand dollars per annum; one director of animal industry, class three; one fiber expert, class five; one horticulturist, class five; one superintendent of Government farms, class six; one soil physicist, class six. from September eleventh, nineteen hundred and three; one expert in tropical agriculture, class eight; one expert in plant culture and breeding, class nine: one superintendent of experimental station. Manila, class nine, until April first, nineteen hundred and four, only; one expert in farm machinery and. management, class ten ; one clerk, class five; one clerk, class seven; three clerks, class eight; two clerks, class nine; one gardener, Class A: one overseer, Class A; two clerks, Class C: two teamsters. Class C; two horticultural apprentices, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; two employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; one manager of stock farm, class five; one foreman at San "Ramon farm, Class A; one teamster at stock farm. Class C; one foreman at experimental station. Manila. Class F: one foreman, Batangas, Class D; extra allowance for disbursing clerk, at two hundred dollars per annum; for hire of laborers required in Manila, Singalon, Baguio, Batangas. and San Ramon, not lo exceed thirteen thousand pesos; forty-six thousand pesos.

The employment of four skilled laborers, at four dollars per day, at the Government rice farm, for a period of two months, previously authorized by the Secretary of the Interior, is hereby approved and made a proper charge against the appropriation in section four of Act A'umbered Six hundred and thirty-four.

Transportation, Bureau of Agriculture, nineteen hundred and four: For per diems of two dollars and fifty cents for officers and employees on official travel under the same provisions as applied to the traveling examiners of the Auditor's and Treasurer's offices by Act Numbered Three hundred and fifty-eight,. and the transportation of supplies, three thousand  pesos.

Contingent expenses, Bureau, of Agriculture, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including the collection and purchase of bulbs, plants, roots, seeds, shrubs, trees, and vines for experiment, cultivation, and distribution : for purchase of and subscription to scientific and technical books, magazines, periodicals, and. publications, not to exceed three hundred pesos; purchase of office furniture and supplies; rent of post-office box and telephone;

purchase of carts, forage, forges, harness, tools, wagons, and so forth, repairs, shoeing of animals, veterinary attendance and supplies, not to exceed twelve thousand pesos; purchase of building materials and carpenter tools, not exceeding live hundred pesos; advertising, electric lighting, rents, and other incidental expenses; eighteen thousand pesos.

In all, for the Bureau- of Agriculture, sixty-seven thousand pesos.

THE ETHNOLOGICAL SURVEY FOR THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS

Salaries and wages, the Ethnological Survey for the Philippine Islands, nineteen hundred and four: Chief of Survey, at three thousand jive hundred dollars per annum; Assistant Chief of Survey, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class seven; one collector of natural-history specimens, class eight; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, class nine; one assistant collector of natural-history specimens. Class J; one clerk, Class E; one clerk, Class 1; one assistant collector of natural-history specimens, Class J; one messenger, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; one janitor, at ninety dollars per annum; eight thousand pesos.

Transportation, the Ethnological Survey for the Philippine Islands, nineteen' hundred and four: For the actual and necessary traveling and field expenses of officers and employees engaged in collecting data and materials: for transportation of materials and supplies; hire of vehicles in .Manila on official business when such transportation can not he furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed three hundred pesos,; five hundred pesos.

Contingent expenses, the Ethnological Survey for the Philippine Islands, nineteen hundred and four: .For contingent expenses, including the purchase of office supplies and periodicals; purchase of museum specimens, not to exceed two hundred pesos; advertising, rent, and other incidental expenses: two thousand pesos.

In all, for the Ethnological Survey for the Philippine Islands, ten thousand live hundred pesos.

BUREAU OF GOVERNMENT   LABORATORIES.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Government Laboratories, nineteen hundred and four: Superintendent of  Government of Laboratories, at six thousand dollars per annum; Director of the Biological Laboratory,, at three thousand live hundred dollars per annum; Director of the Serum Laboratory, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one employee, class two; two employees, class three; two employees, class four; three employees, class five; four employees, class six; five employees, class seven; two employees, class eight, at one thousand live hundred dollars per annum each; nine employees, class eight; eight employees, class nine; four employees, Class A; one employee, Class D; three employees, at four hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; three employees, Class 1; four employees, Class 1 ; one employee, at two hundred and sixteen dollars per annum; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; six employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each: seven employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; twenty-live laborers, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; two emergency inoculators, at not to exceed five pesos per diem each; eighty thousand pesos.

Contingent expenses. Bureau of Government Laboratories, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including the purchase of apparatus, bottles, chemicals, herbarium cases, office and photographer's supplies, shelter tents and supplies for field parties; rent of Laboratory buildings, post-office box and telephones; purchase of animals for diagnostic, serum, and vaccine work, and forage for such animals; purchase of botanical and entomological specimens, not to exceed one hundred pesos; ice, distilled water, cablegrams, lighting; repairs to apparatus; fuel for gas machines; furniture for new building; furniture, library supplies, and so forth, for new library; advertising., and other incidental expenses; twenty-nine thousand pesos.

In all, for the Bureau of Government: Laboratories, one hundred and nine thousand pesos.

PHILIPPINE   CIVIL   HOSPITAL.

Salaries and wages, Philippine Civil Hospital, nineteen hundred and four: Attending Physician and Surgeon, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; two house surgeons, at one thousand two hundred dollars pur annum each ; one superintendent, class eight, one dispensing clerk, class nine, one chief nurse, at one thousand and twenty dollars per annum, one clerk, class ten, one clerk, Class A, one matron, Glass A, one dietist, Class B, one nurse, Class B, thirteen nurses, Class G, two ward attendants, Class C, from November first, nineteen hundred and three, one clerk, Class D, ten ward attendants. Class D, two ambulance drivers, Class D, one employee, Glass G, two employees, Glass I, two employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each, six employees, at one hundred and fifty-six dollars per annum each, six employees, at one hundred and thirty-two dollars per annum each, six employees, at one hundred and eight dollars per annum each, ten employees, at eighty-four dollars per annum each, with subsistence and quarters; extra allowance for disbursing clerk, at two hundred dollars per annum: and for the employment of substitutes in places of clerks and employees granted leaves of absence, not to exceed one thousand live hundred pesos; thirty-eight thousand pesos.

Contingent expenses, Philippine Civil Hospital, .nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including the purchase of drugs and medicines; medical and surgical supplies and instruments, and repairs to latter; rent of buildings; electric current; telephones; subsistence of patients and employees; purchase of fuel, forage, ice, induction coil, and accessories for X-ray apparatus, office and hospital furniture and supplies; hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when such transportation can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed two hundred and fifty pesos; and other incidental expenses; sixty-seven thousand pesos.

In all, for the Philippine Civil Hospital, one hundred and five thousand pesos.

CIVIL   SANITARUIM, BENGUET

Salaries and wages. Civil Sanitarium, Benguet, nineteen hundred and four: Attending Physician and Surgeon, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum: one dispensing clerk, class nine; one nurse and housekeeper, Glass A ; one nurse. Glass G; two employees, Class D, one being for three months only; one employee, Class F; one employee, Class J ; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; three employees, at ninety-six dollars per annum each; two employees, at sixty dollars per annum each; for hire of emergency laborers, not to exceed four hundred pesos; six thousand pesos.

Salaries and wages. Civil Sanitarium, Benguet. nineteen hundred and three: The unexpended balance of funds appropriated under this head is hereby made available for the payment of one employee,  Class 1, from November twenty-second, nineteen hundred and two, to and including December third, nineteen hundred and two.

Contingent expenses. Civil Sanitarium, Benguet, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including commissary and subsistence supplies; hospital, medical, and surgical supplies; forage; transportation of supplies; purchase of five milk cows, one bull and two carabaos, two thousand pesos or so much thereof as may be necessary; and other incidental expenses; fourteen thousand pesos.

In all, for the Civil Sanitarium, Benguet, twenty thousand pesos.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND POLICE.

BUREAU   OF   POSTS.

Salaries and -wages, Bureau of Posts, nineteen hundred and four: Director of Posts, at six thousand dollars per annum; Assistant Director of Posts, at three thousand two hundred and fifty dollars per annum; one clerk, class three; two clerks, class five; one post-office inspector, class four; three post-office inspectors, class five; three post-office inspectors, class six; two clerks, class six; four clerks, class seven; three clerks, class eight; three clerks, class nine; one clerk, class ten; two clerks, Class D; one clerk, Class I; one clerk, Class J; three employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; extra allowance for disbursing clerk, at two hundred dollars per annum; thirty-eight thousand pesos.

Traveling expenses, Bureau of Posts, nineteen hundred and four: For allowance of two dollars and fifty cents per day in lieu of actual traveling expenses to post-office inspectors while traveling on official business, and for the actual and necessary traveling expenses of other employees, four thousand pesos.

Mail transportation, Bureau of Posts, nineteen hundred and t four: For inland mail transportation, sea transportation of mails, transportation of mails through foreign countries, and for salaries and wages of fifteen postal clerks on mail trains and mail steamers, not exceeding one thousand two hundred dollars per annum each; thirty-one thousand four hundred pesos.

Contingent expenses,  Bureau   of Posts,  nineteen  hundred  and four: For contingent expenses, including mail equipment, supplies, and other incidental expenses, twelve thousand pesos.

Post-Office Service:

Salaries and wages, Posl-Office Service, nineteen hundred and four: One postmaster, at three thousand seven hundred dollars per annum; one assistant postmaster, class four; one postmaster, class live; one postmaster, class six; three postmasters, class seven; seven postmasters, class eight; eight postmasters, class nine; seven postmasters, class ten; one superintendent of money-order division, class five; one superintendent of mailing division, class six; one superintendent of registry division, class six; one superintendent of free-delivery division, class six; four clerks, class seven; sixteen clerks, class eight; twelve clerks, class nine; fifteen clerks, class ten; ten clerks, Class A; one clerk, Class B; five clerks, Class C; three clerks, Class E; eighteen clerks, Class F; six clerks, Class H; four clerks, Class 1; fifteen employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; thirty clerks in offices outside of Manila, at two hundred and forty dollars or less per annum each, not to exceed an aggregate of four thousand pesos; compensation of postmasters appointed under the provisions of sections three and four of Act Numbered One hundred and eighty-one, not to exceed forty thousand pesos; and for the employment of substitutes in places of post-masters and employees granted leaves of absence, not to exceed one thousand four hundred pesos; total, one hundred and thirty-nine thousand six hundred pesos.

The Director of Posts is hereby authorized to appoint postmasters, as provided in sections three and four of Act Numbered One hundred and eighty-one, but sit salaries not exceeding nine hundred dollars per annum each, in lieu of the commissions on the gross receipts of their respective offices as provided therein, whenever the necessities of the postal service demand such action.

Contingent expenses, Post-Office Services, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including expenses, of stamp agencies in Manila, not to exceed two dollars per month each; rent and lighting of post-offices: mail messenger service, including purchase of two additional mail wagons and two horses: furniture, supplies, advertising, and other incidental expense fifteen thousand pesos.

In all, for the Bureau of Posts, two hundred and forty thousand pesos.

SIGNAL  SERVICE.

Construction,  maintenance, and operation of telegraph, telephone, and cable lines, Signal Service, nineteen hundred and four: For salaries and wages of three clerks, class six: two clerks, class eight; four clerks, class nine: one mechanic, class ten; three employees, Class H; two employees, Class I; twenty-six employees, Class J; one hundred and ninety employees. Class K; and such temporary day laborers as may be necessary, not to exceed in all for salaries and wages, thirty-six thousand pesos: for rent of buildings to be used as telegraph and telephone offices, and illuminating supplies for same, not to exceed two thousand pesos; total, thirty-eight thousand pesos.

BUREAU OF PHILIPPINES CONSTABULARY.

Pay of Philippine Constabulary, nineteen hundred and four: For the difference between pay and allowances of brigadier-general and colonels, respectively, and that of their respective ranks in the United States Army, of the officers, detailed as Chief and assistant chiefs of the Philippines Constabulary, pursuant to the provisions of the Act of the Congress of the United Slates entitled "An Act to promote the efficiency of the Philippines Constabulary, to establish the rank and pay of its commanding officers, and for other purposes," approved January thirtieth, nineteen hundred and three.

Field officers:

One colonel and assistant chief, sit three thousand five hundred dollars per annum; two majors and assistant chiefs, at two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; four majors and senior inspectors, at two thousand dollars per annum each.
Line officers:

Forty-seven captains and inspectors, not. to exceed an aggregate of seventy-five thousand pesos; fifty-one first lieutenants and inspectors, not to exceed an aggregate of fifty-seven thousand pesos; seventy second lieutenants and inspectors, not to exceed an aggregate of sixty-eight thousand one hundred pesos; seventy-nine third lieutenants and inspectors, not to exceed an aggregate of sixty-seven thousand five hundred pesos; forty-five subinspectors, not to exceed an aggregate of twenty-one thousand, six hundred pesos.

Enlisted strength:

Fifty sergeant-majors, quartermaster-sergeants, and first sergeants, not to exceed an average of thirty-seven pesos and eighty-six centavos per month each; two hundred  sergeants, not to exceed an average of twenty-nine pesos and seven centavos per month each ; four hundred and fifty-four corporals, not to exceed an average of twenty pesos and thirty-three centavos per month each; one thousand five hundred and sixty-three first-class privates, not to exceed an average of fifteen pesos per month each; four thousand six hundred and thirty second-class privates, not to exceed an average of ten pesos and thirty centavos per month each; being an enlisted strength not exceeding seven thousand of all grades, including those authorized for the medical division, at an aggregate of not to exceed live hundred thousand pesos.

Office of the Chief:

One clerk, class eight; one messenger, Class K, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum.

Adjutant's division:

One captain and adjutant, at two thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, class seven; two clerks, class eight; five clerks, class nine; two clerks, class ten; three clerks, Class A; two clerks, Class C; three clerks, Class 1"; one clerk. Class G; one clerk, Class I; one clerk, Class J; two clerks, Class K, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; five messengers, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each.

Information division:

One captain and superintendent, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one assistant superintendent, at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; two clerks, class nine; one messenger, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum; two detectives, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum each; two detectives, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum each; three detectives, at one thousand and eighty dollars per annum each; three detectives, at nine hundred and sixty dollars per annum each; three detectives, at eight hundred and forty dollars per annum each; four detectives, at seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; live detectives, at live hundred and forty dollars per annum each; live detectives, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum each; and for hire of detectives in addition to the above, as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed an aggregate of six thousand pesos.

Office of the chief supply officer:

One captain and assistant chief supply officer, at two thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, class seven; one clerk, class nine; two clerks, Class G; one clerk, Class J ; four captains and examiners, at an aggregate of not to exceed three thousand dollars; and for per diems of one dollar and fifty cents for four examiners under the same provisions as those allowed to traveling examiners of the Insular Treasurer and Insular Auditor, pursuant to section one of Act Numbered Three hundred and fifty-eight.

Paymaster's division :

One captain and paymaster, at two thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, class nine; one messenger, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum.

Commissary division:

One captain and commissary, at two thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, class nine; three clerks, Class A; two clerks, Class C; one clerk. Class F; and one clerk, Class J.

Quartermaster division:

One captain and quartermaster, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, class ten; one clerk Class A; one clerk, Class H; two blacksmiths and wheelwrights, at nine hundred dollars per annum each; one wagonmaster,
at eight hundred dollars per annum: three teamsters, at seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; two laborers' overseers, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum each; and three teamsters, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each.

Ordnance division:

One captain and ordnance officer, at one thousand four hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Class A; one clerk. Class H; one armorer and gunsmith, at one thousand dollars, per annum; two mechanics, at two hundred and ten dollars per annum each; and five saddlers, at two hundred and ten dollars per annum each.

Medical division:

One captain and superintendent, at two thousand dollars per annum; three captains and surgeons, at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum each; one clerk, Class A; ten medical inspectors with the rank of lieutenant, not to exceed an aggregate of ten thousand four hundred pesos; live sergeants, at thirty-three pesos per month each: six corporals, at. twenty-eight pesos per month each; ninety-two first-class privates, at eighteen pesos per month each.

Telegraph division :

One superintendent, at. two thousand live hundred dollars per annum, from November seventh, nineteen hundred and three: Provided, That the provisions of Act Numbered Six hundred and forty-three shall not apply to this position. Two first-class inspectors, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum each; two first-class inspectors, at one thousand Tour hundred dollars per annum each; two first-class inspectors, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum each; three second-class inspectors, at one thousand one hundred dollars per annum each; three second-class inspectors, at one thousand and fifty dollars per annum each; five third-class inspectors, at one thousand dollars per annum each; three third-class inspectors, at nine hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; and ten fourth-class inspectors, at nine hundred dollars per annum each.

Enlisted telegraph operators:

Ten sergeants, at sixty pesos per month each; twenty corporals, at fifty pesos per month each; thirty first-class privates, at forty pesos per month each; twenty second-class privates, at thirty pesos per month each: Provided, That no enlisted telegraph operator shall receive subsistence, either in money or kind, whether in garrison, traveling under orders, or in the field. And for extra compensation for enlisted men detailed as linemen in addition to their pay proper, not to exceed three thousand pesos: Provided, That the pay of such enlisted men shall not exceed eighteen pesos per month each.

Civilian employees:

One clerk, class ten; twenty telegraph operators, at nine hundred dollars per annum each; twenty telegraph operators, at seven hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; fifteen linemen, at nine hundred dollars per annum each; ten linemen, at seven hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; five linemen, at seven hundred dollars per annum each; ten linemen, at one hundred and eighty .   dollars per annum each; five messengers, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; and ten  messengers,  at ninety dollars per annum each.

Office of the First District chief:

One clerk, class eight; one clerk, class ten; one clerk, Class I; and for hire of detectives as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed an aggregate of one thousand eight hundred pesos.

Office of the Second District chief:

One clerk, class eight; one clerk, class ten; and for hire of dectectives as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed an aggregate of one thousand two hundred pesos.

Office of the Third District chief:  

One clerk,  class eight;  one clerk, class ten;  and for hire of c detectives as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed an aggregate of one thousand two hundred pesos.

Office of the Fourth District chief:

One clerk, class ten; one clerk, Class I; and for hire of detectives c as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed an aggregate of nine hundred pesos.

Office of the Fifth District chief:

Two clerks, class nine, one being for two months; and for hire' of detectives as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed an aggregate of six hundred pesos.

Unassigned clerks:

One clerk, class nine; forty clerks for supply officers, not to exceed an aggregate of two thousand Jive hundred dollars; and [or hire of emergency clerical labor, not to exceed an aggregate of three hundred pesos: Provided, That additional compensation shall not be paid hereunder.

Assigned to the provinces:

One clerk, Class A; two teamsters, at seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; and live packers, not to exceed an aggregate of three thousand six hundred pesos.

Launch crews:

Crew of launch Lexington; one assistant engineer, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum; and one fireman, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum; crew of launch Ariel; one patron, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum; and one engineer, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum; crew of boat Annie; one pilot, and ten oarsmen, from July first, nineteen hundred and three, not to exceed an aggregate of one thousand three hundred and fifty pesos.

Laborers:

For hire of unskilled laborers, not to exceed an aggregate of eleven thousand pesos.
Extra compensation for supply officers:

For extra compensation to fifty-two inspectors detailed as supply officers, at two hundred dollars per annum each: Provided, That an additional compensation of one hundred dollars per annum, payable in monthly installments from the revertible appropriations for the purchase and transportation of commissaries, he paid each supply officer who, in addition to his other duties, has charge of a branch civil supply store.

Total for salaries and wages, one million and twenty-five thousand pesos.

Clothing, camp and gurrison equipage, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and four: For material and manufacture of clothing and equipage; for the purchase, repair, and preservation of arms, ammunition, equipments, and musical instruments; and for allowance for clothing not drawn in kind to enlisted men upon discharge; one hundred and sixty-three thousand pesos: Provided, That articles of clothing and equipage may be sold to officers and enlisted men for their personal use; at cost price, under such restrictions as the Chief of Constabulary may prescribe, with the approval of the

Secretary of Commerce and Police.

Barracks and quarters,  Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and four: For allowance and commutation for officers and quarters under the provisions of Acts Numbered Seven hundred and six and Eight hundred and seven: for rent, construction, and repair of offices, guardhouses, arsenals, barracks, hospitals, storehouses, and stables; for fuel, illuminating, and cleaning supplies; and for rent of telephones in Manila ; seventy-seven thousand pesos.

Transportation, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and four: For transportation of officers, enlisted men, employees, prisoners, and supplies: forage, veterinary attendance, medicines, shoeing, and incidentals for animals: purchase and hire of draft and riding animals, harness, carts, boats, and so forth; purchase of coal, gasoline, and incidentals for boats: and for subsistence of officers while traveling under orders; one hundred and seventy-four thousand pesos: Provided, That the Bureau of Constabulary shall furnish its official transportation in the city of Manila, under such restrictions as may be prescribed by the Secretary of Commerce and Police, the provisions of Act Numbered One hundred and ninety-eight to the contrary notwithstanding: And provided further, That forage in kind for one private animal used in the public service may be furnished the officer owning it on his certificate, approved by his senior inspector and district chief: And provided further, That the subsistence and traveling expenses of officers and enlisted men on escort duty, together with all expense of transporting prisoners in their charge, shall be paid by the .Bureau of Constabulary and not by the Bureau or province at whose request the escort is furnished, the provisions of section one of Act Numbered Four hundred and four to the contrary notwithstanding.

Secret-service fund, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and four: For a contingent fund to be used for secret-service purposes, and for the payment of rewards for the apprehension of deserters, in the discretion of the Chief or Acting Chief of Constabulary; ton thousand  pesos.

Telegraph and telephone service. Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and four: For the construction, maintenance, and repair of telegraph and telephone lines, including purchase of materials and supplies and transportation of same: thirty thousand pesos.

Subsistence, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and four: For the subsistence of municipal police and volunteers operating in conjunction with and under the direction of the Constabulary, subject to the approval of the Secretary of Commerce and Police, and for the subsistence of enlisted men and prisoners, two hundred and sixty-six thousand pesos: Provided. That every enlisted man in the Philippines Constabulary, except he be a band man or a telegraph operator, will be given a daily allowance of twenty-one centavos, Philippine currency, for his subsistence, and that this allowance may be given in cash, or the value thereof in food, or part in cash and part in food, according to the circumstances of the soldier, as to whether he is traveling under orders, is on campaign duty, or in garrison: And provided further. That the senior inspectors will be charged with the duty of making requisition for, disbursing, and accounting for subsistence funds and subsistence supplies in their respective provinces.

Contingent expenses, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and four: For the purchase of office furniture, stationery, and supplies; advertising, newspapers, periodicals, professional books, post-office expenses; and for emergency printing at the various district headquarters, not to exceed an aggregate of three hundred pesos, the provisions of Act Numbered Two hundred and ninety-six to the contrary notwithstanding; for medical treatment for officers and enlisted men under the provisions of Act Numbered Eight hundred and seven, and for medical, surgical, and hospital supplies, including hospital laundry work; for the burial of officers and enlisted men, and for other incidentals, including ice, distilled water, laundry of office towels, and so forth  twenty-three thousand pesos.
Contingent expenses, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses as provided in Act Numbered Six hundred and eighty-two, five thousand nine hundred pesos.

In all, for the Philippines Constabulary, one million seven hundred and seventy-three thousand nine hundred pesos.

BUREAU   OF   PRISONS

Salaries and wages. Bureau of Prisons, nineteen hundred and four: Warden, at three thousand dollars per annum; Deputy Warden, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one assistant, deputy warden, at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; one physician, at two thousand dollars per annum; one master mechanic, at one thousand seven hundred dollars per annum ; one chief clerk, class eight, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one cashier and disbursing officer, class six; one clerk, class eight; one foreman of shops, class eight; one dispensing clerk, class nine: five clerks, class nine; two foremen of shops, class nine; one baker, class nine; three inspectors, class nine; one laundry foreman, class ten, at one thousand and fifty dollars per annum : one cabinetmaker, class ten, from February first, nineteen hundred and four; one interpreter. Class A: one assistant laundry foreman. Class A; one hospital attendant. Class A: twenty-five guards. Class A: one overseer, Class C; one teamster, Class C: one foreman of shops. Class C; two clerks,, Class A; one overseer, Class D; one foreman of shops, Class D; one carriage painter, Class D; two clerks. Class H; two chaplains, at three hundred dollars per annum each ; two clerks, Class 1 ; two hospital stewards, Class I; two sergeants. Class I; fourteen keepers, Class I; one assistant laundry foreman. Class I; twenty-eight guards, Class ,T; one clerk. Class .T; one teamster, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum ; extra compensation for executioner, at not to exceed ten dollars per execution : total, seventy-six thousand pesos, under the provisions of Act Numbered Eight hundred and seven.

Manufacturing department. Bureau  of  Prisons, nineteen, hundred and four: For purchase of machinery, tools, and other permanent manufacturing equipment, including materials to be used in all manufacturing departments;  seventy thousand pesos.

Contingent expenses. Bureau of Prisons, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including purchase of office furniture, supplies and typewriters; subsistence of prisoners; supplies for prisoners, including bedding, clothing, medicines, postage, tobacco, and so forth, not to exceed thirty-four thousand pesos; general repairs; partial reconstruction of old pavilions, not exceeding ten thousand pesos; construction of one new pavilion, not to exceed fifteen thousand five hundred pesos; burial of deceased prisoners; for enlarging steam, cooking apparatus; transportation of stones from Walled City to prison; reimbursement to prisoners of earnings as hired laborers outside of prison prior to American occupation; for the purpose of furnishing one suit of clothing, of value not exceeding five pesos, and a gratuity of ten pesos to each prisoner, upon release, who has been confined for more than one year, in cases where in the discretion of the Warden it is necessary; for forage, fuel, illumination, oil, and other incidental expenses; two hundred and ninety thousand pesos.

In all, for the Bureau of Prisons, four hundred and thirty-six thousand pesos.

BUREAU OF  COAST  GUARD AND  TRANSPORTATION.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and four: Marine Superintendent, at two thousand live hundred dollars per annum: Light-House Inspector, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum : inspector of machinery, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class five; one disbursing officer, class six; one clerk, class six; one draftsman, class seven ; two clerks, class seven : four clerks, class eight; four clerks, class nine; one mechanic . class nine; one storekeeper, class ten; one storekeeper. Class A: three clerks, Class A; two assistant storekeepers, Class K; one clerk. Class I ; three employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; five employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; per diems of five dollars each for the United States naval officer detailed as Chief of the Bureau, and the United States Army officer detailed as Light-House Engineer, and per diems of two dollars and fifty cents for the United States Army officer detailed as assistant to the Light-House Engineer; forty-two thousand pesos: Provided, That the titles of the Superintendent of Light-Houses. Buoys, Beacons, and Landmarks, the Superintendent of Light-House Construction, and the Superintendent of Construction. Maintenance, and Operation of Vessels, be changed to Light-House Inspector, Light-House Engineer, and Marine  Superintendent,   respectively.

Light-House Service, Bureau of  Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and four: For the expenses of the Light-House-Service, including salaries of captain of light-house tender Corregidor, atone thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; captain of light-house tender Pickett, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum : two first officers, one being for emergencies only, at nine hundred dollars per annum each: one second officer, at seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum; one mate, at six hundred dollars per annum; one chief engineer, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum; one chief engineer, at one thousand and eighty dollars per annum; two first assistant engineers, one being for emergencies only, at nine hundred dollars per annum each; five machinists, two being for emergencies only, at four hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; one machinist, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum; four oilers, two boatswains, one carpenter, one steward, and two cooks, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; wages of authorized petty officers and crews; for subsistence allowances, as authorized by law, to officers, petty officers, and crews, including those authorized for emergencies; salaries of six light keepers, at four hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; eleven light keepers, at four hundred and twenty dollars per annum each ; thirteen light keepers, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum each; nineteen light keepers, at three hundred dollars per annum each; twenty-seven light keepers, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; seven light keepers, at one, hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; seven light keepers, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; one light keeper, at ninety-six dollars per annum; four light keepers, at sixty dollars per annum each; one light keeper, at forty-eight dollars per annum; two light keepers, at thirty dollars per annum each; fifteen apprentices, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, and five apprentices, at ninety dollars per annum each, to be stationed in the discretion of the Chief of the Bureau; wages of authorized boatmen, not to exceed four thousand eight hundred pesos: Provided, That in the event of more lights being found" necessary for the public service, authority for the employment of the personnel of such lights may be granted by the Secretary of Commerce and Police; for the maintenance and operation of a repair shop and storehouse in connection with the division of light-house construction, including salaries and wages of one assistant overseer, at nine hundred dollars per annum ; one foreman, at three hundred dollars per annum; necessary mechanics and laborers, and purchase of supplies; for necessary rents, repairs, and supplies for light stations; for purchase of necessary equipment for machine shop for repairing and installing apparatus and machinery, not to exceed two thousand pesos; for construction of wharf on Engineer Island, and for transferring materials, supplies, and so forth, to new warehouse, not to exceed six thousand pesos; for maintenance and operation of. tenders, including purchase of fuel and supplies, pilotage, repairs, and so forth, not to exceed thirty-four thousand eight hundred pesos; buoyage, not to exceed eleven thousand pesos, and other incidental expenses, including subsistence of officers and employees while traveling on official business; one hundred and thirty-two thousand pesos.

Cutters and launches, Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and four: For expenses in the maintenance of cutters and launches, including salaries and wages of one pay officer, at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; one pay clerk, class nine; seventeen captains, at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum each; five masters, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum each; eighteen first officers, at nine hundred dollars per annum each; eighteen second officers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; four mates, at six hundred dollars per annum each; seventeen chief engineers, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum each; four chief engineers, at one thousand and eighty dollars per annum each; eighteen assistant engineers, at nine hundred dollars per annum each; four assistant engineers, at four hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; five assistant engineers, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum each; two engineers at four hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; four engineers, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum each; three engineers, at three hundred dollars per annum each; thirty-four machinists, at four hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; forty-eight oilers, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; nine firemen, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; one patron, at six hundred dollars per annum ; three patrons, at four hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; three patrons, at three hundred dollars per annum each; sixteen boatswains, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; sixteen carpenters, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; sixteen stewards, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; sixteen cooks, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; one master, at one thousand and eighty dollars per annum, one chief engineer, at nine hundred dollars per annum, one assistant engineer, at four hundred and fifty dollars per annum, one pilot, at three hundred dollars per annum, and one mess boy, at ninety-six dollars per annum, from July first, nineteen hundred and three; and authorized petty officers, crews, mechanics, and laborers; for the purchase of coal, oil, outfits, commutation of rations; subsistence of postal clerks; hospital expenses, repairs, and oilier incidental expenses: six hundred and seventy thousand pesos: Provided. That the Chief of the Bureau, with the approval of Hie Secretary of Commerce and Police, may employ additional officers, petty officers, and crews as may he required to man cutters or launches which may he added to those already under the control of the Bureau, the compensation of such officers and men to he determined by the provisions of law applying to vessels of similar classes: And provided further, That the Chief of the "Bureau may employ temporarily an additional man of the same grade to replace any man sent to the hospital from one of the vessels: And provided. That postal clerks, while on duty on Coast Guard cutlers, shall he furnished subsistence in kind by the Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation: And provided further. That funds herein appropriated may he used for subsistence and aid of shipwrecked sailors, or other persons in distress, as demanded by the laws of humanity and the customs of maritime nations.

Contingent expenses. Bureau, of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including purchase of office furniture and supplies: advertising, electric lighting, ice, telephone rent: medical treatment and medicines for officers, petty officers, and crews of cutters and launches, under the provisions of Act Numbered Eight hundred and seven: and other incidental expenses : two thousand pesos.

In all, for the Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, eight hundred and forty-six thousand pesos.

BUREAU  OF COAST  AND GEODETIC SURVEY.

Salaries and wages. Bureau of Coast and  Geodetic Survey, nineteen hundred and four: One clerk, class eight, at one thousand live hundred dollars per annum: two clerks, Class I): three clerks, Class E; two clerks. Class F; eight clerks. Class G: one apprentice draftsman, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum; one apprentice draftsman, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum ; one messenger, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; eight thousand four hundred pesos.

Field and steamer expenses. Bureau, of Coast and Geodetic Survey, nineteen, hundred and four: For Held expenses, including pay of live observers, at not to exceed one thousand live hundred dollars per annum each; one watch officer and one chief engineer, at not to exceed one thousand six hundred and eighty dollars per annum each, without subsistence; repairs and supplies for the maintenance and operation of steamers engaged in survey work; hire of launches, not to exceed eight thousand pesos; salaries and wages of petty officers, crews, and emergency employees; rations and uniforms for petty officers and crews; for medical treatment and medicines for officers, petty officers, and crews, under the provisions governing the Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation; and other incidental expenses; twenty-eight, thousand pesos.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Coast and. Geodetic Survey, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including purchase of office supplies ; hire of vehicles in Manila on official business, when such transportation can not be furnished by the insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed forty pesos: and other incidental expenses; one thousand six hundred pesos.

In all, for the Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, thirty-eight thousand pesos.

BUREAU  OF  ENGINEERING.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Engineering, nineteen hundred and four: Consulting Engineer, at five thousand dollars per annum; principal assistant engineer,, at three thousand live hundred dollars per an mini; railroad engineer, at three thousand six hundred dollars per annum; chief of supervisors, at three thousand dollars per annum; chief surveyor, class two; geographer, class two; one. assistant engineer, class three; one assistant engineer, class four; two assistant engineers, class five; chief draftsman, class five; three assistant engineers, class six : one chief clerk, class six; five transit-men, class seven ; two clerks, class seven : five transitmen, class eight; two clerks, class eight; three clerks, class nine; eight recorders, class nine; three draftsmen. Class D: four draftsmen, Class G; ten survey men, Class II; two messengers, at two hundred and ten dollars per annum each; and for the hire of such assistant engineers, draftsmen, surveyors, and employees, with the approval of the Secretary of Commerce and .Police, as may lie necessary from time to time to accomplish authorized work, not to exceed six thousand pesos; seventy thousand pesos.

Transportation, Bureau of Engineering, nineteen hundred and four: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, transportation of supplies, and for the hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when such transportation can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed one hundred pesos; eight   hundred pesos.

Public works, Bureau of Engineering, nineteen hundred and four: For expenses in connection with such public works, examinations, and surveys as may lie authorized by the Commission, including the cost of labor and necessary equipment, twenty thousand pesos: Provided, That where an appropriation has been made for any specific work the contingent, incidental, and any other expenses in connection with the same shall lie payable from the appropriation made for such work.

Contingent expenses. Bureau of Engineering, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including the purchase of supplies and surveying instruments; advertising, and other incidental expenses; two thousand four hundred pesos: Provided, That, employees of the Bureau of Engineering shall be entitled to medicines and medical attendance while engaged on any authorized public work at places where usual medical attendance is not accessible, and the Consulting Engineer to the Commission may, subject to the approval of the Secretary of Commerce and Police, appoint such physicians and surgeons, at fixed monthly salaries, as may in his judgment be for the best interest of the service.
In all, for the Bureau of Engineering, ninety-three thousand two hundred pesos.

DEPARTMENT OK FINANCE AND JUSTICE.
BUREAU OF THE TREASURER OF THE PHILIPPINE ISALNDS.

Salaries and wages. Bureau of The Treasurer of the Philippine Islands, nineteen 'hundred and four: Treasurer, at seven thousand dollars per annum; Assistant Treasurer, at four thousand dollars per annum; chief of division of currency, at three thousand dollars per annum; three clerks, class three; three clerks, class four; seven clerks, class five; seven clerks, class six; seven clerks, class seven; nine clerks, class eight: eight clerks, class nine; one clerk, Class C; five clerks, Class D; two clerks. Class I: one clerk, Class J; one employee, at two hundred and ten dollars per annum; two employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; extra allowance for disbursing clerk, at two hundred dollars per annum; ninety-one thousand pesos.

Transportation, Bureau of the Treasurer of the Philippine Is lands, nineteen hundred and four: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees: per diems of deputies and examiners in official travel in connection vi h the examination of accounts as provided for by Act Numbered Three hundred and fifty-eight, and for expenses incurred in the in the transfer of funds to and from the provinces, nine thousand nine  hundred and forty pesos.

Contingent expenses. Bureau of the Treasurer of Hie 'Philippine Islands, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including the purchase of office furniture, fixture?, and supplies ; the purchase of books and literature pertaining to currency questions; the payment of premiums on surety bonds; rebates of unearned premiums on surety bonds canceled or transferred : and for advertising, cablegrams, coolie hire, post-office box rent, repairs to typewriters, adding machines, and office furniture, and other incidental expenses; one hundred and thirty-two thousand seven hundred pesos.
In all, for the Bureau of the Treasurer of the Philippine islands, two hundred and thirty-three thousand six hundred and forty pesos.
 
BUREAU OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE PHILIPPINE  ISLANDS.

Salaries and wage, Bureau of the Auditor for the Philippine Islands, nineteen hundred and four: Auditor, at seven thousand dollars per annum; Deputy Auditor, at four thousand dollars per annum: three clerks, class three; four clerks, class four: two clerks, class five: nine clerks, class six: seven clerks, class seven: thirteen clerks, class eight: fourteen clerks, class nine: six clerks, class ten; four clerks. Class A: two clerks. Class B: two clerks, Class C; three clerks, Class D; three clerks, Class E: two clerks, Class F; two clerks. Class G: two clerks. Class H: two clerks, Class I; two employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; two employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each: extra allowance for disbursing officer, at two hundred dollars per annum; one hundred and nine thousand pesos.


Contingent expenses. Bureau of the Auditor for the Philippine Islands, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses:, including the purchase of office furniture, stationery and supplies, advertising, and other incidental expenses, two thousand pesos.

Tn all, for the Bureau of the Auditor for the Philippine Islands, one hundred and eleven thousand pesos.

BUREAU OF CUSTOMS AND  IMMIGRATION.

Salaries and wages. Bureau of Customs and Immigration. nineteen hundred and four: Collector of Customs, at seven thousand dollars per annum; Deputy Collector of Customs, at four thousand dollars per annum: Special Deputy Collector of Customs   at four thousand dollars per annum; two additional deputy collectors of y, Surveyor of Customs, at four thousand dollars customs, class one; per annum: deputy surveyor of customs. Class two: deputy  surveyor of cumtoms, class three.

Office of the Collector of Customs:

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

Office of the Deputy Collector of Customs:

One clerk, class six; one clerk, class eight.

Office of the Special Deputy Collector of Customs:

One clerk, class eight.

Office of .the Surveyor of Customs:

One admeasurer, class three; one assistant admeasurer. class six: one clerk, class seven; one clerk, class eight; three clerks, Class F; one inspector of boilers, class four, for one month; one inspector of boilers, class live, from February first, nineteen hundred and four; one inspector of hulls, class five; one harbormaster, class five: one clerk, class nine: three patrolmen, Class I; one messenger, at one hundred and ninety-two dollars per annum; one superintendent of semaphore station, Class D, at six hundred and thirty dollars per annum; one assistant superintendent of semaphore station, Class G; two messengers, at one hundred and ninety-two dollars per annum each.

Division of insular customs accounts:
Disbursing officer, class five; one clerk, class seven; one clerk, class ten; one clerk, Class D; three clerks. Class J; one messenger, at ninety dollars per annum.

Correspondence division:

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

Board of protests and appeals:   

One clerk, class four; two clerks, class eight.
Cashier's division:

Cashier, class one; assistant cashier, class five; one clerk, class six; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, class nine; two clerks, class ten ; one clerk, Class A; two clerks. Class C; one clerk, Class D; one clerk, Class F; one clerk, Class I; three clerks, Class J; two messengers, at ninety dollars per annum each.

Appraiser's division:

One chief appraiser, class three; one assistant appraiser, who shall act also as appraiser of textiles, class four; 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 messengers, 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; four clerks, class ten; two clerks. Class D: three clerks, Class I; two messengers, at ninety dollars per annum each. Liquidation division:

Chief of division, class five; one clerk, class seven: one clerk, class eight; three liquidators,  class nine;  two liquidators,  class ten; two liquidators, Class D; two liquidators, Class F; two messengers, 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; eighty-five guards, Class J.

General order stores and bonded warehouse division:

Chief of division, class five; one clerk, class seven: one clerk, class eight; one clerk, class nine; one clerk, class ten; fourteen ware housemen, Class A; one warehouseman, Class C; one warehouseman, Class D; seven clerks, Class I: sixteen clerks, Class J; eighteen clerks, Class K, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; twelve laborers, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; two messenger's, at ninety dollars per annum each.

Consular and statistical division :

Chief of division, class five: one clerk, class seven; six clerks:, class nine; five clerks, class ten; live clerks, Class A; two clerks, Class D; four clerks, Class J; one messenger, at ninety dollars per annum.

Immigration division:

Chief of division, claps live: one clerk", class seven; two immigration inspectors, class eight: three immigration inspectors, class nine; one Chinese interpreter, Class C: one employee, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum; two employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; one messenger, at ninety dollars per annum.

Passenger and. baggage division:

Chief of division, class five; one clerk, class eight: one baggage inspector,  class nine;  three baggage inspectors,  class ten;  three 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 launch inspector, class eight; one launch inspector, class nine: two launch inspectors, Class A; 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.

Division of special agents:

Supervising special agent, class three: two special agents, class four; two special agents, class six; one special agent, class seven; one special agent, class eight.

Superintendent of buildings:

One superintendent. Class A; four night watchmen. Class H; one janitor, Class I : seventeen employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Additional compensation for temporary disbursing clerk during the absence of the disbursing officer, at two hundred dollars per annum; and for the payment for services of not more than three translators on any one day. at a per diem rate of five dollars or less each, one thousand pesos, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

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; three clerks, Class A; three inspectors, Class A: three clerks, Class D; one inspector of hulls, Class F: two guards. Class I; ten guards, Class J; one clerk, Class K. at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum; three messengers, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; two employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; two employees, at ninety dollars per annum each; one patron, Class I; one assistant engineer. Class H: one fireman, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum: one sailor, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum; one fireman, at one hundred and thirty-five dollars per annum : two sailors, at one hundred and eight dollars per annum each.

Cebu custom-house:

Collector of customs, at four thousand 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, Glass F; three employees, Class H; twenty-six guards, Class J; two employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; emergency employees, not to exceed an aggregate of ten dollars per month; one patron, Class G; one engineer, Class G; two firemen, Class J; three sailors, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each.

Jolo custom-house:

Collector of customs, class three; one examiner, class eight; one clerk, class eight; one clerk, class nine; one clerk, Class C; one clerk, Class I; six guards, 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 live; one examiner, class eight; one clerk, class nine; one clerk, Class A; one clerk, Class 1; five guards, Class J; two employees, at ninety dollars per annum each; four employees, at seventy-two dollars per annum each. Puerto Princesa custom-house:

Collector of customs, class six; one clerk, Class D, and four boatmen at not exceeding ninety dollars per annum each, from October fifteenth, nineteen hundred and three.

Bongao custom-house:

Collector of customs, class six; one clerk, Class D, and four boatmen at not exceeding ninety dollars pur annum each, from October fifteenth, nineteen hundred and three.

Cape Melville custom-house:

Collector of customs, class six; one clerk. Class D, and four boatmen at not exceeding ninety dollars per   annum each, from October fifteenth, nineteen hundred and three.

Interior ports:

Eighteen coast district inspectors, class eight; ten deputy coast district inspectors, Class A; fifty inspectors of customs, Class K, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; eighty-five inspectors of customs, Class K, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; one hundred inspectors of customs, Class K, at sixty dollars per annum each; fifteen clerks, Class 1; ten clerks, Class J ; fifteen employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; ten employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; ten employees, at sixty dollars per annum each; salaries and wages of boat crews, not to exceed an aggregate of four thousand pesos; salaries of additional clerks, guards, watchmen, boatmen, sailors and marines, not exceeding twenty-live dollars per month each for clerks and twenty dollars per month each for other employees, one thousand pesos, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

Total for salaries and wages, four hundred and sixty-eight thousand pesos.

Transportation, Bureau of Customs and Immigration, nineteen hundred and four: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, including coast and deputy coast district inspectors while inspecting ports within their districts; special agents while on official travel in connection with the examination of customs accounts, at two dollars and fifty cents per diem; and the transportation of supplies, live thousand pesos.

Revenue cutters and launches. Bureau of Customs and Immigration, nineteen hundred and four: For the maintenance and expenses of launches and revenue cutters, including the salaries and wages of the crews of Manila Harbor launches, consisting of two captains, Class D; one engineer, Class E; twelve engineers and captains, Class F; three employees, Class H; three employees, Class I; fourteen firemen, at two hundred dollars per annum each; two employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; twenty-five employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; and for the salaries and ration allowances of cutter crews, consisting of six captains, class nine, six chief engineers, Class C, and seven mates, Class D, with commutation of rations at fifty cents each per diem; thirteen assistant engineers, at two hundred and ten dollars per annum each, nineteen firemen, at one hundred and thirty-two dollars per annum each, thirteen quartermasters, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each, thirty-two sailors, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, six stewards, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each, and six cooks, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, with commutation of rations at fifteen cents each per diem; for clothing allowance' of three suits and two hats per annum for each petty officer and member of crews of revenue cutters, not to exceed one thousand live hundred pesos; purchase of fuel, supplies, and rations for crews of harbor launches in emergency cases or while away from their regular stations; repairs and incidental expenses; eighty thousand pesos.

Revenue cutlers and launches, Bureau of Customs and Immigration, nineteen hundred, and two: For expenditures made by the customs disbursing officer at lloilo from the appropriation for contingent expenses but which are chargeable to the appropriation for revenue cutters and launches, seventy-four pesos and seventy-seven eentavos.

Special contingent fund. Bureau of Customs and Immigration, nineteen hundred and four: For a fund to be expended in the discretion of the Collector of Customs for the Philippine Islands in the detection and punishment of violators of the customs, immigration, and revenue laws, twenty thousand pesos.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Customs and. I in migration, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses throughout the Archipelago, including purchase of office furniture and supplies; subsistence of customs officers while on duty on hoard United States Army and Navy transports; 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: advertising; cablegrams; ice; rent of offices used by inspectors of customs; repairs to offices; purchase of and repairs to boarding boats: construction of and repairs to coal sheds; coolie hire for handling supplies; cost of transferring deposits to the Insular Treasury; and other incidental expenses; thirty-three thousand live hundred and ninety pesos.

In all, for the Bureau of Customs and Immigration, six hundred and six thousand six
 hundred and sixty-four pesos and seventy-seven centavos.

The Collector of Customs for the Philippine Islands is hereby authorized to purchase from Carman and Company, for the sum of twenty-nine thousand pesos, Philippine currency, the steam cranes, tramway, locomotive, cars, machinery, appliances, materials, and other personal property used in the landing, conveyance, storing, and delivery of imported merchandise at the custom-house at the port of Manila, in accordance with the inventory presented by the Insular Collector of Customs, said sum to be paid from the amount appropriated in Act Numbered Eight hundred and ninety-seven; any provision in said Act to the effect that such purchase shall be in accordance with the appraisal presented by the Insular Collector of Customs on February twenty-first, nineteen hundred and three, and approved by resolution of the Philippine Commission of March fourth, nineteen hundred and three, is hereby repealed.

BUREAU OF INTERNAL  REVENUE.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Internal Revenue, nineteen hundred and four: For salaries and wages, three hundred and seventy-four pesos: Provided, That the unexpended balance of funds appropriated in Act Numbered Eight hundred and seven, under this head, is hereby made available for expenditure during the entire fiscal year.

Transportation, Bureau of Internal Revenue, nineteen hundred and four: The funds appropriated in Act Numbered Bight hundred and seven, under this head, are hereby made available for expenditure during the entire fiscal year.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Internal Revenue, nineteen hundred and four: The funds appropriated in Act Numbered Eight hundred and seven, under this head, are hereby made available for expenditure during the entire fiscal year.

In all, for the Bureau of Internal Revenue, three hundred and seventy-four pesos.

BUREAU OF THE INSULAR  COLD STORAGE AND ICE PLANT.

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

Office force and sales department :

One superintendent, at three thousand six hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class five; four clerks, class six; two clerks, class eight; three clerks, Class A, one being until March first, nineteen hundred and four, only; one clerk, Class C; one clerk, Class D; four employees, at three hundred dollars per annum each; three office boys, at two hundred and sixteen dollars per annum each.

Engineering and manufacturing department:    

One chief engineer, at two thousand four hundred dollars per : annum; one assistant engineer, class live: one assistant engineer, class seven; one assistant engineer, class nine; one machinist, class eight; two machinists, class nine; one machinist, Class II; one electrician, class seven; one assistant electrician, Class D; one oilers, Class A; three oilers, Class C; three watertenders, Class B; one watertender, Class C; one pipefitter, class nine; one elevator-man, Class F; twenty laborers, at, two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; thirty laborers, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each.

Cold storage and sales department:

One overseer, class nine; three laborers, at two hundred and sixteen dollars per annum each; eighteen  laborers, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each:  eleven emergency laborers, at one peso and fifty centavos each per diem.

Land-transportation department:

One overseer, class nine; one blacksmith, class nine; one wheelwright, class ten; two teamsters, Class A; fourteen teamsters, Class C; two blacksmith helpers, Class 1; one saddler, Class E; twenty laborers, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each; two cocheros, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each.

Water transportation department:

One overseer, class ten; one engineer. Class F; one assistant engineer, Class H; one patron, Class ,T; two firemen, at one hundred and ninety-two dollars per annum each; one boatswain, at two hundred and sixteen dollars per annum; six patrons, Class I; thirty sailors, at one hundred and sixty-eight dollars per annum each.                                                                                                  

Care and maintenance oil building and grounds:

One carpenter, class eight; one carpenter, class ten; one overseer, class ten; live watchmen. Class C; one painter, Class F; three painter helpers, Class I ; two carpenter helpers, Class G ; one carpenter helper, Class J; one mason, Class II.; two laborers, at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each: eleven laborers, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each.

Total for salaries and wages, seventy-six thousand pesos.

Improvement of plant. Bureau of the Insular Cold Storage and Ice Plant: For the purchase of an additional freezing tank, including all necessary material and any additional labor necessary for its installation; twenty thousand pesos.

Contingent expenses. Bureau of the Insular Cold Storage and Ice Plant, nineteen hundred and four: For  office supplies, coal, forage, electrical supplies, and incidental expenses; care and maintenance of buildings and grounds; care and maintenance of machinery; care and maintenance oil water transportation, including repairs to launch and lorchas; care and maintenance of land transportation, including repairs to wagons and harness, purchase of new equipment, veterinary supplies, and so forth; eighty-five thousand pesos: Provided, That the Bureau of the insular Cold Storage and Ice Plant shall furnish its own official transportation, the provisions of Act Numbered One hundred and ninety-eight to the contrary notwithstanding.

In all, for the Bureau oil the Insular Cold Storage and Ice Plant, one hundred and eighty-one thousand pesos.

BUREAU OF JUSTICE

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

Supreme Court:

Chief Justice, at seven thousand live 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; three deputy clerks, one being until not later than February fifteenth, nineteen hundred and four, at two thousand dollars per annum each; one reporter of decisions, who shall furnish his own office room, clerical assistance, translators, typewriters, and other aids, at two thousand dollars per annum; one employee, class six; one employee, class seven; one employee, class nine: one employee, Class C; two employees. Class E; one eniplovee. Class G; four employees, Class Ii; six employee's, Class  J; five employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each.

Court of First Instance, Manila :

Three judges, at five thousand live 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; six employees, class seven; one employee, class eight: three employees, class nine; eight employees, Class H; five employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance. First District :

One judge, at four thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one employee, class nine; one employee. Class D; one clerk, Cagayan, at eight, hundred dollars per annum: one clerk, Isabela, at seven hundred dollars per annum; two employees, Class J; two employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each. Courts of First Instance,

Second District:

One judge, at four thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Ilocos Sur, at nine hundred  dollars per annum: one clerk, Abra, at seven hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Ilocos Norte, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one employee, Class D; one employee!, at four hundred and fitly dollars per annum; five employees. Class J ; three 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 employee, class seven; one employee, class nine; one clerk, Union, 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 deputy clerk, Pangasinan, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum; two employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; one employee. at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum.

Courts of First Instance. Fourth District:

One judge, at live thousand dollars per annum; one employee, Class A; two employees, Class J; 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 two hundred and forty dollars per annum: three 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 five thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Bulacan, at one thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Rizal, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one employee, Class G; two employees, Glass J; two employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; two employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Sixth District:

One judge, at five thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Laguna, at nine hundred dollars per annum: one clerk, Cavite, at nine hundred dollars per annum: one clerk. Bataan, at eight hundred dollars per annum; one employee. Class C; four employees, Class J; two 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. Seventh District:

One judge, at five thousand dollars per annum; one employee, Class A; one clerk. Batangas, at one thousand one hundred dollars per annum: one clerk, Tayabas. at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Marinduque. at seven hundred dollars per annum: one clerk, Mindoro. at eight, hundred dollars per annum; four employees. Class J : five employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance. Eighth District:

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

Courts of First Instance, Ninth District:

One judge, at five thousand dollars per annum; one employee,  class seven; one employee, class nine; one clerk,  Iloilo, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one employee, Class J; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; one employee, at ninety dollars per annum.

Courts of First Instance, Tenth District:

One judge, at five thousand dollars per annum; one employee, Class D; one clerk, Occidental Negros. at, one thousand one hundred dollars per annum; one clerk. Antique, at nine hundred, dollars per annum.; two employees, Class J ; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; one employee, at one hundred and forty-four dollars pei1 annum; one employee ai ninety dollars per annum.

Courts of First  Instance,  Eleventh   District:

One judge, at five thousand dollars per annum; one employee, class seven; one employee, Class D; one clerk, Cebu, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one clerk. Oriental Negros, at eight hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, llohol, at one thousand dollars per annum; one deputy clerk. Cehu, Class D; two employees, Class H; two employees, class J; two employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; one employee, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum; two employees, at sixty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First instance, Twelfth District:

One judge, at five thousand dollars per annum; one employee, Class D; one clerk, Samar. at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Leyte, at one ihousand dollars per annum; two employees, Class J; two employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Thirteenth District:

Oue judge, at four thousand live hundred dollars per annum; one employee, class nine: one clerk, Misamis, at, nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Surigao, at eight hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, district of Lanao, at three hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, suhdistriet of Dapitan, at three hundred dollars per annum; one employee, Class J ; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; four employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Fourteenth District:

One judge, at four thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, district of Zaiuhoanga, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one clerk. Jolo, at one thousand dollars per annum; live deputy clerks, at; two hundred dollars per annum each; four employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each.

Courts of First Instance, Fifteenth District:

One judge, at four thousand Jive hundred dollars per annum; one employee, class eight; one fiscal. at one thousand live hundred dollars per annum: one employee, class nine: one clerk, Capiz, at nine hundred dollars per annum; one clerk. Romblon, at five hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Masbate. at four hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Paragua, at, three hundred dollars per annum; one deputy clerk, Paragua, at two hundred dollars per annum; two employees, Class J; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; two employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each ; and clerical and translating assistants to fiscal, not to exceed four hundred pesos.

Courts of First Instance, Mountain District:

One judge, at four thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one fiscal, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum; three deputy clerks, at three hundred dollars per annum each; three employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; and clerical, interpreting, and translating assistants to fiscal not to exceed one thousand pesos.

Court of Customs Appeals:

Two judges, at four thousand live hundred dollars per annum each; one clerk, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum; one employee, class eight; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum.
Judges of First Instance and employees at large:

Four judges, at four thousand live hundred dollars per annum each; two employees, class eight; two employees, class nine.

Court of Land Registration:

One judge, at live thousand dollars per annum; one judge, at four thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one assistant clerk, at two thousand dollars per annum; one examiner of titles, Manila, at one thousand live hundred dollars per annum; five examiners of titles, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum each; two employees, class seven; two employees, class eight; one employee, class nine; one employee, Class A; two employees, Class D; three employees, Class E; one employee, Class F; one employee, Class G; three employees, Class H; one employee, Class I ; three employees, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each.

Office of the Attorney-General:

Attorney-General, at seven thousand dollars per annum; Solicitor-General, at live thousand live hundred dollars per annum; Assistant Attorney-General, at four thousand live hundred dollars per annum; one Supervisor of Fiscals, at four thousand dollars per annum; one Assistant Attorney-General, Philippines Constabulary, at three thousand live hundred dollars per annum; one Assistant Solicitor-General, at two thousand live hund red dollars per annum; one Deputy Supervisor of Fiscals, at two thousand live hundred dollars per annum; one assistant lawyer, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; one assistant lawyer, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars per annum ; two assistant lawyers, at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum each; one assistant lawyer, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum; one assistant lawyer, at one thousand four hundred dollars per annum; one clerk and translator, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; one disbursing officer, class five; one translator, class six; six employees, class seven; two employees, class eight; one employee, Class A; one employee, at eight hundred dollars per annum; two employees, Class D; one employee, Class G ; one employee, Class J ; one employee, atone hundred and eighty dollars per annum; one employee, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum.

Total for salaries and wages, three hundred and fifty thousand pesos.

Transportation, Bureau of Justice, nineteen hundred and four: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of judges, employees of courts, of the office of the Attorney-General, and of special employees traveling on official business; six thousand pesos.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Justice, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including purchase of office furniture, supplies, and repairs; sheriffs' fees and per diems; per diem allowances of four dollars for judges of the Courts of First Instance while absent from their districts on duty in Manila; per diems provided by Act Numbered Eight hundred and sixty-seven; pay for special emergency interpreters or other employees, under approval of the Secretary of Finance and Justice; and for other incidental expenses; sixteen thousand pesos.

In all, for the Bureau of  Justice, three hundred and seventy-two thousand pesos.
 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
BUREAU OF EDUCATION.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Education, nineteen hundred and four :
 
Office of the General Superintendent :

General Superintendent, at six thousand dollars per annum; assistant to General Superintendent, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; two clerks, class live; one clerk, class six; three clerks, class seven: six clerks, class eight : six clerks, class nine; one clerk, class ten; one clerk, Class A; one clerk, Class D, at seven hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, Class E; one employee, at two hundred and ten dollars per annum; four employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; seven employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; two carpenters, at three hundred dollars per annum each; wages of laborers handling supplies, not to exceed one thousand two hundred pesos.

Offices of the division superintendents :

Thirty-one division superintendents, not to exceed fifty-nine thousand three hundred and fifty pesos: ten clerks, class nine; seven clerks, Class A: fourteen clerks. Class D.

General teaching force:

Superintendent, .Normal School, .Manila, at three thousand dollars per annum; superintendent, Trade School. Manila, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum: three teachers, class five; eight teachers, class six; six teachers, class seven; fifty teachers, class eight, at one thousand live hundred dollars per annum each; eighty teachers, class eight ; sixty teachers, class nine, at one thousand three hundred dollars per annum each; three hundred and fifty teachers, class nine: fifty teachers, class ten, at one thousand one hundred dollars per annum each: one hundred and sixty teachers, class ten: one hundred teachers. Class A; six teachers, Class C, at eight hundred dollars per annum each; twenty teachers, Class D; twenty teachers, Class E ; twenty teachers, Class F; twenty teachers, Class G; twenty teachers, Class H; forty teachers, Class I; sixty teachers. Class J ; sixteen teachers for the Tinguian municipalities of Abra. at not exceeding six dollars per month each; sixteen teachers for the llocano pueblos of Abra, at not exceeding ten dollars per month each: three hundred night-school teachers, at one dollar and fifty cents each per night, thirteen nights per month: Provided. That fifty of these teachers are assigned to towns whore there is a special demand for night-school instruction and where an average attendance of twenty-five pupils shall be maintained.

Other employees:

Normal School, Manila., two employees at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each, and six oniplovees at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum: Trade School. Manila, two employees at one hundred and twentv dollars per annum each ; Nautical School, Manila, two employees at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each; one mechanic, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum.

Total for salaries and wages, eight hundred and ninety-five thousand five hundred pesos.

Transportation. Bureau of Education, nineteen hundred and  four: For the a fin and necessary traveling expenses of the General Superintendent, assistant to General Superintendent, division superintendents, and employees; for the actual and necessary traveling expenses of teachers from Manila to their respective stations and upon transfer to new stations within the Archipelago when directed by the General Superintendent for the benefit of the Bureau; and for the actual and necessary traveling expenses, not including maintenance, of teachers of: English designated by their division superintendents to visit and instruct in barrio schools, since July first, nineteen hundred and three: ten thousand four hundred pesos.

Transportation.  Bureau   of Education,   nineteen   hundred  and three: For actual and necessary traveling expenses, not including maintenance, of teachers of English designated by their division superintendents to visit.and instruct in barrio schools; four hundred pesos.

School furniture and supplies, Bureau of Education, nineteen hundred and four: For the purchase of school books, furniture, and a supplies, including cartage,  packing,  storage,  and transportation of same; fifty thousand pesos.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Education, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including compensation and expenses of the superior advisory board; purchase of office furniture and supplies: purchase of fuel, light, and water for girls' dormitory, Normal School, Manila, and of distilled water for Manila schools; for rent of Nautical School, of dormitory for girls attending Normal School, of offices and storerooms for division superintendents, and of storeroom in Manila: Tor construction and equipment of girls' industrial school at Bua. Benguet: for purchase of clothing and bedding for Tgorrote pupils in boys' industrial training school at Baguio, Benguet. and of material and agricultural implements, for said training school; for completion of Igorrote boys' industrial training school at Bontoc: for preliminary expense in construction of Igorrote industrial school at Cervantes, Bontoc; equipment and supplies for cooking class in the Manila Trade School; establishment of an industrial school for the Tinguianes in the Province of Abra, including machinery and tools for equipping same; incidental expenses: for medical attention to students in Manila Normal School, at twenty-live dollars per month: Provided. That payment hereunder may be made to a physician now in the civil service, the provisions of existing laws to the contrary notwithstanding.

Total for contingent expenses, twenty-nine thousand seven hundred pesos.
Tn all, for the Bureau of Education, nine hundred and eighty-six thousand pesos.

BUREAU OF PUBLIC PRINTING.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Public Printing, nineteen hundred and four: Public Printer, at four thousand dollars per annum; superintendent of instruction, at three thousand dollars per annum; one craftsman instructor, class four; six craftsmen instructors, class five; one clerk, class six; six craftsmen instructors, class six; two clerks, class seven; eighteen craftsmen instructors, class seven; one clerk, class eight; sixteen craftsmen instructors, class eight; one clerk, class nine; one craftsman instructor, class nine; one employee, class ten; four employees, Class A; one helper, Class A; one clerk, Class B; one clerk. Class C; four watchmen, Class C; two employees, Class D; two clerks, Class H; one employee, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum: one employee, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum; for salaries and wages of craftemen, junior craftsmen, mechanics, helpers, laborers, and so forth, not to exceed thirty-four thousand pesos; for salaries and wages of apprentices, not to exceed three thousand six hundred pesos; total, one hundred and twenty-two thousand six hundred pesos.

Contingent expenses. Bureau of  Public Printing, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including additional machinery, material, supplies, lithographing, rent, repairs to machinery, office supplies, horses, forage, telephone, filling, grading, and curbing northern half of lot: and other incidental expenses; sixty-eight thousand  four hundred pesos.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Public Printing, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including additional machinery, material, supplies, horses, forage: repairs, and other incidental expenses; seven thousand seven hundred and fifty pesos.

In all, for the Bureau of Public Printing, one hundred and ninety-eight thousand seven hundred and fifty pesos, under the provisions of Act Numbered Eight hundred and seven.

BUREAU OF ARCHIVES.

Salaries and wages. Bureau of Archives, nineteen hundred and four: Chief of Bureau, at three thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, class seven; three clerks, class eight; one clerk, class ten; one clerk. Class A, for three months only; three clerks. Class D; two clerks. Class F; two clerics, Class H; one clerk. Class T: two clerks, Class J; three employees, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; twelve thousand five hundred pesos.

Contingent expenses. Bureau of Archives, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including the purchase of office furniture, typewriter and supplies, and other incidental expenses; five hundred and fifty pesos.

In all, for the Bureau of Archives, thirteen thousand and fifty pesos: Provided, That the Bureau of Patents. Copyrights, and Trade-Marks shall be merged in the Bureau of Archives.

BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Architecture and Construction of Public Buildings, nineteen hundred and four: Chief of Bureau, at four thousand dollars per annum: master builder, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars per annum: one superintendent of construction, class six: one clerk and electrical engineer, class six; one disbursing officer, class six; two clerks, class seven; one electrical engineer, class seven, for four months only: five clerks, class eight; four clerks, class nine; two clerks. Class F: two clerks, Class G; one clerk, Class I: one employee, at two hundred and ten dollars per annum; one employee, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum; twenty-eight thousand pesos.

Public works, Bureau of Architecture and Construction of Public Buildings, nineteen hundred and four: For alterations, maintenance, and repair of the following-named public buildings, not to exceed in cost the amounts set opposite the names of the respective buildings and bureaus:

Ayuntamiento Building: Renovating huge sessions hall and rewiring chandeliers, seven hundred pesos; remodeling small sessions hall into orifice for Vice-Governor, one thousand pesos: cleaning and repainting ironwork on banisters, four hundred pesos; total, two thousand one hundred pesos.

Board of Health for the Philippine Islands: Ventilators and lire-plugs at hospital for contagious diseases, five hundred and thirty pesos; general alterations and repairs, San Lazaro Hospital, one thousand pesos; total, one thousand five hundred and thirty pesos. Bureau of Agriculture: For erection of barn and sheds for cattle, two thousand eight hundred pesos.

Bureau of Architecture: New partition, shelving, and so forth, for office building, six hundred pesos.

Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation: General alterations and repairs to office building, four hundred pesos.

Bureau of Customs and Immigration: General "alterations and repairs, including alterations of immigration station, twelve thousand pesos.

Bureau of Government Laboratories, Serum Laboratory: General repairs, additional water piping to new stables, small animal house, and so forth, two thousand pesos.

Bureau of Public Printing: General repairs and new roof, eight thousand pesos.

Bureau, of the Insular Treasury: Brass grill work in cash room, one thousand two hundred dollars.  

Civil Sanitarium and other government buildings, Baguio, Ben-guet: Completion of barn, general repairs, construction, painting, and so forth, seventeen thousand pesos.
Insular Cold Storage and Ice Plant: Painting and repairing deck houses, and general repairs, six hundred pesos.

Intendencia Building: For new roof, eight thousand pesos.

Oriente Hotel Building: General alterations and.repairs, fifty-nine thousand pesos.

Philippine Civil Hospital: Genera] alterations and repairs, one thousand pesos.

Santa Poteneiana Building: General alterations, repairs, and so forth, one thousand pesos.

General alterations, repairs, and emergency work, twenty thousand pesos.

Purchase of building supplies, tools, and so forth, twenty, thousand pesos.

Total for public works, one hundred and fifty-seven thousand two hundred and thirty pesos.

Contingent expenses. Bureau of Architecture and Construction t of Public Buildings, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including the purchase of drafting room and office supplies, furniture, ice, technical books, and water; rent of post-office box and telephone; advertising, laundry, and other incidental expenses; two thousand two hundred pesos.

In all, for the Bureau of Architecture and Construction of Public Buildings, one hundred and eighty-seven thousand four hundred and thirty pesos.

AMERICAN CIRCULATING   LIBRARY OF MANILA. 

Salaries and wages, American Circulating Library of Manila, nineteen hundred and four: Librarian, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum: assistant librarian, at nine hundred dollars per annum; two employees, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; two thousand three hundred pesos.

Contingent expenses, American Circulating Library of Manila, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including purchase of ice, coolie hire. rent, of library building, electric lighting, water tax, and other incidental expenses, one thousand two hundred pesos.

In all, for the American Circulating Library of Manila, three thousand five hundred pesos, under the provisions of Act Numbered Eight hundred and seven.

THE OFFICIAL GAZZETTE.

Salaries and wages, the Official Gazelle nineteen hundred and four: Editor, at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; one clerk, class eight: one clerk, Class C; two clerks. Class D; one clerk, Class I; four thousand six hundred pesos.

Contingent expenses. the Official Gazelle, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including purchase of office furniture and supplies; allowance to the editor of not exceeding twenty pesos per month in lieu of carromata hire; and other incidental expenses; five hundred and twenty pesos.

In all, for the Official Gazette, five thousand one hundred and twenty pesos.

SUPERINTENDENT OF THE INTENDENCIA   BUILDING.

Salaries and wages. Superintendent of the Intendencia Building, nineteen hundred and four: Superintendent, at two hundred and fifty dollars per annum : one janitor, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum: eight laborers, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each: one thousand six hundred and thirty pesos.

Contingent expenses,   Superintendent of the Intendencia Building, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including purchase of supplies: electric lighting: minor repairs, and other incidental expenses: three thousand two hundred pesos.
Tn all, for the superintendent of the Intendencia Building, four thousand eight hundred and thirty pesos.

CUSTODIAN OF THE SANTA POTENCIANA   BUILDING.

Salaries and wages. custodian of the Santa Potenciana Building, nineteen hundred and four: One watchman, at seven hundred and eighty dollars per annum : one janitor, Class D: ten laborers, at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each: two thousand and sixty pesos.

Contingent expenses, custodian of the Santa Potenciana Building, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including the purchase of ice. water, and other supplies: construction of sidewalk and curbing on Calles Victoria and Pahicio : electric lighting, and other incidental expenses: two thousand eight hundred pesos.

In all, for the custodian of the Santa Potenciana Building, four thousand eight hundred and sixty pesos.

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF   BENGUET.

Salaries and wages, provincial government of Benguet. nineteen hundred and four: Governor, at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum; secretary, at one thousand dollars per annum; one clerk, Class A; one clerk. Class I: one clerk. Class J: one laborer, at sixty dollars per annum: messenger service, not to exceed one hundred and four pesos: and hire of laborers, not to exceed sixty pesos; one thousand pesos.

Transportation, provincial government of Benguet. nineteen hundred and four: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, and the transportation of supplies, four hundred pesos.

Contingent expenses, provincial government of Benguet, nineteen hundred and four: For the purchase of office furniture and supplies; repairs to roads, bridges, and public buildings; court expenses; sanitary emergency fund; subsistence of pupils in the industrial school; subsistence of prisoners; and other incidental expenses; four thousand pesos.

In all, for the provincial government of Benguet, five thousand four hundred pesos.

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF LEPANTO-BONTOC.

Salaries and wages, provincial government of Lepanto-Bontoc, nineteen hundred and four: Governor, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum; supervisor, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; secretary-treasurer, at one thousand four hundred dollars per annum; lieutenant-governor of Bontoc, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; lieutenant-governor of Amburayan, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum : two clerks, class nine, one for three months only; one interpreter, Class I); two clerks, Class I; one translator, Class I; two interpreters, Class I; one deputy-treasurer, Class J, at two hundred and eighty-eight dollars per annum; one deputy-treasurer. Class J: one clerk, Class K, at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum; two employees, at ninety-six dollars per annum each; one employee, at ninety dollars per annum; one employee, at forty-eight dollars per annum; eleven thousand pesos.

Transportation, provincial government of Lepanto-Bonioc, nineteen hundred and four: For actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees on official business, and for transportation of government property, one thousand pesos.

Contingent expenses, provincial government of Lepanto-Bontoc. nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including purchase of office furniture and supplies; building repairs; construction and repairs of bridges, roads, and trails, not to exceed live thousand pesos; for a fund to be expended by the provincial governor under the provisions of Act Numbered Six hundred and eighty-two, not to exceed eight hundred pesos; and other incidental expenses; twelve thousand pesos.

In all, for the provincial government of Lepanto-Bontoc, twenty-four thousand pesos.

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF MINDORO.

Salaries and wages, and contingent expenses, provincial government of Mindoro, nineteen hundred and four: For salaries and wages and for general provincial expenses, including maintenance of and repairs to provincial steam launch, purchase of office supplies and stationery, blanks and blank books, sheriff's fees, subsistence of prisoners, transportation of officers and supplies, maintenance and operation of telephone system, and other incidental expenses; twelve thousand pesos: Provided. That the unexpended" balance of funds appropriated for the support of the provincial government of Mindoro for the first half of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and four shall be made available for expenditure for the whole of said fiscal year.

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF NUEVA VIZCAYA.

Salaries and wages, provincial government of Nueva Vizcaya, nineteen hundred and four: Governor, at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum: secretary-treasurer, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; president of provincial board of health at nine hundred dollars per annum; fiscal, at six hundred dollars per annum; one deputy treasurer, class nine; one clerk, Class F; one clerk. Class G : one clerk, Class K, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum; one corral boss. Class E; one assistant corral boss, at one hundred and eight dollars per annum: one gorrote interpreter for Quiangan district, at eighty-four dollars per annum; one messenger, at seventy-two dollars per annum; one janitor, at sixty-six dollars per annum : seven hundred and fifty pesos.

Contingent expenses, provincial governmentl of Nueva Vizcaya, nineteen hundred and four: For contingent expenses, including the purchase of forage and supplies: inaiiilenaiice of high school, subsistence of prisoners, and so forth: const ruction and repairs of roads, including labor thereon: rents, and other incidental expenses; four thousand pesos.

In all, for the provincial government of Xueva Vizcaya, four thousand seven hundred and fifty pesos.

OPIUM COMMITTEE.

The sum of seven thousand pesos is hereby appropriated as an additional sum to earrv out the provisions of Act Numbered Eight hundred, as amended.

COLLECTING LIBRARIAN.

For the salary of the Collecting Librarian, as provided in Act Numbered Six hundred and eighty-eight, three thousand pesos.

MISCELLANEOUS.

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

For Strachan and MaeMurray, for repairs to the launch Frankfort while the same was under the control of the Province of Occidental Negro s. and bills for which have been rendered to said province, two thousand two hundred and forty pesos: Provided, That the Auditor shall require the provincial authorities of Occidental Negros to deposit with the Treasurer of the Philippine Islands, to the credit of "Miscellaneous receipts," all earnings which have accrued to the province by reason of the use of said launch.

For Ciriaco Villamor, for reimbursement "for a quantity of rice and other property which had become infected by cholera and was destroyed by order of the Commissioner of Public Health in the month of August, nineteen hundred and two. nine hundred and forty pesos.

 Insular salary and expense fund :

For the payment of salaries and expenses of civil officers and employees 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, for expenses connected with the deportation of convicted vagrants, and for the payment to the estates of deceased employees of salaries due such employees for the leaves of absence to which they were entitled at the time of their deaths, in accordance with the provisions of Act Numbered One thousand and forty, and such other expenses of like character, payment of which shall be directed by the Executive Office, and for the payment of rewards for information leading to the capture and conviction of a member of a band of brigands, and so forth, authorized under the provisions of Act Numbered Five hundred and twenty-two, and for the discovery and prevent ion of crime, six thousand pesos; but no salary shall be paid  to any officer or employee for a period subsequent to bis arrival in Manila from this  appropriation when the Bureau to which he may be assigned has a vacancy from the appropriation for which he may be properly paid, or the provincial office to which lie may be assigned was vacant: Provided, That the Civil Governor may, in his " discretion, commute two or more years' accrued leave of absence to 1 persons entitled to visit the United States on such leave, and authorize the payment of the amount so accrued in a gross sum from this appropriation.

Total of appropriations for all purposes, eight million fourteen c thousand and ninety-eight pesos and seventy-seven centavos, Philippine currency, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

SEC. 2. The provisions of the first paragraph of section two of Act Numbered Eight hundred and seven, providing the manner in which withdrawals of moneys appropriated in said Act shall be made, are hereby made applicable to the withdrawal of moneys appropriated under this Act.

SEC. 3. 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. 4. This Act shall take effect on its passage.

Enacted, February 11, 1904.

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