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[ Act No. 2319, January 31, 1914 ]

AN ACT APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR SUNDRY EXPENSES OF THE INSULAR GOVERNMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER THIRTY-FIRST, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

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

SECTION 1. The following sums, or so much thereof as may be respectively necessary, are hereby appropriated, out of any funds in the Insular Treasury not otherwise appropriated, in compensation for the service of the Insular Government for the fiscal year ending December thirty-first, nineteen hundred and fourteen, unless otherwise stated.

LEGISLATIVE.

THE   PHILIPPINE   COMMISSION.
For salaries as follows:
 
President, at P9,000.00 per annum
P9,000.00
Four Commissioners, at P9,000.00 per annum each
36,000.00
Four Commissioners not Secretaries of Departments, at P13,500 per annum each
54,000.00
Secretary of the Commission, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
Four private secretaries, at P2,800 per annum each
11,200.00
 
___________
Total
116,200,00

PHILIPPINE ASSEMBLY.
For salaries and wages, as follows: 
  
Speaker of the Philippine Assembly, at P16.000 per annum
16,000.000
Secretary of the Philippine Assembly, at P6,000 per annum: Provided, That in case this office becomes vacant during the recess of the Legislature by death, resignation, or other cause, the Speaker may fill the office by appointment until a successor shall have been duly elected
6,000.00
Secretary to the Speaker, at P4,800 per annum
4,800.00
Per diems of thirty pesos each to eighty Delegates for ninety days of session, and per diems of thirty pesos for the chairman of the Committee on Accounts, for each day of work and service as such during the recess of the Philippine Legislature, in case his services are expressly required by the Speaker of the Assembly, who shall fix the minimum hours of work for said chairman as well as the manner in which he shall perform his duties
P222,630.00
OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER.
One assistant private secretary, whose duties shall be performed by the chief clerk, without additional compensation.  
Another assistant private secretary, whose duties shall be performed by the sergeant at arms, without additional compensation. One chief clerk, class seven, at P3,400 per annum
3,400.00
One stenographer, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One stenographer, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One clerk, Class K, at P360 per annum
360.00
One messenger, at P420 per annum
420.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
OFFICE OF ACCOUNTS.
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One messenger, at P300 per annum
300.00
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.
Secretary's division.
 
One minute clerk, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One sergeant at arms, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One stenographer, Class E, at P1,140 per annum
1,140.00
One clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum.
720.00
One messenger, at P300 per annum
300.00
 
Chief clerk's division.
Chief clerk, class five, at P4.000 per annum
4,000.00
One stenographer, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
Two clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
One messenger, at P300 per annum
300.00
 
Stenographers for the committees.
One supervising stenographer, Class C, at P1,560 per annum
1,560.00
One stenographer, Class C, at P1,644 per annum
1,644.00
One stenographer, Class D, at P1,296 per annum
1,296.00
One stenographer, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
Four stenographers, Class F, at P960 per annum each
3,840.00
Two stenographers, Class I, at P600 per annum each.
P1,200.00

Journal division.
Chief of division, class nine, at P2,760 per annum
2,760.00
Two stenographers, class nine, P2,640 per annum each
5,280.00
One stenographer, class ten, at P2,208 per annum
2,208.00
One stenographer, Class A, at P1,848 per annum
1,848.00
One stenographer, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
Two stenographers, Class C, at P1,440 per annum each
2,880.00
One stenographer, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Bill and index division.
Chief of division, class nine,' at P2,580 per annum
2,580.00
Assistant chief of division, Class C, at P1,620 per annum
1,620.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One messenger, at P420 per annum
420.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Records division.
Chief of division, class eight, at P2,980 per annum
2,980.00
Assistant chief, Class A, at P1,800 per annum..
1,800.00
One clerk, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One clerk, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Mailing section.
One mailing and information clerk, Class I, at P660 per annum
660.00
One mailing clerk, Class K, at P360 per annum
360.00
Two mail carriers, at P300 per annum each
600.00
 
Disbursements division.
Disbursing officer, class eight, at P2,980 per annum
2,980.00
Assistant disbursing officer, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
Two clerks, Class G, at P840 per annum each
1,680.00
One clerk, Class J, at P540 per annum
540.00
One messenger, at P300 per annum
300.00
 
Supply section.
One storekeeper, Class D, at P1,200 per annum.. 1,200.00 One clerk, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
One clerk, Class K, at P360 per annum
P360.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Law division.
Chief of division, class three, at P5,400 per annum
5,400.00
One legislative clerk, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One translator, class ten, at P2,040 per annum
2,040.00
One clerk, Class C, at P1,584 per annum
1,584.00
One stenographer, Class D, at P1,260 per annum
1,260.00
One stenographer, Class D, at P1,248 per annum
1,248.00
One clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum.
720.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Library Section.
One librarian, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One messenger, at P360 per annum
360.00
One messenger, at P300 per annum
300.00
One telephone operator, at P420 per annum
420.00
 
Janitor Service.
One janitor, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
Three laborers, at P300 per annum each
900.00
Three laborers, at P240 per annum each
720.00
One chauffeur, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One porter, at P420 per annum
420.00
 
Supplementary force.
Officers appointed in accordance with Act No. 2292; employees rendering service several days before, during, and several days after a session
10,000.00
Officers and employees of other departments of the Government, who, at the request of the Assembly, of the Speaker or of the Secretary thereof, and with the consent of their respective chiefs, shall have rendered or shall render services to the Assembly
1,440.00
For such accrued leaves as may be granted to officers and employees of the Assembly, whether their compensation be on a monthly or annual rate, in accordance with Act Numbered Nineteen hundred and twenty-two
2,500.00
Total of salaries, per diems, and wages
Deduction on account of vacancies, etc.
369,238.00
3,900.00
Total available for salaries, per diems, and wages
365,338.00
CONTINGENT EXPENSES.
Traveling expenses of the Speaker while on tours of inspection in the provinces and transportation expenses in Manila
4,000.00
Traveling expenses of Delegates and their actual and necessary expenses for board and lodging in Manila until the eve of the opening of a session if they arrive in this capital by the steamer, conveyance or train immediately preceding such opening, and for such expenses of board and lodging in Manila after the adjournment of the session until the departure of the first steamer, conveyance or train for return to the province where their official residence is located
P7,100.00
Traveling expenses of the officers and employees of the Assembly; expenses of authorized investigations by the Assembly or committees or members thereof on official business
2,500.00
Rent of buildings
6,780.00
Furniture, equipment, including uniforms for officers, pages, and messengers of the Assembly; stationery; purchase of books for the library and installation of the library; purchase of means of transportation and other equipment
17,000.00
Postage, telegrams, and cablegrams, including those that the Assembly or the Speaker thereof shall address to or receive from either of the two Resident Commissioners in the United States
7,000.00
Translations, printing and binding; electric current and telephones; repairs to buildings; transportation of officers and employees; and transportation of property
30,200.00
Expenses for stationery and postage of the Delegates at the rate of P50 per annum each..
4,000.00
Repairs to furniture and means of transportation; consumption of water and ice; minor expenses and other incidental expenses
6,082.00
 
____________
Total of contingent expenses
84,662.00
Total of salaries, per diems, and wages
365,338.00
 
____________
Total for the Assembly
450,000.00
Provided, That nothing herein provided shall be construed as repealing all or part of any rules or regulations in force for the Philippine Assembly authorizing the Speaker thereof to abolish or consolidate items in the interest of the efficiency of the service, and as regards the positions herein specified to exercise the same power as that conferred upon the Governor-General by section 20 of Act No. 1698.

PRIVATE SECRETARIES TO THE RESIDENT
COMMISSIONERS TO THE UNITED STATES.

For the balance necessary over and above the amount provided by the Congress of the United States to make the salaries of two private secretaries to the Resident Commissioners to the United States P4,000 per annum each

P2,000.00
One file clerk, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
For traveling expenses for the foregoing
1,000.00
Total
7,000.00
EXECUTIVE.
For salaries, as follows:
 
Governor-General, at P27,000 per annum
27,000.00
Four Secretaries of executive departments, at P18,900 per annum each
75,600.00
Three private secretaries, one each for the Secretary of Finance and Justice, the Secretary of Commerce and Police, and the Secretary of the Interior, at 1*4,800 per annum each
14,400.00
One private secretary for the Secretary of Public Instruction, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One assistant private secretary for the Secretary of Public Instruction, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
 
_____________
Total
124,600.00
EXECUTIVE  BUREAU.
 
For salaries and wages, as follows:
 
Executive Secretary, P13,500 per annum
13,500.00
Secretary to the Governor-General, P10,000 per annum
10,000.00
Second, Third, and Fourth Assistant Executive Secretaries, who shall be appointed by the Governor-General with the advice and consent of the Philippine Commission, at P8,000 per annum each
24,000.00
One Special Agent, to be appointed by the Governor-General with the advice and consent of the Philippine Commission, at P8,000
per annum
8,000.00
 
Office of the chief clerk.
Chief clerk, P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
Assistant chief clerk, P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Three clerks, class five, at P4,000 per annum each
12,000.00
Two clerks, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
7,200.00
Three clerks, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
9,600.00
Seven clerks, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
19,600.00
Four clerks, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
9,600.00
One clerk, class ten, at P2,100 per annum.
2,100.00
One clerk, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
Two clerks, at P1,668 per annum each
3,336.00
One clerk, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
Three clerks, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
3,240.00
Two clerks, Class F, at P960 per annum each
1,920.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
P840.00
Two clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
One clerk, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
One clerk, Class K, at P360 per annum
360.00
One clerk, Class K, at P360 per annum
360.00
Eight special messengers, at P480 per annumeach
3,840.00
Five messengers, at P360 per annum each
1,800.00
Five messengers, at P300 per annum each
1,500.00
Six messengers, at P240 per annum each
1,440.00
One telephone operator, at P540 per annum
540.00
One telephone operator, at P420 per annum
420.00
One caretaker of Malacanan Palace.
3,000.00
 
Division of archives, patents, copyrights and trade-marks.
Chief of division, whose duties shall be performed by the Second Assistant Executive Secretary.
Two clerks, at P2,796 per annum each
5,592.00
One clerk, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, class ten, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One clerk, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
Two clerks, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
2,400.00
Three clerks, at P1,188 per annum each
3,564.00
One clerk, at P708 per annum
708.00
One clerk, at P588 per annum.
588.00
One clerk, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
One clerk, at P420 per annum
420.00
Two messengers, at P300 per annum each
600.00
 

Division of legislative records.

Chief of division, whose duties shall be performed by the Secretary of the Commission without additional compensation. Assistant chief of division, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One clerk, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Two messengers, at P360 per annum each
720.00
 
Translating division.
Chief of division, at P7,000 per annum
7,000.00
Assistant chief of division, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, at P3,000 per annum
3,000.00
One clerk, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One messenger, at P360 per annum
360.00
 
Miscellaneous division.
Chief of division, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Assistant chief of division, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One clerk, at P1,992 per annum
1,992.00
Two clerks, Class A, at Pl,800 per annum each
3,600.00
Two clerks, at Pl,560 per annum each
3,120.00
Three clerks, Class C, at Pl,440 per annum each
P4,320.00
One clerk, at PI,140 per annum
1,140.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One special employee, at P720 per annum
720.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One clerk, at P588 per annum
588.00
Three clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
1,440.00
One messenger, at P360 per annum
360.00
 
Provincial division.
Chief of division, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One clerk, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One clerk, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One clerk, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, at PI,680 per annum
1,680.00
One clerk, at Pi,560 per annum
1,560.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
Five clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
3,600.00
Two clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
One messenger, at P300 per annum
300.00
 
Records division.
Chief of division, at P5,000 per annum.
5,000.00
Assistant chief of division, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One clerk, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
Two clerks, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
4,800.00
One clerk, at Pl,920 per annum
1,920.00
One clerk, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One clerk, at P1,188 per annum
1,188.00
One clerk, Class E, at Pi,080 per annum
1,080.00
Two clerks, Class F, at P960 per annum each
1,920.00
Three clerks, Class G, at P840 per annum each
2,520.00
Two clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
Three clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,800.00
One clerk, at P588 per annum
588.00
Four clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
Five special messengers, at P480 per annum each
1,920.00
2,400.00
One messenger, at P420 per annum
420.00
Two messengers, at P240 per annum each
480.00
 
Custodian force.
One janitor, at P1,824 per annum
1,824.00
Two watchmen, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
One laborer, mechanic, at P840 per annum
840.00
One laborer, mechanic, at P600 per annum
600.00
Two laborers, at P360 per annum each
720.00
Ten laborers, at P300 per annum each
3,000.00
Four laborers, at P240 per annum each
960.00
 

Miscellaneous.

For per diems of ten pesos each for the officers of the Army and Navy detailed as aides-decamp to the Governor-General
7,300.00
For accrued leaves and temporary employees
38,440.00
Total of salaries and wages
355,808.00
Purchase and repair of office furniture, equipment and supplies
P21,830.00
Transportation of officers, employees, and supplies; hire of transportation from the city of Manila; street-car tickets and emergency transportation and per diems
60,000.00
Advertising and subscriptions to newspapers
24,916.00
Cablegrams, postage, and telegrams
15,815.00
Printing and binding
30,000.00
Janitor supplies, including ice and water; electric lighting, telephone rent
6,620.00
For a fund to be expended in the discretion of the Governor-General
30,780.00
For official and contingent expenses in connection with the residences of the Governor-General
9,000.00
Miscellaneous expenses and incidental expenses (maintenance)
15,000.00
Provided, That any unexpended balance under any item of contingent expense may be used to increase the amounts under other headings of contingent expenses, provided that the total of such increases shall not exceed fifteen per centum of the total amount appropriated for contingent expenses for the Executive Bureau.
_____________
Total of contingent expenses
213,961.00
Total of salaries and wages
355,808.00
 
_____________
Total for Executive Bureau
569,769.00
 
============
BUREAU OF AUDITS.

Salaries and wages.

 
Insular Auditor, at P12,000 per annum
12,000.00
Deputy Insular Auditor, at P7,500 per annum
7,500.00
One Assistant Auditor, at P7,000 per annum
7,000.00
One Assistant Auditor, at P6,500 per annum
6,500.00
One chief district auditor, at P7,000 per annum
7,000.00
One chief accountant, class one, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
Three clerks, class two, at P5,500 per annum each
16,500.00
Six clerks, class three, at P5,000 per annum each
30,000.00
Seven clerks, class four,- at P4,500 per annum each
31,500.00
Eight clerks, class five, at P4,000 per annum each
32,000.00
Eleven clerks, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
39,600.00
Six clerks, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
19,200.00
Three clerks, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
8,400.00
Three clerks, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
7,200.00.
Three clerks, Class B, at PI,680 per annum each
P5,040.00
Nine clerks, Class C, at PI,440 per annum each
12,960.00
Seven clerks, Class D, at PI,200 per annum each
8,400.00
Sixteen clerks, Class E, at PI,080 per annum each
17,280.00
Twelve clerks, Class F, at P960 per annum each
11,520.00
Twelve clerks, Class G, at P840 per annum each
8,440.00
Twenty-two clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each.
15,840.00
Thirty-four clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
20,400.00
Thirty clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
14,400.00
Two messengers, at P300 per annum each
600.00
Four messengers, at P240 per annum each
960.00
 
___________
Total of salaries and wages
346,240.00
Deduction for vacancies
28,619.20
 
___________
Total available for salaries and wages.
317,620.80
 
==========

CONTINGENT  EXPENSES.

Purchase and repair of office furniture and equipment

12,000.00
Traveling expenses of district auditors and sundry transportation expenses26,200.00
Printing and binding14,000.00
Janitor service and office expenses, including stationery, blanks, telegrams, street-car tickets, and other incidental expenses19,800.00
 ___________
Total of contingent expenses72,000.00
Total of salaries and wages317,620.80
 ___________
Total for Bureau of Audits389,620.80
 ==========
BUREAU OF CIVIL SERVICE.
Salaries and wages, as follows: 
Director, at P7,600 per annum
7,600.00
One Assistant Director, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
One examiner, class two, at P5,500 per annum
5,500.00
One examiner, class two, at P5,500 per annum
5,500.00
One examiner, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500:00
Two examiners, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
6,400.00
One examiner, Class C, at Pl,560 per annum
1,560.00
One examiner, Class C, at PI,560 per annum
1,560.00
One employee, Class C, at Pl,560 per annum
1,560.00
Two employees, Class C, at Pl,440 per annum each
2,880.00
One stenographer, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
P1,440.00
One employee, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One employee, Class D, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
Two employees, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
2,400.00
One employee, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One employee, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
Two employees, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
2,160.00
Three employees, Class F, at P960 per annum each
2,880.00
One employee, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
Two employees, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
Two employees, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
Two employees, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
One messenger, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
Three messengers, at P360 per annum each
1,080.00
Two messengers, at P360 per annum each
720.00
Wages of special examiners
200.00

__________
Total of salaries and wages
64,620.00
Deduction for vacancies
3,640.00
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages
60,980.00
 
=========
CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.

For office equipment and furniture, including repairs, purchase of books and office supplies

1,400.00
Transportation of officers, employees, and supplies, and hire of transportation from the city of Manila, street-car tickets, cablegrams, postage, and telegrams2,900.00
Printing and binding 3,000.00
Care and maintenance of office buildings, rent of telephones, and incidental expenses for any other items not included above2,200.00
 __________
Total for contingent expenses9,500.00
Total for salaries and wages60,980.00
 __________
Total for the Bureau of Civil Service70,480.00
 =========

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

BUREAU OF HEALTH.

For salaries and wages, as follows:
 
Office of the Director.
Director of Health, per annum
10,800.00
One Assistant to the Director of Health, per annum
4,800.00
 
Clerical division.
One chief clerk, per annum
4,000.00
One stenographer, per annum
3,600.00
One stenographer, per annum
2,800.00
One chief of records, per annum
P3,200.00
One clerk, per annum
2,800.00
One clerk, per annum
2,800.00
One clerk, per annum
1,080.00
One clerk, at P40 per month
480.00
One clerk, per annum
960.00
One clerk, per annum.
594.00
One clerk, per annum.
480.00
One clerk, at P40 per month
480.00
Two clerks, at P30 per month each
720.00
Six messengers, at P30 per month each
2,160.00
One chief of accounts, per annum
2,800.00
One clerk, at P100 per month
1,200.00
One clerk, per annum
840.00
One clerk, per annum
840.00
One clerk, per annum
720.00
One clerk, per annum
1,800.00
 
Sanitary engineering division. 
One chief sanitary engineer, per annum.
6,000.00
One assistant sanitary engineer, per annum
3,200.00
One clerk, per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, per annum
600.00
One sanitary inspector, per annum
2,400.00
Two sanitary inspectors, at P2,280 each per annum
4,560.00
One assistant sanitary inspector, at P50 per month
600.00
One junior draftsman, per annum
1,020.00
One junior draftsman, at P50 per month
600.00
One clerk, at P40 per month
480.00
One messenger, at P30 per month
360.00
 
Statistical division.
One chief of division, per annum
5,000.00
One clerk, per annum
2,800.00
One clerk, per annum
1,440.00
One clerk, per annum
1,440.00
One clerk, per annum.
1,140.00
One clerk, per annum
720:00
One clerk, per annum
480.00
One messenger, at P30 per month
360.00
 
Property division.
One chief of division, per annum
4,000.00
One assistant chief, per annum
2,400.00
One inventory clerk, per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, per annum
600.00
One clerk, per annum
480.00
One clerk, per annum
420.00
One clerk, per annum
360.00
One messenger, at P30 per month
360.00
One chauffeur, P45 per month
540.00
One employee, at P40 per month
480.00
Four laborers, at P30 per month each.
1,440.00
 
Inspection and general service division.
One Assistant Director of Health, per annum
7,125.00
One medical inspector, per annum
5,400.00
Pour medical inspectors, at P4,000 per annumeach
16,000.00
Three junior medical inspectors, at P2,000 per annum each
P6,000.00
Six junior medical inspectors, at P1,800 per annum each
10,800.00
One junior medical inspector, per annum
1,668.00
One district health officer, per annum
5,000.00
Three district health officers, at P4,000 per annum each
12,000.00
One district health officer, per annum
3,400.00
Two district health officers, at P3,200 per annum each
6,400.00
Two district health officers, at P3,000 per annum each
6,000.00
Three district health officers, at P2,800 per annum each
8,400.00
Three district health officers, at P2,700 per annum each
8,100.00
One district health officer, per annum
2,600.00
Twelve district health officers, at P2,400 per annum each
28,800.00
One district health officer, per annum
2,000.00
One clerk, per annum
3,200.00
One sanitary inspector, per annum
2,400.00
One chauffeur, at P65 per month
780.00
One clerk, per annum
480.00
One messenger, at P30 per month
360.00
 
Station A.
One medical inspector, per annum
4,000.00
Three municipal physicians, at P125 per month each
4,500.00
Two sanitary inspectors, at P 2,280 per annum each
4,560.00
Three assistant sanitary inspectors, at P720 per annum each
2,160.00
Eighteen assistant sanitary inspectors, at P50 per month each
10,800.00
Three assistant sanitary inspectors, at P40 per month each
1,440.00
Two assistant sanitary inspectors, at P30 per month each
720.00
 
Station C.
One medical inspector, per annum
4,000.00
Two municipal physicians, at P125 per month each
3,000.00
Two sanitary inspectors, at P2,280 per annum each
4,560.00
Two assistant sanitary inspectors, at P60 per month each
1,440.00
Ten assistant sanitary inspectors, at P50 per month each
6,000.00
Two assistant sanitary inspectors, at P40 per month each
960.00
Five assistant sanitary inspectors, at P30 per month each
1,800.00
 
Station I.
One medical inspector, per annum
4,000.00
One municipal physician, at P125 per month
1,500.00
One sanitary inspector, per annum
P2,280.00
Two assistant sanitary inspectors, at P60 per month each
1,440.00
Twelve assistant sanitary inspectors, at P50 per month each
7,200.00
Two assistant sanitary inspectors, at P40 per month each
960.00
Five assistant sanitary inspectors, at P30 per month each
1,800.00
 
Station J.
One medical inspector, per annum
4,000.00
One municipal physician, at P125 per month
1,500.00
Two sanitary inspectors, at P2,280 per annum each
4,560.00
Two assistant sanitary inspectors, at P60 per month each
1,440.00
Nine assistant sanitary inspectors, at P50 per month each
5,400.00
Two assistant sanitary inspectors, at P40 per month each
960.00
Five assistant sanitary inspectors, at P30 per month each
1,800.00
 
Station L.
One medical inspector, per annum
4,000.00
One municipal physician, at P125 per month
1,500.00
One sanitary inspector, per annum
2,280.00
Two assistant sanitary inspectors, at P60 per month each
1,440.00
Eight assistant sanitary inspectors, at P50 per month each
4,800.00
Two assistant sanitary inspectors, at P40 per month each
960.00
Five assistant sanitary inspectors, at P30 per month each
1,800.00
 
Central Free Dispensary:
One pharmacist, in charge, at P150 per month
1,800.00
One practicante, at P70 per month
840.00
One clerk, at P40 per month
480.00
One employee, at P35 per month
420.00
 
Disinfecting service.
One chief disinfector, per annum
2,400.00
Two assistant disinfectors, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
One assistant disinfector, at P50 per month
600.00
Six assistant disinfectors, at P40 per month each
2,880.00
 
Vaccinators.

For vaccinators at not to exceed P30 per month each and chief vaccinators at not to exceed P50 per month each

20,000.00
 
Emergency employees.
For the hire of necessary employees for the suppression of epidemic diseases and for other temporary and emergency purposes
30,000.00
 
San Lazaro Hospital ivision.
One medical inspector, in charge (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
P4.800.00
One house physician, per annum
2,400.00
One chief nurse (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), per annum
2,040.00
Three nurses (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), atP1,560 per annum each
4,680.00
Eight nurses (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), at P720 per annum each
5,760.00
One female attendant (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), at P20 per month
240.00
Seven hospital attendants (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), at P1,440 per annum each
10,080.00
One matron, at P48 per month
576.00
One seamstress, at P20 per month
240.00
Six laundresses, at P15 per month each
1,080.00
One superintendent (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
2,800.00
One clerk (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
600.00
One pharmacist (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
1,200.00
One foreman (steam laundry), with subsistence and quarters, at P120 per month
1,440.00
Two watchmen (with subsistence and quarters), P90 per month each
2,160.00
Two carpenters, at P48 per month each
1,152.00
One cook (with subsistence and quarters), at P60 per month
720.00
One cook (with subsistence and quarters), at P40 per month
480.00
One employee (with subsistence and quarters),. at P40 per month
480.00
One engineer, at P40 per month
480.00
One crematory inspector (with subsistence and quarters), at P30 per month
360.00
Three assistant cooks, at P30 per month each
1,080.00
One driver, at P40 per month
480.00
One servant, at P25 per month
300.00
Twelve servants, at P20 per month each
2,880.00
Twenty-five servants, at P15 per month each
4,500.00
Four laborers, at P25 per month each
1,200.00
(All the above with subsistence and quarters.)
Four laborers, at P20 per month each.
960.00
Twelve leper police, at P0.20 per day each (with subsistence and quarters)
876.00
Six leper nurses (with subsistence and quarters), at P3 per month each
216.00
One morgue attendant (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
1,440.00
 
Southern Islands Hospital division.
One chief of division, without salary. (See Inspection Division.)
One medical officer, in charge of eye and ear department, without salary
One chief nurse (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), per annum
P2,040.00
Two nurses (with subsistence, quarters and laundry), per annum, each, P1,440
2,880.00
One nurse, operating (with subsistence, quarters and laundry), per annum
1,020.00
Eight nurses (with subsistence, quarters and laundry), at P720 per annum each
5,760.00
One interne (with subsistence, quarters and laundry), per annum
1,200.00
One superintendent and cashier (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
2,400.00
One pharmacist (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
1,080.00
One clerk (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
420.00
One clerk (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
600.00
One cook (with subsistence and quarters), at P50 per month
600.00
One carpenter (with subsistence and quarters), at P40 per month
480.00
Three attendants (with subsistence and quarters) , at P35 per month each
1,260.00
One assistant cook (with subsistence and quarters), at P30 per month
360.00
One messenger (with subsistence and quarters), at P15 per month
180.00
One watchman (with subsistence and quarters), at P20 per month
240.00
Twelve muchachos (with subsistence and quarters), at P5 per month each
2,160.00
 
Culion leper colony division.
One chief (with quarters only), per annum
6,000.00
One physician (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), per annum
2,600.00
Two chaplains (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), at P150 per month each
3,600.00
One assistant to chaplain (with subsistence and quarters), without salary. Sisters of Charity (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry)
7,200.00
Steward and special disbursing officer for the colony (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
2,800.00
One assistant steward (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
2,000.00
One clerk, per annum
960.00
One clerk, per annum
840.00
One cook, at P70 per month
840.00
One baker, at P50 per month
600.00
Two assistant bakers, at P30 per month each
720.00
Two servants, at P15 per month each.
360.00
Five servants, at P12 per month each
720.00
Two servants, at P10 per month each
240.00
One laundryman, at P10 per month
120.00
One foreman-carpenter, at P266.66 per month
3,200.00
One assistant foreman, at P200 per month
2,400.00
One engineer and plumber, at P60 per month
720.00
One assistant engineer, at P30 per month
P360.00
One sanitary inspector, at P50 per month
600.00
Two sailors, at P12 per month each
288.00
(All the above with subsistence and quarters.)
One laborer-foreman, at P40 per month
480.00
Twenty laborers, at P12 per month each
2,880.00
One gardener, at P12 per month
144.00
One orderly, at P12 per month
144.00
(All the above with subsistence and quarters.)
One leper foreman, at P50 per month
600.00
One storekeeper, at P40 per month
480.00
One assistant storekeeper, at P20 per month
240.00
One leper cook, at P40 per month
480.00
One leper cook, at P20 per month
240.00
One leper encargado, at P10 per month
120.00
One leper plumber, at P10 per month
120.00
One leper capataz, at P10 per month
120.00
Five leper kitchen attendants, at P6 per month each
360.00
Eight leper kitchen attendants, at P3 per month each
288.00
One leper crematory attendant, at P5 per month
60.00
Eight leper employees, at P5 per month each
480.00
One sergeant, leper police, at P10 per month
120.00
Fifteen leper attendants, at P5 per month each
900.00
Ten leper attendants, at P3 per month each
360.00
Two leper sanitary inspectors, at P5 per month each
120.00
Three leper sanitary inspectors, at P3 per month each
108.00
One leper cemetery caretaker, at P3 per month
36.00
Twenty leper police, at P3 per month each
720.00
Two leper laundresses, at P3 per month each
72.00
Two leper laundrymen, at P3 per month each
72.00
Ten leper laborers, at P3 per month each
360.00
Eight leper servants, at P1 each per month
96.00
Four leper attendants, at P0.15 per day each
219.00
For temporary employees for emergencies
800.00
 
Prison Sanitation division.
One medical inspector, per annum
4,500.00
One medical inspector, per annum
2,000.00
One nurse (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), per annum
1,800.00
One nurse (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), per annum
1,560.00
One interne, at P120 per month
1,440.00
One hospital attendant (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
1,440.00
One pharmacist, per annum
1,560.00
One practicante, at P60 per month (with subsistence and quarters)
720.00
Three practicantes, at P45 per month each (with subsistence and quarters)
1,620.00
 
Baguio Hospital division.
One medical inspector, in charge (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
4,000.00
One superintendent, cashier and chief nurse, per annum
P2,400.00
Two nurses, at P1,440 per annum each
2,880.00
One nurse, at P1,020 per annum
1,020.00
Six nurses, at P720 each per annum
4,320.00
(The above with subsistence, quarters, and laundry.)
One pharmacist-clerk, at P60 per month (with subsistence and quarters)
720.00
One cook (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), at P70 per month
840.00
One employee, at P15 per month
180.00
One employee, at P14 per month
168.00
Five employees, at P12 per month each
720.00
Three employees, at P10 per month each
360.00
For the hire of temporary employees for emergencies
100.00
(All the above with subsistence and quarters.)
 
Bontoc Hospital division.
Chief of Bontoc Hospital division and district health officer, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One resident physician and surgeon and assistant district health officer, at P3,600 per annum, with subsistence and quarters
3,600.00
One superintendent, cashier, and housekeeper, at P2,400 per annum, with subsistence, quarters, and laundry
2,400.00
One chief nurse, at P1,920 per annum, with subsistence, quarters, and laundry
1,920.00
Two nurses, at P1,440 per annum each, with subsistence, quarters, and laundry
2,880.00
Two nurses, at P780 per annum each, with subsistence, quarters, and laundry
1,560.00
Two nurses, at P720 per annum each, with subsistence, quarters, and laundry
1,440.00
One pharmacist, at P1,080 per annum, with subsistence and quarters
1,080.00
Two employees, at P720 per annum each, with subsistence and quarters
1,440.00
One employee, at P940 per annum, with subsistence and laundry
940.00
Thirteen employees, at P12 per month each, with subsistence and quarters, per annum
1,872.00
 
Butuan Hospital division.
Chief of Butuan Hospital division and district health officer, Agusan Province, at P3.600 per annum
3,600.00
One house doctor, at P2,400 per annum, with subsistence, quarters, and laundry
2,400.00
Two nurses, at Pl,440 per annum each, with subsistence, quarters, and laundry
2,880.00
One pharmacist and clerk, at P1,080 per annum, with subsistence and quarters
1,080.00
Five employees, at P12 per month each, with subsistence and quarters
720.00
One employee, at P600 per annum, with subsistence and quarters
600.00
 
Health work in Nneva Vizcaya, Mountain Province, and Agusan.
District health officer, at P3,600 per annum
P3,600.00
For the hire of sanitary inspectors and temporary employees
11,280.00
One hospital attendant, at P720 per annum, with subsistence, quarters, and laundry
720.00
One nurse, at P720 per annum, with subsistence, quarters, and laundry
720.00
 
Sibul Springs Sanitarium division.
One physician, m charge, at P150 per month
1,800.00
One bath attendant, at P20 per month
240.00
Three bath attendants, at P15 per month each
540.00
 
Antitubercidosis campaign.
One nurse, per annum
2,400.00
One nurse, per annum
1,200.00
(All the above with subsistence, quarters, and laundry.)
Two employees, at P30 per month each
720.00
 
PHILIPPINE GENERAL HOSPITAL DIVISION.
 
Administration.
One superintendent (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), per annum
5,500.00
 
Main office.
Cashier and assistant superintendent (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), per annum
3,200.00
One stenographer and record clerk, per annum
2,800.00
One assistant cashier and bookkeeper (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
1,400.00
One clerk (with one-third subsistence), per annum
840.00
One clerk (with one-third subsistence), per annum
720.00
Two typewriters, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
One messenger, at P25 per month
300.00
One helper, at P22 per month
264.00
 
Information division.
One information clerk, at P120 per month
1,440.00
One information clerk, at P100 per month
1,200.00
One information clerk, at P60 per month
720.00
(The above with subsistence and quarters.)
Ten messengers, at P25 per month each
3,000.00
Four doormen, at P25 per month each
1,200.00
Three telephone operators, at P30 per month each
1,080.00
 
Clinical record division.
Four typewriters, at P600 per annum each
2,400.00
One male helper, at P22 per month
264.00
 
Clinical record division.
Four typewriters, at P600 per annum each
2,400.00
One male helper, at P22 per month
264.00
 
Professional care, including dispensaries.
One medical electrician, per annum
P4,000.00
One inspector, obstetrical department (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), per annum
4,000.00
Internes (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry.) Superintendent of training school and chief nurse, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One assistant chief nurse,at P2,040 per annum.
2,040.00
Three nurses, at P2,040 per annum each
6,120.00
Three nurses, at P1,650 per annum each
4,950.00
Nine nurses, at P1,440 per annum each
12,960.00
One dentist, at P1,680 per annum
1,680.00
One matron, at P1,620 per annum
1,620.00
One matron, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
Thirteen nurses, at P1,020 per annum each
13,260.00
Forty-nine nurses, at P720 per annum each
35,280.00
Fifteen post-graduates, at P30 per month each
5,400.00
(All the above with subsistence, quarters, and laundry.)
Twenty-six male helpers, at P20 per month each (with subsistence)
6,240.00
Five male helpers, at P30 per month each.
1,800.00
Two male helpers, at P38 each per month
912.00
Three male helpers, at P40 per month each
1,440.00
 
Pharmacy.
One registered pharmacist, per annum
1,440.00
One assistant pharmacist (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
960.00
One prescription clerk (with subsistence and quarters), at P50 per month
600.00
One prescription clerk (with subsistence and quarters), at P50 per month
600.00
One ticket seller, at P30 per month
360.00
Six male helpers, at P25 per month each
1,800.00
 
Free dispensary.
One typewriter, per annum
480.00
Two clerks, at P30 per month each
720.00
Two male helpers, day shift, at P20 per month each
480.00
One male helper, night shift, at P22 per month.
264.00
 
Mecharncal department.
One electrician and mechanical engineer, per annum
2,100.00
One assistant electrician and mechanical engineer, per annum
1,200.00
One mechanic for garage department, per annum
720.00
One mechanic for compressor machine (with subsistence and quarters), at P30 per month
360.00
Two elevator boys, at P25 per month each
600.00
 
Ambulance department.
Two ambulance drivers, at P45 per month each
1,080.00
Six ambulance drivers, at P40 per month each.
2,880.00
Four litter bearers, at P30 per month each (with subsistence and quarters)
P1,440.00
 
Property division.
One property clerk (with subsistence and quarters), per annum
2,400.00
One assistant property clerk, per annum
840.00
One typewriter, per annum
480.00
One storeroom boy, at P35 per month
420.00
One instrument sharpener, at P30 per month
360.00
Two male helpers, at P25 per month each
600.00
 
Repair department.
One carpenter, at P47 per month
564.00
One carpenter, at P45 per month
540.00
One painter, at P45 per month
540.00
 
Commissary storeroom.
One commissary clerk (with subsistence), per annum
960.00
Two male helpers, at P25 per month each
600.00
 
Main kitchen and dictist department.
One dietist (with subsistence, quarters and laundry), per annum
1,680.00
One chief cook (with subsistence and quarters), at P70 per month
840.00
One night cook (with subsistence), at P30 per month
360.00
 
Dish-washing room.
Three male helpers (with subsistence), at P17 per month each
612.00
One female helper (with subsistence), at P14 per month
168.00
 
Range room.
Three male helpers (with subsistence), at P17 per month each
612.00
Two female helpers (with subsistence), at P17 per month each
408.00
 
Preparation room and butcher shop.
One male helper (with subsistence), at P25 per month
300.00
Three male helpers (with subsistence), at P15 per month each
540.00
 
Cold storage room.
Two male helpers (with subsistence), at P17 per month each
408.00
 
Physicians' dining room.
Three male helpers (with subsistence), at P20 per month each
720.00
 
Garbage platform.
Two male helpers (with subsistence), at P15 per month each
360.00
 
Taft Avenue Nurses' Home
One assistant cook (with subsistence and quarters) , at P60 per month
720.00
Five male helpers, at P25 per month each
P1,500.00
Two male helpers, at P20 per month each
480.00
 

Male nurses' dormitory.

Four male helpers (with subsistence), at P15 per month each
720.00
 
Grounds and driveways.
Three male helpers, at P30 per month each
1,080.00
Four gardeners, at P40 per month each
1,920.00
 
Linen and laundry department.
One sewing woman, at P30 per month
360.00
One sewing woman, at P26 per month
312.00
Two linen checkers, at P25 per month each
600.00
Four male helpers, at P22 per month each
1,056.00
 
Capataz department.
One capataz (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry)
720.00
One assistant capataz (with subsistence and quarters), at P40 per month
480.00
 
Night-shift male helpers.
Five male helpers, at P22 per month each
1,320.00
 
Commutation of salaries.
For commutation of salaries of employees of Philippine General Hospital on leave
3,500.00
 
Philippine Training School for Nurses.
Sixty pupil nurses (seniors), at P0 per month each
14,400.00
Sixty pupil nurses (juniors), at P18 per month each
12,960.00
One hundred pupil nurses (probationers), at P16 per month each
19,200.00
Ten male helpers, at P17 per month each (with subsistence)
2,040.00
One matron, female pupils' dormitory (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), per annum
1,020.00
One monitor, boys' dormitory (with subsistence, quarters, and laundry), per annum
1,020.00
Two cooks (with subsistence and quarters), at P30 per month each
720.00
One night watchman, at P60 per month
720.00
One night watchman, at P30 per month
360.00
 
___________
Total for salaries and wages
862,788.00
Deduction for vacancies
174,159.20
 
___________
Total available for salaries and wages
688,628.80
 
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CONTINGENT EXPENSES.

For the division of sanitary engineering

1,920.00
For the division of charities:
 San Jose Hospital; maintenance of 300 orphans and insane persons
44,000.00
 Santa Isabel College, for orphans of Spanish officers (obligation taken over from the Spanish Government)
2,496.00
   

For the division of charities—Continued.

 Asylum of San Vicente de Paul, at Looban, Paco, for orphans
P3,600.00
 Asylum de Jaro, Iloilo; for orphans
3,000.00
 For the Tuberculosis Sanatorium and Tuberculosis Dispensary
1,000.00
 Medicine for the poor furnished to the Hospitals of Saint Luke and Saint Paul, at P1,000 each
2,000.00
 Medicine furnished to San Juan de Dios Hospital
1,200.00
 Aid to Christian Mission Hospital
600.00
 Medicines for the indigent
5,000.00
For Central Free Dispensary (medicines)
4,500.00
Sanitary stations:
 Station A
1,500.00
 Station C
1,755.00
 Station I
1,525.00
 Station J
1,561.00
 Station L
1,500.00
For the disinfecting brigade
12,500.00
For the vaccination division:
 Two million units of vaccine virus
20,000.00
 Ice for preserving virus
440.00
 
 
For the San Lazaro Hospital division:
 Maintenance of hospital
 Insane department
 Tuberculosis department
84,000.00
 Leper department
 Contagious disease department
   
For the Southern Islands Hospital division
50,000.00
For the Culion leper colony division
320,000.00
For the prison sanitation division
9,000.00
For the Baguio Hospital division
28,000.00
For the Bontoc Hospital, Butuan Hospital, and health work in Nueva Vizcaya, Mountain Province, and Agusan
43,000.00
For the Philippine General Hospital division
200,405.60
For the Philippine Training School for Nurses:
 For subsistence of Training School, with 220 pupil nurses
P47,654.40
 For laundry for 220 pupil nurses, at P27.50 per year each
6,072.00
 For general incidental expenses, such as fuel, housekeeping supplies, drugs, breakage, and wear and tear of equipment, etc.
24,090.00
77,816.40
   
For Boards of Examiners
   
1,700.00
For commutation of leaves
20,000.00
For suppression of epidemic diseases
8,000.00
For postage, telegrams, cablegrams
1,400.00
For street-car tickets
4,180.00
For post-office box
32.00
For transportation of employees to and from the United States
3,000.00
For freight (general)
   
2,250.00
For water transportation
10,000.00
For telephones (general)
560.00
For maintenance and repairs
5,000.00
For Sibul Springs
500.00
For serums, vaccine, antitoxin, etc.
4,000.00
For vaccination division, general expense
2,000.00
For traveling expenses
12,100.00
For commutation of bicycle transportation
1,000.00
For stationery and office supplies
2,800.00
For transportation, general
2,000.00
For printing and binding, general
10,000.00
For miscellaneous expenses
32,998.54
   
____________
Total contingent expenses
1,045,839.54
Total salaries and wages
688,628.80
   
____________
Total for the Bureau of Health
1,734,468.34
Amounts received on account of transfer of medical and surgical supplies at cost to other branches of the Government shall be credited to this appropriation and shall be available for the purposes thereof.

The Director of Health shall have the following powers in expending the sums made available in this and other appropriation Acts:

For the payment of gratuities in the discretion of the Director of Health to inmates of leper hospitals or colonies; to provide subsistence and quarters for inmates of hospitals, plants, or camps for communicable diseases, and for other persons entitled thereto; for the commutation of subsistence, quarters, or laundry at rates to be approved by the Secretary of the Interior, in lieu of subsistence, quarters, or laundry in kind; and to require the city of Manila to pay, at rates to be approved by the Secretary of the Interior, for the maintenance of all insane persons committed after the date of this Act who shall have resided in Manila for a period of one or more years prior to the date of application for commitment, so long as the number of insane maintained at the expense of the Insular Government on account of the city of Manila shall exceed the latter's pro rata share of such persons on a basis of population; to furnish transportation and subsistence to Sisters of Charity and chaplains to and from Culion; that in the event of the marriage of any female inmate of a charitable institution who is maintained at the expense of the Government, a dowry equal to the expense of maintenance for two years may be paid to her from this appropriation, in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior; to furnish subsistence and quarters to medical officers and employees when assigned to duty by the Director of Health in institutions maintained by the Bureau of Health; the Director of Health, subject to the approval of the proper head of department or of the Board of Regents of the University of the Philippines, as the case may be, may require the services, without additional compensation, of any medical officer or employee in the Government service; the Director of Health, after competitive examination to be prescribed by him, may employ internes, and the provisions of Act Numbered Sixteen  hundred  and  ninety-eight  shall  not  apply  to  suchpositiuons, and the actual and necessary traveling expenses may be paid from place of residence to after two years' satisfactory service, the actual traveling expenses may be paid from Manila appointment; any medical officer or employee, detailed by the Director of Health for duty in any of the Bureau of Health, may be allowed substance and quarters and laundry; all persons serving in aotoy hospital of the Bureau of Health are under the direction of the Director of Health; the charges of the Baguio Hospital, as fixed by law prior to November first, nineteen ftramdred and five, may thereafter be changed by the Director of Health with the approval of the Secretary of the Interior; the Director of Health is hereby authorized, under such regulations and conditions as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe, to establish, and, until specifically repealed by statute, to maintain a general store for the purpose of furnishing merchandise required by the residents of the Culion leper colony, and for the purchase of supplies, and the reimbursement of services which such residents may, ander the authority of the Secretary of the Interior, supply or render such colony; upon the request of the Director of Health, medical officers and employees rendering services In hospitals of the Insular Government shall be furnished subsistence, quarters, and laundry in kind at the expense of the hospital or other institution where said medical officer or employee may be assigned to duty; the sanitary inspectors of the Bureau of Health shall be on the same basis as to pay and promotion as patrolmen and firemen of the police and fire departments of the city of Manila: entrance salary, P1,800 per annum; after one year's service, P1,992; after two years' service, P2,160; after three years' service, P2,280; to pay the actual and necessary traveling expenses of indigent persons transferred to or from hospitals of the Bureau of Health; the salaries and wages that are advanced for officials and employees when reimbursed to the Bureau of Health shall not be regarded as receipts but shall be deposited to the credit of the salaries and wages account of the Bureau of Health.

BUREAU   OF   LANDS.
For salaries and wages, as follows:
Office of the Director.

One Director, at P10,800 per annum
P10,800.00
One clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
 
Office of the Assistant Director.
Assistant Director, at P7,125 per annum
7,125.00
One clerk, class eight, at P2.80.0 per annum
2,800.00
 
Office of the chief clerk.
Chief clerk, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
Two messengers, at P360 per annum each
720.00
One office boy, at P300 per annum
300.00
One office boy, at P240 per annum
240.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Law division.
One clerk, class three, at P5,000 per annum
P5,000.00
One clerk, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
Two clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
 
Records division.
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Three clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
1,440.00
 
Property division.
One clerk, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
One clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Two clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
One clerk, Class K, at P360 per annum
360.00
 
Office of the bookkeeper.
One clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
Two clerks, Class G, at P840 per annum each
1,680.00
Two clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
 
Public lands division.
One clerk, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Three clerks, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
10,800.00
Two clerks, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
5,600.00
One clerk, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
Four clerks, Class A, at P1,800 per annum each
7,200.00
Two clerks, Class C, at P1,440 per annum each
2,880.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
Two clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
One clerk, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
One clerk, Class K, at P420 per annum
420.00
 
Friar lands division.
One clerk, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One clerk, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One clerk, Class B, at P1,680 per annum
1,680.00
Three clerks, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
3,600.00
Three clerks, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
3,240.00
Five clerks, Class G, at P840 per annum each
4,200.00
Two clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
Four clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
2,400.00
Two clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
One clerk, Class K, at P360 per annum
360.00
 
Surveying and drafting division.
One clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One clerk, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, class ten, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One clerk. Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One clerk, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
Two clerks, Class G, at P840 per annum each
1,680.00
One clerk. Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Three clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
1,440.00
Four clerks. Class K, at P360 per annum each
1,440.00
One chief surveyor, class one, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
One assistant chief surveyor, class two, at P5,500 per annum
5,500.00
One topographer, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Three surveyors, class four, at P4,500 per annum each
13,500.00
Eight surveyors, class five, at P4,000 per annum each
32,000.00
Twenty-five surveyors, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
90,000.00
Two triangulators, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
7,200.00
One cartographer, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
Nineteen survevors, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
60,800.00
Six surveyors, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
19,200.00
Eight surveyors, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
22,400.00
One surveyor, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
Four surveyors, class ten, at P2,000 per annum each
8,000.00
Five surveyors, Class C, at P1,440 per annum each
7,200.00
Four surveyors, at P,320 per annum each
5,280.00
Twenty junior surveyors, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
24,000.00
Three junior surveyors, Class G, at P840 per annum each
2,520.00
Eighteen junior surveyors, Class G, at P840 per annum each
15,120.00
Twenty-two junior surveyors, Class H, at P720 per annum each
15,840.00
Seventeen junior surveyors, Class I, at P600 per annum each
10,200.00
Twenty-eight junior surveyors, at P240 per annum each
6,720.00
One chief draftsman, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One draftsman, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One draftsman, class ten, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
Four junior draftsmen, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
4,800.00
Four junior draftsmen, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
4,320.00
Eight junior draftsmen, Class F, at P960 per annum each
7,680.00
One junior draftsman, Class G, at P840 per annum
P840.00
Thirteen junior draftsmen, Class H, at P720 per annum each
9,360.00
Six junior draftsmen, Class I, at P600 per annum each
3,600.00
Twenty junior draftsmen, Class J, at P480 per annum each
9,600.00
One chief computer, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One computer, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One computer, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One computer, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One computer, class ten, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One junior computer, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One junior computer, Class B, at P1,680 per annum
1,680.00
Two junior computers, Class C, at P1,440 per annum each
2,880.00
Six junior computers, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
7,200.00
Two junior computers, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
2,160.00
Ten junior computers, Class F, at P960 per annum each
9,600.00
Eight junior computers, Class G, at P840 per annum each
6,720.00
Nine junior computers, Class H, at P720 per annum each
6,480.00
Twenty-five junior computers, Class I, at P600 per annum each
15,000.00
Seven junior computers, Class J, at P480 per annum each
3,360.00
Forty junior computers, Class K, at P360 per annum each
14,400.00
Salaries of inspectors, watchmen and laborers for irrigation ditches, chainmen, semiskilled and unskilled laborers for survey parties, and for salaries of temporary employees
150,000.00
For accrued leaves of absence
16,000.00
 
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Total salaries and wages
815,425.00


Deduction on account of vacancies
81,542.50
 
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Total available for salaries and wages
733,882.50

CONTINGENT EXPENSES.

Office furniture, drafting supplies, instruments and equipment for field parties

38,000.00
Office supplies
66,800.00
Subsistence for survey parties
75,000.00
Transportation of officers and employees, survey parties, and supplies
60,000.00
Per diems of officers and employees not members of survey parties, including appraisers for public lands and friar lands when traveling on official business
10,200.00
Postage, telegrams, and cablegrams
8,000.00
Sheriffs' fees and court costs, registers' and court fees in cases heretofore or hereafter instituted by or against the Government of the Philippine Islands affecting the public or other lands owned by the Government
1,500.00
Miscellaneous expenses and janitor service
10,000.00
Advertising lands under Act No. 926
1,600.00
Printing and binding
10,700.00
 
Rent.
For rental of offices and quarters for surveyors, friar land agents, public land inspectors, irrigation agents, and other employees of the bureau who may be detailed on special work away from their official headquarters
10,800.00
 
Repairs.
Maintenance of motor boats, automobiles, bicycles, and other transportation equipment of the bureau
3,030.00
Maintenance of surveying and miscellaneous equipment of the bureau including transits, stadia rods, range poles, furniture, packing boxes, typewriters, etc.
7,496.00
 
Allowances.
For hire of personal property of employees, including horses, motor cycles, bicycles, which is used on official business: Provided, That the Director of Lands is hereby authorized with the prior approval of the Secretary of the Interior to advance to officers and employees not to exceed one hundred and twenty-five pesos for the purchase of each native horse or four hundred pesos for the purchase of each Australian horse required for transportation, such advances to be reimbursed to the Government by monthly deductions of ten per centum in the case of the purchase of a native horse and twenty per centum in the case of the purchase of an Australian horse from the officers' and employees' salaries, and for such advances this appropriation is hereby made available
10,200.00
 
Irrigation systems.
For the maintenance and repair of the irrigation systems of the friar lands estates to maintain them in a serviceable condition of until permanent repairs can be made; and for repairs to buildings on friar lands estates
15,000.00
 
Monuments.
For supplies and other necessary expenses connected with the establishment of boundary monuments on provincial and municipal boundaries and of survey location monuments in the various municipalities
10,000.00
 
Incidental expenses.
For the purchase of such real property as may be required to straighten and align the boundaries of real property belonging to the Government of the Philippine Islands; and the Director of Lands, upon the approval of the Governor-General, shall buy, sell, or exchange such real property as may be necessary to accomplish this purpose: incidental expenses connected with the custody of Insular Government lands; forage; and such other incidental expenses as are not covered by foregoing items
   
P3,474.00
 
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Total contingent expenses
341,800.00
Total salaries and wages
733,882.50
 
___________
Total for the Bureau of Lands
1,075,682.50
 
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BUREAU   OF   SCIENCE.
For salaries and wages, as follows:
 
Director, at P10,800 per annum
10,800.00
One chief of the biological laboratory, at P8,000 per annum
8,000.00
One chief of the division of organic chemistry and assistant to the Director, at P7,000 per annum
7,000.00
One chief of the division of general, inorganic and physical chemistry, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
One chief of the division of mines, class one, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
Superintendent of museum, at P4,500 per annum.
4,500.00
One botanist, class one, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
One bacteriologist, class one, at P6,000 per annum.
6,000.00
One pathologist, class one, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
One protozoologist, class one, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
One mining engineer, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Two bacteriologists, class three, at P5,000 per annum each
10,000.00
One bacteriologist, class three (in charge of serum laboratory), at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Two chemists, class three, at P5,000 per annum each
10,000.00
One helminthologist, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One geologist, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One entomologist, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One chemist, in charge of laboratory at Iloilo, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One chief clerk, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One ichthyologist, class four, at P4,500 per annum
P4,500.00
One chemist, class four, at P4,500 per annum..
4,500.00
Two botanists, class five, at P4,000 per annum each
8,000.00
One collector of natural history specimens, class five, per annum
4,000.00
One librarian, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One property clerk, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
Two chemists, class five, at P4,000 per annum each
8,000.00
One photographer, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One bacteriologist, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One ethnologist, assistant superintendent of museum, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One chemist, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One chief engineer, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One chemist, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One clerk, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One assistant librarian, class eight, at P3,000 per annum
3,000.00
One microscopist, class eight, at P3,000 per annum
3,000.00
One first assistant engineer, classeight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One clerk, class eight, at P2,800 per annum.
2,800.00
One chemist, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
Two chemists, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
4,800.00
Two chemists, class ten, at P2,000 per annum each
4,000.00
One clerk, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One microscopist, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One chemist, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One clerk, Class B, at P1,680 per annum
1,680.00
One clerk, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One employee, Class C, at P1,560 per annum
1,560.00
One storekeeper, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One second assistant engineer, Class D, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One third assistant engineer, Class D, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One draftsman, Class D, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
Two clerks, Class D, at P1,320 per annum each..
2,640.00
One collector of natural history specimens, Class D, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One draftsman, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
Two clerks, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
2,160.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One junior stenographer, Class G, at P900 per annum
900.00
Two employees, Class G, at P900 per annum each
1,800.00
Five employees, Class H, at P720 per annum each
3,600.00
Three employees, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,800.00
Two employees, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
Six employees, Class K, at P30 per month each.
2,160.00
For accrued leaves and laborers
40,000.00
 
__________
Total for salaries and wages
283,760.00
Deduction of ten per cent for vacancies.
28,376.00
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages
255,384.00
 
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CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.

Transportation, per diems, traveling expenses, rental of city transportation, and so forth

16,000.00
Purchase of chemicals, apparatus, supplies, small animals and feed for same, ice, distilled water, eggs, meat, milk, and so forth; alcohol, coal, oil, and so forth; for the maintenance of power plant; horses, cattle, and so forth, and feed for same, office supplies, photographic supplies, books, and subscriptions; sugar-testing laboratory
68,000.00
Telephone rentals, postage, telegrams, and cablegrams
3,500.00
Laundry and repairs to furniture, apparatus, etc.
1,200.00
Printing, purchase of current scientific reviews, collections of which have been begun by the Bureau of Science and other Government institutions, and for binding series of publications and other similar purposes, and for advertising
20,000.00
Engine repairs, incidental repairs and other similar expenses
5,000.00
Purchase and installation of museum specimens and for the hire of special assistants in preparing, classifying, and extending museum work
4,000.00
Operation of aquarium
8,000.00
 
___________
Total contingent expenses
125,700.00
Total salaries and wages
255,384.00
 
___________
Total for the Bureau of Science
381,084.00
 
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Provided, That the Bureau of Science library fund created by Act Numbered Fourteen hundred and sixteen, is hereby abolished, and all assets pertaining thereto including the net appropriated surplus shall be transferred to the appropriation for the Bureau of Science.

BUREAU OF  FORESTRY.
For salaries and wages, as follows:
 
One Director of Forestry, at P7,600 per annum
7,600.00
One Assistant Director of Forestry, at P6,650 per annum
6,650.00
One forester, at P5,500 per annum
5,500.00
One forester, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One forester, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One wood technologist, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
Six foresters, class five, at P4,000 per annum each
24,000.00
One instructor in forestry, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
Three foresters, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
10,800.00
One wood expert, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
Two forest nurserymen, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
7,200.00
Two assistant foresters, at P2,000 per annum each
4,000.00
Three rangers, Class C, at P1,440 per annum each
4,320.00
Four rangers, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
4,800.00
Five rangers, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each 5,400.00 I Three rangers, Class F, at P960 per annum each
2,880.00
One ranger, at P900 per annum
900.00
One ranger, at P840 per annum
840.00
Three rangers, Class H, at P720 per annum each
2,160.00
Seven rangers, Class I. at P600 per annum each
4,200.00
Fifteen forest guards, at P300 per annum each
4,500.00
One draftsman, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One draftsman, at P660 per annum
660.00
One draftsman, at P460 per annum
460.00
One chief clerk, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One clerk, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One clerk, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One clerk, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
Four clerks, at P840 per annum each
3,360.00
Five clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
3,600.00
One clerk, Class H, at P780 per annum
780.00
Four clerks, at P600 per annum each
2.400.00
Two clerks, at P540 per annum each
1,080.00
Three clerks, at P480 per annum each
1,440.00
Two employees, at P300 per annum each
600.00
One laborer, at P360 per annum
360.00
Seventy-one graduate rangers
52,820.00
 
Forest school.
Twenty-nine forest pensionados, class of 1914, at P300 per annum each, for three months
2,175.00
Eighteen forest pensionados, class of 1915, at P300 per annum each
5,400.00
Twenty forest pensionados, class of 1916, at P300 per annum each, for nine months
4,500.00
Two forest pensionados, at P300 per annum each
600.00
 
__________
Total salaries and wages
212,605.00
Deduction for vacancies
24,195.50
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages
188,409.50
 
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CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
Maintenance of Forest School, buildings, grounds and vicinity
P4,000.00
Equipment (permanent)
4,750.00
Field expenses, including per diems, travel, hire of laborers, etc.
35,500.00
Traveling expenses of employees outside of the Islands
900.00
Freight, and transportation of supplies
500.00
Postage and telegrams
1,700.00
Transportation in Manila
400.00
Supplies
9,025.00
Rent of provincial stations
   
1,000.00
Museum specimens
200.00
Printing and binding
2,000.00
Administration, Manila office, janitor, telephone, repair of equipment, and so forth
3,000.00
For general contingent expenses
12,000.00
 
___________
Total contingent expenses
74,975.00
Total salaries and wages
188,409.50
 
___________
Total for the Bureau of Forestry
263,384.50
 
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BUREAU OF QUARANTINE  SERVICE.
For salaries and wages, as follows:
 
For the salaries, allowances, and commutation of quarters of officers of the United States Public Health Service as provided for by the Regulations of said service
44,173.33
One chief clerk, cashier, and pharmacist at P4,400 per annum
4,400.00
One female medical inspector, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One engineer, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
Two clerks, at P2,040 per annum each
4,080.00
One clerk and disinfector, at P1,920 per annum
1,920.00
One chief disinfector, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One watchman, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
Two disinfectors, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
2,400.00
Two engineers, Class F, at P960 per annum each
1,920.00
One assistant engineer, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One vaccinator and "disinfector, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
Two disinfectors, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
One cook, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
Two clerks and disinfectors, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
Two clerks and disinfectors, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
One mechanic, at P480 per annum
480.00
Two disinfector's assistants, at P400 per annum each
800.00
One messenger, at P360 per annum
360.00
Fifteen attendants, at P360 per annum each
5,400.00
Seven employees, at P240 per annum each
1,680.00
One patron, at Pi,080 per annum
1,080.00
Two patrons, at P840 per annum each
1,680.00
One engineer, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
Two engineers, at P840 per annum each
1,680.00
One assistant engineer, at P780 per annum
780.00
One quartermaster, at P540 per annum
540.00
Two quartermasters, at P300 per annum each
600.00
Two firemen, at P540 per annum each
1,080.00
Four firemen, at P300 per annum each
1,200.00
Four sailors, at P360 per annum each
1,440.00
Six sailors, at P240 per annum each
1,440.00
For temporary employees, disinfector's assistants and laborers assisting the regular force in the disinfection work, or handling supplies, or necessitated by the presence of quarantinable diseases; and for the payment of necessary fees, not to exceed twenty pesos per vessel, to qualified physicians for quarantine inspection of vessels at ports of entry where no regular officer of the United States Public Health Service is available; and for labor for the maintenance of grounds and quarantine stations
3,000.00
 
__________
Total for salaries and wages
97,493.33
Less 10 per cent for vacancies
9,749.33
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages
87,744.00

CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
For the purchase of office furniture
300.00
For official stationery
200.00
Per diems, or traveling expenses of officers and employees traveling on official orders in the Philippines, from the United States, or in foreign countries
900.00
For transportation of supplies and employees to and from storehouse to vessels, from storehouse to launch and return of apparatus, and securing and forwarding supplies for the quarantine stations; vehicle and car fare for officers and employees
600.00
Cablegrams, postage, and telegrams
170.00
Printing and binding
400.00
Purchase of apparatus, equipment, subsistence and other supplies for the maintenance and operation of quarantine stations, and operation and repair of barges, launches, and other vessels
23,000.00
Purchase of fuel and ice
2,400.00
For repairs to buildings and wharves, including materials for same, supplies, lumber, etc.
2,000.00
Repairs to equipment and furniture
100.00
Repairs to lighting, sewer and water systems of quarantine stations
1,500.00
Rent of warehouse Manila, offices Iloilo and Cebu, telephone, and post-office boxes
1,300.00
Hire and maintenance of official transportation Manila and stations
400.00
Launch hire and towing
200.00
Uniforms for launch crews
100.00
Professional publications
60.00
For incidental and emergency expenses, ice, vaccine, laundry, and other necessary supplies or services
900.00
 
__________
Total contingent expenses
34,530.00
Total salaries and wages
87,744.00
 
__________
Total for the Bureau of Quarantine Service
122,274.00
Provided, That commutation of subsistence, fuel, and ice, at rates to be approved by the Secretary of the Interior, may be paid in lieu of subsistence, fuel, and ice in kind.

WEATHER   BUREAU
For salaries and wages, as follows:
 
One Director, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One assistant director and chief, seismic division, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One chief of meteorological division
3,600.00
One chief of astronomical division
3,600.00
One secretary, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
Four observers, at not to exceed P2,100 per annum each
8,400.00
Four calculators, Class A, at P1,800 per annum each
7,200.00
One draftsman, at not to exceed P1,560 per annum
1,560.00
One employee (chief mechanic), at not to exceed P1,560 per annum
1,560.00
One employee (chief mechanic), at not to exceed P1,560 per annum
1,560.00
Four assistant observers, Class C, at P1,440 per annum each
5,760.00
Three assistant calculators, Class G, at P840 per annum each
2,520.00
One employee (mechanic), Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
Two employees (mechanics), Class F, at P960 per annum each
1,920.00
One draftsman, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One employee (mechanic, Baguio), at not to exceed P660 per annum
660.00
Two telegraph operators, at not to exceed P960 per annum each
1,920.00
One employee (janitor), at P420 per annum
420.00
One employee (janitor), at P360 per annum
360.00
One messenger, at P420 per annum
420.00
One messenger, at P300 per annum
300.00
Eight chief observers, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
9,600.00
One assistant (Baguio), at P300 per annum
300.00
Seven assistants, at P200 per annum each
1,400.00
Ten second-class observers, Class H, at P720 per annum each
7,200.00
One second-class observer (Baguio), at P840 per annum
840.00
One seismic observer (Taal), Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One third-class observer (Yap, Carolines), Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
Twenty-five third-class observers, at P360 per annum each
9,000.00
One employee (mechanic, Taal), Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One assistant (Taal), at P240 per annum
240.00
Ten rain observers, at P180 per annum each
1,800.00
For accrued leave
500.00
Temporary observers and employees
1,000.00
 
__________
Total for salaries and wages
88,080.00

CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
Transportation of employees and supplies
2,500.00
Purchase of instruments and supplies
3,705.00
Cablegrams
1,000.00
Printing and binding
19,600.00
Telegrams and postage
67,300.00
Installation and repairs
1,500.00
Allowance to Director in lieu of transportation in Manila
360.00
Rents
9,000.00
Upkeep of launch on Lake Bombon (Taal)
500.00
Incidental expenses
1,460.00
 
__________
Total for contingent expenses
106,925.00
Total for salaries and wages
88,080.00
 
__________
Total for Weather Bureau
195,005.00
 
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DEPARTMENT   OP  COMMKHCE   AND   POLICE.

PHILIPPINE CONSTABULARY
For salaries and wages:
For difference between pay and allowances of brigadier-general and colonels, respectively, on foreign service and that of their respective ranks in the United States Army of the officers detailed as Chief and Assistant Chiefs of the Philippine Constabulary, pursuant to the provisions of the Act of Congress of the United States, entitled "An Act to promote the efficiency of the Philippine Constabulary, to establish the rank and pay of its commanding officers, and for other purposes," approved January 30, 1903, notwithstanding the provisions to the contrary contained in Act No. 1407
P27,568.08
For payment of ten per cent on the base pay and for commutation of quarters and allowances of Army officers detailed on duty with the Constabulary from July 1, 1912, to December 31, 1913
13,088.00
 
Provided, That, in the event of the vacation chiefs, appointment of the position of Chief of Constabulary by civilian, an Army officer, the Governor-General may fill the position by the appointment of a civilian, at a salary not greater than P12,000: And provided further, That, upon the vacation of the positions of assistant chiefs now occupied by Army officers, the Governor-General may fill the positions by the appointment of civilians at P7,000 per annum each.
 
Field officers.
Two colonels and assistant chiefs, at P7,000 per annum each
14,000.00
Four lieutenant-colonels and assistant chiefs, at P6,000 per annum each
24,000.00
Nineteen majors, at P4,000 per annum each.
76,000.00
 
Line officers.
Twenty-five captains, at P3,600 per annum each
90,000.00
Twenty-five captains, at P3,200 per annum each
80,000.00
Sixty-five first lieutenants, at P2,800 per annum each
182,000.00
Ninety-one second lieutenants, at P2,450 per annum each
222,950.00
 
Provided, That the officers of this rank shall receive P2,600 per annum each upon the termination of two years' continuous and satisfactory service after the date of the passage of this Act.
 
Eighty-five third lieutenants, at P2,400 per annum each
168,000.00
Additional compensation of P360 per annum for each of the officers detailed as district adjutants
1,800.00
Additional compensation of P100 per annum for each officer of the Constabulary, not a native of the Philippine Islands, who proves his ability to speak and read one of the native dialects, and to officers, natives of the Philippine Islands, who prove their ability to speak and read the English language, as provided in Act No. 1394
8,500.00
Additional compensation for senior inspectors not to exceed P60 per month in any case
23,000.00
 
Provided, That no officer shall receive additional compensation as district adjutant and senior inspector at the same time.
Additional compensation to officers who have completed five and ten years' service, under the provisions of section 4 of Act No. 1867
88,600.00
 
Enlisted men of the line.
Pay of enlisted men of the line, including the necessary complement of noncommissioned officers, in accordance with the provisions of Act No. 2237
904,024.00
 

Provided, That the number of Constabulary enlisted men of the line shall not exceed five thousand and thirty men: And provided further, That enlisted men who are to serve in any province may be selected from other provinces when the necessary number of men desired cannot be obtained in one province at the rates of pay authorized therein.


And provided further, That each enlisted man who shall reenlist within two months after his discharge by reason of expiration of term of enlistment shall receive two pesos per month additional pay for his second enlistment and one peso per month additional pay for each enlistment subsequent to his second enlistment
85,000.00
 
Band.
One conductor, with rank of captain, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One assistant conductor, at P100 per month, per annum
1,200.00
Six professors, soloists, at P60 per month each, per annum
4,320.00
Twenty-seven first-class musicians, at P45 per month each, per annum
14,580.00
Forty-six second-class musicians, at P40 per month each, per annum
22,080.00
 
Office of Chief.
One clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One messenger, at P360 per annum
360.00
 
Executive division.
One major and executive inspector, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Three clerks, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
10,800.00
One clerk, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One clerk, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One clerk, class nine, at P2.400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One clerk, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
Two clerks, Class G, at P840 per annum each
1,680.00
One clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
Six clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
3,600.00
Three clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
1,440.00
Three clerks, Class K, at P360 per annum each
1,080.00
One messenger, at P480 per annum
480.00
Three messengers, at P360 per annum each
1,080.00

Inspectors' division.

Per diems of P12 for each of the United States Army officers detailed as inspectors for Constabulary, per annum
P4,380.00
 
Information division.
One colonel and Assistant Chief, superintendent, at P7,000 per annum
7,000.00
One assistant superintendent, not over the rank of major, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
Two clerks, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
6,400.00
One clerk, at P540 per annum
540.00
One technical assistant, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One agent, at P3,800 per annum
3,800.00
One agent, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One agent, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
Two agents, at P1,600 per annum each
3,200.00
One agent, at P1,400 per annum
1,400.00
Three agents, at P1,200 per annum each
3,600.00
One agent, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
Four agents, at P900 per annum each
3,600.00
Two agents, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
Four agents, at P480 per annum each
1,920.00
One messenger, at P360 per annum
360.00
 
Supply division.
One major and chief supply officer, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One major and property officer, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One clerk, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
Two clerks, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
6,400.00
One clerk, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One clerk, Class B, at P1,680 per annum
1,680.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
Three clerks, Class G, at P840 per annum each
2,520.00
Nine clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
6,480.00
Three clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,800.00
Nine clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
4,320.00
One ordnance storekeeper, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One shipper, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One corral foreman, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One storekeeper, at P1,486.75 per annum
1,486.75
One assistant storekeeper, at P782.50 per annum
782.50
One assistant ordnance storekeeper, at P782.50 per annum
782.50
Hire of unskilled laborers
16,000.00
 
Medical division.
One lieutenant-colonel and superintendent, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
Six captains and surgeons, at P4,000 per annum each
24,000.00
Six first lieutenants and medical inspectors, at P3,600 per annum each
21,600.00
Six second lieutenants and medical inspectors, at P3,200 per annum each.
19,200.00
Ten sergeants, at P33 per month each
3,960.00
Fifteen corporals, at P28 per month each
5,040.00
Seventy-five privates, at P20 per month each
18,000.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
 
Headquarters, District of northern Luzon.
One clerk, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One janitor, atP300 per annum
300.00
For hire of agents as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed P400
400.00
 
Headquarters, district of central Luzon.
Two clerks, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
5,600.00
One clerk, Class K, at P420 per annum
420.00
For hire of agents as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed P3,000
3,000.00
 
Headquarters, district of southern Luzon.
One clerk, class seven, at P3,200 per annum.
3,200.00
Ont clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One corral foreman, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
Three teamsters, at P20 per month each, per annum
720.00
One janitor, at P240 per annum
240.00
Hire of agents as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed P1,400
1,400.00
 
Headquarters, district of Visayas.
Two clerks, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
5,600.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One corral foreman, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
One janitor, at P204 per annum
204.00
One driver, at P216 per annum
216.00
One driver, at P360 per annum
360.00
One messenger, at P180 per annum
180.00
Hire of agents as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed P1,200
1,200.00
 
Headquarters, district of Mindanao.
One clerk, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
Two clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
One corral foreman, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One janitor, at P240 per annum
240.00
One teamster, at P900 per annum
900.00
Hire of agents as required from time to time, at varying rates of pay, not to exceed P300
300.00
 
Miscellaneous.
For accrued leaves of absence
14,882.61
For hire of emergency clerical labor, provided that additional compensation shall not be paid hereunder, and for the hire of temporary employees
6,500.00
 
____________
Total of salaries and wages
2,378,484.44
Deduction for vacancies
123,674.22
 
____________
Total available for salaries and wages
2,254,810.22
 
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CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
Purchase of material and manufacture of clothing and equipage, including allowances to arms' enlisted men for clothing not drawn in kind.
237,600.00
 
Provided, That articles of clothing, equipage, and equipment 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.
 
Purchase, repair, and preservation of arms, ammunition, equipments and musical instruments
49,000.00
For allowances and commutation for offices and quarters, under the provisions of Acts Nos. 706 and 807.
34,662.08
For rent of offices, guardhouses, arsenals, barracks, storehouses, stables, and telephones
34,985.76
For construction and necessary repairs of temporary buildings
17,249.24
For fuel, illuminating, and cleaning supplies
20,000.00
For transportation of officers, enlisted men, employees; travel of enlisted men upon their discharge to place of enlistment, and for transportation and subsistence of persons necessarily required by the Chief and Assistant Chiefs in the transaction of public business, subiect to approval by the Secretary of Commerce and Police
122,000.00
For transportation of supplies
50,000.00
For forage, veterinary attendance, medicine, shoeing, and incidentals for animals
29,000.00
Purchase and repair of motorcycles, purchase and repair of harness, wagons, etc., and for the purchase and hire of draft and riding animals
24,000.00
Purchase of motor boats and boat supplies, including gasoline or petroleum engines for installation in small boats owned by the bureau
19,000.00
For the subsistence of officers and employees while traveling under orders
25,000.00
For street-car tickets
1,000.00
 
Provided, That the subsistence and traveling expenses of officers and the traveling expenses of enlisted men on escort duty shall be paid by the Philippine Constabulary, and not by the bureau or province at whose request the escort is furnished, notwithstanding the provisions to the contrary contained in section one of -transportation of Act Numbered Four hundred and four: And prisoners, provided further, That the Philippine Constabulary shall pay the cost of transportation of prisoners from the place of arrest to the place where they are turned over to the province or to a court official for trial, and that thereafter, and until turned over to the Bureau of Prisons, all necessary transportation shall be paid by the province concerned: And provided further, That forage in kind and shoeing 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 forage may be sold at cost price to any officer of the Constabulary on his certificate that it is for his personal use.

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 of Constabulary; for expenses connected with the deportation of vagrants; for the payment of rewards leading to the capture and conviction of brigands and other criminals, authorized under the provisions of Act Numbered Five hundred and twenty-two as amended; for the discovery and prevention of crime
P20,000.00
For the subsistence of enlisted men, except members of the Constabulary Band, at the rate of twenty-one centavos per diem
361,711.35
For the subsistence of cargadores, municipal police, and volunteers operating under the Constabulary
2,000.00
For the subsistence of prisoners and destitute witnesses
3,500.00
For the subsistence of enlisted men, officers and other employees of the Insular Government, and officers and enlisted men of the United States Army sick in Constabulary hospitals, at forty centavos per diem each
2,500.00
 
Provided, That all collections, at rates fixed by the Chief of Constabulary, for the treatment of employees of the Government and employees and members of the United States Army, excepting enlisted men of the Constabulary, shall be deposited in the Insular Treasury as a credit to the general funds: And provided further, That, when subsistence of enlisted men is lost through unavoidable causes, the Secretary of Commerce and Police may authorize upon proper evidence being submitted, reimbursement to the company sustaining such loss.

Purchase and repair of office furniture and equipment
P11,500.00
Purchase of stationery and supplies
33,250.00
For payment to the Insular Treasury of premiums on officials' bonds
1,500.00
For newspapers and professional books
1,000.00
Postage and telegrams
20,000.00
Printing and binding
10,000.00
Expenses in connection with the reorganization, government, and inspection of municipal police as provided in Act Numbered Twenty-one hundred and sixty-nine
3,175.00
For hire of launches and cutters
35,000.00
Medical treatment of officers and enlisted men under the provisions of Acts Numbered Nineteen hundred and twenty-five and Twenty-one hundred and twenty
3,500.00
For medical, surgical, and hospital supplies, including hospital laundry work
11,700.00
Burial of officers, enlisted men, and secret service agents, including the purchase of cemetery lots
1,500.00
For ice, distilled water, and laundry of office towels, and other incidental expenses
4,000.00
For other contingent expenses
10,000.00
For maintenance from July first to December thirty-first, nineteen hundred and fourteen, of the five additional companies authorized by Act Numbered Twenty-two hundred and eighty-nine
36,000.00
For additional expenses of the Constabulary Academy
24,000.00
 
Provided, That the Chief of Constabulary is hereby authorized to appoint from amongst candidates who have graduated from the University of the Philippines or a college or higher institute approved by the Government, officer-students or cadets, the number of which shall not exceed one hundred, with a pension of not to exceed thirty-five pesos a month each, and free transportation from Manila to Baguio and return, who shall be obliged to follow a course of probational instruction in the Constabulary Academy for a period of six months, obtaining thereafter the appointment of third lieutenant of Constabulary those students who shall be approved in this competition, which shall comprehend proficiency in their studies, conduct, physical condition, and military aptitude and efficiency: Provided further, That the right to nominate such cadets shall be apportioned as follows: One by each member of the Philippine Assembly; three by the Governor-General, and two by each member of the Philippine Commission, with the exception of the President.

For each cadetship the person having the right of nomination shall propose three eligibles, from amongst whom the Chief of Constabulary shall select the one he deems most suitable.

 
____________
Total of contingent expenses
1,259,333.43
Total of salaries and wages
2,254,810.22
 
____________
Total for Bureau of Constabulary
3,514,143.65
 
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BUREAU OF PUBLIC WORKS.
For salaries, wages, and other expenses, as follows:

Administrative division.
One Director of Public Works, per annum
13,000.00
One Assistant to the Director, per annum
7,000.00
One chief accountant, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One cashier and disbursing officer, per annum
5,000.00
One property clerk, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One record clerk, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One Second Assistant to the Director, per annum
4,500.00
One clerk, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One clerk, class six, per annum
3,600.00
Four clerks, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
12,800.00
Three clerks, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
8,400.00
Five clerks, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
12,000.00
One clerk, class ten, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One clerk, Class C, at P1,674 per annum
1,674.00
Two clerks, Class C, at P1,668 per annum each
3,336.00
One clerk, Class C, at P1,560 per annum
1,560.00
One law clerk, at P1,500 per annum
1,500.00
One watchman, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One clerk, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One clerk, Class D, per annum
1,200.00
Three clerks, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
3,240.00
Three clerks, Class F, at P960 per annum each
2,880.00
One clerk, at P900 per annum
900.00
Seven clerks, Class G, at P840 per annum each
5,880.00
Two clerks, Class H, at P780 per annum each
1,560.00
One assistant storekeeper, Class H, at P780 per annum
780.00
Ten clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each....
7,200.00
Three assistant storekeepers, Class H, at P720 per annum each
2,160.00
One clerk, at P660 per annum
660.00
Six clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
3,600.00
Two clerks, at P594 per annum each
1,188.00
Three clerks, at P540 per annum each
1,620.00
One junior compositor, at P540 per annum
540.00
Eleven clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
5,280.00
One messenger, at P480 per annum
480.00
Two assistant storekeepers, at P480 per annumeach
960.00
One messenger, at P420 per annum
420.00
One clerk, Class K, at P420 per annum..
420.00
Five clerks, Class K, at P360 per annum each
1,800.00
Two messengers, Class K, at P360 per annum each
720.00
One assistant storekeeper, at P360 per annum
360.00
Two messengers, at P300 per annum each
600.00
Seven messengers, at P240 per annum each
1,680.00
Six clerks, Class K, at P240 per annum each
1,440.00
 
Division of automobiles and machinery.
One automobile superintendent, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One clerk, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One driver, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
Three drivers, Class G, at P840 per annum each
2,520.00
One driver, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
 
Division of architecture.
One consulting architect, at P10,000 per annum, from February 16, 1914
8,750.00
One assistant architect, at P7,000 per annum
7,000.00
Two architectural draftsmen, class one, at P6,000 per annum each
12,000.00
Three junior draftsmen, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
3,600.00
 
Designing division.
One chief designing engineer, at P12,000 per annum
12,000.00
One hydraulic engineer, at P7,000 per annum
7,000.00
One designing engineer, at P8,000 per annum
8,000.00
One designing engineer, at P8,000 per annum
8,000.00
One assistant engineer, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
Two assistant engineers, class two, at P5,500 per annum each
11,000.00
Four assistant engineers, class three, at P5,000 per annum each
20,000.00
Three architectural draftsmen, class three, at P5,000 per annum each
15,000.00
Three architectural draftsmen, class four, at P4,500 per annum each
13,500.00
Three assistant engineers, class four, at P4,500 per annum each
13,500.00
One chief draftsman, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
Four assistant engineers, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
14,400.00
One building inspector, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One division clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
Two architectural draftsmen, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
6,400.00
Two architectural draftsmen, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
4,800.00
Two draftsmen, at P1,450 per annum each
2,900.00
One draftsman, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
Four junior draftsmen, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
4,800.00
Two junior draftsmen, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
2,400.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
Three junior draftsmen, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
3,240.00
Two draftsmen, Class F, at P960 per annum each
1,920.00
Five draftsmen, at P900 per annum each
4,500.00
Two draftsmen, at P780 per annum each.
1,560.00
Two draftsmen, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
Six clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
4,320.00
Two draftsmen, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
Two draftsmen, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
One clerk, at P588 per annum
588.00
One messenger, at P360 per annum
360.00
 
Constructing division.
One chief constructing engineer, at P12,000 per annum
12,000.00
Three senior supervising engineers, class one, at P7,000 per annum each
21,000.00
One structural engineer, at P7,000 per annum
7,000.00
One highway engineer, at P7,000 per annum
7,000.00
One superintendent of artesian wells, at P6,500 per annum
6,500.00
Three district engineers, class one, at P6,000 per annum each
18,000.00
Ten district engineers, class three, at P5,000 per annum each
50,000.00
One assistant engineer, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One assistant superintendent of artesian wells, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Six district engineers, class four, at P4,500 per annum each
27,000.00
One compiler of statistics, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One assistant engineer, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
Two district superintendents of artesian wells, class four, at P4,500 per annum each
9,000.00
Eight district engineers, class five, at P4,000 per annum each
32,000.00
One district superintendent of artesian wells, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
Two clerks, class five, at P4,000 per annum each
8,000.00
One general foreman, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One electrical engineer, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
Four district engineers, at P3,000 per annum each
12,000.00
One clerk, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One machinery inspector, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One plumber, at P3,400 per annum
3,400.00
Four overseers, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
12,800.00
One inspector, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One shop foreman, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One bookkeeper, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One overseer, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One cement tester, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
. 1,440.00
One dictaphone typist, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
Two photographers, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
2,400.00
One dredge captain, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One stenographer, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One janitor, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
Two clerks, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
2,160.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
Two clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
One foreman, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
Six clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
3,600.00
Three foremen, Class J, at P480 per annum each
1,440.00
One messenger, at P480 per annum
480.00
Two clerks, Class K, at P360 per annum each
720.00
Three messengers, at P360 per annum each
1,080.00
Three watchmen, at P360 per annum each
1,080.00
For the hire of such acting district engineers as may be required from time to time to serve during the absence of district engineers on accrued leave
20,000.00
 

Miscellaneous.

For accrued leave and for salary allowances to employees appointed outside the Philippine Islands
50,000.00
For the payment for a period not exceeding six months from the date this Act takes effect of the salaries of employees necessary for the reorganization of the Bureau of Public Works in accordance with this Act and whose present positions are abolished
40,000.00
 
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Total of salaries and wages
774,636.00
 
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Provided, That on the vacation thereof by the present incumbents the salary of the position of Director of Public Works shall beP12,000 per annum and those of the positions of chief designing engineer and chief constructing engineer shall be P11,000 per apum each.
CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
For expenses of personnel when traveling on official business
20,000.00
For the transportation of personnel when traveling on official business
30,000.00
For stationery, postage, and telegrams
16,000.00
For office furniture and accessories
6,650.00
For general office supplies
2,850.00
For operation of blue-printing department, including blue prints, plans, drafting, and blueprinting supplies
23,000.00
For operation of Manila auto service
12,000.00
For telephones
2,850.00
For laundry, ice, water, and sewer service
3,000.00
For electric current
6,750.00
For rent
14,750.00
For janitor services, supplies, and repairs
9,150.00
For rental of equipment
1,400.00
For inter and intra-city transportation
9,800.00
For miscellaneous charges and supplies
20,000.00
For the maintenance of land transportation equipment
24,000.00
For the maintenance of stationary machinery
10,000.00
For the maintenance of portable machinery, tools, and equipment
12,000.00
For the maintenance of furniture and fixtures
5,000.00
For the purchase of equipment
20,000.00
For the Philippine Exposition
8,000.00
For salaries, wages, and other expenses incidental to moving the office of the port works division of the Bureau of Navigation to the Bureau of Public Works
1,000.00
For printing and binding
25,000.00
 
___________
Total for contingent expenses
283,200.00
Total for salaries and wages
774,636.00
 
___________
Total for salaries and wages, and contingent expenses for Bureau of Public Works
1,057,836.00

DIRECT CHARGES.

For direct operating charges, including superintendence, labor, materials, and all other items properly entering into the direct cost of authorized projects undertaken by the Bureau of Public Works, not to exceed four million pesos: Provided, That the total herein appropriated for administrative expenses and direct charges shall be offset by the automatic reversion to the general unappropriated surplus of all income and receipts of whatever nature resulting from the correct allocation of costs to each project: Provided, however, That when the services of the Bureau of Public Works in connection with any provincial or municipal project are purely administrative or supervisory, the charges for said services shall be computed upon the basis of not to exceed three per centum of the total cost of said project: And provided further, That in case the amount thus derived is insufficient to cover the cost of said services, the difference shall be borne by the appropriation for the Bureau of Public Works.

MISCELLANEOUS.

All Insular and provincial public works projects shall be carried out under the supervision of the Bureau of Public Works unless otherwise directed by the Secretary of Commerce and Police.

Officers and employees of the Bureau of Public Works assigned to duty outside of the city of Manila who have heretofore been entitled to quarters and subsistence may, during a period of such assignment, be allowed quarters in kind and subsistence, in accordance with the following schedule; those receiving a salary of less than one thousand eight hundred pesos per annum under temporary appointment, thirty pesos per month, those receiving a salary of one thousand eight hundred pesos or more per annum under regular appointment, one peso and eighty-three centavos per day; those receiving a salary of one thousand eight hundred pesos or more per annum under temporary appointment, sixty pesos per month.

Employees of the Bureau of Public Works shall be entitled to medicines and medical attendance while engaged on any authorized public works at places where usual medical attendance is not accessible and the Director of Public Works may, subject to the approval of the Secretary of Commerce and Police, appoint such physicians at fixed monthly salaries as may be, in his judgment, for the best interest of the service, when such medical attendance and supplies cannot be furnished by the Bureau of Health or the Bureau of Constabulary.

The subsistence and traveling expenses of district engineers assigned to provinces and projects, as well as medicine and medical attendance for such personnel, supplying them with suitable office quarters, office furniture, supplies and other local office expenses, shall be paid from the funds available for authorized work within the province, under accounting regulations to be prescribed by the Insular Auditor.
Maintenance of port works and navigation channels.
Maintenance of Manila Harbor and Pasig River to Bridge of Spain, together with appurtenant wharves and walls
175,000.00
Maintenance of channel of Iloilo River, together with appurtenant wharves and walls
35,000.00
Maintenance of Cebu Harbor, together with appurtenant wharves and walls
10,000.00
Maintenance of Manila esteros
50,000.00
Maintenance of miscellaneous harbors not specifically set forth above
5,000.00
Maintenance of Pasig River from Bridge of Spain to Laguna de Bay
10,000.00
Maintenance of Cagayan River channel
15,000.00
Maintenance and repair of lighthouses
60,000.00
 
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Total
360,000.00
 
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Maintenance, alteration, and repair of public, buildings. 
For maintenance, alteration, and repair of public buildings, to be allotted in the discretion of the Secretary of Commerce and Police
P130,000.00
 
Maintenance and operation of Panay automobile line.
For the maintenance and operation of the Panay Automobile Line, to be allotted in the discretion of the Secretary of Commerce and Police: Provided, That all receipts from operation may, in the discretion of the Secretary of Commerce and Police, be reallotted for the maintenance and operation of said automobile line
15,000.00
 
Registration and regulation of motor vehicle traffic.

For registration and regulation of motor vehicle traffic and the licensing of operators of motor vehicles; for salaries, wages, and other expenses, as follows:
Superintendent of licenses and permits, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Examiner, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
Clerk, at P8,600 per annum
3,600.00
Clerk, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
Clerk, at P720 per annu
720.00
Messenger, at P360 per annum 
360.00
For contingent expenses, including the furnishing of number plates, the printing of licenses, the purchase of office supplies, the purchase, rental, repair and maintenance of equipment, and miscellaneous expenses
4,000.00
 
__________
Total
17,800.00
All moneys received for permits and licenses and all other moneys received as the result of the operations of Act Numbered Twenty-one hundred and fifty-nine, and Acts of the Philippine Legislature amendatory thereof, shall be covered into the general fund of the Insular Treasury for appropriation in the same manner as other Insular revenues.

SUMMARY.
                                                                        
Salaries, wages, and contingent expenses
P1,057,836.00
Port works and navigation channels
360,000.00
Public buildings
130,000.00
Panay automobile line
15,000.00
Registration and regulation of motor vehicle traffic
17,800.00
 
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Total
1,580,636.00

BUREAU   OF   POSTS.
For salaries and wages, as follows:



Office of the Director.
Director of Posts: Provided, That the Director of Posts shall act as postmaster of Manila ex-officio, per annum
P10,800.00
Assistant Director of Posts, at P7,125 per annum
7,125.00
Superintendent postal division, at P6,175 per annum
6,175.00
Superintendent telegraph division, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
Chief, postal savings bank division, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
One chief clerk, class two, at P5,500 per annum 5,500.00
One disbursing officer, class two, at P5,500 per annum
5,500.00
Three clerks, class four, at P4,500 per annum each
13,500.00
One clerk, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
Five clerks, class six, at P3,600 per annumeach
18,000.00
Eight clerks, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
25,600.00
Three clerks, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
8,400.00
Three clerks, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
7,200.00
Two clerks, Class A, at P1,800 per annum each.
3,600.00
Three clerks, Class B, at P1,680 per annum each
5,040.00
Four clerks, Class C, at P1,440 per annum each
5,760.00
Four clerks, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
4,800.00
Nine clerks, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
9,720.00
Six clerks, Class F, at P960 per annum each
5,760.00
Eight clerks, Class G, at P840 per annum each
6,720.00
Ten clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
7,200.00
Twelve clerks, Class I, atP600 per annum each
7,200.00
Ten clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
4,800.00
One mechanic, at P275 per month, per annum
3,300.00
Two mechanics, at P60 per month each, per annum
1,440.00
Five mechanics, at P50 per month each, per annum
3,000.00
Five mechanics, at P40 per month each, per annum
2,400.00
Twenty-five employees, at P30 per month each, per annum
9,000.00
 
District inspectors.

One district inspector, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Three district inspectors, class four, at P4,500 per annum each
13,500.00
Four district inspectors, class five, at P4,000 per annum each
16,000.00
Five district inspectors, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
18,000.00
One district inspector, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
 
Posf offices.

One superintendent, Manila post office, class two, at P5,500 per annum
5,500.00
One cashier. Manila post office, class two, whose duties shall include the receipt and accounting in the name of the postmaster for all money which may be received in transaction of the postal, money order, telegraph, telephone, and postal savings bank business at said post office, and who shall sign, in the name of the postmaster, such accounts and official papers, including money orders, as the Director of Posts may direct, at P5,500 per annum
5,500.00
One postmaster, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
Two postmasters, class five, at P4,000 per annum each
8,000.00
Seven postmasters, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
25,200.00
Fourteen postmasters, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
44,800.00
Four postmasters, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
11,200.00
Two postmasters, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
4,800.00
Five postmasters, Class B, at P1,680 per annum each
8,400.00
Seven postmasters, Class C, at P1,440 per annum each
10,080.00
Six postmasters, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
7,200.00
Two postmasters, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
2,160.00
Seven postmasters, Class F, at P960 per annum each
6,720.00
Twenty postmasters, Class G, at P840 per annum each
16,800.00
Forty-five postmasters, Class H, at P720 per annum each
32,400.00
One hundred and seventy-five postmasters, Class I, at P600 per annum each
105,000.00
Fifteen postmasters, Class J, at P480 per annum each
7,200.00
Twenty postmasters, at not exceeding P240 per annum each
4,800.00
Forty postmasters, at not exceeding P180 per annum each
7,200.00
Sixty postmasters, at not exceeding P144 per annum each
8,640.00
Three hundred postmasters, at not exceeding P108 per annum each
32,400.00
One operator, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One operator, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
Three operators, class six. at P3,600 per annum each
10,800.00
Eight operators, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
25,600.00
Ten operators, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
28,000.00
Six operators, class nine, at P2.400 per annum each
14,400.00
Seven operators. Class G, at P1,440 per annum each
10,080.00
Eight operators. Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
9,600.00
Twelve operators. Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
12,960.00
Seven operators. Class F, at P960 per annum each
6,720.00
Seventeen operators, Class G, at P840 per annum each
14,230.00
Twenty-two operators. Class H, at P720 per annum each
15,340.00
Thirty-five operators, Class I, at P600 per annum each
21,000.00
Sixty operators. Class J, at P480 per annum each
28,800.00
One hundred operators. Class K, at P860 per annum each
36,000.00
Nine clerks, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
21,600.00
Two clerks. Class A, at P1,800 per annum each
3,600.00
Two clerks, Class B, at P1,680 per annum each
3,360.00
Ten clerks, Class C, at P1,440 per annum each
14,400.00
Seven clerks, Class D. at P1,200 per annum each
8,400.00
Twelve clerks. Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
12,960.00
Fifteen clerks, Class F, at P960 per annum each
14,400.00
Seventeen clerks. Class G, at P840 per annum each
14,280.00
Twentv-one clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
15,120.00
Forty clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
24,000.00
Thirty clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
14,400.00
One watchman, at P150 per month, per annum
1,800.00
Thirty employees, Manila post office, at P35 per month each, per annum
12,600.00
Thirty employees, Manila post office, at P30 per month each, per annum.
10,800.00
Five employees at other post offices, at P30 per month each, per annum
1,800.00
Twelve employees at other post offices, at P25 per month each, per annum
3,600.00
Twenty-five employees at other post offices, at P20 per month each, per annum
6,000.00
Fifty employees at other post offices, at P15 per month each, per annum
9,000.00
 
Mail transportation.
Postal clerks on mail trains and mail steamers, at not exceeding P2,400 per annum each
12,000.00
One foreman, Manila post office, at P225 per month, per annum
2,700.00
One driver, Manila post office, at P60 per month, per annum
720.00
Two drivers, Manila post office, at P45 per month each, per annum
1,080.00
Two drivers, Manila post office, at P35 per month each, per annum
840.00
Nine drivers, Manila post office, at P30 per month each, per annum
3,240.00
 
Construction and maintenance of telegraph and telephone lines.

Ten linemen, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
28,000.00
Fourteen linemen, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
33,600.00
Ten linemen, class ten, at P2,200 per annum each
22,000.00
Sixteen linemen, class ten, at P2,000 per annum each
32,000.00
Five linemen, Class A, at P1,800 per annum each
9,000.00
Linemen, at not exceeding P600 per annum each, and semiskilled, unskilled, and emergency labor
85,000.00
One wireless telegraph engineer, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One cable engineer, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One cable seaman, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One cable splicer, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One engineman, at P200 per month, per annum
2,400.00
Two enginemen, at P80 per month, per annum
1,920.00
Three enginemen, at P70 per month, per annum
2,520.00
Three enginemen, at P60 per month, per annum
2,160.00
 
Free delivery service.
   

Manila:

Two letter carriers, Class B, at P1,680 per annum each
3,360.00
Nine letter carriers, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
10,800.00
One letter carrier, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
One letter carrier, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
Three letter carriers, Class G, at P840 per annum each
2,520.00
Four letter carriers, Class H, at P720 per annum each
2,880.00
Ten letter carriers, Class I, at P600 per annum each
6,000.00


Other offices:

Letter carriers for other offices at rates of compensation to be fixed by the Director of Posts with the approval of the Secretary of Commerce and Police, not to exceed P100,000
100,000.00
 
Miscellaneous.

For hire of temporary employees, including twenty stamp and registry agents in Manila at not exceeding P10 per month each, per annum
20,000.00
For accrued leaves of absence
25,000.00
For salary allowance to employees appointed outside the Philippine Islands, in accordance with Act Numbered Sixteen hundred and ninety-eight
900.00
 
Total for salaries and wages
1,477,120.00
Deductions:

Vacancies                                                      P123,911.00


Charge to Postal Savings Bank                       67,000.00

Charge to permanent improvements
______________
Total deductions
200,911.00
 
___________
Total available for salaries and wages
1,276,209.00
 
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CONTINGENT EXPENSES.

Mail transportation, including railroad and transportation to and through foreign countries
330,000.00
Repair and maintenance of telegraph lines
35,000.00
Expenses of cableship repairing cables
45,000.00
Per diems, transportation, and traveling expenses of district inspectors, linemen, and other officers and employees including allowance of P20 per month for each authorized horse furnished and maintained for official transportation: Provided, That the Director of Posts is hereby authorized, with the prior approval of the Secretary of Commerce and Police, to advance from this appropriation to linemen not to exceed P125 for the purchase of each native horse or P400 for the purchase of each Australian horse or motorcycle required for transportation, such advance to be reimbursed to the Government by monthly deductions of ten per centum in the case of the purchase of a native horse and twenty per centum in the case of the purchase of an Australian horse or motorcycle from the linemen's salaries
45,000.00
Transportation of supplies
1,800.00
Cablegrams
700.00
General office and telegraph line, cable and office supplies including wire, cables, brackets, insulators, poles, etc.
76,000.00
Manufacture of stamps
5,000.00
Official transportation in city of Manila
1,100.00
Rents, lights and electric current for ventilating and power purposes
45,900.00
Telephones (rentals)
1,400.00
Printing and binding
40,000.00
Repairs to offices, furniture, and fixtures
11,000.00
Ice and water
3,100.00
Handling telegrams by commercial companies
200.00
Bond premiums paid by Bureau of Posts
4,500.00
Secret work
500.00
Other incidental expenses
3,000.00

____________
Total of contingent expenses
649,200.00
Total of salaries and wages
1,276,209.00
 
____________
Total for Bureau of Posts
1,925,409.00
 
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BUREAU OF COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY.
For salaries, wages, and other expenses as follows:
Per diems of P10 for the officer of the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey detailed as Chief of Bureau
3,650.00
One employee, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
Two employees, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
7,200.00
One employee, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One employee, at P1,936 per annum
1,936.00
One employee, at P1,500 per annum
1,500.00
One employee, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
Two employees, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
2,400.00
Three employees, at P1,188 per annum each
3,564.00
Two employees, at P1,140 per annum each
2,280.00
Three employees, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
3,240.00
One employee, at P1,020 per annum
1,020.00
Two employees,Class F,atP960 per annum each
1,920.00
One employee, at P900 per annum
900.00
Two employees,Class H,at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
One employee, at P600 per annum
600.00
One employee, at P520 per annum
520.00
Four employees, at P360 per annum each
1,440.00
Emergency employees to replace employees on leave
500.00
Commutation of accrued leave due to employees
1,500.00
Pay and rations of petty officers and crews of vessels on Insular rolls; pay of laborers in the field and special shore parties
81,000.00
Reimbursement to Bureau of Treasury for watchman maintained for the building
500.00
 
__________
Total of salaries and wages
125,630.00
 
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CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
Repairs to steamers and launches
29,000.00
Provided, That minor and emergency repairs may be made at the nearest available point when the vessels are away from Manila.
Supplies for maintenance and operation of steamers and launches, medical treatment, medicines and uniforms for petty officers and crews; purchase or hire of pack and saddle animals, camp outfits, supplies, signal lumber, and other incidental expenses
36,000.00
Purchase of office supplies, furniture, repairs, and maintenance
2,100.00
Printing, binding, map printing,' for photolithography, printing notices to mariners, photographing original maps, and so forth
3,000.00
Cablegrams, postage, telegrams, transportation, and actual subsistence of officers and employees when traveling on official business, and other incidental expenses
500.00
 
Total contingent expenses
70,600.00
Total salaries and wages
125,630.00
 
__________
Total for Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey
196,230.00
 
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BUREAU  OF  LABOR.
For salaries and wages as follows:
Office of the Director.
Director, at P6,650 per annum
6,650.00
One clerk, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
 
Office of the Assistant Director.
Assistant Director, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One clerk, at P588 per annum
588.00

Office of the chief clerk.
Chief clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
Office of the law clerk. Law clerk, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
 
Statistical division.  
Chief of division, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One assistant chief, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
Two clerks, Class K, at P360 per annum each
720.00
Office of the inspector. One inspector, Class C, at P1,560 per annum
1,560.00
 
Accoimting and property division.
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
 
Records division.
One record clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One clerk, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
 
General office.
One messenger, at P300 per annum
300.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Employment Office, Manila. Manila
One superintendent, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One assistant, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Employment Agency, Cebu, Cebu.
One superintendent, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One assistant, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One recruiting agent, Class K, at P360 per annum
360.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Employment Agency, Iloilo.
One superintendent, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One assistant, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One recruiting agent, Class K, at P360 per annum
360.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Employment agency, Vigan, Ilocos Sur.
One superintendent, Class D, at Pl,200 per annum
1,200.00
One assistant, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One recruiting agent, Class K, at P360 per annum
360.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
For accrued leaves
1,000.00
 
Total salaries and wages
41,458.00
Deduction of ten per cent for vacancies
4,145.80
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages
37,312.20
 
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CONTINGENT EXPENSES.
For the purchase and repair of equipment
960.00
For the purchase of office supplies
760.00
Transportation of officers, employees, and supplies, and per diems or allowances in lieu thereof
5,000.00
Transportation of emigrant laborers and maintenance of same
4,000.00
Street-car tickets
72.00
Cablegrams, postage, and telegrams
700.00
Printing and binding
2,200.00
Care and maintenance of office buildings
700.00
Rent of offices
1,500.00
Telephone rentals
720.00
Incidental expenses
400.00
 
_________
Total contingent expenses
17,012.00
Total salaries and wages
37,312.20
 
_________
Total for the Bureau of Labor
54,324.20
 
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CONSULTING ARCHITECT.
For the salary of the Consulting Architect, at P12,000 per annum until February 15, 1914.
   
P1,500.00
For his accrued leave and allowances
6,300.00
 
_________
Total for the Consulting Architect
7,800.00

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SUPERVISING  RAILWAY   EXPERT.
For salaries of the Supervising Railway Expert and personnel of his office for the month of January, 1914, at their present rates of compensation and for accrued leave and allowances as may be due them in accordance with law
   
15,000.00

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DEPARTMENT  OF FINANCE AND  JUSTICE.

BUREAU   OF  JUSTICE.
For salaries and wages, as follows:
Attorney-General, at P11,000 per annum..........
11,000.00
Solicitor-General, at P9,000 per annum: Provided, That in case this office is abolished in accordance with any law the amount corresponding to said office shall be available for use by the Attorney-General, with the approval of the Secretary of Finance and Justice, in the creation and maintenance of two or more assistant attorneys
9,000.00
Two assistant attorneys, at P6,650 per annum each
13,300.00
Two assistant attorneys, at P6,000 per annum each
12,000.00
One assistant attorney, at P5,500 per annum
5,500.00
Two assistant attorneys, at P5,000 per annum each
10,000.00
Two assistant attorneys, at P4,500 per annum each
9,000.00
Two assistant attorneys, at P4,000 per annum each
8,000.00
Two assistant attorneys, at P3,600 per annum each
7,200.00
One chief clerk, at P4,800 per annum
4,800.00
One clerk, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
Four clerks, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
12,800.00
Two clerks, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
4,800.00
Two clerks, class ten, at P2,000 per annum each
4,000.00
Two clerks, Class A, at P1,800 per annum each.
3,600.00
Two clerks, Class B, at P1,680 per annum each
3,360.00
One clerk, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One clerk, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One-clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
Two clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
Two clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
Two clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
Two clerks, Class K, at P360 per annum each
720.00
One clerk, at P300 per annum
300.00
One clerk, at P240 per annum
240,00
One clerk, at P300 per annum
300.00
One chief janitor, at P600 per annum
600.00
One janitor, at P300 per annum
300.00
Two janitors, at P240 per annum
480.00
For accrued leaves of absence
3,000.00
 
__________
Total of salaries and wages
142,340.00
Deduction for vacancies.
3,042.80
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages...
139,297.20
 
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CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
Purchase and repair of office equipment
2,880.00
For purchase of supplies
1,900.00
For transportation of employees and supplies
1,600.00
Per diems of officers and employees on official duty outside of Manila
1,600.00
Cablegrams, telegrams, and postage
1,000.00
Printing and binding
3,000.00
Rents
2,400.00
Other incidental expenses
4,760.00

__________
Total contingent expenses
19,140.00
Total of salaries and wages
139,297.20
 
__________
Total for the Bureau of Justice
158,437.20
 
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BUREAU   OF   CUSTOMS.
For salaries and wages as follows:
 
Office of the Insular Collector of Customs.
Insular Collector of Customs, at P10,800 per annum
10,800.00
One supervising engineer, at 7,500 per annum
7,500.00
One executive clerk, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One translator, class six, a P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
 
Cashier's division.
One cashier, class one, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
One accountant, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One teller, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One assistant teller, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
Three clerks, Class B, at P1,680 per annum each
5,040.00
Two clerks, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
2,400.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One clerk, at P840 per annum
840.00
Two clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Two clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
One clerk, Class K, at P360 per annum
360.00
Two messengers, at P20 per month each, P240 per annum
480.00
 
Board of protests and appeals.
One clerk, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One clerk, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
One clerk, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
 
Revenue cutters section.
One captain, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One mate, class ten, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One wireless operator, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One chief engineer, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One assistant engineer, class ten, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One assistant engineer, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One boatswain, at P720 per annum
720.00
One coxswain, at P480 per annum
480.00
Three quartermasters, at P360 per annum each
1,080.00
Seven sailors, at P240 per annum
1,680.00
One machinist, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One motor-boat engineer, Class I, at P660 per annum
660.00
Three oilers, Class J, at P480 per annum each
1,440.00
Six firemen, at P360 per annum each
2,160.00
One steward, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One cook, at P360 per annum
360.00
One cook, at P300 per annum
300.00
Two cabin boys, at P180 per annum each
360.00
 
Interior ports.
Coast district inspector of customs, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One clerk. Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
One clerk, at P240 per annum
240.00

Office of the Insular Deputy Collector of Customs.
Insular Deputy Collector of Customs, at P7,600 per annum
7,600.00
One clerk, class seven, P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One messenger, at P360 per annum
360.00
 
Marine division.
Deputy collector, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Two clerks, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
7,200.00
One clerk, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
Two clerks, Class D, at P1,388 per annum each
2,776.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,260 per annum
1,260.00
One clerk, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
One clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One clerk, Glass I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Two clerks, Class K, at P360 per annum
720.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Appraiser's division.
Appraiser of the port, class one, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
Assistant appraiser of the port, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Two assistant appraisers, class four, at P4,500 per annum each
9,000.00
Two assistant appraisers, class five, at P4,000 per annum each
8,000.00
Five examiners, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
18,000.00
Five examiners, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
16,000.00
Eight examiners, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
22,400.00
Two examiners, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
4,800.00
One assistant examiner, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One assistant examiner, Class C, at P1,600 per annum
1,600.00
Two assistant examiners, Class C, at P1,440 per annum each
2,880.00
Two assistant examiners, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
2,400.00
Two assistant examiners, Class F, at P960 per annum each
1,920.00
One examiner, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One stenographer, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One calculator, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
Two calculators, at P1,200 per annum each
2,400.00
One calculator, at P960 per annum
960.00
One calculator, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One calculator, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One calculator, at P720 per annum
720.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Two clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
Seven employees, at P240 per annum each
1,680.00
One messenger, at P360 per annum
360.00
Two messengers, at P180 per annum each
360.00
One weigher, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Eight weighers, Class J, at P480 per annum each
3,840.00
One clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
 
Immigration division.
Chief of division, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One stenographer, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One inspector, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
Two inspectors, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
5,600.00
One inspector, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One inspector, at P2,200 per annum
2,200.00
Two Chinese interpreters, Class D, at P1,200 per annum eac
2,400.00
One clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One employee, at P300 per annum
300.00
Two employees, at P240 per annum each
480.00
One messenger, at P180 per annum
180.00
One clerk, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
 
License division.
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
Two clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00

Hull and boiler section.
One supervising inspector, class two, at P5,500 per annum
5,500.00
One boiler inspector, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One hull inspector, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One boiler inspector, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One boiler inspector, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One clerk, Class E, at P1,080 per annum.
1,080.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
 
Office of the surveyor of the port.
Surveyor of the port, at P7,125 per annum
7,125.00
Two clerks, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
6,400.00
One clerk, Class E, at P1,080 per annum.
1,080.00
Two bay and river guards, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
One bay and river guard, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Two bay and river guards, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
One messenger, at P360 per annum
360.00

Semaphore Section.
One superintendent, at P1,260 per annum
1,260.00
One assistant superintendent, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
Three messengers, at P384 per annum each
1,152.00
 
Inspectors' division.
Deputy surveyor, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One inspector, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One inspector, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One inspector, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
Three inspectors, class ten, at P2,000 per annum each
6,000.00
Three inspectors, Class A, at P1,800 per annum each
5,400.00
Four inspectors, Class B, at PI,680 per annum each
6,720.00
One inspector, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
Three inspectors, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
3,600.00
Two inspectors, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
2,160.00
Two inspectors, Class F, at P960 per annum each
1,920.00
Two inspectors, Class G, at P840 per annum each
1,680.00
Four inspectors, Class H, at P720 per annum each
2,880.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
Twenty guards, Class I, at P600 per annum each
12,000.00
Sixty-five guards, Class J, at P480 per annum each
31,200.00
Two employees, at P360 per annum each
720.00
 
Shipping division.
Official shipping agent, class nine, at P2.400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One clerk, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
Three agents, at P360 per annum each
1,080.00
One agent, at P480 per annum
480.00
One messenger, at P192 per annum
192.00
 
Correspondence and records division.
Chief of division, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
Assistant chief of division, class seven, at P3.200 per annum
3,200.00
Two clerks, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
5,600.00
One clerk, at PI,560 per annum
1,560.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
Three clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each.
2,160.00
Three clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,800.00
Two clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
One employee, at P480 per annum
480.00
One employee, at P360 per annum
360.00
Two messengers, at P360 per annum each
720.00
Two messengers, at P300 per annum each
600.00
Two messengers, at P240 per annum each
480.00
Four messengers, at P180 per annum each
720.00
 
Statistical division.
Chief of division, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One clerk, class ten, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
Two clerks, Class B, at P1,680 per annum each
3,360.00
Two clerks, Class C, at P1,440 per annum each
2,880.00
Two clerks, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
2,400.00
Two clerks, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
2,160.00
Two clerks, Class F, at P960 per annum each
1,920.00
Two clerks, Class G, at P840 per annum each
1,680.00
Two clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
Four clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
2,400.00
One clerk, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00

 

Property division.
Property clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One employee, at P480 per annum
480.00
Two employees, at P360 per annum each
720.00
Two drivers, at P360 per annum each
720.00
One chauffeur, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
 
Harbor launch division.
One launch foreman, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One assistant launch foreman, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One patron, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
Four patrons, Class F, at P960 per annum each
3,840.00
One patron, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One patron, Class K, at P360 per annum
360.00
One engineer, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
Four engineers, Class F, at P960 per annum each
3,840.00
One engineer, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
Two engineers, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
Two assistant engineers, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
Nine firemen, at P400 per annum each
3,600.00
Four quartermasters, at P300 per annum each
1,200.00
Seventeen sailors, at P240 per annum each
4,080.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
Superintendent of building section.watchman, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One watchman, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One watchman, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Five watchmen, Class J, at P480 per annum each
2,400.00
One laborer, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One telephone operator, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One chief janitor, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
Eight janitors, at P360 per annum each
2,880.00
Two porters, at P300 per annum each
600.00
 
Iloilo Customhouse.
Collector of customs, at P7,600 per annum
7,600.00
Deputy collector of customs, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
Surveyor of customs, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One appraiser, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One clerk, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One clerk, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One inspector, Class D, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One inspector, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
.960.00
Two clerks, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
2,160.00
One clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
Five guards, Class I, at P600 per annum each
3,000.00
Eleven guards, Class J, at P480 per annum each
5,280.00
Two guards, for emergencies, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
One clerk, at P240 per annum
240.00
One messenger, at P360 per annum
360.00
Two messengers, at P300 per annum each
600.00
Two guards, at P300 per annum each
600.00
Two laborers, at P180 per annum each
360.00
One laborer, at P300 per annum
300.00
One engineer, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One patron, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One fireman, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
One sailor, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
Two sailors, at P240 per annum each
480.00
One assistant engineer, at P240 per annum
240.00
One fireman, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Cebu Customhouse.
Collector of customs, at P7,600 per annum
7,600.00
Deputy collector of customs, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
Surveyor of customs, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One appraiser, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One inspector, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One inspector, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
Two employees, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
Five guards, Class I, at P600 per annum each
3,000.00
Fifteen guards, Class J, at P480 per annum each
7,200.00
One employee, at P360 per annum
360.00
One employee, at P240 per annum
240.00
Emergency guards
1,000.00
One patron, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One engineer, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
Two firemen, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
Three sailors, at P360 per annum each
1,080.00
 
Balabac Customhousehouse.
Deputy collector of customs, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
Three boatmen, at P180 per annum each
540.00
One engineer, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
 
Miscellaneous.
For a fund to be expended in the discretion of the Insular Collector of Customs for pay of secret agents while employed in apprehending violators of the customs, immigration and revenue laws
20,000.00
For commutation of accrued leave
45,000.00
For the hire of temporary employees
10,000.00
 
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Total for salaries and wages, foregoing divisions
713,645.00
Deduction for vacancies
36,537.25
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages
677,107.75
 
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Division Of Vessels.
Chief of division
6,000.00
Chief clerk
5,000.00
One clerk, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One clerk, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One clerk, at P720 per annum
720.00
Two messengers, at P300 per annum each
600.00
One superintendent of supplies, atP4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One clerk, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One clerk, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
Two clerks, at P1,188 per annum each
2,376.00
One clerk, at P840 per annum
840.00
Two clerks, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
Four clerks, at P480 per annum each
1,920.00
Three employees, at P360 per annum each
1,080.00
One messenger, at P300 per annum
300.00
One record clerk, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, at P720 per annum
720.00
Four clerks, at P480 per annum each
1,920.00
One messenger, at P360 per annum
360.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
One marine superintendent, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One medical inspector, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One inspector of machinery, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
Four junior draftsmen, at P840 per annum each
3,360.00
One junior draftsman, at P720 per annum
720.00
One storekeeper, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One messenger, at P300 per annum
300.00
 
Commissioned force.
One captain, at P6,996 per annum
6,996.00
Three captains, at P3,960 per annum each
11,880.00
One captain, at P4,024.80 per annum
4,024.80
One captain, at P4,356 per annum
4,356.00
One captain, at P3,840 per annum
3,840.00
One captain, at P5,385 per annum
5,385.00
Four captains, at P3,600 per annum each
14,400.00
One first officer, at P3,000 per annum
3,000.00
One first officer, at P2,640 per annum
2,640.00
Eight first officers, at P2,400 per annum each
19,200.00
One second officer, at P2,040 per annum
2,040.00
One second officer, at P1,848 per annum
1,848.00
Seven second officers, at P1,680 per annum each
11,760.00
Two third officers, at P1,680 per annum each
3,360.00
Five chief engineers, at P3,200 per annum each
16,000.00
One chief engineer, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One chief engineer, at P3,520 per annum
3,520.00
Three chief engineers, at P2,040 per annum each
6,120.00
One assistant engineer, at P3,000 per annum
3,000.00
One assistant engineer, at P2,244 per annum
2,244.00
Four assistant engineers, at P2,040 per annum each
8,160.00
Two assistant engineers, at P1,680 per annum each
3,360.00
Three second assistant engineers, at P2,040 per annum each
6,120.00
One deck engineer, at P1,560 per annum
1,560.00
 
Enlisted force.
Two machinists, at P937.20 per annum each
1,874.40
Sixteen machinists, at P852 per annum each.
13,632.00
Fourteen machinists, at P840 per annum each
11,760.00
One oiler, at P792 per annum
792.00
Nine oilers, at P732 per annum each
6,588.00
Three oilers, at P720 per annum each
2,160.00
One oiler, at P805.20 per annum
805.20
Three firemen, at P409.20 per annum each
1,227.60
Twenty-four firemen, at P372 per annum each
8,928.00
Twelve firemen, at P360 per annum each
4,320.00
One coal passer, at P480 per annum
480.00
One coal passer, at P360 per annum
360.00
One coal passer, at P330.40 per annum
330.40
Four coal passers, at P276 per annum each
1,104.00
Fifteen coal passers, at P264 per annum each
3,960.00
One boatswain, at P852 per annum
852.00
One boatswain, at P528 per annum
528.00
Four boatswains, at P492 per annum each
1,968.00
Five boatswains, at P480 per annum each
2,400.00
One carpenter, at P600 per annum
600.00
One carpenter, at P528 per annum
528.00
One carpenter, at P492 per annum
492.00
Five carpenters, at P480 per annum each
2,400.00
Two quartermasters, at P432 per annum each
864.00
Two quartermasters, at ¥"420 per annum each
840.00
Three quartermasters, at P343.20 per annum each
1,029.60
Fourteen quartermasters; at P312 per annum each
4,368.00
Eighteen quartermasters, at P300 per annum each
5,400.00
Three coxswains, at P402 per annum each
1,206.00
One coxswain, at P390 per annum
390.00
One coxswain, at 1P290.40 per annum
290.40
One coxswain, at 1P303.60 per annum
303.60
Four coxswains, at P276 per annum each
1,104.00
Eight coxswains, at P264 per annum each
2,112.00
Five sailors, at P372 per annum each
1,860.00
Fifteen sailors, at P360 per annum each
5,400.00
One sailor, at P277.20 per annum
277.20
Seven sailors, at P264 per annum each
1,848.00
Fifteen sailors, at P252 per annum each
3,780.00
Eighty-five sailors, at P240 per annum each
20,400.00
One steward, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
Five stewards, at P480 per annum each
2,400.00
One steward, at P720 per annum
720.00
One steward, at P541.20 per annum
541.20
One steward, at P480 per annum
480.00
One cook, at P720 per annum
720.00
Nine cooks, at P480 per annum each
4,320.00
One second cook, at P600 per annum
600.00
Two second cooks, at P312 per annum each
624.00
One second cook, at P330 per annum
330.00
Four second cooks, at P300 per annum each
1,200.00
One pantryman, at P480 per annum
480.00
Eight mess boys, at P240 per annum each.
1,920.00
Two mess boys, at P211.20 per annum each
422.40
One mess boy, at P204 per annum
204.00
Twenty mess boys, at P192 per annum each
3,840.00
Five mess boys, at P110.40 per annum each
552.00
One steward and cook, at P600 per annum
600.00
Three engineers, at P972 per annum each
2,916.00
Two engineers, at P852 per annum each
1,704.00
Three engineers, at P840 per annum each
2,520.00
One engineer, at P660 per annum
660.00
Two engineers, at 1P612 per annum each
1,224.00
Two assistant engineers, at P492 per annum each
984.00
One assistant engineer, at P372 per annum
372.00
One patron, at 1P1,212 per annum
1,212.00
Three patrons, at P840 per annum each
2,520.00
One patron, at P960 per annum
960.00
One patron, at P732 per annum
732.00
One patron, at P720 per annum
720.00
One patron, at P612 per annum
612.00
One patron, at P600 per annum
600.00

Unassigned crew, commissioned force.
One captain, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One second officer, at P1,680 per annum
1,680.00
One chief engineer, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
Two machinists, at P852 per annum each
1,704.00
Three machinists, at P840 per annum each
2,520.00
One oiler, at P732 per annum
732.00
Three oilers, at P720 per annum each
2,160.00
Seven firemen, at P372 per annum each
2,604.00
Two firemen, at P360 per annum each
720.00
One boatswain, at P852 per annum
852.00
Two quartermasters, at P312 per annum each
624.00
Two coxswains, at P276 per annum each
552.00
One sailor, at P360 per annum
360.00
One sailor, at P252 per annum
252.00
Six sailors, at 1P240 per annum each
1,440.00
Two first cooks, at P480 per annum each
960.00
One quartermaster, at P300 per annum
300.00
One coal passer, at P264 per annum
264.00
One second cook, at P300 per annum
300.00
One mess boy, at P192 per annum
192.00
One engineer, at P840 per annum
840.00
One engineer, at P612 per annum
612.00
One assistant engineer, at P492 per annum
492.00
One oiler, at P492 per annum
492.00
One patron, at P972 per annum
972.00
 
Miscellaneous.
Cargadores
2,000.00
For temporary employees
5,000.00
For accrued leave
10,000.00
 
___________
Total for salaries and wages
424,185.80
Less twenty per cent for vacancies
84,837.16
 
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Total available for salaries and wages
339,348.64
 
Provided, That, a ten per centum increase in salaries may be paid to officers and crew on the cutter assigned to duty transporting lepers to Culion: Provided further, That the officers assigned to duty aboard the cableship "Rizal" and the cutter to be designated by the Collector of Customs as subject primarily to emergency service requirements shall be allowed two pesos per diem each for subsistence: And provided further, That funds herein appropriated may be 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.
 
Lighthouse division.
Two lighthouse inspectors, at P4,500 per annum each
9,000.00
One clerk, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One clerk, at P2,260 per annum
2,260.00
One clerk, at P720 per annum
720.00
One clerk, at P540 per annum
540.00
One messenger, at P360 per annum
360.00
Two light keepers, at P1,200 per annum each
2,400.00
One light keeper, at P960 per annum
960.00
Four light keepers, at P852 per annum each
3,408.00
Fourteen light keepers, at P852 per annum each
11,928.00
Three light keepers, at P732 per annum each
2,196.00
Thirteen light keepers, at P732 per annum each
9,516.00
Eight light keepers, at P612 per annum each
4,896.00
Ten light keepers, at P612 per annum each
6,120.00
One light keeper, at P600 per annum
600.00
Eleven light keepers, at P492 per annum each
5,412.00
Thirty-five light keepers, at P492 per annum each
17,220.00
Three light keepers, at P480 per annum each
1,440.00
Nineteen light keepers, at P372 per annum each
7,068.00
Two apprentices, first class, at P252 per annum each
504.00
Ten apprentices, first class, at P240 per annum each
2,400.00
Eight apprentices, first class, at P240 per annum each
1,920.00
Ten apprentices, second class, at P180 per annum each
1,800.00
Pay of keepers of lesser classes, boatmen, and laborers
35,000.00
Purchase of rations for employees at Ambolon, Apo Reef, Cape Engaflo, La Monja, Mataja, Ocata, San Bernardino, San Miguel, Sialat Point, Suluan, Tanguingui, Ungay Point, and such other light stations as it may in the opinion of the Collector of Customs be necessary to ration, and for newly appointed keepers and apprentices
6,000.00
 
Miscellaneous.
For temporary employees
3,000.00
For accrued leave
3,000.00
For salary allowance to employees appointed outside of the Philippine Islands
400.00
For reenlistment pay as required by Act No. 1980
3,000.00
 
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Total for salaries and wages
146,268.00
 
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Arrastre division.
Deputy surveyor, at P5,500 per annum
5,500.00
Chief wharfinger, at P4,500 per annum.
4,500.00
Wharfinger, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
Wharfinger, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
Assistant wharfinger, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
Assistant wharfinger, at P1,992 per annum
1,992.00
One clerk, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One clerk, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One clerk, at P1,188 per annum
1,188.00
Two clerks, at P960 per annum each
1,920.00
One clerk, at P840 per annum
840.00
One clerk, at P840 per annum
840.00
One clerk, at P780 per annum
780.00
Two clerks, at P588 per annum each
1,176.00
One clerk, at P360 per annum
360.00
Assistant disbursing officer, at P1,188 per annum
1,188.00
One bookkeeper, at P960 per annum
960.00
One storekeeper, at P1,560 per annum
1,560.00
Three storekeepers, at P780 per annum each
2,340.00
Three storekeepers, at P720 per annum each
2,160.00
One storekeeper, at P480 per annum
480.00
One storekeeper, at P600 per annum
600.00
One employee, at P600 per annum
600.00
One employee, at P600 per annum
600.00
Three employees, at P588 per annum each
1,764.00
One checker," at P540 per annum
540.00
Forty-four checkers, at P480 per annum each
21,120.00
Two checkers, at P420 per annum each.
840.00
Two checkers, at P360 per annum each
720.00
One messenger, at P330 per annum
330.00
One machinist, at P540 per annum
540.00
One labor foreman, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
One storekeeper, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One storekeeper, at P960 per annum
960.00
One carpenter, at P540 per annum
540.00
One engineer, at P660 per annum
660.00
Two engineers, at P540 per annum each
1,080.00
One engineer, at P480 per annum
480.00
One labor foreman, at P720 per annum
720.00
One labor foreman, at P540 per annum
540.00
Four cabos, at P480 per annum each_
1,920.00
Six cabos, at P420 per annum each
2,520.00
Eight cabos, at P360 per annum each
2,880.00
Fourteen openers, at P360 per annum each
5,040.00
Six gatekeepers, at P480 per annum each
2,880.00
One gatekeeper, at P420 per annum
420.00
Five policemen, at P480 per annum each
2,400.00
Four policemen, at P420 per annum each
1,680.00
Two policemen, at P360 per annum each
720.00
Chief of police, at P720 per annum
720.00
One chauffeur, at P720 per annum
720.00
One electrician, at P720 per annum
720.00
One electrician, at P480 per annum
480.00
One electric hoist operator, at P360 per annum
360.00
Three electric hoist operators, at P300 per annum each
900.00
Tricycle driver, at P420 per annum
420.00
One messenger, at P300 per annum.
300.00
Two messengers, at P240 per annum each
480.00
Two night watchmen, at 1P600 per annum each
1,200.00
One night watchman, at P540 per annum
540.00
Three night watchmen, at P480 per annum each
1,440.00
For payment of laborers and other persons employed by the day, and so forth
72,000.00
For extra services of regular employees
20,000.00
For accrued leave
8,000.00
 
__________
Total of salaries and wages.
205,278.00
 
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CONTINGENT EXPENSES.
Customs divisions.
Purchase and repair of office furniture, apparatus, fixtures, and supplies
24,000.00
Transportation of officers and employees and supplies, and per diems of officers and employees when traveling on official business and in the discretion of the Insular Collector of Customs, of officers and employees temporarily on duty at places other than their regular stations
20,000.00
Cablegrams, postage, and telegrams
4,500.00
Printing and binding
16,000.00
Expenses of harbor launches and customs cutters:
Fuel
28,500.00
Emergency rations
250.00
Supplies, repairs, and alterations
28,800.00
Other incidental purposes
500.00
Clothing allowance of three uniforms, three hats, and three handkerchiefs per annum for each petty officer and member of crew of said launches and cutters
   
1,000.00
Commutation of rations, officers and crew of customs cutter, January 1, 1914, to December 31, 1914:
Four officers, at P1.50 each per day
2,190.00
Two officers, at P1.00 each per day 
730.00
Thirty members of crew, at P0.35 each per day
3,577.00
A fund to be expended in the discretion of the Insular Collector of Customs for the expenses of secret agents in the detection and punishment of violators of the Customs, Immigration, and Revenue laws
15,000.00
For deportation of Chinese who failed to comply with the provisions of Act No. 702.
1,500.00
Subsistence of customs officials while on duty on board United States Army and Navy vessels
250.00
Per diems for expert testimony of merchants and services of marine officers or other persons appointed on marine examination and other boards
3,000.00
Hire and maintenance of land transportation.... 2,000.00 Hire of coolies for handling supplies, for electric lights, fuel, ice, laundry, subscriptions, telephone service, and miscellaneous court fees and other incidentals
15,000.00
 
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Total
166,797.00
 
Provided, That the funds appropriated under this heading shall be available for the purchase of medals and other rewards when authorized by resolution of the Philippine Legislature for officers and employees of the Bureau who display special bravery or render distinguished service in saving life and property: Provided, emergency repairs. That minor and emergency repairs may be made at nearest available point: Provided, That the expenditures on account of the customs service in the Moro Province shall be made under the general authority of the Insular Collector of Customs, as provided by section thirty-four of Act Numbered Seventeen hundred and ninety-two, but appropriations therefor shall be made from the funds of the Moro Province by the legislative council thereof, in accordance with the requirements of said service as indicated by the Insular Collector of Customs, upon the approval of the Secretary of Finance and Justice: And provided further, That the cost and maintenance of customs cutters and other vessels detailed for patrol in the Moro Province may be borne in whole or in part by the appropriation for the Bureau of Customs: And providde further, That the Bureau of Customs is hereby authorized to charge for service and supplies furnished to any other branch of the Government or other persons, and that the collections resulting from such charges, and the net proceeds of all receipts shall be deposited in the Insular Treasury to the credit of the general unappropriated funds: And provided further, That during the period required for the reorganization of the Bureau of Customs made necessary by the consolidation therewith of certain divisions of the Bureau of Navigation, as provided in Act Numbered Twenty-three hundred and eight, the Insular Collector of Customs, upon written authorization of the Secretary of Finance and Justice, may transfer funds hereby appropriated for one division to any or all other divisions of the Bureau of Customs: And provided further, That until the sale or lease of the marine railway and repair shop, as provided by Act Numbered Twenty-three hundred and eight, is effected, said marine railway and repair shop shall be continued in operation by the Bureau of Customs as provided by Act Numbered Twenty-three hundred and sixteen.

Arrastre division.
For purchase of supplies and equipment, repairs, indemnities for loss of cargo, electric current, telephone, and other incidental expenses: Provided, That the net surplus of the arrastre fund, as constituted by Act Numbered Eight hundred and ninety-seven, shall revert to the general, unappropriated surplus of the Government as of December thirty-first, nineteen hundred and thirteen
40,000.00
 
Division of vessels.
Repairs to buildings and structures
2,500.00
For maintenance and repair of docks, wharves, and improvements (Engineer Island and stone dock)
4,000.00
For operation, maintenance, and repair of vessels and launches exclusive of salaries and wages
245,000.00
Ordnance
500.00
Stationary machinery
500.00
Portable machinery (tools, etc.)
2,500.00
Miscellaneous equipment
500.00
Expenses of personnel (transportation of officers and supplies, per diems, etc.)
20,000.00
Office expenses
10,000.00
Incidental expenses
291,000.00
Rentals (powder magazine and post-office box; dock at Tacloban)
250.00
Subsistence for fifty-nine officers at P1 per diem and four hundred and forty-two petty officers and members of crew at P0.30 per diem
70,034.00
 
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Total
646,784.00
 
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Lighthouse division.
Purchase and repair of office furniture and equipment
600.00
Purchase of office supplies
300.00
Transportation of officers, employees and supplies
800.00
Hire of transportation from city of Manila
500.00
Street-car tickets
11.00
Per diem or allowances in lieu thereof
1,500.00
Cablegrams, postage, and telegrams.
500.00
Illuminating oil for light stations
11,400.00
Printing and binding
2,000.00
Supplies and equipment for light stations, including tools, instruments, paints, cleaning material, etc.
19,000.00
House rent for keepers not provided with dwellings
1,200.00
Repairs, maintenance, and upkeep of buoys and beacons now in position
10,000.00
And other incidental expenses including pay of watchmen, upkeep of semaphore tower on Engineer Island, maintenance of arc light at Iloilo, etc.
3,500.00
 
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 Total
51,311.00

Total of salaries, all divisions of Bureau of Customs

1,368,002.30
Total contingent expenses, all divisions of Bureau of Customs
904,892.00

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Grand total for the Bureau of Customs
2,272,894.39

BUREAU OP INTERNAL REVENUE.
For salaries and wages, as follows:
One Collector of Internal Revenue, per annum
10,800.00
One Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue, per annum
7,125.00
One chief clerk, class two, at P5,500 per annum
5,500.00
Law clerk, class one, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
Cashier, class one, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
Chief of division, class two, at P5,500 per annum
5,500.00
Two chiefs of division, class four, at P4,500 per annum each
9,000.00
One inspector of internal revenue, class three
5,000.00
One collecting agent, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One clerk, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
Three clerks, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
9,600.00
Three clerks, class ten, atP2,000 per annum each
6,000.00
Five clerks, Class A, at P1,800 per annum each
9,000.00
One clerk, ClasFourteen clerks, Class C, at P1,440 per annum each
20,160.00
One clerk, Class B ,at P1,680 per annum
1,680.00
Fifteen clerks, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
18,000.00
Eight clerks, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
8,640.00
Eighteen clerks, Class F, at P960 per annum each
17,280.00
Sixteen clerks, Class G, at P840 per annum each
13,440.00
Fifteen clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
10,800.00
Twenty-seven clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
16,200.00
Twenty-eight clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
13,440.00
Twenty-three clerks, Class K, at P360 per annum each
8,280.00
Five clerks, at P300 per annum each
1,500.00
Four messengers, at P360 per annum each
1,440.00
Four messengers, at P300 per annum each.
1,200.00
One mechanic, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One watchman, at P600 per annum.
600.00
One watchman, at P360 per annum
360.00
One janitor, at P480 per annum
480.00
One chief agent, class two, at P5,500 per annum
5,500.00
One assistant chief agent, class three
5,000.00
Three agents, at P4,500 per annum each
13,500.00
Five agents, at P4,000 per annum each
20,000.00
Twelve agents, at P3,600 per annum each
43,200.00
Nine agents, at P3,200 per annum each
28,800.00
Twenty-three agents' assistants, at P1,200 per annum each
27,600.00
Ten agents' assistants, at P900 per annum each
9,000.00
Storekeepers
50,000.00
Temporary employees
9,000.00
Accrued leaves of absence
10,000.00
 
__________
Total for salaries and wages
444,625.00
Deduction for vacancies
10,019.50
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages
434,605.50
 
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CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
For transportation of supplies and employees, including allowance of twenty pesos per month each to agents in the provinces for each authorized horse furnished and maintained by said agents for official transportation: Provided, That the Collector of Internal Revenue is hereby authorized, with the prior approval of the Secretary of Finance and Justice, to advance from this appropriation to agents not to exceed one hundred and twenty-five pesos for the purchase of each native horse or four hundred ' pesos for the purchase of each Australian horse or motorcycle required for transportation, such advance to be reimbursed to the Government by monthly deductions of ten per centum in case of the purchase of a native horse and twenty per centum in case of the purchase of an Australian horse or motorcycle from the agents' salaries
40,500.00
Forage
500.00
Office expenses
10,000.00
Printing and binding
45,000.00
Street-car tickets, postage, telegrams, cablegrams, and telephones
13,000.00
Bond premiums
2,500.00
Maintenance and repairs
4,000.00
Miscellaneous expenses
10,000.00
Purchase and construction of vessels and launches
2,000.00
Land transportation equipment
3,400.00
Ordnance
200.00
Tools and implements
500.00
Furniture and fixtures
800.00
Miscellaneous equipment
500.00
Per diems
20,000.00
Special fund to be expended in the discretion of the Collector of Internal Revenue
5,000.00
 
___________
Total contingent expenses
157,900.00
Total salaries and wages
434,605.50
 
___________
Total for the Bureau of Internal Revenue
592,505.50
 
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Provided, That minor and emergency repairs may be made at the nearest available point when vessels are away from Manila. 

BUREAU OF  THE  TREASURY.
Insular Treasurer, at P12,000 per annum
12,000.00
Assistant Insular Treasurer, at P7,500 per annum
7,500.00
Chief of division of banks and currency, at P6,650 per annum
6,650.00
One paying teller, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
One receiving teller, class two, at P5,500 per annum
5,500.00
One cashier, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One chief clerk, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One clerk, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
Six clerks, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
21,600.00
Two clerks, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
6,400.00
One clerk, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, class ten, at P2,200 per annum
2,200.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
Two clerks, Class G, at P900 per annum each
1,800.00
Three clerks, Class G, at P840 per annum
2,520.00
Two clerks, Class I, at P660 per annum each
1,320.00
Five clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
3,000.00
Three clerks, Class J, at P588 per annum each
1,764.00
Two clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
Three watchmen, at P200 per month each
7,200.00
Three guards, at P480 per annum each
1,440.00
For civil guards for Corregidor reservation
2,400.00
 
__________
Total salaries and wages
106,354.00
Deduction for vacancies
3,748.37
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages
102,605.63
 
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CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
Transportation of supplies
400.00
Traveling expenses of officers and employees
2,000.00
Office expenses, including postage stamps, telegrams, cablegrams, and street-car tickets
6,000.00
Purchase and repair of office equipment and furniture
1,000.00
Printing and binding..
2,000.00
Hire of transportation from the city of Manila
1,000.00
Bond premiums of officers and employees
2,100.00
Other incidental expenses
500.00

___________
Total contingent expenses
15,000.00
Total salaries and wages
102,605.63
 
___________
Total for the Bureau of the Treasury
117,605.63
 
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Provided, That hereafter, and until specifically otherwise provided by law, the payment of additional compensation, upon the approval of the Governor-General, to such persons as shall be designated to count and verify mutilated currency not fit for further circulation in the Treasury prior to the destruction thereof as required by law shall be paid from the gold standard fund.
DEPARTMENTT   OF   PUBLIC   INSTRUCTION.

BUREAU  OF   EDUCATION.
For salaries and wages, as follows:
Director of Education, per annum
10,800.00
Assistant Director, per annum
7,000.00
Second Assistant Director, per annum
6,000.00
 
Offices of division superintendents.
Two division superintendents, at P6,000 per annum each
12,000.00
Five division superintendents, at P5,500 per annum each
27,500.00
Six division superintendents, at P5,000 per annum each
30,000.00
Two division superintendents, at P4,800 per annum each
9,600.00
Seven division superintendents, at P4,500 per annum each
31,500.00
Ten division superintendents, at P4,000 per annum each
40,000.00
Six division superintendents, at P3,600 per annum each
21,600.00

General and division offices.
One clerk, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Two clerks, at P4,500 per annum each
9,000.00
Two clerks, at P4,000 per annum each
8,000.00
Two clerks, at P3,600 per annum each
7,200.00
Seven clerks, at P3,200 per annum each
22,400.00
Two clerks, at P2,800 per annum each
5,600.00
Two clerks, at P2,400 per annum each
4,800.00
Five clerks, at P1,800 per annum each
9,000.00
Five clerks, at P1,500 per annum each
7,500.00
Three clerks, at P1,440 per annum each
4,320.00
Two clerks, at P1,320 per annum each
2,640.00
Eighteen clerks, at P1,200 per annum each
21,600.00
Twenty-four clerks, at P1,080 per annum each
25,920.00
Fifteen clerks, at P960 per annum each
14,400.00
Thirteen clerks, at P840 per annum each
10,920.00
Thirty clerks, at P720 per annum each
21,600.00
Forty-eight clerks, at P600 per annum each
28,800.00
Fifty-eight clerks, at P480 per annum each
27,840.00
One clerk, at P360 per annum
360.00
 
General teaching force.
Ten teachers, at P4,000 per annum each
40,000.00
Thirty-nine teachers, at P3,600 per annum each
140,400.00
Ninety-three teachers, at P3,200 per annum each
297,600.00
One hundred and eighteen teachers, at P3,000 per annum each
354,000.00
One hundred and seventy-seven teachers, at P2,800 per annum each
495,600.00
One hundred and sixty-nine teachers, at P2,600 per annum each
439,400.00
Eighty-five teachers, at P2,400 per annum each
204,000.00
Six teachers, at P1,800 per annum-each
10,800.00
Nine teachers, at P1,680 per annum each
15,120.00
Eight teachers, at P1,500 per annum each
12,000.00
Seven teachers, at P1,440 per annum each
10;080.00
Twenty teachers, at P1,320 per annum each
26.400.00
Thirty teachers, at P1,200 per annum each
36,000.00
Thirty teachers, at P1,080 per annum each
32,400.00
Thirty-six teachers, at P960 per annum each
34,560.00
Eighty-two teachers, at P840 per annum each
68,880.00
One hundred and fifty-one teachers, at P720 per annum each
108,720.00
Two hundred and eighty teachers, at P600 per annum each
168,000.00
Four teachers, at P540 per annum each
2,160.00
Seventy-seven teachers, at P480 per annum each
36,960.00
Nine teachers, at P420 per annum each
3,780.00
One teacher, at P380 per annum
380.00
Twenty-six teachers, at P360 per annum each
9,360.00
Twenty-one teachers, at P300 per annum each
6,300.00
Thirty teachers, at P240 per annum each
7,200.00
 
Provided, That the Director of Education is hereby authorized to hire temporary teachers to take the places of regular teachers at salaries to be approved by the Secretary of Public Instruction, not to exceed the amount appropriated for such positions: And provided further, That the Director of Education, subject to the approval of the Secretary of Public Instruction, may detail or assign any teacher to perform such duties in any branch or division of the Bureau of Education as the service may require, the provisions of Act Numbered Four hundred and thirty to the contrary notwithstanding: And provided further, That the Director of Education, subject to the approval of the Secretary of Public Instruction, may designate certain teachers for continuous duty throughout school vacation periods in cases where the good of the service makes this action advisable, such teachers to be entitled to the leave privileges provided in section twenty-three (a) of Act Numbered Sixteen hundred and ninety-eight in lieu of the vacation privileges granted to teachers in section twenty-three (d) of said Act.
 
For wages of messengers throughout the General Office and in the storehouse
7,000.00
Storehouse labor
10,000.00
 
___________
Total for salaries and wages
.3,010,000.00
Deductions for vacancies
378,009.50
 
___________
Total available for salaries and wages
2,631,990.50
 
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MISCELLANEOUS.
Insular aid to barrio schools; to be distributed to the municipalities to the credit of their respective school funds by the Director of Education with the approval of the Secretary of Public Instruction, for the aid of barrio schools which by reason of the precarious financial condition of the municipalities to which they pertain are unable to open or are about to close, and for the purchase of equipment, tools, and materials for use in industrial classes in primary and intermediate schools
75,000.00
For the support of primary instruction among the Christian inhabitants of Palawan and Mindoro, to be allotted by the Secretary of Public Instruction
16,000.00
For the support of primary instruction in the municipalities located on friar lands estates, to be allotted by the Secretary of Public Instruction
23,920.00
For the purpose of carrying out the provisions of Act Numbered Nineteen hundred and eighty-four, entitled "An Act authorizing the creation of special classes of superior instruction for municipal or Insular teachers and appropriating the sum of fifty thousand pesos for such purposes," as amended, for period July first to December thirty-first, nineteen hundred and fourteen
23,463.00
So much of Act Numbered Two thousand and forty-eight, as provides for a continuing annual appropriation for this purpose is hereby repealed effective July first, nineteen hundred and fourteen.
For one hundred students to pursue a course training for teaching in the Philippine Normal School or in the Philippine School of Arts and Trades during the new fiscal year 1914, subject to the provisions of Act Numbered Nineteen hundred and eighty-three
30,000.00
The balances of appropriations heretofore made for this purpose are hereby reverted to the Insular Treasury as of December thirty-first, nineteen hundred and thirteen, and all expenditures under this heading pertaining to the new fiscal year 1914, shall be charged against this appropriation.
For the support of the School of Household Industries created by Act Numbered Twenty-one hundred and ten
55,000.00
The balances of appropriations made by Acts Numbered Twenty-one hundred and ten and Twenty-two hundred and eighteen, are hereby reverted to the Insular Treasury as of December thirty-first, nineteen hundred and thirteen, and all expenditures under this heading pertaining to the new fiscal year 1914, shall be charged against this appropriation.
For actual and necessary cost of education and maintenance, including traveling expenses, of not to exceed twenty-five students in the United States at not more than one thousand pesos per annum each, under the provisions of Act Numbered Eight hundred and fifty-four, as amended, and the actual and necessary living and incidental expenses while in Manila, in the discretion of the Secretary of Public Instruction, and the traveling expenses of such students from Manila to their homes in the provinces; medical attendance to the Government students, as provided by Act Numbered Eleven hundred and thirty-three; actual and necessary traveling expenses of an assistant accompanying students from San Francisco to their places of establishment in the United States, and of necessary attendants accompanying parties of students from Manila to San Francisco, and from San Francisco to Manila
15,000.00
For honoraria to be paid to teachers giving assemblies. instruction in the annual vacation assemblies at the rate of not to exceed P40 per month for each course given and not to exceed P120 per month for any one teacher, Act Numbered One hundred and forty-eight to the contrary notwithstanding
2,000.00
For aid to agricultural, industrial, and other casses' intermediate and secondary classes which without assistance might be compelled to close or be unable to open, including salaries, equipment, etc.
50,000.00
For the support of the non-Christian school at Villar, Zambales
500.00
Teachers' Assembly, including travel expenses of lecturers from the United States, salaries of teachers assigned to conduct special classes, light, power, fuel, miscellaneous items, etc.
24,000.00
School of Commerce, including janitor hire, light and power, maintenance of building, rental, city water, sanitation, telephone, water and ice, etc.
5,500.00
For salaries of teachers and incidentals in connection with the operation of night school in the Philippine School of Commerce, provided that salaries of teachers shall not exceed P3 per night each and the salaries of principals shall not exceed P4 per night each
6,360.00
Blind Deaf and blind school, including janitor hire, light, sanitation, telephone, water and ice, subsistence of pupils, etc.
5,500.00
Normal School, including janitors and special labor, light and power, postage, sanitation, telephone, water and ice, special supplies for operation, rent, city water, etc.
22,000.00
Trader' of Arts and School of Arts and Trades, including janitors, light and power, maintenance of buildings, postage, sanitation, telephone, water and ice, special supplies for operation, student labor, etc.
15,000.00
Lagangilang, including special labor, subsistence of pupils, special supplies, etc.
4,000.00
Central Luzon Agricultural School, including special labor, subsistence of pupils, special supplies for operation of shops, etc.
10,000.00
TradeBacolor Trade School, including student labor, light and power, special supplies, postage, etc.
2,500.00
Loctugan School, including student labor, subsistence of pupils, special supplies, etc.
10,000.00
Insular aid, primary public schools, in addition to the amount appropriated by Act 2288
   
203,000.00
 
__________
Total for miscellaneous
598,743.00
 
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CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
Purchase of office equipment, books, industrial equipment and materials, machinery, tools, supplies for operation, and other miscellaneous supplies
475,000.00
For traveling expenses and per diems of officers and employees on special assignment from Manila, between provinces and elsewhere outside of the division
35,000.00
Transportation expenses and per diems of officers and other employees traveling on official business within the Philippine Islands, including an allowance of not to exceed P20 per month to division superintendents and supervising teachers for official transportation in the provinces, for each authorized horse furnished and maintained by said division superintendents and supervising teachers for official transportation, in the discretion of the Director of Education, subject to the approval of the Secretary of Public Instruction: Provided, That said authorized horse shall be furnished by division superintendents and supervising teachers at their own expense
105,000.00
Care of offices, including janitor service, laundry, water and ice, electric light, etc.
8,000.00
Cablegrams to and from the United States
800.00
Maintenance of equipment, repairs to typewriters, adding machines, numbering machines, planotypes, and similar miscellaneous equipment
1,500.00
Miscellaneous office expenses, subscriptions, bonds, exchange, telephone, and other unclassified expenses
7,000.00
Postage and telegrams
10,000.00
Printing and binding
50,000.00
Transportation and car tickets; including carromatas, trucks, supplies for Bureau automobiles, etc.
6,000.00
For pro rata share of the Bureau of Education in the maintenance of the Government Center Building at Baguio
5,000.00
Repairs to permanent buildings
2,500.00
For postage and telegrams in all division offices
12,500.00
Transportation of supplies
12,000.00
Travel to and from the Philippine Islands
50,000.00
Industrial exhibits including photographs and other miscellaneous items
2,000.00
For all obligations incurred during the fiscal year 1914 in connection with the annual Bureau of Education exhibits, to include trans-, portation and per diems of officers and employee assigned to the exposition on exhibits, erection of temporary exhibit building, janitors, guards, light, water, telephone etc.
   
25,000.00
For general contingent and miscellaneous expense
40,000.00
 
____________
Total for continguent expenses
847,300.00
Total for miscellaneous
598,743.00
Total for salaries and wages
2,631,990.00
 
____________
Grand total
4,078,033.50
 
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BUREAU  OF  AGRICULTURE
For salaries and wages, as follows:
Director of Agriculture, at P10,000 per annum
10,000.00
Assistant Director, at P7,000.00 per annum
7,000.00
Assistant Director, who shall be appointed by the Governor-General with the advice and consent of the Commission, at P6,000.00 per annum
6,000.00
Chief clerk, at P4,500.00 per annum
4,500.00
Chief, divisiuon of finances and property, at P4,500.00
4,500.00
Chief, diviion of animal husbandry, at P4,000.00 per annum
4,000.00
Chief, veterinarian, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
Chief, division of agronomy, at P5,000.00 per annum
5,000.00
Chief, division of horticulture, at P6,000.00
6,000.00
Chief, fiber division, at P4,500.00 per annum
4,500.00
Chief, demonstration and extension division. (Without salary, to be filled by detail.)
Chief, division of publication, at P4,500.00 per annum
4,500.00
Chief, division of statistics, at P4,000.00 per annum
4,000.00
One employee, class three , at P 5,000.00 per annum
5,000.00
Six employees, class four, at P4,500.00 per annum each
4,500.00
Eight employees, class five, at P4,000.00 per annum each
4,000.00
Nineteen employees, class six, at P3,000.00 per annum each
3,000.00
Thirteen employees, class seven, at P 3,200.00 per annum each
3,200.00
Sixteen employees, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
2,800.00
Eight employees, class nine, at P2,400  per annum each
2,400.00
Two employees, class ten, at P 2,000.00 per annum each
2,000.00
Two employees, Class A, at P1,800 per annum each
1,800.00
Two employees, Class B, at P1,680 per annum each
1,680.00
Seven employees, Class C, at P1,440 per annum each
10,080.00
Seven employees, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
8,400.00
Four employees, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each.
4,320.00
Seven employees, Class F, at P960 per annum each
6,720.00
Five employees, Class G, at P840 per annum each
4,200.00
Thirteen employees, Class H, at P720 per annum each
9,360.00
Sixteen employees, Class I, at P600 per annum each
9,600.00
Fourteen employees, Class J, at P480 per annum each
6,720.00
Fourteen employees, Class K, at P360 per annum each
5,040.00
For one farm superintendent, assistant agricultural inspectors, live-stock inspectors, mechanics, teamsters, and laborers at stations and farms, and temporary employees
   
90,140.00
Accrued leave
31,500.00
 
__________
Total for salaries and wages
501,040.00
Less deduction on account of vacancies
10,500.00
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages
490,540.00
 
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CONTINGENT EXPENSES.
Purchase and repair of office equipment and furniture
11,840.00
Per diems and allowances in lieu thereof
106,100.00
Transportation of officers, employees, and supplies
33,740.00
Cablegrams, postage, and telegrams
12,100.00
Printing and binding
20,000.00
Collection and purchase of seeds and plants for experimental purposes and for distribution
15,500.00
Purchase of instruments and apparatus
1,900.00
Purchase of:
Livestock
20,500.00
Vehicles
950.00
Harness
1,950.00
Stable supplies
1,950.00
Forage
10,000.00
Implements
1,675.00
 Tools
1,675.00
Station and farm supplies
5,350.00
Medicine and medical supplies   
4,800.00
Repairs
10,200.00
Rents, lights, telephones, etc.
3,600.00
Incidental expenses
21,000.00
 
__________
Total contingent expenses
284,830.00
Total salaries and wages
490,540.00
 
__________
Total for Bureau of Agriculture
775,370.00
 
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BUREAU OF  PRISONS.
For salaries and wages, as follows:
Director of Prisons, at P7,500 per annum
P7,500.00
Assistant Director of Prisons, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
Second Assistant Director of Prisons, at P4.000 per annum
4,000.00
 
Clerical division.
One chief clerk, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One typewriter, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One interpreter and clerk, at P1,992 per annum
1,992.00
One clerk for court documents, at P1,428 per annum
1,428.00
One clerk, prisoners' conduct, and summary court, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One clerk, court documents and reports, at P1,188 per annum
1,188.00
One clerk, cedula and release, at P960 per annum
960.00
One clerk, prisoners' mail, at P720 per annum
720.00
One messenger, at P480 per annum
480.00
 
Record division.
One clerk, chief record division, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One clerk, copyist and indorsement, at P960 per annum.
960.00
One clerk, copyist and indorsement, at P840 per annum
840.00
One clerk, copyist and indorsement, at P720 per annum
720.00
 
Identification section.
One clerk, chief identification section, at P1,428 per annum
1,428.00
One clerk, assistant, at P960 per annum
960.00
 
Religious section.
Two chaplains, at P1,200 per annum each
2,400.00
 
Guards section.
One chief inspector of the guard, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
Two inspectors of the guard, at P2,800 per annum each
5,600.00
Six first-class guards, at P2,280 per annum each, viz:
Three gate guards (turnkeys)
Three yards guards   
13,680.00
Twenty-five first-class guards: Provided, That the pay of first-class guards shall be at the rate of P1,800 per annum each for the first year of service, P2,000 per annum each for the second year, P2,160 per annum each for the third year, and P2,280 per annum each for the fourth year
49,250.00
Three sergeants of the guards: Provided, That the pay of sergeants shall be at the rate of P720 per annum each for the first year of service, P800 per annum each for the second year, and P900 per annum each for the third year
2,700.00
One overseer, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One overseer, at P960 per annum
960.00
Sixteen keepers: Provided, That the pay of keepers shall be at the rate of P600 per annum each for the first year of service, P750 per annum each for the second year, P824 per annum each for the third year, and P900 per annum each for the fourth year
14,200.00
One matron, at P960 per annum
960.00
Forty-five second-class guards: Provided, That the pay of second-class guards shall be at the rate of P480 per annum each for the first year of service, P600 per annum each for the second year, 660 per annum each for the third year, and 720 per annum each for the fourth year
26,460.00
 
Kitchen and bakery.
One baker, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
 
Band division.
One band leader, at P960 per annum
960.00
 
Iwahig penal colony division.
One superintendent, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One assistant superintendent, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One veterinarian, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One civil engineer, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One farming instructor, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One horticulturist, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One sawmill foreman, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One ice plant engineer, at P1,500 per annum
1,500.00
One cattle foreman, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One cattle foreman, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One chief clerk, at P3,000 per annum
3,000.00
One cashier and property clerk, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One foreman, fishing, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One chaplain, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One overseer, settlers division, at P1,560 per annum
1,560.00
One overseer, construction division, at P900 per annum
900.00
One band leader, at P600 per annum
600.00
One overseer, road division, at P600 per annum
600.00
One assistant overseer, at P480 per annum
480.00
One foreman, at P480 per annum
480.00
One foreman, division of animal industry, at P360 per annum
360.00
One foreman, construction division, at P360 per annum
360.00
One foreman, telephone division, at P300 per annum
300.00
One foreman, blacksmith, at P300 per annum
300.00
One foreman, brickyard, at P300 per annum
300.00
One foreman, engineering division, at P120 per annum
120,00
Hire of temporary employees and accrued leave of absences
10,000.00
Additional compensation for executioner at P20 per execution
500.00
 
__________
Total for salaries and wages
218,866.00
Deduction of ten per cent on account of vacancies
21,886.60
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages
196,979.40
 
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The industrial division of the Bureau of Prisons will be conducted on its present reimbursable basis until otherwise provided by law.

CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
Purchase of office supplies, including ice for office, printing, and binding
4,000.00
Per diems of officers and employees traveling on official business, or allowances in lieu thereof and transportation of officers and employees
1,500.00
Cablegrams, postage, and telegrams
350.00
Hire and maintenance of land transportation
2,500.00
Illumination supplies and fuel
13,300.00
Band supplies
200.00
Ammunition for target practice
200.00
Subsistence:
(4,100 native and Asiatic prisoners, 365 days, 1,496,500 rations at 16 centavos each
233,880.00
45 American and European prisoners, 365 days, 16,425 rations at 40 centavos each)
6,500.00
Prisoners' supplies, including clothing, bedding, tobacco, mess kits, soap, barber supplies, laundry, shoes, prisoners' mail postage, stationery, and so forth
44,550.00
One suit of clothing of value not exceeding ten pesos and a gratuity not exceeding twenty pesos, to each prisoner, upon release, in cases when, in the discretion of the Director of Prisons, such clothing and gratuities are necessary
5,000.00
For furnishing deported prisoners with an outfit of clothing not to exceed P40 for each deported prisoner
600.00
Transportation of released prisoners to their homes in the Philippine Islands
5,000.00
Burial of deceased prisoners
900.00
Hospital supplies, including ice, and illumination for hospital
5,000.00
Kitchen supplies and fuel
4,000.00
Renewal and repair of buildings, equipment, and water and sewers
20,000.00
Water for sewer service
7,500.00
Maintenance of juveniles
6,000.00
Other incidental supplies, and purchase of equipment
9,500.00
 
Iwahig penal colony, division.
Subsistence of prisoners (.1,200 natives and 7 Asiatics, 365 days, 438,000 rations at 16 cen-tavos each, and 5 Americans and Europeans, 365 days, 1,825 rations at 30 centavos each)
70,000.00
Prisoners' supplies, including clothing, bedding, soap, tobacco, mess kits, shoes, postage stamps for prisoners' mail, and so forth
19,800.00
Office supplies
1,900.00
Postage
250.00
Launch repairs and supplies
2,000.00
Transportation and per diems of officers and employees
2,000.00
Transportation of prisoners to and from the settlement: Provided, That when in the judgment of the Director of Prisons a first-class prisoner merits consideration, his wife, family, or fiancee may be permitted to join him and that the transportation from their homes to Iwahig and return thereto, may be paid from this appropriation and transportation of free colonists from the colony to their homes and return and transportation of families of employees receiving less than P720 per annum, from colony to their homes and return when in the judgment of the Director of Prisons such free colonists or employees merit consideration
5,000.00
Transportation of supplies
5,000.00
Gratuities to colonists holding positions of trust not exceeding P10 per colonist per month
5,000.00
Miscellaneous supplies.
9,500.00
Miscellaneous equipment
4,750.00
Renewal and repairs of building and equipment
10,000.00
Live stock
5,000.00
 
__________
Total contingent expenses
510,680.00
Total salaries and wages
196,979.40
 
__________
Total for Bureau of Prisons
707,659.40

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PHILIPPINE LIBRARY.
For salaries and wages, as follows:
 
One Librarian
6,000.00
Chief, Filipiniana division
3,600.00
Chief cataloguer
3,500.00
Chief, circulating division, including American Circulating Library
3,500.00
One catalogue assistant
900.00
One assistant cataloguer
2,400.00
One catalogue assistant
600.00
One library assistant
2,800.00
One library assistant
2,600.00
One library assistant
1,200.00
One library assistant
960.00
One clerk
1,680.00
One clerk
1,200.00
One clerk
1,080.00
Four clerks, at P600 per annum each
2,400.00
Five clerks, at P480 per annum each
2,400.00
Two clerks, at P360 per annum each
720.00
Three reading room assistants
900.00
One typist
300.00
Eight messengers, at P25 per month each
2,400.00
One head janitor
600.00
Six laborers, at P25 per month each
1,800.00
Two card filers, at P30 per month each
720.00
Two book menders, at P35 per month each
840.00
Two check boys, at P12 per month each
288.00
One catalogue typist, at P0.50 per hour
500.00
Six apprentices, at P0.20 per hour each
1,800.00
One bookbinder detailed from the Bureau of Printing
750.00
 
_________
Total for salaries and wages
48,438.00
Deduction for vacancies
1,550.14
 
_________
Total available for salaries and wages
46,887.86
 
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CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
Subscription to periodicals and membership in societies
1,800.00
Printing and binding
7,500.00
Purchase and maintenance of equipment and supplies
6,000.00
Water and ice
500.00
Electric lights and fans
3,000.00
Laundry
60.00
Telephones
450.00
Maintenance and care of building
1,000.00
Cablegrams, postage, and telegrams
400.00
Street-car tickets, carromata, etc.
150.00
Miscellaneous expenses including temporary and emergency laborers, and all other expenses authorized by the Philippine Library Board
3,000.00
 
_________
Total of contingent expenses
23,860.00
Total of salaries and wages
46,887.86
 
_________
Total for Philippine Library
70,747.86
 
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BUREAU   OF   SUPPLY.
For salaries and wages, as follows:
 
Purchasing Agent, at P10,000 per annum
10,000.00
Assistant Purchasing Agent, at P6,500 per annum
6,500.00
Two employees, class three, at P5,250 per annum each
10,500.00
Three employees, class four, at P4,500 per annum each
13,500.00
Six employees, class five, at P4,000 per annum each
24,000.00
Five employees, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
18,000.00
Four employees, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
12,800.00
Three employees, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
8,400.00
One employee, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One employee, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
Five employees, Class D, at P1,296 per annum each
6,480.00
Two employees, Class E, at P1,188 per annum each
2,376.00
Four employees, Class E, at P,080 per annum each
4,320.00
Five employees, Class F, at P960 per annum each
4,800.00
Four employees, Class G, at P840 per annum each
3,360.00
Twenty-two employees, Class H, at P720 per annum each
15,840.00
Eight employees, Class I, at P600 per annum each
4,800.00
One employee, Class J, at P588 per annum
588.00
Fifteen employees, Class J, at P480 per annum each
7,200.00
Temporary employees:
Messengers P1,440.00
Machinist  1,090.000
2,530.00
Emergency clerks
2,640.00
Watchmen, assistant foremen, chauffeurs, capataces, lorcha crews, and laborers
108,830.00
 
__________
Total for salaries and wages
270,704.00
Less ten per cent for vacancies
27,070.40
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages
243,633.60
 
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CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
Equipment of office and warehouse
10,000.00
Office supplies and utensils, including the purchase of office supplies, brooms, lumber, cord, twine, baskets for coal and all expendable supplies used in office,'Warehouses, shipping office, packing department, coal and lumber yards, sawmill, etc.
20,000.00
Printing and binding, including all office supplies, forms in blank, and books of the Bureau of Printing
4,000.00
Rent of cement bodega for six months
3,000.00
Cablegrams, postage, and telegrams
6,600.00
Transportation within city limits
15,000.00
Service allowance of officers and employees upon resignation, death, etc.
1,000.00
Incidental expenses in general, including lighting, motor power, electricity, telephone service, interest on bonds of employees, return transportation for employees appointed outside of the Philippine Islands, repairs and conservation of office furniture, lighters, trucks, warehouse equipment, machinery, tools, repair of materials, etc.
   
30,000.00
 
__________
Total contingent expenses
89,600.00
Total salaries and wages
243,633.60
 
__________
Total for the Bureau of Supply
333,233.60
 
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For purchase of sales stock not exceeding three million five hundred thousand pesos.
For services rendered and supplies furnished, the Bureau of Supply shall charge the prime cost thereof plus five per of income, centum, and the income thus derived shall automatically revert to the general unappropriated surplus, as an offset to the amount hereby appropriated: Provided, That the net surplus pertaining to the reimbursable appropriation for the Bureau of Supply as of December 31, 1913, exclusive of sales stock shall revert to the general unappropriated surplus.
The division of cold storage and ice plant will continue on its present reimbursable basis until otherwise provided. 
BUREAU   OF   PRINTING.
For salaries and wages, as follows:
Office of the Director of Printing.
Director, at P9,000 per annum
P9,000.00
One messenger, at one peso twenty-five centavos per diem, per annum
375.00
 
Office of the Assistant Director of Printing.
Assistant Director and superintendent of work, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
 
Office of the receiver of work.
Receiver of work, at P5,600 per annum
5,600.00
One craftsman instructor, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One clerk, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
Craftsmen, helpers, and messengers, per annum
8,002.50
 

Accounting division.
Accountant, in charge, class three, at P5,000 per annum

5,000.00
Accountant, assistant, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
Two clerks, class ten, at P2,000 per annum each
4,000.00
One clerk, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
Two clerks, Class G, at P840 per annum each
1,680.00
Three clerks, Class H, at P720 per annum each
2,160.00
Six clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
3,600.00
Five clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum eacH
2,400.00
One messenger, at P1 per diem, per annum
300.00
 
Files section.
One clerk, stenographer, class five, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One messenger, at P1.50 per diem, per annum
450.00

Cost accounting section.
One cost accountant, in charge of building, stores, stables, bodegas, and delivery division, class three, per annum.
5,000.00
One clerk, Class B, at P1,680 per annum
1,680.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Two clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
 
Composing division {including proof section) .
Seven craftsmen instructors, class three, at P5,000 per annum each
35,000.00
Craftsmen, junior craftsmen, junior linotype machinists, apprentices, helpers, and messengers, per annum
75,354.75
 
Bindery division.
One craftsman instructor, class three, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Craftsmen, junior craftsmen, apprentices, helpers, and laborers, per annum
55,389.75
 
Photo-engraving division.
One craftsman instructor, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One craftsman instructor, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
 
Faundry division.
   
Craftsmen, junior craftsmen, apprentices, and helpers, per annum
14,207.25
Foundry division. Craftsmen, junior craftsmen, apprentices, and helpers, per annum
11,214.75
 
Press division.
Two craftsmen instructors, class three, at P5,000 per annum each
10,000.00
Craftsmen, junior craftsmen, apprentices, press feeders, and helpers, per annum
30,081.75
 
Power division.
One craftsman instructor, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One craftsman instructor, class six, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
Craftsmen, junior craftsmen, apprentices, and helpers, per annum
10,459.50
 
Stores division.
One storekeeper, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
Junior craftsmen and helpers, per annum
3,277.50

Delivery division.
One employee in charge of laborers, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
P960.00
Helpers, per annum
3,847.50
 
StableS division.
Cocheros, per annum
1,992.00
 
Building division.
One inspecting watchman, at P190 per month, per annum
2,280.00
One inspecting watchman, at P160 per month, per annum
1,920.00
Two watchmen, at P50 per month each, per annum
1,200.00
Laborers, carpenters, and painters, per annum
10,365.00
Extra compensation under the provisions of Act Numbered Fourteen hundred and forty
17,000.00
Night work (a full day's work performed during other than regular hours), and overtime pay (time worked after regular hours)
10,000.00
Temporary employees
2,000.00
Half salary and commutation of accrued leave of employees whose present positions are not provided for in this Act
1,000.00
 
__________
Total for salaries and wages
395,837.25
Less ten per cent for vacancies
39,583.72
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages
356,253.53
 
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CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
Materials and supplies (including cost of printing for the Bureau of Printing)
71,250.00
Printing paper (including cardboard, tag board, envelopes and shipping tags)
147,250.00
Return transportation to the United States under the provisions of Act Numbered Eighty
1,200.00
Traveling expenses and half salary not otherwise provided for
4,000.00
Transportation of product from Manila to customers, including truck service rendered by the department of sanitation and transportation, city of Manila
3,500.00
Miscellaneous equipment already ordered in the United States and Manila
15,200.00
Equipment to be ordered to replace present power plant
47,500.00
Maintenance of health of employees, including their physical development
400.00
Repairs to building and maintenance of grounds
5,000.00
Electric current
2,200.00
Laundry
1,000.00
Drinking water and ice
2,100.00
Sewer service
300.00
Telephone service and cablegrams
630.00
Horseshoeing
200.00
Repairs to equipment and boiler inspection
4,140.00
Post-office box rental, premiums on fidelity bonds, rubber stamps, and subscriptions
165.00
All other expenses necessarily incident to the maintenance and operation of the printing plant
4,265.00
 
__________
Total contingent expenses
     
310,300.00
Total of salaries and wages
356,253.53
 
__________
Total for the Bureau of Printing
666,553.53
 
Provided, That the product of the Bureau of Printing shall -sales-be sold to bureaus and offices at cost and the amount thus derived shall automatically revert to the general unappropriated -reversion oi imome' surplus as an offset to the amount hereby appropriated: And provided further, That the net surplus pertaining to the reimbursable appropriation for the Bureau of Printing as of December 31, 1913, exclusive of supplies and materials, shall revert to the general unappropriated surplus.
 
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES.
 
For the University of the Philippines for the period July first, nineteen hundred and fourteen, to December thirty-first, nineteen hundred and fourteen, to be expended by the Board of Regents of said University, for the end specified by law, in accordance with section six, letter (a), of Act Numbered Eighteen hundred and seventy: Provided, That the Board of Regents is hereby authorized, with the consent and approval of the Director of Bureau and Secretary of Department concerned, to appoint officers and employees of the Departments and Bureaus of the Government to positions in the University of the Philippines at such compensation as may be fixed by said Board of Regents, which compensation shall be paid to such officers and employees from the appropriation for the University of the Philippines, Act Numbered One hundred and forty-eight notwithstanding, said appropriation to be disbursed in accordance with section thirteen of Act Numbered Eighteen hundred and seventy
300,000.00

SUPREME   COURT.
For salaries and wages, as follows:wages.
 
Chief Justice, at p20,000 per annum
20,000.00
Six associate justices, at p20,000 per annum each
120,000.00
Reporter, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
Clerk of court, at P6,000 per annum
6,000.00
Deputy clerk, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
Four clerks, at P4,000 per annum each
16,000.00
One clerk, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
Five clerks, class six, at P3,600 per annum each
18,000.00
Two clex'ks, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
6,400.00
One clerk, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
Three clerks, class ten, at P2,000 per annum each
6,000.00
Two clerks, Class A, at P1,800 per annum each..
3,600.00
One clerk, Class B, at P1,680 per annum
1,680.00
Five clerks, Class D, at P1,200 per annum each
6,000.00
Two clerks, Class F, at P1,000 per annum each
2,000.00
One clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
Three clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,800.00
Two clerks, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
One clerk, Class K, at P360 per annum
360.00
Eight messengers, at P300 per annum each
2,400.00
Emergency employment and accrued leaves of absence
15,000.00
 
__________
Total for salaries and wages
244,520.00
Deduction of two and one-half per cent for vacancies
6,113.00
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages
238,407.00
 
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CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
For salaries and wages, as follows:
Courts of First Instance, Manila.
Three judges, at P11,000 per annum
P33,000.00
One'clerk, at P4,000 per annum
4,000.00
One assistant clerk, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
Three deputy clerks, at P2,400 per annum each
7,200.00
Five employees, class seven, at P3,200 per annum each
16,000.00
One employee, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
Three employees, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
7,200.00
One employee, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One employee, Class E, at P1,080 per annum
1,080.00
Two employees at P840 per annum each
1,680.00
Six employees, Class H, at P720 per annum each
4,320.00
One employee, at P480 per annum
480.00
Six employees, at P300 per annum each
1,800.00
 
Courts of First Instance, First District
One judge, at P9,000 per annum
9,000.00
One employee, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One clerk and interpreter, district of Cagayan, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One deputy clerk, Cagayan, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One clerk, Isabela, at P1,400 per annum
1,400.00
Two employees, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
Two employees, at P240 per annum each
480.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Second District.
One judge, at P9,000 per annum
9,000.00
One clerk, Ilocos Norte, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One clerk, Ilocos Sur, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One employee, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One employee, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
Two employees, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
Two employees, at P528 per annum each
1,056.00
Two employees, at P240 per annum each
480.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Third District.
One judge, at P10,000 per annum
10,000.00
One employee, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One employee, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, Pangasinan, at P2,200 per annum
2,200.00
One clerk, Zambales, at P1,600 per annum
1,600.00
One deputy clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One employee, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Two employees, Class J, at P480 per annum each.
960.00
One employee, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Fourth District.
One judge, at P10,000 per annum
10,000.00
One employee, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One employee, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One clerk, Nueva Ecija, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One clerk, Pampanga, class ten, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One clerk, Tarlac, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One deputy clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One employee, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Two employees, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
Three employees, at P240 per annum each
720.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Fifth District.
One judge, at P10,000 per annum
10,000.00
One employee, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One employee, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, Pangasinan, at P2,200 per annum
2,200.00
One clerk, Zambales, at P1,600 per annum
1,600.00
One deputy clerk, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One employee, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Two employees, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
One employee, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Fourth District.
One judge, at P10,000 per annum
10,000.00
One employee, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One employee, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One clerk, Nueva Ecija, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One clerk, Pampanga, class ten, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One clerk, Tarlac, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One deputy clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One employee, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Two employees, Class J, at P480 per annum each
960.00
Three employees, at P240 per annum each
720.00
Courts of First Instance, Fifth District. One judge, at P10,000 per annum
10,000.00
One clerk, class ten, Bulacan, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One clerk, Class A, Rizal, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One employee, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One employee, at P1,140 per annum
1,140.00
One employee, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One employee, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One employee, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One employee, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
Two employees, at 240 per annum each
480.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Sixth District.
One judge, at 10,000 per annum
10,000.00
One clerk, Bataan, at 1,600 per annum
1,600.00
One clerk, Cavite, Class A, at 1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One clerk, La Laguna, Class A, at 1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One employee, Class A, at 1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One employee, Class C, at 1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One employee, Class I, at 600 per annum
600.00
One employee, at 552 per annum
552.00
Two employees, at 528 per annum each
1,056.00
One employee, at 720 per annum
720.00
Three employees, at 240 per annum each
720.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Seventh District.
One judge, at 10,000 per annum
10,000.00
One employee, class eight, at 2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One employee, class nine, at 2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, Batangas and Mindoro, at 2,500 per annum
2,500.00
One clerk, Tayabas and Marinduque, at 2,200 per annum
2,200.00
Three deputy clerks, Class I, at 600 per annum each
1,800.00
One deputy clerk, at 500 per annum
500.00
Two employees, Class I, at 600 per annum each
1,200.00
One employee, Class J, at 480 per annum
480.00
Two employees, at 240 per annum each
480.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Eighth District.
One judge, at 10,000 per annum
10,000.00
One employee, class seven, at 3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One employee, class nine, at 2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, Albay, Class A, at 1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One clerk, Ambos Camarines, Class A, at 1,800 per annum.
1,800.00
One deputy clerk, Class F, at 960 per annum
960.00
One employee, Class I, at 600 per annum
600.00
One employee, Class G, at 840 per annum
840.00
One employee, at 528 per annum
528.00
One employee, Class J, at 480 per annum
480.00
One employee, at 240 per annum
240.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Ninth District.
One judge, at P10,000 per annum
10,000.00
One employee, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One employee, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, Iloilo, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One employee, Class F, at P960 per annum
960.00
One employee, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One employee, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
One employee, at P300 per annum
300.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Tenth District.
One judge, at P10,000 per annum
10,000.00
One employee, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One employee, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, Antique, at P1,600 per annum
1,600.00
One clerk, Occidental Negros, at P2,200 per annum
2,200.00
One employee, at P552 per annum
552.00
One employee, at P528 per annum
528.00
One employee, at P480 per annum
480.00
One employee, at P300 per annum
300.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Eleventh District.
One judge, at P10,000 per annum
10,000.00
One employee, class eight, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
One clerk, Cebu, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One deputy clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One employee, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
Two employees, Class H, at P720 per annum each
1,440.00
One employee, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One employee, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Twelfth District.
One judge, at P10,000 per annum
10,000.00
One employee, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One employee, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One clerk, Leyte, class ten, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One clerk, Samar, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One deputy clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One employee, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One employee, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
Two employees, at P240 per annum each
480.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Thirteenth District.
One judge, at P9,000 per annum
9,000.00
One employee, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One employee, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Misamis, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One clerk, Surigao, at P1,600 per annum
1,600.00
One clerk, District of Lanao, at P720 per annum
720.00
One clerk, District of Dapitan, at P720 per annum
720.00
One employee, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
Two employees, Class J, at P480 per annum
960.00
Four employees, at P240 per annum each
960.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Fourteenth District.
One judge, at P9,000 per annum
9,000.00
One employee, class seven, at P3,200 per annum.
3,200.00
One clerk, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One employee, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One deputy clerk, in Zamboanga, at P800 per annum
800.00
One deputy clerk, in Jolo, at P800 per annum
800.00
Two deputy clerks, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
One employee, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
Two employees, at P240 per annum each
480.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Fifteenth District.
One judge, at P9,000 per annum
9,000.00
One employee, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One employee, Class C, at P1,440 per annum
1,440.00
One clerk, Capiz, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One clerk, Sorsogon, at P1,600 per annum
1,600.00
One clerk, Romblon, at P1,000 per annum
1,000.00
One clerk, Masbate, at P800 per annum
800.00
One clerk, Palawan, at P600 per annum
600.00
One deputy clerk, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
Two employees, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
One employee, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
One employee, Class K, at P360 per annum
360.00
Three employees, at P240 per annum each
720.00
 
Courts of First Instance, Sixteenth District.
One judge, at P9,000 per annum
9,000.00
One employee, class nine, at P2,400 per annum
2,400.00
One clerk, Bohol, class ten, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One clerk, Oriental Negros, at P1,600 per annum
1,600.00
One clerk, southern Leyte, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
Two employees, Class I, at P600 per annum each
1,200.00
One employee, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
Two employees, at P240 per annum each
480.00.
 
Courts of First Instance, Mountain Province.
One judge, at P9,000 per annum
9,000.00
One stenographer, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One clerk, La Union, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One employee, Class A, at P1,800 per annum
1,800.00
One clerk, Benguet, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Lepanto-Bontoc, at P800 per annum
800.00
One clerk, Nueva Vizcaya, at P800 per annum
800.00
One employee, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
One employee, at P240 per annum
240.00
 
Judges of First Instance and employees at large.
Four judges, at P9,000 per annum each
36,000.00
One disbursing officer, class four, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One employee, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
Three employees, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
8,400.00
Four employees, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
9,600.00
Four employees, Class A, at P1,800 per annum each
7,200.00
 
Court of Land Registration.
One judge, at P10,000 per annum
10,000.00
Four associate judges, at P9,000 per annum each
36,000.00
One clerk of court, at P5,000 per annum
5,000.00
One deputy clerk, at P3,600 per annum
3,600.00
One chief surveyor, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
Two division chiefs, at P3,600 per annum each
7,200.00
One employee, class seven, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
Four employees, class eight, at P2,800 per annum each
11,200.00
One employee, at P2,796 per annum
2,796.00
Three employees, class nine, at P2,400 per annum each
7,200.00
One employee, at P2,000 per annum
2,000.00
One employee, at P1,992 per annum
1,992.00
One employee, at P1,428 per annum
1,428.00
One employee, at P1,320 per annum
1,320.00
One employee, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
Twelve employees, at P1,188 per annum each
14,256.00
Three employees, Class E, at P1,080 per annum each
3,240.00
Four employees, Class F, at P960 per annum Beach
3,840.00
Three employees, Class G, at P840 per annum each
2,520.00
Seven employees, Class H, at P720 per annum each
5,040.00
Four employees, Class I, at P600 per annum each
2,400.00
Three employees, at P588 per annum each
1,764.00
Nine employees, Class J, at P480 per annum each
4,320.00
Twenty-one employees, Class K, at P360 per annum each
7,560.00
Eleven employees, at P240 per annum each
2,640.00
 
Justices of the peace.
Two justices of the peace, at P2,400 per annum each
4,800.00
Eight justices of the peace, at P1,800 per annum each
14,400.00
Eight justices of the peace, at P1,500 per annum each
12,000.00
Thirteen justices of the peace, at P1,200 per annum each
15,600.00
Twenty-five justices of the peace, at P1,011.60 per annum each
25,290.00
Twelve justices of the peace, at P960 per annum each
11,520.00
Thirty-seven justices of the peace, at P840 per annum each
31,080.00
One hundred and sixty-three justices of the peace, at P720 per annum each
117,360.00
Four hundred and forty justices of the peace, at P600 per annum each
264,000.00
Hire of emergency employees
10,000.00
Accrued leave
10,000.00
 
____________
Total of salaries and wages
1,165,498.00
Deduction of ten per centum for vacancies
116,549.80
 
____________
Total available for salaries and wages
1,048,948.20
 
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CONTINGENT   EXPENSES.
For the purchase and repair of office equipment, furniture, and supplies
14,250.00
For transportation and subsistence of officers and employees when traveling on official business. The per diems of judges of the Courts of First Instance are abolished, the provisions of law to the contrary notwithstanding
30,000.00
Office supplies
9,500.00
Transportation of supplies.
500.00
Printing and binding, including reports of the Supreme Court, and briefs for the Supreme Court in criminal cases, and advertising not otherwise provided for
31,838.00
Rent for the quarters occupied by the Court of Land Registration
3,000.00
Cablegrams, postage, telegrams
9,000.00
Telephone rent, water and lighting, and other expenses for sundry needs of the office
5,000.00
Chemical and medical examinations necessary in the administration of justice not otherwise provided for, and for other professional or technical services necessarily incident to criminal proceedings conducted in Courts of First Instance and justice of the peace courts
   
1,000.00
Other incidental expenses
15,000.00
 
___________
Total of contingent expenses
119,088.00
Total of salaries and wages
1,048,948.20
 
___________
Total for Courts of First Instance, Court of Land Registration, and justices of the peace
1,168,036.20
 
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BOARD OF PUBLIC  UTILITY COMMISSIONERS.
Salaries and Wages.
Chairman, at P12,600 per annum
12,600.00
Two members of the Board, at P12,000 per annum each
24,000.00
Secretary of the Board, at P6,500 per annum
6,500.00
Two inspecting engineers, at P6,000 per annum each
12,000.00
One stenographer, at P3,200 per annum
3,200.00
One stenographer, at P2,800 per annum
2,800.00
Three clerks, at P960 per annum each
2,880.00
One chief janitor, at P720 per annum.
720.00
Two employees, at P300 per annum each
600.00
For technical assistance and temporary employees
6,000.00
 
__________
Total for salaries and wages
71,300.00
Deduct 5 per cent for vacancies
3,565.00
 
__________
Total available for salaries and wages
67,735.00
 
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Contingent expenses.
For contingent expenses, including inspections of railway materials outside of the Philippine Islands
30,000.00
 
__________
Total for contingent expenses
30,000.00
Total for salaries and wages
67,735.00
 
__________
Total for Board of Public Utility Commissioners
97,735.00
The appropriation of P40,000 made by section 5 of Act No. 2307 is hereby reverted to the Insular Treasury.
CODE  COMMITTEE.
For salaries and wages, as follows:
President, at P13,000 per annum
13,000.00
Four members, at P12,000 per annum each
48,000.00
Chief clerk, class 4, at P4,500 per annum
4,500.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,200 per annum
1,200.00
One clerk, Class D, at P1,320 per annum.
1,320.00
One clerk, Class G, at P840 per annum
840.00
One clerk, Class H, at P720 per annum
720.00
One clerk, Class I, at P600 per annum
600.00
One clerk, Class J, at P480 per annum
480.00
One messenger, at P240 per annum
240.00
One janitor, at P300 per annum
300.00
Total salaries and wages
71,200.00
 
Contingent expenses.
Equipment
300.00
Office expenses
1,400.00
Rental of offices.
1,800.00
Transportation
100.00
Repairs
300.00
Expenses of personnel
500.00
Incidental expenses
1,000.00

__________
Total contingent expenses
5,400.00
Total salaries and wages
71,200.00
 
__________
Total for the Code Committee
76,600.00
 
So much of Act Numbered Nineteen hundred and forty-one as provides for a continuing annual appropriation of ninety thousand pesos per annum for the Code Committee is hereby repealed as of January first, nineteen hundred and fourteen; all unexpended funds standing to the credit of said appropriation on that date are hereby reverted to the Treasury and all expenses of the Code Committee pertaining to the new fiscal year nineteen hundred and fourteen shall be charged to this appropriation.

MISCELLANEOUS.
For salaries, wages, and other expenses, as follows:
Provincial governor, at three thousand six hundred and fifty pesos per annum; provincial treasurer, at three thousand six hundred pesos per annum; provincial fiscal, at two thousand four hundred pesos per annum; per diems not to exceed six pesos for the third member of the provincial board; for salaries and wages of such employees as may be authorized by resolution of the provincial board with the approval of the Executive Secretary; for general provincial expenses, including the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, under the provisions of Act Numbered Thirteen hundred and ninety-six; for the purposes contemplated by Act Numbered Eighteen hundred and forty-five; for the transportation of supplies; purchase and repair of office equipment and furniture, and purchase of office supplies; cablegrams, postage, and telegrams ; printing and binding; hire and maintenance of official transportation; sheriff's fees; court fees; premium on surety bonds; maintenance of prisoners; permanent equipment; for a fund to be expended by the provincial governor as provided in Act Numbered Six hundred and eighty-two under the head of "Provincial Government of Lepanto-Bontoc;" and for other incidental expenses..
33,000.00
 
PROVINCE OF PALAWAN.   

For salaries, wages, and other expenses, as follows:
Provincial governor, at four thousand eight hundred pesos per annum: Provided, That the salary authorized for the provincial governor of Palawan is hereby made retroactive, to take effect on July thirteenth, nineteen hundred and ten; provincial secretary-treasurer, at four thousand pesos per annum; per diems not to exceed six pesos for the third member of the provincial board; salaries and wages of such employees as may be authorized by resolution of the provincial board approved by the Executive Secretary; accrued leaves; temporary employees; for general provincial expenses, including the actual and necessary traveling expenses and per diems of officers and employees, under the provisions of Act Numbered Thirteen hundred and ninety-six; transportation of supplies; purchase and repair of office equipment, furniture, and supplies; for the purposes contemplated by Act Numbered Eighteen hundred and forty-five; for a fund to be expended by the provincial governor as provided in Act Numbered Six hundred and eighty-two under the head of "Provincial Government of Lepanto-Bontoc;" for cablegrams, postage, and telegrams; maintenance, repairs, and fuel for launch; permanent equipment; repairs to buildings; sheriff's fees; maintenance of prisoners; premiums on surety bonds, and other incidental expenses
24,110.00
 
PROVINCE OF BATANES.

For salaries, wages, and other expenses, as follows:
Provincial governor, at three thousand two hundred pesos per annum; provincial secretary treasurer, at two thousand four hundred pesos per annum; per diems of not to exceed five pesos for the third member of the provincial board for each session at which he is actually present; salary of not less than two thousand five hundred pesos nor more than three thousand pesos per annum for the provincial fiscal; health officer, at not to exceed two thousand four hundred pesos per annum; salaries and wages of employees as may be authorized by resolution of the provincial board with the approval of the Executive Secretary; actual and necessary traveling expenses and per diems of officers and employees, under the provisions of Act Numbered Thirteen hundred and ninety-six; transportation of supplies; purchase and repair of office equipment and furniture; purchase of office supplies; cablegrams, postage and telegrams; insurance; repair and maintenance of provincial launch; maintenance of prisoners; repair and construction of buildings; maintenance of official transportation; and other incidentals

15,000.00
 
PROVINCE OF SAMAR.
 

For salary of the lieutenant-governor, at four thousand pesos per annum, and for his per diems and travel expenses and other official expenses, as intended by Act Numbered Seventeen hundred and fifty-nine

P6.000.00

PROVINCE OF SURIGAO.
 

For work among the non-Christian inhabitants of the Province of Surigao, including extra compensation at the rate of fifty pesos per month to the officer of the Philippine Constabulary assigned to assist the provincial governor, the provisions of Act Numbered One hundred and forty-eight to the contrary notwithstanding; salaries of two teachers at not to exceed thirty pesos per month each; construction of schoolhouses, purchase of animals, implements, weaving equipment and materials, badges and other ornaments, sewing machines, school equipment, books, papers, seeds, medicines, and other incidentals, to be expended by the provincial board with the advance approval of the Secretary of the Interior

2,575.00
 
CHIEF OF POLICE OF CAVITE.
 

For the salaries of the chief and assistant chief of police of the municipality of Cavite, as provided by Act Numbered Twelve hundred and eighty-one and for the salaries of substitutes when necessary, and allowance of forty pesos per month in lieu of official transportation in kind: Provided, That the salary of the chief of police of Cavite shall not exceed three thousand pesos per annum

4,000.00
 
PUBLIC CHARITY.
 
For the care and treatment of poor requiring medical or surgical treatment, one hundred thousand pesos, which shall be expended in accordance with such regulations as the Secretary of Public Instruction may prescribe, not incompatible with existing law. Total for public charity
100,000.00
 
GENERAL PURPOSES.

   
 
For general purposes, including the commutation and payment of claims for salary, part salary, leave, traveling expenses, and transportation and expenses of personnel; miscellaneous general expenses of the Government, and expenditures authorized by the Secretary of War including payment to the law officer of the Bureau of Insular Affairs for legal services rendered the Government of the Philippine Islands at the rate of P3,000 per annum, payment to the disbursing officer of Philippine revenues in Washington at the rate of P4,000 per annum and payment of the employee of the Bureau of Insular Affairs designated by the Chief of said Bureau for special services rendered in the United States in relation to the Philippine Islands at the rate of P2,000 per annum : Provided, That this fund shall be reimbursable for such payments from the funds of the bureau, office, province, or municipality in interest, when practicable
40,000.00
 
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON INFANT MORTALITY.
 
Committee on Infant Mortality.
For publication and distribution in English and Spanish of the report of the Committee for the Investigation of Excessive Infant Mortality in the Philippine Islands
6,525.00
 
TREASURER OF ISABELA.
 
The Insular Auditor is hereby authorized under the provisions of section forty-nine of Act Numbered Seventeen hundred and ninety-two to close out the account of Manuel Perez, late treasurer of the Province of Isabela, on account of the defalcation in excess of his bond, amounting to P9,097.81; and for the purpose of reimbursing the Province of Isabela for the loss incurred through said defalcation there is hereby appropriated the sum of
9,097.81
 
REIMBURSEMENT TO THE AGRICULTURAL BANK.
 
For the purpose of reimbursing the Agricultural Bank the principal and interest on loan to Mariano Padilla, which was secured by a mortgage on certain real property in San Miguel, Pangasinan, subsequently reserved by the Government for public purposes
488.11
Grand total of appropriations for all purposes for the new Grand total, fiscal year nineteen hundred and fourteen P24,703,225.72: Provided, That the reduction of salaries made in this Act shall affect and modify the provisions of law to the contrary contained in Acts Nos. 1407, 140, 867, 496, 1699, and 2038, or any other law heretofore enacted until otherwise provided by the Philippine Legislature.

SEC. 2. There is hereby created an emergency board, which shall consist of the Insular Auditor, the Insular Treasurer, the Attorney-General, the chairman of the Committee on Appropriations of the Philippine Assembly, and the senior member in point of service of the Philippine Commission with the latter as chairman whose duty it shall be, whenever application is made by any officer of the Government in charge of any work of construction or repair, or by the Director of any Bureau- or Office of the Government, certifying that the needs of the work, Bureau, or Office concerned require the expenditure of a sum of money greater than the amount appropriated by the Legislature for such purpose, to hear such evidence as may be presented in support of such application and submit its report with its recommendation thereon to the Governor-General.  The Governor-General with the concurrence of the Speaker of the Philippine Assembly, upon recommendation of a majority of the emergency board aforesaid, may authorize the expenditure of additional funds not specifically appropriated, in such amount as may be deemed necessary for the purposes of the work, Bureau, or Office concerned. The Governor-General, within thirty days after the opening of the next regular session of the Philippine Legislature, shall send to each body thereof a statement of the amount or amounts of the expenditures authorized under the provisions of this section.

For the purposes of this section, there is hereby appropriated from funds in the Insular Treasury not otherwise appropriated such sum or sums as may be necessary to carry out the provisions hereof, not exceeding one million pesos.
Provided, That no funds shall be set up on the books of the Auditor under this section until the same shall have been allotted by the Governor-General and the Speaker.  This authority shall exist only until October sixteenth, nineteen hundred and fourteen.

SEC. 3. All sums appropriated by this Act for the various bureaus, offices, and provinces shall be expended solely for the specific purposes for which appropriated, and for no others, and no amount appropriated for salaries and wages shall be available for the payment of contingent expenses nor shall any amount appropriated for contingent expenses be available for the payment of salaries and wages: Provided, however, That the appropriations herein made for each Bureau, Office, or province shall be available for payment of such expenses as may accrue to said Bureaus, Offices, or provinces by reason of the operations of Acts Numbered Fifteen hundred and nine, Sixteen hundred and ninety-eight, and Seventeen hundred and thirty-nine: And provided further, That the funds herein appropriated for the various branches of the Government are hereby made available for the payment of salaries and allowances of officers and employees for services rendered from January first, nineteen hundred and fourteen, to date of passage of this Act at the rates of compensation they would have received had this Act not been passed, and Act Numbered Twenty-three hundred and four is hereby modified accordingly.

SEC. 4. Unless otherwise provided by this Act, all income accruing to Bureaus and Offices by virtue of the provisions of existing law shall revert to the general unappropriated surplus of the Insular Government.

SEC. 5. The net surplus of all appropriations herein and heretofore made for the current expenses of Bureaus and Offices of the Insular Government shall revert to the general fund as of December thirty-first,  nineteen hundred and fourteen, and shall not thereafter be available for expenditure except by subsequent legislative enactment.

SEC. 6. During the new fiscal year of nineteen hundred and fourteen no Department head or chief of Bureau shall increase or decrease the salary appropriated for each office or employment, any provision of law to the contrary notwithstanding: Provided, That this section shall not affect the provisions of section eighteen of Act Numbered Sixteen hundred and ninety-eight.

SEC. 7. Hereafter no allowance shall be paid to any employee for the maintenance  of means  of transportation owned by him but used on official business, in excess of twenty pesos per month in the case of a horse, or thirty pesos per month in the case of motor vehicles or vessels.

SEC. 8. This Act shall take effect as of January first, nineteen hundred and fourteen.

Enacted, January 31, 1914.

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