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For the Chief Signal Officer:

For purchases and services in connection with the construction and maintenance of telegraph, telephone and cable lines in the Philppine Islands, fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000); for the hire of native labor for city and suburban construction and repair to telegraph and telephone lines and for care of central office, power house and shops, for messengers, and for hire of native laborers employed in cable work, one thousand and twenty dollars ($1,020).

Total for the Chief Signal Officer, sixteen thousand and twenty dollars ($16,020).

For the office of the Provost Marshal General and departments reporting to him:

For the Department of Streets, Parks, Fire and Sanitation:

For salaries and wages, twenty-eight thousand and sixty-nine dollars and fifty cents ($28,069.50); for the cleaning of Matadero and city markets and for removing night soil, twelve hundred and ninety dollars ($1,290); for the wages of crew of launch towing garbage and stone scows, three hundred and seventy-eight dollars and seventy-five cents ($378.75); for night labor on the Calle Rosario and Escolta, four hundred and fifty dollars ($450); for operating the rock quarry at Binangonan, sixteen hundred and twenty dollars ($1,620); for cleaning streets, collecting and disposing of garbage, etc., fourteen thousand, two hundred and fifty-seven dollars and fifty cents ($14,257.50); for road material, for hire of carts, for forage, shoeing, etc., for the continuation of the opening, cleaning and repairing of drains and sewers and for miscellaneous repairs and expenses, forty thousand, three hundred and eighty-six dollars ($10,386); for the construction of the new Luneta, nine thousand dollars ($9,000); for the rent of land on which the Paco Crematory is located, forty-five dollars ($15); for additional laborers, hereby authorized, for street work and for operating rock quarry at Binangonan, for the purchase of hand carts and for salary of a chief clerk for the Department of Streets and Parks, two thousand, three hundred and twenty-five dollars ($2,325).

Total for the Department of Streets, Parks, Fire and Sanitation, ninety-seven thousand, eight hundred and twenty-one dollars and seventy-five cents ($97,821.75).

For the Department of Water Supply;

For salaries and wages, five thousand, three hundred and thirteen dollars ($5,313); for maintenance and supplies, six hundred dollars ($600); for office expenses, seventy-five dollars ($75); for coal, seven thousand and five hundred dollars ($7,500);

Total for the Department of Water Supply, thirteen thousand four hundred and eighty-eight dollars ($13,488).

For the Department of City Public Works:

For salaries and wages, two thousand, seven hundred and sixtyseven dollars and fifty cents ($2,767.50); for office expenses, seventyfive dollars (875); for city bridges, fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500); for Santolan road, four hundred and fifty dollars ($450); for instruments and drawing materials, one hundred and twenty-five dollars ($125); for Luneta sea wall, one thousand dollars ($1,000); for map of Manila, three hundred dollars ($300); for Quinta market, forty-one thousand and two hundred dollars ($41,200); for maintenance of stock, seventy-tive dollars (875); for office transportation, five hundred and tifty dollars ($550);

Total for the Department of City Public Works, forty-eight thousand and forty-two dollars and fifty cents ($48,042.50).

For the Department of Inspection:

For salary of one physician to prisoners of war at Fort Santiago, one hundred and fifty dollars ($150); for subsistence and treatment of prisoners of war and others at the San Juan de Dios Hospital, six hundred dollars ($600); for subsistence and treatment of indigent and insane natives and Spaniards at Hospicio de San José, six thousand, seven hundred and fifty dollars, ($6,750);

Total for the Department of Inspection, seven thousand and five hundred dollars ($7,500);

For the Department of Prisons:

For subsistence of prisoners and lights at Presidio de Manila, four thousand and ninety dollars ($1,090); for salaries of police officers and other employés, three thousand, two hundred and sixty-two dollars and fifty cents ($3,262.50); for sundry office supplies and for rents and repairs, two hundred and forty dollars (8240);

Total for the Presidio de Manila, seven thousand, five hundred and ninety-two dollars and fifty cents ($7,592.50).

For subsistence of prisoners and lights at the Carcel Publica, three thousand, nine hundred and sixty-three dollars ($3,963); for salaries, one thousand and ninety-five dollars ($1,095); for office supplies and miscellaneous repairs, one hundred and eighty-six dollars ($186);

Total for the Carcel Publica, five thousand, two hundred and fortyfour dollars ($5,244).

For Bilibid United States Military Prison, for repairs to buildings, transportation, oil, wire and miscellaneous expenses, one hundred and four dollars ($104);

Total for the Department of Prisons, twelve thousand, nine hundred and forty dollars and fifty cents ($12,940.50).

For the Department of Licenses and Municipal Revenue:

For salaries and wages, for stationery, printing, for transportation and for incidental expenses, six thousand, five hundred and twenty dollars and fifty cents ($6,520.50).

For the Department of Cemeteries:

For salaries and wages, rent of keeper's house, burial of paupers, materials and for incidental expenses, nine hundred and thirteen dollars and fifty cents (8913.50).

For the Department of the Board of Health for the city of Manila:

For salaries and wages of the Department and office force, of Municipal physicians and midwives, of the San Lazaro Hospital, of the San Lazaro Leper Hospital, of the Vaccine Station, of the Veterinary Department, of the Plague Hospital, of the Steam Disinfecting Plant, of the Inspector's Department, of the Bacteriological Department, of the Chemical Department, and of one physician at Malabon, ten thousand, two hundred and seventy-nine dollars and tifty-cents ($10,279.50); for transportation, one thousand and eighty dollars ($1,080); for medicines for municipal dispensary, seven hundred and fifty dollars (8750); for preparing vaccine virus, three hundred dollars ($300); for incidental expenses of the Veterinary Department, of the Board of Health, of the Chemical Department, of the Bacteriological Department and of the Anti-Plague Virus Farm, nine hundred and sixty dollars ($960); for running expenses of the San Lazaro Leper Hospital, of the Smallpox Hospital and of the Plague Hospital, two thousand, three hundred

and fifty dollars ($2,350); for fuel for the Plague Hospital and for the Steam Disinfecting Plant, five hundred dollars ($500); for printing, one hundred and forty-six dollars and twenty five cents ($146.25).

Total for the Department of the Board of Health for the city of Manila, sixteen thousand, three hundred and sixty-five dollars and seventy-five cents ($16,365.75).

For the Department of Police:

For salaries and wages of officers and privates of Manila Police force, for interpreters and other employés, thirty-three thousand, tive hundred and two dollars and fifty cents ($33,502.50); for medical supplies, two hundred and twenty-five dollars ($225); for contingent fund, seventy-five dollars (875):

Total for the Department of Police, thirty-three thousand, eight hundred and two dollars and fifty cents ($33,802.50).

For the Department of Illumination and Telephones:

For maintaining street and harbor lights, for maintaining lights in public buildings, general offices, residences, police stations, public markets and in the Carcel de Bilibid, ten thousand, seven hundred and thirty-five dollars and ninety-five cents ($10,735.95); for rent of telephones, for lights to be installed in Divisoria market and for additional lights in the Carcel de Bilibid, eight hundred and fifty-two dollars and seventy-five cents ($852.75); for material for repairs for existing insulations and for increase of service, seven hundred and six dollars (8706);

Total for the Department of Illuminations and Telephones, twelve thousand, two hundred and ninety-four dollars and seventy cents ($12,294.70).

For the Department of Secret Service:

For salaries and wages, eighteen hundred dollars ($1,800); for transportation of agents and for miscellaneous expenses, five hundred and sixty-two dollars and fifty cents ($562.50);

Total for the Department of Secret Service, two thousand, three hundred and sixty-two dollars and fifty cents ($2,362.50).

For the Office of the Adjutant General of the Provost Marshal General:

For salaries, fifteen hundred and twenty-five dollars and eighty-four cents ($1,525.84); for fifty orphans, at six dollars and fifty cents ($6.50) per month each at the Santa Isabela College, nine hundred and seventy-five dollars ($975); for meals of political prisoners confined at the Anda Street Police Station, seven hundred and forty-four dollars ($714); for stationery, printing and advertising and for contingent expenses, twenty-five hundred dollars ($2,500);

Total for the Office of the Adjutant General of the Provost Marshal General, five thousand, seven hundred and forty-four dollars and eighty-four cents ($5,744.84). For the Department of City Schools in Manila:

For salaries and wages, nineteen thousand, eight hundred and fortytwo dollars and twelve cents ($19,842.12); for carromata hire, two hundred and twenty-five dollars ($225); for books, stationery and incidental expenses; for furniture and repairs; for oil, and for rent of building for girls school at Pasay, seventeen hundred and ten dollars ($1,710); for expenses in opening new municipal school in North Tondo, nine hundred and thirty dollars (8930); for expenses in opening new school at San Lazaro district, four hundred and twenty-four

dollars and fifty cents ($124.50); for expenses in opening new school in Santa Mesa district, four hundred and twenty-four dollars and fifty cents ($121.50); for expenses in opening new school in San Nicolas district, four hundred and twenty-four dollars and fifty cents ($124.50); for new night schools in Ermita and Tondo, twelve hundred and fifteen dollars ($1,215); for additional salary in lieu of rent for certain teachers necessary to be moved with their families from the school buildings, two hundred and seventy dollars ($270); for janitor for municipal schools, one hundred and thirty-six dollars and fifty cents ($136.50);

Total for the Department of City Schools in Manila, twenty-five thousand, six hundred and two dollars and twelve cents ($25,602.12).

For the Quartermaster of the Department of the Provost Guard:

For rent of barracks for civil and military police, including the rent of three buildings in Malabon, seven thousand, eight hundred and thirty-three dollars and fifty cents (87,833.50); for rent of school houses and for rent of the Manila Central Observatory, three thousand, one hundred and seventy-three dollars ($3,173); for rent of Sampaloc market and of Arranque market, seventy-five dollars (875); for expenses of the City Morgue, two hundred and seventeen dollars and tifty cents ($217.50); for miscellaneous rents, for operating Manila C'entral Observatory, for hire of transportation for officers of the city government, for forage and shoeing and for incidental expenses, ten thousand three hundred and forty-nine dollars and nineteen cents ($10,319.19); for alteration and repairs to civil and military police stations and for rice for indigent citizens, five thousand and eight hundred dollars ($5,800); for subsistence of military prisoners, three thousand dollars ($3,000);

Total for the Quartermaster of the Department of the Provost Guard, thirty thousand, four hundred and forty-eight dollars and nineteen cents (830,448.19).

For the Department of Municipal Records:

For salaries of the Judges of all branches of the Supreme Court, four thousand, five hundred and sixty-two dollars and forty-six cents ($4,562.46); for salaries of the Attorney General's Department, three thousand, nine hundred and nineteen dollars and eighty-six cents (83,919.86); for the employés in the civil and criminal branches, in the general offices, in the medico-legal department, three thousand, four hundred and three dollars and fifty cents ($3,403.50); for the salaries of the Judges, Justices of the Peace, Bailiffs and other employés of the District Courts of First Instance in Binondo, Tondo, Quiapo, and Intramuros, and of the Courts of the Justices of the Peace of Binondo, Tondo, Quiapo and Intramuros, six thousand, nine hundred and five dollars and ninety-seven cents ($6,905.97); for salaries of the Superior Provost Court, of the Inferior Provost Court, of the Department of the Collector of Taxes, of the Department of Municipal Records and of the Department of Prison Records, two thousand and fifty-five dollars ($2,055);

Total for the Department of Municipal Records, twenty thousand, eight hundred and forty-six dollars and seventy-nine cents ($20,846.79). For the Department of Hospitals:

For salaries and wages in the First Reserve Hospital, Second Reserve Hospital, Hospital Number Three and Corregidor Convalescent Hospital, twelve hundred and forty-two dollars ($1,242);

Total for the Provost Marshal General and departments reporting to

him, three hundred and thirty-five thousand, nine hundred and thirtysix dollars and fourteen cents ($335,936.14).

For the General Superintendent of Education:

For salaries of the General Superintendent of Education and employés of his department, including the salaries of two teachers in the pueblo of San Pedro Macati, at twenty dollars (820) a month each, hereby authorized, two thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars ($2,970); for salaries and expenses of English teachers, ten thousand dollars ($10,000); for salaries of District Superintendents, five thousand dollars ($5,000);

Total for the General Superintendent of Education, seventeen thousand, nine hundred and seventy dollars ($17,970).

For the Collector of Customs of the Islands and of the Chief Port:

For regular supplies, eight thousand dollars ($8,000); for incidental expenses, four hundred and sixty three dollars and sixty-two cents ($163.62); for rents and repairs to buildings, eleven hundred and ninety-six dollars and fifty cents ($1,196.50); for transportation, two thousand, eight hundred and ten dollars and fifty cents ($2,810.50); for salaries and wages, including the salary of an additional employé in the Secret Service Department, hereby authorized, at one hundred dollars ($100) per month, forty thousand and forty-six dollars and fifty cents ($10,046.50); for miscellaneous expenses, twenty-one thousand, nine hundred and seventy-eight dollars and thirty-two cents ($21, 978.32); for a refund of duties to the Colton Exporting and Importing Company, hereby authorized, eight dollars and nine cents (88.79);

Total for the Collector of Customs of the Islands and of the Chief Port, seventy-four thousand, five hundred and three dollars and fiftythree cents (874,503.53).

For the Collector of Internal Revenue of the Islands:

For regular supplies, two thousand, seven hundred and forty-nine dollars and ninety-nine cents ($2,749.99); for salaries and wages, ten thousand, three hundred and twenty-nine dollars and fifty-nine cents ($10,329.59); for rents and repairs, nine hundred and twenty dollars and ninety-five cents (8920.95); for miscellaneous and incidental expenses, one hundred and eighty-three dollars and fifteen cents ($183.15); for tax refunds, three dollars ($3); for transportation, one hundred and seventy-one dollars and ninety-six cents ($171.96); for expenses in the Fourth District of the Visayas, twelve hundred and fifteen dollars ($1,215);

Total for the Collector of Internal Revenue of the Islands for the first quarter of the year 1901, fifteen thousand, five hundred and seventy-three dollars and sixty-four cents ($15,573.64);

For the payment of salaries and expenses for the months of July, October, November and December, 1900, by way of deficiency, two hundred and ten dollars and fifty cents ($210.50); for transportation, rents and repairs, tax refunds and miscellaneous expenses, for the same months, two hundred and eighty-six dollars and forty-one cents (8286.41);

Total for the deficiency appropriation for the Collector of Internal Revenue for the Islands, four hundred and ninety-six dollars and ninety-one cents ($496.91);

Grand total for the Collector of Internal Revenue for the Islands, sixteen thousand and seventy dollars and fifty-five cents ($16,070.55),

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