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To meet other requisitions, seventeen thousand, six hundred and sixteen dollars.

To meet miscellaneous requisitions during the month, ten thousand dollars.

Total of Mexican money for the chief quartermaster, one hundred and seventy-four thousand, nine hundred and sixteen dollars.

For the chief signal officer:

For purchases and services in connection with the construction and maintenance of telegraph, telephone and cable lines, two thousand, five hundred dollars.

For the office of the provost-marshal-general:

For clothing for native police, three thousand, nine hundred and twenty dollars.

For streets, parks, fire and sanitation, and water supply, four thousand, six hundred and thirty dollars.

For refunding to the municipality of Malabon certain license fees accruing after July 1, 1900, thirty-nine dollars and fifty cents.

Total of Mexican money for the provost-marshal-general, eight thousand, five hundred and eighty-nine dollars and fifty cents.

For the forestry bureau:

For salaries of officials authorized for October, six hundred and fifty dollars.

Traveling and incidental expenses for September, one hundred dollars.

Traveling and incidental expenses for October, one hundred dollars.

Total of Mexican money for the forestry bureau, eight hundred and fifty dollars.

For the office of the provost-marshal of Cavite:

For salaries of interpreter, translator, clerk, and janitor, one hundred and forty dollars.

For new bid on desk, twenty dollars.

Total of Mexican money for the provost-marshal of Cavite, one hundred and sixty dollars.

For the office of the captain of the port at Iloilo:

For authorized salaries and office expenses, one thousand and thirty dollars.

For authorized salaries and expenses of light-houses at Iloilo, Siete Pecados, Calabasas, Gigantes, Luzaran, Marigonigo, six hundred and thirty-five dollars.

For authorized salaries on the government tug “Nesan," seven hundred dollars.

For authorized salaries for water-front police, four hundred and twenty dollars.

For authorized salaries on government launch “Vicenta," two hundred and thirty-two dollars and fifty cents.

For authorized salaries on river dredger - Rosario," three hundred and seventy-five dollars.

For engine-room supplies, one hundred and fifty dollars.

For removing deck house and placing two tanks on tug “Nesan," two hundred dollars.

For regular authorized labor, five hundred and sixty-two dollars and fifty cents.

For labor on quay wall and front, one hundred and sixty-two dollars and fifty cents.

For stone and cement for quay wall and front, three hundred dollars.

Total of Mexican money for the captain of the port at Iloilo, four thousand, seven hundred and sixty-seven dollars and fifty cents.

For the office of the captain of the port of Cebu:
For authorized salaries and wages, six hundred and fifteen dollars.
For the office of the captain of the port of Aparri:

For supplies and necessary material, one hundred dollars and thirtyfive cents.

For authorized salaries at Cape Engaño light-house, one hundred and ninety-one dollars.

For authorized salaries for Linao light-house, seventy-five dollars.

Total of Mexican money for the captain of the port at Aparri, three hundred and sixty-six dollars and thirty-five cents.

For the office of the captain of the port at Dagupan:
For authorized salaries, two hundred and twenty-five dollars.
For the office of the captain of the port at Capiz:
For incidental expenses, eight dollars and forty cents.
For salaries, seventy-six dollars.

Total of Mexican money for the captain of the port at Capiz, eightyfour dollars and forty cents.

For the office of the captain of the port at Batangas:
For authorized salaries, forty-five dollars.
For the office of the captain of the port of Dapitor:
For rent of one boarding boat, five dollars.
For authorized salaries, thirty-two dollars and fifty cents.

Total of Mexican money for the captain of the port of Dapitor, thirty-seven dollars and fifty cents.

For the major-general commanding and military governor:

For payment in full satisfaction and liquidation of the claim of the Government of Spain, for reimbursement for cattle, saddles, carts, harness, etc., delivered by the Spanish authorities to the United States military authorities on the 13th and 14th of August, 1898, being the sum agreed upon for that purpose by John A. Hull, judge-advocate, United States Volunteers, and the Spanish board of liquidation, twentyfive thousand dollars.

For maintenance of public schools at San Pedro Macati, in the department of southern Luzon, from the first day of October, 1900, to the first day of January, 1901, being eighty dollars per month, two hundred and forty dollars.

Total appropriation of Mexican money, two hundred and eighteen thousand, three hundred and ninety-six dollars and twenty-five cents.

Sec. 2. The following sums in United States money are hereby appropriated, out of any money in the insular treasury, not otherwise appropriated, for the payment of current expenses of the insular government for the month of October, 1900, for the purpose and objects hereinafter expressed, namely:

For the chief quartermaster of the United States Army, for the division of the Philippines:

For printing and stationery, five thousand dollars.

For the purchase of office furniture and fixtures, and hire of interpreters, two thousand dollars.

For the payment of cablegrams, telegrams and telephones, twelve thousand, five hundred dollars.

For cleaning of cesspools, vaults, and closets in Manila, two thousand, five hundred dollars.

For rents and repairs to buildings in Manila, fifteen thousand, five hundred and forty-two dollars.

For funds for the department of northern Luzon, twenty thousand dollars.

For funds for the department of southern Luzon, five thousand dollars.

For funds to meet other authorized requisitions, five thousand dollars.

(The last three items being in accordance with General Order No. 93.)

For funds for the depot quartermaster, Manila, for expenses of Navy gunboats, pony corral, stable, cold storage plant, first reserve hospital, purchase of coal and oil, twenty-eight thousand dollars.

For funds to meet miscellaneous requisitions during the month, seventeen thousand dollars.

Total of United States money for the chief quartermaster, one hundred and twelve thousand, five hundred and forty-two dollars.

For the office of the disbursing quartermaster, civil bureau:

For authorized salaries for the court of first instance at Ilocos Sur, four hundred and seventy-two dollars and fifty cents.

For authorized salaries for the court of justice at Vigan, Ilocos Sur, ninety-seven dollars.

For authorized salaries for the court of the first instance at Dagupan, three hundred and seventy-two dollars and fifty cents.

For authorized salaries for the court of justice at Dagupan, ninetyseven dollars.

For authorized salaries for the court of first instance at Tueguegarao, three hundred and sixty-five dollars and fifty cents.

For authorized salaries for the court of justice at Tueguegarao, ninety-seven dollars.

For authorized salaries for the court of first instance at Bacalor, three hundred and sixty-five dollars and fifty cents.

For authorized salaries for the court of justice at Bacalor, ninetyseven dollars.

For authorized salaries for the court of first instance at Iloilo, three hundred and sixty-five dollars and fifty cents.

For authorized salaries for the court of justice at Iloilo, ninetyseven dollars.

For authorized salaries for the court of first instance at Cebu, three hundred and sixty-five dollars and fifty cents.

For authorized salaries for the court of justice at Cebu, ninety-seven dollars.

For authorized salaries for the court of first instance at Cavite, two hundred and seventy-seven dollars and seventy-five cents.

For authorized salaries for the court of justice at Cavite, seventyfive dollars.

For authorized salaries for the court of first instance at San Isidro, three hundred and one dollars and seventy-five cents.

For authorized salaries for the court of justice at San Isidro, seventyfive dollars.

For authorized salaries for the court of first instance at Laoag, three hundred and one dollars and seventy-five cents.

For authorized salaries for the court of justice of Laoag, seventyfive dollars.

For authorized salaries for the court of first instance at Balanga, two hundred and sixty dollars and twenty-five cents.

For authorized salaries for the court of justice at Balanga, seventyfive dollars.

For pay of civil employees in offices of board of officers on claims, chief quartermaster, judge-advocate, military secretary, officer in charge of insurgent records, supreme court, inspector-general, as authorized, one thousand, three hundred and forty-four dollars.

For pay of laborers, janitors, and for towels, two hundred and twenty-eight dollars and ninety-seven cents.

For payment of claims presented by the board of officers on claims, five thousand dollars.

For supplies for issue and miscellaneous expenses, ten thousand dollars.

For balance of stationery bill dated March 5, 1900, on authority granted April 20, 1900, fifteen thousand, five hundred and six dollars and seventy-four cents.

For rents and repairs, one thousand, two hundred and ten dollars.

For purchase of road tools for provost-marshal-general, authorized August 20, 1900, two thousand, three hundred and forty-two dollars and fifty cents.

For pay of civil employees in office of disbursing quartermaster, four hundred and eighty-nine dollars and seventeen cents.

For pay of civil employees in office of judge-advocate, three hundred dollars.

For pay of civil employees in office of board of officers on claims, one hundred dollars.

For pay of civil employees in office of adjutant-general, seven hundred and seventy-six dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For pay of civil employees in office of military governor, one thousand and sixteen dollars and sixty-six cents.

For pay of civil employees in office of officer in charge of insurgent records, one hundred and fifty-eight dollars and thirty-three cents.

For pay of civil employees in the supreme court, seven hundred and ninety-one dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For pay of civil employees in the office of inspector-general, one hundred and ninety-one dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For payment of salaries, claims, and miscellaneous bills, impossible to itemize, one thousand dollars.

Total of United States money for the disbursing quartermaster, civil bureaus, forty-four thousand, seven hundred and eighty-six dollars and eighty-eight cents.

For medical supply depot:

For payment of twenty-five Chinese coolies, under authority granted July 30, 1900, three hundred and ten dollars.

For the chief ordnance officer:

For authorized salaries and wages, gravel purchased for repairing roads inside arsenal, for hard wood for flagstaff at depot, galvanizediron roofing for arsenal buildings, four hundred and sixty-three dollars and seventy cents.

For the chief signal officer: For purchases and wages in construction and maintenance of telephone, telegraph and cable lines, one thousand, five hundred and fortyseven dollars.

For the provost-marshal-general:

For the department of public health:

For maintenance of patients, payment of wages, salaries, and for supplies, San Lazaro hospital, six hundred and twenty dollars.

For extra hose and additional apparatus for odorless excavator, ordered on April 21, by the Military Governor, one thousand, three hundred and ninety-eight dollars and seventy-five cents.

Total for the department of public health, two thousand and eighteen dollars and seventy-five cents.

For the department of water supply:

For salaries, maintenance, and office expenses, one thousand, nine hundred and forty-six dollars.,

For the department of city public works:

For salaries, wages, office expenses, expenditure on bridge of Spain, Santolan road, and Luneta sea wall, three thousand, tive hundred and ninety dollars.

For the department of cemeteries:

For wages, rent, and burial of paupers, supplies, advertising, and incidental expenses, three hundred and sixty dollars and fifty cents.

For the department of native police:

For payment of native police, interpreters, medical supplies, and contingent fund, eleven thousand and eighty-two dollars and fifty cents.

For the department of city schools:

For salaries of teachers of English, and in primary schools, and girls' municipal school, and in high school, and in Ateneo, and porters for the same, three thousand three hundred and fourteen dollars and thirty-three and one-half cents.

For salaries in nautical school, three hundred and thirty-five dollars and eighty-three cents.

For salaries in superintendent's office, three hundred and thirty-five dollars.

For carromatta hire, seventy-five dollars.

For new furniture for schools, two hundred and fifty dollars.

For authorized salaries for teachers in night schools, one hundred and thirty-three dollars.

For additional teachers in night schools, one hundred and thirtythree dollars.

For increase in English teaching force, one hundred and eighty dollars.

For salaries in proposed new municipal schools, one hundred and ninety dollars.

Total of United States money for the department of city schools, five thousand one hundred and eighty-one dollars and sixteen and onehalf cents.

For the department of municipal records:

For salaries of judges in the supreme court, one thousand five hundred and twenty dollars and eighty-two cents.

For salaries in the attorney-general's department, one thousand three hundred and six dollars and sixty-two cents.

For salaries and allowances in civil branches, one hundred and seventy-five dollars and thirty-four cents.

For salaries and allowance in criminal branch, three hundred and thirty dollars and thirty-four cents.

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