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For salaries and allowance in the general offices, four hundred and seventy-eight dollars and eighty-two cents.

For salaries and allowance in the medico-legal department, one hundred and fifty dollars.

For salaries in the court of first instance in Binondo, two hundred and twenty-nine dollars and fifty cents.

For salaries in the court of first instance in Tondo, two hundred and twenty-nine dollars and fifty cents.

For salaries in the court of first instance in Quiapo, two hundred and twenty-nine dollars and fifty cents.

For salaries in the court of first instance in Intramuros, two hundred and seventy-one dollars and seventeen cents.

For salaries in the superior provost court, one hundred and thirtyseven dollars and fifty cents.

For salaries in the inferior provost court, eighty-seven dollars and fifty cents.

For salaries in the office of collector of taxes, one hundred and thirty dollars.

For salaries, stationery and contingent fund in the office of the department of municipal records, two hundred and fifty-five dollars.

For salaries in department of prison records, seventy-five dollars.

For one clerk, department of receipts and disbursements, one hundred dollars.

Total of United States money for the department of municipal records, five thousand, seven hundred and six dollars and sixty-one cents.

For the department of illumination and telephones:

For maintaining of street and harbor lights, two thousand nine hundred and ninety-six dollars and fifty cents.

In public buildings, general officers' residences, police stations, public markets, Carcel de Bilibid, five hundred and eleven dollars and ten cents.

For rental of telephones, one hundred and thirty-two dollars and fifty cents.

For new expenses in this department, eighty-six dollars and forty cents.

Total of United States money for the department of illumination and telephones, three thousand, seven hundred and twenty-six dollars and fifty cents.

For the department of licenses and municipal revenue:

For salaries and disbursements in the department of licenses, slaughterhouse, markets, and incidental expenses, one thousand, eight hundred and forty-two dollars.

For the department of secret service:

For the payment of agents, interpreters, driver, transportation, clerical assistance and information, six hundred and thirty-five dollars.

For the department of prisons:
For the presidio at Manila:

For subsistence, light, salaries, supplies, transportation, hospital, and repairs, two thousand, eight hundred and thirteen dollars and twenty-five cents.

For the carcel publica: For salaries, light, subsistence, supplies and repairs, one thousand, nine hundred and forty-one dollars and seventeen cents.

For bilibid:
For material and repairs, twenty-five dollars.

Total for department of prisons, four thousand, seven hundred and seventy-nine dollars and forty-two cents.

For the department of quartermaster:

For rent of barracks, buildings for civil police and board of health, schoolhouses, observatory, markets, for expenses of city morgue, and miscellaneous expenses and necessary new expenses, eight thousand, six hundred and eight dollars and thirty-one cents.

For the department of the board of health:

For payment of wages and salaries, for apparatus and general expenses, six thousand, two hundred and forty-four dollars and thirty-five cents.

For the assistant adjutant-general's office:

For salaries of interpreters and clerks, for the purchase of three typewriters, for reimbursements for damages of a house on Calle San José, Ermita, per order of court, for support of orphans at Sta. Ysabel College, and political prisoners' meals, for printing, stationery, advertising and contingent expenses, two thousand and twenty-nine dollars and forty-five cents.

For the department of inspection:

For physician to prisoners of war at Fort Santiago, for subsistence and treatment of prisoners and others at San Juan de Dios Hospital, and for subsistence and treatment of indigent and insane natives and Spaniards at Hospitio de San José, two thousand, five hundred dollars. For the department of streets, sanitation, etc.:

For employees in fire, street and sanitation work, seven thousand two hundred and fifty-three dollars.

For employees and carts for city parks and paseos, one thousand, five bundred and twenty-two dollars and sixty cents.

For cleaning matadero and city markets, three hundred and twentyone dollars and thirty-five cents.

For cleaning streets, disposing of garbage, etc., four thousand and forty-six dollars.

For wages to crew of launches and stone scows, one hundred and twenty-six dollars and twenty-five cents.

For road material, hire of carts for the same, constructing new luneta, forage and shoeing for horses, continuation of opening, cleaning, and repairing drains and sewers; for material, expenses, and maintenance and repair of tug, garbage scows, and bancas; material for fire station, street cleaning, and sanitation; additional sanitary inspector, superintendent of parks; increase of salary of chief street and sanitary inspector, thirteen thousand one hundred and nineteen dollars and sixty-seven cents.

Total of United States money for the department of streets, sanitation, etc., twenty-six thousand, three hundred and eighty-eight dollars and eighty-seven cents.

For department of cemeteries:
For cleaning and painting Paco cemetery, two hundred dollars.

Total of United States money for the provost-marshal-general on original requisitions, eighty-six thousand, eight hundred and thirtynine dollars and forty-three cents.

Also for the provost-marshal-general, for the purchase of one hundred and thirty-six wheel mules, eighteen lead mules, thirty-five sanitary dump carts, twenty escort wagons, sixty-one "S. S.” wheel wagon harness, eighteen “S. S.” lead wagon harness, eighty sets of

cart harness, as per special recommendation of the Military Governor, dated October 8, 1900, thirty-three thousand, two hundred and seventy dollars.

Grand total of United States money for the provost-marshal-general, one hundred and twenty thousand one hundred and nine dollars and forty-three cents.

For the general superintendent of education:
For the purchase of maps and globes, two thousand dollars.

For bills incurred by the Military Governoi prior to September 1, 1900, for schoolbooks, to Ginn & Co., and American Book Co., thirty thousand and ninety-one dollars and fifty cents.

For salaries of the general superintendent, chief clerk, property clerk, stenographer, interpreter, janitors and packing, English teachers, one thousand, nine hundred and nine dollars and ninety-nine cents.

For English instruction in the schools outside of Manila not now provided with such instruction, two thousand dollars.

Total for the general superintendent of education, thirty-six thousand and one dollars and forty-nine cents.

For the collector of customs:
For regular supplies, two thousand, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For incidental expenses, one hundred and two dollars and thirtyseven and one-half cents.

For rents and repairs to buildings, two hundred and thirty dollars and fifty cents.

For transportation, one hundred and eighty-nine dollars.

For salaries and wages, three thousand, six hundred and eightypine dollars.

For salaries, eight thousand, one hundred and fifty dollars.

For miscellaneous expense, seven hundred and seventy dollars and fifty cents.

For refunds, three hundred and twenty-four dollars and fifty-two cents.

For repair of old godowns, one thousand dollars.

For extra inspector hire at the port of Cebu, for the month of September, at one hundred dollars a month, one hundred dollars.

For extra inspector hire at the port of Cebu, for the month of October, at one hundred dollars a month, one hundred dollars.

Total of United States money for the collector of customs, seventeen thousand, four hundred and five dollars and ninety cents.

For the collector of internal revenue:

For deficiency estimate for September, one thousand, six hundred and thirty dollars and fifty-five cents.

For regular supplies, two hundred and forty-six dollars and eightyeight cents. For incidental expenses, eighteen dollars and ninety-three cents. For rents and repairs, two hundred and fifty-two dollars. For miscellaneous disbursements, forty-two dollars and five cents.

For salaries and wages, three thousand, two hundred and four dollars and forty-one cents.

For tax refunds, two hundred and fifteen dollars and ninety-four cents.

For transportation, thirty-one dollars and sixty-two cents.

Total of United States money for the collector of internal revenue, five thousand, six hundred and forty-two dollars and thirty-eight cents.

For the auditor for the islands:

For salaries and wages, two thousand, four hundred and ninety-two dollars and fifty cents.

For printing, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

Total of United States money for the auditor of the islands, three thousand, two hundred and forty-two dollars and fifty cents.

For the office of the treasurer:

For salaries and wages, three hundred and twenty-seven dollars and ninety-two cents.

For the office of patents, copyrights, and trade-marks:
For clerk hire, fifty dollars.
For the forestry bureau:

For authorized salaries and wages, eight hundred and forty-five dollars and twenty-five cents.

For incidental expenses for September, fifty dollars.
For incidental expenses for October, one hundred dollars.

Total of United States money for the forestry bureau, nine hundred and ninety-five dollars and twenty-five cents.

For the mining bureau:

For authorized salaries and wages, three hundred and fifty-two dollars and fifty cents.

For post-office box rent, four dollars.

Total of United States money for the mining bureau, three hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty cents.

For the provost-marshal at Cavite:

For subsistence for military prisoners, three hundred and fortyeight dollars and seventy-five cents.

For repairs, nine dollars and forty-four cents.

Total of United States money for the provost-marshal at Cavite, three hundred and fifty-eight dollars and nineteen cents.

For the director-general of posts:

For supplies, furniture, transit charges, stamps, rent, and repairs, one thousand, six hundred and twenty dollars and twenty-three cents.

For transportation, two hundred dollars.

For salaries, eight' thousand, nine hundred and thirty dollars and eighty-seven cents. For miscellaneous expenses, fifteen dollars.

For payment of outgoing foreign mails, for quarter ending September 30, 1900, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

Total of United States money for the director-general of posts, eleven thousand, five hundred and sixteen dollars and ten cents.

For the captain of the port at Manila:

For office supplies, advertising, repairs; for light-house and signal stations, machine shops; public works and floating property, branch hydrographic oflice; office of launches and machine shop mechanical departments, three thousand dollars.

For salaries of office employees, one thousand and eighty-seven dollars and fifty cents.

Wages of crews for launches, four hundred and thirty-five dollars and fifty cents.

Disbursements for light-houses and signal stations, one thousand dollars.

Labor in machine shops, one thousand and sixty-four dollars and fifty-four cents.

Dredging and clearing channel, dry dock, etc., one thousand, one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

Total of United States money for the captain of the port at Manila, seven thousand, seven hundred and twelve dollars and fifty cents.

For the chief quartermaster, third district, department of southern Luzon:

For repair of Tribunal Building at San José de Lagonoy, building now used as barracks, one thousand, two hundred and twenty-four dollars and fifty cents.

Total appropriation of United States money, three hundred and sixty-four thousand, five hundred and ninety-two dollars and twentyfour cents.

Sec. 3. The insular treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to pay, in the money by this act provided, the warrants of the Military Governor for the sums so appropriated.

SEC. 4. The public good requiring the speedy enactment of this appropriation bill, the passage of the same is hereby expedited in accordance with section 2 of "An act prescribing the order of procedure by the Commission in the enactment of laws,” passed September 26, 1900. SEC. 5. This act shall take effect on its

passage. Enacted, October 15, 1900.

[No. 24.] AN ACT establishing a court of first instance for the province of Bohol. By authority of the President of the United States, be it enacted by the United States Philippine Commission that:

SECTION 1. A court of first instance, of the third class, for the proyince of Bohol, is hereby established at Tagbilaran, in the island of Bohol, with the same attributes and connection with the supreme court of the Philippine Islands as the courts of first instance in the province of Manila.

SEC. 2. A clerk and the necessary subordinate officials of this court shall be appointed by the judge thereof.

SEC. 3. The duly appointed attorney-general for said province is hereby authorized to perform the duties of registrar of property pending the appointment of such registrar for said province.

Sec. 4. The clerk of this court is hereby authorized to perform the duties of notary public pending the appointment of a notary public for said province.

Sec. 5. For maintenance of said court the following salaries are hereby provided:

For the judge, at the rate of $2,250.00 a year.

For the attorney-general of the province, at the rate of $1,800.00 a year;

For an interpreter, at the rate of $72.00 a year;
For a clerk, at the rate of $1,200.00 a year;

All payable in Mexican money or its equivalent in United States money.

SEC. 6. Before entering upon the performance of his duties, each of the officers named in the last preceding section shall take the oath of office prescribed in General Orders, No. 20, issued from the office of the United States Military Governor of the Philippine Islands, series

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