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class four, one clerk class five, three clerks class six, four clerks class seven, five clerks class eight, nine clerks class nine, one clerk at one thousand and fifty dollars per annum, two clerks class ten, four clerks Class A, two clerks Class B, one clerk Class C, three watchmen Class C, one clerk Class D, two clerks Class H, six employees at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each, and for the hire during the first and second quarters of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three of such foremen, teamsters, drivers, stablemen, blacksmiths, saddlers, wheelwrights, and additional watchmen and laborers as may from time to time be necessary in the Transportation Division, coal and lumber yards, and for the handling of supplies, not to exceed fifteen thousand four hundred dollars, twenty-nine thousand and fifteen dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of the Insular Purchasing Agent, nineteen hundred and 'hree: For contingent expenses, including supplies, rents, repairs to transportation, forage for horses, vehicles and harnesses, purchase of animals, medicines, veterinary supplies and attendance, and other incidental expenses, twenty-one thousand one hundred and fifty dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of the Insular Purchasing Agent fifty thousand one hundred and sixty-five dollars.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.

Salaries and ivages, Office of the Secretary of the Interior, nineteen hundred and three: Secretary of the Interior at ten thousand five hundred dollars per annum, one clerk class eight, two thousand nine hundred and seventy-five dollars.

Transportation, Office of the Secretary of the Interior, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of employees on official business, one hundred and fifty dollars.

Transportation, Office of the Secretary of the Interior, nineteen hundred and two: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of employees on official business during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, twenty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Office of the Secretary of the Interior, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, furniture, and other incidental expenses, one hundred dollars.

In all, for the Office of the Secretary of the Interior, three thousand two hundred and forty-five dollars.

BOARD OF HEALTH FOR THE PHILIPPINES.

Salaries and wages, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and three: Commissioner of Public Health at six thousand dollars per annum from August first to September thirtieth, Chief Health Inspector at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum, Sanitary Engineer at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum, secretary at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum, four medical inspectors class five, four employees class six, two employees class seven, one employee class eight, seven employees class nine, twelve employees class ten, six employees Class A, seven employees at seven hundred and fifty dollars per annum each, seven employees Class D, one employee Class E, one employee at four hundred and fifty dollars per annum, one employee Class G, five employees Class H, seventy-six employees Class I, three employees Class J, twenty employees at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each, two employees at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each, twentyseven employees at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, twenty-five employees at ninety dollars per annum each, six employees at seventy-two dollars per annum each, twenty-one employees at sixty dollars per annum each, president of the board of health of Surigao at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum, president of the board of health of Antique at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum, extra allowance for disbursing officer at two hundred dollars per annum, twenty-seven thousand six hundred and forty dollars and fifty cents.

Salaries and wages, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and two: Assistant Director of the Serum Institute at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum from March thirteenth to March thirty-first, nineteen hundred and two, sixty dollars.

Support of hospitals, plants, and stations, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and three: For support and maintenance of the Women's Department San Lazaro Hospital, Leper Department San Lazaro Hospital, leper colonies at Cebu and Palestina, plague and smallpox hospitals, plague hospital crematory, steam disinfecting plant, municipal dispensaries, Hospicio de San Jos£, Colegio de Santa Isabel, veterinary department, support of indigent natives in the provinces, vaccine station and serum institute, and for the preparation of the leper colony at Culion, including the construction of houses, roads, hospitals, warehouses, water supply, quarters for officers and attendants, crematory, and so forth, salaries and wages of necessary temporary employees engaged in construction and care of colony, transportation of lepers to the colony, and other incidental expenses in the above work, not to exceed fifty thousand dollars, eighty-six thousand four hundred and fifty-seven dollars.

Suppression and extermination of epidemic diseases and pests, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and three: For the suppression and extermination of epidemic diseases and pests, rentals, equipments, and maintenance of hospitals, plants, camps, and stations for epidemic diseases, including medicines for the same, expenses of disposition of the dead, subsistence of inmates and employees of hospitals, plants, camps, and stations, and so forth, subsistence of employees sent from Manila to provincial towns, expenses incurred in the distribution of distilled water, purchase of disinfectants, reimbursement for property, clothing, and so forth, destroyed to prevent the spread of epidemics, expenses incurred in cleaning up infected districts, medicines for indigent natives, salaries and wages for necessary temporary employees engaged in the suppression of epidemics, and per diem allowances of one dollar and fifty cents to Army medical officers in lieu of any loss from the discontinuance of commutation of quarters or otherwise owing to their detail for civil duty with the Board of Health, and for other incidental expenses, seventy-nine thousand two hundred and one dollars and sixty-eight cents.

Suppression and extermination of epidemic diseases and pests, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and two: For the suppression and extermination of epidemic diseases and pests, rentals, equipment and maintenance of hospitals, plants, camps, and stations for epidemic diseases, including medicines for the same, expenses of disposition of the dead, subsistence of inmates and employees of hospitals, plants, camps, and stations, and so forth, subsistence of employees sent from Manila to provincial towns, expenses incurred in the distribution of distilled water, purchase of disinfectants, reimbursement for property, clothing, and so forth, destroyed to prevent the spread of epidemics, expenses incurred in cleaning up infected districts, medicines for indigent natives, salaries and wages for necessary temporary employees engaged in the suppression of epidemics, and per diem allowances of one dollar and fifty cents to Army medical officers in lieu of any loss from the discontinuance of commutations of quarters or otherwise, owing to their detail for civil duty with the Board of Health, and other incidental expenses, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, seven thousand five hundred dollars.

Transportation, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and three: For the transportation of freight, actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, purchase of ponies, harnesses, and carts for disinfecting purposes, repairs to wagons and harnesses, rental of launches, lorchas, and bancas during the cholera epidemic, rental of vehicles in Manila on official business when the same can not be supplied by the Insular Purchasing Agent, forage for horses, eleven thousand and five dollars.

Transportation, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and two: For the transportation of freight, actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, purchase of ponies, harnesses, and carts for disinfecting purposes, repairs to wagons and harnesses, rental of launches, lorchas, and bancas during the cholera epidemic, rental of vehicles in Manila on official business when the same can not be supplied by the Insular Purchasing Agent, forage for horses, during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, four thousand seven hundred and ninety-eight dollars and seventy-eight cents.

Contingent expenses, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including stationery, supplies, repairs to office furniture, rent of telephones, cablegrams, advertising, per diems of five dollars for the Commissioner of Public Health, per diems of five dollars for the Chief Health Inspector, lighting of laboratory, removal of night soil from buildings occupied by the Insular Government, and other incidental expenses, two thousand four hundred and fortysix dollars.

Contingent expenses, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and two: For lighting of laboratory during the month of September, nineteen hundred and one, and removal of night soil from buildings occupied by the Insular Government, eight hundred and forty-two dollars and eight cents.

Salaries and wages, installation of the pail system in the city of Manila, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred, and three: For salaries and wages of such officers and employees as may be approved or authorized by the Secretary of the Interior, twelve thousand nine hundred and thirty-three dollars and thirty-three cents.

Contingent expenses, installation of the pail system in the city of Manila, Board of Health for the Philippines, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, repairs to pails, launches, barges, and so forth, purchase of vehicles and horses, blacksmiths' supplies, and other incidental expenses, fifty-eight thousand one hundred and thirty-two dollars.

The difference between the amount expended for the installation of the pail system in the city of Manila and the amount collected therefor from property owners and deposited in the Insular Treasury, shall be reimbursed at the close of each fiscal year to the Insular Government by the city of Manila, and when such reimbursement is fully made all property, such as launches, barges, and so forth, purchased in carrying out the provisions of the appropriation, shall revert to and become the property of the city of Manila.

In all, for the Board of Health for the Philippines, two hundred and ninety-one thousand and sixteen dollars and thirty-seven cents.

QUARANTINE SERVICE.

Salaries and wages. Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and three: One officer at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum, one officer at two thousand two hundred dollars per annum, one officer at two thousand dollars per annum, six officers at one thousand six hundred dollars per annum each, one engineer class nine, one employee at one thousand and twenty dollars per annum, three employees Class A, two employees Class D, three employees Class F, two employees Class H, five employees Class J, eighteen employees at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each, seven employees at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, crews of launches at Manila, Iloilo, and Cebu, not to exceed one thousand five hundred and fifteen dollars, and emergency disinfectors and temporary attendants, not to exceed nine hundred and seventy-five dollars, nine thousand seven hundred and thirty dollars.

The Chief Quarantine Officer is hereby authorized to pay the salaries of the following employees for the first quarter of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, out of funds appropriated in Act Numbered Four hundred and thirty for ''Salaries and wages, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and three": One engineer Class F, one disinfector Class H, two attendants at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; and he is further authorized to expend a sum not exceeding one hundred and fifty dollars for emergency disinfectors and temporary attendants in addition to the amount appropriated for that purpose in Act Numbered Four hundred and thirty.

Transportation, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, including traveling expenses of officers from the United States and Europe, transportation of supplies, repairs, supplies, and miscellaneous expenses of quarantine launches, three thousand three hundred dollars.

Commutation of quarters, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and three: For commutation of quarters of officers of the Quarantine Service as authorized by the Regulations of the United States Treasury Department, one thousand five hundred and forty dollars.

Support of Mariveles Quarantine Station, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and three: For support of Mariveles Quarantine Station, including subsistence, supplies, purchase of coal and disinfectants and the transfer of same, and other incidental expenses, five thousand one hundred dollars.

Contingent expenses, Quarantine Service, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including rent of office, furniture, supplies, office expenses, expenses in raising and repairing disinfecting barge wrecked by typhoon and expenses incident in dispatching assistance to the same, for equipment of camp at Iloilo for isolating and caring for cases of cholera and segregating contacts taken from vessels at Iloilo, and for other incidental expenses, four thousand five hundred and seventy dollars.

In all, for the Quarantine Service, twenty-four thousand two hundred and forty dollars.

FORESTRY BUREAU.

Salaries and wages, Forestry Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: Assistant Chief of Bureau at three thousand dollars per annum, Manager of Timber Testing Laboratory at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum, six foresters at two thousand four hundred doPars per annum each, four inspectors class six, one clerk class six, four clerks class eight, five clerks class nine, six assistant inspectors class nine, four clerks Class A, six assistant inspectors Class A, one skilled laborer Class A, two clerks Class D, ten assistant foresters Class D, two skilled laborers Class F, twenty-five rangers Class G, one draftsman Class H, three skilled laborers Class H, forty rangers Class I, six clerks Class I, three carpenters Class J, two employees at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each, extra allowance to disbursing officer from August first at two hundred dollars per annum, hire of laborers for field parties not to exceed seven hundred dollars, twenty-two thousand five hundred and fifty dollars.

Transportation, Forestry Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: For transportation of freight, and for per diems of ninety cents for officials and employees on official travel under the same provisions as applied to the traveling examiners of the Auditor's and Treasurer's offices by Act Numbered Three hundred and fifty-eight, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars.

Contingent expenses, Forestry Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including rent of offices, grounds, and telephones, purchase of wood samples and materials, purchase of books and periodicals, per diems of five dollars for the Chief of the Bureau, and other incidental expenses, four thousand five hundred and thirty-two dollars.

In all, for the Forestry Bureau, twenty-eight thousand nine hundred and fiftyseven dollars.

MINING BUREAU.

Salaries and wages, Mining Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: Chief of Bureau at three thousand dollars per annum, Mining Engineer and Assayer class six, one clerk class nine, one clerk class ten, one clerk Class C, one clerk Class D, one clerk Class F, two clerks Class I, one employee at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum, one employee at eighty dollars per annum, two thousand four hundred dollars.

Geological and Mineralogical Surveys, Mining Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: For the expenses in connection with the Geological and Mineralogical Surveys, including salaries and wages of employees, transportation of employees, and supplies, and other incidental expenses in connection with the above work, one hundred dollars.

Contingent expenses, Mining Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, books, stationery, and other incidental expenses, two hundred and forty-eight dollars and forty-eight cents.

In all, for the Mining Bureau, two thousand seven hundred and forty-eight dollars and forty-eight cents.

PHILIPPINE WEATHER BUREAU.

Salaries and wages, Philippine Weather Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: Director at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum, four Assistant Directors at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum each, secretary and librarian at one thousand four hundred dollars per annum, three clerks Class A, five clerks Class C, five clerks Class D, one clerk Class G, three clerks Class I, four employees at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each, eight chief observers for first-class branch stations at six hundred dollars per annum each, eight assistant observers for firstclass branch stations at one hundred dollars per annum each, twelve observers for second-class branch stations at three hundred dollars per annum each, twenty-two observers for third-class branch stations at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum each, eight observers for rain stations at ninety dollars per annum each, extra allowance for disbursing clerk at two hundred dollars per annum, nine thousand one hundred dollars.

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

Contingent expenses, Philippine Weather Bureau, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including rents, stationery, supplies, electric lights, telephone, installation of instruments in branch stations, and other incidental expenses, one thousand six hundred and twenty-five dollars.

In all, for the Philippine Weather Bureau, ten thousand nine hundred and seventyfive dollars.

BUREAU OF PUBLIC LANDS.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Public Lands, nineteen hundred and three: Chief of Bureau at three thousand two hundred dollars per annum, one clerk class six, one clerk class seven, one clerk class eight, one clerk class ten, two clerks Class I, one messenger at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum, two thousand four hundred and thirty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Public Lands, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including furniture, office supplies, and other incidental expenses, seventy-five dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Public Lands, two thousand five hundred and five dollars.

BUREAU OF AGRICULTURE.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Agriculture, nineteen hundred and three: Chief of Bureau at four thousand dollars per annum, one Director of Animal Industry class three, one Soil Physicist class five, one Fiber Expert class five, one Botanist and Assistant Agrostologist class five who shall also perform the duties of Botanist in the Forestry Bureau, one expert in charge of plant and seed introduction class five, one superintendent of Government farms class six, one expert in tropical agriculture class eight, one expert in plant culture and plant breeding class nine, one superintendent of experimental station in Manila class nine, one expert in farm machinery and management class ten, one clerk class five, one clerk class seven, three clerks class eight, two clerks class nine, one artist Class A, two clerks Class C, four student scientific aids Class F, one employee at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum, one employee at ninety dollars per annum, manager of stock farm at two thousand dollars per annum, fore man of stock farm Class C, and local and special agents, guides, interpreters, and other labor required in the city of Manila or elsewhere, not to exceed two thousand nine hundred dollars, twelve thousand two hundred and seven dollars and fifty cents.

Transportation, Bureau of Agriculture, nineteen hundred and three: For per diems of two dollars and fifty cents for officials and employees on official travel under the same provisions as applied to the traveling examiners of the Auditor's and Treasurer's offices by Act Numbered Three hundred and fifty-eight, the transportation of supplies, and for the hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when it is impossible for the Insular Purchasing Agent to provide the same, not to exceed fifty dollars, one thousand three hundred dollars.

Transportation, Bureau of Agriculture, nineteen hundred and two: For the hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when it was impossible for the Insular Purchasing Agent to provide the same, during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, twenty-five dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Agriculture, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including collecting and purchasing valuable seeds, roots, bulbs, trees, shrubs, vines, and plants for experiment, cultivation, and distribution; for paper, twine, gum, and all necessary material required for putting up and distributing the same; for the investigation of the soils of the Philippine Islands, and for indicating upon maps or plats, by coloring or otherwise, the results of such investigations, and to map the tobacco, hemp, sugar, rice, cocoanut, fruit, and vegetable soils of the Philippine Archipelago; for investigating methods of curing tobacco; for originating, through selection and breeding, improved varieties of tobacco, hemp, sugar, rice, fruits, and vegetables, and introducing foreign plants promising to be of value to the Islands; for conducting investigations of the grasses, forage plants, and animal foods, and the means of improving the forage supply of the Islands; for carrying on investigations relating to the medicinal, poisonous, fiber, and other economic plants, and for conducting special investigations of the leading staple plant products of the Archipelago; for investigating the history and habits of injurious and beneficial insects and the best means for destroying those found to be injurious to agricultural crops; for conducting investigations on the diseases of plants and methods of preventing them; for the investigation of the live stock, dairy, and other animal industries of the Philippines, and the improvement of existing breeds of domestic animals; for subscriptions to and purchase of agricultural and scientific and technical books, periodicals, magazines, and publications necessary for the work of the Bureau; for the purchase of stationery, furniture, cases, and all other necessary office supplies; for advertising, telegraphing, cabling, telephone, messenger service, electric lighting, and post-office expenses; for the purchase of ice for the office in Manila; for the purchase and hire of horses, mules, and other working animals for use on the Government farms and experimental stations, for harnesses, wagons, carts, and so forth; for forage for animals; blacksmith tools, forges, and shoeing of animals; for veterinary attendance and supplies; for the purchase of lumber, nails, agricultural tools and machinery, carpenter tools and scientific instruments, for the lease or purchase of land near or in Manila for experimental purposes, and for rents; fourteen thousand five hundred dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Agriculture, twenty-eight thousand and thirty-two dollars and fifty cents.

BUREAU OF NON-CHRISTIAN TRIBES.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes, nineteen hundred and three: Chief of Bureau at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum, Assistant Chief of Bureau at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum, Agent for Moro Affairs at

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