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one thousand dollars per annum, one clerk class eight, one collector of natural history specimens class eight, one assistant collector of natural history specimens Class D, two clerks Class H, one employee at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum,one employee at ninety dollars per annum, two thousand eight hundred and twenty-two dollars and fifty cents.

Transportation, Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers, employees, collectors, and schoolteachers engaged in collecting data and material, and for the transportation of supplies, six hundred dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including supplies, furniture, books, instruments, rent of office, hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when such transportation can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed thirty-five dollars, and other incidental expenses, nine hundred dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes, four thousand three hundred and twenty-two dollars and fifty cents.

BUREAU OF GOVERNMENT LABORATORIES.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Government Laboratories, nineteen hundred and three: Superintendent of Government Laboratories, at four thousand dollars per annum, one chemist and investigator class five, one chemist class six, one physiological chemist class six, one pathologist class six, one entomologist class six, one assistant biologist at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum, one assistant bacteriologist at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum, three clerks class eight, one chemist and food analyst class nine, one photographer class nine, one assistant chemist class nine, one clerk at one thousand and twenty dollars per annum, one preparator of culture media Class D, one curator Class I, one clerk Class I, one employee Class J, two employees at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each, four employees at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, one temporary employee class six from October first to November thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two, seven thousand one hundred and ten dollars.

Transportation, Bureau of Government Laboratories, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees, 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, and the transportation of supplies, four hundred and fifty dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Government Laboratories, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including an allowance at the Army rate for quarters for one medical officer detailed by the Army, rent of laboratory building, purchase of chemicals and apparatus, not to exceed ten thousand five hundred and eleven dollars and thirty-five cents, books, not to exceed three thousand eight hundred and fiftyseven dollars and fifty-five cents, surgical instruments, repairs to apparatus, office supplies, stationery, photographic supplies, per diems of five dollars to the Director of the Biological Laboratory, and for other incidental expenses, sixteen thousand one hundred and ninety-three dollars and forty cents.

In all, for the Bureau of Government Laboratories, twenty-three thousand seven hundred and fifty-three dollars and forty cents.

BUREAU OP PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, AND TRADE-MARKS.

Salaries and tvages, Bureau of Patents, Copyrights, and Trade-Marks, nineteen hundrea and three: One clerk Class A, two hundred and twenty-five dollars.

PHILIPPINE CIVIL HOSPITAL.

Salaries and wages, Philippine Civil Hospital, nineteen hundred and three: Attending Physician and Surgeon at three thousand dollars per annum, Assistant Attending Physician and Surgeon at two thousand dollars per annum, house surgeon at one thousand dollars per annum, one superintendent class eight, one superintendent class nine from July first to September thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two, three hundred dollars, one dispensing clerk class nine, one chief nurse at one thousand and twenty dollars per annum, one dietist Class C, ten nurses Class C, ten ward attendants Class D, one employee Class G, three employees Class I, one employee at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum, one ambulance driver at six hundred dollars per annum, one driver at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum, five employees at one hundred and forty dollars per annum each, eight employees at one hundred and fifteen dollars per annum each, five employees at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, four employees at ninety dollars per annum each, seven thousand three hundred and eighty-five dollars.

Contingent expenses, Philippine Civil Hospital, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including the purchase of drugs, medicines, lighting of hospital, subsistence of patients and employees, coal, wood, rent of buildings, and telephones, supplies for hospitals, hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when the same can not be furnished by the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed two hundred and fifty dollars, and other incidental expenses, fourteen thousand two hundred and seventy-nine dollars and fifty cents.

In all, for the Philippine Civil Hospital, twenty-one thousand six hundred and sixty-four dollars and fifty cents.

CIVIL SANITARIUM, BENGUET.

Salaries and wages, Civil Sanitarium, Benguet, nineteen hundred, and three: Attending Physician and Surgeon at two thousand four hundred dollars per annum, one nurse Class C, one employee Class D, one temporary employee Class D from September tenth to September thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two, one employee, Class I, one employee at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum, two employees at forty-five dollars per annum each, increase in the salary of one nurse for the month of August and September from Class D to Class C, hire of laborers for permanent improvement of grounds not to exceed two hundred dollars, one thousand three hundred and twenty-five dollars and eighty-three cents.

Contingent expenses, Civil Sanitarium, Benguet, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including furnishing of hospital and cottages not to exceed five thousand dollars, hospital supplies, equipment of sanitarium and cottages, commissary supplies, rent of houses at San Fernando de la Union and Naguilian, transportation of supplies, and other incidental expenses, eight thousand two hundred and eighty dollars.

In all, for the Civil Sanitarium, Benguet, nine thousand six hundred and five dollars and eighty-three cents.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND POLICE.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.

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

BUREAU OF POSTS.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Posts, nineteen hundred and three: Director of Posts at six thousand dollars per annum, Assistant Director at three thousand two hundred and fifty dollars per annum, chief of the division of stamps and supplies class five, one post-office inspector class five, three post-office inspectors class six, two clerks class six, four clerks class seven, two clerks class eight, three clerks class nine, one clerk class ten, one clerk Class D, one clerk Class I, three employees at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each, extra allowance for disbursing officer at two hundred dollars per annum, nine thousand dollars.

Traveling expenses, Bureau of Posts, nineteen hundred and three: For an allowance of two dollars and fifty cents per day in lieu of actual traveling expenses to post-office inspectors while traveling on official business, and for the actual and necessary traveling expenses of other employees, six hundred dollars.

Mail transportation, Bureau of Posts, nineteen hundred and three: For inland mail transportion, sea transportation of mails, and for transportation of mails through foreign countries, two thousand five hundred dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Posts, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including mail equipment, supplies, part reimbursement to employees of premiums on bonds, and other incidental expenses, four thousand five hundred dollars.

Post-Office Service: Salaries and wages, Post-Office Service, nineteen hundred and three: One postmaster at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum, one assistant postmaster class four, one postmaster class five, four postmasters class seven, two postmasters class eight, six postmasters class nine, seven postmasters class ten, one superintendent of mails class five, one superintendent money-order division class six, one superintendent registry division class six, one superintendent free-delivery division class six, five clerks class seven, sixteen clerks class eight, twelve clerks class nine, fifteen clerks class ten, ten clerks Class A, one clerk Class B, one clerk Class C, four clerks Class D, three clerks Class E, eight clerks Class F, ten clerks Class G, six clerks Class H, four clerks Class I, fourteen employees at one hundred and fifty dollars perannum each, twentyfour clerks in offices outside of Manila, not to exceed an aggregate of seven hundred and fifty dollars, compensation of postmasters appointed under the provisions of sections three and four of Act Numbered One hundred and eighty-one, not to exceed five thousand dollars, and for the employment of substitutes in places of postmasters and employees granted leaves of absence, not to exceed one thousand five hundred dollars, thirty-three thousand dollars.

Contingent expenses, Post-Office Service, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including expenses of stamp agencies in Manila, not to exceed two dollars per month each, rent and lighting of post-offices, furniture, supplies, and other incidental expenses, three thousand five hundred dollars. In all, for the Bureau of Posts, fifty-three thousand one hundred dollars.

SIGNAL SERVICE.

Construction and maintenance of telegraph, telephone, and cable lines, Signal Service, nineteen hundred and three: For purchases and services in connection with the construction and maintenance of telegraph, telephone, and cable lines in the Philippine Archipelago, and for the hire of operators, linemen, messengers, machinists, ?nd cable employees, thirty-one thousand two hundred and sixty-two dollars and thirtyseven cents.

Construction and maintenance of telegraph, telephone, and cable lines, Signal Service, nineteen hundred and one: For purchases and services in connection with the construction and maintenance of telegraph, telephone, and cable lines in the Philippine Archipelago, and for the hire of operators, linemen, messengers, machinists, and cable employees, during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and one, one hundred and fifty dollars.

In all, for the Signal Service, thirty-one thousand four hundred and twelve dollars and thirty-seven cents.

BUREAU OF PHILIPPINES CONSTABULARY.

Pay of Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: Three Assistant Chiefs at two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars per annum each, one adjutant at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum, one paymaster at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum, forty-two first-class inspectors, not to exceed an aggregate of fifteen thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars, forty-two secondclass inspectors, not to exceed an aggregate of eleven thousand and twenty-five dollars, sixty third-class inspectors, not to exceed an aggregate of fourteen thousand two hundred and fifty dollars, seventy fourth-class inspectors, not to exceed an aggregate of fourteen thousand dollars, twenty telegraph inspectors, not to exceed an aggregate of four thousand five hundred dollars, forty subinspectors at four hundred and eighty dollars per annum each, chief of the section of information at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum, one armorer and gunsmith at nine hundred dollars per annum, one clerk class six, three clerks class eight, three clerks class nine, eight clerks Class A, two clerks Class C, two teamsters Class D, two clerks Class G, two clerks Class H, two clerks Class I, two employees at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each, two employees at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum each, extra compensation for forty supply officers at two hundred dollars per annum each, and for pay of enlisted men of all grades and of laborers, not to exceed an aggregate of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, two hundred and fifteen thousand dollars.

The number of inspectors for the Philippines Constabulary shall not exceed an average of five for each province, and the number of enlisted men of all grades shall not exceed six thousand.

Clothing, camp and garrison equipage, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: For cloth, woolens, materials and manufacture of clothing, equipage, purchase, repair, and preservation of arms, ammunition, and equipment, and for clothing allowance not drawn in kind by enlisted men on discharge, thirty-nine thousand dollars.

Barracks and quarters, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: For allowance for offices, guardhouses, and arsenals, repairs to Government buildings and stables, construction and hire of buildings and stables, and for fuel and illuminating supplies, twenty thousand dollars.

The repair and construction of buildings for the Philippines Constabulary shall be under the direction of the Chief of Constabulary, anything in Act Numbered Two hundred and sixty-eight to the contrary notwithstanding.

Transportation, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: For transportation of officers and enlisted men, prisoners, animals, supplies, for the purchase and hire of draft animals, harnesses, wagons, carts, and so forth, for forage for animals, blacksmiths'tools, forges, and shoeing of animals, for the purchase and hire of horses for mounted service, for veterinary attendance and supplies, for the subsistence of officers and enlisted men while on campaign or traveling under orders, forty thousand dollars.

Secret-service fund, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: For a contingent fund to be used for secret-service purposes in the discretion of the Chief or Acting Chief, nine thousand dollars.

Commissary stores, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: For the purchase and transportation of commissary stores in accordance with the terms of previous appropriations for the same purpose, forty thousand dollars.

Contingent expenses, Philippines Constabulary, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including stationery, furniture, office supplies, cablegrams, special messengers, post-office expenses, purchase of periodicals and professional books, medical treatment and medicines for officers and enlisted men, construction, repair, and maintenance of telegraph and telephone lines, subsistence of prisoners, support of Constabulary Band, per diems of five dollars for the Chief and First Assistant Chief, and for other incidental expenses, twelve thousand dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Philippines Constabulary, three hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars.

BUREAU OF PRISONS.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Prisons, nineteen hundred and three: Warden at three thousand dollars per annum, two Assistant Wardens at one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum each, one physician at two thousand dollars per annum, one master mechanic at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum, one clerk class eight, three clerks class nine, one baker class nine, one blacksmith class nine, two inspectors class nine, one clerk Class A, two overseers Class D, two foremen Class D, two overseers Class I, six keepers Class I, two hospital stewards Class I, two chaplains at three hundred dollars per annum each, one laundryman Class J, four clerks Class J, one teamster at one hundred and twenty dollars per annum, seventeen guards at nine hundred dollars per annum each, two sergeants at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum each, twenty-eight guards at two hundred and forty dollars per annum each, extra allowance for disbursing officer at two hundred dollars per annum, twelve thousand seven hundred and sixty-five dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Prisons, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including subsistence of prisoners, medicines and supplies, electric lighting, oil, forage for horses, burial of deceased prisoners, reimbursement to prisoners of earnings as hired laborers outside of the prison prior to American occupation, clothing for prisoners, and other incidental expenses, twenty-nine thousand five hundred and seventy-four dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Prisons, forty-two thousand three hundred and thirtynine dollars.

OFFICE OF THE CAPTAIN OF THE PORT.

Salaries and wages, Office of the Captain of the Port, nineteen hundred and three: Harbormaster at two thousand five hundred dollars per annum, Inspector of Boilers at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars per annum, Inspector of Hulls at two thousand dollars per annum, one clerk class nine, three clerks Class I, two thousand two hundred and twelve dollars and fifty cents.

Contingent expenses, Office of the Captain of the Port, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including supplies, advertising, and other incidental expenses, one hundred dollars.

In all, for the office of the Captain of the Port, two thousand three hundred and twelve dollars and fifty cents.

BUREAU OF COAST GUARD AND TRANSPORTATION.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and three: One clerk class five, one clerk class six, one clerk class seven, four clerks class eight, two clerks class nine, two clerks Class A, two storekeepers Class A, two assistant storekeepers Class F, one employee at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum, five employees at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum each, extra allowance for disbursing clerk at two hundred dollars per annum, four thousand seven hundred and seventy-two dollars and fifty cents.

Light-House Service, Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and three: For the expenses of the Light-House Service, including construction of lighthouses, salaries and wages of keepers, boatmen, messengers, and laborers, supplies, repairs, buoyage, and other incidental expenses, twenty-five thousand eight hundred dollars.

Light-House Service, Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and two: For the expenses of the Light-House Service, including salaries and wages of keepers, messengers, and laborers, supplies, buoyage, and other incidental expenses, during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, five hundred and six dollars and twenty-eight cents.

Launches, Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and three: For expenses in the maintenance of launches and steamers, including salaries and wages of captains, engineers, crews, and laborers, repairs and outfits, rations, coal, and oil, forty-five thousand dollars.

Construction of vessels, Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and three: For contract payments on ten Class A steamers and on five Class B steamers, for changes in specifications, supplies, salaries, and expenses of inspectors supervising the construction of such steamers, for the purchase of spare parts of machinery and for armament, three hundred and thirty-nine thousand eight hundred and sixteen dollars and twenty cents.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including supplies, advertising, and per diems of three dollars and fifty cents for the Superintendent in charge of the construction of light-houses, and so forth, and of five dollars each for the Chief of the Bureau, the Superintendent of Light-Houses, Buoys, and so forth, and the Superintendent of the Division of Construction, Maintenance, and Operation of Vessels, and for other incidental expenses, two thousand two hundred and two dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Coast Guard and Transportation, four hundred and eighteen thousand and ninety-six dollars and ninety-eight cents.

BUREAU OF COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, nineteen hundred and three: One clerk class eight, one clerk Class D, two clerks Class E, one clerk Class F, four clerks Class G, one apprentice draftsman at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum, one employee at one hundred and eighty dollars per annum, one thousand four hundred dollars.

Expenses of steamers, Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, nineteen hundred and three: For expenses in the maintenance of steamers engaged in survey work, including salaries and wages of officers and crews, rations, supplies, coal, repairs, and other incidental expenses, six thousand eight hundred dollars.

Field expenses, Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, nineteen hundred and three: For field expenses, including pay of observers, foremen, recorders in the field, and other incidental expenses, three thousand nine hundred dollars.

Contingent expenses, Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, nineteen hundred and three: For contingent expenses, including office supplies, stationery, hire of vehicles in Manila on official business when such transportation can not be secured from the Insular Purchasing Agent, not to exceed thirty dollars, and for other incidental expenses, two hundred and fifty dollars.

In all, for the Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, twelve thousand three hundred and fifty dollars.

BUREAU OF ENGINEERS.

Salaries and wages, Bureau of Engineering, nineteen hundred and three: Consulting Engineer at four thousand five hundred dollars per annum from July first, Assistant Engineer class seven, one clerk class nine, and for salaries of such additional engineers, draftsmen, and employees as may from time to time be necessary, not to exceed one thousand five hundred dollars, four thousand two hundred and sixty-two dollars and fifty cents.

Transportation, Bureau of Engineering, nineteen hundred and three: For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of officers and employees and the transportation of supplies, four hundred dollars.

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