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Report Of The Secretary Of The Interior 261

The board of health for the Philippine Islands and the city of Manila 261

Legislation recommended by the board 262

Organization of provincial and municipal boards of health 262

Serum and vaccine institutes 264

Contagious-disease hospital 264

Special work of the board in Manila 264

Epidemics 265

Bubonic plague 265

The cholera epidemic 267

Cholera work in Manila 268

Cholera hospitals and detention camps 269

Opposition to cholera work in Manila 270

Results of cholera work in Manila ... 271

Death of Dr. Meacham 274

Death of Mr. J. L. Mudge' 274

Special mention of the services of other health officers 274

The quarantine service 276

Civil hospital 277

Civil sanitarium at Baguio, Benguet 278

The proposed leper colony 280

The forestry bureau 281

Increase in working force 282

Botanical collections 282

Forestry regulations 283

Philippine sawmills 283

Extent of forest lands 284

Rubber and gutta-percha 284

Quantities of forest products taken from public lands 286

Mining bureau 286

Mineralogical and geological surveys 287

Legislation recommended ^...288

Bureau of patents, copyrights, and trade-marks 288

Bureau of government laboratories 289

The serum institute *...291

Work of the chemical laboratory 292

Work of the biological laboratory 293

Locust fungus 294

Public lands 294

Legislation recommended 295

Present state of agriculture 297

The bureau of agriculture 298

Soil investigation 300

Fiber investigations 300

Work in Batangas province 301

Farmers' bulletins 301

Experimental work at Baguio, Benguet 301

Agricultural opportunities in the Philippines 302

Future work of the bureau of agriculture 304

Weather bureau 305

New apparatus 306

Crop service 306

Reports 306

Astronomical and magnetic wTork „ 306
Eepokt Of The Secretary Of The Interior—Continued. Page.

Bureau of non-Christian tribes 306

Appendix A.—Report of Col. L. M. Maus, commissioner of public health.. 309

Exhibit A. Report on Asiatic cholera from the Santa Mesa Cholera

Hospital 358

B. Report of the superintendent of the pail system 363

C. Report of the assistant sanitary engineer 378

D. Report of the city veterinarian 380

E. Report of the Santiago Cholera Hospital 383

F. Report of the Santiago Cholera Hospital 389

Appendix B.—Report of Dr. Frank S. Bourns, commissioner of public

health 391

Exhibit A. Cholera statistics 394

B. Report of Station A, board of health 395

C. Report of Station C, board of health 396

D. Report of station D, board of health 397

E. Report of station F, board of health 397

F. Report of station G, board of health 398

G. Report of station H, board of health ..398

H. Report of station I, board of health 400

I. Report of station J, board of health 400

J. Report of station K, board of health 401

K. Report of station L, board of health 402

L. Report of Santiago Cholera Hospital for August, 1902 403

M. List of drugs sent to the provinces in August, 1902 404

N. Report of the veterinarian of the board of health for

August, 1902 408

O. Report from the bureau of government laboratories of

work done in August, 1902 408

P. Report of the Vaccine Institute for August, 1902 409

Q. Report of operations of the pail system 410

Appendix C.—Abstracts from the cholera report of Capt. C. F. De Mey.. 411 D. Report of the chief quarantine officer for the fiscal year

ending June 30, 1902 414

E. Report of the chief quarantine officer for July, 1902 '..428

F. Report of the chief quarantine officer for August, 1902 431

G. Report of the attending physician and surgeon for civil offi-

cers and employees for the year ending August, 1902 437

H. Report of the attending physician and surgeon in charge of the civil sanitarium at Baguio, Benguet, for the year ending

August 31, 1902 443

I. Report of the committee appointed to select a site for a

leper colony 445

J. Report of the chief of the forestry bureau 451

K. Report of the chief of the mining bureau 529

L. Report of the officer in charge of the bureau of patents,

copyrights, and trade-marks 539

M. Report of the superintendent of government laboratories

for the year ending August 31, 1902 545

N. Report of the chief of the bureau of public lands for the

year ending August 31, 1902 583
3ORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR—Continued. Page. Appendix O.—Report of the chief of the bureau of agriculture for the year

ending August 31, 1902 587

Exhibit A. Report of Wm. S. Lyon, in charge of seed and plant intro-
duction 596

B. Report of the botanist 599

C. Report of the soil physicist 601

D. Report of the expert in fiber investigations 603

E. Report of the farm machine expert 604

F. Report on La Granja Modela, at Magalang 606

G. Report on La Granja Modela, at Magalang 607

H. Report on La Granja Modela, near La Carlota, island of

Negros 609

I. Report of Oswald A. Steven on the model farm in western

Negros, La Granja Modela 610

J. Report on the San Ramon farm in the province of Zam-

boanga 611

K. Report of the manager of the San Ramon government

farm 614

L. Report on the government experiment station at Albay.. 617

M. Report on the government experiment station at Iloilo .. 617

N. Report on the government experiment station in the

province of Isabela 618

O. Report on the experiment station at Cebu 618

P. Report made by the botanist on an overland trip from

Manila to Aparri 619

Q. Report of the botanist on the royal botanic gardens of

Ceylon and the botanical garden at Singapore 627

R. Notes on agriculture in Ceylon and on the botanical gar-
dens at Peradeniya 630

S. Report of investigations in the islands of Cebu and Negros

with the view to the selection of a site for a model sugar

estate 633

T. Report on the agricultural conditions along the line of

the Manila and Dagupan Railroad 637

U. Report on the agricultural conditions and possibilities

at Baguio, Benguet 638

V. Preliminary report on the work of the bureau of agri-
culture, in cooperation with the military department, in Batangas province 641

W. Report on the Abaca or Manila hemp soils of the Phil-
ippines 642

X. Correspondence between the secretary of the interior and
Dr. S. A. Knapp, special commissioner of the United
States Department of Agriculture, relative to certain
agricultural matters in the Philippines 652

Y. Report by Dr. S. A. Knapp to the Secretary of Agricul-

ture of the United States on his observations in the

Philippines 654

Z. Circulars Nos. 2 and 3 and accompanying letters, with
the answers from two correspondents, illustrating the
character of the replies 657

Report Of The Secretary Of The Interior—Continued. Page.
Appendix P.—Report of the director of the Philippine weather bureau for

the year ending August 31, 1902 663

Q.—Report of the chief of the bureau of non-Christian tribes for

the year ending August 31, 1902 679

First Annual Report Of The Secretary Of Finance And Justice To The

Philippine Commission From October 15, 1901, To September 30, 1902 691

Administration of justice 691

New legislation relating to courts 692

Attorney-general's office 696

Criminal code 697

Code of criminal procedure 697

Registration of land titles 697

Insular cold-storage and ice plant 698

Currency 699

Banks and banking 707

General condition of the treasury 708

Seized funds and special deposits 709

Insular budget 710

Budget of the city of Manila 711

Customs tariff 712

Internal revenue 715

Financial condition of the provinces and municipalities 717

Exhibit A.—Decisions of court of customs appeals 721

Exhibit I. Report of the attorney-general, relating to the organiza-

tion of his office and the business transacted therein

from the date of its organization, on July 16, 1901, to

September 1, 1902 734

II. Bureau of the insular cold storage and ice plant, Manila,

P. I.—First annual report of the operation of the plant

for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1901, and ending

June 30, 1902 737

III. Supplement to annual report of the operation of the insu-

lar cold-storage and ice plant 757

IV. Combined statement of the receipts and disbursements of

the government of the Philippine Archipelago for the fiscal year 1902, to June 30, 1902 759

V. General revenue account of the treasurer of the archi-

pelago, July 1 to September 30, 1902 827

VI. Estimated expenses and revenues of the central govern-

ment and of the city of Manila during the fiscal year

1903 829

VII. Financial statement of receipts and disbursements, fiscal

year 1902; also estimate of same for the fiscal year 1903. 833

VIII. Inventory of lands, buildings, and other real property of

the city of Manila, June 30, 1902 835

IX. Inventory of personal property of the city of Manila for

quarter ending June 30, 1902 837

X. Special report of the collector of customs, covering the

period from June 1, 1901, to September 1, 1902 837

A. Customs receipts at the port of Manila, etc 843

B. Customs receipts in the Philippine Archipelago

during period of American occupation, stated by

fiscal years 846

First Annual Report Op The Secretary Of Finance And Justice To The Philip- Page.

Pine Commission From October 15, 1901, To September 30,1902—Continued.

Exhibit A.—Decisions of court of customs appeals—Continued.

Exhibit X. Special report of the collector of customs, etc.—Continued.

C. Customs receipts and expenditures at Manila and

subports, by months and fiscal years, during the

period of American occupation ..,.846

D. Summaries of imports, by countries, from the port

of Manila, during the fiscal year ending June

30, 1902 849

E. Summary of exports, by countries, from the port of

Manila, P. I., during the fiscal year ending June

30, 1902 850

F. Statement of collections at interior ports ot fhe

Philippine Archipelago during the fiscal year

ending June 30,1902 850

G. Arrivals and departures of Chinese at the port of

Manila from June 1,1901, to October 1,1902... 852

H. Coastwise licenses 852

XI. Supplemental report of the collector of customs for the

Philippine Archipelago on the general effects produced

by lowering certain duties in the tariff revision law of

1901 on food products 853

XII. Report of the collector of internal revenue 854

First Annual Report Of The Secretary Of Public Instruction, Year Ending

October 15, 1902 867

Organization of public instruction 867

The American teachers 869

The Filipino teachers 871

Manila Normal School 873

Teachers' college 874

Provincial schools of secondary instruction 875

Normal institutes 877

Municipal support of normal-school students 879

Sending Filipino students to America 880

Language of the schools 880

Industrial education 881

Education of the Igorrotes 883

The Negritos 883

Education of the Moros 884

Local self-help in educational affairs 884

Instruction in agriculture 886

Compulsory school attendance 886

Night schools 887

Nautical school 888

School of telegraphy 889

Municipal, provincial, and insular support of schools 889

Construction and repair of public buildings 890

Training of workmen 893

Public printing 894

Archives 895

The American circulating library 896

The museum 897

Statistics 900

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