Annual Reports of the Secretary of War, Volume 1, Part 10

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Contents

Report of the LieutenantGeneral Commanding the Army
68
An act providing for the establishment of a civil government for
77
An act to prevent discrimination against money of the United States
83
to animals in transportation
93
An act appropriating one hundred and twentyseven dollars
101
177
102
An act appropriating one hundred and twentyone thousand
105
Report of the LieutenantGeneral Commanding the Army
106
An act amending the second paragraph of Order No 38 of the Gen
114
the positions of master mate and patron of seagoing vessels
120
An act providing a remedy against judgments obtained in courts
127
An act repealing all acts codes and orders relating to the challeng
132
A general act for the organization of provincial governments in
168
An act appropriating thirteen thousand and seven dollars 13007
177
An act extending the provisions of the provincial government
184
An act fixing the salaries of the auditor for the Philippine Archi
199
An act to regulate commerce in the Philippine Islands
208
An act extending the provisions of the provincial government act to the province of Romblon as therein defined
219
the payment of internalrevenue taxes
241
An act extending the provisions of the provincial government
246
and the municipal code to the province of Occidental Negros
255
An act extending the provisions of the provincial government
263
An act extending the provisions of the provincial government
269
An act providing for the establishment of a weather bureau for
276
An act providing for the loan of twentyfive hundred dollars
288

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