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1st Session.

No. 2.

ANNUAL REPORTS

OF THE

WAR DEPARTMENT

FOR THE

FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1901.

PUBLIC LAWS AND RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY

THE PHILIPPINE COMMISSION.

WASHINGTON:

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1901.

Ô IS2070.3

Yachang Long

QUARTERLY PUBLICATION OF LAWS AND RESOLUTIONS.

[Extract from Minutes of Proceedings, October 24, 1900.]

On motion of Commissioner Moses, resolved that a pamphlet in an edition of fifteen hundred copies be issued quarterly containing in English and Spanish the laws passed by the commission, and such other material as may be designated for publication by the commission, such pamphlet to be entitled “Public Laws and Resolutions passed by the United States Philippine Commission during the quarter ending

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ARRANGEMENT OF THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT

FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1901.

VOLUME I. Parts 1-10.-Report of the Secretary of War and all other reports except

those of the Chief of Engineers and the Chief of Ordnance.
VOLUME II. Parts 1-5 and Supplement.—Report of the Chief of Engineers.
VOLUME III. Report of the Chief of Ordnance.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME I.

Part 1.-Reports, as follows:

Secretary of War.

Board of Ordnance and Fortification.
Commissioners of National Military Parks:

Chickamauga and Chattanooga.
Gettysburg
Shiloh.

Vicksburg.

United States Military Academy, West Point, N. Y.:

Board of Visitors.

Superintendent.

Soldiers' Home, District of Columbia:

Board of Commissioners.

Inspector-General, United States Army.
National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers.
Special Report Forestry Bureau, Philippines.

Chief of Division of Insular Affairs.

Part 2.-Reports of Bureau Chiefs:

Adjutant-General

Inspector-General.

Judge-Advocate-General.

Quartermaster-General.

Commissary-General of Subsistence.

Surgeon-General.

Paymaster-General.

Chief Signal Officer.

Record and Pension Office.

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Part 3.-Report of the Lieutenant-General Commanding the Army and

Department Commanders:

Lieutenant-General.

Adjutant-General.

Inspector-General.

Chief of Artillery.

Department of the East.

Department of the Lakes.

Department of the Missouri.

Department of Texas.

Department of Dakota.

Department of the Colorado.

Department of California.

Department of the Columbia.

Department of Alaska.

Department of Cuba.
Department of Western Cuba (final).
Infantry and Cavalry School.
Cavalry and Field Artillery School.

Artillery school.

Part 4.-Report of the Lieutenant-General Commanding the Army and

Department Commanders-Continued.

Division of the Philippines (Major-General MacArthur).

Part 5.-Report of the Lieutenant-General Commanding the Army and

Department Commanders-Continued.

Department of Northern Luzon.

Department of Southern Luzon.

Part 6.-Report of the Lieutenant-General Commanding the Army and

Department Commanders--Continued.

Department of the Visayas.

Department of Mindanao and Jolo.

Military operations in China.

Part 7.-Report of the Lieutenant-General Commanding the Army and

Department Commanders—Continued.

Division of the Philippines (Major-General Chaffee).

Department of Northern Luzon.

Department of Southern Luzon.

Department of the Visayas.

Department of Mindanao and Jolo.

Part 8.-Report of the Philippine Commission from December 1, 1900, to

October 15, 1901.

Part 9.-Report of the Philippine Commission from December 1, 1900, to

October 15, 1901-Continued.

Part 10.-Public Laws and Resolutions passed by the Philippine Commis-

sion.

CONTENTS.

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Announcement..

The President's instructions to the Commission.

Orrier appointing civil governor

Errata....

[No. 1.] An act appropriating two million dollars ($2,000,000.00) Mexican

to be used in the construction and repair of highways and bridges in the

Philippine Islands..

[No. 2.) An act appropriating five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) Mexican for

the purpose of making a survey to ascertain the most advantageous route for

a railroad into the mountains of Benguet, island of Luzon, and the probable

cost thereof..

(No. 3.) An act appropriating two thousand six hundred and seventeen dollars

and ninety-six cents ($2,617.96) in the money of the United States for the

purpose of paying the salary and expenses of Fred W. Atkinson for the

period from May 5 to September 1, 1900

[No. 4.] An act appropriating one hundred dollars ($100.00) in the money of

the United States for the purpose of paying the salary of the property clerk

in the department of education for the period of one month from September

8 to October 8, 1900 ...

[No. 5.) An act for the establishment and maintenance of an efficient and hon-

est civil service in the Philippine Islands......

(No. 6.] An act prescribing the order of procedure by the commission in the

enactment of laws ...,

[No. 7.) An act for the establishment of a bureau of statistics for the Philip-

pine Islands...

[No. 8.) An act appropriating twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00) in pay-

ment of small expenses incurred by the War Department of the United States

for the Philippine Islands.....

(No. 9.) An act providing for an allowance in estimating and assessing dutia-

ble goods in case of loss or destruction of the same.

[No. 10.) An act appropriating fifteen hundred dollars Mexican to be paid to

the widow of Salvador de los Reyes, vice-president of Santa Cruz, province

of Laguna de Bay ..

[No. 11.) An act appropriating sundry sums to pay the expenses of the depart-

ment of education incurred prior to the first of September....

(No. 12.) An act prescribing the method to be adopted by the insular treas-

urer in keeping and rendering accounts of his receipts and disbursements

(No. 13.] An act appropriating three hundred and eighty-seven thousand and

sixty-four dollars and thirty-three cents Mexican for the payment of sun-

dry expenses incurred for the benefit of the insular government for the

month of September, 1900

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