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OFFICERS, ARMY--Continued.
Retired-
Appropriation for pay of --------
Advance in rank and pay for civil war service

Exceptions -
Assignments to duty--

Pay, etc., when assigned.--
May be detailed as instructors to schools

Compensation ------
Detail not compulsory------
Schools to pay extra cost---
Ordnance, etc., issue of, for instruction and practice by
schools, authorized -------

Bond required --------------
Pay of, assigned to active duty-------

Colonels and lieutenant-colonels---
OFFICERS, MARINE CORPS :

Appropriation for bringing home the remains of, from abroad.-

Credit for civil-war service on retirement.--------
OFFICERS, NAVY:

Appropriation for bringing home remains of, from abroad.-
Midshipmen allowed commuted rations.--------
Retired, may be detailed as instructors to schools_-..

Compensation ------------
Detail not compulsory -------
Schools to pay extra cost---
Ordnance, etc., issue of, for instruction and practice by schools,
authorized ..

Bond required
OLONGAPO, P. I. :
Appropriation for-

Marine Corps, public works, construction and equipment of cold-

storage and ice plant-------
Naval station, Bureau of Yards and Docks ----

Public works, establishing of ------

Repairs to buildings, etc ---------
OMNIBUS CLAIMS ACT :
Payment of claims under, reported by Court of Claims, etc.-

Damages by volunteers in Virginia, war with Spain ----
Miscellaneous cases, direct appropriations_----

Miscellaneous claims and Court of Claims findings--
ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT, ARMY:

Appropriation for reimbursing, stores furnished Marine Corps in

Philippines-----
Funds received from stores transferred to Philippines to be used for
replacing same---

---- 57, 68

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PACIFIC OCEAN:
Appropriation for surveys of coasts---------

--- 220, 227
Treaty with Panama for canal from Atlantic to (see also Treaties

and conventions)
PANAMA :
Appropriation for-
Cession of Canal Zone-----

114
Determining route, Isthmian Canal..
Enlisted men, Army, 20 per cent increase on pay, service in.-

Officers, Army, 10 per cent increase on pay, service in.----- 54, 66
Enlisted men, Army, credited with double time for service in---

54
Treaty with, for ship canal (see also Treaties and conventions)------ 244
PANAMA CANAL:

Appropriation for determining route--
Articles and persons from Canal Zone subject to customs tariff, etc.,

laws------
Occupation of zone of land in Panama for...

114
Treaty with Panama for ship canal (see also Treaties and conven-

tions) -----
PANAMA CANAL COMMISSION. (See Isthmian Canal Commission.)

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PANAMA, ISTHMUS OF: Goods, etc., from Canal Zone subject to laws af-
fecting imports, etc., from foreign countries...

115
PATENTS: Mining claims, Philippines, issuance of, etc., for ------------ 131-133
PAYMASTER-GENERAL'S OFFICE, WAR DEPARTMENT: Analyses of paymas-

ters' accounts before forwarding for settlement.---
PHILIPPINE COINAGE :
Silver certificates-
Maximum denominations extended to 500 pesos-----------

135
Maximum of gold reserve.------

136
Redeemable in gold coin of equivalent value.--

136
United States gold may be substituted for silver in reserve.--- 136
Silver coins .
Change in weight and fineness of, authorized.

136
Recoinage; standard for pesos.--

136
Subsidary coins of less weight and fineness---

136
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION :
Regulation of harbor business by---------------------------------

120
To make regulations governing location, etc., of mining claims.-- 131
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (see also, Philippine tariff revision law, 1905):
Appropriation for-

American seamen, shipwrecked in, for relief and protection of. 215, 226
Back pay and allowances, officers and men, Army, service in.---- 63, 72
Barracks and quarters, Army --------
Bringing home remains of civil employees, Army, who die in.-
Butt, Archibald W., payment to, money stolen from, in.-
Canacao naval hospital, completion of------
Cavite naval station-

Bureau of contruction and repair, clerks----
Bureau of equipment, electrician and clerk.---------- --- 57, 58, 69
Bureau of supplies and accounts, clerks, storekeepers, etc.
Bureau of yards and docks, clerks, messengers, etc------- 58, 70
Floating steel dry dock, etc---

58, 59
Joiner shop ---
Census of ---

122, 123
Civil government in, for reimbursement, maintenance of prisoners
Corwine, John, payment of Court of Claims judgment to-----
Enlisted men, 20 per cent increase on pay, service in ----------- 54, 66
Manila ordnance depot, completion of office building-------
Marine Corps-

Cold-storage and ice plant at Olongapo, construction and

equipment -------------
Repairs of barracks..

-- 61,71
Military information division, branch office, Manila, contingent
expenses ----

--------- 51, 65
Mogul, British steamer, payment to owners for damages, collision

with transport Warren, Manila Bay -
Naval magazine, Bureau of Ordnance---------
Officers, Army, 10 per cent increase on pay, service in---
Olongapo Naval Station, Bureau of Yards and Docks_-
Public works, establishing of-------

Repairs to buildings, etc------
Philippine Scouts, pay of officers and enlisted men.---

Shelter, etc., of the army in...
Canacao naval hospital, appropriation for completion of
Cancellation of bonds for articles subject to internal-revenue tax
shipped to, prior to November 20, 1901.-

123
Time for presenting claims.---

123
Cavite. (See Cavite, P. I.)
Civil governor-

Explosives and firearms, importation of, prohibited except by
special permit of ----

145
To be known as governor-general of the Philippine Islands ----- 128
To issue order for delivery of fugitives from justice------

137
Coal lands-

Measurements reduced to metric system, and values to pesos_ 128
Provisions for entry of, etc----

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PHILIPPINE ISLANDS-Continued.

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Coasting trade restrictions of United States not applicable to foreign
vessels from, until July 1, 1906_-

------------ 119, 120
Time extended to April 11, 1909.

120
Coinage-
Silver certificates-
Maximum denominations extended to 500 pesos.--

135
Maximum of gold reserve----------
Redeemable in gold coin of equivalent value----

136
United States gold may be substituted for silver in reserve-- 136
Silver coins-
Change in weight and fineness of, authorized --

136
Recoinage; standard for pesos-------

136
Subsidiary coins of less weight and fineness.---

136
Contract surgeons, Army, pay assignments, when on duty in.
Customs duties. (See Philippine tariff revision law, 1905.)
Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States relating to-

Dorr, Fred L., plaintiff in error, 1. The United States (195 U. S.,
138) --------

303
Fisher, Fred C., and Charles C. Cohn, on behalf of Felix Barcelon,

plaintiffs in error, v. Col. David J. Baker, jr., and Capt. John
Doe Thompson (203 U. S., 174) ---

310
Fourteen diamond rings, Emil Pepke, claimant, v. The United
States (183 U. S., 176) -

296
Kepner, Thomas E., plaintiff in error, v. The United States (195
U. S., 100)----

302
Lincoln, Frederick W., et al., trading under the firm name of

Henry W. Peabody & Co., plaintiffs in error, v. The United

States, No. 149 (197 U. S., 419; also 202 U. S., 484)-----
Mendezona y Mendezona, Secundino, plaintiff in error, v. The
United States (195 U. S., 158) --------

304
Trono, Valentin, et al., plaintiffs in error, v. The United States

(199 U. S., 521)--------
Warner, Barnes & Co. (Ltd.), appellant, v. The United States,

No. 466 (197 U. S., 419; also 202 U. S., 484)---
Warner, Barnes & Company (Limited), plaintiffs in error, v.

Nevada N. Stranahan, collector of customs of the port of New
York, defendant in error (191 U. S., 560)------

299
Enlisted men allowed credit for double time of service in.-

54
Extradition laws extended to----

136
Issue of warrant of arrest ---

137
Order of delivery to be issued by governor-------

137
Punishment for allowing escape of prisoners --

137
Foreign vessels may sail between United States and.-
Merchandise permitted.-----

119
Passenger traffic, penalty for violations_-

119
Funds from military stores transferred to, disposition of--

-- 57, 68
Government of. (See Philippine Islands, government of.)
Governor-general-

Authorized to designate judges of courts of first instance to tem-
porarily act as judges of supreme court----

128
Civil governor to be known as-------

128
To sign on behalf of Government contract or guaranty with aided
railroads.-------

125
Immigration law's continued in effect in.----

118
Interisland trade allowed---

119
Regulated by Philippine government------

119
Launches, transfer of, to Philippine government by Quartermaster's

Department, Army --------
Lewis and Clark Exposition, buildings for, authorized ----

216
Allotment of space; free of charge.-----

217
Manila, appropriation for-
Branch office, military information division, Army---

51, 65
Ordnance depot, Army, completion of office building---
Mineral lands-

Measurements reduced to metric system and values to pesos.--- 128
Provisions for locating, etc., mining claims_-

128

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PHILIPPINE ISLANDS—Continued.

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Mining claims-
Adverse claimants ---

133
Proceedings to determine title---

133
Demarcation of.

129
Fractional

130
Declaration ----

130
Description ------

130
Innocent noncompliance with regulations

130
Sketch plan.--

130
Issue of patents, etc.-

131-133
Laying out of -------

129
Removal of posts unlawful

130
Provisions for locating---

128
Recording of -

130
Surveys of -

129
Municipalities,
Bond issue authorized --

125
Limit-----------------

125
May borrow money for schools, etc., if taxation inadequate --- 125
Olongapo, appropriation for

Marine Corps, public works, construction and equipment of cold-

storage and ice plant.--.
Naval station, Bureau of Yards and Docks---
Public works, establishment of ---

Repairs to buildings, etc------
Regulation of harbor business by Philippine Commission.
Saline lands-

Measurements reduced to metric system and values to pesos_-
Sale of ------

--------- 134, 135
Silver certificates and coins. (See Philippine coinage.)
Supreme court-
Justices of, compensation -------

128
Powers of, over railroads aided by Government.--

127
Vacancies, temporary, how filied.-

128
Tonnage dues—.
Authority of Philippine government over_

135
Not imposed if only taking or discharging passengers
On entry from foreign port----
Optional on cargo-----------

203
Vessels exempt-------

203
Tonnage taxes on foreign vessels entering United States from.--
Trade between United States and, restricted to American vessels after
July 1, 1906.---

119
Penalty for violations------

119
Time extended to April 11, 1909-------

120
Treaty rights under Spanish treaty not impaired_

120
Rules to be issued by Secretary of Commerce and Labor---

120
Continuance of navigation laws in force-------

120
Ships owned by the United States---

119
Voyages begun before July 1, 1906, not affected.

119
Time extended to April 11, 1909.-

120
Treasurer of, to indorse and sign contract of guaranty on railroad
bonds-------

126
• Wharf charges levied on goods exported---

203
Exemptions -------

203

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PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, GOVERNMENT OF:
Bonds issued by, exempt from taxation..

124
Coal-land entries --

134
Customs duties. (See Philippine tariff revision law, 1905.)
Governor-general to be title of civil governor---
Immigration laws to be administered by officers of.

127
Use of funds---

127
May authorize municipalities to borrow money, for sewers, water
supply, schools, etc----

125
Approval by President required------

125

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PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, GOVERNMENT OF—Continued.
May authorize municipalities to borrow money, etc.—Continued.
Issue of bonds --

125
Interest--------------------------------------------------

125
Limit of indebtedness.---.

125
Mineral lands, measurements of, reduced to metric system and values
to pesos ---

128
Mining claims-
Adverse claimants -----

133
Proceedings to determine title--

133
Demarcation of ----

129
Fractional -----------------------------

130
Declaration --------------------

130
Description ----------

130
Innocent noncompliance with regulations_-

130
Sketch plan --

130
Issue of patents, etc.----

131-133
Laying out of.--

129
Removal of posts unlawful

130
Provisions for locating ----

128
Recording of ----

130
Surveys of -------

129
Public improvements, authorized to borrow money for-

124
Bonds, issue of -----

124
Approval of President required.-------

124
Interest --------

124
Limit of indebtedness.--

124
· Railroads, may guarantee interest on bonds issued for construction 125
Conditions of guaranty-------

123
Application of gross earnings ----

126
Issue limited to cash invested for construction, etc.

125
Priority of government lien_--.

125, 126
Time of construction -

126
General corporation provisions made applicable

127
Issue of guaranty as work progresses.-

126
Lien for interest paid ---

126
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Limit on amount of guaranty ---------

126
Powers of supreme court over aided roads_

127
Railroad material may be imported free of duty

127
Reports of receipts and expenditures to be made.

127
Representative directors -

127
Supervision over roads, etc-----

126
Saline lands -

134
Auction sales

134
Private sale --

135
Proclamation of sales.--.

135
Silver certificates—
Maximum denomination extended to 500 pesos__

135
Maximum of gold reserve_

136
Redeemable in gold coin of equivalent value-----

136
United States gold may be substituted for silver in reserve_

136
Silver coins-
Change in weight and fineness of, authorized

136
Recoinage, standard for pesos---

136
Subsidiary coins of less weight and fineness.---

136
Supreme court justices, compensation ----

128
Temporary service of first instance judges; expenses---

128
Tonnage provisions, may be modified, etc., by--------
PHILIPPINES, CIVIL GOVERNMENT IN:

Appropriation for reimbursement, maintenance of prisoners.-------- 117
Settlement of accounts for launches, etc., transferred from Army to.. 57

To administer immigration laws of United States, in force--------- 118
PHILIPPINE SCOUTS:
Appropriation for pay of officers and enlisted men.--

1 men--------------- 55, 56, 67
Above to be accounted as pay of Army ----
Assignment of paymasters' clerks to Paymaster-General's Office--

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