Executive Order No. 94, s. 1947

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 94

REORGANIZING THE DIFFERENT EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS, BUREAUS, OFFICES, AND AGENCIES OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES, MAKING CERTAIN READJUSTMENTS OF PERSONNEL AND REALLOTMENTS OF FUNDS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

By virtue of the powers vested in me by Republic Act Numbered Fifty-one, I, MANUEL ROXAS, President of the Philippines, do hereby order —

SECTION 1. Section seventy-four of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 74. Departmental organization. — All executive functions of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines shall be directly under the Executive Department, subject to the supervision and control of the President of the Philippines in matters of general policy. The Departments are established for the proper distribution of the work of the Executive, for the performance of the functions expressly assigned to them by law, and in order that each branch of the administration may have a chief responsible for its direction and policy. Each Department Secretary shall assume the burden of, and responsibility for, all activities of the Government under his control and supervision.

“For administrative purposes, the President of the Philippines shall be considered the Department Head of the Executive Office, the Budget Commission, the Institute of Science, the Bureau of Civil Service, the Civil Service Board of Appeals, the National Commission on Educational, Scientific and Cultural Matters, the National Research Council, the National Economic Council, the Government Quarters Committee, the Board on Pensions for Veterans, the Council of National Defense, the Philippines Heraldry Committee, and of all other offices and branches of the service not assigned by law to any Department.”

SECTION 2. Section seventy-five of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 75. Executive Departments. — There shall be eleven executive departments, to wit: the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Department of the Interior, the Department of Finance, the Department of Justice, the Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources, the Department of Public Works and Communications, the Department of Education, the Department of Labor, the Department of National Defense, the Department of Health, and the Department of Commerce and Industry, which shall be under the direct control of the respective Secretaries of Departments, exercising their functions subject to the general supervision and control of the President of the Philippines.”

SECTION 3. Section seventy-six of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 76. Secretaries of Departments. — The Department of Foreign Affairs shall perform its functions under the executive authority of the Secretary of Foreign Affairs; the Department of the Interior shall perform its functions under the executive authority of the Secretary of the Interior; the Department of Finance shall perform its functions under the executive authority of the Secretary of Finance; the Department of Justice shall perform its functions under the executive authority of the Secretary of Justice; the Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources shall perform its functions under the executive authority of the Secretary of Agriculture and Natural Resources; the Department of Public Works and Communications shall perform its functions under the executive authority of the Secretary of Public Works and Communications; the Department of Education shall perform its functions under the executive authority of the Secretary of Education; the Department of Labor shall perform its functions under the executive authority of the Secretary of Labor; the Department of National Defense shall perform its functions under the executive authority of the Secretary of National Defense; the Department of Health shall perform its functions under the executive authority of the Secretary of Health; and the Department of Commerce and Industry shall perform its functions under the executive authority of the Secretary of Commerce and Industry.”

SECTION 4. Section seventy-seven of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 77. Appointment of Secretaries. — The Secretaries of Departments shall be appointed by the President of the Philippines, with the consent of the Commission on Appointments of the Congress, at the beginning of his term of office, and shall hold office, unless sooner removed, until the expiration of his term of office, or until their successors shall have been appointed and qualified.”

SECTION 5. Section seventy-eight of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 78. Qualifications of Secretaries. — All Secretaries shall have the following qualifications: Be a citizen of the Philippines and have resided in the Philippines continuously during the three years next preceding his appointment and be not less than thirty years of age.”

SECTION 6. The name “Shipping Commission,” as used in Executive Order Numbered Thirty-one, dated November twenty-eight, nineteen hundred and forty-six, as amended, is hereby changed to “Shipping Administration.”

Salary Law

SECTION 7. Section three of Commonwealth Act Numbered Four hundred and two, known as the Salary Law, is hereby amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 3. Schedule of grades and corresponding rates of compensation. — With the exception of the special groups in section five hereof, the positions to which this Act applies are classified into the following grades with their rates of annual compensation:

Chiefs of Divisions, Chiefs of Sections, Supervisory Positions, and Positions of Equivalent Rank

Grade Rate of Compensation Grade Rate of Compensation
1 P 6,000.00 9 P 3,480.00
2 5,400.00 10 3,300.00
3 5,100.00 11 3,120.00
4 4,800.00 12 2,940.00
5 4,500.00 13 2,760.00
6 4,200.00 14 2,580.00
7 3,960.00 15 2,400.00
8 3,720.00

Subordinate Clerical or Equivalent Positions

A P 2,280.00 J P 1,200.00
B 2,160.00 K 1,080.00
C 2,040.00 L 960.00
D 1,920.00 M 900.00
E 1,800.00 N 840.00
F 1,680.00 O 780.00
G 1,560.00 P 720.00
H 1,440.00 Q 660.00
I 1,320.00 R 600.00

“(a) Grades 1, 2, and 3 shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are, under administrative direction and with very wide latitude for the exercise of independent judgment, to serve as heads of very large or very important divisions or other units of organization of similar import, engaged in work involving technical training and extended experience on the part of the incumbents; or to supervise the design and installation of complex and important accounting, office, or institutional system, methods, procedures; or to plan, organize and conduct investigations in original research or in development work in professional, scientific, or technical fields; or to perform the most important, difficult, and responsible work along highly specialized professional, scientific, or technical lines requiring training, extended experience, and demonstrated attainments of an exceptionally high order.

“(b) Grades 4, 5, 6, and 7 shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are, under administrative direction and with wide latitude for the exercise of independent judgment, to serve as heads of large or important divisions or other units of organization of similar import, engaged in work involving technical training and extended experience on the part of the incumbents; or to plan, organize, and conduct investigations in original research or in development work in a professional, scientific, or technical field; or to perform the most important, difficult, and responsible work along specialized professional, scientific, or technical lines, requiring training, extended experience, and demonstrated attainments of a high order.

“(c) Grades 8, 9, 10, and 11 shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are, under administrative direction and with considerable latitude for the exercise of independent judgment, to serve as heads of divisions of very large or very important sections or other units of organization of similar import, engaged in work involving technical training and considerable experience on the part of the incumbents; or to perform exceptionally difficult, important, and responsible work along professional, scientific, and technical lines, requiring training and extended experience and demonstrated attainments or along very highly specialized clerical lines requiring extended training and mastery in stenography, translation, or other kindred subjects.

“(d) Grades 12, 13, 14, and 15 shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are, under direction and with considerable latitude for the exercise of independent judgment, to serve as heads of sections, or other units of organization of similar import, engaged in work involving technical training and considerable experience on the part of the incumbents; to perform very difficult, important, and responsible work along professional, scientific, or technical lines, requiring training, considerable experience, and demonstrated executive ability, or along highly specialized clerical work, requiring training, extended experience and proficiency in stenography, translation, and kindred subjects.

“(e) Grades A to D shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are, under direction and with considerable latitude for the exercise of independent judgment, to engage in difficult specialized work; or to perform difficult, important, and responsible work along professional, scientific, technical or specialized clerical lines, requiring training, considerable experience, and demonstrated capacity for sound independent work, and an intimate knowledge of a special subject matter, and/or superior skill in crafts or arts.

“(f) Grades E to H shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are, under direct supervision and with substantial latitude for the exercise of independent judgment, to engage in varied and difficult work; or to perform moderately difficult, important, and responsible work along professional, scientific, technical or specialized clerical lines, requiring training and moderate experience, or a lower training but considerable experience, thorough knowledge of a special subject matter, and/or unusual skill in crafts or arts.

“(g) Grades I to L shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are, under general supervision and with some latitude for the exercise of independent judgment, to engage in difficult routine work; or to perform responsible work along professional, scientific, or technical lines, or along clerical lines, requiring training and moderate experience, or lower training but considerable experience, and a good knowledge of a special subject matter, or skill in arts, crafts, or trades.

“(h) Grades M to P shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are, under immediate or general supervision and with some latitude for the exercise of independent judgment, to perform responsible work along technical or clerical lines, requiring training and moderate experience, and a broad knowledge of a special subject matter; or simple elementary work requiring scientific or professional training with little or no experience; or subordinate professional or scientific work requiring training and experience; or important, difficult, and responsible subordinate vigilance work; or skill in crafts or manual labor.

“(i) Grades Q to R shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are, under immediate or general supervision and with limited latitude for the exercise of independent judgment, to perform simple but responsible work along technical, clerical, messengerial, or subordinate vigilance lines; or simple and elementary subordinate professional or scientific work or crafts; and all classes of positions the duties of which are, under immediate supervision, to perform the simplest routine clerical, messengerial, or custodial tasks or unskilled manual labor, including apprenticeship in subordinate professional or scientific work or crafts.”

SECTION 8. Section four of Commonwealth Act Numbered Four hundred and two is hereby amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 4. Services established by this Act. — The following services are established:

“I. Administrative Service

II. Professional and Scientific Service

III. Educational Service

IV. Navigation Service

V. Vigilance Service

VI. Subprofessional Service

VII. Craft and Labor Service

“The Administrative Service shall include all groups comprehending positions the duties of which are in general to perform administrative, fiscal, or clerical work, or any other work commonly associated with office, business or fiscal administration.

“The Professional and Scientific Service shall include all groups comprehending positions the duties of which are to perform routine, advisory, administrative, or research work which is based upon the established principles of a profession or science, and which requires professional or scientific training equivalent to that represented by graduation from a college or university of recognized standing.

“The Educational Service shall include all groups comprehending positions the duties of which in general are to give or to supervise regular and systematic instruction designed to develop the mental, physical, aesthetic or vocational powers, including manual skill.

“The Navigation Service shall include all groups comprehending positions the duties of which are to perform work related to the operation, maintenance, and administration of airships, vessels and other floating craft which are not a part of the equipment of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, including the operation, maintenance, and administration of property designed to aid navigation.

“The Vigilance Service shall include all groups comprehending positions the duties of which are to perform or supervise police or fire-protection work, the guarding of persons or property under the custody of the Government, the preservation of law and order, and the protection of life and property.

“The Subprofessional Service shall include all groups comprehending positions the duties of which are to perform work which is incident, subordinate, or preparatory to the work of employees holding positions in the professional and scientific service, requiring or involving professional and scientific service, requiring or involving professional, scientific, or technical training or any degree inferior to that represented by graduation from a college or university of recognized standing.

“The Craft and Labor Service shall include all groups comprehending positions the duties of which are to perform or supervise domestic, manual, or mechanical work involved in the execution of public works; the manufacture and handling of supplies and equipment; the repair of equipment; the operation of mechanical equipment; the transportation of personnel and property; the caring for the needs of the sick and of persons in the care and custody of the Government, and/or of persons in its employ who are entitled to maintenance; or to perform or supervise work of similar character.”

Salary Board Abolished

SECTION 9. The Salary Board created in section nine of Commonwealth Act Numbered Four hundred and two is hereby abolished, and its powers, functions, duties, and records are hereby transferred to the Budget Commission. The terms “Salary Board” and “Board” used in the other parts of said Act shall be understood to mean the “Budget Commission” and “Commission,” respectively.

SECTION 10. Paragraph (a) of section ten of Commonwealth Act Numbered Four hundred and two is hereby amended to read as follows:

“(a) To establish within the services the necessary groups with their corresponding grades, designating (1) the titles of the classes, (2) the duties and responsibilities involved in each class, illustrated where necessary by examples of typical tasks, and (3) the minimum qualifications required for the satisfactory performance of such duties and tasks, in conformity with the specifications outlined in sections three and four herein: Provided, however, That the Commission may lower or waive the experiential requirement for any particular group or groups in the service below Grade P and graduate the experiential requirement accordingly for the high grades within the same group if, in the opinion of the said Commission, such action is for the best interest of the public service.”

SECTION 11. Section fourteen of Commonwealth Act Numbered Four hundred and two is hereby amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 14. Limitation of salary rates. — Except as otherwise provided in this Act, no appointments to positions subject to the provisions of this Act shall be made except at rates of compensation in conformity to the rates prescribed herein. An appointee to any position shall be entitled to receive the salary appropriated for the position after serving at least six months in every intermediate grade, if any, between that position and the position from which he has been promoted, unless he has previously received the same or higher salary in any position under the same or any other branch of the government service or he has been in continuous service for more than one year prior to the proposed promotion, in which case every year of such service counting from the date of his original appointment, during which he has not had one-rate promotion, shall be equivalent to six months’ service in every intermediate grade between his old and new positions and entitle him to the corresponding salary increase not exceeding the rate provided for the new position: Provided, That original appointments shall be made at salaries not exceeding the entrance rates for the civil service eligibility of the employees concerned: Provided, further, That notwithstanding the provisions of this Act, no employee shall be appointed at a salary higher than the maximum allowed for his civil service eligibility: And, provided, finally, That an appointment to any position in grades seven to one shall not take effect until the fitness of the appointee to hold the higher position by reason of his character, experience, training and other personal qualifications shall have been passed upon and approved by the President upon recommendation of the Cabinet.”

SECTION 12. All positions now provided by law in the different departments, bureaus, and offices shall, upon approval of this Order, be deemed allocated to the grades to which they would correspond by reason of the rates of salaries now authorized therefor in accordance with the schedule provided in section seven hereof.

Automatic Salary Increases

SECTION 13. Should the savings made available under section 162 (5) of this Executive Order be insufficient to pay all employees the automatic salary increases authorized therein, priorities shall be given to the employees occupying positions of the lowest grades: Provided, That when payments of the automatic salary increases shall be made to employees of any grade, the same shall be made to all employees of that grade. No payment of the automatic salary increases shall be made to employees of the next higher grade if all employees within that grade cannot be provided for from the residual funds still available. Automatic salary increases unpaid by reason of insufficiency of funds shall not be cumulative.

Automatic salary increases shall not affect the basic salary attached to the positions.

The provisions of section 162 (5) of this Executive Order referring to automatic salary increases shall not be applicable to employees occupying positions the salaries of which are fixed by law, as in the case of enlisted men of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine Constabulary.

Employees paid from funds other than those appropriated in Republic Act Numbered One hundred fifty-six may be paid automatic salary increases in accordance with the provisions of said Act and this Executive Order when authorized in the special budget allotting the corresponding funds.

Salary of Recreated Positions

SECTION 14. When a position, which is subject to the provisions of Commonwealth Act Numbered Four hundred and two, as herein amended, is abolished by the retirement of the incumbent thereof under Act Numbered Twenty-five hundred eighty-nine, as amended, the same may be filled, when recreated by authority of the President, at a salary equal to two-thirds of the salary authorized by law for the said position: Provided, That when such two-thirds is not of the rates authorized in this Order, the same shall be adjusted to the next higher or lower rate, whichever is the nearer, unless otherwise provided in subsequent general appropriation acts.

SECTION 15. Sections eleven and twelve of Commonwealth Act Numbered Four hundred and two are hereby repealed.

Councils of Personnel Administration

SECTION 16. There is hereby created in every Department, bureau or office, in every corporation owned or controlled by the government, and in every agency or instrumentality of the Government a Council of Personnel Administration to be composed of the chiefs of divisions or primary units in the said offices and two representatives of the subordinate personnel who shall be elected from among the employees whose basic salary does not exceed two thousand four hundred pesos per annum each. The chairman of the Council shall be elected by its members from among themselves.

SECTION 17. The Council is hereby authorized to examine the records of efficiency and fitness of all employees in its respective office with a view to making appropriate recommendations, in accordance with the Civil Service Law and Rules, concerning officials and employees who may be found inefficient, inept, incompetent or otherwise unfit for further efficient service.

SECTION 18. It shall be the duty of the Council to bring to the attention of the administrative authorities concerned matters of general interest or benefit to the public service; to recommend such measures as will promote the well-being and improve the morale or efficiency of the personnel in the service; and to perform such other allied duties as may be assigned to it from time to time by the Department Head, director or chief of the bureau or office, or managing head of the corporation concerned.

Office of the President of the Philippines

Institute of Science — Board of Regents

SECTION 19. The Bureau of Science is hereby renamed “Institute of Science” and placed under the executive supervision of the President of the Philippines. The Institute of Science shall be governed by a Board of Regents which is hereby created, consisting of a Chairman and eight members who shall all be appointed by the President of the Philippines with the consent of the Commission on Appointments of the Congress for a term of three years: Provided, That the members first appointed shall hold office as follows: the Chairman and four members for two years and four for three years, the term of office of each member to be specified in his appointment by the President. All vacancies, except through expiration of the term, shall be filled for the unexpired term only. There shall be a Director of Science to carry out the resolutions of the Board of Regents. He shall be appointed by the President with the consent of the Commission on Appointments of the Congress.

SECTION 20. The Institute of Science shall have such powers, functions, and activities as are now by law vested in the Bureau of Science including particularly the following:

(a) The conduct of regional researches and investigation in the basic science of industry;

(b) The conduct of researches, investigations, and experiments of a technical nature to find new uses for raw materials and their by-products;

(c) The conduct of researches, investigations, and experiments bearing on industry, on industrial plant scale, whether under government auspices or under the auspices of corporations owned or controlled by the Government or private enterprises, on a basis of cooperation approved by the Board of Regents;

(d) The testing or verifying under local conditions of the results of researches, investigations, and experiments obtained elsewhere that may have application to Philippine industries and their problems;

(e) The conduct of research and experimentation regarding the possibility of aircraft construction and the use of Philippine materials in such construction, as provided under subsection (b), section six, of Commonwealth Act Numbered One hundred sixty-eight, which function shall be transferred from the Civil Aeronautics Administration to the Institute of Science; and

(f) The conduct of such researches and experiments including those that are of fundamental nature incidental but indispensable thereto, as will benefit industry and, in other ways, increase, promote and improve industrial production.

SECTION 21. The Board of Regents shall exercise the following specific powers:

(a) To guide and control the Director of Science in the administration of all the funds appropriated for the maintenance and operation of the Institute of Science, or received in the manner indicated in sections twenty-three and twenty-five hereof;

(b) To decide on the program of industrial research and to act on the budget of the Institute submitted by the Director of Science; and

(c) To promulgate rules and regulations for the establishment of fellowships in accordance with the provisions of the subsequent sections hereof.

SECTION 22. The several bureaus and offices of the Executive Branch of the Government, the University of the Philippines, and the corporations owned or controlled by the Government may assign to the Institute of Science such personnel as the Director of Science and the head of the corresponding department or organization may agree upon, either to pursue a separate research or experiment in relation to industries not being undertaken by the Institute of Science, or to assist in the conduct of a research or experiment on a fellowship basis.

SECTION 23. The bureaus, offices, agencies or instrumentalities of the Government, including corporations owned or controlled by the Government, private individuals, corporations, and enterprises may grant subsidy or contribution to the Institute of Science for the conduct of whatever research, study, or investigation they may desire the Institute of Science to undertake but such research, study, or investigation shall be carried on under the direction and supervision of the said Institute.

SECTION 24. The personnel, equipment, and other facilities of the Institute of Science shall be available to researchers that may be detailed to the said Institute under fellowship conditions, as provided in this Executive Order and approved by the Board of Regents.

SECTION 25. The Board of Regents is authorized to receive for the Institute of Science subsidies, endowments, bequests, and donations and use the same for such purposes as the donors may specify. In the absence of the express wishes of the donors, all such contributions shall form part of the fund of the Institute and shall be available for such expenditure as may be authorized by the Board of Regents.

National Research Council of the Philippines

SECTION 26. The “National Research Council of the Philippine Islands” created and established under Act Numbered Four thousand one hundred twenty, shall hereafter be known as the “National Research Council of the Philippines.”

The Executive Office

SECTION 27. The Executive Office shall have a chief who shall be known as Executive Secretary. His assistants shall be known as Assistant Executive Secretaries. The Executive Secretary shall have the rank of a Secretary of Department and shall exercise such powers, functions, and duties as may be assigned to him by the President from time to time, and such others as may be imposed upon him by law.

Bureaus and Offices Under the Executive Office

SECTION 28. The Bureau of the Census and Statistics, the Shipping Administration, the Bureau of Printing, the National Museum, the Institute of Nutrition, the Social Welfare Commission, and the National Urban Planning Commission, together with their respective powers, functions, activities, personnel, records, supplies, equipment, properties, and unexpended balances of funds or appropriations are hereby placed under the immediate supervision and control of the Executive Secretary. The Radio Broadcasting Board shall continue to be under his supervision and control. The Bureau of Printing shall continue to be operated on a revolving fund basis.

National Museum

SECTION 29. The Gallery of Art and History Division of the National Library is hereby merged with the Natural History Museum Division of the Department of Agriculture and Commerce. These combined units shall have the category of a Bureau to be designated “National Museum,” and shall be placed under the immediate supervision and control of the Executive Secretary. The National Museum shall have a chief who shall be known as Director of National Museum and whose salary, until otherwise fixed by law, shall be seven thousand two hundred pesos per annum.

Institute of Nutrition

SECTION 30. There is hereby created, in the Executive Office, an Institute of Nutrition which shall serve as a clearing-house of data and information concerning nutrition; shall advise, guide, and give suggestions towards a coordination of all experimental work, objectives, and results of nutritional experiments being undertaken by the different units of the Government and by all private organizations; shall foster and encourage harmonious cooperation among the said units, private institutions and other organizations engaged in various activities in order to promote a national nutrition program; and shall seek close adherence to, and correlated execution of, the said program after its approval by the President. This Institute shall be composed of a Chairman and ten members, who shall all be appointed by the President of the Philippines with the consent of the Commission on Appointments of the Congress for a term of four years: Provided, That the members first appointed shall hold office as follows: the Chairman and three members for two years, three members for three years, and four for four years, the term of office of each member to be specified in his appointment by the President. All vacancies, except through expiration of the term, shall be filled for the unexpired term only. There shall be a Director of Nutrition who shall be appointed by the President, with the consent of the Commission on Appointments of the Congress.

The Institute of Nutrition is authorized to receive subsidies, endowments, bequests, and donations and use the same for such purposes as the donors may specify. In the absence of the express wishes of the donors, all such contributions shall form part of the fund of the Institute and shall be available for such expenditures as may duly be authorized by the said Institute.

Social Welfare Commission

SECTION 31. The Bureau of Public Welfare is hereby abolished and in lieu thereof, the Social Welfare Commission is created under the executive supervision of the Executive Secretary. This Commission shall have a chief who shall be known as Commissioner of Social Welfare to be appointed by the President, with the consent of the Commission on Appointments of the Congress, and whose salary, until otherwise fixed by law, shall be seven thousand two hundred pesos per annum.

SECTION 32. All the personnel, records, documents, supplies, equipment, properties, and the unexpended balances of funds or appropriations pertaining to the Bureau of Public Welfare are hereby transferred to the Social Welfare Commission.

SECTION 33. The Social Welfare Commission shall have such powers, functions, and activities as are now by law vested in the Bureau of Public Welfare, including, particularly, the proper enforcement of the laws and regulations relative to relief and other social services, and the administration of all charitable and relief agencies, including institutions for the care of the aged and/or infirm and of dependent, defective and/or delinquent children supported, whether wholly or partly by the Government or any of its branches or instrumentalities: Provided, That during the time that the Philippine Relief and Trade Rehabilitation Administration undertakes relief functions which are in conflict with the functions of the Social Welfare Commission specified in this section, the President of the Philippines may delimit and coordinate the jurisdiction and activities of the Philippine Relief and Trade Rehabilitation Administration and the Social Welfare Commission in connection therewith.

Department of the Interior

SECTION 34. Section eighty-six of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 86. Bureaus and offices under the Department of the Interior. — The Department of the Interior shall have executive supervision over the administration of provinces, municipalities, chartered cities and other local political subdivisions, except the financial affairs and financial agencies thereof, the Philippine Constabulary, the Board of Review for Moving Pictures, the Racing Commission, and the Boxing and Wrestling Commission.”

Philippine Constabulary

SECTION 35. Twelve thousand officers and men of the present Military Police Command, Armed Forces of the Philippines, are hereby withdrawn therefrom and transferred to the Department of the Interior and constituted into a national police force to be known and designated as the Philippine Constabulary: Provided, however, That the President of the Philippines may, to meet emergency conditions, have the normal strength of the Constabulary temporarily increased by attaching thereto the necessary number of units from the Armed Forces through temporary detail. Such number of civilian personnel as the appropriations herein transferred will permit are likewise transferred to the Philippine Constabulary.

SECTION 36. The Philippine Constabulary herein organized shall be deemed to be a Bureau and the Chief of Constabulary shall have all the powers generally conferred upon directors of bureaus particularly by Sections five hundred fifty to five hundred fifty-seven, inclusive, of the Revised Administrative Code. He shall have power also to prescribe the insignia, arms, equipment, and uniform of the members of the Philippine Constabulary: Provided, That such uniform shall be different from those of the other armed forces of the Philippines or of the local police forces, and no person not a member of the Philippine Constabulary is authorized to wear the same or another closely similar to it.

SECTION 37. There shall be one Chief of Constabulary who shall have the rank of Brigadier General, one Deputy Chief who shall have the rank of Colonel, and such number of Assistant Chiefs, whose ranks shall not be lower than Lieutenant-Colonel, as the President may authorize from time to time within the limits of available appropriations. The Chief and the Deputy Chief of Constabulary shall be appointed by the President of the Philippines with the consent of the Commission on Appointments of the Congress.

SECTION 38. All police duties, functions, authority, and responsibility, except those of military character, of the Military Police Command, Armed Forces of the Philippines, shall hereafter be exercised and assumed by the Philippine Constabulary, which shall be charged with the enforcement of law and order. The provisions of Sections eight hundred thirty-two, eight hundred thirty-three, eight hundred thirty-four, eight hundred thirty-five, eight hundred thirty-six, eight hundred thirty-seven, eight hundred thirty-eight, eight hundred thirty-nine, eight hundred forty, and eight hundred forty-eight of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, which are hereby declared in full force and effect, shall govern the members of the Philippine Constabulary in the exercise of their authority and duties as peace officers and in their relations with provincial and municipal law enforcement agencies and officials. During any period of emergency any element of the Armed Forces of the Philippines may, upon direction of the President, be employed to assist the Philippine Constabulary, and the military element thus employed shall be temporarily under the control or command of the appropriate Constabulary commander senior in relative rank unless the President directs otherwise. If the emergency so warrants, the President may direct that all Constabulary and local police elements operating in the affected region may be attached to the Armed Forces of the Philippines and placed under the operational control of the Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces or such subordinate commander as the Chief of Staff may designate. In all cases where elements of the Armed Forces and the Constabulary operate in conjunction with or under the control of the other, routine matters of administration and supply will remain the responsibility of their respective commanders.

SECTION 39. Commissioned and enlisted personnel detailed from the Armed Forces of the Philippines or transferred therefrom to the Philippine Constabulary shall be deemed to have the same status, including ranks, rights, privileges, and obligations as officers and enlisted men of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. The Philippine Constabulary shall form part of the Reserve Force, and all service performed by any officer or enlisted man in the Philippine Constabulary shall be counted, for all legal purposes, as military service rendered. No person called to the service of the Philippine Constabulary shall, by virtue thereof solely, suffer a reduction in pay or deprivation of any additional benefit or privilege earned by him as a member of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

SECTION 40. For a period of one year after the effective date of this Order and with the authority of the President of the Philippines, any officer or enlisted man of the Armed Forces of the Philippines may, with his consent, be assigned to serve in the Philippine Constabulary or vice versa. To meet emergency conditions, the President is authorized to detail temporarily any personnel of the Armed Forces for duty with the Constabulary or vice versa.

SECTION 41. When the present strength of the Philippine Constabulary shall have been reduced to twelve thousand, no enlistment except when approved by the Secretary of the Interior for specially qualified key personnel will be permitted, unless the President determines that a larger strength than twelve thousand officers and men should be organized. Vacancies in the positions for enlisted personnel occurring from time to time may be filled by the Philippine Constabulary by direct enlistment, each enlistment to last for a period not more than three years, and the soldiers so enlisted shall be considered as members of the Reserve Force of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

SECTION 42. By authority of the President of the Philippines, officers of the Philippine Constabulary temporarily detailed to the Armed Forces or vice versa with their consent may be temporarily promoted to grades authorized for the respective positions they may hold under such detail. All requirements for permanent promotions excepting those pertaining to position vacancies shall be the same as in the Armed Forces. For position vacancy requirements the Constabulary will have its own promotion roster.

SECTION 43. The Articles of War governing the Armed Forces of the Philippines are hereby made applicable to the Philippine Constabulary. Other laws, rules and regulations regarding appointments and commissions, enlistment, pay and allowances, rank or grade, promotions, retirements, resignation and discharge of members of the Armed Forces shall, as far as practicable, be applicable to members of the Constabulary: Provided, however, That the President may, if appropriations are available and in appropriate cases, authorize additional pay and allowances to members of the Constabulary. The provisions of the Constabulary Law, Chapter thirty-five, Book Two, of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, and other laws, executive orders, rules and regulations which are not inconsistent with the provisions of this Order or with any of  the laws made applicable to the Constabulary are hereby declared applicable to the officers and enlisted men of the Philippine Constabulary.

SECTION 44. Real estate, including buildings and installations appurtenant thereto, formerly owned by the old Philippine Constabulary and still in the possession of the Government; leases over private property heretofore held by the Military Police Command, Armed Forces of the Philippines; facilities and equipment heretofore used by the Military Police Command in ballistics, fingerprinting and other activities peculiar only to criminal investigations and apprehension; and all record, files and correspondence heretofore kept by the Military Police Command are hereby transferred outright to the Constabulary. Armament, military supplies, and equipment sufficient for the use of twenty thousand officers and enlisted men belonging to the Armed Forces of the Philippines heretofore in the possession of the Military Police Command shall be turned over to the Philippine Constabulary on a loan or reimbursable basis. Future transfers to the Constabulary of armament, supplies and equipment belonging to the Armed Forces and surplus to their immediate needs shall be on a loan or reimbursable basis, upon mutual agreement subject to the approval of the President.

SECTION 45. Enlisted personnel transferred from the Military Police Command who are unqualified for Constabulary duty and not desired by the Armed Forces may be separated from the service without prejudice. Separation of officers unqualified for Constabulary duty who are not desired by the Armed Forces shall be in accordance with procedures established for similar personnel of the Armed Forces.

SECTION 46. The Armed Forces of the Philippines will furnish logistical support whenever practicable so as to eliminate duplication of installations and expense. Air or water transportation beyond the capabilities of the Philippine Constabulary shall be furnished by the Philippine Air Force or the Philippine Naval Patrol. Vehicle and armament repairs beyond the capabilities of the Constabulary shall be furnished by Armed Forces installations. Communication facilities and installations operated by the Armed Forces shall be utilized by the Constabulary whenever the communications system of the latter is inadequate, and vice versa. All logistical support rendered shall be reimbursable to the extent of actual cost.

Racing Commission

SECTION 47. The name “Board on Races” as used in Executive Order Numbered Three hundred twenty, dated January twenty-seventh, nineteen hundred forty-one, as amended, is hereby changed to “Racing Commission.”

Department of Finance

SECTION 48. Section eighty-one of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 81 Bureaus and offices under the Department of Finance. — The Department of Finance shall have executive supervision over the Bureau of Customs, the Bureau of Internal Revenue, the Bureau of the Treasury, the Bureau of Banking, the Procurement Office, the Manila Harbor Board, and the Tobacco Board. It shall also have general supervision over the financial affairs and financial agencies of provincial, municipal, and city governments, banks, banking transactions, coinage, currency, and, except as otherwise specially provided, over all funds the investment of which may be authorized by law.”

Procurement Office

SECTION 49. The special division attached to the Office of the Secretary of Finance, which is known as the Division of Purchase and Supply, is hereby changed to and shall hereafter be known as the Procurement Office.

Direct Purchases by the Armed Forces

SECTION 50. Upon recommendation of the Secretary of National Defense, the President may authorize the Armed Forces of the Philippines to make direct purchases without the intervention of the Procurement Office, under such rules and regulations as he may prescribe, of specific materials, supplies and equipment of military character.

Bureau of Customs

Commissioner of Customs

SECTION 51. The designation of the position of “Insular Collector of Customs” is changed to “Commissioner of Customs,” and its salary is fixed at nine thousand pesos per annum until otherwise provided by law.

Collector of Customs for the Port of Manila

SECTION 52. The position of “Deputy Insular Collector of Customs” is changed to “Collector of Customs for the Port of Manila” which position shall have a compensation of seven thousand two hundred pesos per annum. The Port of Manila is hereby placed for administrative purposes under the immediate supervision of the Collector of Customs for the Port of Manila.

Customs Patrol Service

SECTION 53. There is hereby organized a “Customs Patrol Service” through the consolidation of the Secret Service Division and the Harbor Police Division, including the positions and personnel paid by the entity operating the arrastre service, to take direct charge of the enforcement of the laws and regulations within the customs premises and the port area.

SECTION 54. The positions in the Customs Patrol Service are hereby declared primarily confidential and appointments thereto will be subject only to the discretion of the Secretary of Finance.

Lighthouse Service and Revenue Cutter Service Transferred

SECTION 55. The Lighthouse Service and the Revenue Cutter Service of the Bureau of Customs, including the appropriations, personnel, records, properties and equipment pertaining thereto are transferred to the Philippine Naval Patrol.

The Commander of the Philippine Naval Patrol shall furnish the Commissioner of Customs or the Collector of Customs in ports of entry such vessels as may be necessary in connection with the performance of the duties of the Bureau of Customs.

Bureau of Internal Revenue

SECTION 56. Any laws or orders to the contrary notwithstanding, the authority of the Collector of Internal Revenue under section three hundred and nine of Commonwealth Act Numbered Four hundred sixty-six, otherwise known as the National Internal Revenue Code, to compromise internal revenue cases or to refund taxes, shall be exercised only after taking into consideration the recommendation of a committee to be composed of the head of the Law Division, as chairman, and the heads of the Income Tax Division, the Inspection Division, the Miscellaneous Tax Division, and the auditor for the Bureau of Internal Revenue, as members: Provided, That when the amount of the original assessment is in excess of twenty thousand pesos, the action of the Collector shall not become effective unless the same is approved by the Secretary of Finance: Provided, further, That warrants for the refund of taxes shall be countersigned by an official superior to the auditor for the Bureau of Internal Revenue.

For the purposes of sections three hundred forty-seven and three hundred forty-nine of the National Internal Revenue Code, the auditor for the Bureau of Internal Revenue shall be considered an officer of the said Bureau while performing duties as a member of the committee created in the next preceding paragraph.

SECTION 57. All violations of internal revenue laws, rules and regulations discovered and all persons apprehended for such violations shall be reported immediately by field men to the provincial or city revenue agent in the provinces and cities other than the City of Manila and to the Collector of Internal Revenue in the City for action. No final settlement of civil liability arising from such violations of internal laws, rules and regulations shall be made unless the corresponding tax and the corresponding penalties due are first paid.

SECTION 58. No officer or employee of the Bureau of Internal Revenue shall accept employment from any taxpayer nor accept a taxpayer as client in any matter related in any way to any tax. Violation of this rule shall be sufficient ground for the summary dismissal from the service of the officer or employee concerned. No officer or employee in any tax-collecting agency shall accept any outside occupation for gain without the prior approval of the President upon recommendation of the Secretary of Finance.

SECTION 59. No provincial revenue agent shall be stationed longer than three years in any one province, and no agent, examiner or other field men of the Bureau of Internal Revenue shall be assigned to any province for more than two years. In Manila and other cities or places where large numbers of business establishments are located, the territory shall be divided into districts and the necessary number of field men shall be assigned to each district. No field man shall be assigned to a district for more than six months. Each field man shall keep a diary of his activities and shall submit the same to the Collector of Internal Revenue, the diary to show the following:

(a) Place of assignment,

(b) Nature of inspection work undertaken,

(c) Names and addresses of persons, stores or firms inspected during the day,

(d) Time of inspection,

(e) Findings, and

(f) Action taken.

SECTION 60. All records of the Bureau of Internal Revenue shall be under the charge and custody of the Records Section of the Administrative Division.

SECTION 61. The Law Division of the Bureau of Internal Revenue, subject to the control and supervision of the Collector, shall pass upon all legal matters involved in internal revenue cases and shall take charge of the interpretation and application of internal revenue laws.

Department of Justice

SECTION 62. The first paragraph of section eighty-three of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 83. Bureaus and offices under the Department of Justice. — The Department of Justice shall have executive supervision over the Office of the Solicitor General, the Courts of First Instance and the Inferior Courts, the Public Service Commission, the Bureau of Prisons, the General Land Registration Office, the Court of Industrial Relations, the National Bureau of Investigation, the Bureau of Immigration, the Board of Pardons and Parole, the People’s Court, the Office of Special Prosecutors, the Tenancy Law Enforcement Division, the Deportation Board, the Code Commission, and the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel. It shall also have the general supervision and control of the provincial sheriffs and all law officers of the Government other than provincial and city fiscals or attorneys and other prosecuting officers.”

National Bureau of Investigation

SECTION 63. The Bureau of Investigation created in Republic Act Numbered One hundred fifty-seven is hereby renamed National Bureau of Investigation.

SECTION 64. Section one hundred eighty-six of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 186. Officers in function of sheriff. — In the City of Manila, the Clerk of Court of First Instance of said City shall exercise the functions of sheriff. In each of the several provinces of the Philippines the duties and functions of provincial sheriff shall hereafter be exercised by a Clerk of Court of First Instance, who is hereby designated ex officio provincial sheriff, in addition to his regular duties: Provided, That in provinces where there are at present separate individual provincial sheriffs, this arrangement shall not be effective until after the position of sheriff becomes vacant.”

Anti-Usury Board Abolished

SECTION 65. The Anti-Usury Board, created by Act Numbered Four thousand one hundred nine, as amended, is hereby abolished, and its powers, functions, duties, personnel, equipment, records and appropriations are transferred to the National Bureau of Investigation.

Bureau of Justice Renamed Office of the Solicitor General

SECTION 66. The present Bureau of Justice shall hereafter be known and referred to as the Office of the Solicitor General.

SECTION 67. The first paragraph of section one thousand six hundred fifty-nine of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 1659. The Office of the Solicitor General shall have one Chief to be known as the Solicitor General whose salary shall be twelve thousand pesos per annum and shall have the rank of an Undersecretary of a Department. He shall be assisted by one First Assistant Solicitor General whose salary shall be nine thousand pesos per annum. When the Solicitor General is unable to perform his duties or in case of a vacancy in the office, the First Assistant Solicitor General shall temporarily perform the functions of said officer, or, in his absence, the Secretary of Justice may designate the acting chief of the office. There shall also be four Assistant Solicitors General and such number of solicitors as may from time to time be available under current appropriation and as the conditions of the service shall require.”

SECTION 68. Section one thousand six hundred sixty of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 1660. Function of Office of the Solicitor General. — The Office of the Solicitor General constitutes the law office of the Government of the Philippines and by it shall be performed duties requiring the services of a law officer.

“The Office of the Solicitor General shall have general supervision and control over provincial and city fiscals and attorneys and over other prosecuting officers throughout the Philippines, shall prepare rules for their guidance, and may require reports from them concerning the public business in the courts of their respective provinces or concerning other matters relating to the administration of justice therein.”

Bureau of Immigration Transferred to Department of Justice

SECTION 69. The Bureau of Immigration, together with its personnel, powers, functions, activities, records, documents, equipment and unexpended balances of appropriations, is hereby transferred from the Department of Labor to the Department of Justice.

Salvage Warehouse and Industrial Division Revolving Funds Merged

SECTION 70. The Salvage Warehouse Revolving Fund and the Bureau of Prisons — Industrial Division Revolving Fund are hereby consolidated.

Board of Pardons and Parole

SECTION 71. The “Board of Indeterminate Sentence” created in Act Numbered Four thousand one hundred and three, as amended by Act Numbered Four thousand two hundred and twenty-five, and the “Board of Pardons” created in Executive Order Numbered Eighty-three, dated January eleventh, nineteen hundred and thirty-seven, are hereby abolished and there is created in their stead a “Board of Pardons and Parole.” Any reference to the abolished boards in any act, executive order, rule or regulation shall be deemed a reference to the “Board of Pardons and Parole.”

SECTION 72. Sections four and five of Act Numbered Four thousand one hundred and three are hereby amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 4. The Board of Pardons and Parole is authorized to adopt such rules and regulations as may be necessary for carrying out its functions and duties. The Board is empowered to call upon any bureau, office, branch, subdivision, agency, or instrumentality of the Government for such assistance as it may need in connection with the performance of its functions. A majority of all the members shall constitute a quorum and a majority vote shall be necessary to arrive at a decision. Any dissent from the majority opinion shall be reduced to writing and filed with the records of the proceedings. Each member of the Board, including the Chairman and the Executive Officer, shall be entitled to receive as compensation ten pesos for each meeting actually attended by him, notwithstanding the provisions of section two hundred and fifty-nine of the Revised Administrative Code, and in addition thereto, reimbursement of actual and necessary traveling expenses incurred in the performance of duties.”

“SEC. 5. It shall be the duty of the Board of Pardons and Parole to look into the physical, mental and moral record of the prisoners who shall be eligible to parole and to determine the proper time of release of such prisoners. Whenever any prisoner shall have served the minimum penalty imposed on him, and it shall appear to the Board, from the reports of the prisoner’s work and conduct and the study and investigation made by the Board itself, that such prisoner is fitted by his training for release, that there is a reasonable probability that such prisoner will live and remain at liberty without violating the law, and that such release will not be incompatible with the welfare of society, said Board of Pardons and Parole may, in its discretion, and in accordance with the rules and regulations adopted hereunder, authorize the release of such prisoner on parole, upon such terms and conditions as are herein prescribed and as may be prescribed by the Board. The said Board of Pardons and Parole shall also examine the records and status of prisoners who shall have been convicted of any offense other than those named in section two hereof, for more than one year by final judgment prior to the date on which this Act shall take effect, and shall make recommendations in all such cases to the President of the Philippines with regard to the parole of such prisoners as they shall deem qualified for parole as herein provided, after they shall have served a period of imprisonment not less than the minimum period for which they might have been sentenced under this Act for the same offense.

“It shall also be the duty of the Board of Pardons and Parole to examine or cause to be examined the prison records and history of prisoners confined in any prison or penal colony in the Philippines who are not entitled to parole under the provisions of this Act and to recommend the pardon of any of said prisoners whenever it is satisfied that such prisoner has so reformed that upon being pardoned, he will not become a menace to society or become a public charge. In passing upon the wisdom and advisability of recommending the granting of pardon, the Board shall take into consideration the crime committed, the probabilities of the prisoner’s again violating the law, his conduct while in prison, and all other matters that in any way bear upon the effect which the pardon of the prisoner may have upon society.”

Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources

SECTION 73. The present Department of Agriculture and Commerce shall hereafter be known as Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

SECTION 74. Section eighty-four of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 84. Bureaus and offices under the Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources. — The Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources shall have executive supervision over the Bureau of Plant Industry, the Bureau of Animal Industry, the Bureau of Forestry, the Bureau of Lands, the Bureau of Mines, the Bureau of Fisheries, the Fiber Inspection Service, matters pertaining to colonies and plantations of public lands, and matters concerning hunting, fisheries, sponges, and other sea-products, including the issuance of licenses therefor.”

Veterinary, Mining Engineers, and Surveyors Examining Boards

SECTION 75. The Secretary of Agriculture and Natural Resources shall assume and exercise, with respect to the Veterinary Examining Board, the Board of Examiners for Mining Engineers, and the Board of Examiners for Surveyors, such prerogatives, functions, and authority as are conferred upon Department Heads by the provisions of Section ten of Act Numbered Four thousand seven, otherwise known as the Reorganization Law of 1932.

Department of Public Works and Communications

SECTION 76. Section eighty-five of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 85. Bureaus and offices under the Department of Public Works and Communications. — The Department of Public Works and Communications shall have executive supervision over the Bureau of Public Works, the Bureau of Posts, the Bureau of Telecommunications, the Government Marine Railway and Repair Shops, the Motor Vehicles Office, the Irrigation Council, and the Flood Control Commission.”

Bureau of Posts

Stamp and Philatelic Division

SECTION 77. There is created in the Bureau of Posts a division to be known as the “Stamp and Philatelic Division.” The Bureau of Posts shall exercise and undertake, through this Division, the following powers, functions, and activities:

(a) To prepare appropriate designs for postage stamps so as to portray and serve the best interest of the Philippines — its history, great men, heroes, memorable events, places of historical and scenic importance, flora and fauna, and agriculture and industries;

(b) To determine and designate dates to be commemorated on postage stamps of the Philippines;

(c) To encourage and promote stamp collecting and better philately by cooperating with organized stamp clubs;

(d) To disseminate and propagate through the radio and press the educational and recreational value of philately in the public schools and other institutions and to the general public;

(e) To build a philatelic library;

(f) To publish Philippine philatelic literature;

(g) To determine when and by what method a stamp will be withdrawn from sale or condemned; and

(h) To undertake all other activities pertaining to philately, national or international.

Bureau of Telecommunications

SECTION 78. There is hereby created a Bureau of Telecommunications. It shall have one chief to be known as Director of Telecommunications who shall be appointed by the President of the Philippines with the consent of the Commission on Appointments of the Congress. Until otherwise provided by law, the salary of the Director of Telecommunications shall be fixed at seven thousand two hundred pesos per annum.

SECTION 79. The Bureau of Telecommunications shall exercise the following powers and duties:

(a) To operate and maintain existing wire-telegraph and radio-telegraph offices, stations, and facilities, and those to be established to restore the pre-war telecommunication service under the Bureau of Posts, as well as such additional offices or stations as may hereafter be established to provide telecommunication service in places requiring such service;

(b) To investigate, consolidate, negotiate for, operate and maintain wire-telephone or radio telephone communication service throughout the Philippines by utilizing such existing facilities in cities, towns, and provinces as may be found feasible and under such terms and conditions or arrangements with the present owners or operators thereof as may be agreed upon to the satisfaction of all concerned;

(c) To prescribe, subject to approval by the Department Head, equitable rates of charges for messages handled by the system and/or for timecalls and other services that may be rendered by said system;

(d) To establish and maintain coastal stations to serve ships at sea or aircrafts and, when public interest so requires, to engage in the international telecommunication service in agreement with other countries desiring to establish such service with the Republic of the Philippines; and

(e) To abide by all existing rules or regulations prescribed by the International Telecommunication Convention relative to the accounting, disposition and exchange of messages handled in the international service, and those that may hereafter be promulgated by said Convention and adhered to by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines.

SECTION 80. All provisions of laws and contracts relating to radio and telegraph stations and cables the enforcement of which has heretofore been vested in the Director of Posts shall hereafter be enforced by the Director of Telecommunications.

SECTION 81. All the personnel, powers, functions, activities, appropriations, properties, equipment, supplies, records and documents pertaining to or intended for the electrical communication service under the Bureau of Posts shall be transferred to the Bureau of Telecommunications.

Motor Vehicles Office

SECTION 82. The Division of Motor Vehicles shall hereafter be known as the Motor Vehicles Office. It shall have one chief to be known as Chief of the Motor Vehicles Office whose compensation, until otherwise provided by law shall be seven thousand two hundred pesos per annum. The Chief of the Motor Vehicles Office shall be in charge of the administration of the Motor Vehicles Law. Wherever the words “Director of Public Works” and “Bureau of Public Works” are used in said law, the same shall be substituted by the words “Chief of the Motor Vehicles Office” and “Motor Vehicles Office,” respectively.

Department of Education

Changes in Names of Bureaus

SECTION 83. The Department of Instruction shall hereafter be known as the Department of Education; the Bureau of Education as the Bureau of Public Schools; the Office of Private Education as the Bureau of Private Schools; and the National Library as the Bureau of Public Libraries.

SECTION 84. Section eighty-two of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 82. Bureaus and offices under the Department of Education. — The Department of Education shall have executive supervision over the Bureau of Public Schools, the Bureau of Private Schools, the Bureau of Public Libraries, the Board on Textbooks, the Institute of National Language, and the Philippines Historical Committee.”

Division of Physical Education

SECTION 85. The Office of the National Physical Director shall hereafter function as a unit directly attached to the Office of the Secretary of Education and shall be renamed the Division of Physical Education.

Division of Adult Education

SECTION 86. The Office of Adult Education is hereby converted into the Division of Adult Education. The said Division, together with its functions, powers, duties, personnel, records, equipment, property and unexpended balances of appropriations, is transferred to the Bureau of Public Schools.

Board on Documents Abolished

SECTION 87. The Board on Documents created by Commonwealth Act Numbered fifty-four is hereby abolished, and its powers, functions and duties shall be assumed and exercised by the Director of Public Libraries.

National Council of Education Abolished

SECTION 88. The National Council of Education created and allocated under the Department of Public Instruction by Executive Order Numbered Nineteen, dated February nineteenth, nineteen hundred and thirty-six, is hereby abolished, and its records, property, equipment, and unexpended balances of appropriations, and personnel except the Chairman, the members, and the executive secretary, are transferred to the National Commission on Educational, Scientific and Cultural Matters created under Republic Act Numbered One hundred seventy-six.

Department of Labor

SECTION 89. Section four of Act Numbered Four thousand one hundred twenty-one, as amended by Commonwealth Act Numbered One hundred thirty-nine, is hereby further amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 4. Bureaus and offices under the Department of Labor. — The Department of Labor shall have executive supervision over the Bureau of Labor, the Labor Placement Office, the Safety Inspection Service, and all bureaus, divisions and offices hereafter created concerning labor alone or labor in its relation with capital, and also the proper enforcement of all laws relative to labor and capital in the Philippines and over all other matters related to the welfare of the Filipino laborers in this country and abroad.”

Department of National Defense

SECTION 90. Section two of Commonwealth Act Numbered Four hundred thirty is hereby amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 2. Bureaus and offices under the Department of National Defense. — The Department of National Defense shall be charged with the duty of supervising the national defense program of the country, and for this purpose, it shall have executive supervision over the Armed Forces of the Philippines, the Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, and the Philippine Veterans Board. This Department shall function under the executive control of the Secretary of National Defense who may be assisted by an Undersecretary.”

Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey

SECTION 91. (a) There shall be established in the Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey a commissioned corps of officer distributed in the grades of captain, commander, lieutenant commander, lieutenant, lieutenant (junior grade), and ensign: Provided, That the number of officers in the grades of captain and commander shall not exceed five per centum and eight per centum, respectively, of the total authorized number of commissioned officers on the active list, except that the number of commanders may be increased by the number of vacancies in the captain grade.

(b) Officers of the corps shall be citizens of the Philippines and shall rank with and after officers of corresponding grades in the Armed Forces of the Philippines with the same length of service in grade, as follows: captain with colonel, commander with lieutenant colonel, lieutenant commander with major, lieutenant with captain, lieutenant (junior grade) with first lieutenant, and ensign with second lieutenant.

(c) Whenever a final fraction occurs in computing the authorized number of officers of any grade, the nearest whole number shall be regarded as the authorized number: Provided, That no officers shall be reduced in grade or pay or separated from the active list as the result of any computations made to determine the authorized number of officers in the various grades.

SECTION 92. (a) The President is authorized to appoint the commissioned officers of the Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey: Provided, That, except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, all original appointments shall be made in the grade of ensign from among cadets who have qualified in accordance with this section: And provided, further, That all appointments and promotions to the rank of captain or commander shall be made with the consent of the Commission on Appointments of the Congress.

(b) Upon the effective date of this Order, the President is authorized to appoint to commissioned grades authorized in section 91 (a), (b), and (c) hereof qualified persons then serving in the Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey as field or administrative officers, without reference to the requirements specified in paragraph (a) of this section and Section 94 (b) hereof.

(c) The Director and the Assistant Director of the Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey shall have the ranks of captain and commander, respectively, and shall be appointed by the President, with the consent of the Commission on Appointments of the Congress from the list of commissioned officers of the Bureau not below the rank of lieutenant commander and lieutenant, respectively: Provided, That persons serving as Director and Assistant Director appointed by the President with the consent of the Commission on Appointments of the Congress upon the approval of this Order shall have the ranks of captain and commander, respectively.

SECTION 93. (a) Cadets shall be appointed by the Secretary of National Defense, upon recommendation of the Director of the Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, from a list of eligibles established under such regulations as the Secretary of National Defense may prescribe. The number of cadets shall not exceed six, except that the number of cadets may be increased by the number of vacancies in the ensign grade. Persons to be eligible for appointment as cadets shall be citizens of the Philippines and shall have a bachelor’s degree in civil, mechanical, geodetic or electrical engineering from a college or university of recognized standing.

(b) Cadets shall be promoted to ensign under such regulations as the Secretary of National Defense may prescribe as vacancies occur in the commissioned force, after not less than six months of continuous and satisfactory service as cadet.

SECTION 94. (a) Commissioned officers of the Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey shall be promoted within the limitations imposed under Section 91 hereof, according to a system to be approved by the Secretary of National Defense, and shall receive the same pay and allowances as are now or may hereafter be authorized for officers of corresponding grades in the Armed Forces of the Philippines: Provided, That for officers commissioned in accordance with Section 92 (b) hereof, longevity pay shall be based on the total of all Coast and Geodetic Survey service completed on the date of commission.

(b) Promotions to all grades shall be made by the President: Provided, That no person shall be appointed ensign or shall be promoted from ensign to lieutenant (junior grade), or from lieutenant (junior grade) to lieutenant until after passing a satisfactory mental and physical examination conducted in accordance with regulations prescribed by the Secretary of National Defense.

SECTION 95. All laws now in effect or which hereafter may enacted relating to retirement, separation, leaves of absence, medical treatment, commissary, and all other privileges for officers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines shall apply to commissioned officers of the Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey.

Armed Forces of the Philippines

SECTION 96. The Armed Forces of the Philippines will consist of the Regular Force and the Reserve Force divided in major commands as hereinafter provided.

Commander-in-Chief

SECTION 97. The President of the Philippines is Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. He exercises command through the Secretary of National Defense who directly represents him.

Chief of Staff

SECTION 98. The Chief of Staff executes the President’s command functions in relation to strategy, tactics, and operations. He is the immediate adviser of the Secretary of National Defense, and is responsible for the planning, development, and execution of the national defense program as prescribed by the Secretary of National Defense. He has command of all elements of the Armed Forces, and in the discharge of this responsibility, the Headquarters National Defense Forces shall function as a Field Headquarters in addition to its role as an administrative headquarters. He is authorized to prescribe the functions, duties, and powers of the various Staffs, Services, installations, and other units of the Armed Forces, and to issue from time to time such detailed instructions regarding personnel, funds, records, property, routing of correspondence, and such other matters as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of this Order. Orders, regulations, directives, and instructions are published in the name of the Chief of Staff, by order of the Secretary of National Defense.

Deputy Chief of Staff

SECTION 99. There shall be a Deputy Chief of Staff to assist the Chief of Staff and to perform his functions during his absence. The Deputy Chief of Staff shall also exercise general supervision over the General and Special Staffs and the Administrative and Technical Services.

General Council

SECTION 100. The General Council shall consist of the members of the General Staff and the Commanders of the Major Commands. The Council shall review and comment on any studies and plans which may be referred to it by the Chief of Staff. The Council or any of its individual members may initiate recommendations and suggestions to the Chief of Staff on any matter pertaining to the Armed Forces, especially on matters of long-range planning. The group functions are entirely advisory.

National Defense General Staff

SECTION 101. The National Defense General Staff shall be composed of the Chief of Staff, the Deputy Chief of Staff, the Assistant Chiefs of Staff from the General Staff Divisions, the Secretary to the National Defense General Staff, and such other officers of grades not below that of first lieutenant as may be detailed thereto from time to time by the Chief of Staff with the approval of the President of the Philippines. All officers in the Headquarters National Defense Forces with the rank of not lower than first lieutenant serving in or with the General Staff or performing duties that are of General Staff nature are designated as members of the General Staff Corps. Assignment to, or relief from, the National Defense General Staff shall be accomplished under such rules and regulations as the Chief of Staff may prescribe with the approval of the Secretary of National Defense.

Divisions of General Staff

SECTION 102. The National Defense General Staff shall be organized into five Divisions, each under the direction of an Assistant Chief of Staff, as follows:

(a) Plans and Operations Division (OPD);

(b) Personnel and Administration Division (G-1);

(c) Intelligence Division (G-2);

(d) Organization and Training Division (G-3); and

(e) Service, Supply and Procurement Division (G-4).

SECTION 103. The heads of the Divisions of the National Defense General Staff, acting as assistants to the Chief of Staff, will plan and coordinate the development and operations of the Armed Forces in accordance with the following principles:

(a) They plan, direct, coordinate, and supervise. They assist the Chief of Staff in getting assigned missions or duties done by the subordinate commands and agencies, but they are not in the chain of command.

(b) By direct contact with operating agencies, they insure that orders, directives, instructions, and plans are carried out faithfully.

(c) Decentralization to the fullest possible degree should be observed.

(d) Unnecessary duplication and overlapping of activities should be avoided.

(e) Personnel of the General Staff shall be representative of the Air, Naval, and Ground Forces.

(f) Only officers in the General Staff Corps Eligibility List may be assigned to the National Defense General Staff, but if not enough officers are available to fill the necessary General Staff positions, officers from other branches may be assigned. However, such assignment alone does not confer eligibility to the General Staff Corps Eligibility List nor the privilege of wearing the General Staff Corps insignia.

Administrative Staffs and Services

SECTION 104. The following constitute the Administrative Staffs and Services under the Chief of Staff:

(a) Adjutant General’s Service;

(b) Judge Advocate General’s Service;

(c) Educational and Recreational Service; and

(d) Chaplain Service.

Technical Staffs and Services

SECTION 105.     The following constitute the Technical Staffs and Services under the Chief of Staff:

(a) Corps of Engineers;

(b) Ordnance Service;

(c) Quartermaster Service;

(d) Signal Corps;

(e) Medical Service; and

(f) Finance Service.

National Defense Special Staff Divisions

SECTION 106. The following constitute the National Defense Special Staff Divisions under the Chief of Staff:

(a) Office of the Inspector General;

(b) Research and Development Division;

(c) Public and Legislative Relations Division;

(d) Budget Division; and

(e) Historical Division.

Each unit headed by a Chief of Division shall have such assistants as the Chief of Staff may direct. The Chiefs of Administrative Staffs and Services, Technical Staffs and Services, and of Special Staff Divisions shall be responsible for the efficient performance of the duties pertaining to their divisions and for the proper execution of all instructions and orders prescribed by the Chief of Staff.

Major Commands

SECTION 107. The Regular Force shall be divided into Major Commands and such other permanent installations, separate commands or task forces as may be created by authority of the President. There are hereby created the following Major Commands:

(a) Philippine Ground Force;

(b) Philippine Air Force; and

(c) Philippine Naval Patrol.

Philippine Ground Force

The Philippine Ground Force is charged with the mission of providing for the land defense of the Philippines and with such other missions as the President may direct. It shall be responsible for the determination of its requirements and provisions and for those of its units and attached services with respect to their personnel, materiel, and facilities; and for the preparation of plans for the development, organization, equipment, tactical operations, supply and maintenance thereof, including replacements.

It is also charged with the training and instruction of all trainees, the training of ground force reserve units, and such other missions as the President may direct.

Tenure of Office and Temporary Promotions

SECTION 108. The Commanders of the Major Commands and of the Military Areas, the Superintendent of the Philippine Military Academy, and the heads of the National Defense General Staff Divisions, the National Defense Special Staffs, and the Administrative and Technical Staffs and Services shall hold their positions for a period not exceeding three years, unless retained by authority of the Commander-in-Chief. By authority of the President, they may be temporarily promoted to grades authorized for their respective positions without vacating their permanent commissioned grades.

Military Areas

SECTION 109. The ten military districts are abolished and four Military Areas are hereby established as separate subordinate commands under the Chief of Staff which are designated as:

I. First Military Area;

II. Second Military Area;

III. Third Military Area; and

IV. Fourth Military Area.

The President shall, from time to time, determine the territorial extent of each Military Area. He may abolish a Military Area or create additional ones whenever he deems it necessary. Each Military Area shall be under a commander and such assistants as the Chief of Staff may direct. The commander shall be responsible for the efficient performance of the duties and the execution of all instructions and orders that may be issued by the Chief of Staff from time to time.

Philippine Air Force

SECTION 110. The present Philippine Army Air Force is hereby converted into the Philippine Air Force and raised to the category of a Major Command. All the powers, functions, duties, appropriations, personnel, records, armament, weapons, equipment, supplies, clothing, buildings, real estate and the appurtenances thereto, and other properties assigned or allocated to the Philippine Army Air Force are hereby transferred to the Philippine Air Force.

SECTION 111. The Philippine Air Force is charged with the primary mission of providing for the air defense of the Philippines. It shall be responsible, under policies prescribed by the Chief of Staff, for the determination of requirements and the provisions for the facilities and the preparation of necessary plans for the development, organization, equipment, training, tactical operations, supply and maintenance thereof, including replacements.

Commander of the Air Force

SECTION 112. The Philippine Air Force shall have a Commander with such rank as shall be determined by the President of the Philippines. He is charged with the administration, control, and operation of the Air Force under the Chief of Staff.

SECTION 113. Officers and enlisted men of the Philippine Air Force shall continue to be paid under existing laws and orders until otherwise provided for by law.

Philippine Naval Patrol

SECTION 114. The former Offshore Patrol is hereby converted into the Philippine Naval Patrol and raised to the category of a Major Command. All the powers, functions, duties, appropriations, personnel, records, armament, weapons, equipment, supplies, clothing, buildings, real estate and the appurtenances thereto, and other properties assigned or allocated to the former Offshore Patrol are hereby transferred to the Philippine Naval Patrol.

SECTION 115. The Philippine Naval Patrol is charged with the mission of carrying out sea patrol operations and defense action in Philippine waters, and the instruction and training of naval trainees and reserve units. Whenever properly authorized, it shall attend to, or render assistance in, the enforcement of laws and regulations pertaining to customs revenue, navigation, immigration, fishing, quarantine, and the neutrality of the Philippines. It shall be responsible for the determination, under policies prescribed by the Chief of Staff, of requirements and the provisions for its units with respect to personnel, materiel, facilities; and for the preparation of necessary plans for the development, organization, equipment, training, tactical operations, supply and maintenance thereof, including replacements.

Commander of Naval Patrol

SECTION 116. The Philippine Naval Patrol shall have a Commander with such rank as shall be determined by the President of the Philippines. He is charged with the administration, control, and operation of the Philippine Naval Patrol under the Chief of Staff.

The Revenue Cutter Service, The Lighthouse Service,
and the Philippine Nautical School

SECTION 117. The Philippine Nautical School under the Department of National Defense is hereby transferred to the Philippine Naval Patrol, together with its personnel, appropriations, properties, equipment, and records.

The revenue cutter service and the lighthouse service which have been transferred from the Bureau of Customs to the Philippine Naval Patrol, and the Philippine Nautical School shall be maintained as separate and distinct entities from the Naval Patrol proper and they shall retain their own personnel.

Commissioned and Enlisted Personnel

SECTION 118. Authorized commissioned and enlisted grades for personnel of the Philippine Naval Patrol, with their equivalent in the Ground Force and Air Force, shall be as follows:

Officers

Naval Patrol Grade

Ground Force

Equivalent Grade

Commodore Brigadier General
Captain Colonel
Commander Lt.-Colonel
Lt.-Commander Major
Lieutenant (Senior Grade) Captain
Lieutenant (Junior Grade) 1st Lieutenant
Ensign 2nd Lieutenant

Enlisted Men

Chief Petty Officer Master Sergeant
Petty Officer 1st Class Technical Sergeant
Petty Officer 2nd Class Staff Sergeant
Petty Officer 3rd Class Sergeant
Seaman 1st Class orFireman 1st Class Corporal
Seaman 2nd Class orFireman 2nd Class Private First Class
Apprentice Seaman Private

Pay and Allowances

SECTION 119. The pay and allowances of officers and enlisted men of the Philippine Naval Patrol shall be the same as those prescribed for the corresponding ranks and grades in the Armed Forces, plus an additional amount equivalent to ten per cent of the base pay of officers and enlisted men while assigned on sea duty. Additional ration allowances may be provided for officers and men of the Philippine Naval Patrol assigned on sea duty in accordance with its annual appropriations.

Headquarters

SECTION 120. The Headquarters Army of the Philippines and the Central General Staff are hereby re-designated the Headquarters National Defense Forces and the National Defense General Staff, respectively.

Separate Rosters

SECTION 121. The Philippine Air Force and the Philippine Naval Patrol shall each keep a roster of its officers and men separate from that of the rest of the Armed Forces.

Uniforms and Insignia

SECTION 122. With the approval of the President of the Philippines, the Chief of Staff is authorized to prescribe the uniforms and insignia of the officers and enlisted men of all the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

Authority to Modify Existing Organizations

SECTION 123. Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions, the President of the Philippines may, in the interest of economy, efficiency, and simplicity abolish or modify existing major commands, staff divisions and sections, services, military areas, installations, task forces, and other units, establish new ones.

Laws Repealed

SECTION 124. The provision of General Order Numbered Six, dated June twenty-first, nineteen hundred and thirty-nine, entitled “Composition of the Central General Staff of the Philippine Army,” and of Executive Order Numbered One hundred, dated March fifteenth, nineteen hundred and forty-six, on the Peace and Order Functions of the Military Police Command, and of all other laws, orders or regulations inconsistent with any of the provisions of this Executive Order are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.

Department of Health

SECTION 125. The second paragraph of Executive Order Numbered Three hundred seventeen, dated January seventh, nineteen hundred and forty-one, is hereby amended to read as follows:

“The Department of Health shall be charged with the protection of the health of the people, the maintenance of sanitary conditions, and the proper enforcement of the laws and regulations relative to health, sanitation, food, drugs and narcotics, slum housing, garbage and other waste disposal, and for these purposes, it shall exercise executive supervision over the Bureau of Health; the Bureau of Quarantine; the Bureau of Hospitals; the Board of Medical Examiners; the Board of Pharmaceutical Examiners; the Board of Dental Examiners; the Board of Optical Examiners; the Board of Examiners for Nurses; the National Advisory Health Council; the Alabang Vaccine and Serum Laboratories; the health departments of chartered cities; the national, provincial, city and municipal hospitals, dispensaries and clinics except the Philippine General Hospital; the public markets and slaughter-houses; hotels, restaurants, and other food establishments; and health resorts and similar establishments.”

Alabang Vaccine and Serum Laboratories Transferred to Department of Health

SECTION 126. The Alabang Vaccine and Serum Laboratories together with its functions, duties, personnel, records, documents, equipment, supplies and other property, and the Alabang Laboratories Revolving Fund are hereby transferred to the Office of the Secretary of Health. The Secretary of Health, the Commissioner of the Budget and the President of the University of the Philippines shall determine the personnel who should be transferred to the Office of the Secretary of Health in case they render services both to the University of the Philippines and the Alabang Vaccine and Serum Laboratories.

SECTION 127. Samples of biological products manufactured in the Alabang Vaccine and Serum Laboratories shall be submitted at least once a month to the Institute of Science for analysis to determine their purity and efficacy. Copies of the report showing the results of the analysis shall be furnished the Office of the President. Rules and regulations for the securing and submission of samples of biological products for analysis shall be issued jointly by the Department of Health and the Institute of Science.

Bureau of Health

SECTION 128. Section nine hundred thirty-eight of the Revised Administrative Code is hereby amended to read as follows:

“SEC. 938. Functions of the Bureau of Health. — The Bureau of Health is charged with the protection of the health of the people of the Philippines and the maintenance of sanitary conditions therein. Its general powers and duties shall extend to and comprehend, among other things:

“(a) The detection and detention of persons suffering from dangerous communicable diseases and the making of provision for their isolation until they shall cease to be source of infection;

(b) The control over the sanitation of schoolhouses and school premises and over prisons, penal settlements, jails, and other places for the detention of arrested persons, convicts, or offenders of any sort;

“(c) The control and supervision of school medical service in private schools, colleges, and universities;

“(d) The effectuation and maintenance of internal quarantine in times of epidemic or threatened spread of any dangerous communicable diseases;

“(e) The inspection and investigation of the sanitary condition of coastwise passenger vessels;

“(f) The sanitary disposal of the dead and the control over the sanitation of cemeteries;

“(g) The effectuation, at regular intervals or from time to time as conditions may require, of systematic vaccination and inoculations of the people of the country by the use of virus, vaccines, sera, or other prophylactics;

“(h) The dissemination of hygienic information among the people and especially the inculcation of knowledge as to the proper care of infants and the methods of preventing and controlling dangerous communicable diseases;

“(i) The making, from time to time, of adequate inspections of all health organizations or offices primarily concerned with the prevention of diseases, taking account of their equipment and facilities and the character of their work; and

“(j) The making of an epidemiological study and/or investigation of preventable diseases, especially those of an epidemic or communicable character; and the collection of statistical data or other information relative to the sources of mortality in the Philippines and the effects of localities, employments, conditions, habits, foods, beverages, and medicines on the health of the people; and the chemical composition and medical properties of the minero-medicinal waters of the Philippines.”

Bureau of Hospitals

SECTION 129. There is hereby created a Bureau of Hospitals under the executive supervision and control of the Department of Health. The Bureau of Hospitals shall have one chief to be known as Director of Hospitals whose salary shall be seven thousand two hundred pesos per annum. The general powers and duties of the Bureau of Hospitals shall extend to and comprehend, among other things:

(a) The conduct and management of Government hospitals (except the Philippine General Hospital), leprosaria, and sanatoria;

(b) The control and supervision of all hospitals for dangerous communicable diseases;

(c) The control and supervision of maternity, mental, orthopedic, tuberculosis, and other special hospitals;

(d) The control and supervision of skin disease clinics, venereal disease clinics, and other medical units;

(e) The control and supervision of puericulture centers, charity clinics, and dispensaries; and

(f) The supervision of private hospitals.

Division of Hospitals Abolished

SECTION 130. The Division of Hospitals under the Bureau of Health is hereby abolished and all its powers, functions, activities, personnel, documents, records, equipment, property, and appropriations are transferred to the Bureau of Hospitals.

Division of Child and Maternal Health Transferred

SECTION 131. The powers, functions, activities, personnel, records, equipment, property, and appropriations of the Division of Child and Maternal Health under the Bureau of Health are hereby transferred to the Bureau of Hospitals.

Indigent Children’s Hospital Transferred

SECTION 132. The Indigent Children’s Hospital under the Bureau of Public Welfare, together with its personnel, records, equipment, property, powers, functions, activities, and appropriations are transferred to the Bureau of Hospitals.

Department of Commerce and Industry

SECTION 133. There is created the Department of Commerce and Industry which shall have charge of the regulation, control, promotion, and development of the commerce and industry of the country.

SECTION 134. The Department of Commerce and Industry shall have executive supervision over the Bureau of Commerce, excluding its function of supervising the organization and operation of provincial trading corporations; the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Weather Bureau, the Patent Office, the Civil Aeronautics Board, the Civil Aeronautics Administration, the Radio Control Division, the Manila Trading Center and Exchange, the Sugar Quota Office, the Radio Control Board, including the power of supervision and control over the establishment and operation of all radio stations (receiving, transmitting, or broadcasting) other than the Government radio station and those maintained by the Bureau of Posts. The Secretary of Commerce and Industry shall assume and exercise with respect to the Board of Examiners for Aeronautical Engineers such prerogatives, functions, and authority as are conferred upon Department Heads by the provisions of section ten of Act Numbered Four thousand seven, otherwise known as the Reorganization Law of 1932.

SECTION 135. All the personnel, powers, functions, activities, equipment, materials, records, and unexpended balances of funds or appropriations pertaining to the bureaus, offices, and services placed under the executive supervision of the Department of Commerce and Industry are hereby transferred thereto.

Civil Aeronautics Administration

Aviation Terms Defined

SECTION 136. The following definitions shall control in the application and construction of this Order and other laws in so far as they apply to the Civil Aeronautics Board and the Civil Aeronautics Administration, unless the context otherwise requires:

(a) “Administrator” means the Administrator of the Civil Aeronautics Administration.

(b) “Aeronautics” means the art or science of aerial flight, or the science that treats of the operation of aircraft.

(c) “Air commerce” shall be taken to mean and include the transportation, in whole or in part, by aircraft of persons, property, or mail; the navigation of aircraft in furtherance of a business; or the navigation of aircraft from one place to another in the conduct of a business.

(d) “Air transportation” means carriage of persons, property, or mail, in whole or in part by aircraft.

(e) “Domestic air transportation” and “foreign air transportation” respectively mean the carriage by aircraft of persons, property, or mail for hire, (1) between places within the limits of the territory of the Republic of the Philippines and (2) between a place in any part of the territory of the Philippines and any place outside thereof, whether such carriage is wholly by aircraft or partly by aircraft and partly by other means of transportation.

(f) “Aircraft” means any contrivance now known or hereafter invented, used, or designed for navigation of, or flight in, the air.

(g) “Aircraft engine” means a device used, or intended to be used, for propulsion of aircraft and includes all parts, appurtenances, and accessories thereof other than propellers.

(h) “Airman” means (1) any individual, such as the person in command, the pilot, mechanic, or any member of the crew, who engages or assists in the navigation or operation of aircraft while under way; (2) any individual who is directly in charge of or actually performs the inspection, maintenance, overhauling or repair of aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, or appliances; and (3) any individual who serves in the capacity of aircraft dispatcher or air-traffic control operator.

(i) “Air navigation facility” shall include any airdrome, emergency landing field, light or other signal structure, radio directional finding facility, radio or other electrical communication facility, and any other structure or facility used as an aid to air navigation.

(j) “Airdrome” means an airport or a defined area, either on land or on water, including any building or installations thereon, normally used for the take-off and landing or alighting of aircraft, and which provides facilities for shelter, supply and repair of aircraft, or a place used regularly for receiving or discharging aircraft passengers or cargo.

(k) “Emergency landing field” means any locality, either on water or on land, which is adapted for taking-off and landing of aircraft located along an airway, and is intermediate to airports connected by the airways, but which is not equipped with facilities for shelter, supply, and repair of aircraft and is not used regularly for the receipt or discharge of passengers or cargo by air.

(l) “Airworthiness” means that condition in which an aircraft, its engines, propellers, and other components and accessories are of proper design and construction, and are safe for air navigation purposes, such design and construction being consistent with accepted engineering practice and in accordance with aerodynamic laws and aircraft science.

(m) “Airway” is a designated path in an air route identified by an area of specified width on the surface of the earth.

(n) “Appliances” means instruments, equipment, apparatus, parts, appurtenances, or accessories of whatever description which are used or are capable of being, or intended to be, used in the navigation, operation, or control of aircraft in flight (including parachutes and communication equipment and any other mechanism installed in or attached to aircraft during flight), and which are not a part or parts of aircraft, aircraft engines or propellers.

(o) The term “citizens of the Philippines” includes (a) those enumerated in Section one, Article six of the Constitution of the Philippines; (b) a partnership of which all the members are citizens as defined in the Constitution; (c) a corporation or association created or organized under the laws of the Philippines, of which the directing head and two-thirds or more of the members of the Board of Directors and other managing officers thereof, are citizens of the Philippines, and in which sixty-six and two-thirds per centum of the voting interest is owned or controlled by persons who are citizens of the Philippines.

(p) “Person” means and includes individuals, partnerships, joint enterprises, associations and/or corporations.

(q) “Foreign air carrier” means any person, not a citizen of the Philippines, who undertakes, whether directly or indirectly, or by lease or any other arrangements, to engage in foreign air transportation.

(r) “Mail” means Philippine mail and foreign-transit mail.

(s) “Navigation of aircraft” or “navigate aircraft” includes the piloting of aircraft.

(t) “Operation of aircraft” or “operate aircraft” means the use of aircraft for the purpose of air navigation and includes the navigation of aircraft. Any person who causes or authorizes the operation of aircraft, whether with or without the right of legal control (in the capacity of waiver, lessee, or otherwise) of aircraft, shall be deemed to be engaged in the operation of aircraft within the meaning of this Order.

(u) “Propeller” includes all parts, appurtenances, and accessories thereof.

Objectives of Civil Aeronautics Board and the Civil Aeronautics Administration

SECTION 137. In the exercise and performance of its powers and duties under this Executive Order, the Civil Aeronautics Board and the Civil Aeronautics Administration shall endeavor to attain, among others, the following objectives:

(a) The development and utilization of the air potential of the Philippines;

(b) The encouragement and development of an air transportation system properly adapted to the present and future needs of foreign and domestic commerce of the Philippines, of the postal service, and of the national defense;

(c) The regulation and control of air transportation in such manner as to insure the highest degree of safety, the fostering of sound economic condition and the coordination of air transportation;

(d) The promotion of adequate, economical, and efficient service by air carriers at reasonable charges, without unjust discriminations, undue preferences or advantages, or unfair or destructive competitive practices;

(e) Competition to the extent necessary to insure the sound development of an air transportation system properly adapted to the needs of the foreign and domestic commerce of the Philippines, of the postal service, and of the national defense;

(f) The encouragement and development of civil aeronautics.

Civil Aeronautics Board

SECTION 138. There is hereby created a Civil Aeronautics Board which shall be composed of the Secretary of Commerce and Industry, as Chairman, the Administrator of the Civil Aeronautics Administration, the Commander of the Philippine Air Force, and two other persons, as members, to be appointed by the President. They shall hold office at the pleasure of the President and shall be entitled to a per diem for each meeting actually attended at such amount as may be fixed by the President. During the absence or incapacity of the Secretary of Commerce, the Administrator shall act as Chairman. No member of the Board shall have any pecuniary interest or shall own any stock or bond in any civil aeronautics enterprise.

SECTION 139. The Chairman and at least two members of the Board shall constitute a quorum to transact business. A majority vote of the members constituting a quorum shall be necessary for a valid and enforceable decision or order of the Board.

SECTION 140. No person shall engage in air commerce nor shall any person be licensed as an airman unless he is a citizen of the Philippines: Provided, however, That the Civil Aeronautics Board may, for a period not exceeding ten years, authorize the grant of an air commerce permit or issue licenses for airmen to aliens whose country grants the same right and privilege to Filipino citizens, all laws to the contrary notwithstanding.

SECTION 141. The Board shall have the following powers and duties:

(a) To promulgate rules and regulations governing the issuance, denial, amendment, suspension, or revocation of any permit or certificate authorizing a foreign air carrier to engage in air transportation between the Philippines and foreign countries.

(b) To promulgate rules and regulations particularly relating to the economic aspects of air transportation, including the following specific powers and duties:

(1) To issue, deny, transfer, amend, alter, modify, cancel, suspend, or revoke any permit or the terms, conditions, and limitations contained therein, authorizing a person who is a citizen of the Philippines to engage in air commerce within or between the Philippines and another country;

(2) To require the submission of periodic and special reports by any person engaged in air commerce in such manner and form as the Board may prescribe; to require any person engaged in air commerce to file with the Board a true copy of each and every contract, agreement, understanding, or arrangement pertaining to air commerce transactions, between such person and any other person engaged in air commerce; to prescribe the forms of any and all accounts, records, and memoranda to be kept by persons engaged in air commerce including the accounts, records, and memoranda of the movements of the traffic, as well as the receipts and expenditures of money; and to transmit a report describing the shares of stock or other interest held by such persons engaged in air commerce with any person engaged in air commerce in any phase of aeronautics, and the holding of the stock in, and control of, other persons engaged in any phase of aeronautics;

(3) To inquire into the management of the business of any person in air commerce and, to the extent reasonably necessary for such inquiry, to obtain from such person engaged in air commerce, and from any person controlling or controlled by, or under common control with, such person engaged in air commerce, full and complete reports and other information;

(4) To approve or disapprove consolidation, merger, purchase, lease, operating contract or acquisition of control between persons engaged in air commerce; and

(5) To investigate, upon complaint or upon its own initiative, whether or not any individual or person engaged in air commerce is violating any of the provision of this Order, or the rules and regulations issued thereunder, and to take such action, consistent with the provisions of this Executive Order, as may be necessary to prevent further violation of such provision, rules and regulations.

(c) To review, revise, reverse, modify, or affirm on appeal any administrative decision or order of the Administrator on matters pertaining to the —

(1) Grounding of airmen and aircraft;

(2) Revocation or suspension of any certificate or the denial by the Administrator to issue any certificate.

(d) To perform such acts, conduct such investigations, issue and amend such orders, and make and amend such general or special rules, regulations, and procedures, as it shall deem necessary in the exercise and performance of its powers and duties under this Executive Order.

SECTION 142. The Board shall submit an annual report to the President which shall contain such information and data collected by the Board which may be of value in the determination of questions connected with the development of civil aeronautics, together with such recommendation for additional legislation relating thereto as the Board may deem necessary.

Civil Aeronautics Administration; Administrator and Deputy Administrator

SECTION 143. There is hereby created the Civil Aeronautics Administration under the administrative supervision and control of the Department of Commerce and Industry. The Administration shall have one chief and one assistant chief to be designated Administrator and Deputy Administrator, respectively. The Administrator and the Deputy Administrator shall be appointed by the President of the Philippines, with the consent of the Commission on Appointments of the Congress. Until otherwise provided by law, the Administrator and the Deputy Administrator shall receive an annual compensation of seven thousand two hundred pesos and six thousand pesos per annum, respectively. The Administrator shall be the administrative head of the Civil Aeronautics Administration and shall have charge of the administration of all laws relating to civil aeronautics in the Philippines. He shall submit to the Secretary of Commerce and Industry a report in writing of the activities and transactions of his Office, annually or oftener as may be required. During the absence of the Administrator, the Deputy Administrator shall act as, and perform the duties of, the Administrator, in addition to his own duties.

Qualifications of Deputy Administrator

SECTION 144. No person shall be appointed Deputy Administrator unless he be a citizen of the Philippines and possesses at least one of the following qualifications:

(a) He must meet the qualifications and requirements prescribed for a pilot to hold an airline transport license or its equivalent;

(b) He must meet the qualifications of a command pilot of the Philippine Air Force; or

(c) He must have at least ten years’ experience in aeronautical engineering or in the operational phase of civil aviation or its equivalent.

Powers and Duties of Civil Aeronautics Administration

SECTION 145. Subject to the general control and supervision of the Secretary of Commerce and Industry, the Civil Aeronautics Administration is empowered:

(a) To promote safety of flight in air commerce by prescribing and revising from time to time:

(1) Minimum standards governing the design, materials, workmanship, construction, and performance of aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, and appliances;

(2) Rules and regulations and minimum standards governing:

(aa) the inspection, servicing, and overhauling of aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, and appliances;

(bb) the equipment and facilities for such inspection, servicing, and overhauling;

(cc) the periods for, and the manner in, which inspection, servicing, and overhauling shall be made including provision for examinations and reports by properly qualified private persons whose examinations or reports the Administrator may accept in lieu of those made by its officers and employees.

(3) Rules and regulations governing the reserve supply of aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, appliances, and aircraft fuel and oil, required in the interest of safety, including the reserve supply of aircraft fuel and oil which shall be carried in flight;

(4) Rules and regulations governing the maximum hours or periods of service of airmen and other employees of air carriers;

(5) Such rules and regulations, or minimum standards, governing other practices, methods, and procedures, as the Administrator may find necessary; and

(6) Air traffic rules governing the flight, navigation, protection, and identification of aircraft, including rules as to safe altitudes of flight, the prevention of collisions between aircrafts, and between aircraft and land or water vehicles;

(b) To promulgate rules and regulations governing the minimum standards, examination, and rating of:

(1) Airmen;

(2) Airworthiness of aircraft;

(3) Air navigation facilities for use by aircraft;

(4) Civilian schools giving instruction in flying or in the repair, alteration, maintenance, and overhauling of aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, and appliances, as to the adequacy of the course of instruction, the suitability and airworthiness of the equipment and the competency of the instructors;

(5) Repair stations or shops for the repair, alteration, maintenance, and overhauling of aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, or appliances, as to the adequacy and suitability of the equipment, facilities and materials for, and methods of, repair, alteration, maintenance, and overhauling of aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, and appliances, and the competency of those engaged in the work of giving any instruction therein; and

(6) Such other air agencies as may be necessary in the interest of the public;

and to issue the corresponding certificates, specifying and prescribing such terms, conditions and limitations as are necessary for public interest and safety: Provided, That any order suspending, cancelling, or revoking any such certificate, or denying the issuance of any certificate, by the Administrator may be appealed to the Civil Aeronautics Board whose decision shall be final.

(c) To promulgate rules and regulations governing the registration and recording of aircrafts;

(d) To collect and disseminate information relative to civil aeronautics; to study the possibilities of the development of air commerce and the aeronautical industry; to exchange with foreign governments, through appropriate governmental channels, information pertaining to civil aeronautics; to make arrangements and provide direct correspondence, transmittal and communication of matters relating to the technical and operational phase of aeronautics with the International Civil Aviation Organization and other international aeronautical agencies;

(e) Within the limits of available appropriation, to plan, acquire, design, construct, operate, improve, and manage all necessary airdromes, airways, and air navigation facilities;

(f) To impose and fix, as authorized in Republic Act Numbered One hundred twenty-five, and subject to the approval of the Civil Aeronautics Board, such reasonable charges and fees for the use of government air navigation facilities, and for services rendered by it in the rating of any air navigation facility;

(g) To promulgate rules and regulations governing notification and report of accidents in civil air navigation in the Philippines; to investigate such accidents involving aircraft including the facts, conditions, and attending circumstances relating to each accident and the probable cause thereof, and to submit a report to the Civil Aeronautics Board and such recommendation as will tend to prevent similar accidents in the future: Provided, That, when any accident has resulted in serious or fatal injury, it shall be the duty of the Civil Aeronautics Board to make public such report: Provided, further, That any such statement or any report of such investigation or hearing or any part thereof shall not be admitted as evidence or used for any purpose in any civil suit or action growing out of any matter referred to in any such statement, investigation, hearing or report thereof.

SECTION 146. The provisions of Chapter Five, Sections seven and eight of Commonwealth Act Numbered One hundred sixty-eight, as amended, and the provisions of Chapter Four of Commonwealth Act Numbered One hundred forty-six are herein incorporated: Provided, That charging a fare lower than the minimum rate fixed by competent authority shall be a cause for the revocation or suspension of any permit to engage in air commerce: Provided, further, That violation of any of the provisions of this Executive Order for which no penalty is imposed shall be a cause for the revocation or suspension of any permit to engage in air commerce or any certificate issued under this Order.

SECTION 147. In enforcing the provisions of this Order, the Civil Aeronautics Board, or the Administrator, or any officer of the said Board, or the Civil Aeronautics Administration, designated by it or by the Administrator in writing for such purpose is authorized and empowered to hold public hearings at such places and time as is convenient and practicable, and for the purpose of such hearings, such officer is hereby authorized to administer oaths, examine witnesses, require the preservation of evidence, and issue subpoena for the attendance and examination of witnesses, or the production of books, papers, documents, exhibits or other evidence, or the taking of depositions before any designated individual competent to administer oaths.

Exemptions

SECTION 148. (a) The conditions and requirements of this Order and the rules and regulations issued thereunder shall not apply to aircraft and airmen of the armed forces of the Philippines and of the United States of America.

(b) Foreign aircraft and airmen serving in connection therewith may, except with respect to the observance by such airmen of the air traffic rules, be exempted from the provisions of Section 140 of this Order to the extent, and upon such terms and conditions, as may be prescribed by the Civil Aeronautics Board and/or the Civil Aeronautics Administration as being in the interest of the public.

Civil Aeronautics Commission Abolished
and Its Functions Transferred to Civil Aeronautics Board

SECTION 149. The Civil Aeronautics Commission created in Administrative Order Numbered Seven, dated July thirtieth, nineteen hundred and forty-six, as amended by Administrative Order Numbered Twenty-eight, dated March fifth, nineteen hundred and forty-seven, is hereby abolished and its functions and duties are transferred to the Civil Aeronautics Board herein created. The functions of the Bureau of Aeronautics as provided for in Commonwealth Act Numbered One hundred sixty-eight, as amended, except the functions provided in subsection (b), section six of the said Act, the functions provided in section thirteen of Commonwealth Act Numbered One hundred forty-six pertaining to the power of the Public Service Commission to fix the maximum passenger and freight rates that may be charged by airlines, the functions provided in Republic Act Numbered One hundred twenty-five are hereby transferred to and consolidated in the Civil Aeronautics Administration and/or Civil Aeronautics Board.

Bureau of Aeronautics Abolished

SECTION 150. The Bureau of Aeronautics is hereby abolished and all its personnel, records, property, equipment, funds, and appropriations are hereby transferred to the Civil Aeronautics Administration.

Radio Control Division Transferred

SECTION 151. The Radio Control Division now under the Department of National Defense, together with all its personnel, powers, functions, activities, records, equipment, and unexpended balances of funds or appropriations, is hereby transferred to the Department of Commerce and Industry.

Radio Activities Consolidated in Radio Control Board

SECTION 152. The Radio Board and the Radio Permit Committee, at present under the Office of the President, and the Radio Broadcasting Committee under the Department of National Defense are hereby abolished and all their personnel, functions, powers, activities, and unexpended balances of funds or appropriations are transferred to, and shall be assumed by, a board to be known as the Radio Control Board under the executive supervision of the Department of Commerce and Industry. The Radio Control Board shall be composed of the Undersecretary of Commerce and Industry, as Chairman, and the Press Secretary of the Office of the President, the Collector of Internal Revenue, the Director of Public Schools, and the Director of Posts, as members. The President may appoint additional members if the needs of the service require. The Chief of the Radio Control Division of the Department of Commerce and Industry shall be the Secretary of the Radio Control Board.

Sugar Quota Office

SECTION 153. The Philippine Sugar Administration under the Office of the President is hereby renamed “Sugar Quota Office” and transferred to the Department of Commerce and Industry together with its personnel, records, documents, supplies, equipment and appropriations. The Sugar Quota Office shall have a chief to be known as Sugar Quota Administrator whose salary, until otherwise fixed by law, shall be seven thousand two hundred pesos per annum.

SECTION 154. The Sugar Quota Office shall assume the functions, powers, and duties heretofore exercised by the Philippine Sugar Administration.

Division of Standards

SECTION 155. There is hereby created in the Bureau of Commerce a Division of Standards which shall have charge of inspection, classification, grading, standardization and licensing for export of copra and other agricultural products, as well as industrial, mineral, fish and all other exportable products of the Philippines, subject to such rules and regulations as the Secretary of Commerce and Industry may promulgate with the approval of the President.

Standardization of Products

SECTION 156. The Director of Commerce, through the Division of Standards, shall initiate the fixing and, upon approval of the President, the establishment of the grade, quality, and other standards for all agricultural, forest, mineral, fish, and industrial products of the Philippines (except sugar, abaca and other fibers, and tobacco) for which no standard has as yet been fixed by law, executive order, rules or regulations. The Institute of Science and other branches of the Government having the facilities for the purpose shall render the necessary assistance for the establishment of said standards. Chemical analyses, physical and biological tests necessary for the examination or standardization of products under the provisions of this Order shall be undertaken in the laboratories of the Institute of Science, except when there are other facilities available elsewhere.

Export of Philippine Products

SECTION 157. No product of the Philippines for which a standard has been prescribed in accordance with this Order, unless it is only in small quantity or is not for sale but for private consumption, shall be exported until it shall have been inspected by the Director of Commerce or his duly authorized representative and found to conform to the standards set for export. It shall be the duty and responsibility of all collectors of customs to enforce the prohibition on the exportation of any Philippine product herein imposed.

University of the Philippines

Philippine General Hospital Transferred to the University of the Philippines

SECTION 158. The Philippine General Hospital is hereby transferred from the Office of the President to the University of the Philippines, together with its personnel, powers, functions, duties, records, equipment, supplies and unexpended balances of appropriations. The appropriations for the Philippine General Hospital shall continue to be itemized in the annual general appropriation acts.

Reallotment of Funds

SECTION 159. From the total authorized appropriation of P226,356,306 consisting of —

1. General Appropriations, Republic Act No. 156 — P 225,644,306.00
2. For the creation of a Board to have charge of the selection and approval of textbooks to be used by the colleges and schools of the Government, Republic Act No. 139— 10,000.00
3. For the creation of the Bureau of Investigation, Republic Act No. 157 — 500,000.00
4. For the creation of a Patent Office, Republic Act No. 165 — 75,000.00
5. For the creation of a National Commission on Educational, Scientific and Cultural Matters, Republic Act No. 176 — 100,000.00
6. For the creation of the Bureau of Fisheries, Republic Act No. 177 — 25,000.00
7. For the creation of the Board of Electrical Engineering Examiners, Republic Act No. 184 — 2,000.00

the following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are reallotted for the operation of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines during the period from July first, nineteen hundred and forty-seven, to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and forty-eight except where otherwise specifically provided:

A. — CONGRESS OF THE PHILIPPINES

(Not Reorganized)

(1) Senate

I. — Salaries and Wages

1. The President of the Senate P 16,000.00
2. Twenty-three Senators at P7,200 165,600.00
3. One Secretary of the Senate, with the rank of Undersecretary of Department 9,000.00
4. One sergeant-at-arms 6,000.00
5. One private secretary to the President 7,200.00

Office of the President

6. One secretary to the President 7,200.00
7. One assistant private secretary to the President 5,100.00
8. One assistant secretary to the President 3,720.00
9. One clerk 3,120.00
10. One record clerk 2,400.00
11. Three special agents at P2,400 7,200.00
12. One special agent 1,920.00
13. One stenographer 3,120.00
14. One stenographer (Spanish) 3,120.00
15. Two chauffeurs at P1,560 3,120.00
16. One messenger 960.00

Office of the President Pro-Tempore

17. One secretary to the President Pro-Tempore 4,200.00
18. Two stenographers at P2,940 5,880.00
19. One clerk-stenographer 1,920.00
20. Two clerks at P1,320 2,640.00
21. One messenger 960.00

Office of the Chairman of the Committee on Rules

(Floor Leader)

22. One secretary of the Committee 3,720.00
23. One stenographer 2,400.00
24. One clerk 1,920.00
25. One messenger 960.00

Office of the Minority Floor Leader

26. One secretary 3,600.00
27. One stenographer 1,800.00
28. One clerk 960.00

Office of the Chairman, Committee on Finance

29. One technical assistant 5,100.00
30. One secretary of the Committee 3,720.00
31. One stenographer 2,400.00
32. One clerk 1,560.00
33. One messenger 960.00

Office of the Chairman, Committee on Accounts

34. One secretary of the Committee 3,720.00
35. One stenographer 1,560.00
36. One clerk 1,440.00
37. One messenger 960.00

Office of the Chairman, Committee on Foreign Relations

38. One secretary of the Committee 3,720.00
39. One stenographer 2,400.00

Office of the Commission on Appointments

40. One secretary of the Commission 5,100.00
41. One assistant secretary of the Commission 3,720.00
42. One clerk-stenographer 2,940.00
43. One clerk 1,200.00
44. One laborer-messenger 960.00

Office of the Electoral Tribunal

45. One Secretary 3,720.00
46. One stenographer (English) 3,600.00
47. One stenographer (Spanish) 3,600.00
48. One clerk 1,200.00
49. Six secretaries to the Senate members of the Electoral Tribunal at P1,800 10,800.00
50. One laborer-messenger 840.00

Office of the Secretary

51. One technical adviser 7,200.00
52. One technical assistant 4,800.00
53. One technical assistant 4,200.00
54. One attorney 3,000.00
55. One attorney 2,400.00
56. One stenographer 1,920.00
57. One clerk 1,320.00
58. One messenger 960.00

Press Relations Office

59. One chief 6,000.00
60. Three assistants at P3,600 10,800.00
61. One stenographer 1,800.00
62. One clerk 1,200.00
63. One messenger 960.00

Office of the Assistant Secretary and Chief Clerk

64. One assistant secretary and chief clerk 7,200.00
65. One senior clerk 3,960.00
66. One copy editor and translator (English) 4,800.00
67. One translator (Spanish) 3,480.00
68. One stenographer 1,920.00
69. One personnel clerk 2,580.00
70. One clerk 1,560.00
71. One clerk 1,440.00
72. One clerk 1,200.00
73. One messenger 960.00

Bill Division

74. One chief of division 5,400.00
75. One senior clerk 2,940.00
76. One clerk 1,920.00
77. One clerk 1,680.00
78. One clerk 1,440.00
79. One clerk 1,200.00
80. One clerk-roneo operator 1,200.00
81. One assistant roneo operator 1,200.00
82. One messenger 960.00

Journal Division

83. One chief of division 5,400.00
84. One assistant chief 4,800.00
85. Three debate stenographers (Spanish) at P4,200 12,600.00
86. Three debate stenographers at P4,200 12,600.00
87. One debate stenographer (English) 3,720.00
88. One debate stenographer (English) 3,300.00
89. Three assistant debate stenographers (English) at P3,600 10,800.00
90. Three assistant debate stenographers (Spanish) at P3,600 10,800.00
91. Two assistant debate stenographers (English) at P2,760 5,520.00
92. One stenographer 2,400.00
93. One copy editor (Spanish) 3,720.00
94. One copy editor (Spanish) 3,480.00
95. Two copy editors (English) at P3,480 6,960.00
96. One proofreader 2,040.00
97. One clerk 2,040.00
98. One clerk 1,320.00
99. One laborer-messenger 960.00

Committee Personnel Section

100. One chief of section 3,120.00
101. Three secretaries of Committees at P2,400 7,200.00
102. One stenographer 2,400.00
103. One stenographer 2,280.00
104. One stenographer 2,160.00
105. Four stenographers at P1,920 7,680.00
106. Two stenographers at P1,680 3,360.00
107. One clerk 1,920.00
108. One clerk 1,800.00
109. One clerk 1,320.00
110. One clerk 1,080.00
111. One messenger 960.00

Minutes Division

112. One chief of division 5,400.00
113. One minutes clerk 3,120.00
114. One clerk 2,040.00
115. One stenographer 1,920.00
116. One clerk 1,440.00
117. One messenger 960.00

Records and Mailing Division

118. One chief of division 3,480.00
119. One senior clerk 2,580.00
120. One typist 1,080.00
121. Three typists at P960 2,880.00
122. One messenger 960.00

Mailing Section

123. One mailing clerk 1,560.00
124. One clerk 1,080.00
125. Two cyclist messengers at P960 1,920.00
126. Two messengers at P960 1,920.00

Disbursement and Property Division

127. One chief of division 5,400.00
128. One cashier 4,500.00
129. One clerk 2,760.00
130. Two clerks at P1,920 3,840.00
131. Two clerks at P1,680 3,360.00
132. Two clerks at P1,440 2,880.00
133. One clerk 1,200.00
134. One messenger 960.00

Property Section

135. One property clerk 3,120.00
136. One clerk 1,920.00
137. One clerk 1,560.00
138. One clerk 1,200.00
139. One laborer-messenger 960.00

Accounting Division

140. One chief accountant 6,000.00
141. One accountant 4,200.00
142. One clerk 3,120.00
143. One clerk-bookkeeper 2,940.00
144. One clerk 1,560.00
145. Two clerks at P1,320 2,640.00
146. Two clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
147. One messenger 960.00

Legislative and Reference Division

148. One legislative counsel 7,200.00
149 One (technical assistant) legal adviser 6,000.00
150. One chief researcher 4,500.00
151. One researcher 2,760.00
152. One researcher 2,580.00
153. One copy editor 3,480.00
154. One attorney 3,300.00
155. One clerk-stenographer 2,400.00
156. One stenographer 1,920.00
157. Two clerks at P1,320 2,640.00
158. One messenger 960.00

Clipping and Information Section

159. One chief of section 2,940.00
160. One clipping clerk 2,040.00
161. One index clerk 1,920.00
162. One clerk-typist 960.00
163. One messenger 960.00

Office of the Sergeant-at-Arms

164. One assistant sergeant-at-arms 2,400.00
165. Two assistant sergeants-at-arms at P1,680 3,360.00
166. One assistant sergeant-at-arms 1,560.00
167. One assistant sergeant-at-arms 1,440.00
168. Two legislative policemen at P960 1,920.00

General Service

169. One caretaker, with free quarters, water and light while required to live in the building 1,440.00
170. Two chauffeurs at P1,560 3,120.00
171. One head watchman 1,200.00
172. Six watchmen at P960 5,760.00
173. Three watchmen at P900 2,700.00
174. Five laborer-messengers at P960 4,800.00
175. Six laborers at P960 5,760.00
176. Three laborers at P900 2,700.00
177 One skilled laborer 1,200.00
178. Three telephone operators at P1,560 4,680.00
179 One telephone maintenance and repair man 1,560.00
180. One electrician 1,560.00

Miscellaneous

181. For private secretaries of Senators at the rate of P3,000 72,000.00
182. Supplementary force that may be employed at any time in the discretion of the President of the Senate, including additional compensation for per diems to the Military and Police attaches of the President of the Senate 71,120.00
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Total for salaries and wages P 888,960.00
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II. — Sundry Expenses

1. Traveling expenses of Senators P 9,000.00
2. Traveling expenses and per diems of personnel, including those of the committees and members of the Senate when on journeys of investigation by order of the same, and also the transportation and other traveling expenses of the President of the Senate and of the subordinate personnel accompanying him in his travel of inspection and investigation in the provinces, certified by him as official 7,680.00
3. Freight, express and delivery service 3,200.00
4. Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 10,000.00
5. Illumination and power service 6,500.00
6. Consumption of supplies and materials, including the uniforms for pages, guards, legislative policemen and chauffeurs 60,000.00
7. Printing and binding reports, documents and publications 20,000.00
8. Maintenance and repair of equipment 31,080.00
9. Other services, including expenses incurred by the Senate for subsistence of Senators and employees during the sine die, or working overtime 33,200.00
10. For the expenses of the Senate in connection with receptions and entertainments by direction of the President of the Senate 20,000.00
11. Compensation to families of deceased Senators, Act No. 3799 14,400.00
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Total for sundry expenses P215,060.00
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III. — Furniture and Equipment

1. For the purchase of furniture and equipment, including the purchase of motor vehicle P50,000.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P50,000.00
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IV. — Special Purposes

1. For traveling and other expenses of Committees of the Senate when authorized by resolution of the latter to undertake studies in and outside of the Philippines P150,000.00
2. For other services, including transportation and additional secretarial services for the members of the Senate, or expenses incurred by direction of the President of the Senate 150,000.00
3. For the alteration, repair and maintenance of the offices of the Senators in the City Hall, including the purchase, installation and maintenance of one elevator 50,000.00
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Total for special purposes P350,000.00
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V. — Summary

Total for salaries and wages P888,960.00
Total for sundry expenses 215,060.00
Total for furniture and equipment 50,000.00
Total for special purposes 350,000.00
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Total amount available for the Senate P1,504,020.00
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VI. — Special Provisions

1. Any unexpended balance of the funds appropriated for the Senate may be used to cover a deficit in any item of the appropriation for the said Senate, including prior years’ expenses.

2. The appropriations in items 4, 6, 7 and 9, under “Sundry Expenses,” and that for “Furniture and Equipment” may be expended, respectively, for postage on correspondence and telegram fees for Senators, including freight, express and delivery service; for supplies and materials; for printing and binding reports, documents and publications; for subscriptions to newspapers; and for equipment for their use which shall be considered expended upon issue thereof to them, the total amount not to exceed one thousand pesos (P1,000) per annum for each Senator.

3. Any provision of existing law to the contrary notwithstanding, the President of the Senate is authorized to suspend or otherwise stop the expenditure of any amount appropriated for the Senate for any purpose, or any portion thereof, whenever in his judgment the public interest so requires, and thereupon the funds affected by such action shall become available for any other expenditures authorized in this Order for the Senate as the President of the Senate may determine.

4. Any member of the Senate may assign his salary for a period not exceeding one year at a time to any banking or loan institution doing business in the Philippines, including the compensation to his family in the event of death, and upon his assignment being duly registered with the chief of the accounting division of the Senate, such officer shall issue treasury warrants from time to time as the salary or death compensation falls due directly in favor of the creditor banking or loan institution.

(2) House of Representatives

I. — Salaries and Wages

Speaker

1. The Speaker of the House of Representatives P 16,000.00

Members

2. Ninety-seven Members of the House of Representatives at P7,200 698,400.00

Secretary

3. One Secretary of the House of Representatives, with the rank of Undersecretary of Department 9,000.00

Sergeant-at-Arms

4. One sergeant-at-arms of the House of Representatives 6,000.00

Office of the Speaker

5. One secretary to the Speaker 7,200.00
6. One assistant secretary 4,800.00
7. One private secretary 4,800.00
8. One legal adviser 7,200.00
9. One technical assistant 7,200.00
10. One technical assistant 5,100.00
11. Two stenographers at P3,480 6,960.00
12. Four special agents at P2,400 9,600.00
13. One clerk 1,920.00
14. Three clerks at P1,440 4,320.00
15. Two messengers at P720 1,440.00
16. Two chauffeurs at P1,440 2,880.00

Press Relations Office

(Speaker’s Office)

17. One chief 6,000.00
18. One assistant press relations officer 4,800.00
19. Two assistant press relations officers at P3,720 7,440.00
20. One special press relations officer 2,400.00
21. Two special press relations officers at P1,800 3,600.00

Office of the Speaker Pro-Tempore

22. One secretary to the Speaker Pro-Tempore 3,720.00
23. One stenographer 1,800.00
24. One clerk 1,200.00
25. One clerk 840.00
26. One messenger 720.00

Office of the Majority Floor Leader

27. One secretary to the Majority Floor Leader 3,720.00
28. One assistant secretary to the Floor Leader 2,400.00
29. One stenographer 1,200.00
30. One clerk 900.00
31. One messenger 720.00

Office of the Minority Floor Leader

32. One secretary to the Minority Floor Leader 3,600.00
33. One stenographer 1,800.00
34. One clerk 960.00

Office of the Electoral Tribunal

35. One secretary to the Electoral Tribunal 3,720.00
36. Six secretaries to the House members of the Electoral Tribunal at P1,800 10,800.00
37. One docket clerk 1,200.00
38. One clerk 840.00
39. One bailiff 1,200.00
40. One messenger 720.00

Office of the Committee on Appropriations

41. One technical assistant 4,200.00
42. One secretary to the Committee on Appropriations 3,720.00
43. One stenographer 2,760.00
44. One stenographer 2,400.00
45. Two clerks at P960 1,920.00
46. One messenger 720.00
Office of the Committee on Accounts
47. One secretary to the Committee on Accounts 3,720.00
48. One stenographer 960.00
49. One clerk 840.00
50. One messenger 720.00

Office of the Secretary

51. One technical assistant 6,000.00
52. One stenographer 2,940.00
53. Two special clerks at P2,760 5,520.00
54 One clerk 1,320.00
55. One clerk 1,200.00
56. One messenger 840.00
57. One messenger 720.00

Office of the Sergeant-at-Arms

58. One assistant sergeant-at-arms 2,400.00
59. One assistant sergeant-at-arms 1,800.00
60. One assistant sergeant-at-arms 1,680.00
61. Three assistant sergeants-at-arms at P1,440 4,320.00
62. One assistant sergeant-at-arms 1,200.00
63. Nine guards at P840 7,560.00
64. Seven pages at P720 5,040.00

Legislative Reference Division

65. One legislative counsel and chief of division 7,200.00
66. One assistant 6,000.00
67. One assistant 4,800.00
68. Two assistants at P3,960 7,920.00
69. One assistant 3,120.00
70. One chief legislative researcher and bill drafter 5,400.00
71. One legislative researcher and bill drafter 3,960.00
72. Thirteen legislative researchers and bill drafters at P2,400 31,200.00
73. One law clerk and proofreader 1,800.00
74. One legislative clerk 1,200.00
75. One librarian 2,400.00
76. One cataloguer 1,800.00
77. One assistant librarian and cataloguer 1,200.00
78. One assistant librarian 900.00
79. One stenographer 2,400.00
80. One stenographer 1,440.00
81. One stenographer 1,200.00
82. One chief clipping clerk 2,400.00
83. One clipping clerk 1,680.00
84. One clipping clerk 1,440.00
85. One clerk 1,440.00
86. One clerk 1,200.00
87. Three clerks at P1,080 3,240.00
88. Seven clerks at P900 6,300.00
89. One messenger 720.00

Office of the Chief Clerk

90. One assistant secretary and chief clerk 7,200.00
91. One stenographer 2,040.00
92. Two clerks at P1,440 2,880.00
93. One messenger 720.00

Mailing Section

94. One chief of section 1,800.00
95. One clerk 960.00
96. One clerk 900.00
97. Seven mounted messengers at P720 5,040.00

Accounting Division

98. One chief accountant 6,000.00
99. One assistant chief accountant 3,120.00
100. Two clerk-bookkeepers at P2,400 4,800.00
101. One clerk 2,040.00
102. One clerk 1,920.00
103. Five clerks at P1,200 6,000.00
104. One clerk-messenger 720.00

Journal Division

105. One chief of division 6,000.00
106. One assistant chief of division 4,200.00
107. Two debate stenographers at P3,720 7,440.00
108. Three debate stenographers at P3,480 10,440.00
109. Two debate stenographers at P3,120 6,240.00
110. Six debate stenographers at P2,940 17,640.00
111. Three assistant debate stenographers at P2,760 8,280.00
112. One messenger 720.00

Publication Section

113. One corrector and translator 5,100.00
114. One corrector and translator 4,200.00
115. One corrector and translator 3,720.00
116. One corrector and translator 3,120.00
117. One corrector and translator 2,400.00
118. One special clerk 2,760.00
119. One proofreader 2,400.00
120. One clerk 2,400.00
121. Two clerks at P1,440 2,880.00
122. One clerk 1,200.00
123. One messenger 720.00

Bills and Index Division

124. One chief of division 6,000.00
125. One assistant chief of division 4,200.00
126. One proofreader 2,400.00
127. One proofreader 1,920.00
128. One clerk 1,800.00
129. Two clerks at P1,560 3,120.00
130. Three clerks at P1,320 3,960.00
131. Two clerks at P1,080 2,160.00
132. Two clerks at P960 1,920.00
133. Four roneo operators at P840 3,360.00
134. One messenger 720.00

Translating Division

135. One chief of division 4,800.00
136. One assistant chief of division 3,720.00
137. Two translators at P2,760 5,520.00
138. One translator 2,400.00
139. One clerk-translator 2,040.00
140. Two clerks at P960 1,920.00
141. Two clerks at P840 1,680.00
142. One clerk-messenger 720.00

Records Division

143. One chief of division 4,800.00
144. One assistant chief of division 2,940.00
145. One clerk 1,800.00
146. Three clerks at P1,320 3,960.00
147. Three clerks at P960 2,880.00
148. One messenger 720.00

Property Division

149. One chief of division 4,800.00
150. One assistant chief of division 2,580.00
151. One clerk 1,800.00
152. Two clerks at P1,680 3,360.00
153. One clerk 1,440.00
154. Four clerks at P1,200 4,800.00
155. One storekeeper 900.00
156. One messenger 720.00

Committee Stenographers Division

157. One chief of division 4,500.00
158. One assistant chief of division 3,120.00
159. One committee secretary 3,120.00
160. Eight stenographers at P2,400 19,200.00
161. Eleven stenographers at P1,800 19,800.00
162. One clerk 960.00
163. One messenger 720.00

Disbursement Division

164. One chief of division 5,100.00
165. One assistant 3,960.00
166. One assistant 3,120.00
167. Two clerks at P1,920 3,840.00
168. One clerk 1,680.00
169. One clerk 1,080.00
170. Four clerks at P960 3,840.00
171. Two messengers at P720 1,440.00

Personnel of the Building

172. One custodian of the building, with free furnished quarters, water and light while required to stay in the Legislative Building 1,800.00
173. Three telephone operators at P1,440 4,320.00
174. One telephone repairman 1,440.00
175. One mechanic 1,200.00
176. One carpenter 1,200.00
177. Three chauffeurs at P1,440 4,320.00
178. Seven watchmen at P720 5,040.00
179. Three porters at P720 2,160.00
180. One laborer-messenger 840.00
181. Thirty-one laborers at P720 22,320.00

Miscellaneous

182. For secretarial and clerical service to the Members of the House of Representatives at the rate of P3,000 per annum for each Member, the Member to fix and determine the number and compensation for the force required for such service, and whether part or full time, in Manila or outside: PROVIDED, That no member of said secretarial and clerical force shall be paid per diem and traveling expenses when leaving Manila or rendering service outside of the city 294,000.00
183. For other services, including transportation and additional secretarial services for the Members of the House of Representatives, or expenses incurred by direction of the Speaker 600,000.00
184. For supplementary force 50,000.00
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Total for salaries and wages P2,319,960.00
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II. — Sundry Expenses

1. Traveling expenses of Members, including the cost of transportation of their privately-owned automobiles which are to be used in connection with their attendance at the sessions P120,000.00
2. Traveling expenses of personnel, including those of the Constitutional Commissions, Committees and Members of the House of Representatives, when on authorized official travel, any provision of existing law to the contrary notwithstanding 8,000.00
3. Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 34,850.00
4. Illumination and power service 16,000.00
5. Consumption of supplies and materials, including the uniforms for pages, guards and chauffeurs 71,250.00
6. Printing and binding reports, documents, decisions of the Electoral Tribunal and publications 34,500.00
7. Maintenance and repair of equipment 3,000.00
8. For the expenses of the House of Representatives or by the Speaker thereof in connection with official receptions and entertainments 20,000.00
9. Compensation to families of deceased Members of the House of Representatives, Act No. 3799 14,400.00
10. Other services 25,000.00
11. For the purchase of reference books, periodicals, etc. 50,000.00
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Total for sundry expenses P397,000.00
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III. — Furniture and Equipment

1. For the purchase of furniture and equipment, including the purchase of motor vehicles P190,000.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P190,000.00
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IV. — Special Purposes

1. For traveling and other expenses of the Committees of the House of Representatives when authorized by the Speaker or by Resolution of the House to undertake studies in and outside of the Philippines P111,060.00
2. For the maintenance, alteration, repair and reconstruction of the building now being used by the House of Representatives 450,000.00
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Total for special purposes P561,060.00
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V. — Summary

Total for salaries and wages P2,319,960.00
Total for sundry expenses 397,000.00
Total for furniture and equipment 190,000.00
Total for special purposes 561,060.00
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Total amount available for the
House of Representatives P3,468,020.00
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VI. — Special Provisions

1. Any unexpended balance of the funds appropriated for the House of Representatives may be used to cover a deficit in any item of the appropriation for the said House and losses of the equipment through accident, fire or other calamity, including prior year’s expenses and losses.

2. Any Member of the House of Representatives may assign his salary for a period not exceeding one year at a time to any banking or loan institution doing business in the Philippines, including the compensation to his family in the event of death, and upon his assignment being duly registered with the chief of the accounting division of the House of Representatives, such officer shall issue treasury warrants from time to time as the salary or death compensation falls due directly in favor of the creditor banking or loan institution.

3. The Secretary of the House of Representatives shall receive the compensation herein fixed, the provisions of existing law notwithstanding.

4. The appropriations in items 3, 5, 6 and 10, under “Sundry Expenses,” and that for “Furniture and Equipment” may be expended, respectively, for postage on correspondence and telegram fees of the Members, including freight expenses and delivery service; for supplies and materials; for printing and binding reports, documents and publications; for subscription to periodicals; and for equipment including radio sets for their use which shall be considered expended upon issue thereof to them, the total amount not to exceed one thousand pesos (P1,000) per annum for each Member.

5. The Speaker of the House of Representatives is hereby authorized, within the limits of the appropriations authorized in this Order for the House of Representatives, to transfer items of appropriations, to abolish or consolidate items or positions, and to create new items or positions, as may be necessary to effect simplification, economy and efficiency in the service.

B. — OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

I. — Salaries and Wages

1. The President of the Philippines P30,000.00

The President’s Private Offices

(a) Private Secretaries

2. One Private Secretary to the President 9,000.00
3. One Legislative Secretary 8,400.00
4. One Press Secretary 8,400.00
5. One assistant private secretary 6,000.00
6. One assistant private secretary 5,100.00
7. One physician 3,600.00
8. Three assistants at P3,960 11,880.00
9. Two clerks at P2,760 5,520.00
10. One cable clerk 2,400.00
11. Two clerks at P1,920 3,840.00
12. One clerk 600.00

(b) Aides-de-Camp of the President

13. Additional compensation of P10 per diem to the aides-de-camp of the President, section 62 of the Administrative Code 10,980.00

(c) Provost Office

14. Additional compensation of P10 per diem to the aide-de-camp of the President acting as Provost Officer and Commandant, Malacañan Guard, section 62 of the Administrative Code 3,660.00
15. One watchman 960.00

(d) Malacañan Household

16. One chief and property custodian 5,400.00
17. One caretaker, Mansion House 3,720.00
18. Oils assistant and caretaker 2,760.00
19. One assistant 2,760.00
20. One assistant 1,920.00
21. One steward 1,800.00
22. One clerk 1,080.00
23. One cook 1,440.00
24. One seamstress 600.00
25. Two servants at P660 1,320.00
26. Two helpers at P600 1,200.00
27. Two laundresses at P600 1,200.00
28. Three janitors at P600 1,800.00
29. Miscellaneous and emergency employees and laborers 13,000.00
——————
150,340.00
30. Less — savings to be made (5,510.00)
——————
Total P144,830.00
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(1) Executive Office

1. One Executive Secretary, with the rank of Secretary of Department P12,000.00
2. Two Assistant Executive Secretaries at P9,000 18,000.00
3. One private secretary 5,100.00

Administrative Division

4. One administrative assistant 7,200.00
5. One assistant 5,100.00
6. One assistant 4,800.00
7. One assistant 4,500.00
8. One assistant 4,200.00
9. One assistant 3,960.00
10. One assistant 3,720.00
11. One stenographer 2,400.00
12. Three clerks at P2,940 8,820.00
13. One clerk 2,760.00
14. One clerk 1,440.00
15. One clerk 960.00
16. One clerk 660.00
17. One clerk 600.00
18. Two telephone operators at P1,200 2,400.00
19. One telephone operator 960.00
20. Five messengers at P600 3,000.00

Malacañan Clinic

21. One medical officer in-charge 4,200.00
22. One dentist 1,800.00
23. One chief nurse 1,560.00
24. Three staff nurses at P1,200 3,600.00
25. Two clinic attendants at P840 1,680.00
26. One clerk-messenger 720.00
27. One helper-janitor 720.00
28. Laundry allowance for four nurses in items 23 and 24 at P8 each per month 384.00

Finance Division

29. One financial assistant 7,200.00
30. One assistant 4,800.00
31. One assistant 4,200.00
32. One assistant 3,960.00
33. One property custodian 3,480.00
34. One disbursing and collecting officer 3,300.00
35. One clerk 2,400.00
36. One clerk 1,920.00
37. Two clerks at P1,800 3,600.00
38. One clerk 1,560.00
39. One clerk 1,080.00
40. One clerk 960.00
41. Three messengers at P600 1,800.00

Requisition Control Section

42. One assistant 4,800.00
43. Two inspectors at P2,940 5,880.00
44. One inspector 2,760.00
45. Two inspectors at P1,800 3,600.00
46. One clerk 1,800.00
47. One clerk 720.00
48. One clerk 600.00

Accounting Section

49. One accounting officer 4,800.00
50. One bookkeeper 1,920.00
51. One clerk 1,440.00
52. One clerk 1,320.00
53. One clerk 900.00
54. One clerk 840.00
55. Two clerks at P780 1,560.00
56. One clerk 600.00

Law Division

57. One law officer 7,200.00
58. One assistant 4,500.00
59. One assistant 4,200.00
60. One assistant 4,200.00
61. One assistant 3,120.00
62. One clerk 1,920.00
63. One clerk 1,560.00
64. One stenographer 1,440.00
65. One clerk 960.00
66. One clerk 720.00

General Affairs Division

67. One technical assistant and chief of division 7,200.00
68. One assistant 4,500.00
69. One assistant 4,200.00
70. One assistant 3,720.00
71. One assistant 3,120.00
72. Two assistants at P3,120 6,240.00
73. One stenographer 1,080.00
74. One clerk 2,160.00
75. One clerk 1,560.00
76. One clerk 1,080.00
77. One clerk 1,080.00
78. One clerk 780.00
79. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00

Library

80. One assistant 3,300.00
81. One clerk 1,560.00
82. One clerk 960.00
83. One clerk 600.00

Protocol Division

84. One protocol officer 6,000.00
85. One assistant 2,940.00
86. One clerk 2,940.00
87. One clerk 900.00

Buildings and Grounds Division

88. One superintendent (by detail)
89. One clerk      600.00
90. One head janitor-gardener  1,200.00
91. One janitor 780.00
92. Three janitors at P600             1,800.00
93. Two laborers at P600               1,200.00

Records Division

94. One chief of division 5,100.00
95. One assistant 2,760.00
96. One clerk 2,040.00
97. One clerk 1,800.00
98. One clerk 1,560.00
99. One clerk 1,560.00
100. One clerk 1,440.00
101. Two clerks at P1,320 2,640.00
102. Two clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
103. One clerk 1,080.00
104. One clerk 960.00
105. One clerk 900.00
106. One clerk 840.00
107. Two clerks at P840 1,680.00
108. Four clerks at P720 2,880.00
109. One clerk 660.00
110. Eight clerks at P600 4,800.00
111. One driver-messenger 1,080.04
112. Two messengers at P600 1,200.00
113. Miscellaneous and emergency employees and laborers 56,420.00
——————
367,964.00
114. Less — savings to be made (20,740.00)
——————
Total P347,224.00
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(a) Bureau of the Census and Statistics

Office of the Director

1. One Director P7,200.00
2. One Assistant Director 6,000.00

Records and General Service Section

3. One chief of section 2,400.00
4. One stenographer 1,560.00
5. One draftsman 840.00
6. One clerk 720.00
7. One clerk 660.00
8. Eight clerks at P600 4,800.00

Tabulation Section

9. One chief of section 1,440.00
10. One clerk 720.00
11. Nine clerks at P600 5,400.00

Accounting Section

12. One accounting officer 3,960.00
13. One clerk 1,080.00
14. One clerk 720.00
15. One clerk 600.00

Property and Disbursement Section

16. One disbursing and collecting officer and property custodian 2,400.00
17. One statistician 1,440.00
18. Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
19. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
20. One messenger 600.00
21. Three watchmen at P600 1,800.00
22. Three laborers at P600 1,800.00
23. One helper 600.00

Division of Demography

24. One chief of division 3,120.00
25. Two statisticians at P1,800 3,600.00
26. Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
27. One clerk 780.00
28. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
29. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00

Division of Agricultural Statistics

30. One chief of division 3,120.00
31. One crop forecaster 2,400.00
32. One statistician 1,920.00
33. One statistician 1,800.00
34. One clerk 1,200.00
35. Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
36. One clerk 660.00
37. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00

Division of Labor Statistics

38. One chief of division 4,800.00
39. Two statisticians at P1,800 3,600.00
40. Fifteen clerks at P600 9,000.00

Division of Business Statistics

41. One chief of division 3,960.00
42. One statistician 2,400.00
43. One statistician 1,440.00
44. One clerk 900.00
45. One clerk 780.00
46. One clerk 660.00
47. Six clerks at P600 3,600.00
48. One typist 600.00

Division of Foreign Trade Statistics

49. One chief of division 3,720.00
50. One statistician 1,320.00
51. One statistician 1,200.00
52. One clerk 1,080.00
53. One clerk 900.00
54. One clerk 840.00
55. One clerk 780.00
56. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
57. Six clerks at P600 3,600.00
——————
125,400.00
58. Less — savings to be made (6,620.00)
——————
Total P118,780.00
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(b) Bureau of Printing

For salaries and wages of the personnel of the Bureau of Printing employed throughout the year:
1. One Director P7,200.00
2. One Assistant Director 6,000.00

Layout Division

3. One superintendent of work and chief of division 5,100.00
4. One receiver of work and supervisor 4,800.00
5. One assistant 3,120.00
6. One layout and work order supervisor 2,580.00
7. Three computers and estimators at P2,160 6,480.00
8. One computer and proofreader 2,040.00
9. One work order writer and estimator 1,920.00
10. One work order writer and computer 1,560.00
11. One tracer and work order writer 1,440.00
12. One helper 1,080.00
13. One helper 960.00
14. One helper 840.00
15. One helper 660.00

Composing Division

16. One chief of division 4,800.00
17. One assistant 3,120.00
18. One supervisor of job and tabular work 2,760.00
19. Two typesetters at P2,580 5,160.00
20. Three typesetters at P2,280 6,840.00
21. Seven typesetters at P2,040 14,280.00
22. Ten typesetters at P1,920 19,200.00
23. Five typesetters at P1,800 9,000.00
24. Seventeen typesetters at P1,680 28,560.00
25. Nine typesetters at P1,560 14,040.00
26. Eight typesetters at P1,440 11,520.00
27. One typesetter 1,320.00
28. Fourteen typesetters at P1,200 16,800.00
29. Eight typesetters at P1,080 8,640.00
30. Eight typesetters at P960 7,680.00
31. Three typesetters at P900 2,700.00
32. One typesetter 840.00
33. One typesetter 720.00
34. One typesetter 660.00

Proof Section

35. One supervising copy editor and chief of section 3,480.00
36. One copy editor and Official Gazette supervisor 3,120.00
37. One press-proof reviser 2,400.00
38. One copy editor and proofreader 2,400.00
39. One proofreader 1,200.00
40. Two proofreaders at P1,080 2,160.00

Press Division

41. One chief of division 4,800.00
42. One assistant 3,120.00
43. One pressman 2,760.00
44. Two pressmen at P2,400 4,800.00
45. Four pressmen at P2,160 8,640.00
46. Five pressmen at P2,040 10,200.00
47. Seven pressmen at P1,920 13,440.00
48. One pressman 1,800.00
49. Three pressmen at P1,680 5,040.00
50. One pressman 1,440.00
51. Four pressmen at P1,320 5,280.00
52. Fourteen pressmen at P1,200 16,800.00
53. Five pressmen at P1,080 5,400.00
54. One pressman 960.00
55. Five pressmen at P960 4,800.00
56. Two pressmen at P900 1,800.00
57. Four pressmen at P840 3,360.00
58. Eleven pressmen at P720 7,920.00
59. Nine pressmen at P660 5,940.00
60. One helper 660.00

Bindery Division

61. One chief of division 4,800.00
62. One assistant 3,120.00
63. One binder 2,400.00
64. Two binders at P2,160 4,320.00
65. Three binders at P2,040 6,120.00
66. Four binders at P1,920 7,680.00
67. Three binders at P1,800 5,400.00
68. Seven binders at P1,680 11,760.00
69. Ten binders at P1,440 14,400.00
70. Seven binders at P1,320 9,240.00
71. Nine binders at P1,200 10,800.00
72. Nine binders at P1,080 9,720.00
73. Eighteen binders at P960 17,280.00
74. Four binders at P900 3,600.00
75. One binder 840.00
76. Four binders at P780 3,120.00
77. Thirteen binders at P720 9,360.00
78. Forty-three binders at P660 28,380.00

Photo-Engraving Division

79. One chief of division 4,800.00
80. One assistant 3,120.00
81. One designer and illustrator 2,280.00
82. Two photo-engravers at P2,280 4,560.00
83. One photo-engraver 2,160.00
84. One photo-engraver 2,040.00
85. Four photo-engravers at P1,920 7,680.00
86. One photo-engraver 1,440.00
87. Three photo-engravers at P1,080 3,240.00
88. One photo-engraver 960.00
89. Two photo-engravers at P900 1,800.00
90. One photo-engraver 840.00
91. One photo-engraver 780.00

Foundry and Delivery Division

92. One chief of division 4,800.00
93. One assistant 3,120.00
94. Two electrotypers at P2,160 4,320.00
95. One electrotyper 2,040.00
96. Two electrotypers at P1,920 3,840.00
97. One electrotyper 1,440.00
98. One electrotyper 1,200.00
99. Five electrotypers at P960 4,800.00
100. One electrotyper 900.00
101. One electrotyper 600.00
102. Two helpers at P960 1,920.00
103. One helper 900.00
104. Three helpers at P780 2,340.00
105. Three helpers at P720 2,160.00
106. Five helpers at P660 3,300.00
107. One driver 1,200.00

Power Plant Division

108. One chief of division 4,800.00
109. One assistant 3,120.00
110. One machinist 2,040.00
111. One mechanic 1,920.00
112. One mechanic 1,680.00
113. One mechanic 720.00
114. Two electricians at P1,920 3,840.00
115. One electrician 1,680.00
116. Two electricians at P1,320 2,640.00
117. One helper 1,080.00

Administrative Division

118. One chief of division 4,800.00
119. One disbursing and collecting officer 2,580.00
120. One clerk 2,400.00
121. One clerk 1,800.00
122. One clerk 1,680.00
123. One clerk 1,440.00
124. One clerk 1,320.00
125. Two clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
126. Two clerks at P960 1,920.00
127. Three clerks at P720 2,160.00
128. One helper 660.00

Stores Section

129. One clerk 2,400.00
130. Two binders at P1,440 2,880.00
131. One clerk 1,200.00
132. Two clerks at P960 1,920.00
133. One clerk 660.00
134. One helper 1,320.00
135. Two helpers at P1,080 2,160.00
136. Two helpers at P960 1,920.00
137. Three helpers at P900 2,700.00
138. One helper 840.00
139. One helper 780.00
140. Two helpers at P720 1,440.00
141. Nine helpers at P660 5,940.00

Building and Transportation Section

142. One overseer 2,160.00
143. Two watchmen at P1,080 2,160.00
144. One carpenter 780.00
145. Two helpers at P1,080 2,160.00
146. Four helpers at P960 3,840.00
147. One helper 840.00
148. Seven helpers at P780 5,460.00
149. Three helpers at P720 2,160.00
150. One janitor 720.00
151. Two janitors at P660 1,320.00

Accounting Division

152. One accounting officer 4,500.00
153. One clerk 2,040.00
154. One clerk 1,440.00
155. One clerk 1,200.00
156. One clerk 1,080.00
157. One clerk 960.00
158. One clerk 840.00
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Total amount available for the personnel of the Bureau of Printing employed throughout the year P661,560.00
Amount to be paid out of the Bureau of Printing Revolving Fund, Commonwealth Act No. 38 (P661,560.00)
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(c) Institute of Science

1. For per diems of the Chairman and eight members of the Board of Regents at the rate of P25 for every session actually attended P12,000.00
2. One Director 7,200.00

Administrative Division

3. One chief of division 3,960.00
4. One assistant chief of division 2,760.00
5. One disbursing and collecting officer 1,920.00

Property Section

6. One property officer 2,400.00
7. One clerk 1,800.00
8. One clerk 900.00
9. One clerk 780.00
10. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00

Accounting Section

11. Accounting officer (by detail)
12. One accountant 1,800.00
13. One clerk 1,080.00
14. One clerk 600.00

Records Section

15. One chief of section 1,920.00
16. One photographer 2,400.00
17. One clerk 1,200.00
18. One clerk 720.00
19. One clerk 600.00

Personnel and General Service Section

20. One personnel clerk 1,920.00
21. One clerk 1,440.00
22. One clerk 780.00
23. One clerk 660.00
24. One clerk 600.00
25. One janitor 660.00
26. One janitor-watchman 660.00
27. Three watchmen at P660 1,980.00
28. One plumber 600.00
29. One laborer 600.00
30. Eleven laborers at P600 6,600.00

Division of Tests and Standards

31. One chief of division 6,000.00
32. One scientist 3,720.00
33. Two scientists at P2,940 5,880.00
34. One assistant scientist 2,280.00
35. One assistant scientist 2,040.00
36. One junior scientist 1,800.00
37. Two junior scientists at P1,560 3,120.00
38. One junior scientist 1,440.00
39. One junior scientist 1,200.00
40. Two scientific aides at P1,200 2,400.00
41. Three scientific aides at P900 2,700.00
42. One scientific aide 780.00
43. Four scientific aides at P720 2,880.00
44. One preparator 660.00
45. Three helpers at P600 1,800.00
46. Four laborers at P600 2,400.00

Division of Chemical Research

47. One chief of division 6,000.00
48. One scientist 4,200.00
49. One scientist 2,940.00
50. One assistant scientist 2,280.00
51. One scientific aide 1,200.00
52. One scientific aide 1,080.00
53. One scientific aide 900.00
54. Five scientific aides at P720 3,600.00
55. Three laborers at P600 1,800.00

Division of Industrial Technology

56. One chief of division 5,100.00
57. One scientist 4,200.00
58. One assistant scientist 2,400.00
59. One junior scientist 1,800.00
60. One scientific aide 1,200.00
61. One scientific aide 900.00
62. One scientific aide 840.00
63. One scientific aide 720.00
64. One helper 600.00
65. Two laborers at P600 1,200.00

Division of Biological Research

66. One chief of division 5,400.00
67. One scientist 4,200.00
68. One junior scientist 1,800.00
69. One junior scientist 1,200.00
70. Two scientific aides at P900 1,800.00
71. Two scientific aides at P720 1,440.00
72. One laborer 600.00

Division of Engineering Research

73. One chief of division 6,000.00
74. One engineer 4,200.00
75. One assistant engineer 2,400.00
76. One engineering assistant 1,560.00
77. One engineering aide 1,200.00
73. One engineering aide 1,080.00
79. One engineering aide 960.00
80. One draftsman 1,080.00
81. One electrician 720.00
82. One mechanic 660.00
83 One mechanic 600.00
84. One oiler 660.00
85. Two oilers at P600 1,200.00
86. Three firemen at P600 1,800.00
87. One plumber 600.00
88. One foreman 900.00
89. One carpenter 720.00
90. One carpenter 660.00
91. Two carpenters at P600 1,200.00
92. Two laborers at P600 1,200.00

Division of Food Technology

93. One chief of division 5,100.00
94. One scientist 3,120.00
95. One Junior scientist 1,560.00
96. One scientific aide 1,080.00
97. Two scientific aides at P840 1,680.00

Scientific Library Division

98. One chief of division 4,800.00
99. One assistant librarian 2,400.00
100. One assistant librarian 1,920.00
101. Two assistant librarians at P1,680 3,360.00
102. Two assistant librarians at P1,080 2,160.00
103. One junior librarian 840.00
104. One junior librarian 780.00
105. One junior librarian 720.00
106. One clerk 900.00
107. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
108. One library helper 720.00
109. Two helpers at P660 1,320.00
110. Six helpers at P600 3,600.00
111. Ten laborers at P600 6,000.00

Miscellaneous

112. For temporary and emergency employees 4,790.00
113. For scientific research to be expended upon recommendation of the Board of Regents of the Institute of Science and approved by the President 100,000.00
–—————
339,690.00
114. Less — savings to be made (13,020.00)
–—————
Total P326,670.00
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(d) National Museum

1. One Director P 7,200.00
2. One scientist 5,400.00
3. One scientist 5,400.00
4. Two scientists at P5,400 10,800.00
5. One assistant scientist 3,720.00
6. One assistant scientist 3,300.00
7. One assistant scientist 3,120.00
8. One assistant scientist 2,760.00
9. One junior scientist 1,920.00
10. One junior scientist 1,800.00
11. One junior scientist 1,800.00
12. One junior scientist 1,560.00
13. One scientific aide 1,080.00
14. One scientific aide 1,080.00
15. One scientific aide 900.00
16. One scientific illustrator 720.00
17. One scientific illustrator 660.00
18. One scientific illustrator 600.00
19. One scientific illustrator 600.00
20. One scientific illustrator 600.00
21. One laboratory helper 660.00
22. One laboratory helper 600.00
23. One laboratory helper 600.00
24. Two laboratory helpers at P600 1,200.00
25. One laboratory helper 600.00
26. One laboratory helper 600.00
27. One museum helper 600.00
28. One museum helper 600.00
29. One clerk 1,440.00
30. One clerk 840.00
—————
62,760.00
31. Less — savings to be made (4,020.00)
—————
Total P58,740.00
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(e) Social Welfare Commission

Office of the Commissioner

1. One Commissioner of Social Welfare P7,200.00
2. One clerk-stenographer 1,200.00
3. One helper 600.00

Administrative Division

4. One chief of division 5,100.00
5. One disbursing and collecting officer and property custodian 2,940.00
Excess of actual salary 300.00
6. One chief of records section 1,560.00
7. One clerk 1,320.00
8. One clerk 1,200.00
9. One clerk 720.00
10. One clerk 660.00
11. One clerk 600.00
12. Two messengers at P600 1,200.00
13. Three helpers at P600 1,800.00
14. One guard 600.00
15. Two janitors at P600 1,200.00

Accounting Section

16. One accounting officer 3,960.00
17. One accountant 2,280.00
18. One clerk 900.00
19. One clerk 840.00
20. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
21. One clerk 660.00
22. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00

Division of Child Welfare

23. One chief of division 4,800.00
24. One social worker 1,800.00
25. Two social workers at P1,320 2,640.00
26. Two social workers at P1,080 2,160.00
27. One chief of section 2,940.00
28. One probation officer 2,040.00
29. Two probation officers at P1,440 2,880.00
30. One probation officer 1,200.00
31. One probation officer 1,080.00
32. One probation officer 900.00
33. One medical officer 1,440.00
34. Two nurses at P780 1,560.00
35. Two helpers at P600 1,200.00

Section of Institutions

(All with subsistence and quarters)

36. One medical officer 2,400.00
37. One medical officer 1,440.00
38. One chief nurse 1,320.00
39. Two nurses at P960 1,920.00
40. Two nurses at P900 1,800.00
41. Three nurses at P840 2,520.00
42. Two nurses at P780 1,560.00
43. Four nurses at P720 2,880.00
44. One supervisor 1,560.00
45. One psychologist 900.00
46. Two teachers at P720 1,440.00
47. Eight teachers at P600 4,800.00
48. Three teachers at P540 1,620.00
49. Two teachers at P480 960.00
50. One teacher (part time) 480.00
51. One dietitian 1,440.00
52. One dietitian 1,200.00
53. One matron 1,080.00
54. One matron 960.00
55. One matron 600.00
56. One social worker 1,200.00
57. One social worker 960.00
58. One social worker 900.00
59. Three clerks at P480 1,440.00
60. Three clerks at P360 1,080.00
61. One artist 1,800.00
62. One telephone operator 360.00
63. One driver 480.00
64. One driver 360.00
65. Four cottage managers at P480 1,920.00
66. One cottage manager 420.00
67. Thirteen cottage managers at P360 4,680.00
68. Seventeen caretakers at P360 6,120.00
69. Four guards at P360 1,440.00
70. One cook 480.00
71. One cook 420.00
72. Fifteen helpers at P360 5,400.00
73. Twenty-one hospital attendants at P360 7,560.00

Division of Public Assistance

74. One medical officer 2,940.00
75. One superintendent 2,940.00
76. One medical officer (part time) 1,320.00
77. One medical officer 1,560.00
78. One nurse-supervisor 1,440.00
79. One nurse 1,200.00
80. One social worker 960.00
81. One social worker 840.00
82. One clerk 600.00
83. For laundry allowance not to exceed P8 per month each which may be commuted when authorized by the Department Head, and for subsistence and quarters similarly commutable in the case of employees whose positions have been allowed such commutation prior to 1938: PROVIDED, That commutation for quarters shall be allowed only while government quarters are not available for the purpose 600.00
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151,020.00
84. Less — savings to be made (7,920.00)
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Total P143,100.00
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(f) National Urban Planning Commission

1. For per diems of the Chairman and members of the National Urban Planning Commission at the rate of P20 per meeting actually attended P4,800.00
2. One assistant to the Director on Urban Planning 7,200.00
3. One assistant to the Director on National Planning 5,100.00
4. One assistant to the Director on Regional Planning 5,100.00
5. One zoning administrator 6,000.00
6. One planner 5,100.00
7. One assistant planner 3,960.00
8. Three assistant planners at P3,960 11,880.00
9. One modeler 3,120.00
10. Two assistant planners at P3,120 6,240.00
11. One junior planner 2,400.00
12. Two junior planners at P3,120 6,240.00
13. One publicity officer and report writer 3,120.00
14. One assistant engineer 2,400.00
15. One secretary to the Commission 3,120.00
16. One chief clerk 3,120.00
17. One chief enumerator 1,920.00
18. Three enumerators at P960 2,880.00
19. One chief draftsman 2,400.00
20. Three draftsmen at P1,800 5,400.00
21. Twelve draftsmen at P1,440 17,280.00
22. One draftsman 1,200.00
23. One draftsman 960.00
24. One clerk-stenographer 2,400.00
25. One clerk-stenographer 1,440.00
26. One stenographer 1,440.00
27. One record clerk and librarian 1,440.00
28. One personnel clerk 1,440.00
29. One clerk-typist 960.00
30. One plan filer 960.00
31. One blueprinter and mimeographer 720.00
32. One janitor 720.00
33. One messenger-janitor 720.00
34. One messenger 600.00
35. For expenses of local planning boards for the cities of Cebu, Davao, Bacolod and other cities 25,000.00
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148,780.00
36. Less — savings to be made (10,580.00)
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Total P138,200.00
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(2) Budget Commission

1. One Commissioner of the Budget P12,000.00
2. One Deputy Commissioner of the Budget 9,000.00
3. One administrative officer and secretary of the Budget Commission (ex-officio chief of the Administrative Division) 6,000.00
4. One chief administration researcher 5,400.00
5. Two administration researchers at P5,100 10,200.00
6. One administration researcher 4,800.00
7. Two special assistants at P5,100 10,200.00
8. One private secretary 2,940.00
9. One special agent 1,800.00
10. One stenographer 1,440.00

Administrative Division

11. Chief of division, item 3.
12. One assistant 4,800.00
13. One assistant 4,500.00
14. One assistant 3,960.00
15. One cashier and property officer 2,040.00
16. One clerk 2,400.00
17. One clerk 1,920.00
18. One clerk 1,440.00
19. One clerk 1,320.00
20. One clerk 1,200.00
21. One clerk 1,080.00
22. One clerk 960.00
23. One clerk 600.00
24. Two stenographers at P960 1,920.00
25. One janitor 660.00
26. Two laborer-messengers at P600 1,200.00
27. Two janitors at P600 1,200.00
28. Two laborers at P600 1,200.00

Records Section

29. One clerk 1,800.00
30. One clerk 1,440.00
31. One clerk 1,200.00
32. Two clerks at P1,080 2,160.00
33. One clerk 840.00
34. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00

Budget Division

35. One chief of division 5,400.00
36. One assistant 5,100.00
37. One examiner 3,120.00
38. One examiner 2,760.00
39. Two examiners at P2,400 4,800.00
40. One clerk 2,160.00
41. Two clerks at P2,040 4,080.00
42. Two clerks at P1,920 3,840.00
43. Two clerks at P1,800 3,600.00
44. One clerk 1,680.00
45. One clerk 1,560.00
46. One clerk 1,200.00

Service Inspection Division

47. One chief of division 5,400.00
48. One inspector 4,800.00
49. Two inspectors at P4,500 9,000.00
50. One inspector 4,200.00
51. Five inspectors at P3,960 19,800.00
52. One examiner 3,480.00
53. One examiner 3,300.00
54. Two examiners at P2,400 4,800.00
55. Three clerks at P1,920 5,760.00
56. One clerk 1,560.00
57. One stenographer 1,440.00
58. One clerk 1,440.00
59. One clerk 1,080.00
60. Two clerks at P960 1,920.00
61. One clerk 840.00
62. One clerk 720.00
63. One clerk 600.00

Accounts and Expense Control Division

64. One chief of division 6,000.00
65. Two assistants at P5,100 10,200.00

Expense Control Service

66. One inspector 4,500.00
67. Two inspectors at P4,500 9,000.00
68. One inspector 3,960.00
69 Two inspectors at P3,960 7,920.00
70. One examiner 3,300.00
71. Two examiners at P3,120 6,240.00
72. One clerk 1,560.00
73. One clerk 1,200.00
74. One clerk 1,080.00
75. One stenographer 960.00

Accounting Supervisory Service

76. Three supervising accounting officers at P5,100 15,300.00
77. One supervising accounting officer 4,800.00
78. One clerk 1,200.00
79. One clerk 720.00

Fiscal Records

80. One supervising accounting officer 4,800.00
81. One examiner 2,400.00
82. One clerk 960.00
83. One clerk 600.00

Accounting Section

84. One accountant 2,400.00
85. One clerk 1,560.00
86. One clerk 960.00
87. One clerk 600.00
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306,720.00
88. Less — savings to be made (14,620.00)
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Total P292,100.00
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(3) Bureau of Civil Service

1. One Commissioner of Civil Service P9,000.00
2. One Deputy Commissioner of Civil Service 7,200.00

Administrative Division

3. One chief of division 5,100.00
4. One assistant chief of division and disbursing and collecting officer 4,200.00
5. One clerk 2,400.00
6. Three clerks at P2,040 6,120.00
7. One clerk 1,920.00
8. One clerk 1,680.00
9. Two clerks at P1,560 3,120.00
10. Two clerks at P1,440 2,880.00
11. One clerk 1,320.00
12. One clerk 1,080.00
13. Three clerks at P960 2,880.00
14. One clerk 840.00
15. Six clerks at P720 4,320.00
16. Ten clerks at P600 6,000.00
17. Two messengers at P600 1,200.00
18. One janitor 720.00
19. Two watchmen at P600 1,200.00
20. Two helpers at P600 1,200.00

Accounting Section

21. Accounting officer (by detail).
22. One accountant 2,400.00
23. One clerk 960.00

Examining Division

24. One chief examiner 5,100.00
25. One assistant chief examiner 4,200.00
26. One confidential examiner 3,300.00
27. One confidential examiner 3,120.00
28. One field examiner 3,300.00
29. One supervising examiner 3,300.00
30. One supervising examiner 3,120.00
31. One supervising examiner 2,580.00
32. One researcher 2,940.00
33. One examiner 2,580.00
34. One examiner 2,400.00
35. One examiner 1,800.00
36. One examiner 1,680.00
37. Two examiners at P1,560 3,120.00
38. Seven examiners at P1,440 10,080.00
39. Two junior examiners at P1,440 2,880.00
40. One junior examiner 1,200.00
41. Four junior examiners at P1,080 4,320.00
42. One junior examiner 900.00
43. Three junior examiners at P840 2,520.00
44. Special examiners 1,800.00
45. One record clerk 1,560.00
46. One clerk 900.00
47. One clerk-stenographer 840.00
48. One clerk 780.00
49. Seventeen clerks at P720 12,240.00
50. Two messengers at P600 1,200.00
51. One helper 600.00

Investigation and Law Division

52. One chief of division 5,100.00
53. One assistant chief of division 4,200.00
54. One service examiner 3,480.00
55. Four attorneys at P3,300 13,200.00
56. Four attorneys at P3,120 12,480.00
57. One attorney 2,400.00
58. Three attorneys at P1,920 5,760.00
59. One stenographer 2,040.00
60. One stenographer 1,800.00
61. One clerk-stenographer 1,680.00
62. Three clerk-stenographers at P1,560 4,680.00
63. Three clerk-stenographers at P960 2,880.00
64. One clerk-stenographer 840.00
65. One clerk 1,680.00
66. Three clerks at P1,440 4,320.00
67. One clerk 1,200.00
68. One clerk 1,080.00
69. Three clerks at P960 2,880.00
70. Four clerks at P720 2,880.00
71. One messenger-clerk 600.00
72. One helper 600.00

Personnel Classification and Appointments Division

73. One chief of division 6,000.00
74. One assistant chief of division 4,200.00
75. One assistant 3,120.00
76. Three examiners at P2,400 7,200.00
77. One examiner 2,280.00
78. Two examiners at P1,920 3,840.00
79. Four clerks at P1,440 5,760.00
80. One clerk-stenographer 1,440.00
81. One clerk 1,200.00
82. Seven clerks at P960 6,720.00
83. One clerk 780.00
84. Eleven clerks at P720 7,920.00
85. Five clerks at P600 3,000.00
86. One janitor 600.00
——————
281,940.00
87. Less — savings to be made (19,370.00)
——————
Total P262,570.00
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Total for salaries and wages P1,832,214.00
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II. — Sundry Expenses

1. Traveling expenses of personnel P 68,850.00
2. Freight, express and delivery service 2,490.00
3. Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 53,130.00
4. Illumination and power service 28,270.00
5. Rental of buildings and grounds 27,710.00
6. Consumption of supplies and materials 267,256.00
7. Printing and binding reports, documents and publications 36,100.00
8. Contributions and gratuities 1,350.00
9. Traveling expenses of persons not government employees 800.00
10. Maintenance and repair of equipment 13,720.00
11. Other services, including rental of electric tabulating equipment not to exceed P7,650, and subscriptions to periodicals 59,260.00
–—————
Total for sundry expenses P558,936.00
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III. — Furniture and Equipment

1. For the purchase of furniture and equipment 39,300.00
–————
Total for furniture and equipment 39,300.00
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IV. — Special and General Purposes

1. For traveling expenses of the President or personnel of his office on official trips outside of the Philippines P100,000.00
2. For a fund to be expended in the discretion of the President 100,000.00
3. For cultural publicity, including participation of the Republic of the Philippines in expositions and fairs 60,000.00
4. For salaries and other expenses of expert and technical personnel whom the President may employ by contract or otherwise, including the employment of personnel who may be assigned to duty as representatives of the Republic of the Philippines abroad to handle negotiations or maintain business dealings with, or be members of, American or international financial, judicial, administrative, relief and rehabilitation bodies or organizations 800,000.00
5. For salaries and allowances, transportation and other expenses of pensionados in the United States 60,000.00
6. For the payment of the claim of American attorneys for services rendered to the former Office of the President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines and the Office of the Resident Commissioner of the Philippines to the United States 150,000.00
7. For the operation and maintenance of the National Economic Council, including expenses in connection with economic planning as may be authorized by the President 200,000.00
8. For expenses of the Civil Service Board of Appeals 1,495.00

Salary

(a) One clerk-secretary P1,200.00
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Total for salary P1,200.00
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Sundry Expenses

(b) Traveling expenses of personnel P50.00
(c) Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 50.00
(d) Consumption of supplies and materials 95.00
(e) Traveling expenses of persons not government employees 50.00
(f) Other services 50.00
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Total for sundry expenses P295.00
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9. For pension for Doña Aurora Aragon de Quezon, Commonwealth Act No. 693 12,000.00
10. For the payment of pensions to veterans of past Philippine revolutions or wars in accordance with the provisions of Commonwealth Act No. 605, including the operating expenses of the Board on Pensions or Veterans 300,000.00

Salaries and Wages

(a) Per diems of two members of the Board at P10 each per meeting P1,080.00

Office of the Secretary and Executive Officer

(b) One secretary and executive officer 5,100.00
(c) One agent 1,920.00
(d) Two special agents at P960 1,920.00
(e) One clerk 1,320.00
(f) One stenographer 1,440.00
(g) One messenger 720.00

Administrative Division

(h) One chief clerk 3,120.00
(i) One clerk 2,400.00
(j) One stenographer 1,440.00
(k) One classifier 1,440.00
(l) One disbursing and collecting officer and property custodian 1,440.00
(m) One clerk 1,440.00
(n) Two clerks at P960 1,920.00
(o) One clerk 720.00
(p) One janitor 720.00
(q) One helper 720.00
(r) One helper 600.00
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Total for salaries and wages P29,460.00
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Sundry Expenses

(s) Traveling expenses of personnel P2,000.00
(t) Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 2,000.00
(u) Illumination and power service 400.00
(v) Consumption of supplies and materials 3,700.00
(w) Maintenance and repair of equipment 300.00
(x) Printing and binding reports, documents and publications 300.00
(y) Other services 200.00
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Total for sundry expenses P8,900.00
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Furniture and Equipment

(z) For the purchase of furniture and equipment P1,500.00
–————
Total for furniture and equipment P1,500.00
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Special Expense

(a-1) Payment of pensions to veterans of past Philippine revolutions or wars P260,140.00
–—————
Total for special expense P260,140.00
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11. For expenses of investigating committees or commissions as the President may authorize 100,000.00
12. For the necessary expenses of the Boards of Examiners 76,115.00
To be paid out of the receipts of the Boards (74,115.00)

Salaries and Wages

(a) Fees for the chairmen and members of the Boards of Medical, Pharmaceutical, Dental, Optical and Nurse Examiners; Boards of Marine Examiners; Board of Examiners for Surveyors; Boards of Examiners for Engineers and Architects; Veterinary Examining Board; and Board of Accountancy, at P5 per board chairman or member for each candidate examined or registered without examination; P3 for each candidate for certified plant mechanic or master electrician; P2 for each candidate in preliminary or final physician examination; and P2 for each candidate for midwife: PROVIDED, That, any provision of existing law to the contrary notwithstanding, only the examination fees collected by the said boards shall be available for the payment of fees to the members thereof: PROVIDED, FURTHER, That in case of deficit in this item, the same may be covered by paying the chairmen and members thereof from the unexpended balance of the fees collected by the boards P52,820.00
(b) One secretary 4,200.00
(c) One assistant secretary 2,940.00
(d) One stenographer 1,920.00
(e) One clerk 1,440.00
(f) Two clerks at P1,080 2,160.00
(g) One clerk 780.00
(h) Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
(i) Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
(j) One messenger 600.00
—————
Total for salaries and wages P70,100.00

Sundry Expenses

(k) Traveling expenses of personnel P2,100.00
(l) Freight, express and delivery service 40.00
(m) Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 310.00
(n) Consumption of supplies and materials 1,765.00
(o) Printing and binding reports, documents and publications and for press release of notices 610.00
(p) Maintenance and repair of equipment 50.00
(q) Other services 140.00
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Total for sundry expenses P5,015.00
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Furniture and Equipment

(r) For the purchase of furniture and equipment P1,000.00
—————
Total for furniture and equipment P1,000.00
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13. For the organization and maintenance of a Bureau of Information at Washington, D.C. 300,000.00
14. For the purchase of museum specimens, famous Filipino paintings, sculptures and other objects of history 3,563.00
15. For the care, maintenance, instruction, reformation and custody of neglected and delinquent children in accordance with the provisions of Act No. 3203, as amended 192,905.00
To be paid out of the receipts under section 6 of Act No. 3203, as amended, any provisions of existing law to the contrary notwithstanding (192,905.00)

Salaries and Wages

(All with subsistence and quarters)

(a) One chief, Welfareville Institution P5,100.00
(b) One chief clerk 2,040.00
(c) One property clerk 1,440.00
(d) One clerk 960.00
(e) One clerk 900.00
(f) One clerk 720.00
(g) Two clerks at P480 960.00
(h) One medical supervisor 2,940.00
(i) One medical officer 2,400.00
(j) One supervising dentist 3,480.00
(k) One dentist 1,200.00
(l) One nurse-supervisor 1,320.00
(m) One nurse 1,080.00
(n) One nurse 960.00
(o) Two nurses at P900 1,800.00
(p) One psychiatrist (part time) 1,440.00
(q) One psychologist 1,320.00
(r) One pharmacist 1,200.00
(s) One supervising field agent 1,920.00
(t) One social worker 1,680.00
(u) One social worker 1,440.00
(v) One recreation and physical director 1,560.00
(w) One teacher 1,080.00
(x) Four teachers at P960 3,840.00
(y) Two teachers at P720 1,440.00
(z) One teacher 660.00
(a-1) One trade instructor 1,560.00
(b-1) One trade instructor 1,200.00
(c-1) One trade instructor 1,080.00
(d-1) One supervisor of buildings and grounds 1,320.00
(e-1) One foreman 1,080.00
(f-1) One mechanic 900.00
(g-1) One matron 960.00
(h-1) One cottage supervisor 900.00
(i-1) Five caretakers of children at P660 3,300.00
(j-1) One caretaker of children 600.00
(k-1) One caretaker of children 540.00
(l-1) Thirteen caretakers of children at P480 6,240.00
(m-1) Twelve caretakers of children at P420 5,040.00
(n-1) Ten caretakers of children at P360 3,600.00
(o-1) One guard 540.00
(p-1) Two guards at P480 960.00
(q-1) One guard 420.00
(r-1) Seven guards at P360 2,520.00
(s-1) One telephone operator 360.00
(t-1) Five helpers at P360 1,800.00
(u-1) For temporary and emergency employees and laborers 1,000.00

Accounting Section

(v-1) One clerk 720.00
—————
81,520.00
(w-1) Less — savings to be made (4,130.00
—————
Total for salaries and wages P77,390.00
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Sundry Expenses

(x-1) Traveling expenses of personnel P1,400.00
(y-1) Freight, express and delivery service 100.00
(z-1) Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 1,800.00
(a-2) Illumination and power service 3,000.00
(b-2) Consumption of supplies and materials, including the expenses for the annual Christmas festival in Welfareville not to exceed P1,000 99,845.00
(c-2) Printing and binding reports, documents and publications 90.00
(d-2) Contributions and gratuities 1,400.00
(e-2) Traveling expenses of persons not government employees 600.00
(f-2) Maintenance and repair of equipment 700.00
(g-2) Other services 4,000.00
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112,935.00
(h-2) Less — savings to be made (4,130.00)
——————
Total for sundry expenses P108,805.00
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Furniture and Equipment

(i-2) For the purchase of furniture and equipment P1,710.00
—————
Total for furniture and equipment P1,710.00
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Special Expenses  
(j-2) Construction, maintenance, alteration and repair of buildings, parks and roads in Welfareville P5,000.00
—————
Total for special expenses P5,000.00
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16. For relief and rehabilitation of indigent widows, orphans, invalids and other indigent war victims who are not entitled to the benefits provided by existing laws, and for immediate relief to indigent widows and orphans of members of the USAFFE, volunteer guards and members of “bolo” battalions of duly recognized guerrillas and of unrecognized guerrillas killed by the Japanese for guerrilla activities until the United States Veterans’ Administration should begin payment of their claims or allowances in which case they shall refund the amount of relief they may have received from the proceeds of their claims against the United States Veterans’ Administration: PROVIDED, That not more than P100,000 hereof shall be used for salaries and wages of new or additional social workers and other employees: AND PROVIDED, FURTHER, That the disposition of this appropriation shall be in accordance with rules and regulations approved by the President 700,000.00
17. For the purchase of printing machinery and equipment to replace those destroyed during the war 250,000.00
18. For the operation and maintenance of an Institute of Nutrition 30,000.00
19. For the expenses of the National Commission on Educational, Scientific and Cultural Matters 130,410.00

Salaries and Wages

(a) Per diems of members of the Commission who are not government officials at P20 per meeting actually attended P 5,000.00
(b) One Chairman 12,000.00
(c) One Executive Officer 7,200.00
(d) One technical assistant 5,100.00
(e) One chief clerk and property officer 3,120.00
(f) One stenographer 1,680.00
(g) One action clerk 1,800.00
(h) One stenographer 1,440.00
(i) One stenographer 1,320.00
(j) One laborer-messenger 720.00
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Total for salaries and wages P39,380.00
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Sundry Expenses

(k) Traveling expenses of personnel P 3,000.00
(l) Freight, express and delivery service 3,000.00
(m) Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 1,500.00
(n) Illumination and power service 1,000.00
(o) Consumption of supplies and materials 3,000.00
(p) Printing and binding reports, documents and publications 2,500.00
(q) Other services 900.00
(r) Contribution to the Government Service Insurance System 1,700.00
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Total for sundry expenses P16,600.00
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Furniture and Equipment

(s) For the purchase of furniture and equipment P10,000.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P10,000.00
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Special Expenses

(t) For contingent and other miscellaneous expenses P64,430.00
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Total for special expenses P64,430.00
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Total for special and general purposes P3,299,468.00
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V. — Summary

Total for salaries and wages P1,832,214.00
Total for sundry expenses 558,936.00
Total for furniture and equipment 39,300.00
Total for special and general purposes 3,299,468.00
Less — savings to be made (100,430.00)
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Total amount available for the Office of the President P5,629,488.00
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VI. — Special Provisions

1. Any deficit in the appropriations for the Office of the President of the Philippines may be covered from any unexpended balance of any other appropriation provided in this Order for the Executive Departments, but the total amount to be used for covering such deficits during the year shall not exceed P500,000.

2. The President is hereby authorized to grant furnished or unfurnished quarters in kind in any government or rented building under the jurisdiction of the Office of the President to the superintendent of the Malacañan buildings and grounds and to any employee of the Malacañan Household whom he may require to live in said building for the better performance of his duties. Likewise, the Executive Secretary is hereby authorized to grant, free of charge, quarters in kind in government-owned buildings to clerks and other employees assigned to dormitory duty, hospitals, training schools and other similar institutions in isolated places operated by the Social Welfare Commission.

C. — OFFICE OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT

I. — Salaries and Wages

1. The Vice-President of the Philippines P15,000.00
2. One secretary to the Vice-President 8,400.00
3. One technical assistant 7,200.00
4. One private secretary 6,000.00
5. One assistant private secretary 3,720.00
6. One clerk 2,400.00
7. One clerk 1,800.00
8. One messenger 720.00
—————
45,240.00
9. Less — savings to be made (4,560.00)
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Total amount available for the Office of the Vice-President P40,680.00
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D. — DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

I. — Salaries and Wages

Office of the Secretary

1. One Secretary of Department P12,000.00
2. One aide and press officer 7,200.00
3. One private secretary 5,100.00
4. One confidential secretary 1,800.00
5. One assistant 3,960.00
6. One assistant 3,720.00
7. One stenographer 2,400.00
8. One agent 2,400.00
9. One agent and driver 1,800.00
10. One messenger 720.00

Office of the Undersecretary

11. One Undersecretary of Department 9,000.00
12. One researcher 4,200.00
13. One stenographer 3,120.00
14. One stenographer 1,920.00

Board of Foreign Affairs Service

Personnel, Examinations and Review

15. Secretary of the Board (by detail).
16 One stenographer 1,920.00

Division of Protocol

17. One chief of division 6,000.00
18. One assistant 3,960.00
19. One assistant 3,120.00
20. One stenographer 1,920.00

Office of Political and Economic Affairs

21. One counselor 8,400.00
22. One stenographer 1,920.00

Division of American Affairs

23. One chief of division 6,000.00
24. One assistant 5,100.00
25. One drafting and research officer 4,500.00
26. One assistant 4,200.00
27. One assistant 3,120.00
28. Two stenographers at P1,920 3,840.00

Division of European and African Affairs

29. One chief of division 6,000.00
30. One assistant 5,100.00
31. One drafting and research officer 4,500.00
32. One assistant 3,120.00
33. One stenographer 1,920.00

Division of Asian and Pacific Affairs

34. One chief of division 6,000.00
35. One assistant 5,100.00
36. One drafting and research officer 4,500.00
37. One assistant 3,120.00
38. One stenographer 1,920.00

Division of United Nations Affairs and International Conferences

39. One chief of division 6,000.00
40. One assistant 4,800.00
41. One chief of section 4,200.00
42. One assistant 4,200.00
43. One assistant 3,120.00
44. One stenographer 1,920.00

Division of International Information and Cultural Activities

45. One chief of division 6,000.00
46. One assistant 5,100.00
47. One assistant 4,200.00
48. Two assistants at P3,960 7,920.00
49. Two assistants at P3,120 6,240.00
50. One stenographer 1,920.00
51. One clerk 1,440.00

Division of Commercial and Monetary Policy and Trade Promotion

52. One chief of division 6,000.00
53. One assistant 5,100.00
54. Three assistants at P3,960 11,880.00
55. Four assistants at P3,120 12,480.00
56. One stenographer 2,400.00
57. Two stenographers at P1,920 3,840.00

Office of Legal Affairs, Treaties, Intelligence and Research

58. One counselor (attorney) 8,400.00
59. Two attorneys at P6,000 12,000.00
60. One attorney 5,100.00
61. One attorney 4,200.00
62. Three attorneys at P3,960 11,880.00
63. One drafting and research officer 4,500.00
64. One librarian 2,400.00
65. One assistant 2,400.00
66. Two stenographers at P1,920 3,840.00
67. One stenographer 1,440.00

Office of Administration, Budget and Controls

68. One counselor 8,400.00
69. One stenographer 1,920.00

Division of Visas, Passports and Immigration

70. One chief of division 6,000.00
71. One assistant 5,100.00
72. Three assistants at P3,960 11,880.00
73. One assistant 3,120.00
74. One assistant 2,400.00
75. Two stenographers at P1,920 3,840.00
76. One clerk 1,920.00
77. One clerk 1,440.00
78. Three clerks at P960 2,880.00

Division of Invoice, Shipping and Miscellaneous Services

79. One chief of division 6,000.00
80. One assistant 3,120.00
81. One stenographer 1,920.00
82. One clerk 1,440.00

Division of Administration and Personnel

83. One chief of division 5,100.00
84. One assistant 5,100.00
85. One assistant 4,200.00
86. Two assistants at P3,960 7,920.00
87. One assistant (chief of cash section) 3,960.00
88. One assistant 3,120.00
89. One property officer 1,920.00
90. One stenographer 2,400.00
91. Three stenographers at P1,920 5,760.00
92. One clerk 1,920.00
93. Two clerks at P960 1,920.00
94. One multilith operator 1,440.00
95. Seven helpers at P720 5,040.00
96. Two watchmen at P960 1,920.00
97. One gardener 720.00
98. Three janitors at P720 2,160.00

Division of Communications, Cryptography, Files and Records

99. Chief of division (by detail).
100. One cryptographic expert 4,200.00
101. One chief of records 3,960.00
102. One assistant (codes) 3,120.00
103. One clerk 2,400.00
104. Two clerks at P1,440 2,880.00
105. One clerk 720.00
106. One briefer-filer 1,440.00
107. Two messengers at P720 1,440.00
108. Four helpers at P720 2,880.00

Division of Accounts

109. One chief of division 4,800.00
110. One examiner 3,120.00
111. One statistician 3,120.00
112. One stenographer 1,920.00
113. One clerk 1,920.00
114. One clerk 1,440.00
115. One clerk 720.00

Accounting Section

116. Accounting officer (by detail).
117. One accountant 1,920.00
118. One clerk 960.00
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468,480.00
119. Less — savings to be made (5,660.00)
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Total for salaries and wages P462,820.00
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II. — Sundry Expenses

1. Traveling expenses of personnel P 20,000.00
2. Freight, express and delivery service 10,000.00
3. Postal, telegraph, telephone, radio and cable service 50,000.00
4. Illumination and power service 4,000.00
5. Consumption of supplies and materials 25,000.00
6. Printing and binding reports, documents and publications 10,000.00
7. Maintenance and repair of equipment 5,000.00
8. Traveling expenses of persons not government employees 3,000.00
9. Other services, including subscriptions to periodicals, publications, annuals and yearbooks and for entertainment and other expenses, particularly in connection with reception and other state functions in honor of Philippine diplomatic, consular and other ranking officials and for receiving the official calls of representatives of foreign states accredited to the Philippines 50,000.00
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Total for sundry expenses P177,000.00
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III. — Furniture and Equipment

1. For the purchase of furniture and equipment P60,000.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P60,000.00
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IV. — Special Purposes

1. For salaries and other expenses of advisers and consultants in foreign service P30,000.00
2. For cultural publicity and information service, including necessary expenses in connection with participation in fairs, exhibits and expositions and the editing, printing and publication of bulletins 30,000.00
3. For reimbursement to the government of any state for expenses incurred in representation of the interests of the Republic of the Philippines in any country where the Philippines has not opened its corresponding diplomatic or consular establishments 50,000.00
4. Contributions to, or membership dues in, the United Nations and its various subsidiary organizations, as well as other foreign services and international organizations, including prior year’s expenses 500,000.00
5. For all necessary expenses in connection with extradition and repatriation cases, including relief and financial aid to indigent Philippine citizens in foreign countries 20,000.00
6. For a fund to be expended by the Secretary of Foreign Affairs, including representation and other expenses in connection with the quartering, accommodation and entertainment of foreign delegations, dignitaries and diplomatic representatives 25,000.00
7. For per diems of members of the Board of Foreign Affairs Service Personnel, Examinations and Review who are not government employees, as created in section 20 of Executive Order No. 18, at rates to be fixed by the President 4,800.00
8. For the operation and maintenance of the Foreign Service of the Republic of the Philippines 4,446,300.00

Salaries and Wages

(a) Philippine Embassy, Washington, D.C.

The Ambassador

(1) The Ambassador, Class I post P24,000.00

Diplomatic Staff

(2) One foreign affairs officer, Class I 10,000.00
(3) Two foreign affairs officers, Class II, at P7,500 15,000.00
(4) Two foreign affairs officers, Class II, at P7,000 14,000.00
(5) Two foreign affairs officers, Class III, at P6,000 12,000.00
(6) One foreign affairs officer, Class III 5,500.00
(7) One foreign affairs officer, Class IV 4,500.00

Attaches and Advisers

(8) One military attache (by detail).
(9) Two assistant military attaches (by detail).
(10) One commercial attache, with rank of foreign affairs officer, Class II 7,500.00
(11) One assistant commercial attache, with rank of foreign affairs officer, Class III 5,500.00
(12) One financial attache, with rank of foreign affairs officer, Class II 7,500.00
(13) One agricultural attache, with rank of foreign affairs officer, Class II, (by detail).
(14) One public relations attache, with rank of foreign affairs officer, Class II, (by detail).

Technical and Clerical Personnel

(15) Four technical assistants at P11,000 44,000.00
(16) One technical assistant 9,600.00
(17) One cashier and disbursing agent 9,600.00
(18) One chief of records 9,600.00
(19) One administrative assistant 7,200.00
(20) One assistant accountant 7,200.00
(21) One librarian 7,200.00
(22) One property clerk 7,200.00
(23) One clerk-stenographer 7,200.00
(24) One social secretary 6,400.00
(25) One bookkeeper 6,400.00
(26) One clerk-stenographer 6,400.00
(27) One code and communications clerk 6,000.00
(28) One press relations assistant 6,600.00
(29) One press relations assistant 6,000.00
(30) Two assistants at P6,000 12,000.00
(31) Three clerk-stenographers at P6,000 18,000.00
(32) Two clerk-stenographers at P5,400 10,800.00
(33) One accounts clerk 6,000.00
(34) One accounts clerk 5,400.00
(35) Two accounts clerks at P4,800 9,600.00
(36) Five clerk-stenographers at P4,800 24,000.00
(37) Three stenographers at P4,800 14,400.00
(38) One mail clerk 4,800.00
(39) Two clerks at P4,800 9,600.00

Miscellaneous and Emergency Employees

(40) One clerk-chauffeur 5,400.00
(41) One clerk-stenographer 4,200.00
(42) One telephone operator 4,200.00
(43) One receptionist-typist 4,200.00
(44) One clerk 3,600.00
(45) One file clerk 3,600.00
(46) Two typists at P3,600 7,200.00
(47) One caretaker 3,840.00
(48) One messenger 3,840.00
(49) One messenger 3,600.00
(50) One messenger 3,360.00
(51) One chauffeur 3,600.00
(52) For other miscellaneous and necessary employees 8,000.00
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Total for the Philippine Embassy in Washington, D.C. P425,340.00
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(b) Office of the Permanent Representative of the Republic
of the Philippines to the United Nations

The Permanent Representative

(1) The permanent Philippine representative to the United Nations, with the rank of ambassador, Class I post P24,000.00

Attaches and Advisers

(2) One military attache (by detail).
(3) One assistant military attache (by detail)
(4) One executive secretary, with rank of foreign affairs officer, Class II 8,000.00
(5) One technical assistant, with rank of foreign affairs officer, Class II 7,500.00
(6) One law officer, with rank of foreign affairs officer, Class II 7,500.00
(7) One administrative assistant, with rank of foreign affairs officer, Class II 6,500.00

Technical and Clerical Personnel Office in New York

(8) One technical assistant 12,000.00
(9) Two technical assistants at P7,200 14,400.00
(10) One technical assistant (Code) 7,200.00
(11) One administrative assistant 9,600.00
(12) One assistant 8,400.00
(13) One public relations assistant 8,400.00
(14) One private secretary 8,400.00
(15) One secretary 6,000.00
(16) Two secretaries (stenographers) at P5,100 10,200.00
(17) One secretary (accounts clerk) 5,100.00
(18) One clerk 6,000.00
(19) One clerk 4,800.00

Office in Washington

(Far Eastern Commission)

(20) One secretary and records assistant 7,200.00
(21) One administrative clerk 6,000.00
(22) One clerk-stenographer 4,800.00

Miscellaneous and Emergency Employees

(23) Two temporary stenographers at P4,800 9,600.00
(24) One caretaker-messenger 4,200.00
(25) One receptionist, switchboard operator and mail clerk 3,600.00
(26) One chauffeur 3,600.00
(27) For other miscellaneous employees, including those employed by the week 9,000.00
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Total for the Office of the Permanent Philippine Representative to the United Nations P202,000.00
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(c) Philippine Consulate General, New York City

Consular Staff

(1) One foreign affairs officer, Class I P10,000.00
(2) One foreign affairs officer, Class II 7,500.00
(3) Two foreign affairs officers, Class IV, at P4,500 9,000.00

Technical and Clerical Personnel

(4) One trade assistant 9,600.00
(5) One executive assistant 8,400.00
(6) One private secretary 7,200.00
(7) One assistant secretary 4,320.00
(8) Two technical assistants at P6,000 12,000.00
(9) One assistant (Code) 5,100.00
(10) One cashier, property and disbursing officer 6,000.00
(11) Two clerks at P4,800 9,600.00
(12) One stenographer 3,600.00
(13) One bookkeeper 3,600.00
(14) Two clerk-messengers at P3,600 7,200.00

Miscellaneous and Emergency Employees

(15) One chauffeur 4,200.00
(16) For the employment of temporary employees, including janitors, caretakers, firemen, carpenters, gardeners, watchmen and such emergency employees as may be necessary for periods not in excess of six months 7,800.00
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Total for the New York Consulate General P115,120.00
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(d) Philippine Consulate General, San Francisco

(With Vice Consulate in Los Angeles)

Consular Staff

(1) One foreign affairs officer, Class I P10,000.00
(2) One foreign affairs officer, Class II 7,500.00
(3) One foreign affairs officer, Class III 5,500.00
(4) Two foreign affairs officers, Class III, at P5,000 10,000.00
(5) One foreign affairs officer, Class IV 4,500.00

Technical and Clerical Personnel

(6) One executive assistant 8,400.00
(7) One private secretary and press assistant 7,200.00
(8) Three technical assistants at P7,200 21,600.00
(9) One administrative assistant 7,200.00
(10) One cashier, property and disbursing officer 6,000.00
(11) One senior assistant 5,400.00
(12) One assistant (Code) 5,100.00
(13) One assistant (special collecting officer) 5,100.00
(14) One trade assistant 5,100.00
(15) Two assistants at P4,800 9,600.00
(16) Two stenographers at P4,800 9,600.00
(17) One clerk-stenographer 4,800.00
(18) One clerk-stenographer 4,200.00
(19) One clerk 3,840.00
(20) Three clerks at P3,600 10,800.00

Miscellaneous and Emergency Employees

(21) One clerk 3,600.00
(22) One clerk-messenger 3,600.00
(23) One chauffeur 3,600.00
(24) For janitor-messenger and other miscellaneous employees to be employed for limited periods 9,200.00
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Total for the San Francisco Consulate General P171,440.00
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(e) Philippine Consulate General, Honolulu, Hawaii

Consular Staff

(1) One foreign affairs officer, Class I P10,000.00
(2) One foreign affairs officer, Class II 7,500.00
(3) One foreign affairs officer, Class III 5,500.00
(4) One foreign affairs officer, Class IV 4,500.00

Technical and Clerical Personnel

(5) One executive officer 9,600.00
(6) One technical assistant 7,200.00
(7) One secretary and general assistant 6,000.00
(8) One public relations assistant 5,100.00
(9) One cashier and property officer 5,100.00
(10) One assistant (Code) 5,100.00
(11) One social welfare assistant 4,800.00
(12) One cultural service assistant 4,800.00
(13) Two stenographers at P4,800 9,600.00
(14) Two clerk-stenographers at P4,800 9,600.00
(15) One clerk 3,600.00
(16) One clerk-typist 3,600.00
(17) One file clerk 3,600.00

Miscellaneous and Emergency Employees

(18) One clerk-utility man 3,600.00
(19) For janitor, messenger, chauffeur and other miscellaneous employees 8,400.00
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Total for the Honolulu Consulate General P117,200.00
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(f) Philippine Consulate in Amoy, China

Consular Staff

(1) One foreign affairs officer, Class II P7,500.00
(2) One foreign affairs officer, Class IV 4,500.00

Technical and Clerical Personnel

(3) One executive assistant 8,400.00
(4) One technical assistant 7,200.00
(5) One technical assistant (finger print expert) 5,100.00
(6) One cashier and property officer 5,100.00
(7) One interpreter 3,600.00
(8) Three clerk-stenographers at P3,480 10,440.00
(9) One Chinese writer 3,120.00
(10) One assistant 3,120.00

Miscellaneous and Emergency Employees

(11) One skilled laborer 2,760.00
(12) For the employment of chauffeur, messenger, janitor and other miscellaneous employees 9,240.00
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Total for the Amoy Consulate P70,080.00
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(g) Philippine Consulate in Hongkong

Consular Staff

(1) One foreign affairs officer, Class II P7,000.00
(2) One foreign affairs officer, Class III 4,500.00

Technical and Clerical Personnel

(3) One clerk-stenographer 3,480.00
(4) Other technical and clerical personnel 26,520.00

Miscellaneous and Emergency Employees

(5) For the employment of miscellaneous and emergency employees 10,000.00
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Total for the Hongkong Consulate P51,500.00
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(h) Other Diplomatic and Consular Establishments

(1) For other diplomatic and consular establishments P886,500.00
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Total for other Diplomatic and Consular Establishments P886,500.00
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(i) Miscellaneous

(1) For supplementary salaries of foreign affairs officers, attaches and advisers for services rendered outside the Philippines at annual rates equivalent to fifty per centum of their basic annual salaries P220,000.00
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2,259,180.00
Less — savings to be made (181,180.00)
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Total for salaries and wages P2,078,000.00
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(j) Sundry and Other Expenses

1. For sundry expenses for the operation and maintenance of foreign service establishments —

Diplomatic Posts

(a) Washington Embassy P 59,500.00
(b) United Nations 50,000.00
(c) Other diplomatic posts 196,800.00
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Total for diplomatic posts P306,300.00
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Consulates

(d) New York 31,000.00
(e) San Francisco 30,600.00
(f) Honolulu 25,600.00
(g) Amoy 20,000.00
(h) Hongkong 20,000.00
(i) Other consulates 80,000.00
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Total for consulates P207,200.00
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2. For living quarters allowances or for rentals of suitable quarters of Ambassadors, the permanent representative to the United Nations, ministers, charge d’affaires, foreign affairs officers, advisers and attaches while serving abroad at such rates to be determined by the Secretary of Foreign Affairs: PROVIDED, That commutation thereof may be allowed for an amount equivalent to three months counting from the date of arrival at the post of the officer concerned: PROVIDED, FURTHER, That of this appropriation P170,000 shall be set aside for diplomatic and consular establishments already in operation 304,000.00
3. For post allowances of ambassadors, the permanent Philippine representative to the United Nations, ministers, charge d’affaires, foreign affairs officers, advisers and attaches while serving abroad at such rates to be determined by the Secretary of Foreign Affairs: PROVIDED, That of this appropriation P110,000 shall be set aside for diplomatic and consular establishments already in operation 192,000.00
4. For representation expenses of ambassadors, ministers, permanent representatives and principal officers or heads of foreign service establishments, including minister counselors: PROVIDED, That of this appropriation P90,000 shall be set aside for diplomatic and consular establishments already in operation 158,800.00
5. For allowances, transportation and other expenses of trainees in foreign service, including not to exceed P10,000 for the operation and maintenance of the Institute of Foreign Affairs of which no part shall be paid as salaries, fees, allowances and other emoluments to any officer or employee of the Government 200,000.00
6. For per diems, transportation, sundry and all other expenses, including clothing allowances and shipment of effects, of ambassadors, the permanent Philippine representative to the United Nations, ministers, foreign affairs officers, attaches, advisers and other foreign service personnel and employees whenever assigned to extended tours of duty or directed to proceed or transfer from one post to another; and for per diems, travel and other sundry expenses, including clothing allowances and representation expenses, of representatives or delegates in connection with the participation of the Philippines in international organizations, conventions and conferences: PROVIDED, That of this appropriation P400,000 shall be set aside for diplomatic and consular establishments already in operation 550,000.00
7. For emergencies arising in the foreign service and in the prosecution of such confidential missions and activities as may be directed by the Secretary of Foreign Affairs 50,000.00
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Total for Sundry and Other Expenses P1,968,300.00
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(k) Furniture and Equipment

1. For the purchase of furniture and equipment, including the acquisition of real property and the purchase of automobiles, any provision of law to the contrary notwithstanding P400,000.00
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Total for Furniture and Equipment P400,000.00
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Summary

Total for salaries and wages P2,078,000.00
Total for sundry and other expenses 1,968,300.00
Total for furniture and equipment 400,000.00
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Total P4,446,300.00
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5,106,100.00
Less — savings to be made (444,630.00)
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Total for special purposes P4,661,470.00
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V. — Summary

Total for salaries and wages P462,820.00
Total for sundry expenses 177,000.00
Total for furniture and equipment 60,000.00
Total for special purposes 4,661,470.00
Less — savings to be made (5,660.00)
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Total amount available for the Department of Foreign Affairs P5,355,630.00
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VI. — Special Provisions

1. The Secretary of Foreign Affairs is hereby authorized to grant furnished or unfurnished quarters in any government or rented buildings in foreign countries under the jurisdiction of the Department of Foreign Affairs to the watchmen, caretakers and other officers or employees whom he may require to live in said buildings in foreign countries for the better performance of their duties.

2. Any provision of law to the contrary notwithstanding, all officials, officers and employees whose salaries are payable from any appropriation for the operation and maintenance of the Foreign Service of the Republic of the Philippines shall be considered as personnel-at-large and are subject to assignment anywhere as may be directed by the Secretary of Foreign Affairs. Whenever any one thereof is assigned for duty to any permanent diplomatic mission or consular establishment, he and the members of his family, including dependent children below twenty-one years of age, shall be entitled at government expense to transportation, per diems and other necessary expenses incident to the travel for the purpose of assuming his duties at the place of assignment under such regulations as the Secretary of Foreign Affairs may prescribe: PROVIDED, HOWEVER, That in no case shall the privilege be extended to members of families of officials, officers and employees who are not citizens of the Republic of the Philippines.

3. Any provisions of law to the contrary notwithstanding, the appropriations herein authorized for the operation and maintenance of the Foreign Service of the Republic of the Philippines, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby authorized to cover expenditures in connection with the operation and maintenance of automobiles and other vehicles for the official use of foreign affairs officers whenever on duty in any foreign service establishment.

4. The Secretary of Foreign Affairs is hereby authorized to transfer, detail and assign foreign affairs officers without augmentation or decrease of salaries, in accordance with the provisions of Executive Order No. 18, dated September 16, 1946.

E. — DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

I. — Salaries and Wages

(1) Office of the Secretary

1. One Secretary of Department P12,000.00
2. One Undersecretary of Department 9,000.00
3. One administrative officer (ex-officio chief of the Administrative Division) 6,000.00
4. Four delegates at P6,000 24,000.00
5. One private secretary 5,100.00
6. One assistant private secretary 2,400.00
7. One clerk 2,160.00
8. One agent 1,800.00
9. One agent 1,080.00
10. One agent 720.00
11. One agent 600.00
12. One driver 660.00
13. Four messengers at P600 2,400.00

Administrative Division

14. Chief of division, item 3.
15. Three assistants at P4,800 14,400.00
16. One assistant 3,720.00
17. One assistant 2,940.00
18. One clerk 2,940.00
19. One clerk 2,400.00
20. One clerk 2,280.00
21. Two clerks at P2,040 4,080.00
22. One clerk 1,920.00
23. Two clerks at P1,560 3,120.00
24. Two agents at P1,080 2,160.00
25. One clerk 960.00
26. Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
27. One clerk 780.00
28. One clerk 720.00
29. Five clerks at P600 3,000.00
30. Three messengers at P600 1,800.00
31. One agent (Sulu) 900.00
32. One agent (Lanao) 600.00
33. One superintendent of non-Christians 1,200.00
34. One superintendent of non-Christians 900.00
35. Three superintendents of non-Christians at P600 1,800.00

Accounting Section

36. One accounting officer 3,120.00
37. One accountant 1,800.00
38. One clerk 1,320.00
39. One clerk 780.00

Cash, Property and Service Section

40. One chief of section 2,940.00
41. One clerk 1,560.00
42. Two clerks at P1,080 2,160.00
43. One clerk 780.00
44. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
45. One messenger 600.00
46. One laborer 600.00

Custodian Force

47. One janitor 720.00
48. One watchman 660.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
49. One watchman 600.00
50. Eight helpers at P600 4,800.00

Records Section

51. One chief of section 2,940.00
52. One clerk 1,680.00
53. One clerk 1,320.00
54. One clerk 1,200.00
55. Two clerks at P1,080 2,160.00
56. One clerk 780.00
57. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
58. One clerk 660.00
59. Six clerks at P600 3,600.00
60. Two messengers at P600 1,200.00
61. One helper 600.00

Law Division

62. One chief of division 4,800.00
63. One investigator 4,800.00
Excess of actual salary 600.00
64. One assistant 4,200.00
65. One assistant 3,720.00
66. One attorney 3,120.00
67. Two clerks at P1,800 3,600.00
68. One clerk 1,680.00
69. One clerk 1,440.00
70. One clerk 780.00
71. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
72. Two messengers at P600 1,200.00

Provincial Division

73. One chief of division 5,100.00
74. One investigator 3,960.00
75. One assistant 3,480.00
76. One assistant 3,120.00
77. Two clerks at P1,560 3,120.00
78. One clerk-stenographer 1,320.00
79. One clerk 1,320.00
80. One clerk 1,080.00
81. One clerk 660.00
82. One clerk 600.00
83. Two messengers at P600 1,200.00
84. One helper 600.00

Public Order Division

85. One chief of division 5,100.00
86. One inspector 4,500.00
87. One attorney 2,400.00
88. One clerk 720.00
89. One clerk 660.00
90. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
91. One messenger 600.00

Board of Review for Moving Pictures

92. One secretary and executive officer 3,720.00
93. One assistant secretary 1,080.00
94. One clerk 720.00
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242,220.00
95. Less — savings to be made (14,090.00)
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Total for salaries and wages P228,130.00
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II. — Sundry Expenses

1. Traveling expenses of personnel P15,000.00
2. Freight, express and delivery service 300.00
3. Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable radio service 9,000.00
4. Illumination and power service 2,400.00
5. Rental of buildings and grounds 4,500.00
6. Consumption of supplies and materials 6,650.00
7. Printing and binding reports, documents and publications 625.00
8. Traveling expenses of persons not government employees 100.00
9. Maintenance and repair of equipment 1,200.00
10. Other services 3,000.00
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Total for sundry expenses P42,775.00
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III. — Furniture and Equipment

1. For the purchase of furniture and equipment P8,565.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P8,565.00
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IV. — Special Purposes

1. For furthering the agricultural, industrial and social development of the non-Christian inhabitants of the Philippines and their progress in civilization, including intermigration expenses, and for special scholarships for non-Christians: PROVIDED, HOWEVER, That one-half of this appropriation must be expended for scholarships of non-Christians: AND PROVIDED, FURTHER, That of the amount to be set aside for special scholarships for non-Christians, an amount not exceeding P50,000 may be used as a contribution of the Department of the Interior to a Scholarship Endowment Trust Fund that the Philippine Association of University Women may create for the exclusive benefit of non-Christian girls 200,000.00
2. For carrying out activities in the restoration and maintenance of peace and order, and other contingent expenses as may be authorized by the Secretary of the Interior with the approval of the President 492,000.00

Salaries and Wages

(a) Four special agents at P6,000 P24,000.00
(b) One special agent 4,800.00
(c) One special agent 4,200.00
(d) Three special agents at P3,480 10,440.00
(e) Two special agents at P2,760 5,520.00
(f) Eight special agents at P2,400 19,200.00
(g) Fifteen special agents at P1,800 27,000.00
(h) Thirty special agents at P1,200 36,000.00
(i) Sixty special agents at P600 36,000.00
(j) For the payment of bonuses to the personnel in accordance with the rates prescribed in section 159, Contingent Funds, item 2, page 513 hereof 25,040.00
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Total for salaries and wages P192,200.00
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Sundry Expenses

(k) Traveling expenses of personnel P60,000.00
(l) Postal, telegraph, telephone and cable service 5,000.00
(m) Other services 20,000.00
(n) Contingent expenses of the Secretary 10,000.00
(o) Consumption of supplies and materials including cost of subsistence of guerrillas and evacuees, etc., including P3,000 reserved to reimburse the Municipality of Baler, Quezon of certain expenses incurred by the Mayor thereof in connection with the measures he took to prepare the municipality against the assault of some lawless elements 167,000.00
(p) Reimbursement of expenses incurred by persons effecting surrender of firearms 27,800.00
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Total for sundry expenses P289,800.00
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Furniture and Equipment

(q) Purchase of furniture and equipment P10,000.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P10,000.00
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3. For payment of gratuity to the widow and/or children of deceased officer or member of any police force in accordance with the provisions of Republic Act No. 30 500,000.00
4. To regulate the prices of admission to theaters, cinematographs, horse races, jai-alai and other places of amusement, Republic Act No. 68 20,000.00
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Total for special purposes P1,212,000.00
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(2) Philippine Constabulary

Purpose I. — Personnel

A. Commissioned Officers

1. Base pay P3,768,090.00
2. Longevity pay of officers 100,000.00
3. Rental and commutation of quarters for officers 900,000.00

B. Regular Force — Enlisted Men

4. Base pay 9,653,060.00
5. Additional re-enlistment pay already earned by enlisted men 100,000.00
6. Additional pay for technicians, section 89 of the National Defense Act (Commonwealth Act No. 1), as amended 230,000.00
7. Re-enlistment bonus 250,000.00
8. Clothing allowance of enlisted men 900,000.00

C. Civilian Employees

Commanding General

Office of the Chief of Staff

9. One stenographer 1,200.00

Office of the Adjutant General

10. One clerk in-charge 1,800.00
11. One clerk 1,080.00
12. Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
13. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
14. Nineteen clerks at P600 11,400.00
15. One mimeograph operator 600.00

G-1 Personnel

16. One chief clerk 3,300.00
17. One clerk 2,400.00
18. Three clerks at P900 2,700.00
19. One stenographer 780.00
20. Five clerks at P600 3,000.00
21. One messenger 600.00

Accounting Division

22. One accounting officer 4,800.00
23. One accountant 3,720.00
24. One bookkeeper 2,400.00
25. One clerk 1,800.00
26. One clerk 1,680.00
27. Two clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
28. One clerk 1,080.00
29. One clerk 960.00
30. Two clerks at P840 1,680.00
31. One clerk 720.00

Auditing Service

32. For auditing service personnel 20,000.00

G-2 Intelligence

33. One agent in-charge 4,500.00
34. One agent 2,280.00
35. One agent 2,040.00
36. One agent 1,920.00
37. One agent 1,800.00
38. One agent 1,560.00
39. Four agents at P1,440 5,760.00
40. Four agents at P1,200 4,800.00
41. Five agents at P1,080 5,400.00
42. Three agents at P960 2,880.00
43. Three agents at P900 2,700.00
44. Four agents at P840 3,360.00
45. Two agents at P720 1,440.00
46. One agent 660.00
47. Twenty-one agents at P600 12,600.00
48. One clerk 1,440.00
49. One stenographer 780.00
50. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
51. Twenty-five clerks at P600 15,000.00

G-3 Operations, Organization and Training

52. One stenographer 900.00
53. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00

G-4 Supply, Transportation and Finance

54. One clerk 2,280.00
55. One clerk 900.00
56. One clerk 840.00
57. One clerk 720.00
58. One clerk 660.00
59. Ten clerks at P600 6,000.00
60. One machinist 960.00
61. Two messengers at P600 1,200.00

Supply Service Group

62. One storekeeper 1,800.00
63. One clerk 720.00
64. Fourteen clerks at P600 8,400.00

Finance Section

65. One clerk 2,940.00
66. One clerk 1,200.00
67. One clerk 660.00
68. Seven clerks at P600 4,200.00
69. Two typists at P600 1,200.00

Ordnance Section

70. Two typists at P600 1,200.00

Engineer Section

71. One clerk 1,320.00
72. One clerk 660.00

Firearms, Games and Explosives Division

73. One clerk 1,800.00
74. One clerk 1,320.00
75. One clerk 1,200.00
76. Three clerks at P960 2,880.00
77. Three clerks at P720 2,160.00
78. Two clerks at P660 1,320.00
79. Twenty-nine clerks at P600 17,400.00
80. Two helpers at P660 1,320.00
81. Six helpers at P600 3,600.00

Medical

82. One clerk 720.00
83. One clerk 600.00

Office of the Inspector General

84. One stenographer 720.00
85. One clerk 720.00
86. One clerk 600.00

Judge Advocate General’s Office

87. One clerk 660.00

Library

88. One clerk 600.00

Signal

89. One clerk 1,560.00
90. Six clerks at P600 3,600.00
91. One stenographer 600.00

Headquarters Commandant

92. One mechanic 1,200.00
93. One mechanic 1,080.00
94. One mechanic 900.00
95. One mechanic 840.00
96. One mechanic 660.00
97. Two carpenters at P600 1,200.00
98. Thirty-two helpers at P600 19,200.00
99. Ten janitors at P600 6,000.00
100. Emergency employees, skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled laborers 14,160.00

D. Gratuities and Contributions to the Government Service Insurance System

101. Gratuity to officers who may retire under Section 22 (g) of the National Defense Act (Commonwealth Act No. 1), as amended 250,000.00
102. Extra premiums on policies of officers and enlisted men, Section 24, Commonwealth Act No. 186 120,000.00
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16,546,630.00
103. Less — savings to be made from items 9 to 100 (52,000.00)
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Total for Purpose I. — Personnel P16,494,630.00
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Purpose II — Maintenance of Personnel

104. Subsistence of able-bodied enlisted men at P1 each per day and of officers and enlisted men patients confined in hospitals of the Armed Forces of the Philippines at P2 each per day P4,719,990.00
105. Commutation of subsistence allowance for officers at P1 each per day 500,000.00
106. Hospitalization 14,000.00
107. Maintenance, operation and rentals of posts, stations, hospitals and buildings 280,000.00
108. Instruction of officers 14,000.00
109. Military libraries 5,000.00
110. Recreations of the Philippine Constabulary 5,000.00
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Total for Purpose II. — Maintenance of Personnel P5,537,990.00
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Purpose III. — Transportation

111. Transportation of Philippine Constabulary personnel and dependents of officers transferred from one station to another, including per diems of officers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines on detail with the Philippine Constabulary P900,000.00
112. Transportation and packing of supplies, equipment and armament 62,000.00
113. Supplies for upkeep and operation of motor vehicles 522,000.00
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Total for Purpose III. — Transportation P1,484,000.00
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Purpose IV. — Armament, Equipment and Supplies

A. Armament and Equipment

114. Quartermaster equipment, including furniture for officers’ quarters, maintenance and repair, semi-expendable and consumable supplies and materials as may be considered by the Philippine Constabulary authorities as equipment under this item P81,000.00
115. Ammunition of all calibers and types 300,000.00
116. Engineer equipment 9,000.00
117. Medical, dental and veterinary equipment 4,500.00
118. Equipment for ordnance establishments 4,500.00
119. Signal corps equipment 9,000.00
120. Maintenance and repair of equipment 33,000.00

B. Supplies

121. Quartermaster supplies 3,000,000.00
122. Medical supplies 44,000.00
123. Ordnance supplies 21,000.00
124. Signal supplies 17,500.00
125. Engineer supplies 206,000.00
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Total for Purpose IV. — Armament, Equipment and Supplies P3,729,500.00
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Purpose V. — Miscellaneous Expenses

126. For intelligence and counter-intelligence work, miscellaneous, incidental and contingent expenses of the Philippine Constabulary P45,800.00
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Total for Purpose V. — Miscellaneous Expenses P45,800.00
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Summary

Purpose I. — Personnel P16,494,630.00
Purpose II. — Maintenance of Personnel 5,537,990.00
Purpose III. — Transportation 1,484,000.00
Purpose IV. — Armament, Equipment and Supplies 3,729,500.00
Purpose V. — Miscellaneous Expenses 45,800.00
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27,291,920.00
Less — savings to be made (409,920.00)
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Total amount available for the Philippine Constabulary P26,882,000.00
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Special Provisions

127. The President shall have authority to transfer, at quarterly intervals during the fiscal year 1948, from Purpose I or II of the Philippine Constabulary to other Purposes as titled in this Order, such portions of unexpended balances of the appropriations authorized thereunder as may be necessary in order to assure balanced development of the Philippine Constabulary during that year, any provision of law to the contrary notwithstanding.

128. The President shall have authority to transfer and expend not to exceed fifty per centum of the amount appropriated for any item in any purpose of the appropriations for the Philippine Constabulary to any other item or items in the same or any other purpose.

129. Officers and enlisted men of the Philippine Constabulary who may be transferred by competent authority from one station to another shall be allowed to have transported at government expense personally-owned possessions, household effects and baggage not to exceed such allowance as may be fixed by the President for the several grades.

130. Expenses of the Philippine Constabulary for unforeseen contingencies which cannot be paid for lack of appropriation in other purposes may be paid for from Purpose V.

131. The Secretary of the Interior is authorized with the approval of the President of the Philippines to use any savings in the appropriations authorized in this Order for the Philippine Constabulary for the payment of claims under section 699 of the Revised Administrative Code and section 91-a of the National Defense Act, whichever is applicable, to the heir or heirs of deceased officers and enlisted men of the former Philippine Constabulary, and of deceased trainees or reservists in active service or enlisted reserves, who died as a result of the war or in connection with their guerrilla activities during enemy occupation or while in active duty with the former Philippine Army and/or USAFFE.

132. Officers and enlisted men of the Philippine Constabulary detailed on duty with the Surplus Property Commission shall not during such detail receive pay, allowances, subsistence or other emoluments from the Philippine Constabulary but from the Surplus Property Commission: PROVIDED, HOWEVER, That the savings thus realized shall not be available for expenditure for any purpose.

133. Officers, enlisted men and other personnel of the Philippine Constabulary who may not have received the three months advance pay (bonus) at the outbreak of the war and who have not received said advance pay under the provisions of Commonwealth Act Numbered Six hundred and Twenty-six, shall be paid the same from the savings in the appropriations for the Philippine Army for the fiscal year 1947 or from the savings in the appropriations for the Philippine Constabulary for the fiscal year 1948.

Summary

Total for salaries and wages P228,430.00
Total for sundry expenses 42,775.00
Total for furniture and equipment 8,565.00
Total for special purposes 1,212,000.00
Less — savings to be made (14,090.00)
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1,477,680.00
Total for the Philippine Constabulary 26,882,000.00
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Total amount available for the Department of the Interior P28,359,680.00
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F. — DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

1. — Salaries and Wages

(1) Office of the Secretary

1. One Secretary of Department P12,000.00
2. One Undersecretary of Department 9,000.00
3. One private secretary 5,100.00
4. One assistant 6,000.00
5. One assistant 4,500.00
6. One assistant private secretary 2,400.00
7. One stenographer 1,440.00

National Finance Division

8. One chief of division 5,100.00
9. One assistant 4,200.00
10. One clerk 2,940.00
11. One clerk 2,400.00
12. One clerk 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
13. One disbursing and collecting officer and property custodian 2,400.00
14. One clerk 1,440.00
15. One clerk 1,320.00
16. Two clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
17. One clerk 780.00
18. One clerk 720.00
19. One janitor 600.00

Accounting Section

20. Accounting officer (by detail).
21. One accountant 1,800.00
22. One clerk 1,080.00

Division of Provincial and Municipal Finance

23. One chief of division 6,000.00
24. One assistant 4,500.00
25. Two supervising treasurers at P5,400 10,800.00
26. One agent 3,960.00
27. One clerk 2,760.00
28. One clerk 1,320.00
29. One stenographer 960.00
30. One helper 600.00

Assessment and Taxation Section

31. One chief of section 3,720.00
32. One law clerk 2,400.00
33. One clerk 1,440.00
34. One clerk 960.00
35. One clerk 720.00
36. One clerk 600.00

Financial Section

37. One chief of section 2,940.00
38. One clerk 2,940.00
39. One clerk 2,280.00
40. One clerk 1,320.00
Excess of actual salary 360.00
41. One clerk 1,080.00
42. One clerk 960.00
43. One clerk 720.00
44. One clerk 600.00

Personnel Section

45. One chief of section 3,120.00
46. One law clerk 2,400.00
47. One clerk 2,280.00
48. One clerk 1,800.00

Administrative Division

49. One administrative officer 5,100.00
50. One assistant 4,200.00
51. One clerk 2,940.00
52. One stenographer 1,920.00
53. One law clerk 2,400.00
54. One clerk 1,800.00
55. One clerk 1,800.00
56. One clerk 1,440.00
57. One clerk 900.00
58. One clerk-stenographer 720.00
59. Two janitors at P600 1,200.00
60.One helper 600.00

Records Section

61. One chief of section 2,400.00
62. One clerk 1,200.00
63. Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
64. One clerk 720.00
65. One clerk 660.00
66. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
67. One clerk-filer 600.00
68. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00

Treasury Agents

69. Five investigators at P1,680 8,400.00
70. Five treasury agents at P1,560 7,800.00
71. Twenty-seven treasury agents at P1,440 38,880.00

Supplementary Force

72. For supplementary force 9,400.00
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232,840.00
73. Less — savings to be made (11,570.00)
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Total P221,270.00
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(2) Bureau of Customs

Office of the Commissioner

1. One Commissioner of Customs P9,000.00
2. One assistant 5,100.00
3. One agent 3,720.00
4. One assistant 3,480.00
5. One assistant 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
6. One appraiser 2,400.00
7. Two clerks at P1,800 3,600.00
8. One stenographer 1,680.00
9. One clerk 1,320.00
10. Two clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
11. One assessor 1,080.00
12. One clerk 780.00
13. One clerk 660.00
14. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
15. One messenger 600.00

Board of Marine Inquiry

16. Per diems of two members of the Board of Marine Inquiry at P20 each for not less than seven hours of actual service 4,160.00

Administrative Division

17. One chief division 5,100.00
18. One assistant 2,760.00
19. One clerk 2,280.00
20. One clerk 1,200.00
21. One clerk 960.00
22. Three clerks at P900 2,700.00
23. Two clerks at P780 1,560.00
24. One clerk 660.00
25. One stenographer 600.00
26. Ten clerks at P600 6,000.00
27. Five messengers at P600 3,000.00

Property Section

28. One property custodian 1,920.00
29. One clerk 1,800.00
30. One clerk 1,320.00
31. One clerk 900.00
32. One clerk 600.00
33. One helper 660.00
34. Five helpers at P600 3,000.00

Accounting Division

35. One accounting officer 5,100.00
36. One accountant 2,400.00
37. One bookkeeper 1,800.00
38. Two clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
39. Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
40. One clerk 840.00
41. Three clerks at P720 2,160.00
42. One stenographer 720.00
43. One clerk 660.00
44. Two clerks at P660 1,320.00
45. Five clerks at P600 3,000.00
46. One clerk 600.00
47. One laborer 600.00
48. One laborer-messenger 600.00

Hull and Boiler Division

49. One chief of division 5,100.00
50. One assistant 4,500.00
51. One naval architect 4,500.00
52. Seven inspectors of hulls and boilers at P4,200 29,400.00
53. One electrical engineer 3,480.00
54. One ship draftsman 1,800.00
55. One clerk 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
56. One clerk 660.00
57. One messenger 600.00

Customs Patrol Service

58. One chief patrol officer 5,100.00
59. One assistant chief patrol officer 4,500.00
60. One assistant 3,960.00
61. One law clerk 2,400.00
62. One record clerk 1,800.00
63. One clerk-stenographer 1,800.00
64. Two clerk-typists at P960 1,920.00
65. One laborer-messenger 600.00

Secret Service Unit

66. One chief agent 3,960.00
Excess of actual salary 1,140.00
67. One assistant 3,720.00
68. One supervising agent 3,720.00
69. One supervising agent 2,760.00
70. Three supervising agents at P2,440 7,200.00
71. Four supervising agents at P2,040 8,160.00
72. One supervising agent 1,800.00
73. One supervising agent 1,680.00
74. One supervising agent 1,200.00
75. One agent 2,400.00
76. One agent 1,320.00
77. Sixty-nine agents at P1,200 82,800.00

Harbor Police Unit

78. One chief of harbor police 3,960.00
Excess of actual salary 1,440.00
79. Three lieutenants of police at P2,280 6,840.00
80. One first sergeant of police 1,800.00
81. Six sergeants of police at P1,680 10,080.00
82. Twelve corporals of police at P1,440 17,280.00
83. Twenty-two police privates, first class, at P1,320 29,040.00
84. Twenty-one police privates, second class, at P1,200 25,200.00

Arrastre Service Personnel

85. One captain of police 3,120.00
86. One captain of police 3,120.00
Excess of actual salary 600.00
87. Three sergeants of police at P1,680 5,040.00
88. Six corporals of police at P1,440 8,640.00
89. Twenty-five police private, first class, at P1,320 33,000.00
90. Fifty police privates, second class, at P1,200 60,000.00
91. Twenty-two police privates, second class, at P1,200 26,400.00

Manila Customhouse

92. One collector of customs 7,200.00
93. One stenographer 1,200.00
94. One clerk 600.00
95. One messenger 600.00

Cash Division

96. One assistant 2,400.00
97. One disbursing and collecting officer 1,800.00
98. One teller 1,800.00
99. One clerk 1,800.00
100. One clerk 1,560.00
101. One clerk 1,200.00
102. One clerk 960.00
103. One clerk 900.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
104. One clerk 900.00
105. One clerk 780.00
106. One clerk 720.00
107. One clerk 660.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
108. Two clerks at P660 1,320.00
109. Five clerks at P600 3,000.00
110. One messenger 600.00

Appraisers Division

111. One chief of division 5,100.00
112. One assistant 4,200.00
113. One appraiser 3,480.00
114. Two appraisers at P2,940 5,880.00
115. One appraiser 2,760.00
116. Three appraisers at P2,400 7,200.00
117. One appraisser 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
118. Four appraisers at P2,040 8,160.00
119. Nine examiners at P1,800 16,200.00
120. One examiner 1,680.00
121. One examiner 1,560.00
122. One examiner 1,440.00
123. One examiner 1,320.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
124. Six examiners at P1,320 7,920.00
125. Fifty-seven examiners at P1,200 68,400.00
126. One inspector 1,680.00
127. One stenographer 1,080.00
128. Four clerks at P660 2,640.00
129. Ten clerks at P600 6,000.00
130. Five messengers at P600 3,000.00
131. Eight weighers at P600 4,800.00
132. Nineteen helpers at P600 11,400.00

Liquidation Division

133. One chief of division 3,960.00
134. One assessor 1,800.00
135. One assessor 1,560.00
136. Two assessors at P1,440 2,880.00
137. One assessor 1,200.00
138. Three assessors at P1,080 3,240.00
139. Two assessors at P960 1,920.00
140. Three assessors at P900 2,700.00
141. One clerk 1,560.00
142. One clerk 900.00
143. One clerk 720.00
144. One clerk 660.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
145. Three clerks at P660 1,980.00
146. Nineteen clerks at P600 11,400.00
147. Two messengers at P600 1,200.00

Marine Division

148. One chief of division 4,500.00
149. One assistant 2,400.00
150. Three clerks at P1,800 5,400.00
151. Three clerks at P1,320 3,960.00
152. Two clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
153. Four clerks at P1,080 4,320.00
154. One clerk 900.00
155. Two clerks at P840 1,680.00
156. Six clerks at P660 3,960.00
157. Six clerks at P600 3,600.00
158. Three messengers at P600 1,800.00

Division of Protests and Appeals

159. One chief of division 3,960.00
160. One clerk 1,200.00
161. One clerk 660.00
162. Six clerks at P600 3,600.00
163. One messenger 600.00

Office of the Surveyor of the Port

164. One surveyor of the port 5,400.00
165. Two admeasurers of vessels at P3,960 7,920.00
166. One customs medical inspector 3,480.00
167. One warehouse inspector 1,800.00
168. One assistant warehouse inspector 1,320.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
169. Two sanitary inspectors at P600 1,200.00
170. One chief of semaphore station, with quarters 1,320.00
171. One assistant chief of semaphore station, with quarters 900.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
172. One clerk 1,560.00
173. Six clerks at P720 4,320.00
174. One clerk 660.00
175. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
176. Twenty-two agents at P600 13,200.00
177. One storekeeper 660.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
178. Four guards at P600 2,400.00
179. Three messengers at P480, with quarters 1,440.00
180. One helper 600.00
181. One janitor 660.00
182. Fourteen janitors at P600 8,400.00

Customs Launch Service

183. One launch foreman 2,940.00
184. One assistant launch foreman 1,200.00
185. One carpenter 900.00
186. One patron 1,800.00
187. One patron 1,320.00
188. One patron 1,080.00
189. One patron 960.00
190. Two patrons at P900 1,800.00
191. One patron 600.00
192. Two launch engineers at P1,320 2,640.00
193. One launch engineer 1,080.00
194. One launch engineer 900.00
195. One launch engineer 660.00
196. One machinist 900.00
197. Two machinists at P780 1,560.00
198. One machinist 660.00
199. One machinist 480.00
200. Three quartermasters at P420 1,260.00
201. Two quartermasters at P360 720.00
202. One oiler 420.00
203. One fireman 420.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
204. Twenty seamen at P360 7,200.00

Piers and Inspectors Section

205. One deputy surveyor of customs 3,720.00
206. One deputy surveyor of customs 2,760.00
207. Two wharfingers at P2,280 4,560.00
Excess of actual salary at P120 240.00
208. Two wharfingers at P1,800 3,600.00
209. One boarding officer 1,800.00
210. One boarding officer 1,320.00
211. Four inspectors at P1,320 5,280.00
212. Two inspectors at P1,200 2,400.00
213. Four inspectors at P1,080 4,320.00
214. One inspector 960.00
215. Two inspectors at P900 1,800.00
Excess of actual salary at P60 120.00
216. Two inspectors at P900 1,800.00
217. Eleven inspectors at P840 9,240.00
218. Ten inspectors at P720 7,200.00
219. One clerk 1,320.00
220. One clerk 660.00
221. One clerk 600.00
222. Four guards at P660 2,640.00
Excess of actual salary at P60 240.00
223. Two guards at P660 1,320.00
224. Ninety-six guards at P600 57,600.00
225. Nine gatekeepers at P600 5,400.00
226. Thirteen helpers at P600 7,800.00
227. Skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled laborers paid by the hour 5,090.00

Cebu Customhouse

228. One collector of customs 6,000.00
229. One deputy collector of customs 3,960.00
230. One surveyor of the port 1,800.00
231. One chief of section 1,320.00
232. Two appraisers at P2,040 4,080.00
233. Five examiners at P1,200 6,000.00
234. One assessor 1,200.00
235. One assessor 900.00
236. One stenographer 1,320.00
237. Two clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
238. One clerk 1,080.00
239. One clerk 780.00
240. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
241. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
242. One wharfinger 1,800.00
243. One wharfinger 1,200.00
244. Five inspectors at P840 4,200.00
245. Twenty-three guards at P600 13,800.00
246. Three gatekeepers at P600 1,800.00
247. Three porters at P600 1,800.00
248. Skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled laborers paid by the hour 2,760.00

Launch Service

249. One patron 960.00
250. One machinist 960.00
251. One quartermaster 480.00
252. One fireman 420.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
253. Two seamen at P360 720.00

Iloilo Customhouse

254. One collector of customs 6,000.00
255. One deputy collector of customs 3,960.00
256. One surveyor of the port 1,800.00
257. One chief of section 1,560.00
258. One appraiser 2,940.00
259. Two examiners at P1,200 2,400.00
260. One stenographer 1,320.00
261. One clerk 1,320.00
262. Three clerks at P1,080 3,240.00
263. One clerk 780.00
264. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
265. One wharfinger 1,800.00
266. One wharfinger 1,320.00
Excess of actual salary 180.00
267. One boarding officer 1,320.00
268. One storekeeper 1,080.00
269. One storekeeper 660.00
270. One inspector 840.00
271. Two inspectors at P720 1,440.00
272. Twenty-three guards at P600 13,800.00
273. Two gatekeepers at P600 1,200.00
274. Two lookouts at P600 1,200.00
275. One porter 600.00
276. Two messengers at P600 1,200.00
277. Two helpers at P600 1,200.00
278. Skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled laborers paid by the hour 1,000.00

Launch Service

279. One patron 900.00
280. One machinist 900.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
281. One machinist 480.00
282. One quartermaster 540.00
283. Two seamen at P360 720.00

Jolo Customhouse

284. One collector of customs 4,800.00
285. One appraiser 2,040.00
286. Two clerks at P1,080 2,160.00
287. One clerk 960.00
288. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
289. One inspector 600.00
290. One guard 600.00
291. One porter 600.00
292. Skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled laborers paid by the hour 1,160.00

Launch Service

293. Two patrons at P720 1,440.00
294. Two patrons at P600 1,200.00
295. Two machinists at P840 1,680.00
296. One machinist 660.00
297. Six seamen at P360 2,160.00

Zamboanga Customhouse

298. One collector of customs 4,800.00
299. One appraiser 2,040.00
300. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
301. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
302. One wharfinger 660.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
303. Six guards at P600 3,600.00
304. One messenger 600.00
305. Skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled laborers paid by the hour 900.00

Legaspi Customhouse

306. One collector of customs 4,800.00
307. One appraiser 2,040.00
308. One clerk 660.00
309. Four guards at P600 2,400.00
310. One messenger 600.00
311. Skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled laborers paid by the hour 700.00

Davao Customhouse

312. One collector of customs 4,800.00
313. One appraiser 2,040.00
314. Two examiners at P1,200 2,400.00
315. One clerk 1,200.00
316. One clerk 720.00
317. One clerk 660.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
318. One wharfinger 660.00
319. One inspector 900.00
320. One inspector 840.00
321. Six guards at P600 3,600.00
322. One porter 600.00

Launch Service

323. One patron 720.00
324. One machinist 660.00
325. One seaman 360.00

Jose Panganiban Customhouse

326. One collector of customs 4,200.00
327. One appraiser 2,040.00
328. One clerk 780.00
329. One clerk 600.00
330. One messenger 600.00
331. Four guards at P600 2,400.00

Launch Service

332. One patron 900.00
333. One machinist 900.00
334. Two seamen at P360 720.00

Aparri Customhouse

335. One collector of customs 4,500.00
336. One clerk 780.00
337. One guard 600.00

Tacloban Customhouse

338. One collector of customs 5,100.00
339. One appraiser 2,040.00
340. One examiner 1,200.00
341. One clerk 1,440.00
342. One clerk 720.00
343. One clerk 600.00
344. One wharfinger 840.00
345. One inspector 840.00
346. Seven guards at P600 4,200.00
347. One messenger 600.00
348. One janitor 600.00
349. Skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled laborers paid by the hour 1,200.00

Supplementary Force

350. For supplementary force 75,000.00

Allowances

351. Subsistence of officers and other members of the crew of launches, boats and motorboats, at daily rates to be fixed by the Secretary of Finance, but not to exceed P2 for each patron, launch engineer and assistant engineer or machinist, and P1.50 for each of the other members of the crew 47,397.00
352. Subsistence of patron, machinist, seaman and seaman-diver 8,577.50
353. Uniform allowance to crew of launches and motorboats 2,835.00
354. Uniform allowance for patron, machinist, seaman and seaman-diver 950.00
355. Uniform allowance to members of the Harbor Police Unit 6,630.00
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1,414,819.50
356. Less — savings to be made (102,922.50)
357. Less — amount to be paid by the entity operating the arrastre service, Port of Manila, for the salaries of the arrastre service personnel and for its share of P2,500 in item 355 (116,620.00
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Total P1,195,277.00
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(3) Bureau of Internal Revenue

1. One Collector of Internal Revenue P7,200.00
2. Additional salary for the Collector of Internal Revenue, subject to the approval of the President, section 5 (a) (4) of Commonwealth Act No. 402 1,800.00
3. One Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue 6,000.00
4. One special agent 4,500.00
5. One special agent 4,200.00
6. One assistant 3,480.00
7. One stenographer 1,560.00
8. One clerk 1,080.00

Administrative Division

9. One chief of division 5,100.00
10. One assistant 3,960.00
11. One stenographer 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
12. One mechanic 1,200.00
13. One head janitor, with free quarters while required to live in the Bureau of Internal Revenue building 840.00
14. One watchman 720.00
15. Two watchmen at P600 1,200.00
16. Two janitors at P600 1,200.00
17. Six helpers at P600 3,600.00

Cash Section

18. One disbursing and collecting officer 3,120.00
19. One assistant cashier 2,040.00
20. One teller 1,800.00
21. One clerk 1,320.00
22. Two clerks at P1,080 2,160.00
23. One clerk 840.00
24. One clerk 660.00
25. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
26. Twenty-six helpers at P600 15,600.00

General Service Section

27. One chief of section 2,040.00
28. One clerk 1,080.00
29. One clerk 900.00
30. One clerk 720.00
31. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00

Property Section

32. One property custodian 2,040.00
33. One clerk 1,080.00
34. Three clerks at P660 1,980.00
35. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
36. One mimeograph operator 600.00
37. One helper 660.00
38. Eleven helpers at P600 6,600.00

Records Section

39. One chief of section 2,400.00
40. One clerk 1,800.00
41. One clerk 1,560.00
42. One clerk 1,200.00
43. One clerk 1,080.00
44. One clerk 960.00
45. One clerk 900.00
46. Three clerks at P840 2,520.00
47. Three clerks at P720 2,160.00
48. Four clerks at P660 2,640.00
49. Twenty-six clerks at P600 15,600.00
50. Four messengers at P600 2,400.00
51. Four helpers at P600 2,400.00

Law Division

52. One chief of division 5,400.00
53. One assistant 4,500.00
54. One attorney 3,120.00
55. One attorney 2,580.00
56. Four attorneys at P2,400 9,600.00
57. One attorney 2,280.00
58. Two law clerks at P3,120 6,240.00
59. Two law clerks at P2,760 5,520.00
60. One law clerk 2,040.00
61. Four law clerks at P1,800 7,200.00
62. One law clerk 1,560.00
63. Three law clerks at P1,440 4,320.00
64. One stenographer 1,680.00
65. One stenographer 1,560.00
66. One stenographer 1,440.00
67. Four stenographers at P1,200 4,800.00
68. One stenographer 900.00
69. One stenographer 840.00
70. Three stenographers at P720 2,160.00
71. One clerk 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 300.00
72. Two clerks at P2,040 4,080.00
73. One clerk 1,320.00
74. One clerk 1,080.00
75. One clerk 960.00
76. Two clerks at P840 1,680.00
77. One clerk 780.00
78. Seven clerks at P720 5,040.00
79. Three clerks at P660 1,980.00
80. Seven clerks at P600 4,200.00
81. One messenger 600.00

Accounting and Statistical Division

82. One accounting officer and chief of division 5,100.00
83. One assistant 3,960.00

Expense Accounts Section

84. One accountant 3,960.00
85. One clerk 1,560.00
86. One clerk 1,320.00
87. One clerk 1,080.00
88. Two clerks at P840 1,680.00
89. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
90. One laborer 600.00

General Section

91. One chief of section 2,040.00
92. Two clerks at P1,080 2,160.00
93. Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
94. One clerk 720.00
95. One clerk 660.00
96. One messenger 600.00

Forestry Section

97. One chief of section 2,280.00
98. One clerk 960.00
99. Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
100. One clerk 840.00
101. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
102. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00

Alcohol Section

103. One chief of section 2,040.00
104. One clerk 1,080.00
105. One clerk 720.00
106. One clerk 600.00

Tobacco Section

107. One chief of section 1,680.00
108. One clerk 1,320.00
109. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00

Correspondence Section

110. One chief of section 2,040.00
111. Two clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
112. One clerk 1,080.00
113. One clerk 900.00
114. One clerk 600.00

Checking of Reports Section

115. One chief of section 1,560.00
116. One clerk 1,080.00
117. One clerk 900.00
Excess of actual salary 180.00
118. One clerk 900.00
119. One clerk 780.00
120. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00

Revenue Accounts Section

121. One chief of section 1,800.00
122. One clerk 960.00
123. One clerk 900.00
124. Three clerks at P720 2,160.00
125. One clerk 600.00

Filing Section

126. One clerk 1,440.00
127. One clerk 840.00
128. One clerk 660.00
129. Twenty-four clerks at P600 14,400.00
130. One helper 600.00

Income Tax Division

131. One chief of division 6,000.00
132. Three supervising examiners at P5,100 15,300.00
133. Four supervising examiners at P4,500 18,000.00
134. Four examiners at P4,500 18,000.00
135. Eight examiners at P3,720 29,760.00
136. Six examiners at P3,120 18,720.00
137. Twelve examiners at P2,400 28,800.00
138. Twenty-five provincial examiners at P1,800 45,000.00
139. Twenty-five provincial examiners at P1,680 42,000.00
140. Two stenographers at P2,400 4,800.00
141. Two stenographers at P1,800 3,600.00

Index and Assessment Section

142. One chief of section 1,800.00
143. One clerk 780.00
144. Four clerks at P720 2,880.00
145. Three clerks at P660 1,980.00
146. Twelve clerks at P600 7,200.00

Audits and Liquidating Section

147. One chief of section 1,800.00
148. One clerk 1,080.00
149. One clerk 960.00
150. Three clerks at P720 2,160.00
151. One clerk 660.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
152. Two clerks at P660 1,320.00
153. Ten clerks at P600 6,000.00

Examiners

154. One examiner 3,720.00
155. One examiner 3,480.00
156. One examiner 2,940.00
Excess of actual salary 1,060.00
157. One examiner 2,940.00
158. One examiner 2,940.00
159. One examiner 2,580.00
160. Three examiners at P2,400 7,200.00
161. One examiner 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 300.00
162. Five examiners at P2,280 11,400.00
163. One examiner 2,160.00
164. Eight examiners at P2,040 16,320.00
165. One examiner 1,800.00
Excess of actual salary 480.00
166. Eleven examiners at P1,800 19,800.00
167. Two examiners at P1,680 3,360.00
168. Seventy-one examiners at P1,680 119,280.00

Assistant Examiners

169. Forty-eight assistant examiners at P1,440 69,120.00

Examiners of Accounts in Foreign Languages

170. One examiner 1,800.00
Excess of actual salary 240.00
171. Seven examiners at P1,680 11,760.00

Inspection Division

172. One chief of division 5,400.00
173. One assistant 4,500.00
174. Five supervising agents at P4,200 21,000.00

Supervising Agents

175. Two supervising agents at P4,200 8,400.00
176. One city revenue agent 3,960.00
177. One supervisor of tobacco factories 3,720.00
Excess of actual salary 180.00
178. One supervisor of distilleries 3,720.00

Provincial Revenue Agents

179. Two provincial revenue agents at P3,960 7,920.00
180. Four provincial revenue agents at P3,480 13,920.00
181. Two provincial revenue agents at P3,300 6,600.00
182. Four provincial revenue agents at P3,120 12,480.00
183. Three provincial revenue agents at P2,940 8,820.00
184. One provincial revenue agent 2,760.00
185. Eight provincial revenue agents at P2,580 20,640.00
186. Four provincial revenue agents at P2,400 9,600.00

Agents

187. Six agents at P2,940 17,640.00
188. Four agents at P2,580 10,320.00
189. Seven agents at P2,400 16,800.00
190. One agent 2,160.00
191. Eleven agents at P2,040 22,440.00
192. One agent 1,920.00
193. Four agents at P1,800 7,200.00
194. Seven agents at P1,680 11,760.00
195. Three agents at P1,560 4,680.00
196. Thirty agents at P1,440 43,200.00

Assistant Agents

197. Eighteen assistant agents at P1,800 32,400.00
198. One assistant agent 1,680.00
199. Ten assistant agents at P1,560 15,600.00
200. One assistant agent 1,440.00
201. Five assistant agents at P1,320 6,600.00
202. Sixty-four assistant agents at P1,200 76,800.00
203. Two assistant agents at P960 1,920.00

Drug Inspectors

204. One inspector 1,800.00
205. Three inspectors at P1,440 4,320.00
206. One drug inspector 1,080.00
207. Two drug inspectors at P960 1,920.00

Forest Products Inspectors

208. Three inspector at P1,080 3,240.00

Examiners of Accounts in Foreign Languages

209 One examiner 1,800.00
210. Five examiners at P1,680 8,400.00

Clerical Force

211. One stenographer 840.00
212. One clerk 1,080.00
213. One clerk 900.00
214. One clerk 780.00
215. Nine clerks at P720 6,480.00
216. Three clerks at P660 1,980.00
217. Forty-six clerks at P600 27,600.00

Storekeepers

218. Two storekeepers at P900 1,800.00
219. One storekeeper 840.00
220. Two storekeepers at P780 1,560.00
221. Seven storekeepers at P720 5,040.00
222. Four storekeeper at P660 2,640.00
223. One hundred eighty-six storekeepers at P600 111,600.00

Helpers

224. Thirty helpers at P600 18,000.00

Secret Service Division

225. One chief of division 4,500.00
226. One agent 2,580.00
227. One agent 2,160.00
228. One agent 1,680.00
229. One examiner (accounts in foreign languages 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
230. One clerk 600.00

Investigators

231. One investigator 2,400.00
232. One investigator 2,040.00
233. Three investigators at P1,680 5,040.00
234. Six investigators at P1,440 8,640.00

Treasury Agents

235. Five treasury agents at P1,680 8,400.00
236. Seventeen treasury agents at P1,440 24,480.00
237. Seventy-six treasury agents at P1,200 91,200.00

Miscellaneous Tax Division

238. One chief of division 5,100.00
239. One assistant 3,960.00

Estate, Inheritance and Gift Tax Section

240. One chief of section 3,120.00
241. One clerk 900.00
242. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
243. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
244. One senior examiner 3,120.00
245. One senior examiner 2,040.00
246. One examiner 2,040.00
247. Two examiner at P1,800 3,600.00
248. Twelve examiners at P1,680 20,160.00
249. One helper 600.00

Mining and Amusement Tax Section

250. One chief of section 2,760.00
251. One assistant agent 1,680.00
252. One assistant agent 1,080.00
253. Four assistant agents at P960 3,840.00
254. One clerk 780.00
255. Five clerks at P600 3,000.00
256. One messenger 600.00
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1,690,660.00
257. Less — savings to be made (104,240.00)
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Total P1,586,420.00
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(4) Bureau of the Treasury

1. One Treasurer of the Philippines P7,200.00
2. Additional salary for the Treasurer of the Philippines, subject to the approval of the President, section 5 (a) (4) of Commonwealth Act No. 402 1,200.00
3. One Assistant Treasurer of the Philippines 6,000.00

Cash Division

4. One cashier and chief of division 6,000.00
5. One assistant 4,200.00
6. One examiner 2,040.00
7. Two examiners at P1,440 2,880.00

Teller’s Group

8. One teller 3,300.00
9. Two tellers at P2,400 4,800.00
10. One teller 1,920.00
11. Three tellers at P1,200 3,600.00
12. One teller 1,080.00

Treasury Warrants and Bookkeeping Section

13. One chief of section 1,320.00
14. One clerk 1,200.00
15. Two clerks at P960 1,920.00
16. Three clerks at P900 2,700.00
17. Four clerks at P660 2,640.00
18. One clerk 600.00
19. One clerk 600.00

Administrative and Public Debt Division

20. One chief of division 5,100.00
21. One assistant 3,960.00
22. One examiner 1,920.00
23. One examiner 1,560.00
24. One examiner 1,440.00

Personnel and Correspondence Section

25. One clerk 1,200.00
26. Three clerks at P900 2,700.00
27. Three clerks at P660 1,980.00
28. One clerk 600.00
29. Four messengers at P600 2,400.00

Disbursing and Property Section

30. One cashier 1,800.00
31. One property custodian 1,800.00
32. One clerk 660.00
33. Two janitors at P600 1,200.00
34. One janitor 600.00

Public Debt Section

35. One clerk 2,040.00
36. One clerk 1,440.00
37. One clerk 1,320.00
38. One clerk 1,200.00
39. One clerk 900.00

Treasury Guards Section

40. Two guards at P1,920 3,840.00
41. Four guards at P900 3,600.00
42. Two guards at P840 1,680.00
43. Two guards at P780 1,560.00
44. Seven guards at P600 4,200.00

Allowance

45. Uniforms and shoes for guards 400.00

Accounting Division

46. One accounting officer 3,120.00
47. One clerk 780.00
48. One clerk 720.00
49. One clerk 660.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
50. One clerk 600.00
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112,240.00
51. Less — savings to be made (6,065.00)
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Total P106,175.00
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(5) Bureau of Banking

1. One Bank Commissioner P7,200.00
2. One Assistant Bank Commissioner 6,000.00
3. One stenographer 1,320.00

Inspection Division

4. One chief of division and second deputy insurance commissioner 5,100.00
5. One assistant 3,960.00
6. One actuary-examiner (part time) 3,960.00
7. One stenographer 720.00

Insurance Section

8. Two examiners at P2,580 5,160.00
9. Two examiners at P2,400 4,800.00
10. One examiner 2,040.00
11. Two examiners at P1,560 3,120.00
12. Two examiners at P1,440 2,880.00

Benevolent Societies and Charitable Trusts Section

13. One chief of section 2,580.00
14. Two examiners at P2,040 4,080.00
15. Two examiners at P1,800 3,600.00
16. One examiner 1,560.00
17. One examiner 1,440.00
18. One clerk 660.00

Division of Examination

19. One chief examiner 5,100.00
20. One examiner 3,480.00
21. One examiner 3,300.00
22. Four examiners at P2,940 11,760.00
23. Three examiners at P2,580 7,740.00
24. Two examiners at P2,400 4,800.00
25. One stenographer 1,320.00
26. One stenographer 840.00

Administrative Division

27. One chief of division 2,400.00
28. One clerk 1,320.00
29. One record and property clerk 1,200.00
30. One stenographer 600.00
31. One clerk 600.00
32. One clerk-messenger 600.00
33. One messenger 600.00
34. One janitor 600.00

Accounting Section

35. Accounting officer (by detail).
36. One accountant 1,800.00
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108,240.00
37. Less — savings to be made (5,915.00)
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Total P102,325.00
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(6) Procurement Office

1. One Purchasing Agent P7,200.00

Buying Division

2. One chief buyer 5,100.00
3. One assistant chief buyer 3,480.00
4. One buyer 2,940.00
5. Two buyers at P2,400 4,800.00
6. Two buyers at P1,800 3,600.00
7. Three buyers at P1,560 4,680.00
8. Three buyers at 1,440 4,320.00
9. One buyer 1,080.00
10. One buyer 840.00
11. One assistant buyer 840.00
12. Two assistant buyers at P720 1,440.00
13. One clerk 1,920.00
14. One stenographer 960.00
15. One clerk 660.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
16. One clerk 660.00
17. Ten clerks at P600 6,000.00
18. One messenger 600.00
19. One roneo operator 600.00
20. One janitor 600.00

Administrative Division

21. One chief of division 4,200.00
22. One clerk 1,800.00
23. One clerk 1,440.00
24. One clerk 1,200.00
25. One personnel clerk 1,080.00
26. One property custodian 1,200.00
27. One cashier 1,080.00
28. One clerk 1,080.00
29. Two clerks at P840 1,680.00
30. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
31. Three clerks at P660 1,980.00
32. Eighteen clerks at P600 10,800.00
33. Four messengers at P600 2,400.00
34. Eight helpers at P600 4,800.00
35. One chief watchman 960.00
Excess of actual salary 1,920.00
36. One watchman 780.00
37. One janitor 600.00

Accounting Section

38. One accounting officer 3,120.00
39. One clerk-bookkeeper 1,560.00
40. One clerk 780.00
41. One clerk 660.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
42. Five clerks at P600 3,000.00

Division of Supplies

43. One chief of division 4,200.00
Excess of actual salary 800.00
44. One clerk 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
45. One clerk 1,560.00
46. One clerk 1,320.00
47. One shipping clerk 1,320.00
48. One clerk 660.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
49. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
50. One foreman 840.00
51. One foreman 660.00
52. Two checkers at P600 1,200.00
53. Nine helpers at P600 5,400.00
54. Three watchmen at P600 1,800.00
55. One carpenter 600.00
56. Two janitors at P600 1,200.00
57. For laborers at rates not exceeding
P5 per day each, who may be employed from time to time 10,720.00
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137,940.00
58. Less — savings to be made (7,600.00)
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Total P130,340.00
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Total for salaries and wages P3,341,807.00
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II. — Sundry Expenses

1. Traveling expenses of personnel P169,430.00
2. Freight, express and delivery service 9,660.00
3. Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 31,500.00
4. Illumination and power service 12,725.00
5. Rental of buildings and grounds 34,600.00
6. Consumption of supplies and materials 326,805.00
7. Printing and binding reports, documents and publications 5,515.00
8. Traveling expenses of persons not government employees 1,200.00
9. Maintenance and repair of equipment 70,000.00
10. Other services 11,165.00
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Total for sundry expenses P672,600.00
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III. — Furniture and Equipment

1. For the purchase of furniture and equipment P66,760.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P66,760.00
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IV. — Special Purposes

1. For expenses in connection with secret service P48,420.00
2. Aid to specially organized provinces 27,000.00
(a) Province of Batanes P12,000.00
(b) Province of Palawan 15,000.00
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Total P27,000.00
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3. Aid to provinces with non-Christian inhabitants, to be distributed by the Secretary of Finance 270,000.00
4. For supplementary personnel to be employed in connection with the enforcement of the new Assessment Law, Commonwealth Act No. 470 12,000.00
(a) Two inspectors at P3,120 P6,240.00
(b) One clerk 1,440.00
(c) Two clerks at P1,440 2,880.00
(d) Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
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Total P12,000.00
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5. For aid to provinces, cities, municipalities and municipal districts to help them meet their operation expenses for essential ordinary services, to be allotted by the Secretary of Finance with the approval of the President. Any balance of this aid remaining unexpended on June 30, 1948, shall revert to the General Fund of the National Government 5,000,000.00
6. For the landing, transportation and handling of immigrants’ baggage from ships to the Customs Office, including salaries and wages, purchase of equipment and other expenses, the charges to be fixed by the Commissioner of Customs with the approval of the Secretary of Finance: PROVIDED, That any deficit in the appropriation provided herein for other expenses may, with the approval of the President, be covered from the receipts from the handling of immigrants’ baggage 3,080.00
To be paid out of the receipts from the handling of immigrants’ baggage (3,080.00)

Salaries and Wages

(a) One foreman P900.00
(b) One foreman 660.00

Other Expenses

(c) Other expenses 1,520.00
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Total P3,080.00
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7. For salaries and wages of the personnel employed throughout the year in connection with the operation of the arrastre service at the Port of Manila, any provision of existing law to the contrary notwithstanding 13,980.00
To be paid out of the receipts of the said arrastre service (13,980.00)
(a) One superintendent P6,000.00
(b) One electrical and mechanical inspector 3,480.00
(c) One stenographer 1,200.00
(d) One clerk 1,200.00
(e) One mechanic 840.00
(f) One mechanic 660.00
(g) One messenger 600.00
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Total P13,980.00
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8. For salaries and wages of thepersonnel of the Fidelity Fund employed throughout the year, any provision of existing law to the contrary notwithstanding 2,820.00
To be paid out of the Fidelity Fund, section 325 of Act No. 2711 (2,820.00)
(a) One clerk P1,560.00
(b) One clerk 660.00
(c) One clerk 600.00
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Total P2,820.00
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9. For salaries and wages of the personnel of the Exchange Standard Fund, Act No. 4199, employed throughout the year, any provision of law to the contrary notwithstanding 18,120.00
To be paid out of the Exchange Standard Fund, Act No. 4199 (18,120.00)

(Philippine Mint)

(a) One superintendent P4,800.00
(b) One cashier 3,720.00
(c) One clerk 600.00

(Money Counters’ Group)

(d) One money counter 1,800.00
(e) Four money counters at P1,200 4,800.00
(f) One money counter 1,200.00
(g) One clerk 1,200.00
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Total P18,120.00
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10. For expenses of the Tobacco Board in carrying out the provisions of Act No. 2613, as amended by Act No. 3179, the provisions of any existing law to the contrary notwithstanding 76,020.00
To be paid out of the Tobacco Inspection Fund, Act No. 2613 (76,020.00)

Salaries and Wages

Project No. 1

(Bureau of Internal Revenue)

(a) One supervisor P4,200.00
(b) One inspector 3,720.00
(c) One agent 2,940.00
(d) One inspector 2,580.00
(e) One inspector 1,800.00
(f) Two inspectors at P1,680 3,360.00
(g) Four inspectors at P1,320 5,280.00
(h) Three inspectors at P1,200 3,600.00
(i) Two inspectors at P1,080 2,160.00
(j) One inspector 960.00
(k) Two inspectors at P900 1,800.00
(l) Two inspectors at P840 1,680.00
(m) Two inspectors at P780 1,560.00
(n) One inspector 660.00
(o) One clerk 1,200.00
(p) Two clerks at P960 1,920.00
(q) One clerk 600.00
(r) Nine tobacco graders at P600 5,400.00
(s) One janitor 600.00
(t) One helper 600.00

Project No. 2

(Bureau of Plant Industry)

(u) One agronomist 4,800.00
(v) One agronomist 3,480.00
(w) One agronomist 2,400.00
(x) One agronomist 2,040.00
(y) One agronomist 1,920.00
(z) One agronomist 1,800.00
(a-1) Four agronomists at P1,320 5,280.00
(b-1) One agronomist 1,080.00
(c-1) Four agronomy aides at P720 2,880.00
(d-1) One agronomy aide 600.00
(e-1) Two technicians at P660 1,320.00
(f-1) One stenographer 600.00
(g-1) Two helpers at P600 1,200.00
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Total P76,020.00
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11. For salaries of the personnel in charge of the administrative service and the collection of the fees accruing to the National Radio Broadcasting Fund, employed throughout the year, and the expenses of the auditing-accounting service, the provisions of existing law to the contrary notwithstanding 39,000.00
To be paid out of the National Radio Broadcasting Fund (39,000.00)

Salaries and Wages

Administrative

(a) One clerk P1,800.00
(b) One clerk 1,680.00
(c) One mechanic 720.00
(d) Nine inspectors at P720 6,480.00
(e) One helper 600.00
(f) Per diems of members of the Committee and its secretary 1,920.00

Accounting Service

(g) One clerk 780.00

Collection

(Radio Registration Service)

(h) One supervisor 4,200.00
Excess of actual salary 600.00
(i) One teller 1,320.00
(j) One teller 600.00
(k) One clerk 1,200.00
(l) One clerk 840.00
(m) Two clerks at P660 1,320.00
(n) One clerk 600.00
(o) Five clerks at P600 3,000.00
(p) One clerk 600.00
(q) Three typists at P600 1,800.00
(r) One mechanic 600.00
(s) One messenger 600.00
(t) One janitor 600.00

(Radio Set Inspection)

(u) Three inspectors at P960 2,880.00
(v) Two inspectors at P840 1,680.00
(w) One inspector 720.00
(x) One inspector 660.00
(y) Two inspectors at P600 1,200.00
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Total P39,000.00
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Total for special purposes P5,357,420.00
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V. — Summary

Total for salaries and wages P3,341,807.00
Total for sundry expenses 672,600.00
Total for furniture and equipment 66,760.00
Total for special purposes 5,357,420.00
Less — savings to be made (238,312.00)
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Total amount available for the Department of Finance P9,200,275.00
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G. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

I. — Salaries and Wages

(1) Office of the Secretary

1. One Secretary of Department P12,000.00
2. One Undersecretary of Department 9,000.00
3. One attorney 6,000.00
4. One judicial officer 5,100.00
5. One private secretary 5,100.00
6. Two stenographers at P1,800 3,600.00
7. One stenographer 1,560.00
8. Two janitor-messengers at P600 1,200.00

Law Division

9. One chief of division 5,400.00
10. One assistant chief of division 4,800.00
11. One attorney 3,960.00
12. Two attorneys at P3,480 6,960.00
13. Two attorneys at P3,120 6,240.00
14. Three attorneys at P2,400 7,200.00
15. One law clerk 1,800.00
16. One stenographer 1,800.00
17. One stenographer 1,560.00
18. One stenographer 1,080.00
19. One clerk 1,200.00
20. One library assistant 720.00
21. One library helper 600.00
22. One clerk-typist 900.00
23. Two clerk-typists at P720 1,440.00
24. One clerk-typist 600.00
25. One mimeographer 600.00
26. One messenger 600.00

Administrative Division

27. One administrative officer 5,100.00
28. One senior clerk 3,120.00
29. One clerk 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 420.00
30. Two stenographers at P1,200 2,400.00
31. Two clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
32. One clerk 960.00
33. One clerk 900.00
34. One clerk 840.00
35. One clerk-stenographer 600.00
36. One messenger 600.00

Accounting Section

37. Accounting officer (by detail).
38. One clerk 1,200.00
39. One clerk 900.00
40. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
41. One clerk 660.00
42. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
43. One laborer 600.00

Cash and Property Division

44. One chief of division 4,500.00
45. One senior clerk 2,280.00
46. One cashier and disbursing officer 2,040.00
47. One property officer 1,800.00
48. One statistician 1,800.00
49. One clerk-statistician 1,440.00
50. One clerk-statistician 1,200.00
51. One stenographer 1,200.00
52. One stock-clerk 720.00
53. One typist 600.00
54. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
55. One helper-mechanic 600.00
56. One laborer-carpenter 600.00
57. One messenger 600.00

Records Division

58. One chief of division 1,920.00
59. Two clerk-statisticians at P1,200 2,400.00
60. One clerk 900.00
61. One briefer 660.00
62. Seven clerks at P600 4,200.00
63. Two clerk-typists at P600 1,200.00
64. Three typists at P600 1,800.00
65. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Janitor Service

66. One janitor, with quarters 600.00
67. Three janitors at P600 1,800.00
68. Two janitor-watchmen at P600 1,200.00
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155,700.00
69. Less — savings to be made (10,150.00)
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Total P145,550.00
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(a) Office of Pardons and Parole

1. For compensation of the members of the Board on Pardons and Parole, including the Chairman and the executive officer, six in all, at P10 each per meeting P6,000.00
2. One executive officer 5,100.00

Administrative Division

3. One assistant executive officer and chief of division 3,120.00
4. One record and property clerk 1,200.00
5. One stenographer 960.00
6. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
7. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
8. One janitor-messenger 600.00
9. One laborer 600.00

Investigation Division

10. One supervising parole officer 2,400.00
11. One assistant supervising parole officer 1,920.00
12. Six parole officers at P1,680 10,080.00
13. Two parole officers at P1,320 2,640.00
14. One parole officer 1,200.00
15. Two clerk-stenographers at P720 1,440.00
16. One clerk-typist 600.00

Supervision Division

17. One supervising parole officer 2,400.00
18. One assistant supervising parole officer 1,920.00
19. Two parole inspectors at P1,440 2,880.00
20. Two parole officers at P1,440 2,880.00
21. One clerk-stenographer 720.00
22. One clerk 720.00
23. Two secret service agents at P720 1,440.00
24. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Technical Division

25. One psychiatrist 2,760.00
26. One psychologist 1,920.00
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59,940.00
27. Less — savings to be made (3,720.00)
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Total P56,220.00
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(2) Office of the Solicitor General

1. One Solicitor General P12,000.00
2. One First Assistant Solicitor General 9,000.00
3. Three Assistant Solicitors General at P6,000 18,000.00
4. One private secretary 3,600.00

Solicitors

5. Four solicitors at P5,400 21,600.00
6. Four solicitors at P4,500 18,000.00
7. Five solicitors at P3,600 18,000.00
8. Five solicitors at P3,120 15,600.00
9. Six solicitors at P2,400 14,400.00

Provincial Fiscals Supervision Division

10. One Assistant Solicitor General 6,000.00
11. One clerk 1,800.00
12. Two stenographers at P1,200 2,400.00

Administrative Division

13. One chief of division 3,960.00
14. One senior clerk 2,400.00
15. One cashier and disbursing officer 2,040.00
16. One law clerk and librarian 1,920.00
17. Two stenographers at P1,800 3,600.00
18. One stenographer 1,560.00
19. One property clerk 1,440.00
20. One assistant librarian 960.00
21. One clerk 960.00
22. One clerk 600.00
23. One clerk-stenographer 720.00
24. One library-helper 600.00
25. One head janitor, with quarters 600.00
26. One janitor-messenger 600.00
27. One janitor 600.00
28. One janitor-watchman 600.00

Stenographers Section

29. Two stenographers at P2,400 4,800.00
30. One stenographer 2,040.00
31. Two stenographers at P1,800 3,600.00
32. Two stenographers at P1,560 3,120.00
33. Two stenographers at P1,320 2,640.00
34. Two stenographers at P1,200 2,400.00
35. Two stenographers at P1,080 2,160.00

Records Section

36. One record clerk 1,200.00
37. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
38. One mailing clerk 600.00
39. One typist 600.00
40. One clerk-filer 600.00
41. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Accounting Section

42. Accounting officer (by detail).
43. One accountant 2,400.00
44. One clerk 780.00
45. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00

Docket Division

46. One chief of division 2,400.00
47. One clerk 1,440.00
48. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
49. One calendar clerk 720.00
50. One clerk 600.00
51. Two clerk-typists at P600 1,200.00
52. One typist 600.00
53. One clerk-filer 600.00
54. Two janitor-messengers at P600 1,200.00
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203,940.00
55. Less — savings to be made (9,820.00)
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Total P194,120.00
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(3) Courts of First Instance

First Judicial District

Cagayan

1. One judge P10,000.00
2. One stenographer 1,800.00
3. One interpreter 1,080.00
4. One clerk of court 2,400.00
5. One deputy clerk of court 1,320.00
6. One docket clerk 840.00
7. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
8. One provincial sheriff 1,800.00
9. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00

Batanes

10. One deputy clerk of court 660.00
11. One deputy sheriff 840.00

Second Judicial District

Isabela

12. One judge 10,000.00
13. One stenographer 1,800.00
14. One interpreter 900.00
15. One clerk of court 1,560.00
16. One deputy clerk of court 840.00
17. One docket clerk 840.00
18. One clerk 600.00
19. One provincial sheriff 1,560.00
20. Two deputy sheriffs at P840 1,680.00

Nueva Vizcaya

21. One judge 10,000.00
22. One clerk of court 1,560.00
23. One deputy clerk of court 720.00
24. One clerk 600.00
25. One provincial sheriff 1,200.00
26. One deputy sheriff 840.00

Third Judicial District

Ilocos Norte

27. One judge 10,000.00
28. One stenographer 1,800.00
29. One interpreter 900.00
30. One clerk of court 2,400.00
31. One deputy clerk of court 1,320.00
32. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
33. One provincial sheriff 1,800.00
34. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00

Ilocos Sur

35. One judge 10,000.00
36. One stenographer 2,940.00
37. One interpreter 1,680.00
38. One clerk of court 2,280.00
39. One deputy clerk of court 1,320.00
40. One docket clerk 660.00
41. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
42. One provincial sheriff 1,800.00
43. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00

Abra

44. One clerk of court 1,560.00
45. One deputy clerk of court 600.00
46. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
47. Two deputy sheriffs at P840 1,680.00

Fourth Judicial District

La Union

48. One judge 10,000.00
49. One stenographer 1,800.00
50. One interpreter 1,200.00
51. One clerk of court 2,040.00
52. One deputy clerk of court 1,080.00
53. One docket clerk 660.00
54. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
55. One provincial sheriff 1,800.00
56. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00

Mountain Province (Benguet)

57. One judge 10,000.00
58. One clerk of court, with quarters 1,800.00
59. One deputy clerk of court 720.00
60. One docket clerk 600.00
61. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
62. One provincial sheriff, with quarters 1,800.00
63. Two deputy sheriffs at P840 1,680.00

Mountain Province (Bontoc)

64. One deputy clerk of court 720.00
65. One deputy sheriff 840.00

Fifth Judicial District

Pangasinan

66. Three judges at P10,000 30,000.00
67. One stenographer 2,400.00
68. Two stenographers at P1,800 3,600.00
69. One interpreter 1,560.00
70. Two interpreters at P1,200 2,400.00
71. One clerk of court 3,720.00
72. One deputy clerk of court 2,040.00
73. One deputy clerk of court 1,800.00
74. One docket clerk 1,320.00
75. Two docket clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
76. One clerk 1,080.00
77. One clerk 720.00
78. Eleven clerks at P600 6,600.00
79. One provincial sheriff 2,280.00
80. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00
81. One clerk 600.00

Zambales

82. One clerk of court 1,320.00
83. One deputy clerk of court 720.00
84. One docket clerk 600.00
85. One clerk 600.00
86. One provincial sheriff 1,200.00
87. Two deputy sheriffs at P840 1,680.00

Sixth Judicial District

Tarlac

88. One judge 10,000.00
89. One stenographer 1,920.00
90. One interpreter 1,200.00
91. One clerk of court 2,280.00
92. One deputy clerk of court 900.00
93. One docket clerk 840.00
94. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
95. One provincial sheriff 2,280.00
96. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00

Nueva Ecija

97. Two judges at P10,000 20,000.00
98. One stenographer 2,940.00
Excess of actual salary 260.00
99. One stenographer 2,400.00
100. One stenographer 1,800.00
101. One interpreter 1,680.00
102. One interpreter 1,440.00
103. One clerk of court 3,720.00
104. One deputy clerk of court 1,680.00
105. One deputy clerk of court 1,320.00
106. Two docket clerks at P900 1,800.00
107. One docket clerk 840.00
108. Six clerks at P600 3,600.00
109. One janitor-messenger 600.00
110. One provincial sheriff 2,400.00
111. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00
112. One clerk 600.00

Seventh Judicial District

Pampanga

113. Two judges at 110,000 20,000.00
114. Two stenographers at P1,800 3,600.00
115. One interpreter 1,200.00
116. One clerk of court 3,300.00
117. One deputy clerk of court 1,320.00
118. One deputy clerk of court 1,080.00
119. One docket clerk 900.00
120. Two docket clerks at P840 1,680.00
121. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
122. One messenger 600.00
123. One janitor-messenger 600.00
124. One provincial sheriff 2,400.00
125. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00
126. One clerk 600.00

Bataan

127. One clerk of court 1,320.00
128. One deputy clerk of court 660.00
129. One docket clerk 660.00
130. One clerk 600.00
131. One provincial sheriff 1,200.00
132. Two deputy sheriffs at P840 1,680.00

Bulacan

133. Two judges at P10,000 20,000.00
134. One stenographer 2,040.00
135. One interpreter 1,440.00
136. One clerk of court 3,300.00
137. One deputy clerk of court 1,800.00
138. One deputy clerk of court 1,680.00
139. Three docket clerks at P900 2,700.00
140. Five clerks at P600 3,000.00
141. One clerk-messenger 600.00
142. One provincial sheriff 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
143. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00
144. One clerk 600.00

Eighth Judicial District

Cavite

145. Two judges at P10,000 20,000.00
146. One stenographer 2,280.00
147. One interpreter 1,800.00
148. One clerk of court 2,940.00
149. One deputy clerk of court 1,560.00
150. One deputy clerk of court 960.00
151. One docket clerk 960.00
152. Six clerks at P600 3,600.00
153. One clerk-messenger 600.00
154. One provincial sheriff 1,560.00
155. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00

Palawan

156. One clerk of court 1,200.00
157. One deputy clerk of court 660.00
158. One docket clerk 600.00
159. One provincial sheriff 1,200.00
160. One deputy sheriff 840.00

Cuyo

161. One deputy clerk of court 720.00

Ninth Judicial District

Manila

162. Nine judges at P10,000 90,000.00
163. One stenographer 2,940.00
Excess of actual salary 300.00
164. One stenographer 2,940.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
165. Six stenographers at P2,940 17,640.00
166. Two stenographers at P2,400 4,800.00
167. One stenographer 2,280.00
168. Two interpreters at P2,940 5,880.00
169. One interpreter 2,760.00
170. One interpreter 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
171. Three interpreters at P2,280 6,840.00
172. One clerk of court 5,100.00
173. One assistant clerk of court, ex-officio chief, probate division, and administrative officer 4,200.00
174. Seven deputy clerks of court at P2,040 14,280.00
175. Two deputy clerks of court at P1,800 3,600.00
176. One inspector 1,800.00
177. One cashier and disbursing officer 1,800.00
178. Two clerks at P1,800 3,600.00
179. One clerk 1,320.00
180. One clerk 1,200.00
181. One docket clerk 960.00
182. Two docket clerks at P900 1,800.00
183. One docket clerk 840.00
184. One docket clerk 600.00
185. Two clerks at P960 1,920.00
186. One clerk 900.00
187. Four clerks at P840 3,360.00
188. One clerk 660.00
189. Ten clerks at P600 6,000.00
190. Two typists at P600 1,200.00
191. Two clerk-messengers at P600 1,200.00
192. Six messengers at P600 3,600.00

Tenth Judicial District

Rizal

193. Two judges at P10,000 20,000.00
194. One stenographer 2,400.00
195. One stenographer 2,280.00
196. One interpreter 2,040.00
197. One interpreter 1,440.00
198. One clerk of court 3,480.00
199. One deputy clerk of court 1,680.00
200. One deputy clerk of court 1,080.00
201. One docket clerk 840.00
202. One docket clerk 660.00
203. One clerk 660.00
204. Six clerks at P600 3,600.00
205. One clerk-typist 600.00
206. Three bailiffs at P600 1,800.00
207. One provincial sheriff 2,280.00
208. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00
209. One clerk 600.00

Eleventh Judicial District

Laguna

210. Two judges at P10,000 20,000.00
211. One stenographer 1,800.00
212. One interpreter 1,680.00
213. One clerk of court 3,120.00
214. One deputy clerk of court 1,800.00
215. One deputy clerk of court 1,680.00
216. One docket clerk 900.00
217. One docket clerk 840.00
218. One docket clerk 660.00
219. Five clerks at P600 3,000.00
220. One clerk-messenger 600.00
221. One provincial sheriff 1,800.00
222. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00
223. One clerk 600.00

Twelfth Judicial District

Batangas

224. One judge 10,000.00
225. One stenographer 1,800.00
226. One interpreter 1,320.00
227. One clerk of court 3,120.00
Excess of actual salary 80.00
228. One deputy clerk of court 1,680.00
229. Two docket clerks at P840 1,680.00
230. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
231. One messenger 600.00
232. One provincial sheriff 2,280.00
233. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00
234. One clerk 600.00

Mindoro

235. One judge 10,000.00
236. One clerk of court 1,320.00
237. One deputy clerk of court 660.00
238. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
239. One provincial sheriff 1,200.00
240. Two deputy sheriffs at P840 1,680.00

Marinduque

241. One deputy clerk of court 960.00
242. One clerk 660.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
243. One clerk 600.00
244. One provincial sheriff 1,200.00
245. One deputy sheriff 840.00

Romblon

246. One clerk of court 1,440.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
247. One deputy clerk of court 660.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
248. One clerk 600.00
249. One provincial sheriff 1,200.00
250. Two deputy sheriffs at P840 1,680.00

Thirteenth Judicial District

Quezon

251. Two judges at P10,000 20,000.00
252. One stenographer 2,400.00
253. Two stenographers at P2,280 4,560.00
254. One interpreter 2,940.00
255. One interpreter 1,440.00
256. One clerk of court 3,720.00
257. Two deputy clerks of court at P1,800 3,600.00
258. One docket clerk 900.00
259. One docket clerk 840.00
260. One clerk 900.00
261. Nine clerks at P600 5,400.00
262. One provincial sheriff 2,280.00
263. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00
264. One clerk 600.00

Fourteenth Judicial District

Camarines Sur

265. Two judges at P10,000 20,000.00
266. One stenographer 2,400.00
267. One interpreter 1,200.00
268. One clerk of court 3,120.00
269. One deputy clerk of court 1,320.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
270. One deputy clerk of court 1,320.00
271. One docket clerk 960.00
272. One docket clerk 840.00
273. One docket clerk 720.00
274. One docket clerk 660.00
275. Five clerks at P600 3,000.00
276. One clerk-messenger 600.00
277. One messenger 600.00
278. One provincial sheriff 1,560.00
279. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00
280. One clerk 600.00

Camarines Norte

281. One judge 10,000.00
282. One clerk of court 1,560.00
283. One deputy clerk of court 840.00
284. One docket clerk 720.00
285. One clerk 600.00
286. One provincial sheriff 1,200.00
287. One deputy sheriff 840.00

Fifteenth Judicial District

Albay

288. One judge 10,000.00
289. One stenographer 2,040.00
290. One interpreter 960.00
291. One clerk of court 3,120.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
292. One deputy clerk of court 1,680.00
293. One docket clerk 900.00
294. One assistant docket clerk 840.00
295. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
296. One provincial sheriff 1,800.00
297. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00
298. One clerk 600.00

Catanduanes

299. One deputy clerk of court 960.00
300. One clerk 600.00
301. One deputy sheriff 840.00

Sorsogon

302. One judge 10,000.00
303. One stenographer 2,040.00
304. One clerk of court 1,800.00
305. One deputy clerk of court 1,080.00
306. One docket clerk 660.00
307. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
308. One provincial sheriff 1,560.00
309. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00

Masbate

310. One clerk of court 1,560.00
311. One deputy clerk of court 720.00
312. One clerk 600.00
313. One provincial sheriff 1,200.00
314. One deputy sheriff 840.00

Sixteenth Judicial District

Capiz

315. One judge 10,000.00
316. One stenographer 1,800.00
317. One interpreter 900.00
318. One clerk of court 2,280.00
319. One deputy clerk of court 1,680.00
320. One docket clerk 840.00
321. One assistant docket clerk 720.00
322. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
323. One provincial sheriff 1,800.00
324. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00

Seventeenth Judicial District

Iloilo

325. Three judges at P10,000 30,000.00
326. One stenographer 2,940.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
327. Two stenographers at P2,280 4,560.00
328. One interpreter 2,040.00
329. One interpreter 1,680.00
330. One interpreter 1,320.00
331. One clerk of court 3,720.00
332. Two deputy clerks of court at P1,800 3,600.00
333. One deputy clerk of court 1,080.00
334. One docket clerk 1,080.00
335. One docket clerk 900.00
336. One docket clerk 840.00
337. One docket clerk 720.00
338. Six clerks at P600 3,600.00
339. One messenger 600.00
340. One provincial sheriff 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
341. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00
342. One clerk 600.00

Antique

343. One clerk of court 1,800.00
344. One deputy clerk of court 840.00
345. One docket clerk 720.00
346. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
347. One provincial sheriff 1,560.00
348. Two deputy sheriffs at P840 1,680.00

Eighteenth Judicial District

Occidental Negros

349. Two judges at P10,000 20,000.00
350. Two stenographers at P1,800 3,600.00
351. One interpreter 1,080.00
352. One interpreter 900.00
353. One clerk of court 3,120.00
354. Two deputy clerks of court at P1,320 2,640.00
355. Three docket clerks at P840 2,520.00
356. Five clerks at P600 3,000.00
357. One provincial sheriff 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
358. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00
359. One clerk 600.00

Nineteenth Judicial District

Oriental Negros and Siquijor

360. One judge 10,000.00
361. One stenographer 1,560.00
362. One interpreter 1,200.00
363. One clerk of court 2,400.00
364. One deputy clerk of court 1,320.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
365. One docket clerk 840.00
366. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
367. One bailiff 600.00
368. One provincial sheriff 1,800.00
369. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00

Twentieth Judicial District

Samar (Catbalogan)

370. One judge 10,000.00
371. One stenographer 1,800.00
372. One interpreter 1,080.00
373. One clerk of court 2,940.00
374. One deputy clerk of court 1,800.00
375. One docket clerk 840.00
376. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
377. One provincial sheriff 1,800.00
378. Two deputy sheriffs at P840 1,680.00

Samar (Borongan)

379. One judge 10,000.00
380. One stenographer 1,320.00
381. One interpreter 1,200.00
382. One deputy clerk of court 1,200.00
383. One docket clerk 600.00
384. One deputy sheriff 840.00

Twenty-First Judicial District

Leyte (Tacloban)

385. One judge 10,000.00
386. One stenographer 1,800.00
387. One interpreter 1,320.00
388. One clerk of court 3,120.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
389. One deputy clerk of court 1,680.00
390. One docket clerk 840.00
391. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
392. One provincial sheriff 1,800.00
393. Two deputy sheriffs at P840 1,680.00
394. One clerk 600.00

Leyte (Maasin)

395. One judge 10,000.00
396. One stenographer 1,800.00
397. One interpreter 960.00
398. One clerk of court 2,400.00
399. One deputy clerk of court 840.00
400. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
401. One deputy sheriff 840.00

Twenty-Second Judicial District

Cebu

402. Three judges at P10,000 30,000.00
403. One stenographer 2,940.00
Excess of actual salary 260.00
404. One stenographer 2,400.00
405. One stenographer 2,040.00
406. One interpreter 1,800.00
407. One interpreter 1,560.00
408. One interpreter 1,200.00
409. One clerk of court 3,720.00
410. Two deputy clerks of court at P2,040 4,080.00
411. One clerk 900.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
412. One clerk 900.00
413. Two clerks at P660 1,320.00
Excess of actual salary at P60 120.00
414. One clerk 660.00
415. Eight clerks at P600 4,800.00
416. Three bailiffs at P600 1,800.00
417. One provincial sheriff 2,280.00
418. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00
419. One clerk 600.00

Twenty-Third Judicial District

Bohol

420. One judge 10,000.00
421. One stenographer 1,200.00
422. One interpreter 840.00
423. One clerk of court 2,400.00
424. One deputy clerk of court 1,320.00
425. One docket clerk 900.00
426. One clerk 600.00
427. One messenger 600.00
428. One provincial sheriff 1,800.00
429. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00

Twenty-Fourth Judicial District

Surigao

430. One judge 10,000.00
431. One stenographer 1,200.00
432. One interpreter 840.00
433. One clerk of court 1,800.00
434. One deputy clerk of court 840.00
435. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
436. One provincial sheriff 1,560.00
437. Two deputy sheriffs at P840 1,680.00

Agusan

438. One clerk of court 1,200.00
439. One docket clerk 600.00
440. One provincial sheriff 1,200.00
441. One deputy sheriff 840.00

Oriental Misamis

442. One judge 10,000.00
443. One stenographer 1,800.00
444. One interpreter 1,200.00
445. One clerk of court 1,800.00
446. One deputy clerk of court 1,320.00
447. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
448. One provincial sheriff 1,320.00
449. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00

Occidental Misamis

350. One clerk of court 2,040.00
351. One deputy clerk of court 1,080.00
352. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
453. One provincial sheriff 1,200.00
454. Two deputy sheriffs at P840 1,680.00

Lanao

455. One clerk of court 1,440.00
456. One deputy clerk of court 660.00
457. One docket clerk 600.00
458. One provincial sheriff 1,200.00
459. One deputy sheriff 840.00

Bukidnon

460. One deputy clerk of court 660.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
461. One clerk 600.00
462. One provincial sheriff 1,200.00
463. One deputy sheriff 840.00

Twenty-Fifth Judicial District

Zamboanga

464. One judge 10,000.00
465. One stenographer 1,800.00
466. One interpreter 1,680.00
467. One clerk of court 2,400.00
468. One deputy clerk of court 1,320.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
469. One docket clerk 900.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
470. One docket clerk 840.00
471. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
472. One provincial sheriff 1,560.00
473. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00

Zamboanga (Dipolog)

474. One deputy clerk of court 720.00
475. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00

Sulu

476. One deputy clerk of court 720.00
477. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
478. One provincial sheriff 1,320.00
479. Two deputy sheriffs at P840 1,680.00

Twenty-Sixth Judicial District

Davao

480. One judge 10,000.00
481. One stenographer 1,320.00
482. One interpreter 1,200.00
483. One clerk of court 1,920.00
484. One deputy clerk of court 840.00
485. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
486. One provincial sheriff 1,800.00
487. Three deputy sheriffs at P840 2,520.00

Cotabato

488. One judge 10,000.00
489. One clerk of court 1,440.00
490. One deputy clerk of court 960.00
491. One docket clerk 660.00
492. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
493. One clerk-messenger 600.00
494. One provincial sheriff 1,200.00
495. Two deputy sheriffs at P840 1,680.00

Judges-at-Large

496. Eighteen judges-at-large at P9,000 162,000.00

Cadastral Judges

497. Fifteen cadastral judges at P8,400 126,000.00

Stenographers-at-Large

498. Two stenographers at P2,400 4,800.00
499. Five stenographers at P2,280 11,400.00
500. Six stenographers at P2,040 12,240.00
501. One stenographer 1,920.00
502. Thirty-nine stenographers at P1,800 70,200.00
503. Two stenographers at P1,560 3,120.00
504. Nine stenographers at P1,440 12,960.00
505. Twelve stenographers at P1,320 15,840.00
506. Eleven stenographers at P1,200 13,200.00
507. One clerk-stenographer 960.00
508. For additional court stenographers 50,000.00

Interpreters-at-Large

509. Nine interpreters at P1,200 10,800.00
510. Ten interpreters at P1,080 10,800.00
511. Thirteen interpreters at P960 12,480.00
512. Two interpreters at P900 1,800.00
513. Four interpreters at P840 3,360.00
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1,930,620.00
514. Less — savings to be made (159,788.00)
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Total P1,770,832.00
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(4) Justice of the Peace Courts

Justices of the Peace

1. Salaries of justices of the peace and auxiliary justices of the peace P1,197,140.00
2. Less — savings to be made (97,710.00)
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Total P1,099,430.00
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(5) Public Service Commission

Office of the Commissioner

1. One Public Service Commissioner P11,000.00
2. One Associate Commissioner 9,000.00

Legal Division

3. One attorney 5,100.00
4. Four assistant attorneys at P3,120 12,480.00

Office of the Secretary

5. One secretary 4,200.00

Records Section

6. One deputy secretary and chief of records 2,400.00
7. One clerk 1,320.00
Excess of actual salary 240.00
8. One clerk 660.00
9. Eight clerks at P600 4,800.00
10. Two messengers at P600 1,200.00
11. One janitor-watchman, with quarters 600.00
12. Five laborers at P600 3,000.00

Stenographers Section

13. One chief stenographer 2,400.00
14. One stenographer 2,280.00
15. One stenographer 1,800.00
16. Two stenographers at P1,320 2,640.00
17. One stenographer 1,200.00
18. One clerk-stenographer 960.00
19. One clerk-stenographer 900.00
20. One clerk-stenographer 780.00

Docket Section

21. One docket clerk 900.00
22. One docket clerk 840.00

Accounting Section

23. Accounting officer (by detail).
24. One accountant 1,800.00
25. One clerk 600.00

Transportation Division

26. One engineer 6,000.00
27. One assistant engineer 2,400.00
28. One inspector-statistician 1,800.00

Inspectors and Agents Section

29. One supervising agent 1,800.00
30. One supervising agent 1,560.00
31. One inspector 1,800.00
32. One inspector 1,560.00
33. Twelve agents at P720 8,640.00

Industrial Division

34. One engineer 4,200.00
35. One assistant engineer 1,920.00

Office of the Assistant to the Commissioner

36. One assistant to the Commissioner 4,200.00
37. One property clerk and examiner 2,400.00
38. One cashier and disbursing officer 1,800.00
39. One clerk 660.00
40. One clerk 600.00
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114,440.00
41. Less — savings to be made (5,920.00)
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Total P108,520.00
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(6) Bureau of Prisons

(All with quarters in kind and prisoners’ service)

1. One Director, with furnished quarters P7,200.00
2. One Assistant Director, with furnished quarters 6,000.00

Administrative Division

3. One chief clerk and executive officer 3,960.00
4. One stenographer 900.00
5. One clerk 1,440.00
6. One law clerk 1,080.00
7. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
8. One messenger 600.00

Personnel Section

9. One chief of section 1,920.00
10. One clerk 1,080.00
11. One clerk 660.00
12. One clerk 600.00

Documents Section

13. One chief of section 1,680.00
14. One clerk 1,320.00

Identification Section

15. One identification officer and chief of section 1,800.00
16. One assistant identification officer 1,200.00
17. One identification clerk 900.00
18. One photographer 720.00

Classification Section

19. One clerk 780.00
20. Two clerks at P660 1,320.00

Records Section

21. One chief of section 1,560.00
22. One clerk 1,080.00
23. One clerk 780.00
24. One clerk 660.00

Accounting Section

25. Accounting officer (by detail).
26. One clerk 1,320.00
27. One clerk 960.00
28. One clerk 720.00

Cash and Property Division

29. One chief of division 2,400.00
30. One clerk 600.00

Property Section

31. One property officer and chief of section 2,280.00
32. One clerk 900.00
33. One clerk 840.00
34. Two clerks at P660 1,320.00
35. One clerk 600.00

Commissary Section

36. One commissary officer 900.00
37. One clerk 600.00

Cash Section

38. One cashier and disbursing officer 1,800.00
39. One trust fund officer 1,200.00

Medical Division

40. One inspector of prison hospitals, with subsistence and laundry 3,960.00

New Bilibid Prison

41. One superintendent, with furnished quarters 3,960.00
42. One assistant superintendent 2,580.00
43. One senior inspector 2,580.00
44. One inspector 2,280.00
45. Two inspectors at P1,800 3,600.00
46. Two junior inspectors at P1,320 2,640.00
47. Three junior inspectors at P1,200 3,600.00
48. Six junior inspectors at P960 5,760.00
49. Sixteen first-class guards at P900 14,400.00
50. Eighteen second-class guards at P720 12,960.00
51. Three second-class guards at P660 1,980.00
52. One hundred forty-six third-class guards at P600 87,600.00
53. One mess officer 1,200.00
54. One assistant mess officer 720.00

Educational Section

55. One principal teacher 1,200.00
56. Two chaplains at P1,200 2,400.00
57. One band leader 900.00

Medical Section

58. Two medical officers at P2,400, with subsistence and laundry 4,800.00
59. One radiologist, with subsistence and laundry 2,400.00
60. One pharmacist, with subsistence and laundry 1,800.00
61. One pharmacy clerk, with subsistence and laundry 660.00
62. One dentist, with subsistence and laundry 1,920.00
63. One dentist-at-large, with subsistence and laundry 1,200.00
64. Eight internes, without compensation but with subsistence.
65. One chief nurse, with subsistence and laundry 1,800.00
66. One surgical and operating nurse, with subsistence and laundry 960.00
67. Five nurses at P720, with subsistence and laundry 3,600.00
68. Three nurses at P480, with subsistence and laundry 1,440.00
69. One nurse-dietitian, with subsistence and laundry 720.00
70. One junior bacteriologist, with subsistence and laundry 900.00
71. One sanitary inspector, with subsistence and laundry 480.00

Utilities Section

72. One building construction superintendent 2,280.00
73. One chief mechanic 2,280.00
74. One foreman 1,320.00
75. Two chauffeurs at P660 1,320.00
76. Five chauffeurs at P600 3,000.00

Correctional Institution for Women

77. One superintendent, with furnished quarters 2,940.00
78. One assistant superintendent, with furnished quarters 1,200.00
79. One junior inspector 1,200.00
80. Four third-class guards at P600 2,400.00
81. Five foremen at P600 3,000.00
82. Six wardresses at P600 3,600.00

Iwahig Penal Colony

83. One superintendent, with furnished quarters 3,960.00
84. One assistant superintendent, with furnished quarters 3,300.00
85. One chief clerk and cashier 1,800.00
86. One medical officer, with subsistence and laundry 2,040.00
87. One dentist 1,200.00
88. One nurse, with subsistence and laundry 1,200.00
89. One pharmacist 900.00
90. One property clerk 960.00
91. Two chaplains at P1,200 2,400.00
92. One band leader 840.00
93. One ranch foreman 1,320.00
94. One general overseer 1,320.00
95. One farming instructor 1,320.00
96. One foreman, mechanical engineer 1,200.00
97. One agricultural foreman 1,080.00
98. One foreman, building construction 900.00
99. One road and bridge foreman 900.00
100. One agricultural foreman 720.00
101. One supply and equipment foreman 600.00
102. One cattle foreman 600.00
103. One fisher foreman 600.00

San Ramon Prison and Penal Farm

104. One superintendent, with furnished quarters 4,200.00
105. One assistant superintendent, with furnished quarters 3,480.00
106. One mechanic 2,400.00
107. One medical officer, with subsistence and laundry 1,920.00
108. One property clerk 1,440.00
109. One pharmacist 900.00
110. One nurse, with subsistence and laundry 720.00
111. One copra foreman 720.00
112. One first sergeant 720.00
113. One provost sergeant 600.00
114. Three duty sergeants at P600 1,800.00
115. Six corporals at P600 3,600.00
116. Sixty-nine privates at P600 41,400.00
117. Re-enlistment pay for San Ramon guards 1,140.00

Davao Penal Colony

118. One superintendent, with furnished quarters 4,200.00
119. One assistant superintendent, with furnished quarters 3,120.00
120. One chief clerk and cashier 1,800.00
121. One property clerk 1,080.00
122. One medical officer, with subsistence and laundry 1,920.00
123. Two internes, without compensation but with subsistence.
124. One nurse, with subsistence and laundry 1,080.00
125. One pharmacist 960.00
126. One general overseer 1,560.00
127. One foreman, mechanical engineer 2,040.00
128. One ranger 1,560.00
129. One farming instructor 1,200.00
130. One farming instructor 1,080.00
131. Two farming instructors at P900 1,800.00
132. One foreman, hog farm 900.00
133. One foreman, building construction 840.00
134. One foreman-machinist 780.00
135. One foreman 840.00
136. One foreman 780.00
137. One foreman 780.00
Excess of actual salary 10.00
138. Three foremen at P660 1,980.00
139. Five guards at P600 3,000.00

Miscellaneous

140. For subsistence of employees who are entitled thereto under the provisions of paragraph (11)-(c), General Provisions, Section 7 of Commonwealth Act No. 246, and quarters and laundry: PROVIDED, That the allowances for subsistence, quarters and laundry may be commuted when authorized by the Head of Department and in the case of employees who have, heretofore, been allowed such commutation, and commutation for quarters shall be allowed only while government quarters are not available for the purpose, any provision of existing law to the contrary notwithstanding 13,482.00
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399,412.00
141. Less — savings to be made (23,710.00)
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Total P375,702.00
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(7) General Land Registration Office

1. One Chief of the Office P7,200.00

Administrative Division

2. One chief of division 4,800.00

General Service Section

3. One inspector 2,940.00
4. One clerk 2,160.00
5. One clerk-stenographer 1,800.00
6. One clerk 1,440.00
7. Two clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
8. One clerk 1,080.00
9. One clerk 600.00
10. One messenger 600.00
11. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Personnel Section

12. One chief of section 2,160.00
13. One clerk 900.00
14. One clerk 720.00
15. One clerk 660.00
16. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
17. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Records Section

18. One chief of section 1,800.00
19. One clerk 960.00
20. One clerk 660.00
21. One clerk 600.00
22. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Cash Section

23. One cashier and disbursing officer 1,680.00
24. One clerk 600.00

Accounting Section

25. Accounting officer (by detail).
26. One clerk 1,800.00
27. Two clerks at P840 1,680.00
28. One clerk 660.00
29. Five clerks P600 3,000.00

Typewriting and Checking Section

30. One chief of section 1,080.00
31. Nine typists at P720 6,480.00
32. Five typists at P600 3,000.00
33. One clerk 720.00
34. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
35. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Registry of Deeds

Abra

36. One register of deeds 1,800.00
37. One clerk 600.00

Agusan

38. One register of deeds 1,800.00
39. One clerk 600.00

Albay

40. One register of deeds 2,400.00
41. One clerk 900.00
42. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
43. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Antique

44. One register of deeds 1,800.00
45. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
46. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Baguio and Benguet

47. One register of deeds, with quarters 2,400.00
48. One clerk 720.00
49. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
50. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Bataan

51. One register of deeds 2,400.00
52. One clerk 720.00
53. One clerk 600.00
54. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Batanes

55. One clerk 600.00

Batangas

56. One register of deeds 2,400.00
57. One clerk 840.00
58. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
59. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Bohol

60. One register of deeds 1,800.00
61. One clerk 600.00
62. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Bukidnon

63. One clerk 600.00

Bulacan

64. One register of deeds 3,000.00
65. One clerk 960.00
66. Two clerks at P660 1,320.00
67. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
68. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Cagayan

69. One register of deeds 1,800.00
70. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00

Camarines Norte

71. One register of deeds 1,800.00
72. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00

Camarines Sur

73. One register of deeds 2,400.00
74. One clerk 720.00
75. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
76. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Capiz

77. One register of deeds 2,400.00
78. One clerk 720.00
79. One clerk 660.00
80. One clerk 600.00
81. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Catanduanes

82. One clerk 720.00

Cavite

(City and Province)

83. One register of deeds 2,400.00
84. One clerk 840.00
85. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
86. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Cebu

(City and Province)

87. One register of deeds 3,600.00
88. One clerk 1,200.00
89. One clerk 1,080.00
90. One clerk 900.00
91. One clerk 720.00
92. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
93. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Cotabato

94. One register of deeds 2,400.00
95. One clerk 660.00
96. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00

Davao

(City and Province)

97. One register of deeds 2,400.00
98. One clerk 840.00
99. One clerk 660.00
100. One clerk 600.00
101. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Ilocos Norte

102. One register of deeds 2,400.00
103. One clerk 720.00
104. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
105. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Ilocos Sur

106. One register of deeds 2,400.00
107. One clerk 720.00
108. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
109. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Iloilo

110. One register of deeds 3,600.00
111. One clerk 1,440.00
112. One clerk 960.00
113. One clerk 720.00
114. Six clerks at P600 3,600.00
115. Two janitor-messengers at P600 1,200.00

Isabela

116. One register of deeds 2,400.00
117. Three clerks P600 1,800.00
118. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Laguna

119. One register of deeds 3,000.00
120. One clerk 1,440.00
121. One clerk 720.00
122. One clerk 660.00
123. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
124. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Lanao

125. One register of deeds 1,800.00
126. One clerk 600.00

La Union

127. One register of deeds 2,400.00
128. One clerk 660.00
129. One clerk 600.00
130. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Leyte

131. One register of deeds 2,400.00
132. One clerk 960.00
133. One clerk 600.00
134. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Manila

135. One register of deeds 5,400.00
136. One deputy register of deeds 3,120.00
137. One clerk 1,800.00
138. One clerk 1,680.00
139. One clerk 1,560.00
140. One clerk 1,440.00
141. Three clerks at P1,320 3,960.00
142. Two clerks P1,080 2,160.00
143. One clerk 900.00
144. One clerk 840.00
145. Three clerks at P780 2,340.00
146. One clerk 720.00
147. One clerk 660.00
148. Five clerks at P600 3,000.00
149. One typist 600.00
150. One clerk-messenger 600.00
151. One messenger 600.00
152. One vault-keeper 600.00
153. One janitor-porter 600.00
154. Two laborers at P600 1,200.00

Marinduque

155. One clerk 600.00

Masbate

156. One register of deeds 1,800.00
157. One clerk 600.00

Mindoro

158. One register of deeds 1,800.00
159. One clerk 840.00
160. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00

Misamis Occidental

161. One register of deeds 1,800.00
162. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00

Misamis Oriental

163. One register of deeds 1,800.00
164. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00

Mountain Province

165. One clerk 660.00

Negros Occidental and Bacolod City

166. One register of deeds 3,600.00
167. One deputy register of deeds 1,800.00
168. One clerk 1,440.00
169. One clerk 840.00
170. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
171. One clerk 660.00
172. Eight clerks at P600 4,800.00
173. One janitor-messenger 600.00
174. One janitor 600.00

Negros Oriental

175. One register of deeds 2,400.00
176. One clerk 720.00
177. One clerk 600.00
178. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Nueva Ecija

179. One register of deeds 3,600.00
180. One clerk 960.00
181. One clerk 660.00
182. Seven clerks at P600 4,200.00
183. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Nueva Vizcaya

184. One register of deeds 2,400.00
185. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
186. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Palawan

187. One clerk 600.00

Pampanga

188. One register of deeds 3,000.00
189. One clerk 900.00
190. One clerk 660.00
191. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
192. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Pangasinan

193. One register of deeds 3,600.00
194. One clerk 960.00
195. Six clerks at P600 3,600.00
196. One typist 600.00
197. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Quezon City

198. One register of deeds 2,400.00
199. One clerk 1,440.00
200. One clerk 720.00
201. One clerk-messenger 600.00

Quezon Province

202. One register of deeds 3,000.00
203. One clerk 1,200.00
204. One clerk 720.00
205. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
206. One typist 600.00
207. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Rizal

208. One register of deeds 3,600.00
209. One clerk 1,320.00
210. One clerk 900.00
211. One clerk 840.00
212. One clerk 660.00
213. Six clerks at P600 3,600.00
214. One typist 600.00
215. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Romblon

216. One register of deeds (ex-officio provincial fiscal) 1,800.00
217. One clerk 600.00

Samar

218. One register of deeds 1,800.00
219. One clerk 720.00
220. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00

San Pablo City

221. One clerk 720.00

Sorsogon

222. One register of deeds 1,800.00
223. One clerk 600.00
224. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Sulu

225. One clerk 600.00

Surigao

226. One register of deeds 1,800.00
227. One clerk 720.00
228. One clerk 600.00

Tagaytay City

229. One clerk 600.00

Tarlac

230. One register of deeds 3,000.00
231. One clerk 900.00
232. Two clerks at P660 1,320.00
233. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
234. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Zambales

235. One register of deeds 1,800.00
236. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
237. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Zamboanga

238. One register of deeds 2,400.00
239. One clerk 1,080.00
240. One clerk 720.00
241. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
242. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Zamboanga City

243. One register of deeds 1,800.00

Cadastral Personnel

244. Eight deputy clerks of court at P1,440 11,520.00
245. Three deputy clerks of court at P1,200 3,600.00
246. One deputy clerk of court 1,080.00
247. Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
Excess of actual salary at P60 120.00
248. Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
249. One clerk 780.00
250. Three clerks at P720 2,160.00
251. Two clerks at P660 1,320.00
Excess of actual salary at P60 120.00
252. Two clerks at P660 1,320.00
253. Eight clerks at P600 4,800.00
254. Six messengers at P600 3,600.00

Land Titles Division

255. One chief of division 4,800.00
256. One computer 1,440.00
257. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Plan Examination Section

258. One surveyor and chief of section 3,120.00
259. One surveyor 2,940.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
260. One assistant surveyor 1,560.00
261. One assistant surveyor 1,440.00

Drafting Section

262. One chief of section 1,800.00
263. One computer 840.00
264. Five draftsmen at P720 3,600.00
265. Five draftsmen at P600 3,000.00
266. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Subdivision Plan Section

267. One chief of section 1,560.00
268. One clerk 1,080.00
269. Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
270. One clerk 660.00
271. One computer 900.00
272. One blueprinter 600.00

Publication Section

273. One chief of section 1,320.00
274. One clerk 900.00
275. One clerk 780.00
276. Three clerks at P660 1,980.00
277. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
278. One mimeograph operator 600.00

Ordinary Decree Section

279. One chief of section 1,440.00
280. One clerk 1,200.00
281. One clerk 780.00

Cadastral Decree Section

282. One clerk 1,800.00
283. One clerk 1,440.00
284. One clerk 1,080.00
285. Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
286. One clerk 780.00
287. One clerk 660.00
288. Eight clerks at P600 4,800.00
289. One typist 600.00
290. One messenger 600.00

Judicial Division

291. One chief of division 3,960.00
292. One clerk 2,400.00
293. One clerk-stenographer 1,800.00
294. Two clerks at P1,440 2,880.00
295. One clerk 960.00
296. One clerk 780.00
297. One messenger 600.00

Docket Division

298. One chief of division 2,400.00

Documents Section

299. One chief of section 1,080.00
300. One clerk 780.00
301. Three clerks at P720 2,160.00
302. One clerk 660.00
303. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
304. One clerk-typist 600.00
305. One laborer-stitcher 600.00

Vault Section

306. Four vault-keepers at P600 2,400.00

Miscellaneous Section

307. One chief of section 900.00
308. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00

Property Division

309. One chief of division 2,400.00
310. One clerk 1,200.00
311. One clerk 780.00
312. One clerk 600.00
313. One head janitor 660.00
314. Four janitors at P600 2,400.00
315. Two night watchmen at P600 1,200.00
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476,640.00
316. Less — savings to be made (34,420.00)
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Total P442,220.00
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(8) Court of Industrial Relations

Office of the Judges

1. One presiding Judge P11,000.00
2. Two associate Judges at P10,000 20,000.00

Law Division

3. One chief of division 6,000.00
4. One assistant 3,480.00
5. Two attorneys at P3,120 6,240.00
6. Three attorneys at P2,760 8,280.00
7. Two attorneys at P2,580 5,160.00
8. One attorney 2,400.00

Office of the Clerk of Court

9. One clerk of court 4,200.00
10. One clerk-stenographer 1,200.00
11. One clerk 1,080.00
12. One clerk-messenger 600.00
13. One night watchman 600.00

Administrative Section

14. One chief of section 2,760.00
15. Two deputy clerks of court at P1,920 3,840.00
16. Three deputy clerks of court at P1,800 5,400.00
17. Two interpreters at P1,800 3,600.00
18. One interpreter 1,560.00
19. One interpreter 1,440.00
20. One clerk 840.00
21. One clerk 780.00
22. One docket clerk 660.00
23. One typist 660.00
24. One typist 600.00
25. Five bailiffs at P600 3,000.00
26. One clerk-messenger 600.00

Finance Section

27. One chief of section 2,400.00
28. One collecting and disbursing officer and property custodian 1,920.00
29. One stock clerk 720.00
30. One index clerk 600.00
31. One typist 600.00
32. One janitor and caretaker of the building 600.00
33. Two clerk-messengers at P600 1,200.00
34. Three janitor-messengers at P600 1,800.00
35. One janitor-messenger 600.00

Accounting Section

36. Accounting officer (by detail).
37. One clerk 960.00
38. One clerk 600.00

Stenographers’ Section

39. One court reporter and chief of section 3,120.00
40. One stenographer (bilingual) 2,940.00
41. Two stenographers at P2,400 4,800.00
42. Two stenographers (bilingual) at P2,280 4,560.00
43. Three stenographers at P1,800 5,400.00
44. One stenographer 1,800.00

Examining Division

45. One chief examiner 5,100.00
46. One examiner 3,120.00
47. One examiner 2,160.00
48. Two assistant examiners at P1,320 2,640.00
49. One statistical clerk 1,200.00
50. One statistical clerk 600.00
51. One clerk 840.00
52. One typist 600.00
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146,860.00
53. Less — savings to be made (10,510.00)
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Total P136,350.00
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(9) National Bureau of Investigation

Office of the Director

1. One Director P7,200.00
2. One assistant to the Director (executive officer and chief of the Investigation Division) 5,100.00
3. One assistant to the Director (evaluation officer and chief of the Administrative Division) 5,100.00
4. One secretary-stenographer (bilingual) 2,760.00
5. One stenographer 1,920.00

Investigation Division

6. Chief of division by detail.
7. Five district agents at P4,800 24,000.00
8. One district agent at-large 4,800.00
9. Fifty special agents at P3,720 186,000.00
10. Twenty-five field agents at P3,120 78,000.00
11. Twenty-five field agents at P2,400 60,000.00
12. One technical criminal expert (custodian of evidence) 3,720.00
13. One assistant 1,440.00
14. Three jailers at P1,200, with quarters 3,600.00

Administrative Division

15. Evaluation officer and chief of division by detail.
16. One assistant chief of division 3,720.00

Statistics and Records Section

17. One statistician and chief of section 3,120.00
18. One clerk-statistician 2,400.00
19. One senior record clerk 1,920.00
20. One assistant record clerk 1,800.00
21. Two clerk-statisticians at P1,200 2,400.00
22. One librarian 1,200.00
23. One clerk 960.00
24. Two clerk-filers at P720 1,440.00

Stenographers’ and Typists’ Pool

25. Two stenographers at P2,280 4,560.00
26. Three stenographers at P1,560 4,680.00
27. Ten stenographers at P1,440 14,400.00
28. Four clerk-stenographers at P1,200 4,800.00
29. Three clerk-typists at P960 2,880.00
30. One mimeograph operator 960.00

Craft, Janitorial and Vigilance Section

31. One mechanic and technician 2,400.00
32. Two chauffeurs at P1,200 2,400.00
33. Four janitor-messengers at P720 2,880.00
34. Three watchmen at P720 2,160.00

Cash and Property Section

35. One cashier and disbursing officer 2,400.00
36. One property clerk 1,440.00
37. Two clerk-typists at P780 1,560.00

Photographers’ Pool

38. One photographer in-charge 3,120.00
39. One special photographer 1,800.00
40. Three photographers at P1,200 3,600.00

Accounting Section

41. One accounting officer 2,760.00
42. One clerk-bookkeeper 1,440.00
43. Two clerks at P960 1,920.00

Medico-Legal Division

44. One medico-legal expert and chief of division 4,800.00
45. One medico-legal expert 4,200.00
46. Two medico-legal officers at P3,960 7,920.00
47. One medico-legal officer 3,120.00
48. One medico-legal officer 2,400.00
49. One lady nurse 1,440.00
50. Two laboratory technicians at P960 1,920.00
51. Three morgue attendants at P960 2,880.00
52. One clerk-typist 900.00

Forensic Chemistry Division

53. One chemist and chief of division 4,800.00
54. One forensic chemist 3,720.00
55. One chemist-toxicologist 3,720.00
56. Two chemists at P2,400 4,800.00
57. One laboratory assistant 960.00
58. One clerk-typist 900.00

Identification Division

59. One chief of division 4,800.00
60. One fingerprint expert and assistant chief of division 3,720.00
61. Five senior fingerprint technicians at P1,920 9,600.00
62. One senior fingerprint technician 1,800.00
63. One fingerprint operator and in-charge of kardex 1,440.00
64. Four fingerprint operators at P1,200 4,800.00
65. Six assistant fingerprint operators at P960 5,760.00
66. One clerk-typist 960.00

Division of Questioned Documents and Ballistics

67. One expert and chief of division 4,800.00
68. One document examiner 3,720.00
69. One assistant document examiner 2,400.00
70. One ballistician 3,720.00
71. One assistant ballistician 2,400.00
72. One armory officer 1,920.00
73. One armory assistant 1,200.00
74. One clerk-typist 900.00

Anti-Usury Division

75. One chief of division 6,000.00
76. One assistant 3,960.00

Administrative Section

77. One clerk 1,560.00
78. One docket clerk 960.00
79. One stenographer 660.00
80. One stenographer 600.00
81. One clerk 780.00
82. One clerk 720.00
83. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
84. One typist 600.00
85. One messenger 600.00

Legal Section

86. One attorney 1,680.00
87. One attorney 1,320.00
88. One clerk 720.00
89. One messenger 600.00

Enforcement Section

90. One agent 2,760.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
91. One agent 1,680.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
92. One agent 1,440.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
93. Three agents at P960 2,880.00
Excess of actual salary at P60 180.00
94. Four agents at P840 3,360.00
95. One agent 720.00
96. One agent 600.00
97. One clerk 600.00
98. One helper 600.00
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604,800.00
99. Less — savings to be made (2,050.00)
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Total P602,750.00

(10) Bureau of Immigration

Office of the Commissioner

1. One Commissioner of Immigration P10,000.00
2. One Deputy Commissioner 9,000.00
3. One Deputy Commissioner 8,400.00
4. Three secretaries at P1,440 4,320.00

Board of Special Inquiry

5. Five chairmen at P3,720 18,600.00
6. Five members at P2,760 13,800.00
7. Five member-secretaries at P2,400 12,000.00
8. Five interpreters at P1,080 5,400.00

Administrative Division

9. One administrative officer and secretary of the Commission 5,100.00
10. One assistant 3,960.00
11. One attorney 3,120.00
12. One attorney 2,580.00
13. Two assistants at P2,400 4,800.00
14. One law clerk 1,920.00
15. One law clerk 1,560.00
16. One clerk 1,440.00
17. One clerk 1,200.00
18. One clerk 900.00
19. Two stenographers at P1,200 2,400.00
20. Two stenographers at P960 1,920.00
21. One messenger 600.00
22. Three janitors at P600 1,800.00
23. One helper 600.00

Accounting Section

24. Accounting officer (by detail).
25. One accountant 1,200.00
26. One clerk 780.00

Cash and Property Section

27. One disbursing and collecting officer and property custodian 1,800.00
28. One clerk 1,200.00

Records Section

29. One chief of section 3,120.00
30. One clerk 2,400.00
31. Two clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
32. Three clerks at P1,080 3,240.00
33. Four clerks at P960 3,840.00
34. Two clerks at P840 1,680.00
35. One clerk 720.00
36. Six clerks at P600 3,600.00
37. One messenger 600.00
38. Two helpers at P600 1,200.00

Bond Section

39. One chief of section 2,400.00
40. One clerk 1,440.00
41. Three clerks at P1,080 3,240.00
42. One clerk 960.00
43. One clerk 840.00
44. One clerk 780.00

Cebu Immigration Station

45. One immigrant inspector 2,940.00
46. One messenger 600.00

Davao Immigration Station

47. One immigrant inspector 2,940.00
48. One messenger 600.00

Iloilo Immigration Station

49. One immigrant inspector 2,580.00
50. One messenger 600.00

Zamboanga Immigration Station

51. One immigrant inspector 2,580.00
52. One messenger 600.00

Aparri Immigration Station

53. One immigrant inspector 2,400.00
54. One clerk 960.00
55. One helper 600.00

Vigan Immigration Station

56. One immigrant inspector 2,400.00
57. One clerk 960.00
58. One helper 600.00

Legaspi Immigration Station

59. One immigrant inspector 2,400.00
60. One clerk 960.00
61. One helper 600.00

Tacloban Immigration Station

62. One immigrant inspector 2,400.00
63. One clerk 960.00
64. One helper 600.00

Puerto Princesa Immigration Station

65. One immigrant inspector 2,400.00
66. One clerk 960.00
67. One helper 600.00

Cotabato Immigration Station

68. One immigrant inspector 2,400.00
69. One clerk 960.00
70. One helper 600.00

Jolo Immigration Station

71. One immigrant inspector 2,400.00
72. One clerk 960.00
73. One helper 600.00

Mobile Unit

74. Two confidential agents at P1,920 3,840.00
75. Two confidential agents at P1,440 2,880.00
76. Three fingerprint operators at P1,200 3,600.00
77. One interpreter 960.00

Immigration Division

78. One supervisor 5,100.00
79. One assistant 3,960.00
80. One clerk 960.00

Boarding, Investigation and Deportation Service

81. One chief of section 3,720.00
82. One immigrant inspector 2,760.00
83. Five immigrant inspectors at P2,400 12,000.00
84. Five immigrant inspectors at P1,920 9,600.00
85. Five immigrant inspectors at P1,440 7,200.00
86. Five immigrant inspectors at P1,200 6,000.00

Certificate and Registration Service

87. One chief of section 3,720.00
88. One immigrant inspector 2,400.00
89. Five immigrant inspectors at P1,200 6,000.00
90. One interpreter 1,080.00
91. One clerk 1,200.00
92. Four clerks at P960 3,840.00
93. One clerk 720.00

Detention Service

94. One overseer 2,400.00
95. One immigrant inspector 1,440.00
96. One clerk 960.00
97. One clerk 840.00
98. One interpreter 960.00
99. One wardress 840.00
100. One wardress 720.00
101. Five guards at P720 3,600.00
102. Five guards at P600 3,000.00
103. Two watchmen at P720 1,440.00
104. Five janitors at P600 3,000.00
105. Three helpers at P600 1,800.00

Medical Service

106. One medical officer 3,960.00
107. One medical officer 2,400.00
108. One medical officer 1,920.00
109. Two nurses at P960 1,920.00

Fingerprint Section

110. One identification officer 1,920.00
111. One fingerprint technician 1,440.00
112. Two fingerprint operators at P960 1,920.00
113. Two fingerprint operators at P840 1,680.00
114. Five fingerprint operators at P720 3,600.00
115. One photographer 840.00
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318,160.00
116. Less — savings to be made (17,230.00)
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Total P300,930.00
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Total for salaries and wages P5,232,624.00
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II. — Sundry Expenses

1. Traveling expenses of personnel P260,125.00
2. Freight, express and delivery service 16,942.00
3. Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 41,007.00
4. Illumination and power service 21,142.00
5. Rental of buildings and grounds 63,815.00
6. Consumption of supplies and materials: PROVIDED, That out of this appropriation the sum of P200,000 shall be allotted to the Bureau of Prisons over and above the allotment received by the said Bureau for this purpose during the fiscal year 1946 781,802.00
7. Printing and binding reports, documents and publications 21,759.00
8. Contributions and gratuities 18,630.00
9. Traveling expenses of persons not government employees 52,044.00
10. Maintenance and repair of equipment 12,381.00
11. Other services 16,640.00
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Total for sundry expenses P1,306,287.00
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III. — Furniture and Equipment

1. For the purchase of furniture and equipment 79,300.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P79,300.00
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IV. — Special Purposes

1. For sundry expenses in connection with secret service and other contingencies P10,000.00
(a) Confidential expenses in the discretion of the Director of the National Bureau of Investigation P2,500.00
(b) Gratuities and traveling expenses of informants 7,500.00
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Total P10,000.00
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2. For the promotion and development of agriculture and industry in penal colonies, and for encouraging and promoting vocational training among the colonists, Act No. 4012, any provision of this Order or of any other existing law to the contrary notwithstanding 51,520.00

Salaries and Wages

(All with quarters in kind and prisoners’ service)

(a) Two industrial supervisors at P1,200 2,400.00
(b) One farming instructor 1,200.00
(c) Five industrial foremen at P780 3,900.00
(d) One horticulturist 780.00
(e) One foreman, piggery 780.00
(f) One foreman, animal husbandry 780.00
(g) Two industrial foremen at P720 1,440.00
(h) One agriculturist-foreman 660.00
(i) One industrial foreman 660.00
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12,600.00
(j) Less — savings to be made (740.00)
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Total for salaries and wages P11,860.00

Sundry Expenses

(k) Traveling expenses of personnel P300.00
(l) Freight, express and delivery service 100.00
(m) Consumption of supplies and materials 27,550.00
(n) Cash contributions and gratuities 5,500.00
(o) Other services 100.00
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33,550.00
(p) Less — savings to be made (740.00)
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Total for sundry expenses P32,810.00
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Furniture and Equipment

(q) For the purchase of furniture and equipment P1,850.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P1,850.00
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Special Expenses

(r) For the construction of chicken laying houses, hog pens and other structures P5,000.00
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Total for special expenses P5,000.00
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3. For expenses of law enforcement in cases of agrarian conflicts in accordance with the provisions of Commonwealth Act No. 413 92,000.00

Salaries and Wages

(a) One chief attorney P6,000.00
(b) One supervising attorney 4,200.00
(c) One assistant supervising attorney 3,720.00
(d) One chief clerk 3,720.00
(e) One attorney 3,480.00
(f) The attorneys at P2,940 8,820.00
(g) Ten attorneys at P2,400 24,000.00
(h) Nine attorneys at P1,800 16,200.00
(i) One agent 1,800.00
(j) Five agents at P1,200 6,000.00
(k) One agent 900.00
(l) One property custodian 1,200.00
(m) Two stenographers at P1,200 2,400.00
(n) One docket clerk 1,200.00
(o) Four clerk-stenographers at P720 2,880.00
(p) One clerk 600.00
(q) One messenger 600.00
(r) Two janitors at P600 1,200.00
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88,920.00
(s) Less — savings to be made (5,380.00)
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Total for salaries and wages P83,540.00
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Sundry Expenses

(t) Traveling expenses of personnel P6,300.00
(u) Freight, express and delivery service 250.00
(v) Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 860.00
(w) Rental of buildings and grounds 1,800.00
(x) Consumption of supplies and materials 1,710.00
(y) Traveling expenses of persons not government employees 580.00
(z) Other services 1,630.00
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13,130.00
(a-1) Less savings to be made (5,380.00)
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Total for sundry expenses P7,750.00
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Furniture and Equipment

(b-1) For the purchase of furniture and equipment P710.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P710.00
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4. For the operating expenses, including salaries and wages, sundry expenses, and furniture and equipment, of the People’s Court in carrying out the provisions of Commonwealth Act No. 682: PROVIDED, That no part of this appropriation shall be available for creating new positions nor for increasing the compensations authorized for existing positions 466,260.00

Salaries and Wages

Judges

(a) Fifteen judges at P10,000 P150,000.00
(b) Fifteen stenographers-at-large at P2,940 44,100.00

Office of the Clerk of Court and Administrative Officer

(c) One clerk of court 6,000.00
(d) One assistant clerk of court and chief clerk 4,500.00
(e) One stenographer 2,400.00
(f) Ten stenographers-at-large at P2,400 24,000.00
(g) Two interpreters at-large at P1,800 3,600.00
(h) One senior clerk 2,400.00
(i) One legal researcher 2,400.00
(j) One personnel clerk 1,440.00
(k) One record clerk 1,440.00
(l) One docket clerk 1,320.00
(m) Four special guards at P900 3,600.00
(n) Two janitor-messengers at P720 1,440.00

Accounting Section

(o) One accounting officer 3,120.00
(p) One clerk 1,440.00
(q) One clerk 960.00
(r) One clerk 720.00

Cash and Property Division

(s) One chief of division 4,500.00
(t) One assistant chief of division and ex-officio cashier and disbursing officer 2,400.00
(u) One property clerk 1,800.00
(v) One clerk 1,440.00
(w) Two clerks at P1,200 2,400.00
(x) One clerk 960.00
(y) One head janitor and watchman, with free quarters, light and water service 960.00
(z) Two laborers at P720 1,440.00

First Division

(a-1) One deputy clerk of court 3,120.00
(b-1) One interpreter 2,400.00
(c-1) One clerk 1,440.00
(d-1) One docket clerk 1,320.00
(e-1) One clerk 1,200.00
(f-1) One clerk 960.00
(g-1) One bailiff 900.00
(h-1) Two janitor messengers at P720 1,440.00

Second Division

(i-1) One deputy clerk of court 3,120.00
(j-1) One interpreter 2,400.00
(k-1) One clerk 1,440.00
(l-1) One docket clerk 1,320.00
(m-1) One clerk 1,200.00
(n-1) One clerk 960.00
(o-1) One bailiff 900.00
(p-1) Two janitor-messengers at P720 1,440.00

Third Division

(q-1) One deputy clerk of court 3,120.00
(r-1) One interpreter 2,400.00
(s-1) One clerk 1,440.00
(t-1) One docket clerk 1,320.00
(u-1) One clerk 1,200.00
(v-1) One clerk 960.00
(w-1) One bailiff 900.00
(x-1) Two janitor-messengers at P720 1,440.00

Fourth Division

(y-1) One deputy clerk of court 3,120.00
(z-1) One interpreter 2,400.00
(a-2) One clerk 1,440.00
(b-2) One docket clerk 1,320.00
(c-2) One clerk 1,200.00
(d-2) One clerk 960.00
(e-2) One bailiff 900.00
(f-2) Two janitor-messengers at P720 1,440.00

Fifth Division

(g-2) One deputy clerk of court 3,120.00
(h-2) One interpreter 2,400.00
(i-2) One clerk 1,440.00
(j-2) One docket clerk 1,320.00
(k-2) One clerk 1,200.00
(l-2) One clerk 960.00
(m-2) One bailiff 900.00
(n-2) Two janitor-messengers at P720 1,440.00

Service Division

(o-2) One chief of division 3,300.00
(p-2) One assistant 2,400.00
(q-2) Two assistants at P1,440 2,880.00
(r-2) Twenty service deputies at P900 18,000.00
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Total for salaries and wages P361,260.00
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Sundry Expenses

(s-2) Traveling expenses of personnel P40,000.00
(t-2) Freight, express and delivery service 1,000.00
(u-2) Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 1,500.00
(v-2) Illumination and power service 1,000.00
(w-2) Consumption of supplies and materials 33,250.00
(x-2) Printing and binding reports, documents and publications 2,000.00
(y-2) Maintenance and repair of equipment 5,000.00
(z-2) Other services 1,000.00
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Total for sundry expenses P84,750.00
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Furniture and Equipment

(a-3) For the purchase of furniture and equipment P14,250.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P14,250.00
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Special Expenses

(b-3) For the employment of such number of laborers from time to time as the need for them arises P1,000.00
(c-3) For subsistence of detained persons and other contingencies 5,000.00
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Total for special expenses P6,000.00
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5. For the operating expenses, including salaries and wages, sundry expenses, and furniture and equipment, of the Office of Special Prosecutors in carrying out the provisions of Commonwealth Act No. 682: PROVIDED, That no part of this appropriation shall be available for creating new positions nor for increasing the compensations authorized for existing positions 660,310.00

Salaries and Wages

Special Prosecutors

(a) The Solicitor General (Head of Office).
(b) Twenty-four special prosecutors at P7,200 P172,800.00

Legal Research Division

(c) One chief of division 3,960.00
(d) One assistant 3,720.00
(e) Five legal researcher-attorneys at P2,400 12,000.00
(f) Four legal researchers at P2,400 9,600.00
(g) Two stenographers at P1,800 3,600.00
(h) Two janitor-messengers at P720 1,440.00

Investigation Division

(i) One chief of division 3,720.00
(j) One assistant 3,120.00
(k) Seventy-one agents at P2,400 170,400.00
(l) One stenographer 1,800.00
(m) One janitor 720.00

Administrative Division

(n) One chief of division 3,120.00
(o) One assistant 2,400.00
(p) Two clerks at P1,800 3,600.00
(q) One cashier and disbursing officer 2,400.00
(r) One personnel clerk 1,440.00
(s) Three clerks at P1,440 4,320.00
(t) Three clerk-typists at P1,440 4,320.00
(u) Four guards at P960 3,840.00
(v) Four janitor-messengers at P720 2,880.00

Records and Docket Section

(w) One chief of section 2,400.00
(z) One docket clerk 1,440.00
(y) One clerk-typist 1,440.00
(z) One clerk-filer 1,320.00

Stenographers Section

(a-1) One chief of section 2,400.00
(b-1) Three stenographers at P2,400 7,200.00
(c-1) Seventeen stenographers at P1,800 30,600.00

Transportation Section

(d-1) One clerk-in-charge of transportation 1,440.00
(e-1) Two chauffeur-mechanics at P1,800 3,600.00
(f-1) Three chauffeurs at P1,200 3,600.00
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Total for salaries and wages P470,640.00
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Sundry Expenses

(g-1) Traveling expenses of personnel P100,000.00
(h-1) Freight, express and delivery service 1,000.00
(i-1) Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 1,500.00
(j-1) Illumination and power service 1,000.00
(k-1) Consumption of supplies and materials 28,500.00
(l-1) Printing and binding reports, documents and publications 1,500.00
(m-1) Traveling expenses of persons not government employees 25,000.00
(n-1) Maintenance and repair of equipment 10,000.00
(o-1) Other services 1,500.00
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Total for sundry expenses P170,000.00
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Furniture and Equipment

(p-1) For the purchase of furniture and equipment P14,250.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P14,250.00
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Special Expenses

(q-1) For the employment of such number of laborers from time to time as the need for them arises P420.00
(r-1) For contingent discretionary expenses to be spent at the discretion of the Solicitor General as head of the Office of Special Prosecutors 5,000.00
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Total for special expenses P5,420.00
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6. For the organization and operation of liaison offices between the United States Army, Navy or other agencies or instrumentalities of the Government of the United States established in the Philippines and the Government of the Philippines to help veterans, widows and orphans of Filipino citizens who served in the Armed Forces of the United States, and Filipino citizens who suffered losses and/or damages not exceeding P2,000 on account of war operations, in the enforcement of their claims by reason of such services and/or losses or damages, and for the training of personnel for the purpose 183,360.00

Salaries and Wages

(a) One executive officer P6,000.00
(b) One assistant and attorney 3,960.00
(c) One stenographer 1,440.00
(d) One messenger 600.00

Legal Staff

(e) Two attorneys at P3,120 6,240.00
(f) Four attorneys at P2,400 9,600.00
(g) One stenographer 1,440.00
(h) One messenger 600.00

Claims Section

(i) One chief of section 3,480.00
(j) Five attorneys at P3,120 15,600.00
(k) Nine attorneys at P2,400 21,600.00
(l) Twenty attorneys at P1,800 36,000.00
(m) Four stenographers at P1,440 5,760.00
(n) Ten typists at P600 6,000.00
(o) Two messengers at P600 1,200.00

Administrative and Records Section

(p) One chief of section 3,120.00
(q) One clerk 1,920.00
(r) One clerk 1,440.00
(s) One disbursing and collecting and property officer 1,800.00
(t) Two clerks at P960 1,920.00
(u) Three typists at P600 1,800.00
(v) Four janitors at P600 2,400.00

Accounting Section

(w) One clerk 1,440.00
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Total for salaries and wages P135,360.00
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Sundry Expenses

(x) Traveling expenses of personnel P25,000.00
(y) Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 5,000.00
(z) Illumination and power service 500.00
(a-1) Rental of buildings and grounds 4,800.00
(b-1) Consumption of supplies and materials 7,000.00
(c-1) Maintenance and repair of equipment 200.00
(d-1) Other services 500.00
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Total for sundry expenses P43,000.00
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Furniture and Equipment

(e-1) For the purchase of furniture and equipment P5,000.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P5,000.00
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7. For publication expenses of notices of the Courts of First Instance in connection with the reconstruction of judicial records during the war, pursuant to Act No. 3110 5,000.00
8. For the operating expenses of the Code Commission created under Executive Order No. 48, dated March 20, 1947 60,000.00

Salaries and Wages

(a) One Chairman P12,000.00
(b) Two members at P10,000 (full time) 20,000.00
(c) Two members at P5,000 (part time) 10,000.00
(d) One secretary to the Commission and administrative officer 5,100.00
(e) Two stenographers at P2,400 4,800.00
(f) Two typists at P1,200 2,400.00
(g) One messenger 720.00
(h) One janitor 600.00
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Total for salaries and wages P55,620.00
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Sundry Expenses

(i) Traveling expenses of personnel P500.00
(j) Postal, telephone, telegraph, cable and radio service 100.00
(k) Consumption of supplies and materials 2,400.00
(l) Other services 500.00
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Total for sundry expenses P3,500.00
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Furniture and Equipment

(m) For the purchase of furniture and equipment P880.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P880.00
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9. For allowances, transportation and other expenses of employees of the Bureau of Investigation to be sent as pensionados to the United States 10,000.00
10. For salaries and wages of temporary and emergency employees who may be needed for the registration of aliens 49,820.00

Salaries and Wages

Alien Registration Division

(a) One supervisor P5,100.00

Manila Registration Station

(b) One assistant 3,960.00
(c) One registration clerk 2,400.00
(d) One registration clerk 1,920.00
(e) One identification officer 2,400.00
(f) One confidential agent 1,440.00
(g) Two fingerprint technicians at P1,440 2,880.00
(h) One stenographer 1,440.00
(i) One interpreter 960.00
(j) Two fingerprint operators at P960 1,920.00
(k) Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
(l) One driver 960.00
(m) Three watchmen at P600 1,800.00
(n) Two helpers at P600 1,200.00

Mobile Unit

(o) Two registration clerks at P1,440 2,880.00
(p) Three fingerprint operators at P960 2,880.00
(q) One confidential agent 1,800.00
(r) One confidential agent 1,440.00
(s) Three agents at P960 2,880.00
(t) Six clerks at P960 5,760.00
(u) Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
(v) Two helpers at P600 1,200.00
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50,100.00
(w) Less — savings to be made (830.00)
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Total for salaries and wages P49,270.00
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Furniture and Equipment

For the purchase of furniture and equipment P550.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P550.00
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11. For the salaries and other expenses of supplementary personnel for the fixing and enforcement of schedules of rates and for supervision and regulation of the operation of motor vehicles and other services which have been granted certificate of public convenience or certificate of public convenience and necessity by the Public Service Commission under Commonwealth Act No. 146 65,505.00
To be paid out of the receipts under subsections D and E of section 40 of Commonwealth Act No. 146 (65,505.00)

Salaries and Wages

(a) One chief, inspection section P3,120.00
(b) One assistant chief, transportation division 3,120.00
(c) One assistant chief, industrial division 3,120.00
(d) One accountant 3,120.00
(e) Two district inspectors at P2,400 4,800.00
(f) One examiner 2,400.00
(g) One stenographer 2,940.00
(h) One stenographer 2,280.00
(i) One stenographer 1,920.00
(j) One record clerk 1,440.00
(k) Forty agents at P720 28,800.00
(l) One clerk 720.00
(m) One clerk 660.00
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58,440.00
(n) Less — savings to be made (900.00)
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Total for salaries and wages P57,540.00
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Sundry Expenses

(o) Traveling expenses of personnel P6,500.00
(p) Postal, telegraph, telephone, cable and radio service 160.00
(q) Consumption of supplies and materials 1,015.00
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7,675.00
(r) Less — savings to be made (900.00)
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Total for sundry expenses P6,775.00
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Furniture and Equipment

(s) For the purchase of furniture and equipment P1,190.00
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Total for furniture and equipment P1,190.00
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12. For salaries and wages of the personnel of the Standardizing Meter Laboratory pursuant to the provisions of Commonwealth Act No. 349, employed throughout the year 9,620.00
To be paid out of the Standardizing Meter Laboratory Revolving Fund (9,620.00)

Salaries and Wages

(a) One electrical engineer P3,960.00
(b) One mechanical or electrical engineer 3,120.00
(c) Four meter testers at P720 2,880.00
(d) One clerk 720.00
(e) One clerk 600.00
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11,280.00
(f) Less — savings to be made (1,660.00)
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Total for salaries and wages P9,620.00
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13. For salaries and wages of the personnel of the Bureau of Prisons — Industrial Division and the Salvage Warehouse employed throughout the year, any provision of existing law to the contrary notwithstanding 34,820.00
To be paid out of the Bureau of Prisons — Industrial Division and Salvage Warehouse Revolving Fund (34,820.00)

Salaries and Wages

(All with quarters in kind and prisoners’ service)

(a) One manager of industrial division P5,100.00

Cost Section

(b) One chief of section 1,920.00
(c) One clerk 900.00
(d) Two clerks at P660 1,320.00

Sales Section

(e) One chief of section 1,320.00
(f) One clerk 840.00
(g) One chauffeur 720.00

Purchase and Supply Section

(h) One chief of section 1,080.00
(i) One clerk 780.00

Machine and Vehicle Repair Shop — Section A

(j) One shop supervisor 1,800.00
(k) One automobile mechanic 1,320.00

Hardwood Furniture Shop — Section B

(l) One shop supervisor 2,400.00
(m) One foreman 840.00

Maintenance and Repair Shop — Section C

(n) One shop supervisor 1,800.00

Rattan and Bamboo Furniture Shop — Section D

(o) One shop supervisor 1,800.00

Tailor Shop — Section F

(p) One shop supervisor 1,440.00

Laundry Shop — Section G

(q) One shop supervisor 1,440.00

Salvage Warehouse

(r) One inspector 2,400.00
(s) One inspector 1,200.00
(t) One mechanic 1,920.00

Accounting Section

(u) One accountant 2,400.00
(v) One clerk 1,320.00
(w) One clerk 720.00
(x) One clerk 600.00
37,380.00
(y) Less — savings to he made (2,560.00)
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Total for salaries and wages P34,820.00
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Total for special purposes P1,588,270.00
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V. — Summary

Total for salaries and wages P5,232,624.00
Total for sundry expenses 1,306,287.00
Total for furniture and equipment 79,300.00
Total for special purposes 1,588,270.00
Less — savings to be made (386,990.00)
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Total amount available for the Department of Justice P7,819,491.00
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VI. — Special Provisions

1. With the approval of the Secretary of Justice, any unexpended balance of any appropriation of the Department of Justice may be used to cover a deficit in the appropriation for postage stamps for mailing notices of land registration cases and for publication of such notices in the Official Gazette.

2. When a province or chartered city, by reason of financial stress, is forced to declare a general reduction of the salaries of its officials and employees, the difference between the salary authorized by law for the provincial or city fiscal and the amount made available therefor by virtue of said reduction may, with the approval of the President of the Philippines, be paid from the savings of the appropriations for the Department of Justice herein provided, any provision of law to the contrary notwithstanding.

3. When the position of provincial sheriff is, or becomes, vacant in any province, the clerk of court shall automatically become ex officio provincial sheriff without additional compensation.

H. — DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES

I. — Salaries and Wages

(1) Office of the Secretary

1. One Secretary of Department P12,000.00
2. One Undersecretary of Department 9,000.00
3. One agricultural assistant 5,100.00
4. One private secretary 5,100.00
5. One assistant private secretary 2,400.00

Administrative Division

6. One administrative officer 6,000.00
7. One assistant 3,960.00
8. One personnel clerk 2,280.00
9. One disbursing and collecting officer 1,560.00
10. One property custodian 1,440.00
11. One clerk 2,760.00
12. One clerk 2,400.00
13. One clerk 2,040.00
14. One clerk 1,800.00
15. One clerk 1,560.00
16. One clerk 1,080.00
17. One clerk 960.00
18. One clerk 900.00
19. One clerk 900.00
20. One clerk 900.00
21. Two clerks at P840 1,680.00
22. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
23. One clerk 720.00
24. One clerk 660.00
25. One clerk 660.00
26. One clerk 600.00
27. One stenographer 720.00
28. One helper 600.00
29. Three helpers at P600 1,800.00
30. Two helpers at P600 1,200.00
32. One helper 600.00
33. One head janitor 1,200.00
34. One janitor 600.00
35. One skilled laborer at P5.50 per day for 300 days 1,650.00
36. Three skilled laborers at P5 per day for 300 days 4,500.00
37. Seven semi-skilled laborers at P3 per day for 300 days 6,300.00

Accounting Section

38. Accounting officer (by detail).
39. One accountant 2,400.00
40. One clerk 960.00
41. One helper 600.00

Legal Division

42. One chief of division 5,100.00
43. One investigator 5,100.00
44. One assistant 3,960.00
45. One attorney 2,940.00
46. One attorney 2,040.00
47. One clerk 1,800.00
48. One clerk 840.00

Technical Division

49. One chief of division 5,100.00
50. One technical assistant 3,720.00
51. One assistant 2,400.00
52. One stenographer 1,200.00

Division of Publications

53. One chief of division 4,200.00
54. One assistant chief of division 3,480.00

Editorial Section

55. One associate editor 2,940.00
56. One associate editor 2,760.00
57. One associate editor 2,280.00
58. One assistant editor 2,040.00
59. One junior editor 960.00
60. One junior editor 660.00
61. One clerk 900.00

Subscription and Mailing Section

62. One clerk 1,080.00
63. One clerk 600.00
64. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
65. One janitor 600.00

Photographic and Illustrating Section

66. One chief of section 780.00
67. One photographer 780.00
68. One photographer 600.00
69. One clerk 600.00
70. One artist 900.00
71. One artist 600.00
72. One artist 600.00
73. One helper 600.00

Duplicating Section

74. One duplicator 660.00
75. One multigraph operator 600.00
76. Three multigraph operators at P600 1,800.00

Bindery Section

77. One binder 1,320.00
78. One binder 600.00
79. One binder 600.00
80. Two binders at P600 1,200.00

Division of Soil Survey and Conservation

81. One chief of division 6,000.00
82. One soil chemist 3,720.00
83. One soil physicist 3,120.00
84. Two junior soil technologists at P1,560 3,120.00
85. One junior soil biologist 1,440.00
86. One soil technician 960.00
87. One soil technician 780.00
88. One soil technician 720.00
89. Two farm mechanics at P960 1,920.00
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185,550.00
90. Less — savings to be made (8,530.00)
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Total P177,020.00
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(2) Bureau of Plant Industry

1. One Director P7,200.00

Administrative Division

2. One chief of division 4,200.00
3. One assistant chief of division 2,760.00

General Service Section

4. One clerk 1,800.00
5. One clerk 840.00
6. One clerk 720.00
7. One clerk 660.00
8. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
9. Two skilled laborers at P600 1,200.00
10. Two laborers at P600 1,200.00

Records Section

11. One chief of section 2,400.00
12. One clerk 960.00
13. One clerk 840.00
14. Two clerks at P660 1,320.00
15. One clerk 600.00
16. Four messengers at P600 2,400.00
17. One skilled laborer 720.00
18. One skilled laborer 660.00
19. One laborer 600.00

Property Section

20. One chief of section 1,920.00
21. One clerk 960.00
22. One clerk 720.00
23. Six laborers at P600 3,600.00

Cashier’s Office

24. One disbursing and collecting officer 1,920.00
25. One clerk 600.00

Agricultural Reference Section

26. One associate agronomist 3,720.00
27. One junior agronomist 1,200.00
28. One clerk 840.00
29. One clerk 660.00
30. One skilled laborer 900.00

Accounting Section

31. One accounting officer 3,960.00
32. One accountant-bookkeeper 1,920.00
33. Two clerks at P840 1,680.00
34. One clerk 720.00
35. One skilled laborer 720.00

Agronomy and Horticulture Division

36. One chief of division 5,100.00

Agronomy Research Section

37. One chief of section 3,960.00
38. One junior agronomist 1,800.00
39. One junior agronomist 1,440.00
40. Two junior agronomists at P1,320 2,640.00
41. Three junior agronomists at P1,080 3,240.00
42. One assistant in agronomy 900.00
43. Two assistants in agronomy at P720 1,440.00
44. One clerk 720.00
45. Three laborers at P600 1,800.00

Horticulture Research Section

46. One chief of section 2,940.00
47. One assistant agronomist 1,920.00
48. Three junior agronomists at P1,800 5,400.00
49. Two junior agronomists at P1,560 3,120.00
50. Three junior agronomists at P1,080 3,240.00
51. One junior agronomist 960.00
52. Three laborers at P600 1,800.00

Plant Breeding and Introduction Section

53. One assistant agronomist 2,280.00
54. One assistant agronomist 2,160.00
55. One assistant in agronomy 720.00
56. One laborer 600.00

Agricultural Extension Division

57. One chief of division 5,100.00
58. One assistant chief of division 4,200.00
59. One junior agronomist 1,320.00
60. Two junior agronomists at P1,200 2,400.00
61. One clerk 600.00
62. One laborer 600.00

Farmers’ Conferences and Agricultural Fairs Section

63. One assistant agronomist 2,400.00
64. One junior agronomist 1,320.00

Field Service Section

65. One associate agronomist 3,720.00
66. Four junior agronomists at P1,200 4,800.00
67. One junior agronomist 1,080.00

Rural Improvement Section

68. One assistant agronomist 2,280.00
69. Three junior agronomists at P1,800 5,400.00
70. Two junior agronomists at P1,440 2,880.00
71. One junior agronomist 1,200.00
72. Five laborers at P600 3,000.00

Plant Pest and Disease Control Division

73. One chief of division 6,000.00
74. One assistant chief of division 4,500.00

Plant Pathology Section

75. One chief of section 3,120.00
76. One associate plant pathologist 3,720.00
77. One assistant plant pathologist 2,940.00
78. One assistant plant pathologist 2,760.00
Excess of actual salary 40.00
79. One assistant plant pathologist 2,280.00
80. One junior plant pathologist 1,800.00
81. One junior agronomist 1,680.00
82. One junior agronomist 1,080.00
83. One scientific research assistant 1,080.00
84. One scientific research assistant 960.00
85. One scientific research assistant 780.00
86. Four laborers at P600 2,400.00

Entomology Section

87. One junior agronomist 1,800.00
88. One junior agronomist 1,680.00
89. One junior agronomist 1,320.00
90. Three junior agronomists at P1,200 3,600.00
91. One junior agronomist 1,080.00
92. One assistant in agronomy 900.00
93. Two junior plant sanitation inspectors at P1,080 2,160.00
94. One junior plant sanitation inspector 720.00
95. One junior plant sanitation inspector 600.00
96. Five laborers at P600 3,000.00

Plant Quarantine Section

97. One chief of section 2,280.00
98. One junior agronomist 1,680.00
99. One junior agronomist 1,320.00
100. One junior plant sanitation inspector 1,080.00
101. One junior plant sanitation inspector 600.00
102. Two laborers at P600 1,200.00

Cebu Plant Quarantine Office

103. One junior plant sanitation inspector 660.00
104. One laborer 600.00

Iloilo Plant Quarantine Office

105. One junior agronomist 1,200.00

Zamboanga Plant Quarantine Office

106. One junior agronomist 1,320.00

Davao Plant Quarantine Office

107. One assistant in agronomy 900.00

Farm Management and Seed Production Division

108. One chief of division 5,100.00
109. One assistant agronomist 2,940.00
110. One junior agronomist 1,440.00
111. One junior agronomist 1,080.00
112. Three laborers at P600 1,800.00

Seed and Plant Distribution Section

113. One junior agronomist 1,320.00
114. One junior agronomist 960.00
Excess of actual salary 60.00
115. One laborer 600.00

Experiment and Propagation Stations and Seed Farms

116. One associate agronomist 3,720.00
117. Two assistant agronomists at P2,940 5,880.00
118. One assistant agronomist 2,280.00
119. One assistant agronomist 2,040.00
120. One assistant agronomist 1,920.00
121. One junior agronomist 1,680.00
122. Three junior agronomists at P1,320 3,960.00
123. Two junior agronomists at P1,080 2,160.00
124. One assistant in agronomy 840.00
125. Two assistants in agronomy at P780 1,560.00
126. One assistant in agronomy 600.00
127. One clerk 660.00
128. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
129. Three foremen at P600 1,800.00
130. One watchman 600.00
131. Seventy laborers at P600 42,000.00

Agricultural Engineering Section

132. One assistant agronomist 2,400.00
133. One junior agronomist 1,200.00
134. One junior draftsman 660.00
135. One skilled laborer 780.00
136. Two skilled laborers at P720 1,440.00
137. One skilled laborer 660.00
138. One skilled laborer 600.00
139. Twelve laborers at P600 7,200.00

Plant Utilization Division

140. One chief of division 5,100.00
141. One supervising home economics agent 2,400.00
142. One laboratory helper 600.00

Food Preparation and Preservation Section

143. One home economics agent 1,200.00
144. Three home economics agents at P900 2,700.00
145. One home economics agent 720.00
146. Two home economics agents at P660 1,320.00
147. Two home economics agents at P600 1,200.00
148. One demonstrator 1,320.00
149. One demonstrator 660.00
150. Two demonstrators at P600 1,200.00
151. Three laboratory helpers at P600 1,800.00
152. One clerk 660.00
153. One laborer 600.00

Home Extension Section

154. One home economics agent 1,200.00
155. One home economics agent 900.00
156. One home economics agent 840.00
157. Two home economics agents at P720 1,440.00
158. One home economics agent 600.00

Food Technology Section

159. One junior food technologist 1,440.00
160. One home economics agent 1,080.00
161. One home economics agent 720.00
162. One assistant in agronomy 660.00
163. Two laboratory helpers at P600 1,200.00

Miscellaneous

164. For emergency laborers needed at the various experiment and propagation stations at rates ranging from P1.50 to P5 each per day 9,800.00
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359,340.00
165. Less — saving to be made (20,610.00
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Total P338,730.00
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(3) Bureau of Animal Industry

Office of the Director

1. One Director P7,200.00
2. One clerk 1,200.00

Administrative Division

3. One chief of division 5,100.00
4. One assistant chief of division 3,960.00
5. One cashier and disbursing officer 1,800.00
6. One copy editor 1,440.00
7. One clerk 1,080.00
8. One clerk 720.00

Personnel and General Service Section

9. One chief of section 1,800.00
10. One clerk 840.00
11. One foreman 720.00
12. Four watchmen at P600 2,400.00
13. One laborer 600.00
14. One janitor 660.00

Property Section

15. One chief of section 2,400.00
16. One clerk 1,440.00
17. Four clerks at P660 2,640.00
18. One foreman 840.00
19. One blacksmith 900.00
Excess of actual salary 360.00
20. Two skilled laborers at P660 1,320.00
21. One skilled laborer 600.00
22. Two laborer-carpenters at P600 1,200.00

Records Section

23. One chief of section 1,800.00
24. One clerk 1,320.00
25. One clerk 660.00
26. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
27. One illustrator 600.00
28. One skilled laborer 660.00

Accounting Section

29. One accounting officer 3,960.00
30. One accountant-bookkeeper 1,920.00
31. One clerk 1,200.00
32. One clerk 960.00
33. One clerk 900.00

Animal Disease Control Division

34. One chief of division 6,000.00
35. One assistant chief of division 4,200.00
36. One veterinarian 4,200.00
37. One clerk 840.00
38. Eight livestock inspectors at P720 5,760.00
39. Thirty-three livestock inspectors at P600 19,800.00

Animal Quarantine Section

40. One supervising veterinarian 4,200.00
41. Three veterinarians at P2,940 8,820.00
42. One veterinarian 2,760.00
43. Three veterinarians at P2,400 7,200.00
44. One veterinarian 2,280.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
45. One assistant veterinarian 2,280.00
46. One assistant veterinarian 2,160.00
47. Two assistant veterinarians at P2,040 4,080.00
48. One assistant veterinarian 1,920.00
49. Six assistant veterinarians at P1,800 10,800.00
50. One assistant veterinarian 1,560.00
51. Two assistant veterinarians at P1,320 2,640.00
52. One livestock inspector 1,200.00
53. One livestock inspector 900.00
Excess of actual salary 180.00
54. Four livestock inspectors at P900 3,600.00
55. Two livestock inspectors at P840 1,680.00
56. Four livestock inspectors at P780 3,120.00
57. Three livestock inspectors at P720 2,160.00
58. One livestock inspector 660.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
59. Five livestock inspectors at P660 3,300.00
60. Three livestock inspectors at P600 1,800.00

Meat and Dairy Farm Inspection Section

61. One veterinarian 2,940.00
62. One assistant veterinarian 2,040.00
63. Two assistant veterinarians at P1,440 2,880.00
64. One assistant zootechnist 1,440.00

Veterinary Research Division

65. One chief of division 6,000.00
66. One assistant chief of division 4,500.00
67. One veterinarian 5,100.00
68. One pathologist 3,120.00
69. One clerk 1,320.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
70. One laborer 600.00

Biological Products Section

71. One chief of section 2,400.00
72. One livestock inspector 900.00
73. One foreman 780.00
74. One machinist 600.00
75. One laboratory technician 960.00
76. One laboratory technician 720.00
77. One skilled laborer 720.00
78. One laborer 660.00
79. Five laborers at P600 3,000.00
80. Two grooms at P600 1,200.00

Bacterial Diseases Section

81. One chief of section 1,920.00
82. One machinist 660.00
83. Two grooms at P660 1,320.00
84. Three laborers at P600 1,800.00

Virus Diseases Section

85. One chief of section 2,400.00
86. One chemist 2,280.00
87. One chemist 1,920.00
88. One livestock inspector 720.00
89. Two livestock inspectors at P660 1,320.00
90. One machinist 1,080.00
91. One laboratory helper 720.00
92. Two laboratory helpers at P600 1,200.00
93. Two laborers at P600 1,200.00

Parasitic Diseases Section

94. One veterinary entomologist 2,280.00
95. One assistant veterinarian 1,560.00
96. One livestock inspector 660.00
97. One laboratory helper 600.00
98 One laborer 600.00

Animal Husbandry Division

99. One chief of division 5,100.00
100. One assistant chief of division 4,200.00
101. One supervising zootechnist 2,940.00
102. One clerk 960.00
103. One illustrator 600.00
104. One foreman 840.00

Large and Small Animals Section

105. One clerk 660.00

Poultry Section

106. One veterinarian 2,580.00
107. One clerk 720.00

Animal Nutrition Section

108. One superintendent 1,920.00
109. Two livestock inspectors at P600 1,200.00
110. One saddler 660.00
111. One laborer 780.00
112. One laborer 600.00

Stock Farms and Breeding Stations

Alabang Stock Farm

113. One superintendent 2,400.00
114. One zootechnist 2,280.00
115. One livestock extension officer 1,560.00
116. One foreman 900.00
Excess of actual salary 420.00
117. One foreman 780.00
118. One tractor operator 720.00
119. Two semi-skilled laborers at P660 1,320.00
Excess of actual wage at P60 120.00
120. Nine laborers at P600 5,400.00

Bongabon Stock Farm

121. One superintendent 2,400.00
122. One tractor operator 600.00
123. One laborer 600.00

Malaybalay Stock Farm

124. One superintendent 2,280.00
125. One foreman 660.00
126. One tractor operator 600.00

Cebu Breeding Station

127. One zootechnist 1,440.00
128. Two laborers at P600 1,200.00

Laguna Breeding Station

129. One superintendent 1,800.00

Sorsogon Breeding Station

130. One superintendent 1,440.00

Tarlac Breeding Station

131. One superintendent 1,920.00

Ubay Stock Farm

132. Two laborers at P600 1,200.00

Abra Breeding Station

133. One groom 600.00

Batangas Breeding Station

134. One groom 600.00

Ilocos Norte Breeding Station

135. One groom 600.00

Ilocos Sur Breeding Station

136. One laborer 600.00

La Carlota Breeding Station

137. Three laborers at P600 1,800.00

La Union Breeding Station

138. One zootechnist 960.00

Animal Products Division

139. One chief of division 5,100.00
140. One assistant chief of division 4,200.00

Meat Section

141. One chief of section 2,400.00
142. One assistant veterinarian 1,440.00
143. One skilled laborer 660.00
144. One laborer 600.00

Milk Section

145. One chief of section 1,560.00

Livestock Extension Division

146. One chief of division 5,100.00
147. One assistant chief of division 4,200.00
148. One livestock extension officer 1,680.00
149. Two livestock extension officers at P1,440 2,880.00
150. One livestock inspector 720.00
151. One clerk 840.00
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325,320.00
152. Less — savings to be made (20,760.00)
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Total P304,560.00
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(4) Bureau of Forestry

1. One Director P7,200.00

Administrative Division

2. One senior forester and chief of division 5,100.00
3. One assistant chief of division 4,200.00
4. One disbursing and collecting officer 1,800.00
5. One clerk 1,200.00
6. One clerk 960.00
7. Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
8. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
9. One helper 600.00

Public Relations Station

10. One assistant forester 2,940.00
11. One assistant forester 2,760.00
12. One ranger 1,200.00
13. One ranger 960.00
14. One ranger 900.00
15. One scientific aide 900.00

General Service Section

16. One chief of section 1,800.00
17. One clerk 840.00
18. One clerk 660.00
19. One clerk 600.00
20. One janitor 600.00
21. Two watchmen at P600 1,200.00
22. Nine helpers at P600 5,400.00

Records Section

23. One chief of section 1,560.00
24. One clerk 900.00
25. One clerk 840.00
26. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
27. Six messengers at P600 3,600.00
28. One helper 720.00
29. Two helpers at P600 1,200.00

Property Section

30. One property custodian 1,560.00
31. One clerk 900.00
32. One clerk 720.00
33. One clerk 660.00
34. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
35. Two helpers at P600 1,200.00

Legal Section

36. One junior forester 2,280.00
37. One ranger 1,320.00
38. One clerk 840.00

Stenographers and Typists Section

39. One clerk 1,200.00
40. One clerk 840.00
41. Three clerks at P720 2,160.00
42. One clerk 660.00
43. Twenty clerks at P600 12,000.00

Accounting Section

44. One accounting officer 4,200.00
45. One accountant 2,400.00
46. One clerk 1,800.00
47. One clerk 1,200.00
48. One clerk 1,080.00
49. One clerk 960.00
50. One clerk 720.00
51. One helper 600.00

Division of Forest Investigation

52. One senior forester and chief of division 5,100.00
53. One silviculturist and assistant chief of division 5,100.00
54. One wood technologist 4,500.00
55. One senior forester 4,200.00
56. One forester 3,300.00
57. One forester 3,120.00
58. Four rangers at P1,200 4,800.00
59. Two rangers at P960 1,920.00
60. One senior forest guard 900.00
61. One forest guard 600.00
62. One clerk 840.00
63. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00

Silvics and Silviculture Section

64. One silviculturist 3,300.00
65. One assistant logging engineer 1,800.00
66. One supervising ranger 2,040.00
67. One senior ranger 1,800.00
68. One ranger 1,080.00
69. One senior forest guard 900.00
70. One forest guard 660.00
71. Five nurserymen at P600 3,000.00

Forest Products Section

72. One assistant forester 2,940.00
73. One senior ranger 1,800.00
74. One ranger 1,200.00
75. One ranger 1,080.00
76. Two rangers at P900 1,800.00
77. One senior forest guard 900.00
78. One forest guard 660.00
79. Two forest guards at P600 1,200.00
80. One mechanic 660.00
81. One carpenter 600.00
82. One helper 840.00
83. Ten helpers at P600 6,000.00

Forest Protection Section

84. One forest entomologist 3,720.00
85. One forest pathologist 3,480.00
86. One senior ranger 1,800.00
87. One ranger 900.00
88. One senior forest guard 900.00
89. Six forest guards at P600 3,600.00
90. Four helpers at P600 2,400.00

Division of Forest Management

91. One senior forester and chief of division 5,400.00
92. One senior forester and assistant chief of division 4,500.00
93. One forester 3,480.00
94. One clerk 900.00

Working Plans Section

95. One senior forester 3,960.00
96. One ranger 960.00
97. Two rangers at P900 1,800.00
98. Two forest guards at P600 1,200.00

Special Uses Section

99. One ranger 1,320.00
100. One ranger 900.00
101. One clerk 840.00

Forest Claims and Registration Section

102. Four rangers at P1,080 4,320.00
103. One forest guard 600.00
104. One clerk 840.00
105. One clerk 600.00

Game and Wildlife Section

106. One ranger 960.00
107. One game aide 660.00

Division of Forest Engineering

108. One senior forester and chief of division 5,100.00
109. One senior forester and assistant chief of division 4,500.00

Forest Reconnaissance and Land Classification Section

110. One assistant logging engineer 1,800.00
111. Two rangers at P1,080 2,160.00
112. Four rangers at P900 3,600.00
113. Two forest guards at P600 1,200.00
114. One clerk 600.00

Forest Surveys and Maps Section

115. One senior ranger 1,800.00
116. One ranger 900.00
117. One topographical draftsman 1,680.00
118. Three topographical draftsmen at P1,200 3,600.00
119. One topographical draftsman 960.00
120. Two topographical draftsmen at P900 1,800.00
121. One topographical draftsman 840.00
122. One topographical draftsman 720.00
123. Eighteen topographical draftsmen at P600 10,800.00
124. Three blueprinters at P600 1,800.00
125. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00

Forest Improvement Section

126. One junior forester 2,280.00
127. Two rangers at P960 1,920.00
128. One forest guard 600.00

Forest Statistics Section

129. One senior ranger 1,440.00
130. One clerk 600.00

Division of Reclamation and Reforestation

Afforestation and Reforestation Section

131. One ranger 960.00
132. One ranger 900.00
133. One forest guard 600.00

Cooperative Planting Section

134. One ranger 960.00
135. Two forest guards at P600 1,200.00
136. One clerk 600.00
137. Two helpers at P600 1,200.00

Division of Forest Concessions

138. One senior forester and chief of division 6,000.00
139. One senior forester and assistant chief of division 4,500.00

License Section

140. One assistant forester 2,940.00
141. Two senior rangers at P1,800 3,600.00
142. One ranger 1,080.00
143. Eight rangers at P900 7,200.00
144. Four forest guards at P600 2,400.00
145. Two clerks at P960 1,920.00
146. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00

Special Use Permits Section

147. One ranger 1,080.00
148. Three rangers at P900 2,700.00
149. One forest guard 600.00
150. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00

Division of Sawmills and Utilization

151. One senior forester and chief of division 5,100.00
152. One senior forester and assistant chief of division 4,200.00
153. One clerk 2,400.00
154. One clerk 1,800.00

Lumber Grading and Inspection Section

155. One senior forester and chief lumber inspector 4,200.00
156. Three foresters and lumber inspectors at P3,120 9,360.00

Sawmills and Scaling Section

157. One assistant forester 2,940.00
158. Three senior rangers at P1,800 5,400.00
159. Six rangers at P900 5,400.00
160. Two senior forest guards at P900 1,800.00
161. Three forest guards at P600 1,800.00

Provincial Service

162. One forester 3,300.00
163. Eight foresters at P3,120 24,960.00
164. Two assistant foresters at P2,940 5,880.00
165. Thirteen assistant foresters at P2,400 31,200.00
166. Ten assistant foresters and check scalers at P2,400 24,000.00
167. Six junior foresters at P2,280 13,680.00
168. Fifteen junior foresters at P1,920 28,800.00
169. One senior ranger 1,800.00
170. Seven senior ranger-scalers at P1,800 12,600.00
171. Ten senior ranger-scalers at P1,680 16,800.00
172. Ten senior ranger-scalers at P1,560 15,600.00
173. Fifteen ranger-scalers at P1,440 21,600.00
174. Eleven rangers at P1,320 14,520.00
175. Twenty ranger-scalers at P1,320 26,400.00
176. Twenty-five ranger-scalers at P1,200 30,000.00
177. Fifteen rangers at P1,200 18,000.00
178. Ten rangers at P1,080 10,800.00
179. Twenty-five rangers at P960 24,000.00
180. Two hundred thirty-nine rangers at P900 215,100.00
181. Fifteen senior forest guards at P900 13,500.00
182. Five senior forest guards at P840 4,200.00
183. Twenty-five forest guards at P720 18,000.00
184. Four forest guards at P660 2,640.00
185. Ninety forest guards at P600 54,000.00
186. One clerk 840.00
187. Three clerks at P660 1,980.00
188. Ten clerks at P600 6,000.00
189. Seven computers at P600 4,200.00
190. One nurseryman 600.00
191. Forty-seven helpers at P600 28,200.00
192. Two hundred fifty firewardens at P12 per season each 3,000.00
193. Emergency helpers 310.00
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1,034,470.00
194. Less — savings to be made (55,860.00)
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Total P978,610.00
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(5) Bureau of Lands

Office of the Director

1. One Director P7,200.00
2. One administrative officer 6,000.00
3. One division inspector 5,100.00
4. Four division inspectors at P4,200 16,800.00
5. One supervisor 3,960.00
6. One clerk 1,920.00
7. One clerk 600.00

Administrative Division

8. One chief of division 5,100.00
9. One assistant chief of division 4,200.00
10. One clerk 1,800.00
Excess of actual salary 240.00
11. One helper 600.00

General Service Section

12. One clerk 2,400.00
13. One clerk 1,680.00
14. One clerk 1,440.00
15. One clerk 1,320.00
16. One clerk 1,200.00
17. One clerk 1,080.00
18. One clerk 900.00
19. Seven clerks at P600 4,200.00
20. Two helpers at P600 1,200.00
21. Three watchmen at P660 1,980.00
22. One watchman 600.00
23. Nine janitors at P600 5,400.00

Cash and Collection Section

24. One disbursing and collecting officer 2,400.00
25. One clerk 1,920.00
26. One clerk 1,200.00
27. One clerk 960.00
28. One clerk 900.00
Excess of actual salary 180.00
29. One clerk 900.00
30. One clerk 720.00
31. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
32. One messenger 600.00

Property Section

33. One property custodian 2,400.00
34. One clerk 1,920.00
35. One clerk 1,800.00
36. One clerk 720.00
37. One clerk 660.00
38. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
39. One messenger 600.00
40. One carpenter 900.00
Excess of actual wage 300.00
41. One carpenter 660.00
Excess of actual wage 180.00
42. One carpenter 660.00
Excess of actual wage 120.00
43. One helper 600.00
Excess of actual wage 120.00
44. Five helpers at P600 3,000.00

Records and Documents Division

45. One chief of division 5,100.00
46. One assistant chief of division 3,960.00
47. One helper 600.00

Section of Public Land Records

48. One chief of section 3,480.00
49. One clerk 2,400.00
50. One clerk 1,680.00
51. Four clerks at P1,200 4,800.00
52 Two clerks at P900 1,800.00
53. Two clerks at P840 1,680.00
54. Two clerks at P720 1,440.00
55. Two clerks at P660 1,320.00
56. Nine clerks at P600 5,400.00
57. Thirteen helpers at P600 7,800.00

Section of Survey Records

58. One clerk 2,400.00
59. One clerk 1,800.00
60. One clerk 1,200.00
61. One clerk 900.00
62. One clerk 720.00
63. One clerk 660.00
64. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00
65. Two helpers at P600 1,200.00

General Records Section

66. One clerk 2,160.00
67. One clerk 1,440.00
68. One clerk 1,200.00
69. One clerk 1,080.00
70. One clerk 720.00
71. One clerk 660.00
72. Five clerks at P600 3,000.00
73. Three helpers at P600 1,800.00

Accounting Division

74. One accounting officer 4,800.00
75. One clerk 2,400.00
76. One clerk 1,680.00
77. One clerk 1,320.00
78. One clerk 1,200.00
79. Three clerks at P720 2,160.00
80. One helper 600.00

Public Lands Division

81. One chief of division 6,000.00
82. One assistant chief of division 4,200.00
83. One special investigator 3,120.00
84. One public lands inspector 1,800.00
85. One assistant public lands inspector 1,440.00
86. One clerk 1,200.00
87. One clerk 660.00
88. One helper 600.00

Sales and Leases Section

89. One chief of section 3,120.00
90. One assistant public lands inspector 1,920.00
91. One assistant public lands inspector 1,320.00
92. Six assistant public lands inspectors at P1,200 7,200.00
93. One assistant public lands inspector 900.00
94. One clerk 1,800.00
95. One clerk 1,200.00
96. One clerk 720.00
97. One clerk 660.00
98. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
99. One helper 600.00

Homesteads and Free Patents Section

100. One chief of section 3,120.00
101. One public lands inspector 1,920.00
102. One assistant public lands inspector 1,560.00
103. Three assistant public lands inspectors at P1,320 3,960.00
104. Five assistant public lands inspectors at P1,200 6,000.00
105. One junior public lands inspector 600.00
106. One clerk 900.00
107. One clerk 720.00

Miscellaneous Disposition Section

108. One chief of section 2,400.00
109. One public lands inspector 1,920.00
110. Two assistant public lands inspectors at P1,200 2,400.00
111. Eleven junior public lands inspectors at P600 6,600.00
112. One clerk 1,320.00
113. One clerk 900.00
114. One clerk 840.00
115. One clerk 720.00
116. Five clerks at P600 3,000.00
117. One helper 600.00

Law Division

118. One attorney and chief of division 6,000.00
119. Two attorneys at P4,800 9,600.00
120. One attorney 4,500.00
121. One attorney 3,720.00
122. One attorney 2,400.00
123. One helper 600.00

Land Registration Section

124. One chief of section 3,720.00
125. One attorney 3,120.00
126. Two attorneys at P2,400 4,800.00
127. One attorney 1,800.00
128. Two attorneys at P1,200 2,400.00
129. One clerk 1,200.00
130. One clerk 1,080.00
131. One clerk 900.00
132. Two clerks at P840 1,680.00
133. One clerk 720.00
134. One clerk 660.00

Claims and Conflicts Section

135. One chief of section 3,720.00
136. One attorney 2,760.00
137. One attorney 2,400.00
138. One attorney 2,280.00
139. One attorney 2,040.00
140. Six attorneys at P1,200 7,200.00
141. One clerk 1,200.00
142. Four clerks at P600 2,400.00

Division of Surveys

143. One chief of division 6,000.00
144. One assistant 4,500.00
145. One surveyor 3,960.00
146. One surveyor 3,480.00
147. One surveyor 2,940.00
148. One clerk 840.00
149. Two clerks at P600 1,200.00
150. One helper 600.00

Computing Section

151. One chief of section 3,720.00
152. One clerk 2,280.00
153. One geodetic engineer 1,680.00
154. Five assistant computers at P1,440 7,200.00
155. One assistant computer 1,320.00
156. Three assistant computers at P1,200 3,600.00
157. Three junior computers at P900 2,700.00
158. Four junior computers at P840 3,360.00
159. Five junior computers at P720 3,600.00
160. Fifty-eight junior computers at P600 34,800.00

Drafting Section

161. One chief of section 3,720.00
162. One assistant surveyor 1,560.00
163. One topographical draftsman 2,940.00
164. One topographical draftsman 2,280.00
165. One topographical draftsman 1,800.00
166. Eight assistant topographical draftsmen at P1,440 11,520.00
167. Two assistant topographical draftsmen at P1,320 2,640.00
168. Four assistant topographical draftsmen at P1,200 4,800.00
169 One assistant topographical draftsman 1,080.00
170. One assistant topographical draftsman 960.00
171. Seven junior topographical draftsmen at P900 6,300.00
172. Three junior topographical draftsmen at P840 2,520.00
173. Three junior topographical draftsmen at P720 2,160.00
174. Thirty-five junior topographical draftsmen at P600 21,000.00
175. Three clerks at P600 1,800.00
176. One helper 600.00

Survey Coordination and Costs Section

177. One chief of section 2,940.00
178. One clerk 2,400.00
179. Two clerks at P1,800 3,600.00
180. One clerk 1,440.00
181. One clerk 1,200.00
182. One clerk 960.00
183. One clerk 900.00
184. Two clerks at P840 1,680.00
185. Three clerks at P720 2,160.00
186. Twenty-two clerks at P600 13,200.00
187. Five helpers at P600 3,000.00
188. Two blueprinters at P600 1,200.00

Surveying School

189. One surveyor and instructor 3,720.00
190. One surveyor and instructor 2,940.00
191. One surveyor and instructor 1,800.00
192. One assistant surveyor 1,320.00
193. Eight apprentice surveyors at P420 3,360.00
194. Thirty apprentice surveyors at P300 9,000.00

Provincial Service

195. Twenty district land officers at P3,120 62,400.00
196. Ten provincial land officers at P2,400 24,000.00
197. One surveyor 2,940.00
198. Four surveyors at P2,760 11,040.00
199. One surveyor 2,400.00
200. One surveyor 2,040.00
201. Six assistant surveyors at P1,800 10,800.00
202. Four assistant surveyors at P1,680 6,720.00
203. Twenty assistant surveyors at P1,320 26,400.00
204. Thirty assistant surveyors at P1,200 36,000.00
205. Nine junior surveyors at P840 7,560.00
206. One junior surveyor 600.00
207. Six public lands inspectors at P1,800 10,800.00
208. One assistant public lands inspector 1,320.00
Excess of actual salary 120.00
209. Twenty-five assistant public lands insp