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fairs of civil government in the Philippine Islands, and for other purposes," approved July first, nineteen hundred and two, so far as the same is not in conflict with the provisions of this section, is hereby made applicable to the corporations the interest upon whose bonds or any part thereof shall be guaranteed under the provisions hereof.

Construction, SEC. 5. That material imported into the Philippine etc., material admitted free Islands for the construction and equipment of railroads of duty. therein may, in the discretion of the general government of said islands, under rules and regulations to be by it prescribed, be admitted free of duty.

tion.

administered

Immigra - SEC. 6. That the immigration laws of the United States Laws to be in force in the Philippine Islands shall be administered by Philippine by the officers of the general government thereof desig officials. nated by appropriate legislation of said government, and all moneys collected under said laws as duty or head tax on alien immigrants coming into said islands shall not Use of funds. be covered into the general fund of the Treasury of the United States, but shall be paid into the treasury of said islands to be used and expended for the government and benefit of said islands.

Pay of judges.

etc.

SEC. 7 (this section is partly amended and superseded by section 29 of the Act of Congress of August 29, 1916. See also section 26 of the same Act). That the government of the Philippine Islands is hereby authorized to prescribe the compensation for the chief justice and associate justices of the supreme court of the islands, not to exceed ten thousand five hundred dollars for the chief justice and ten thousand dollars for each associate justice per Vacancies, annum. Whenever, by reason of temporary disability of any judge of the supreme court or by reason of vacancies occurring therein, a quorum of the court shall not be present for business, the governor-general of said islands is authorized to designate a judge or judges of the court of first instance in the islands to sit and act temporarily as a judge or judges of the supreme court in order to conTraveling ex-stitute a quorum of said supreme court for business. If a judge so designated shall not have his usual place of residence at the city of Manila, he shall be allowed his traveling expenses from his usual place of residence to Manila and return and the sum of ten pesos, Philippine currency, a day for the period during which he is engaged in the supreme court, the period to be calculated from the time he leaves his usual place of residence until his return from Manila.

penses.

general to be

Governor- SEC. 8 (amended and superseded by sec. 21 of the Act of title of civil Congress of August 29, 1916. See p. 42). That the ciril governor of the Philippine Islands shall hereafter be known as the governor general of the Philippine Islands.

governor.

Mineral

lands.

SEC. 9. That sections twenty-two, twenty-three, twentyfour, twenty-five, twenty-nine, thirty-one, thirty-six, thirty-seven, thirty-nine, fifty-three, and fifty-eight of the Act of Congress approved July first, nineteen hundred and

two, entitled "An Act temporarily to provide for the administration of the affairs of civil government in the Philippine Islands, and for other purposes," being provisions of said Act respecting mineral lands, are hereby Measurements amended by reducing all measurements therein, whether of distance, area, or value, to the metric system, to wit, feet to meters, acres to hectares, miles to kilometers, and also dollars to pesos, so that said sections as amended shall read as follows:

(Sec. 9, above, amends secs. 22, 23, 24, 25, 29, 31, 36, 37, 39, 53, and 58, Act of July 1, 1902, which see.) SEC. 10 (amends sec. 8, Act of March 2, 1903, and is amended by Act of June 23, 1906, p. 61.

reduced to metric system.

Values to

pesos.

Issue of cer

for

tificates
pesos deposited.

Tonnage tax

on foreign ves

etc.,

SEC. 11. That the government of the Philippine Islands is hereby authorized to modify, suspend, or repeal sels. the provisions respecting tonnage dues set forth in secRight to modify, tions fourteen and fifteen of an Act entitled "An Act granted. to revise and amend the tariff laws of the Philippine Archipelago," enacted by the Philippine Commission on the seventeenth day of September, nineteen hundred and one, and confirmed by an Act of Congress approved March eighth, nineteen hundred and two entitled "An Act temporarily to provide revenue for the Philippine Islands, and for other purposes."

SEC. 12. That all Acts or parts of Acts inconsistent Repeal clause. with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed. [33 Stat. L., p. 689.]

Approved, February 6, 1905.

CHAP. 1826.-An Act To relieve obligors on bonds given to the Apr. 28, 1904. United States upon the exportation to the Philippine Islands prior [H. R. 13088.] to November twentieth ,nineteen hundred and one, of articles subject to internal-revenue tax.

[Public No. 258.] 33 Stats. L., pt. 1, p. 574.

Philippine Is

of certain ex

articles shipped

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That all bonds given to the United States prior to November twentieth, nineteen hundred and one, upon lands. the transportation and shipment to the Philippine Is-Cancellation lands of articles subject under existing statutes to the port bonds on payment of internal-revenue tax, which are in form given t for the proper exportation of the article therein described to a foreign country free of internal-revenue tax, or with benefit of drawback, as the case may be, shall be treated in all respects as if given for and upon a shipment to a foreign country, and shall be canceled upon presentation of evidence of the shipment to a port of the Philippine Islands, or of landing at such port of a foreign country. same as if such port were a port of a foreign country. The obligors upon any of such bonds shall have such presenting reasonable time from and after the passage of this Act as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury

Time

claims.

for

Feb. 6, 1905. [H. R. 17646.] [Public, No. 44.]

33 Stat. L.,

Philippine Is

lands.

provisions ex

within which to present the evidence required by existing statutes for the cancellation of such bonds.

CHAP. 454.—-An Act To extend certain provisions of the Revised Statutes of the United States to the Philippine Islands.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represente pt. 1, p. 698. tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the provisions of sections fifty-two hur Extradition dred and seventy, fifty-two hundred and seventy-one tended to. fifty-two hundred and seventy-two, fifty-two hundred and seventy-three, fifty-two hundred and seventy-four, fifty-two hundred and seventy-five, fifty-two hundred and seventy-six, and fifty-two hundred and seventy-seven of the Revised Statutes (as amended by the Act approve August third, eighteen hundred and eighty-two), so fa as applicable, shall apply to the Philippine Islands for the arrest and removal therefrom of any fugitives from justice charged with the commission within the jurisdiction of any foreign government of any of the crimes provided for by treaty between the United States and such foreign nation, and for the delivery by a foreign government of any person accused of crime committed within the jurisdiction of the Philippine Islands. Such fugutive from justice of a foreign country may, upon warrant duly issued by any judge or magistrate of the Philippine Islands, and agreeably to the usual mode of process against offenders therein, be arrested and brought before such judge or magistrate, who shall proceed in the matter in accordance with the provisions of the Revised Statutes hereby made applicable to the Philippine Islands: Provided, That for the purposes of this section the order gov- or warrant for delivery of a person committed for extradition prescribed by section fifty-two hundred and seventy-two of the Revised Statutes shall be issued by the governor of the Philippine Islands under his hand and seal of office, and not by the Secretary of State.

Arrest.

Proviso.

Warrant sued by ernor.

is

Escape of prisoners.

SEC. 2. That the provisions of sections fifty-four hundred and nine and fifty-four hundred and ten of the Revised Statutes are hereby made applicable to proceedings in extradition from the Philippine Islands, either to the United States under an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the removal of persons accused of crime to and from the Philippine Islands for trial," approved February ninth, nineteen hundred and three, or to foreign countries under the provisions of this Act. (See also p. 58.)

Feb. 8, 1905. CHAP. 550.-An Act To amend the Act of February eighth, [H. R. 9493.] [Public, No. eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, entitled "An Act to prevent 52.1 the carrying of obscene literature and articles designed for inde33 Stats. L., cent and immoral use from one State or Territory into another pt. 1, p. 705. State or Territory," so as to prevent the importation and exportation of the same.

(The provisions of this Act pertain to "carriage from one State or Territory of the United States or the District

of Columbia into any other State, or Territory of the United States or the District of Columbia, or from any place in or subject to the jurisdiction of the United States to a foreign country, or from any place in or subject to the jurisdiction of the United States through a foreign country to any place in or subject to the jurisdiction of the United States.")

Note: Included in penal code.

CHAP. 592.—An Act To authorize the registration of trademarks used in commerce with foreign nations or among the several States or with Indian Tribes, and to protect the same.

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SEC. 29. That in construing this Act the following rules must be observed, except where the contrary intent is plainly apparent from the context thereof: The United States includes and embraces all territory which is under the jurisdiction and control of the United States. The word "States " includes and embraces the District of Columbia, the Territories of the United States, and such other territory as shall be under the jurisdiction and control of the United States.

CHAP. 720.-An Act To prevent the use of devices calculated to convey the impression that the United States Government certifies to the quality of gold or silver used in the arts.

Feb. 20, 1905. [H. R. 16560.J [Public, No. 84.] 33 Stat. L., pt. 1, p. 724.

Feb. 21, 1905. [H. R. 15578.]

[Public. No.
86.]
33 Stats. L.,

(The provisions of this Act pertain to the "several pt. 1, p. 732. States, Territories, District of Columbia, and possessions of the United States.")

CHAP. 2081.-An Act To amend the laws of the United States relating to the registration of trade-marks. (Amends Act of Feb. 20, 1905, see p. 69.)

CHAP. 3289.-An Act Forbidding the importation, exportation, or carriage in interstate commerce of falsely or spuriously stamped articles of merchandise made of gold or silver or their alloys, and for other purposes.

(This Act pertains to "transportation from one State, Territory, or possession of the United States, or the District of Columbia, to any other State, Territory, or possession of the United States, or to said District.")

May 4, 1906. [H. R. 15911.] [Public No. 146.] 34 Stat. L., p. 168. June 13, 1906. [H. R. 14604.] [Public, No.

226.] 34 Stat. L., pt. 1, p. 260.

CHAP. 3528.-An Act To increase the efficiency of the Bureau June 25, 1906. of Insular Affairs of the War Department.

[Public, No.
280.]
34 Stat. L.,

War Department.

Chief of Bureau of Insu

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa- pt. 1, p. 456. tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Chief of the Bureau of Insular Affairs of the War Department shall hereafter be appointed by lar Affairs to the President for the period of four years, unless sooner serve relieved, with the advice and consent of the Senate, and

years.

four

Rank, etc.

while holding that office he shall have the rank, pay, and allowances of a brigadier-general.

June 28, 1906.

CHAP. 3569.-An Act To amend section twenty-eight hundred [H. R. 19756.] and forty-four of the Revised Statutes of the United States, and [Public, No. to provide for an authentication of invoices of merchandise 318.] 34 Stat. L., shipped to the United States from the Philippine Islands. pt. 1, p. 539.

Invoices.

1

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That section numbered twenty-eight hundred and forty-four of the Revised Statutes of the United ices sec. States 1 is hereby amended by adding thereto the follow2844, p. 551, ing: "Provided, That the authentication may be made by amended. the collector or a deputy collector of customs in the case Authentie of merchandise shipped to the United States from the Philippine Islands.

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tions in Philip

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June 30, 1906. [S. 88.]

[Public, No. 384.]

34 Stat. L., pt. 1, p. 768.

CHAP. 3915.-An Act For preventing the manufacture, sale, or transportation of adulterated or misbranded or poisonous or deleterious foods, drugs, medicines, and liquors, and for regulating traffic therein, and for other purposes.

(Sec. 12 provides "That the term "Territory' as used in this Act shall include the insular possessions of the United States.")

June 30, 1906.

[Public, No.

CHAP. 3937.-An Act To authorize the Secretary of the Navy [H. R. 19755.] to loan temporarily to the Philippine government a vessel of the 406.] United States Navy for use in connection with nautical schools 34 Stat. L., of the Philippine Islands. pt. 1, p. 817.

Navy.

sel, etc.,

nautical schools.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa tives of the United States of America in Congress assemLoan of ves- bled, That the Secretary of the Navy be, and he is hereby, Philippine gov-authorized and empowered to loan temporarily to the ernment for government of the Philippine Islands, upon the written application of the Secretary of War, a vessel of the United States Navy, to be selected from such vessels as are not suitable or required for general service, together with such of her apparel, charts, books, and instruments of navigation as he may deem proper, said vessel to be used only by such nautical schools as are or may hereafter be maintained by said government of the Philippine Islands: Provided, That when such schools shall be

1 Section 2844. of Revised Statutes reads as follows:

AUTHENTICATION IN ABSENCE OF CONSUL.

SEC. 2844. If there is no consul or commercial agent of the United States in the country from which such merchandise was imported, the authentication required by the preceding section shall be executed by a consul of a nation at the time in amity with the United States, if there is any such residing there; and if there is no such consul in the country the authentication shall be made by two respectable merchants, if any there be, residing in the port from which the merchandise shall have been imported. (1 Mar.. 1823, c. 21, s. 7, v. 3, p. 733.)

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