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Report of the Philippine Commission Report of the executive secretary-Continued. Provincial and municipal affairs V Report of the secretary of the interior-Continued.
Bureau of health-Continued. Diphtheria in Manila Aq ua rium Aqu arium Report of the secretary of the interior-Continued. Philippine Weather Bureau-Continued. Improvement in telegraphic service VII Report of the secretary of commerce and police-Continued. Bureau of coast and geodetic survey-Continued. Manila office Report of the secretary of finance and justice-Continued.
Bureau of customs-Continued. Acting within its exclusive legislative jurisdiction over all that part of the Philippine Islands inhabited by Moros or other nonChristian tribes, the Commission enacted during the fiscal year 36 laws, of which the following are the more important: An act prohibiting slavery, involuntary servitude, peonage, and the sale or purchase of human beings in the Mountain Province and the Provinces of Nueva Vizcaya and Agusan, and providing punishment therefor.
An act establishing and defining the legal rate of interest, and declaring the effect of usury upon contracts, and for other purposes, in the Moro Province, the Mountain Province, and the Provinces of Agusan and Nueva Vizcaya. An act providing certain special proceedings for the settlement and adjudication of land titles in the Moro Province, the Mountain Province, the Province of Agusan, and the Province of Nueva Vizcaya. An act amending act numbered two thousand and sixty-seven, entitled "An act providing for the investment of a portion of the accretions to the gold-standard fund in loans to the provinces and municipalities in the territory inhabited by Moros or other non-Christian tribes, for certain purposes, in securities authorized for the investment of funds of the Postal Savings Bank, and in interest-bearing bonds to assist in the construction of sugar centrals, and for other purposes," so as to fix the amount of the gold-standard fund created under act numbered nine hundred and thirty-eight, authorize the deposit of the amount of the excess so fixed to the credit of the general fund of the treasury, and authorize the investment of a portion of the said goldstandard fund.
An act authorizing the establishment of quarantines and regulating the movement of cattle within the territory under the exclusive legislative jurisdiction of the Philippine Commission. An act authorizing the pasturing of horses, cattle, carabao, sheep, and goats on public lands in the Mountain Province, the Moro Province, Nueva Vizcaya, and Agusan. An act appropriating funds for the construction of wireless telegraph stations in that part of the Philippine Islands inhabited by Moros or other non-Christian tribes, provided a like amount shall be appropriated by the Congress of the United States and made available for use in connection with the money herein appropriated.