[No. 20.] AN ACT to reorganize the office of the auditor of the islands.
By authority of the President of the United States, be it enacted by the United States Philippine Commission, that:
Section 1. Until fui*ftier provision shall be made by law, the office of the auditor of the islands snail be conducted by the following officers and emplovees at the following salaries stated in monev of the United States:
1. The auditor for the islands at an annual salary of four thousand ($4,000.00) dollars.
2. One first assistant auditor at an annual salarv of three thousand ($3,000.00) dollars.
3. One second assistant auditor at an aimual salary of two thousand seven hundred and fifty ($2,750.00) dollars.
4. One first-class clerk and statistician at an annual salarv of eighteen hundred ($1,800.00) dollars.
5. One chief bookkeeper at an annual salarv of fifteen hundred ($1,500.00) dollars.
6. Three examiners at annual salaries of fourteen hundred ($1,400.00) dollars each.
7. One assistant bookkeeper at an annual salarv of twelve hundred ($1,200.00) dollars.
8. Three stenographers at annual salaries of twelve hundred ($1,2(K).00) dollars each.
9. Three clerks at annual salaries of twelve hundred ($1,200.00) dollars each.
10. Three clerks at annual salaries of six hundred ($600.00) dollars each.
Sec. 2. In addition to other duties required by law the auditor shall for statistical and other purposes provide and keep books and records, showing in detail and by tabular analysis the sources of the revenues of the military government of the islands and the objects to which the sanie have been appropriated and disbursed as taken from the vouchers on file in his office and shall make monthly, quarterly and annual reports of the same to the commission for its guidance in making future appropriations.
Sec. 3. This act shall take effect on its passage.
Enacted October 10, 1900.