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December 13, 1898. Coasting trade of Cuba....

December 13, 1898. Customs tariff and regulations, Cuba...

December 13, 1898. Appointment of military governor of island of Cuba and

city of Habana.

December 21, 1898. Establishment of military government, Philippine Islands.

December 22, 1898. Evacuation of Habana, Cuba..

December 22, 1898. Franchises and concessions, Philippine Islands.

December 22, 1898. Franchises and concessions, Cuba...

December 22, 1898. Franchises and concessions, Porto Rico.

December 28, 1898. Payment of customs, taxes, etc., in Cuba-Value of foreign

currency

January 1, 1899. Proclamation of the military governor to the people of Cuba..

January 4, 1899. Proclamation of the military governor to the people of the

Philippines upon the establishment of military government..

January 17, 1899. Quarantine service in Cuba and Porto Rico

January 20, 1899. Instructions of the President to the Schurman Commission..

January 20, 1899. Customs tariff and regulations for Porto Rico....

January 20, 1899. Payment of customs, taxes, etc., in Porto Rico—Value of

foreign currency.

January 25, 1899. Tonnage dues, Cuba..

March 13, 1899. Payment of quarantine expenses, Cuba and Porto Rico..

March 29, 1899. Naval reservation at San Juan, P. R. (proclamation).

April, 3, 1899. Tribute to those who lost their lives in Spanish-American War..

April 4, 1899. Proclamation of the Schurman Commission to the people of the

Philippine Islands.

May 3, 1899. Establishment of customs service in the Philippine Islands and

Guam.

May 8, 1899. Establishment of offices of auditor and treasurer, Cuba.

May 8, 1899. Establishment of offices of auditor and treasurer for the Philippine

Islands and Guam....

May 8, 1899. Establishment of offices of auditor and treasurer for Porto Rico..

June 16, 1899. Clearance of vessels owned by citizens of Cuba......

June 27, 1899. Establishment of offices of assistant auditor and treasurer for

Cuba..

July 1, 1899. Appreciation of President extended to Eighth Army Corps.

July 3, 1899. Certificate of protection for vessels, Porto Rico..

July 3, 1899. Certificate of protection for vessels, Philippine Islands.

August 17, 1899. Census of Cuba....

January 3, 1900. Quarantine service, Philippine Islands.

March 31, 1900. Customs tariff and regulations, Cuba.

April 7, 1900. Instructions of the President to the Philippine Commission.

June 21, 1900. Notice of Amnesty, Philippine Islands.

June 29, 1900. Officer of Marine-Hospital Service detailed to staff of military

governor, Cuba....

July 2, 1900. Provisions to be embodied in form of civil government, Philip-

pine Islands...

October 10, 1900. Officer of Marine-Hospital Service detailed to staff of military

governor, Philippine Islands..

November 30, 1900. United States Civil Service Commission to aid civil

service board of Philippine Islands...

February 2, 1901. Office of treasurer of Cuba.

February 5, 1901. Export rates of duty, Cuba.

February 23, 1901. Offices of auditor and treasurer, Philippine Islands.

March 1, 1901. Amendment customs tariff, Cuba..

March 2, 1901. Military, civil, and judicial powers in Philippine Islands.

March 8, 1901. Export duties on tobacco abolished, Cuba.

March 12, 1901. Office of auditor for Cuba...

June 21, 1901. Appointment of collectors of customs, Philippine Archipelago..

June 21, 1901. Appointment of civil governor of Philippine Islands and

assignment of duties....

July 3, 1901. Message of congratulations to Taft Commission...

July 25, 1901. Free trade with Porto Rico (proclamation).

October 29, 1901. Appointment of Luke E. Wright as vice governor of Philip-

pine Islands..

December 17, 1901. Land on Culebra Island placed under the control of the

Navy Department.

May 10, 1902. Transfer of control and government of island of Cuba..

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May 20, 1902. Message of Military Governor of Cuba Leonard Wood to the

President and Congress of the Republic of Cuba.

518

July 3, 1902. Classification of clerks in Cuban service.

519

July 3, 1902. Cuban vessels exempted from United States tonnage tax (proc-

lamation).

519

July 4, 1902. Office of military governor of Philippine Islands abolished. 519

July 4, 1902. Thanks of the President to the officers and enlisted men of the

United States Army..

520

July 4, 1902. Amnesty, Philippine insurrection (proclamation).

521

July 19, 1902. Rules governing the granting and issuing of passports in the

insular possessions of the United States..

521

July 19, 1902. Issuance of passports to residents of the insular possessions.. 523

July 22, 1902. Reservation of Miraflores Island for quarantine station.

523

September 25, 1902. Census of the Philippine Islands.

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September 30, 1902. United States Census Bureau to compile and tabulate

Philippine census returns...

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October 23, 1902. Certificate of protection for vessels of Philippine Islands.. 525

January 17, 1903. Forest reservation in Porto Rico (proclamation)..

525

March 7, 1903. Filipino clerk for Bureau of Insular Affairs...

525

June 26, 1903. Reservations in Porto Rico (proclamation).

525

June 29, 1903. Forest Reserve, Porto Rico....

525

June 30, 1903. Order revoking reservation of the Presidio.

526

June 30, 1903. Reservation lands and buildings in Porto Rico...

526

June 30, 1903. General civil reservations of public land in Porto Rico (proc-

lamation)

526

October 20, 1903. Extra session of Congress to consider reciprocal commercial

convention between the United States and the Republic of Cuba (procla-

mation).

526

November 17, 1903. Copyright benefits extended to Cubans (proclamation).. 526

November 23, 1903. Modifying order of June 30, 1903..

526

December 17, 1903. Cuban commercial treaty of December 11, 1902 (procla-

mation)

526

January 4, 1907. Military reservation of Camp Hartshorne.

526

January 9, 1904. Guantanamo Bay.

526

February 5, 1904. Classification of clerks in Cuban service.

527

February 17, 1904. Postal rates in insular possessions.

528

March 28, 1905. Collection and conservation of revenues of Santo Domingo. 528

March 31, 1905. Modus vivendi with Santo Domingo (proclamation)..

529

October 14, 1905. Exportation of arms to Santo Domingo (proclamation). 529

September 29, 1906. Establishment of provisional government, Cuba...

529

September 29, 1906. Proclamation to the people of Cuba by Hon. William H.

Taft, provisional governor...

529

October 23, 1906. Administration of provisional government of Cuba through

the Bureau of Insular Affairs....

530

March 14, 1907. Entrance of Japanese or Korean laborers.

530

March 28, 1907. Call for election of delegates in Philippine Islands.

530

May 11, 1907. Communications and reports relative to certain territories and

possessions to be transmitted through the Interior Department.....

532

July 25, 1907. Proclamation of treaty with Santo Domingo (proclamation). 532

July 25, 1907. Dominican customs receivership..

532

August 12, 1907. Classification of employees serving beyond the seas.

534

September 27, 1907. United States Civil Service Commission to assist the

Porto Rican Civil Service Commission....

534

January 27, 1908. Temporary provisional governor of Cuba..

534

April 4, 1908. Hours of labor at navy yards.

535

August 4, 1908. Transferring to Porto Rico part of naval reservation (procla-

mation).

535

August 18, 1908. Temporary provisional governor of Cuba..

535

December 23, 1908. Transfer of clerks serving in Cuba to classified service.. 535

January 6, 1909. Brakes on trains in Territories..

536

January 28, 1909. Termination of provisional government, ('uba.

537

January 27, 1909. Republic of Cuba..

538

February 27, 1909. Bird reservation, island of Culebra, Porto Rico..

539

May 25, 1909. Communications and reports relative to certain Territories and

possessions to be transmitted through the Interior Department...

539

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telegraphy board.

September 4, 1911. Wireless telegraphy in the Philippine Islands.

September 13, 1911. Military reservation restored to the control of ile Govern-

ment of the Philippine Islands.

September 23, 1912. Harbors not subject to entry..

December 19, 1912. Desecheo Island, Porto Rico, for bird reservation..

February 24, 1913. Passports issued to laborers from foreign countries..

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PRINCIPAL OFFICIALS OF PHILIPPINE ISLANDS,

PORTO RICO, HAWAII, ALASKA, GUAM, TUTUILA, AND CUBA ON JAN. 1, 1913.

Philippine Islands:

Philippine Commission.
Philippine Assembly
Executive

Judiciary-
Porto Rico
Hawaii.
Alaska
Guam
Tutuila.
Cuba.

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