Report of the Auditor General, Edição 1

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Bureau of Public Printing, 1919
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Página 7 - General shall examine, audit, and settle all accounts pertaining to the revenues and receipts from whatever source, including trust funds derived from bond issues; and audit, in accordance with law and administrative regulations, all expenditures of funds or property pertaining to or held in trust by the Government or the provinces or municipalities thereof.
Página 7 - Philippines including trust funds and funds derived from bond issues; and audit, in accordance with law and administrative regulations, all expenditures of funds or property pertaining to or held in trust by the government or the Provinces or municipalities thereof.
Página 93 - Travel expense of personnel Freight, express, and delivery service .. Postal, telegraph, telephone, and cable service.. Illumination and power service Miscellaneous service Rental of buildings and grounds...
Página 66 - Travel expense of personnel Freight, express and delivery service Postal, telegraph, telephone and cable service Illumination and power service > Miscellaneous service Rental of buildings and grounds Consumption of supplies and materials Printing and binding reports, documents and publications....
Página 9 - Fund' * * * shall at all times be maintained in a sum not less than 15 per cent of the money of the government of the Philippine Islands in circulation and available for circulation, including both coin and treasury certificates.
Página 24 - Development of agriculture Philippine publicity . . Development of industrial arts and sciences Other economic development _ .. _ 47,688,564.93 | 45,721,065.77 GENERAL FUND— COMPARATIVE BUDGET STATEMENT— Continued i Includes surplus adjustment of Pl,987,479.14 due to deficiency contribution to the gold-standard fund inadvertently charged to "Surplus from revenues
Página 18 - Under the provisions of Act No. 2776, the currency reserve fund shall not at any time be less in amount than the nominal value of the treasury certificates In circulation and available therefor, plus 15 per cent of the money of the Government of the Philippine Islands in circulation and available therefor, exclusive of the silver certificates in circulation protected by gold reserve. The minimum of the fund on December 31...
Página 14 - ... 2. Operating expense of commercial and industrial units. 3. Public debt which consists of interest on public debt, payments to sinking funds, and repayment of loans. 4. Expenses of general administration as divided into executive, legislative and adjudication purposes. 5. Protective service, such as national defense, law and order, public health, suppression of animal diseases and plant pests, etc. 6. Social improvement, consisting of public education, public correction, public charities, and...
Página 51 - ... telephone and cable service Illumination and power service Miscellaneous service Rental of buildings and grounds Consumption of supplies and materials Printing and binding reports, documents and publications Cash contributions and gratuities (other than to local governments) Discretionary expenditures Travel expense of persons not government employees Maintenance and repair (contract payments only) Purchase of equipment Purchase of public works Cash contributions to local governments Ship subsidies...
Página 66 - Acts 2736 and 2704 Appropriation for Philippine Nautical School Site and Building, Act 2704 Appropriation for Insular Aid, Barrio, Central, Intermediate and Farm School Buildings, Act 2736 Appropriation for Insular Aid...

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