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Page 43 - The central government of the islands established in September, 1900, under the instructions of the President, with a military governor as the chief executive and the Commission as the legislative body, with certain executive
Page 43 - Chaffee relieved Major-General MacArthur as commanding general of this division and military governor. By the order of June 21 previous, in all organized provinces the civil executive authority theretofore reposed in the military governor and in the Commission was transferred on July 4 to a civil governor.
Page 76 - Court of the United States and the Congress of the United States were
Page 24 - I understood you to say in reply to a question by the chairman that
Page 43 - chief executive and the Commission as the legislative body, with certain executive functions in addition, continued until the 4th of July, 1901. At that time Maj. Gen.
Page 72 - Mr. WILLIAMS, of Illinois. You are in favor of American corporations holding large tracts of Filipino land? Mr. BUENCAMINO. As there are 50,000,000 acres of uncultivated land, 25,000,000 could be given to American corporations in order that capital may come into the country, and the remaining
Page 32 - superintendent was authorized to obtain from the United States 1,000 trained teachers at