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MILITARY ADMINJSTRATION

Volume No. 8

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T ABLE OF CONTENTS Page. Address of the Director-General of the Japanese Military Administration at the celebration of the first anniversary of the outbreak of the War of Greater East Asia, Luneta Park, D ecember 8, 1942 . .. .. Address of the Director-General of the Japanese Military Administration on the occasion of the graduation ceremony of the Government Employees Training Institute, December 14, 1942 .. _. . . . . . . . . . . Section 1. Affairs concerning pa~'ll1ent of salaries ............ _. .. . . Administrative Or dinance No. 20 ... .... _..... _ . __ ..... __ Military Ordinance No. 32, regarding export duty ....... Rules and regulations concerning the execution of the e>'''Port duty ordinance _... .. ........ _. __..... . ..... _ . . . . . . . . . . Section 2. Affairs concerning tl'ansportation .. . .. _. _.. _... _. . . . . . . . Rules and regula tions governing transportation of passengers and freight ... . ..... _.. . . .... . .... _.... _. ... ... _. . Date of rep rt and registration of Section XX of the ordinance cone rning tbe Philippine Shipping Association ... Section 3. Executive Order s by the Chairman of the Executive Commission .. . . . ... _. . . .. __ .... . _.... . .......... ... _...... Executive Order No. 104, subjecting Friar lands acquired through purchase to the real estate tax even though title thereto still i'emains in the State .. _. _. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jrrxecutive Order No. 106, pl'escribing rules a nd regulations for the guidance of mayors in chartered cities and municipal ities in connection ,vith census taking for distl'ict and neighborhood associations authorized under Executive Order No_ 77, dated August 7, 1942, and placing such activity under the control and supervision of the Bureau of Local Governments _....... .. .... . . . . . _. ........ .. . ............... . . Executive Order No. 108, registra t ion and operation of motor vehicles in the Philippines ............. _. . . . . . . . . Executive Order No. 109, establishing a national service association to be known as " Kapisana n sa Paglilingkod sa Bagong Pilipinas" (Kalibapi) .. .......... ... _.. _.... _. . . Executive Order No. 110, changing lhe names of streets, highways, brdiges, towns, parks and public buildings in var路 ious chartered cities and provinces ............... . _. _. . . . Executive Order No. 111, extending the corporate existence of the Bank of the Philippine Islands and prescribing tbe

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manner of the redemption of its outstanding circulating notes Executive Order Nio. 112, amending Section 61 路A of the Insurance Act so as to reduce th1! minimum time limit for bringing suit under any insurance policy to three months.. . Executive Order No. 113, amending Section 16 of Executive Ol'der No. 95, by changing the date therein from April 1, 1942, to September 27, 1942 ..... . ................. .. ... Executive Order No. 114, amending Executive Ol'der No. 13, dated March 12, 1942, so as to prescribe a new schedule of salaries for the officials of the cities of Bacolod, Cebu and Iloilo, and to repeal the provisions thereof r eferring to the abolished cities of Zamboa nga and Tagaytay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Executive Order No. 115, providing that no reduction shall be made from the salal'y of employees for subsistence, quarters, a nd laundry furni shed them in accordance with law or regulations ... . ......... . . .... ... . .............. Executive Order No. 116, continuing the existing classifications of pl'ovinces and municipalities and authorizing the Commissioner of the Interior to make a general or partial readjustmel\t thereof ... .. ... ...... ............... ......

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS 1. Formal organization of the Kalibapi on December 30, 1942.

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High officials of the newly born organization, together with members of the Executive Commission are shown taking the pl edge of membership. Chahman Jorge B. Vargas, President of the Kalibapi, addressing a l'ecord gathering at the Luneta on the signjfjcance of the Kalibapi as a nation· wide popular movement destined to effect spiritual and intell ectual reo orientation. Representative of the Chief of Staff, delivering a message at the dedi· cation of the memorial of the Filipino war dead, at Camp O'Donnell, Capas, Tarlac. Laying of wreath presented by the Philippine E xecutive Commission, me· morial to Filipino war dead, Camp O'Donnell, Capas, Tarlac. His Excellency, the Commander·in·Chief, making a tour of inspection of the cotton planting l'rojects in the Visayan Islands. The Director General of the Japanese ilitary Admini stration, delivering his address on the occasion of the first a nniversary of the War of Greater East Asia, December 8, 1942, at the Ne.".. Luneta . Representative of the Director General of the Japanese Military Adminis· tl'ation, reading the instructions of the Director General to former memo bers of the USAFFE on the occasion of the third taking of oath, Mala · canan Palace grounds. His Excellency, the Commander·in,Chief of the Imperial Japanese Forces in the Philippines, r eceiving the message of felicitation from Chairman Jorge B. Vargas and members of the Philippine Executive Commission. His Excellency, the Commander·in·Chief, presenting a year·end gift to the poor and destitute through the Philippine Executive Commission. Distribution of Christmas presents to all Filipino employees of the Army. Ad ballon on "Asia is One" displayed in Manila on the occasion of the first anniversary of the War of Greatel' East Asia. Several thousand school children, government employees, and employees of business firms participate in the mass Radio Taiso at Luneta Park. A picture showing the dedication ceremony of the memorial to the Filipino war dead erected at Camp O'Donnell, Capas, Tarlac. Among those present we"" Army representatives, government officials, as well as relatives and friends of the deceased. Interested spectators flock at the display of captured alm s and photo· graphs of war scenes at the Exhibition Hal! during the celebration of the first anniversary of the War of Greater East Asia. Local Chinese participate at the celebration of the first anniversal'y of the War of Greater East Asia with their dragon da nce. iii


ADDRESS OF THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF THE JAPANESE MILITARY ADMINISTRATION AT THE CELEBRA TION OF THE FIRST ANNNERSARY OF THE OUTBREAK OF THE WAR OF GREATER EAST ASIA, LUNETA PARK, DEC. 8, 1942 This is a day of great historic significance to all Oriental peoples, being the first anniversary of the outbreak of the Greater East Asia War. During the twelve months that have elapsed since December 8, 194 I, the invincible armed forces of the Empire of Japan, marching under the. protection of the majestic and august virtues of His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor of Japan, have succeeded in winning victory after victory against the combined forces of America" Britain and their lesser allies, on a scale and with a consistency unprecedented and without ~ar足 allel in the annals of modern warfare, until today, the last vestiges of Anglo-American power in East Asia have been completely obliterated from these regions and Asia, after centuries of waiting, is again back in the untrammeled possession of the Asiatics. In spite of these great and glorious victories, Japan is not reducing for one moment the intensity of her sustained offensive against enemy powers and the Japanese people, armed with indomitable determination and unshakable conviction of certain victory, are triumphantly marching forward, with constantly increaSing striking power, towards the objective of completely demolishing and annihilating all enemy forces and power of resistance. Japan is prosecuting this war for the noble and sublime cause of restoring justice and righteousness in world affairs. Nations who stake their national exi stence and prosecute a war for justice and not for territorial aggrandizement or commercial exploitation seldom stand up in arm s, but once they do, they are adamant and unbending. Japan labored long with patience and perseverance, even with humility and selfabasement, in her strong desire to maintain peace in the Pacific, and swallowing her pride and outraged feelings, continued to negotiate with the United States up to the very end , bearing their proveking arrogance and overbearing insolence

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with patience and resignation. The Americans, belittling and misca lcula ting the la tent strength of the Japanese Empire, persis ted in ma intaining an unwarranted and ' high -handed attitude , a nd ma licious ly misinterpreting the peaceful intentions a nd overtures of J a pan, d ared to cajole anel intimidate her by overt acts of b ad failh and fin a lly threatened the very existence of the J a pa nese Empire, hoping thereby to retain for all times in their own heads the politica l domination and economic subjugation of Oriental peoples. The w orld now knows from indisputable proofs that Japan was forced to sta nd up a nd fight in defense, not only of her na ti ona l pride and integrity, b u t also for the protection and we ll-b eing of a ll the p eoples of Eas t A sia. Thus , the gUilt of war is d e finitely a nd conclusively on the American side. T o preserve p eace and order in E a st A sia and thereby contribute 1;.0 the p eace of the world has been the historical mission of J'apa n ever since h er foundation as an Empire 2602 years a go. T4i s b asic n a tiona l policy is in reality none other tha n the ma nifes ta tion a nd ap p lica tion in modern times and to present condi ion s of the enlighte\led principle of the single h ousehold whi ch constitutes th e foundation spirit of J apan. In waging the present w ar , th e J apa nese are th erefore , in comp lete accord a nd agreement with thi s age-old principle and precept of th eir a ncestors, a nd the libera tion of a ll oppressed A sia ti c peoples a nd the establishment among them and within th e geograph ical limits of Greater E ast Asia of a sphere of common in terests, of lasting peace and of mutual prosperity, is a nd h as a lways b een the co nsistent policy of the Japanese tmpire. The present w ar has two major phases, both equally importa nt. One is the milita ry phase a nd the other is the phase of reconstruction. Throu ghout the various territories of East A sia , where hostiliti es took place only recently, the work of reconstruction is a lready ra pidly underway. progressing accordin g to schedule under th e direct supervision a nd with the active support of the Imperial Japanese Forces and the Japa nese Empire. Th e joy and gra tifi cation of the Filipinos today, in meetin g the Sun of the N ew D ay, is shared by millions of other Ori enta l peoples. Tn your n ewly found joy a nd gra tification . yon are one with a ll the p eoples inhabiting this spacious geo-

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graphic sphere. This war of Libera tion. like a ll w ars fou ght for righteousn ess. can end only in complete victory on th e side of the Just. Pla cing. therefore. ab solute confidence in Japa nese victory and with unswervin g fa ith and trust in the m ight a nd justice of J ap an. fee l proud tha t you are called upon to coopera te and collab ora te with J apa n in completing thi s histori c and nobl e task. The .crea tion of a new order out of the old calls for tremendous efforts a nd su fferin gs . But it is my fervent wish a nd hope that you will prove yourselves worthy of trust and confidence. a nd surmounting a ll ob stacles and difficulties and inspired with never dyi ng h ope succeed in the glorious task of reconstructing your ow n country a nd m ake of th ese beautiful isla nds a land of peace. prosl2erity a nd progress for the everlasting enjoyment of you a nd your posterity. D ecember 8, 17th Year of Showa.

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ADDRESS OF THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF THE JAPANESE MILITARY ADMINISTRATION ON THE OCCASION OF THE GRADUATION CEREMONY OF THE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES TRAINING INSTITUTE. DECEMBER 14. 1942. It is with great pleasure that I attend the first closing exercises of the Government Employees Training Institute and deliver to the graduating class my message of felicitation and a few words of advice wNch I hope will serve to guide them in their future conduct of official business. The original aims and purposes of the Philippine Executive Commission in establishing this institute were to educate and train a nucleus group of government employees who would dedicate themselves. body a nd soul. to the heroic task of reconstructing and rejuvenating the Philippines in full conso nance with the conditions and exigencies now prevailing in East Asia and i so doing. prOVide the necessary impetus and momentum to th ~peedy establislu;rent of the New Order in this part of the globe. while at the same time. accelerating the regeneration and progress of the New Philippines. thereby laying down For the guidance and inspiration of all i~cum足 bents in public office. the firm foundations of the new code of service and new precept of conduct for all government employees and public servants. You were the first to be selected from among your colleagues to fulfi II this important mission and consequently. you represent the best and most promising elements among the public officials now employed in the government service. During your enrolment here in this Institute. you have conducted yourselves in strict accordance with our highest expectations. having applied yourselves to your studies and tasks with assiduou sness and enthusiasm seldom witnessed before in any undertaking of this nature. Your conduct in this Institute should certainly be a SOUTce of pride and inspiration to you in your future activities. as well as serve as a shining example for your coll eagues to follow and admire. To be s ure. the training period has been for only two months. but your accomplish ment. physi cally. intellectually and spiritually. during


this brief term, far surpass anything witnessed heretofore, in the completeness of the curriculum as well as in the seriousness in which the studies were pursued. This is one of the outstanding features and great accomplishments of this Institute and is properly a matte.r of commendation both to you and to the individuals responsible for carrying this program out so conscientiously and with such brilliant success. Your day-to-day activities during attendance here were carried out in a most orderly manner under rigorous discipline. You lived and studied here in an atmosphere of harmonious group association and in the midst of a community of interest and oneness of spirit both in work and recreation. You have come to gradually absorb the true Spirit of Nippon and the underlying reason for her greatness, as well as a correct understanding of the present realities in East Asia and a pro'Per evaluation of the problems confronting' you and your pe~ple in rehabilitating your country. Today, you are happily grad ating with high honors and brilliant achievements. leavin behind you a lasting and enviable record of diligence, hard vork and concerted effort. The close and willing cooperation with your instructors and superiors and the spirit of fraterni and mutual consideration you have shown so clearly during your attendance in this Institute should become in the future, one of the distinctlve characteristics of Philippine public officialdom and one of the urgently required reforms in the conduct of public service which makes for greater efficiency in and closer coordination of all Government activities. I wish to personally congratulate each member of the graduating class for all these numerous accomplishments and I hope that you will continue in the good work YOll have so auspiciously commenced. You are about to return to your respective positions of tTUst and responsibility, and as champions and chosen leaders. undertake. with a vigor and enthusiasm befitting the honor and prestige that you have won in this Institute, the noble task of reconstructing your country from out of the ashes of the old to a position of honor and prestige in the new order of things in East Asia. My personal instrudion to each of you is that you make full use of the knowledge you have obtained here and by leadin g and inspiring the people who come under your

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influence, not by empty words but through the living lessons of actual examples set by your own conduct and deeds, carry out at all times your respective duties and assignments with the same spirit and the same high sense of responsibility you have manifested in such abundance to all of us dUTing your short attendance here. In so doing, you will not only do justice to the honor and distinction now being bestowed upon you, but will also live up to the trust and confidence of your own people and those of us who are collaborating with all loyal and enlightened Filipinos in the establishment of a new order of things in the regenerated Philippines. I conclude my brief message with the firm injunction that you live up to the high expectations we are placing in you and fervently pray for your success and good fortune in the performance of your respective duties.

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Section 1. Affairs Concerning Payment of Salaries ADMINISTRATIVE ORDINANCE NO. 20

CONCERNING METHOD OF PAYMENT OF SALARIES ART. l.-With respect to the payment of salaries, wages and recompenses (hereafter to be known as salaries) of employees, all government offices, banks, business firms, corporations and associations (hereafter to include branches and agencies) must deduct from the salaries of each employee the amount calculated according to the schedule mentioned below, and the amount so deducted is to be deposited with the banking and financial institutions by the employer, provided, however, that the above provision shall not be ap' plied to the person receiving salaries not exceeding P200 per month: (1) Thirty per cent upon the amount by which such total salaries ex路 ceeding P200 but not exceeding 1'300 per month. (2) Forty per cent upon the amount> by which such total salaries exceed P300 per month. (3) All the sUm in excess of P500, if any cash payment of salaries exceed the sum of P500 after the above prescribed amounts have been deducted. ART. 2.-The deposits prescribed in the preceding article, must be made under the respectiv>e names of individual employees, but the corresponding deposit receipts, certificates or pass books should be kept in bloc by the em' ployer and not to be delivered tel any employee. ART. 3.-The deposits, provided in this ordinance, shall not be allowed to be withdrawn unless otherwise permitted by the Japanese Military Admin. istration, provided that t he depositor shaH have no more duty to deposit on account of death, resignation or transfer outside of the Philippines. All the payment of deposi ts shall be made by crossed checks. ART. 4.-The banking and financial institutions shall specially mark "Forced saving account" on the deposit receipts, certificates or pass books for the deposits provided for in this ordinance. ART. 5.-The government offices, banks, business firms, corporations, and associations are required to l'eport to the office of the Japanese Military Ad路 ministl'ation the names of banking and financial institutions with which the deposits are made, the number of depositors, the amounts of deposits and ,vithdrawals and the aggregate amount of deposit balance as of the end of June and December of every year. ART. 6.-Any head officer, director, president, manager or representative

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and person in charge of the government offices, banks, business firms, corporations and associations who violates the above mentioned provisions shall be severely punished in accordance with the Military Laws_

Additional Provision This ordinance shall be enforced on and afber the 1st of December, 1942, at any place in the Philippines where the licensed banking and financial institutions are located. The outstanding balances deposited under the proclamation concerning method of payment of salaries, dated 23rd of January, 1942, shall be transferred to the new accounts. 19th of November, 1942. DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF THE JAPANESE MILITARY ADMIN~STRATION

MILITARY ORDINANCE No. 32 EXPORT DUTY ORDINANCE

ARTICLE All goods exportea from the Philippines shall, until furtber notice, be subject to export duty in accordance with the provisions of this Order. ARTICLE II The duty on export goods shall be 10% ad valorem. However, in the case of goods destined for areas other than those designated by the DirectorGeneral of the Japanese Military Administration or in the case of goods specified by the Director-General of the Military Administration, the levy shall be 20% ad valorem. ARTICLE III The value of the goods referred to under the foregoing shall, in the case of goods supplied to the Army for export purposes, be the estimated price at the time of delivery. In the case of other goods, said value shall be as estimated at the time of export. ARTICLE] IV Export duties shall be collected from exporters of goods and from those persons who supply goods to the Army for export purposes. ARTICLE V Exportel's coming under the categories listed in Article II, paragraph 2, of Military Ordinance No. 14, "Concerning the control of the import and export business of the Philippines," and purveyors of goods as referred to under Article III of the same Ol'dinance, shall submit to the OWee of the

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Military Administration each month, prior to the 16th of the following month, through the Philippine Import and Export Control Association, a report con· taining the description, quantity and value of the goods in question. Exporters other than those referred to in the foregoing paragraph shall, when e"l'orting goods, submit to the Office of the Military Administration, a report similar to that stipulated in the foregoing paragraph. ARTICLE VI Exporters and purveyors referred to in the foregoing ARTICLE V, paragraph 1, shall pay their duties for each month prior to the 25th of the following month. Exportars other than those included in the foregoing para· graph shall pay their duties at the time of the export of goods. ARTICLE VII Goods listed below shall be exeml'ted from export duties: (1) Goods required to fulfil the needs of the Army and so d"2signated by the Director·General of the Military Administration. (2) Personal effects or professional implements and instruments of travellers. The personal effects, implements and instruments shall, however, be consistent with the social standing of the traveller and so recognized by the Office of the Military Administration. (3) Household fects pertaining to private persons. These, however, shall be limited to goo s already in use. (4) All goods so designated by the Director·General of the Military Administration. ARTICLE VIII Exporters and purveyors as referred to under ARTICLE V, paragraph 1, shall, in accOl·dance with the instructions of the Director·General of the Mili· tary Administration, keep a ,·ecord of the details concerning the export or the supplying of goods. ARTICLE IX The officials in charge shall be empowered to question all persons con· cerned with the Export Duty, authorized to make necessary inspections and investigations of records, documents and other materials and goods, and also to take necessary measures for the enforcement of the provisions of this Order. ARTICLE

Evading or attempting tel evade the other illegal acts shall b"2 punishable by amount evaded 01· attempted to be evaded. immediately. All penalties amounting to less than P20.00.

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ARTICLE XI On those included under! the following categories shall be imposed a fine of not more than five thousand pesos (P5,OOO.00): (1) Those failing to make or falsifying the statements stipulated under ARTICLE V of this Order. (2) Thos'a failing to make Or falsifying the records stipulated under ARTICLE VIII of this Order and those concealing such records. (3) Those refusing to answer, or to make statements in reply to, ques路 tions put by virtu'. of the provisions of ARTICLE IX, by officials in charge or those who in any way hamper the execution of the duties of said officials, or are guilty of any evasive act. ARTICLE XII In the case of violation of th", provisions of this Order by agents, reo presentatives and employees of exporters or purveyors as re:rerred to in ARTICLE V, paragraph I, in the course of their business, the exporters or purveyors shall be held responsible and punished.

Supplement This Order shall apply to the export of goods Or to the supply oj) goods to the Army for export pur poses on and after November 20, 1942.

RULES AND REGULA IONS CONCERNING THE EXECUTION OF THE EXPORT DUTY ORDINANCE ARTICLE I The areas referred to in Article I of Military Ordinance No. 32, EXPORT DUTY ORDINANCE, (hereinafter referred to as "the Ordinance") concerning taxation of export goods are hereby designated as follows: Empire of Nippon; Manchukuo; China (unoccupied ar'<!as excepted); Thailand; French IndoChina; and the areas occupied by the Imperial Japanese Forces in the course of the Greater E ast Asia War. The goods which, regardless of destination, are to be taxed 20 % ad valorem, shall be designated as necessity arises. ARTICLE II The goods to be exported from the Philippines referred to under Article VII, item I, of the Ordinance are hel'eby designated as follows: Military weapons; ammunition; fuel; foodstuffs, clothing, military sup路 plies; naval supplies; medical supplies; vetednary supplies, canteen goods. Goods r eferred to under Article IV of the Ordinance shall be designated as necessity al路ises. ARTICLE III The exporter and the purveyor refen-ed to under Article V, paragraph 1, of the Ordinance shall keep record of the following:

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1. Marks, numbers, d ""cr i p~ioll, quanLi~y and value of ~he goods exported supplied; 'j I" 2. Names and nationalities of t he vessels on which said goods are loaded; 3. Plaoe of loading and port or place of destination.

ARTICLE IV The levying of export cluties shall have precedence over a ll other levi·es, taxes or obligations. ARTICLE V In the collection of export duties, the Coll ector of Taxes of the Military Administration (hereinafter to be referred to as "Collector of Taxes"). shall, with the exception of such cases as come under Article Ill, paragraph 1 of the Ordinance, serve to the payers of export duties papers made ou~ in ac· cOl·dance with Form No. 1 f or the purpose of notification. ARTICLE VI On receipt of the notification refened to in the foregoing Article, the payers of export ~uty sh all remit in cash to the Philippine Branch Office of th" NANPOO KAIHATU KINKO (Southern Development Bank) the in· dicated amount together with the notification form . ARTICLE

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The Philippine Branch Office of the NANPOO KAIHATU K INKO, on receipt of the l·emittan referred to in t he foregoing Article, shall on due receipt of the same issue to t he remitte r a receipt a nd ma ke a r eport t her eof to the Collector of Taxes. ARTICLE Vln

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E xporters refer.r ed to under Article V, paragraph 2 of the Ordinance be verbally notified by the official in charge of the amount of duty to be levied and shall be requil'Cd to pay the indicated sum to the aforementioned I official. Those officials authol·ized to make verbal notifications as l·eferred to in the foregoing p a ragraph and who shall be empowered to impose counter measures for illegal acts r eferred to under Articles X, X I and XII of t he Ordinance shall be so d" signated by the Collector of Taxes. ARTICLE IX When the official in chal·ge has, on verbal notifications, received cash pa yment of duties, hE\' shall, as shown in Form No.2" make out an Invoice 0/ Pwyment which he shall r emit together with the cash received on the same day to the Philippine Branch Off ice of the NANPOO KAIHATU KINKO. Furthermore, he shall submit a Notification of Payment to the Collector of Taxes. . I I I 1,1 I ; ! When, through unavoidable circumstances, the remittance referred to in the foregoing paragraph cannot be made on the same day, he shaH be permi tted to do th", same on the follo,ving day. ,

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ARTICLE X The officers in charge sha ll, in cases of failure to pay duties within the specified period, tal<'<! necessary steps to attach the property of the evader of duties. ARTICLE XI All articles and effects delivered by third parties into the hands of the official in charge as ~ resul t of the aforementioned attachment of properties both of movabl¡e and immovable, securities and debentures, etc., shall, with the exception of currency, be disposed of by public auction. It shall be permitted, however, when considered necessary from the standpoint of public service, to substitute free contracts in place of the public auction stipulated in the foregoing. ARTICLE XII The proceeds of public sales, ahtached currency and cash acquired by the official in charge as a l'esule of attachment of debentures shall be used to indemnify unpaid duties and to defray the expenses incurred in the proceedings. ARTHILE X III Officials dlasignated in accordance ,vith the provisions of Article VIII , paragraph 2 shall, when executing their duties, calTY upon their person identification certifica s made out in accorpance with For m No. 3*. â&#x20AC;˘ Omitted here.

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Section 2. Affairs Concerning Transportation RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS, EXPRESS (EXCESS BAGGAGE) AND FREIGHT BY THE RIKUUN KANRIKYOKU (LAND TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT BUREAU)

-INDEXPART I--GElNERAL RULES PART II- PASSENGER RULES Section I-Tickets 2-Passenger Fare 3-Special An-angements 4-Hand Baggage PART III- ExPRESS RULES Section I-Baggage .. 2-Newspapers and M gazines PART IV-FRElGRT RULES Section I-Handi ing of Freight Shipments 2-Application of charges on Freight shipments PART

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GENERAL RULES RULE 1-The transportation of passengers, express and freight by rail and motor buses 01' trucks operated by the Rikuun Kanrikyoku (Land Trans路 portation Management Bureau) shall be subject to the Rules and Regulations as set forth herein. RULE 2-ln the transportation of passenger and/or freight or express the Military will always have priority over the public. If necessity so l'e, quires, the Military can, at any time, stop, limit or l'eguJate the acceptance of passengers and/or freight on any train. RULE 3-The Military will entertain no claim whatsoever for injuries or any other cause suffered by passengers, or for damage to or Joss of any shipment as a result of accident or any other causes. RULE 4-The transpol路tation of passengers, express a nd freight in general will be made as follows: 1. Passengers: Railroad-Fi rst and Third cless Motor buses-Third class only

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Railroad{ a. Less carload (L.C.L.) b. Carload (C.L.) Motor Truck-Less than Truck Load (L. T. L.) RULE 5-The distance in kilometers to be used in determining the pas· senger fare or freight charges between stations will be: 1. For passenll"'rs and freight on the railroad and bus-the com· mercial distance 2. For motor truck-the truck commercial distance RULE 6-The total amount of passenger fare or freight charges to be coll ected should always end in figures 6 or 0; from 1'0.01 to 1'0.05 to be considered as 1'0.05 and over 1'0.05 to 1'0.10 to be considered as 1'0.10. RULE 7-When passenger or shipper is found to have made a false de· claration on the kind of articles in his hand baggage or ft'eight offered for transportation, he will be required to pay surcharge penalty in the same way as if he takes train without ticket. RULE 8-Lost articles or goods found in coaches or station premises will remain in the custod of the Rilmun Kanrikyoku (Land Transportation Management Bureau). Notice containing a list of such articles or goods will be published or po ted on bull etin boards. If after 20 days such notice has been published or posted, no claim for the· recovery of the lost articles or goods is received they will automatically revet·t to, and be disposed of, by tbe Military. PART

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TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS SEOTION 1

T-ic/,ets RULE 9-'1'he kind of tickets will be as follows: 1. Individual one way ticket 2. Party ticket RULE 10-Tickets will be on sale at the follo\ving: 1. Railroad tickets-At regular stations. 2. Motor bus tickets-At Junction station or joint l·a i! and motor bus service, on the bus and by commission agents. RULE ll- Tickets for trains are valid within three (3) days from the date of sale. Tickets for motor bus will be valid as follows: 1. When issued by conductor on the bus- on Lhe date of issue only.

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When issued by Junction station of rail and moto,' service or by commission agents-elm be used on any day from date of issue. RULE l2--Passengers, when required, are obliged to show ticket to the station personnel or train or bus conductor for revision or inspection. RULE l3-Upon completion of tra""l, passenger is required to surrender his ticket to the station personnel at destination station, even if his ticket is no longer valid. SECTION 2

PaBsemger Jar!'e RULE l4-The basic rates for passenger shaH be as foHows: 1. On the RailroadThird Class-PO.02 per passenger per kilom" ter. For First Class-Double the 3rd class fare. 2. On Motor Buses-PO.02 pel' passenger pel' kilometer. 3. Minimum fare for adults on Railroad and Motor busesP.IO-for children (half-fare) -P.05. RULIl 15-Children 6 to 12 years of age traveling on trains and motor buses will pay 50 % or one-half of the f are for adult passenger, subject to the provisions of Rule 14. SECTION 3

Special P"o'Visions RULE l6--Tickets will be good for continuous trip only between points shown thereon. No stop路over at any intermediate point will be a Howed on any class of ticket. Passengers are 路prohibited to ride on trains without passage ticket or to travel beyond destination station shown on ticket held. RULE l7-Cost of Tickets not used within the period of its validity may be refunded to the owner at the station where ticket was purchased when due to the foHowing causes : a. Interruption to train service b. Death of holder c. Illness. In this case physician'S certificate should be obtained. d. Order or arrest or apprehension of ticket holder by police 01' courts of justice or upon military order restraining la路ave!. The value of unused pO}'tion of ticket may be }'efunded after deducting the value of fare between points traveled by holder. SECTION 4

Hand Baggage RULE lS-Passengers are permitted to carry in the coaches, f''8e of charge, hand baggage which they can easil y handle, except the following: 1. Dangerous articles 2. Corpse

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Animals, chickens not included. Articles or commodities which may be offensive to other passengers because of the odor which they emit or are dirty or unhealthy, or which may cause damage to the car. Anything which will obstruct the use of passengel' seats or the passageway (aisle) in the car. PART

III

EXPRESS SHIPMENTS SECTION 1

Baggage

RULE 19-Baggage or articles necessary for travel may be accepted for transportation, 'except the following: 1. Any article, packag-e or piece whose length is over 2 meters, weight over 30 kilos, and volume over 0.5 cu. m. 2. Dangerous articles 3. Corpse 4. Animals S. Any articl which may cause d mage to other articles in the car. RULE 20-For each passenger, baggage shipment of one package or pieca will be accepted free of charge. RULE 21-Passengells must put tags on each end of the package which should show the following: 1. Address a nd name of the owner 2. Kind of articl"s contained 3. Station of ol'igin and destination RULE 22-Before boarding the train passenger must present his package to the Baggage Office where it wiJI be checked against the ticket he holds. No baggage will be forwarded to any point beyond the destination shown on the passage ticket of owner. RULE 23-For any baggage presented for transportation, a baggage check will be issued to its owner which for id'antification purposes must be presented at destination station upon taking delivery. RULE 24-Baggage will be delivered to its owner only upon presentation of baggage check at destination station. If passenger, however, loses the check, baggage will only be delivered upon presentation of a written statement which may satisfactorily establish that he has right to the package, also describing the contants of the package and by signing Baggage Check "BU. RULE 25-The free time allowance for delivery of baggage will be 2 days including the day of anival. If baggag-e is not taken within the free time allowance, storage charge will apply from the day following the free time allowance, at the rate of 1'0.10 for each 24 hours of fraction.

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SECTION 2

Newspape,'s and Magazines RULE 26-By special permission previously obtained from the Rikuun Kanrikyoku (Land Transportation Management Bureau) newspaper and magazine shipments may be accepted for transportation. RULE 27-Newpapers and magazines will be deliver ed to the consignee at destination station upon signing the delivery receipt which will be provided for this purpose. RULE 28-The charge on Newpapers and Magazines will be at the rate of 1'0.03 per kilogram (gross weight) irrespective of distance. RULE 29-For the purpose of determining charges, t he actual gross w~ight per shipment will be used. Fractions of 1 kilogram will be considered one whole kilogram. RULE 30-Charges accruing on newspaper and magazine shipments f rom the first to the end of any month must be paid at t he offices of t he Rikuun Kanrikyoku (Land Transportation Management Bureau) Manila, not later than the 10th day of the following month. RULE 31-When shipper of Newpal>ers and Magazines desires to discontinue this arrangement, a Jetter to this effect should be sent to the Rikuun Kanrikyoku (Land Transportation Management Bureau) and the discontinuance will only become effective upon express approval of that office. PART

IV

FREIGHT SHIPMENTS SECTION 1

Handling 0/ Freight Shipments RULE 32-Freight shipments tendered for transportation will be accepted fOl' billing in either Less Carload (L.C.L.) or Carload (C.L.) on the milroad and Less than Truckload (L.T.L.), on freight trucks, at the shippers' choice, except the following which will not be accepted for billing in Less Carload 01' Less than Truckload: 1. Any single articl'e, piece or package which has length of over 5 meters, weight over 200 kilograms, and volume over 2 cu. m. on l路aUroad. 2. Shipments for loading on truck-length over 3 meters; height2:1i meters, and width 1.5 meters. 3. Explosives 4. Corpse 5. If necessity so requires, the limitation of measurements in para路 graph (1) above may be modified upon express approval of the Rikuun Kanrikyoku (Land Transportation Management Bureau),

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RULE aa-A consignment of goods will be considered ONE SINGLE SHIPMENT when handled in the following manner: 1. Billed by one shipper to one consignee, from one point of origin to one point of destination, loaded at one time i\!ld arrange. ment for transportation as well as payment of corresponding charges is made at the time of billing. 2. In the case of Less Carload 01' Less than Truckload shipments requiring truck transfer, the quantity should be limited to the carrying capacity of the truck in use. 3. If in Carload, shipments should not exceed the following limita路 tion: (a) The qua ntity 01' volume must be such that the entire shipment can be loa ded in one car. . (b) One unit only of any r ailroad equipment which can be transported on its own wheels. RULE 34--A Shipping Order will be required for each single shipment tendered for transportation, except that should ther e be a large consignment of same commodity form ing a number 9f carloads billed by one shipper to the same consign e from same point of origin to same point of destination, only one Shipping Order showing all such shipments will be necessary. The Shipping Order shou~d show the :liollowing: 1. Kind of a,rticles, contents a nd eight 2. Point of o'rig in a nd destination 3. Full name an d address of shipper and consignee 4. Date the sh'pping order is prepared. RULE 35-Shippers of Less Carload and Less than Truckload shipments should attach securely to each package composing the shipment, two tags showing the following: 1. Station of origin and destination 2. Name and address of shipper and consignee 3. Kind and quantity of articles RULE 3S-Upon acceptance of a shipment for billing, Sheet "AU of cor路 responding Freight Waybill will be delivel'ed to the shipper who should send it to the consignee. RULE 37-Loading and unloading of Carload (C.L.) shipments at station of origin and unloading at station of destination will be done by and for the account of the shipper a nd/or consignee while loading and unloading of Less Carload (L.C.L.) and Less than Truckload (L.T.L.) will be for the account of the Rikuun Ka nrikyoku (Land Tra nsportation Ma nagement Bureau). If necessity so requires, loading a nd unloading of Carload shipments may he performed by the Rikuun Kanrikyoku (Land Transportation Management Bureau) for account of the shipper or consignee. RULE 3S-Except by! special permission, the actual weight of a shipment in Carload must not exceed eth e- rated carrying capacity of the car used. RULE 39-Delivery of ship ments at station of destination will be made to the consignee upon the surrender of Sheet "A" of the Freight Waybill.

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However, should Sheet "A" be not available because of failure of the shipper to send it on time or irregularity in the mail service, or for any other cause, delivery may be al'l'anged by the consignee presenting an affidavit which may satisfactorily prove that he is the real consignee and is rightfully entitled to receive the shipment. RULE 40-The free time allowance for loading or unloading a shipment in Carload is 8 hours, computed from the time loading and unloading notice is sent to the shipper or consignee. If loading or unloading is not finished within the free time allowance, demurrage charge will be made as follows: 10.25 per ton or fraction for each 6 hours 01' fraction, based on the rated carrying capacity of the car used. RULE 41-Shipments in Carload may be cancelled or \vithdrawn by the shipper giving proper advice of such intention before the cal' containing the shipment leaves the station of origin, in which case demul'l'age will apply as follows: 1. If cancellation is made before loading shipment, the number of hours will be computed from the time notice to load is given to the time notice o£ cancellation of shipment is received at the station. 2. If cancellation is made after shipment has been loaded in the l'ailroad car, the number of hours \vill be computed from the time notice to load is given until the time the shipment has been co pletely dischm·ged. 3. Rate of demurl'age shall he 1'0.25 per ton or fraction for each 6 hours or f,'action. RULE 42-For delivery of shipment in Less Carload or Less than Truck· load lots. the free time allowance \vill be 2 days including the day notice to take delivery is given. If delivery is not taken within the free time allowance, storage charge ,vill apply from the day following the free time allowance at the rate of PO.05 per 100 kilograms or fraction for each 24 hours or fraction. RULE 43-If the consignee of a shipment in Carload lots fails to unload his shipment ,vithin 36 hOUI'S from the time unloading notice is sent, the Rikuun Kanrikyoku (Land Transportation Management Bureau) at its dis· cretion, may unload such shipments, the cost of unloading to be for account of the consignee. SECTION 2

Application of charges on F"eight Shipments RULE 44-For the purpose of determining freight charges on Less Car· load or Less than Truckload shipments, the weight ,vill be in units of 10 kilograms, any fraction part of weight over 1 kilogram will be considered 10 kilograms. Minimum weight-30 kilograms. ROLE 45-For the purpose of determining freight charges on Carload shipment.q, the rated carrying capacity of cal' used will be used ag basis.

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RULE 46-Charges to be applied will be for each single shipment and in accordance with class ratings for the article specified in the Freight Classification, weight, distance, and the rates provided in the Table of Freight rates. In the case of shipments requiring truck transfer, railroad charges and truck charges will apply separately. RULE 47-Any commodity offered for transportation not named or within the groups of articles in the Freight Classification, will be classified third class. RULE 48-When there al"C several kinds of goods in one single shipment, the charge for the entire shipment will be based on the highest classification rating in the Freight Classification for any of the articl'es in the shipment. RULE 49-Class ratings will be found in a separate pUblication 01'- issue. RULE 50-Table of Freight Rates and its application will be found in II separab~ publication or issue. RULE 51-For Single shipment weighing over 3 tons I'equiring truek transfer, the I'ate will be given 10 % discount from the !Jess Carload rate given in Table' of Freight Rates mentioned in Rule 50 above. RULE 52-The minimum chai路ge for L ess Carload or !Jess than Truckload shipment will be 1'0.30 pal' shipment. RULE 53-Shippers must prepay at station of origin at time of billing the total freight cha,rges due on the shipment. RULE 54-Demur\,aga charges which may have accrued at the station of origin must be paid b'y the shipper at the time goods al'e loaded or at the time advice of cancella io'n of shipment is given the station agent. Storage charges accruing on Les Carload or Less than Truckload shipments at stations of destination .must be paid by the consignee upon taking delivery of the shipment. RULE 55-By special permission, shippers or consignees may be allo\Wd to settle later the freight charges due on their shipments. ADDITIONAL RULES RULE 56-These rules will become effuctive on the 25th of December, 1942. RULE 57-Before these rules are declar ed effective, the rules and rates currently in effect shall remain applicable.

REF: THE DATE OF REPORT AND REGISTRATION OF SECTION XX OF THE ORDINANCE CONCERNING THE PHILIPPINE SHIPPING ASSOCIATION (Dec. 28th, 1942) The reporting date of Article No. 2 of Section XX of the ordinance concerning THE PHILIPPINE SHIPPING ASSOCIATION shall be postponed to March 31st, 1943. DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF THE JAPANESE MILITARY ADMINISTRATION

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Section 3. ExeC1ttive Orders by The Chairman of the Exec1ttiv~ Commission EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 104 SUBJECTIN,G FRIAR LANDS ACQUIRED THROUGH PURCHASE TO THE REAL ESTATE TAX EVEN THOUGH TITLE THERETO STILL REMAINS IN THE STATE. Pursuant to the authority conferred upon me as Head of the Central Administrative Organization by Ot'der No.1 in connection with Order No.3 of the Commander·in·Chief of the Imperial Japanese Forces in the Philippines, and upon the recommendation of the Executive Commission, it is hereby ordered ~~:

i

1. All friar ands acquired from the Government through purchase, even though and while the title thereto remains in the State, shall be subject to the real estate tax beginning with the year immediately following that in which the contract of sale has been signed: P"ovided, however, That friar lands purchased pI·ior t'l the ~ate of the issuance of this Order, title to whlch has not yet been issued, to the purchasers, shall become taxable beginning with the year nineteen hundred and forty·three; and P'l'ovided, fu,·the;r, That if the land is declal'ed for taxation for the first;. time no back taxes shall be assessed against it, the provisions of Section 13 of the Assessment Law to the contrary notwithstanding. 2. Such provisions of existing laws as are inconsistent with the -p,7o. visions of this Executive Order are hereby revoked 01' modified accordingly. Done in the City of Manila, Philippines, this 16th day of Novembei·, 1942 . .J (SGD.) JORGE B. VARGAS

Chai,-man of the E xecutive C011t11ti8s1on APPROVED by the Director General of the Japanese Military Administration on November 16, 1942. EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 105 PRESCRIBING RULES AND REGULATION.S FOR THE GUIDANCE OF MAYORS IN CHARTERED CITIES AND MUNICIPALITIES IN CONNECTION WITH CENSUS TAKING FOR DISTRICT AND NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS AUTHORIZED UNDER EXECU·

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TIVE ORDER NO. 77, DATED AUGUST 7, 1942, AND PLACING SU CH ACTIVITY UNDER THE CONTROL AND SUPERVISION THE BUREAU OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS.

OFt

Pursuant to the authority conferred upon me as Head of the Central Administrative Organization by Order No. 1 in connection with Order No.3 of the Commander·in·Chief of the Imperial Japanese Forces in the Philippines, and upon the recommendation of the Executive Commission, it is hereby ordered that1. Uniform f orms or schedules for the talcing of census for district and neighborhood associations under Executive Ol'der No. 77, dated August 7, 1942, shall be used by all the municipalities and chartered

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2. The said census forms or schedules shall be devised by the Bureau of Local Governments, wi th the assistance of the Bureau of the Census and Statistics, and printed by the Bureau of Printing; 3. Such forms shall be distributed from time to time by the Bu· reau of Local Governments to the cities and municipalities as the need therefor may arise; 4. A copy each of the accomplished forms shall be forwarded to the Director of Local Governments by the mayor of every city or mun· icipality talcing a census, within ten (10) days after enumeration day; 6. All census work to be undertaken by virtue of said Executive Order No. 77 sha I be under the supervision' and control of the Bureau of Local Governments which shall, with the assistance of the Bureau of the Census and Statistics, compile, tabulate and summarize all the census returns for the use of the Military Administration and govern· ment offices. Done in the City of Manila, Philippines, this 18th day of November, 1942. (SGD.) JORGE B. VARGAS APPROVED by the Chai,.,nan of the Executive Commission Director General of the J apanese Military Administration on November 18, 1942.

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 108 REGISTRATION AND OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES IN THE PHILIPPINES Pursuant to the authority conferred upon me as Head of the Central Administrative Organization by Order No.1 in connection with Order No.3 of the Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial J apanese Forc2s in the Philippines, and upon the r ecommendation of t he Executive Commission, the following rules and r egul ations governing registration and operation of motor vehicles in the Philippines are hereby promulgated for the information and guidance of all concerned:

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SECTION 1. All owners of motor vehicles in lhe Philippines who are granted permits to operate motor vehicles by the Military Administration as provided in Administrative Ordinance No. 9 as amended by Administrative Ordinance No. 14, are requil'ed to register the same with the respective District or City Engineer of each province or chartered city who are hereby designated representatives of the Director of Transportation in the provinces and cities and to pay the fees fixed in this Order to the Provincial or City Treasurer, as the case may be, excepting in the City of Manila and in the province of Rizal where registration and payment shall be made with the Bureau of Transportation. SEC. 2. Except as otherwise specifically provided herein, the following annual registration fees of motor vehicles shal! be collected: (A)

Fees Private automobile8 (1) Five'passenger capacity or less, pel' annum, payable by semester ............................. .. ..... P 120.00 (I-a) For five·passenger cal'S of physicians, pel' annum, payable by semester . . . . ........................ 60.00 (2) Si,.." to eight·passenger capacity, pel' annum, payable by £emester ..................... . . . . . .......... 240.00 (3) When the :eassenger capacity exceeds eight, the vehicle will be classified as bus or truck and charged accordingly.

(B)

(e)

Autoealesas and gamge em's (1) One to fiVe-passenger capacity pel' annum, payable by semester ... . ...... . ...... . .. .. ............. . (2) Six to eight'passenger capacity pel' annum, payable by semester ................................... . (3) When the passenger capacity exceeds eight, the vehi· cle will be classified as bus or truck and charged accordingly. Motor truck8 (1) P rivate trucks (T) .. ..... . .... . . . ............. . per kilogram, pel' annum, based upon the gross weight of the truck, payable by semester. (l·a) Trailers of any classification operated for private use (T) ............................. . ... .. ... . per kilogram, per annum, based upon the gross weight of the trailer, payable by semester. (2) Tl'ucks for hire (TG) or (TH) ............... .. that of "T", payable quarterly. (2·a) Trailers of any classification operated for hit'e (TG) or (TH) ... . ............. . .......... .. .. . per kilogram, per annum, based upon the gross weight of the trailer, payable by semester.

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120.00 240.00

0.04

0.04

Tw ice 0.08


(3) (4) (5)

(D)

(E)

Passenger buses fOl' hire (TPU) ............... Twicc that of "T", payable quarterly. Undertaker or funeral car (U) ................. Twice that of "T", payable quarterly Motor trllcks including jitneys and station wagons authorized by special permit to carry more than eight (8) passengers and commodities not for hire, under "S" denomination .. . . ... .................... . .. Sanne as that of "T", payable by semester plus special fees of P25.00 for less than 26 passengers but more than eight (8) and 1'100.00 for 26 01' more passenger capacity. The special fees are payable annually.

Moto"cycles and "'toto,' scooters (1) Three passengers 01' less, pel' annum ............. (2) Motol'cycles 01' motor scooters for more than three passengers will be consi dered as automobiles and charged accordingly.

36.00

When ertificate of public convenience is ,路equ1.路ed In the cases of TPU, autocalesas, garage cars, TG and TH, a certificate of public convenience must first be secured from the Bureau of Transportation before any motor vehicle can be registered under any of such classification.

SEC. 3. plates:

The following fees shall be charged for identification

(A) (B)

For each number plate for identification of any vehicle For each number plate for identification purposes in connection with temporary permits issued in Manila by the Milital'y Administration 01' the Bureau of T"ansportation ... . ................. .. . . .............. . .. .

(C)

For one "Agent" plate for u se of automobile dealers duly registered ...... . ................ .. ........... .

SEC. 4. Payment of registration fees must be made: On 01' before December 15th for the first quarter or first semester of the ensuing year. On 01' before March 31st for the second quarter. On 01' before June 30th for the third quarter or second semester. On or before September 30th for the fourth quarter. SEC. 5. The following fees shall be charged for operation of motor vehicles under temporary permits issued by the Bureau of Transportation.

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P 1.00

1.00 10.00


(A) (B)

For per For per

temporary use of automobiles .............. _. . . . day, plus cost of plates. temporary use of trucks ..... _. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . day, plus cost of plates.

1.00 2.00

SEC. 6. The following vehicles shall be exempt from the payment of fees hereinabove prescribed: (A) All motor vehicles owned or operated by the Imperial Japanese Forces and the Philippine E xecutive Commission, or any of their branches, agencies, instrumentalities, or subdivisions_ (B) All motor vehicles in storage or not in use. SEC_ 7. Under no circumstance shall a motor vehicle operate unless it can'ies a permit (sticker and ce~1ificate of operation), the sticker to be posted on the windshield of such motor vehicle while the certificate of operation together with the driver's licens must be exhibited at any time upon demand by proper authority. SEC. 8. The p ermit (sticker symbol and certificate of operation) mentioned in the foregoing section shaH be valid in every province, city and municipality in the Philippines. SEC. 9. Any motor vehicle found opel'ating in the public highways without any permit (sticker and certificate of peration) or certificate of registration or in violation of the conditions of said permiL, excepting those operated by the Japanese Imperial AXnlY' and Navy, shall be subject to the confiscation of the number plate and the cancellation of the corresponding permit should the circumstances warrant such confiscaLion and canceHation, and in addition, to the penalties provided in existing laws. SEC_ 10. The follo,ving terms shall bear the meaning indicated herein : (A) Pennit--A permit is the authority issued by the Military Administration indicating the conditions for operation of any motor vehicle, and consists of a sticker sy;mbol and a certificate of operation. (B) Sticke"-A sticker symbol bears the stamp of the Military Administration with a black circle in the middle bearing Japanese characters which specify the authority of the particular operation. If issued in Manila, it bears the signature of the Director of Tl路ansportation . (C) Ce,-ti/ioate 0/ O'P1wution,-A certificate of operation indicates the permit number, car number, type of vehicle, the corresponding motor number, the name of the owner or administrator, his address and nationality, t he use authorized, the period of the permit and the date of issuance thereof. lt has the stamp of the Military Administration and bears the signature of the Director of Transportation, if issued in Manila. SEC. 11. This executive order shall be effective as of September I , 1942, in the Cities of Manila, Baguio and Cavite and the provinces of Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, nocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Laguna, La Union, Mt. Province. Nueva Ecija, Nueva Vizcaya, Pampanga, P angasinan, Rizal, Tnrlnc, Ta 路

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yabas, and ZambaJes, and in other provinces an d chartered cities, on the dates fixed by the heads of the respective branches of the Military Administration_ I SEC_ 12, Executive Orders Nos, 19, 64 and 79 dated March 19, July 17, and August 11, 1942, respectively, are hereby revoked, SEC_ 13_ The provisions of the Revised Motor Vehicle Law and other laws and orders relating to the registration and operation of motor vehicles which are not in conflict herewith 01' with Administrative Ordinance No, 9 as amended by Administrative Ordinance No, 14 shall continue to be in force, provided that they are not inconsistent with the present circumstances under the Military Administration, Done in the City of Manila, Philippines, this 28th day of NKlvember, 1942, (SGD,)

J ORGE B. VARGAS

Ch airman of the E xecu tive Commi8eion APPROVED by the Director Genet'aJ of the J apanese Military Administration on November 28, 1942,

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO, 109 ESTABLISHING A NATIONAL SERVICE ASSOCIATION TO BE KNOWN AS "K~ ISAN!AN SA PAGLILTNGKOD SA BAGONG PILIPI NAS" (KALIBAPI), Pursuant to the authority conferred upon me as Head of the Central Administrative Organization by Order No, 1 in connection with Order No_ 3 of the Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial J apa nese Forces in t he Philippines, a nd upon the r ecommendation of the E xecutive Commission, it is hereby ordered thatAR1'ICLE I ORGAN IZATION AND POWERS SECTION 1. There is hereby created and establi shed a non-political service association which shall be called "KAPISANAN SA PAGLILINGKOD SA BAGONG PILIPINAS" (Association for Service to t he New Phil ippines), This Association may likewi se be referred to as " KALIBAPI", The Association shall have its principaJ office in the City of Manila, Philippines, SEC_ 2, Th e Association shall have the power to receive real and personal pl'operty by g ift, devi se, 01' bequest; and to adopt a seal. It shall enjoy the general powers mentioned in the Corporation Law and shall be subject to the provisions thereof in so fal' as t he same are compatible ,vith the terms of this Order ; and, for the attainment of its purposes, may perform any act which a corporation, copartnership or natural pel'son may lawfully do lInd el' the laws now in force 01' which may hel'eaflcI' be enaded,

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ARTICLE

II

PURPOSES

SEC, 3, The Association is organized for the following put'poses: (1) To render such services as ,viII bring about the rapid reconstruction of the Philippines and the rebabilitation of its people, for which pUl'pose, it shall strive (a) to secure the unification of the Filipino people of all classes tbrough the development in them and among them of the conviction tha t the permanent security, well -being, and happiness of the Fili pinos depends on the permanent security of the Philippines; and (b) to coordinate all activities and services of organizations or individuals that are or may hereafter be concerned with the development or promotion of the welfare of the people socially, spiritually, physically, culturally, economically 01' otherwise; (2) To insure a stable foundation for the New Philippines by fostering (a) the cultural, moral, spiritual, and economic advancement of the people by giving encouragement to the above-mentioned activities and by invigorating in them such oriental virtues as hard work, faith, self-reliance, loyalty, bravery, discipHne, and self-sacrifice; and (b) the development of a more sturdy and vigorous race of Filipinos by attending to the physical development of the people through a wise supervision of physical exercise and wholesome r ecreational and outdoor activities, particularl y sports, and a thletic meets and co tests; (3) To assist tli Filipino people in fully comprehending the significance of, and to st1;engthen their adherence to, the principles of the GI'eater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere; (4) To seCUl'e for the New Philippines its rightful place in the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere as a worthy member t hereof; (6) To adhere strictly to the policies of the Imperial Japa nese Forces in t he Philippines in their administration and to render service in the establishment of the Greater East Asia Co -Prosperity Sphere ; and (6) To do any and all acts which will f acilitate the reconstruction of the New Philippines, and contribute to the advancement of t he Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere, ARTICLE

III

MEMBERSHIP

SEC, 4, Any Filipino, not less than 18 years of age, who identifics himself ,vith the ideals, aims and purposes of the Association and who is oI good standing in the community, may qualify as a member thereof, SEC, 6, Any qualified person who desires to join the Association may become a member by filing an application in accordance with the form to be prescribed for the purpose; with the principal office or with the local chapter of the Association, SEC, 6, A member shall observe and obey a ll the principles enunciated herein or ns may hereafter be promulgated by the proper a uthoriti es to

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guide his norm of conduct and shall, at all times, strive to work for the realization of the aims and purposes of the Association, subordinating him· self and hi s interests to those of his country, particularly in connection with the build ing of the New Philippines. He shall be entitled to participate in the gener al meetings of the Association, to seek the aid of the Associa· tion and all the members thereof in case of necessity, and to enjoy all such privil eges as may be accorded him by virtue of his membership. Certifi· cates of membership shall be issued to each member duly signed and attested by the proper officials oJl the Association. SEC. 7. No membership fee shall be collected from the members of the Associa tion. SEC. 8. Any member who shall commit any act or acts unwol·thy of a good Filipino, 01' antagonistic to the aims and p'urposes of the Associa· t ion, 01' who in any way shall not follow strictly the principles prescribed in this Order or any rul es that may hereafter be promulgated by the duly constituted au thorities of the Association, may be e.'<PelJed therefrom and &hall forfeit all rights and privileges inherent to membership therein. ARTICLE

IV

OFt' lCERS AND CO;NSTITUENT BODIES

SEC. 9. The government of the affairs and the promotion of the aims a nd purposes of the ssociation shall be entrusted to the President with the a ssistance of a Vice-President, and Director'General , an Advisory Board, and an E xecutive Staff. ARTICLE V THE PRESIDENT

SEC. 10. The Chairman of the Executive Commission shall ex ·officio be a nd a ssume the duties of ·the President of the Association. He shal1 fix a nd determine th e polici es of th e Association with the advice and assistance of the Advi sory Board. He shal1 appoint, with the approval of the Com· mander·in ·Chief of the Imperial Japanese Forces, the Vice·President and Director ·General, the Chiefs of the bUl'eaus 01' offices of the Association, and three Directors·at·large representing, respectively, Luzon, Visayas and Minda nao. SEC. 11. The President shall ha ve . the power: (1) to la y down the policies of the Association with the advice of the Advisory Board and the a pproval of the Commander ·in·Chief of the Imperial Japanese FOl'ces; (2) to initiate and 'adopt all measures necessary to carry out the aims and pur· poses of the Association; (3) to exercise al1 powers pertaining to the busi. ness of the Association and to hold and control all property of the Associa· t ion subj ect only to exi sting laws, this Executive Order, and the orders of the Commander ·in·Chief of the Imperial Japanese Forces; (4) to pass upon all r epol·ts submitted by th e Executive Staff and all actions taken by the latter; (5) to appoint such committees as he may deem necessary to study and r eport on cel·tain matter s submitted to him fol' considel'ation; (6) to

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upprove Lbe budget of the Association with the approva l of the Commander' in·Chief of the Imperial Japanese Forces; (7) to make rules and regula ' tions not inconsistent with the provisions of this Order and the existing laws or with circumstances, and to enforce obedience thereto; (8) to approve the "plantilla" of the personnel of the A ssociation; and (9) to exercise such other powers as may, accordi ng to this Order and subsequent enact· ments, he properly exercised by him . SEC. 12. The President shall pl'eside at a ll r egul a r a nd special meet· ings of the Advisory Board. SEC. 13. The President shaH, from time to time 01' when so requested, submit a report on the activities of the Association to the Commander·in· Chief of the Imperia l Japanese Forces. ARTICLE

VI

VICE-PRESIDENT A.ND DIRECTOR·GENERAL

SEC. 14. The Director·Gener al shall be the Vice·President of t be Asso· ciation and shall be the head of t he E xecutive Staff. He shall execute all the measures adopted a nd deci sions rendered by the President. For this purpose, he sha\l have executive supervision and control over t he hureaus and offices of the Association and sh all be accountable for the exer)!ise of such powers directly to the President . He shall fix the salaries and appoint the subordinate per onnel of the Association in conformity with the ap' proved budget and plantiJIa. In the absence of the President, t he Vice· President and Directo ·General shall perform the duties of the President. ARTICLE

VU

ADVISORY BOARD

SEC. 16. The membel's of the Philippine Executive Commission shall serve ex· officio in the Advisory Board of the President with the end in view of bringing about a better administration of the affairs of the Asso· eiation through a closer cooperation and coordination of its activities with those of the Central Administrative Organization. SEC. 16. The Advisory Board shall be composed of the Vice· P resident and Director·General, the members of the Philippine E xecutive Commission, the Chiefs of bureaus or offices of the Association, and t hree Directors·at· large, who shall serve for two years, unless sooner r elieved by the P resident. SEC. 17. The meetings of the Advisory Board shall be presided over by the President of the Association a nd shall be held at his call in his office or at such other place as may be designated by him . ARTICLE

VIII

EXECUTIVE STAFF

SEC. 18. The executive and administl'ative powers of the Association shall be vested in and discharged by the E xecutive Staff. At the head of the Staff shall be the Vice· President and Director'General, who shall be assisted by the Chiefs of the bureaus a nd offices of the Association and who shall be directly responsible to him.

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ARTICLE

IX

BUREAUS AND OFFICES

SEC. 19. There shall be a Bureau of General Affairs, a Research and Planning Bureau, a Bureau of Provincial and Municipal Branches, a Bu· reau of Publicity, the Office of the Secretary·Treasurer, and such other bureaus and offices as the President, after consultation with the Advisory Board, may subsequently establish. SEC. 20. The Bureau of General Affairs shall attend to all matters relating to moral, physical, cultural and economic rehabilitation, education, employment, and liaison services. SEC. 21. The Research and Planning Bureau shall conduct researches, studies and investigations and formulate plans and devise ways and means to carry out the aims and purposes of the Association. SEC. 22. The Bureau of Provincial and Municipal Branches shall take charge of the organization and coordination of the activities of the Associa· tion in the provinces, cities, and municipalities. SEC. 23. The Bureau of Publicity shall take charge of the dissemina· tion of information on the aims and purposes of the Association through the press, radio, cinema, stage, posters, meetings, rallies, and/or other appropriate means, in coordination \vith the propel' JaPllnese military authorities. SEC. 24. The Office of the Secl'etallY' Treasurer shall look after the ad· ministrative affairs of the Association, and in addition, shall take charge of its funds, assets, properties, personnel, records and general financing.

X

ARTICLE AUDITOR

SEC. 26. The Auditor General and Director of the Budget shall ex-officio be the Auditor of the Association. His duties shall be to examine and inspect the books, records and papers relating to the accounts of the Association, to make a careful check and audit of all its funds and properties, and to submit to the President the necessary reports regarding any anomalies or irl·egu. larities that may be noted in the examination, inspection and audit of such accounts. ARTICLE

XI

LOCAL CHAPTElRS

SEC. 26. In each province, city, and municipality, there shall be organ· ized local chapters of the Association with a view: to cal'l'ying out within its jurisdiction the aims and purposes of the Association. The provincial governor and city or municipal mayor shall ex-officio be the head of their respective local chapters. The municipal chapters may also organize branches in its barrios and sitios and designate them as subsidiary groups. The particular duties and functions of local chapters as well as the governing bodies thereof shall be in accordance \vith such rules and l'egulations as may be promulgated by the President of the Association after consultation \vith the Advisory Board. At all times these local chapters shall be under the imme-

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Idiate 5'Upervision and contl'ol of the central office and none of their acts ~shall he valid if, in the opinion of the President, the same are contrary to any of the aims or purposes of the Association 01' to any provision of this Order or of subsequent amendments or specific rules promulgated by him. ARTICLE)

XII

GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF MEMBERS

SEC. 27. There shall be a general assembly of members of the Associa. tion which shall be composed of two duly accredited representatives from each and every provincial 01' city chapter. It shall whenever possible meet once a year on the second Monday of January. SEC. 28. The general assembly of members may adopt such recommen· dations as may be necessary for the purpose of promoting the aims and pUl'Poses of the Association. ARTICLE)

XIII

FUNDS OF THE ASSOCIATION

SEC. 29. The funds of the Association shall consist of th~ contributions made by the Philippine Executive Commission or by entities and persons interested in the ai 5 and pUl'Poses of the Association. SEC. 30. The expenditure of the Association's funds shall be made in accordance \vith a budget prepared by the Vice·President and Director·Gen· eral and approved by the President and the Commander·in·Chief of t he Imperial Japanese Forces. ARTICLE

XIV

GENERAL PROVISIONS

SEC. 31. The Association shall use an emblem to symbolize the ideals for which the Association stands. Such emblem shall be in the form of a diamond \vith a white circle in the center of a red field. The emblem may be printed in the official correspondence of the Association. SEC. 32. No person shall hereafter be employed ill any department, bu· reau, office, agency or instrumentality of the Central Administrative Organ. ization, including the judicial courts, the local governments and the goverll' ment·owned or controlled corpo1'8tions, unless he is a member of the Associa· tion: Provided, That nothing herein shall be construed as dispensing with the civil service and such other requirements as may be prescribed by exist· ing la~s or regulations for employment in 'the government service. ARTICLE

XV

PENAL PROVISIONS

SEC. 33. From and af~r the promUlgation of this Executive Order, it shall be unlawful for any Filipino or group of Filipinos to establish, organize or form any association, union or corporation which is similar in character or name to the Association herein established, and any violation of this pro·

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vision shall be punished by a -finEl of not m01'e than one thousand pesos or imprisonment of not more than one year, 01' by both such fine and imprison· ment, in the discretion of the court. SEC. 34. Any person who shall falsely represent or induce others to believe himself as a member of, or an agent for, th" Association, or who shall solicit, collect or receive money, material or property of any kind thereby pretending to be a member, agent or representative of the Association, or who shall weal' or display the name, emblem or device of the said Associa tion, or any imitation thereof, for any fraudulent purpose, shall he punished by a fine of not more than five hundred pesos or imprisonment for not more than six months, 01' by both such fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the court. ARTICLE

XVI

AMENDMENTS

SEC. 35. This executive order may be amended by the Chairman of the Executive Commission after consultation with the Advisory Board. Such amendments shall take effect upon their apPl'oval by the Commander.in·Chief of the Impel'ial Japanese Forces. ARTICLE

XVII

EFFECTmTY

EC. 36. Thi s Orde1' shall take effect upon its approval by the Com· mander·in·Chief of the Imperial Japanese Forces in the Philippines. Done in the City of. Manila, Philippines, this 4th day of December, 1942. (SGD.) JORGE B. VARGAS Cha.irma.n of the E xecut;iv8 Comn';8/tion APPROVED by the Commander·in·Chief of the Imperial Japanese Forces in the Philippines on December 4, 1942.

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 110 CHANGING THE NAMES OF STREETS, HIGHWAYS, BRIDGES, TOWNS, PARKS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS IN VARIOUS CHAR· TERED CITIES AND PROVINCES. WHEREAS, in line with the objective of the Greater East Asia War of eradicating all (I'aces of Anglo·Saxon influence in East Asia, it has been deemed proper to change the names of cel·tain streets, highways, bridges, towns, parks, and public buildings in the Philippines, which bear American or other names incompatible with the present circumstances, with names of Filipino origin or meaning;

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NOW, THEREFORE, pursuant to the authority coniel'l",d upon me as Head of the Central Administrative Organization by Orders Nos. 1 and 3 of the Commander-in. Chief of the Imperial Japanese Forces in the Philippines, and upon the recommendation of the Philippine Executive Commission, with the approval of the Director Genel'al of the Military Administration (Ap proval No. 163), the names of the following streets, in the Philippines are hereby changed as hereunder indica ted : 1.

STREETS, ROADS AND BRIDGES

Stlreets (City of Mani la) Olel Name with Distl-ict

N ew Nwme

Albany (DiJiman) Allenby (San Juan) Arkansas (Malate) Atlanta (Port Area) Boston (Port Area) Brixton Bill Avenue (Sta . Mesa ) Broadway (San Juan) Bying (San Juan) California (Ermita) Cambridge (Diliman) Carolina (Malate) Oentral I10ulevard (Diliman) Chicago (Port Area) Circumferential Road (Around the City of Manila) Clemenceau (San Juan) Columbia (Diliman) Craig (Sampaloc) Dakota (Malate) Dart (Paco) Detroit (Diliman) Doherty (Pandacan) East Avenue (Diliman) Easy (San- Juan) Fairview Avenue (San Juan) Fishel' Avenue (Pasay) Florida (Ermita-Malabe) Foch Avenue (San Juan) F. B. Harrison (Malate) Gen. Pershing (Mandaluyong) Georgia (Malate) Governor Forbes (Sampaloc) Governor Gilmore (San Juan)

Lucena Tungkulin Albay Vigan Balanga Nilad Bia k-na-Bato Kagandahan !locos Tacloban Bataan Banahaw Makiling Manila Cotabato Lanao Bagong Ayos Samar Bayani Surigao Soliman Silangan Dalisay Sinukuan Diego Silang Isabela Tiyaga Lakandola Lakas La Union Sampaguita Tagumpay

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Old N arne with Distriot

New Nann,

Haig (Mandaluyong) Harboal'd (San Juan) Hilt (Pasay) Ho))ywC),pd Drive (San Juan) Indiana (Malate) Joffre (San Juan) Kansas (Paco·Singalong) King Albel·t( Mandaluyong) Kitchener (Mandaluyong) Lancaster ( San Juan) Lawson (San Juan) Liege (San Juan) Lincoln Avenue (S. F . del Monte) Main Avenue (Diliman) Marne (San Juan) Mal'yland (Diliman) Maude (San Juan) McGregor (QUIapo) Mercier (San Juan ) Miller Avenue (S. F. del Monte) Minnesota (Diliman Naushon (Pasay) Nebraska (Ermita) Nevada (Diliman) New York (Diliman) North Avenue (Diliman) O'Donnell (Sta. Cruz) Omaha (Port Area) Oregon (Paco) Pacific (S. F . del Monte) Palm Court (Pasay) Park Avenue (Pasay) Pennsylvania (Ermjta·Malate) Petain (San Juan) Pleasant Hill (San Juan) Prospect Grove (San Juan) Quezon Boul evard (Quia po) Rideout (San Juan) Riverside Dr;ve (San Juan) Robert (Pasay) Roosevelt (San Juan) Schuyler (San Juan) Sea View Avenue (San Jua n) Shaw Bouleva rd (Mandaluyong) SmHh (Paco) omma (San Juan)

Mithi Diwa Maginhawa Bukang· Liwayway Pangasinan Dansalan Cagayan P ag·asa P agwawagi Lapu Lapu Sipag Dumaguete Magat'Salamat Pangulo Bacolod Davao H agdang·Bato Watawat Oroquieta P asong·Tamo Leyte Pal ana n SOl'sogon Zamboanga Antique Hilaga Dangal Lingayen Tal'lac Sulu Kawit Barasoain Malolos Cebu Silanganan Batong-Buhay Mulawen Zapote Maktan P agtatapat Dakila Kaibigan Pintong Bato P asig Yakal Iloilo

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Old Name with Diatrict

Now NIJI"'.

South Avenue (Diliman) Tacoma (Port Area) Tacoma (San Francisco del Monte) Tole (Pasay) Tennessee (Malate) Verdun (San Juan) Vermont (Malate) Virginia (Diliman) Washington (Sampaloc) West Avenue (Diliman) Williams (Pasay) Wilson (San Juan) Wright (Malate)

Timog Cabanatuan Palawan Kapayapaan Mindoro Tagbilaran Masbate Misamis Mabuhay Kanluran Katarungan Katuiran Kawang路Gnwa

(ILOILO CITY)

Calle J ones路Quezon Calle Lincoln Call<l Scott CaUe Texas General Hughes

Oton Guimbal Cabatuan Capiz Ja 0 (CEBU CITY)

Arlington Pond St. Carlock St. Garfield St. Jones Avenue Lincoln St.

Naga Mandau. Talisay Maktan Opon (BACOLOD CITY)

Smith St. Taft St. Washington St.

Silay Binalbagan Pulupandan (CAVITE CITY)

ResthaV'en Road

Mabuhay (BACUIO CITY)

Brent Road Brower Road Country Club Cut路Off Demonstration Road F.r~son Road

Balatok Itogon Toyangan Kadang Mankayan

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(BAGUIO CITY)

Old Nalll(

New Nam.

G<>vernor Pack Happy Glen Loop Harrison St. Kneedler Road Lake Drive Leonard Wood Road Major Mane Military Cut路Off Navy Road Outlook Drive Sanitary Camp Road Sheridan Drive _ession Road South Dl'ive Wagner \Vorcesber

Antamok Pawoi Atok Makawiwili Lobo Akupan Pugo Kotkot Obudan Pulog Palanas Suyok Mt. Data Lusong Lepanto Navak NATIONAL ROADS

Kennon Road Sayre Highway

Benguet Road Cagayan路Davao Road BRIDGES

Laoag Mulawen Bridge Padre Burgos

Gilbel路t Bl"idge Quezon Bridge (Manila) Quezon Bridge (Marikina, Rizal) ll.

TOWNS, PUBLIC SITES (PLAZAS AND PARKS) A,

ToWNS

Old Nanne

New Name

Adams, Uocos Norte Allen, Samar Brooke's Point, Palawan Concord, Samar Johnson, Agusan Jones, Ca piz Jones, Isabela New Washington, Capiz Taft, Samar Waloe, Agusan Wright, Samar

Diego Silang, Docos Norte Tanaman, Samar Dagohoy, Palawan Magtaon, Samar Lakandula, Agusan Banton, Capiz Cabanuangan, Isabela Lagatic, Capiz Tubig, Samar Lapu Lapu, Agusan Paranas, Samar

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B.

PLAZAS

Old Names

New Nannes

Mehan Garden, Manila Plaza Ferguson, Plaza Lawton, Plaza McKinley, Plaza Willard,

Jardin Botanico Plaza Simbahan Plaza Burgos Plaza Malaki Plaza Maliit

C.

Baguio City Park Rafael Palma Park Ignacio Villamor Place Kamagon Park Juan Sumulong Park Pardo de Tavera Park

Burnham Park, Baguio Forhes Park, Baguio Haights Place, Baguio Quezon Park, Tayahas Roosevelt Park, Baguio Wright Park, Baguio III.

PARKS

SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL SITES

A.

Schools

Old Nw",es

New Names

Adams EI" mentary School Adams, Ilocos Norte Allen Elementary School Allen, Samar Broolle's Point Elementary School Concord Elementary School Concord, Samar Johnson Elementary School J obnson, Agusan Jones Elementary School Jones, Capiz J ones Farm School Jones, Isabela New Washington Elementary School New Washington, Capiz Taft Elementary School Taft, Samar Waloe EI路ementary School Waloe, Agnsan Wright Elementary School Wright, Sarna,路

Diego Silang Elementary chool Diego Silang, 1I0cos Norte Tanaman Elementary School Tanaman, Samar Dagohoy Elementary School Dagohoy, Palawan Magtaon Elemental路y School Magtaon, Samar Lakandula Elementary School Lakandula, Agusan Banton Elementary School Banton, Capiz Cabanuangan Farm School Cabanuangan, Isabela Lagatic Elementary School Lagatic, Capiz Tubig Elementary School Tubig, Samar Lapu Lapu Elementary School Lapu Lapu, Agusan Paranas Elementary School Paranas, arnot'

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B.

SCHOOL SITES

Old Name

New N(J//ne

Quezon Stadium, Batangas Regan Barracks, Albay

Batangas Stadium, Batangas Albay Pl'ovincial Park, Albay

Done in the City of Manila, Philippines, this 8th day of December, 1942. (SGD.) JORGE B. VARGAS CII ail'ma>b of the Executive Commission

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 111 EXTENDING THE CORPORATE EXISTENCE OF THE BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS AND PRESCRIBING THE MANNER OF THE REDEMPTION OF ITS OUTSTANDING CIRCULATING NOTES. Pursuant to the authority conferl'Cd upon me as Head of the Central Administrative Organization by Order No.1 in connection ,vith Order NO.3 of the Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Japanese Forces in the Philippines, and upon the recommendati,on of the Executive Commission, it is hereby ordered that1. The corporate existence of the Bank of the Philippine Islands, a banking corporation now existing under and by virtue of Act No. 1790, as amended by Acts Nos. 2132, 3330, and 3738, is hel'eby extended for a period of one year from January 1, 1943. 2. The Bank of the Philippine Islands shall deposit with the National Treasurer in lawful money of the Philippines the sum of P100,000.00 on January 1, 1943, and the sum of P800,000.00 on January 1, 1944, which sums shall be held by the National Treasurer to the credit of a special fund to be denominated "Notes of the Bank of the Philippine Islands Redemption Fund" and shall be available exclusively for the redemption of the said notes: P"ovided, That if within the one year extension period of the corporate existence of the Bank of the Philippine Islands above provided, a new corporation shall haV'e been organized and authorized to do banking business in accordance with the existing laws, and sucb new corporation shall acquire all the assets and assume_all the obligations, including the liability on account of circulating notes, of the presently existing Bank of the Philippine Islands, the required d~posit of P800,000.00 on January 1, 1944, shall be waived and its stead the new bank shall be requi!'ed to deposit with the National TreaSUNr the following amounts on the dates indicated:

J anual'Y 1, 1944 .... _. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. January 1, 1945 .......... __ .... _... _.. .....

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P100,000.00 P200,OOO.00


January 1, 1946 .......... .. ....... . ..... .. . January 1, 1947 .............. . .... . . . ..... .

P200,000.00 P300,000 .00

Done in the City of Manila, Philippines, this 14th day of December, 1942. (SGD.) JORGE B. VARGAS Chai,.,nan of the E xecutive C01nmislrion APPROVED by the Director·General of the Japanese Military Administration on December 14, 1942.

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 112 AMENDING SECTION 61·A OF THE I NSURANCE ACT SO AS TO REDUCE THE MINIMUM TIME LIMIT FOR BRINGING SUIT UNDER ANY INSURANCE POLICY . TO THREE MONTHS.

Pursua nt to the authority confelll'ed upon me as Head of the Central Admininstrative Org'ilni'zation by Order NO.1 in connection with Order No.3 of the Comma nder·in·Chi1!i of the Imperial J'Ipanese Forces in the Philippines U' and in accordance witlt Instcuction No. 124, dated December 11, 1942, of)."" the Director General 0 the Military Administration, and upon the recom· mendation of the Executive Commission, Section 61·A of Act No. 2427, com· monly known as the Insu'rance Act, is hereby amended to read as foll ows: " SEC. 61 ·A. Any condition, stipUlation 01' agreement in any policy of insul'ance, limiting the t ime for commencing a n action there· under to a period of less than three months from the time when the cause of action accrues, is void." This Order shall take effect upon its promulgation. Done in the City of Manila, Philippines, this 16th day of Decembzr, 1942. (SGD.) JORGE B. VARGAS Chai",,,an of the E xecutive Comn,iss1on

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 113 AMENDING ECTION 16 OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO . 95, BY CHAN G· ING THE DATE THEREIN FROM APRIL 1, 1942, TO SEPTEMBER 27, 1942. . Pursuant to the authority conferred upon me as Head of the Oentral Administrative Organization by Order No. 1 in connection with Order No. 3 of the Commander·in·Chief of the Imperial Japanese Forces in the Philippines, and Upon the recommenda tion of the E xecutive Commission, the first para·

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graph of Section 16 of Executive Order No. 95, dated September 27, 1942, is hereby amended by changing the date contained therein from April 1, 1942 to September 27, 1942. Done in the City of Manila, Philippines, this 18th day of December, 1942. (SGD .) JORGE B. VARGAS APPROVED by the Chai,-man of the E xecutive Commiseion Director General of the Japanese Military Admini stration on December 18, 1942.

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 114 AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 13, DATED MARCH 12, 1942, SO AS TO PRESCRIBE A NEW SCHEDULE OF SALARIES FOR THE OFFICIALS OF THE CITIES OF BACOLOD, CEBU AND ILOILO, AND TO REPEAJ,. THE PROVISIONS THEREOF REFER· RING TO THE ABOLISHED CITIES OF ZAMBOANGA AND TA · GAYTAY, Pursuant to the authority couf.ened upon me as Head of the Central Administrative Organization by Orde, No.1 in connection with Order No.3 of the Commander·in·CYiief of the Imperial Japanese FOl'ces in the Philippines, and upon the l'ecommendation of the Executive Commission, it is hereby ol'dered thatI . 1. Sub'paragraph No.2 (e) of Executive Order No. 13, dated March 12, 1942, is hereby amended to read as follows: "2. Maximum Salary Rates for official8 of Cha,·te,·ed Cities: x . x x x x x x x "(c) Bacolod, Cebu, Davao and Iloilo Mayor .......... . ..... .......... . P3,120 per annum Per diems of the members of the City 5.00 per .ession Conncil .. . . . ..... ... .. ......... . attended 2,640 pel' annum City Tl'easUl'er ... .... . .... .. .... . . 2,520 pel' annum City Fiscal ..... ..... ....... . .... . x x x x x x x X 9 Sub 'pa"agraph No.2 (e) of said E xecutive Order No. 13 is hel'eby I'epealed. Done in the City of ~anila, Philippines , thi 19th day of December, 1942. (Sgd.) JORGE B. VARGAS Chairman of the Executive Commission APPROVED by lhe Oi I'ector General of the Japanese Military Admini slt'ation on December 19, 1942.

.

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EXE CUTIVE ORDER No. 11 5 PROVIDING THAT NO DEDUCTION SHALL BE MADE FROM THE SALARY OF EMPLOYEES FOR SUBSISTENCE, QUARTERS, AND LAUNDRY FURNISHED THEM IN ACCORDANCE WITH LAW OR REGULATIONS. Pursuant to the authority confened upon me as Head of the Central Administrative Organization hy OI'der No. 1 in connection with Order No. 3 of the- Command'er-in-Chief of the Imperial Japa nese Forces in the Philippines, and upon recommendation of the E xecut ive Commission, it is hereby ordered thatNo deduction shaH be made from their sala ry for subsistence and quar ters furni shed employees who are stationed in isolated pl aces ; marine officers, petty officers, and crews of vessels and la unches on board vessels to which they are assigned; and such other employees as are r equired by law or r eg ulations, for the better performance of their dut ies, to take their meals or live within the premises of hospital s, dOI'mitories, pr isons, barracks, and similar structures i' nor shal1 deduction he ma de for laundry in the case of emploY2es of hospit s and similar institu tions r equi red by law or r egula tions to wear uniform. Done in the City

0

Manila, Philippines, t his 19th day of December, 1942 . (Sgd.)

JORGE B. VARGAS

Chai" man of the

E~ecuti1) e

Com路mission

APPROVED by the Director General of the Japanese Military Administration on December 19, 1942.

EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 116 CONTINUING THE EXISTING CLASSIFICATION S OF PROVIN CE AND MUNICIPALITIES AND AUTHORIZING THE COMISSIONER OF THE INTERIOR TO MAKE A GENERAL OR PARTIAL READJUSTMENT THEREOF. Pursuant to the authority conferred upon me as Head of the Centra l Administt'ative Organization by Order No. 1 in connection with Order No.3 of the Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial J apa nese F or ces in the Philippines, and upon the recommendation of the E xecutive Commission, it is hereby ordered that1. The classifications of the provinces and municipali t ies as of Janua~ 23, 1942, are herehy continued until further order s.


~. Whenever advisable in the public inLeresL, Lhe Commissioner of Lhc Interior may, with the approval of the Chairman of the Executive Com· mission, make from time to time a general or partial readjustment of the classification of the provinces or municipalities based on the estimated rev· enues of the provinces and municipalities involved for the current year ex· eluding aids from the Central Administrative Organization, and in accot·d· ance with the graduated amounts prescribed under existing laws as basis for the classification: Provided, That no province or municipality shall be t·eclassified oftener than once a year.

Done in the City of Manila, Philippines, this 29th day of Dllcember, 1942. (Sgd.) JORGE B. VARGAS Chai, ...llan of the Executive Commission APPROVED by the Director General of the Japanese Military Administration on Decembel; 29, 1942.

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