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and rot, but will allow defects according to sizes as follows :

Pieces up to 9 by 9 inches must be clear.

Pieces larger than 9 by 9 inches up to 12 by 12 inches will
admit 1%-inch of sap on one corner, or one standard defect.

Pieces larger than 12 by 12 inches will admit 2 inches of sap
on one corner, or one standard defect and one straight split
in one end not exceeding in length the width of the piece, or
the equivalent at both ends.

Splits diverging from a line parallel to edge by more than 2
inches to the lineal foot must be cut off. White lauan flitches
must be free of sap, otherwise should grade as other veneer
flitches.

7. CLEARS.

Clears shall be sound lumber, well manufactured and free of
rot, unsound knots, shake, splits, dry-rot or other defects im-
pairing the strength of the piece. Pinholes not considered a
defect unless so numerous as seriously to affect the strength
of the piece.

Variations in sawing in "clears" will be admitted as follows:

Up to 4 inches thickness, % inch allowed, provided no piece
is more than % inch under standard rough thickness.

Over 6 inches in thickness, )^ inch allowed, provided that no
piece is more than % inch under standard rough thickness.
This grade will admit not more than 10 per cent with this
variation.

Slightly stained sap that will be removed when surfaced to
the standard surfaced thickness of the respective dimensions
shall not be considered a defect in clears.

Defects admitted as follows:

(a) Pieces 1 inch thick up to 7 inches wide and up to 16 feet
long shall be clear; over 16 feet long will admit one standard
defect, or bright sap not to exceed one-fifth the surface measure
of the piece.

(6) Pieces 1 inch thick from 8 inches to 12 inches wide, 6
feet and 8 feet long will admit bright sap not to exceed one-
fifth surface measure of the piece; pieces 10 and 12 feet long



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will admit one standard defect or bright sap not to exceed one-
fifth surface measure of the piece; pieces 14 feet and 16 feet long
will admit two standard defects, or bright sap not to exceed
one-fifth the surface measure of the piece; over 16 feet long,
three standard defects, or bright sap not to exceed one-fifth
the surface measure of the piece.

(c) Pieces 1 inch thick over 12 inches wide and 6 and 8 feet
long will admit one standard defect or bright sap not to exceed
one-fifth the surface measure of the piece; pieces 10 and 12
feet long will admit two standard defects or bright sap not
to exceed one-fifth the surface measure of the piece; pieces 14
and 16 feet long will admit three standard defects or bright
sap along one or both edges equivalent in the aggregate to
four standard defects if there are no other defects; over 16
feet long will admit four standard defects.

(d) Pieces 1% to 2% inches thick up to 7 inches wide and
up to 16 feet long must be clear; over 16 feet long will admit
one standard defect or bright sap not to exceed one-fifth sur-
face measure of the piece.

(e) Pieces 1% to 2% inches thick, 8 to 12 inches wide up to
12 feet long will admit one standard defect or bright sap not
to exceed one-fifth the surface measure of the piece; pieces 14
and 16 feet long will admit two standard defects, or bright
sap not to exceed one-fifth the surface measure of the piece;
over 16 feet long, three standard defects.

(/) Pieces 3 to 4 inches thick up to 7 inches wide up to 12
feet long must be clear; pieces 14 and 16 feet long will admit
one standard defect or bright sap not to exceed one-fifth sur-
face measure of the piece; over 16 feet long, two standard defects
or bright sap not to exceed one-fifth surface measure of the piece.

(g) Pieces 3 to 4 inches thick, 8 to 12 inches wide up to 12
feet long will admit one standard defect or bright sap not to
exceed % of the surface measure of the piece; pieces 14 and
16 feet long will admit two standard defects or bright sap not
to exceed % of the surface measure of the piece; over 16 feet
long, three standard defects, or bright sap not to exceed % of
the surface measure of the piece.

(h) Pieces 6 by 6 inches, not over 9 by 9 inches, up to 16
feet long, will admit two standard defects; over 16 feet long,
three standard defects. Boxed heart not admitted.

(i) Pieces upward of 9 by 9 inches, up to 16 feet long will
admit three standard defects; over 16 feet long, four standard
defects. Boxed heart not admitted.

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8. MERCHANTABLE.

Variations in sawing same as in clears. Sound stained sap
not considered a defect in this grade.

Up to 4 inches in thickness, this grade will admit all sound
lumber that does not contain defects seriously impairing the
strength of the piece for ordinary or temporary structural pur-
poses; will also admit wane on one edge not to exceed half
the thickness of the piece nor extending over more than half
the length, nor to exceed one-fourth the with of the face.

Timbers from 6 by 6 inches upward, this grade will admit:
boxed heart, provided heart cracks do not extend to more than
one face ; also sun checks, pitch pockets, slight shakes or heart
cracks, sound sap, knots, or other defects not seriously effect-
ing the strength of the piece; and wane not to exceed one
fourth the width of any face, nor extending over more than
half the length of the piece.

Pieces containing more sap than heart wood shall be excluded
from this grade.



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APPENDIX B.



REVISED GROUPING.



First Group. (22 woods).

Acle (Alhizzia acle Merr.).

Aranga (Homalium, all species).

Bansalagin (Mimusops elengi L., M. parvifoUa R. Br.).

Baticulin (Dehaasia spp., Litsea euphlebia Merr., L. fulva F.-VilL, L,
obtusata F.-Vill., L. philippinensis Merr., Machilus spp., Nothophoehe
malahunga Merr., Phoebe sterculioides Merr., all woods of the family
Lauraceae having soft, fine-grained, golden yellow wood with more or
less characteristic odor).

Batitinan (Lagerstroemia pirif 07*11118 Koehne).

Betis (Bassia betis Merr.).

Calantas (Toona calantas Merr. & Rolfe and all other species).

Camagon (Diospyros discolor Willd., and other species having character-
istic reddish sapwood and black or streaky heartwood).

Duyokduyok (Mimusops calophyloides Merr.).

Ebony (Maba buxifolia Pers.).

Gisok (Shorea astylosa Foxw., S. balangeran Dyer, and other species with
wood of Yacal type).

Ipil (Intsia acuminata Merr., /. bijuga Ktze.).

Mancono (Xanthostemon verdugonianus Naves).

Molave (Vitex celebica Koord., V. parviflora Juss., V. pubescens Vahl, and
any other species producing characteristic dense, hard wood).

Narra (Pteroco/rpus, all species).

Sasalit (Vitex aherniana Merr.).

Supa (Sindora supa Merr.).

Tambulian (Eusideroxylon zwageri T. & B.).

Teak (Tectona grandis L. f.).

Tindalo (Pahudia rhomboidea Prain).

Uruhg (Fagraea fragrans Roxb.).

Yacal (Hopea basilanica Foxw., H. mindanaensis Foxw., H. ovalifolia
Boerl., H. philippinensis Dyer, H. plagata Vid., Isoptera borneensis Scheff.,
and other species with wood of the Yacal type.

Second Group (34 woods).

Acleng-parang (Albizzia procera Benth,).

Alintatau (Neonauclea sp.).

Alupag (Euphorbia cinerea Radlk., E, gracilis Radlk.).

Alupag-amo (Litchi philippinensis Radlk.).

Anubing (Artocarpus cumingmna Tree, A, lamellosa Blco., A, lanceolata
Tree, A, rubrovenia Warb., A. subrotundifolia Elm., A. superba Becc,
and other species with small, entire leaves, except Nangka, Artocarpios
integra Merr.)

Banaba (Lagerstroemia speciosa Pers.).

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Banuyo (Wallaceodendron celehicum Koord.).

Bolong-eta (Diospyros pilosanthera Blco.).

Bulala (Nephelium mutabile BL).

Calamansanay (Neonaucleaf all species except iV. bemardoi Merr.).

Caiia-fistula (Cassia javanica L.).

Catmon (Dillenia, all species).

Dirigkalin (Xanthostemon bracteatus Merr.).

Guijo (Shorea guiso BL).

Kayu-galu (Sindora inermis Merr.).

Macaasim {Eugenia^ all species large enough to furnish saw timber).

Malabayabas (Tristania decorticata Merr. and other species.)

Malacadios (Beilschiniedia cairocan Vid., and other species).

Malugay (Pometia pinnata Forst.).

Mangachapuy (Hopea acuminata Merr., H, pierrei Hance, and other species

with wood of Mangachapuy type).
Manggis (Koompassia excelsa Taub.).
Mapilig (Xanthostemon sp.).
Maranggo (Azadirachta integrifoliola Merr.).

Narek (Balanocarpus cagayanensis Foxw., and B. brachypiera Foxw.).
Narig (Vatico mangachapoi Blco, and all other species).
Palomaria (Calophyllum, all species).
Salingkugi (Albizzia saponaria BL).
Sudiang (Ctenolophon philippinensis Hall. f.).
Taba (Tristania littoralis Merr.).

Tabau (Lumnitzera littorea Voigt., L. racemosa Willd.).
Tamayuan (Strombosia philippinensis Rolfe).
Tanglin (Adenanthera intermedia Merr.).
Tiga (Tristania sp.).
Tucang-calao (Aglaia clarkii Merr.).

Third Group. (49 woods).

Agaru (Dysoxylwm decandnim Merr., and other spp.).

Agoho (Casuarina equisetifolia Forst.). - '

Agoho del Monte (Casuarina, all spp. except above).

Almaciga (Agathis alba Foxw.).

Amamanit (Eucalyptus naudiniana F. v. MuelL).

Amugis (Koordersiodend^on pinn^Ltum Merr.).

Anislag (Securinega flexuosa Muell.-Arg.).

Antipole (Artocarpus communis Forst., A. ovatifolia Merr., A. treculiana

Elm., and other species with large, incised leaves).
Apitong (Dipterocarpus, all species).
Batino (Alstonia macrophylla Wall., and all other species, except Dita,

A. scholaris R. Br.).
Batukanag (Aglaia bicolor Merr. and other species, except Tucang-calao,

A. clarkii, Merr.).
Bayanti (Aglaia Ilanosiana CDC.)
Binggas (Terminalia comintana Merr.)
Bulog (Aglaia everettii Merr.).
Calumpit (Terminalia edulis Blco.).
Dalinsi (Terminalia peUumda PresL).
Dao (Dracontomelum daa M. & R.).
Gisihan (Aglaia laevigata Merr.).
Kalingag (Cinnamomum mercadoi Vid.).
Kamatog (Erythrophheum densiflorum Merr.).



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Kansulud (Aglaia multifoliold Merr.).

Kato {Amoora ahemiana Merr.).

Kayatau {Dysoxylum turczaninowii CDC.).

Lanete (Wrightiay all species).

Lanutan 1st. {BomhycideTvdron, all species).

Lumbayao (Tarrietia javanica BL).

Lumbayao-batu (Tarrietia sp.) .

Malabatino {Paralstonia clusiacea Baill., P. platyphylla Merr.).

Malakayan (Shorea plagata Foxw.).

Malasaging (Aglaia diffusa Merr.).

Malasantol (Sandoricum vidalii Merr.).

Matamata (Aglaia elaeagnoides Benth.).

Mayapis (Shorea palosapis Merr.).

Miao (Dysoxylum euphlehium Merr.).

Nangka (Artocarpus integra Merr.).

Nato (Palaquium, all species).

Oak (Quercus, all species large enough to furnish sawtimber).

Pagatpat (Sonneratia pagatpat Blco.).

Palosapis (Anisoptera^ all species).

Piagao (Xylocarpus moluccensis M. Roem.) .

Pine (Pinus insularis Endl. and P. merkusii Jungh. & de Vr,).

Red Lauan (Shorea negrosensis Foxw. and other species with wood of

same type).
Sacat (Terminalia nitens PresL).
Salamungi (Aglaia turczaninowii CDC).
Santol (Sandoricum koetjape Merr.).
Tabigi (Xylocarpus granatum Koen.).
Talisay (Terminxtlki, catappa L.).
Talisay-gubat (Terminalia oocarpa Merr.).
Tiaong (Shorea teysmanniana Dyer).
Toog (Petersianthus quadrialatus Merr.).
Unik (Albizzia marginata Merr.).

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Ambos Camarines

Antique

Bataan

Batanes

Batangas -

Bohol _

Bukidnon

Bulacan

Cai^ayan

Capiz -

Cavite

Cebu.— -

Cotabato

Davao

Ilocos Norte

Ilocos Sur

Iloilo — -

Isabela

Lagrnna

Lanao

La Union. -

Leyte

Mindoro _

Misamis

Mountain

Negros Occidental

Negros Oriental

Nueva Ecija.. —

Nueva Vizcaya.. _

Palawan

Pampanga

Pangrasinan



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Table No. 2. — Statement showing amounts in cubic meters of important
timbers, by species, cut and invoiced in the Philippine Islands during
the fiscal years 1910 to 1917.



species.



Lauan

Apitoni?

Tanguile

Guijo

Yaeal

Ipil -

Molave._

Narra

Calantas

Palosapis

Mangachapuy - -

Dungon

Tindalo

Acle .

Other species:
First group . _ _
Second group .
Third group _-
Fourth group .



Total 176,758



Fiscal year —



1910



43,439

20,764
2,106

14. 107
8,225

13, 717
8,923
5,744
3,174



2,453

954
809

574
6.667
8,816
36, 786



1911



46,942

21,096
2.762

14, 231
8,150

12,296
7,978
4.996
1.368



1,693

1.018

867

322
6,644
10,927
41,655



182, 945



1912



57,036
28, 929
3,999
18, 579
14,491
17,237
9.091
8,474



1.213

794

1,295

707

7,988

11.796

42.981



225. 548



1913



81,469
32,391
5,249
17.279
21. 770
15.791
9.363
8,877
3,320



931

932

1,690

1.000
8,543
8.711
59,855



July 1 to

Dec. 31,

1913.



20,249
12,905
3,390
7,841
5,593
7,535
4,783
3,941



601
484
729

687
3,266
2,999
25, 613



277, 171



101, 502



Species.



Lauan _.

Apitong

Tanguile.-

Guijo .

Yacal

Ipil —

Molave

Narra

Calantas

Palosapis __ _-.

Mangachapiiy

Dungon

Tindalo-.-

Acle. -

Lumbayao —

Pagatpat

Other species:

First group

Second group..
Third group —
Fourth group -



Total 294,758



Fiscal year-



1914



74,453
32,328
14, 682
19. 701
15, 115
17,602
9,758
8,467
2,423
2.222
1,469
2,199
914
1,287



2,196
9,373
7.557
73,017



1915



73,277
38, 849
15, 460
15,650
14, 714
12,089
10,546
9,868
1,999
1,631
1,859
1,467
1,181
1,498



2,190
6,940
6,920
60,130



276,268



1916



107,634
66, 529
28,961
16,685
16,471
14. 147
10,788
7,970
4,574
2.723
2,666
1,127
1,115
1,088



3,074
7,938
5,214
56,738



341,442



1917



131, 699

55,335

25,389

16,867

11,963

16,629

13,582

5,904

7,381

3,042

2,916

1,592

1,145

798

6,085

1,502

1,084

6,432

9,895

47.661



366,891



Total. 1910
to 1917.



636, 198

295, 126

101, 998

140,930

116,492

127, 043

84, 807

64,241

26,063

9,618

8,910

13, 276

8,537

10,061

6,086

1,502

11,834
63,791
72.335
444,436



2,248.283



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Table No. 3. — Revenues derived from the sale of forest products and
expenditures of the Bureau of Forestry since its organization, April
IJ^, 1900.



Fiscal year—


Revenue.


Expense.


Surplus.


Expense.


1901 to 1906 -


P2. 268. 591
191.080
211,571
251.380
271.582
334, 763
354,685
390,664
160. 913
442,661
425,817
494,447
536,328


?1, 118. 887
105,050
107,242
115,049
152, 161
160,476
200,840
227,048
141. 131
256,990
274. 176
285,708
281, 126


?1, 149. 704
86.030
104.329
136,331
119,421
174,287
153.845
163.616
19.782
185,671
151,641
208,739
255,202


Percent.
49


1907


55


1908.—


51


1909 - -


46


1910


56


1911


48


1912 _ - - — .

1913 -


57
59


1913 (July to December 31) __


88


1914 - -


58


1915....


64


1916


58


1917


53






Total -


6,334,482


3,425,884


2.908,598


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Table No. 4. — Revenue from sale of forest products, January 1 to December

SI, 1917,



Province.



Abra

Agusan _._

Albay

Ambos Camarines .

Antique

Bataan

Batangas...

Bohol

Bukidnon

Bulacan

Cagayan

Capiz — .

Cavite

Cebu _-_

Cotabato

Davao

Ilocos Norte

Ilocos Sur

Iloilo

Isabela _

Lasuna... „

La Union...

Lanao

Leyte.

Manila -



887.23
643.84
066.77
672.35
500.69
026.26
907.46
277.48



428.01
852.76
220.35
624.24
669.87
S28. 13
483.36
042.17
577.25
140.80
343.64
670.57
662.81
656.68
104. 19
812.20



Province.



Mindoro

Misamis _ _.

Mountain

NegTos Occidental

Negrros Oriental

Nueva Ecija __.

Nueva Vizcaya

Palawan

Pampanga

Pangasinan

Rizal

Samar

Sorsogon

Sulu

Surigao __.

Tarlac

Tayabas

Zambales

Zamboanga

Total charges

Total fines and penalties

, Grand total.-



Amount.



P6,679.16
4,835.39
6.345.00

16.473.68
8.846.73
5.406.75
346.71
1,978.44
1,622.61
8,495.31
3,850.60
6.965.00

22,307.95
2.123.48
3,341.78
1,830.58

43,730.50
3,578.87

36.770.63



487,665.04
48,663.18



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56
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55
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25


34
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90
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101
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22
29

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2
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31


Ambos Camarines


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Antique


1


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15


1


3




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Batanes




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12

5
26
42


2
6

54
78
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1

4
34

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52
19

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44

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107
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84
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25
59
52
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16


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8
17
21






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10
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5


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63


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3




107


Capiz


42


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12
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9
15

7
32

4
63
11
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5
29
13


27


2
11
3


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34


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41


Ilocos Sur






28


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34

13

4


7
22

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28

41


4




45


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1




22


La Union _




1
2




16


Leyte


4

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264


Mindoro


87


Misamis


42


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15
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36

10

14

6

30

11

24

52

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5


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24
19
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37
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65
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41
9
86
33
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101
34
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124
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78
22
19
26
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56
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30
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42
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60
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Nueva Ecija .


38


Nueva Vizcaya






42


Occidental Negrros


1


2


16


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2
7
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18




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Pampang^a


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Pan^rasinan






50


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106


Sorsogon


96


Surigrao


126


Tarlac __..


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Zambales


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829


117


10


1,906


557


1,052


127


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