(4) Two per centum (2%) of all premiums, excluding re-insurance premiums for the
sale of fire, earthquake and explosion hazard insurance collected by companies,
persons or agents licensed to sell such insurances in the Philippines;

(5) Two per centum (2%) of gross sales of companies, persons or agents selling fire
fighting equipment, appliances or devices, including hazard detection and warning
systems; and

(6) Two per centum (2%) of the service fees received from fire, earthquake, and
explosion hazard preinsurance surveys and post loss service of insurance adjustment
companies doing business in the Philippines directly through agents.

Section 14.  Collection of Taxes, Fees and Fines.  All taxes, fees and fines provided
in Section 13 hereof, shall be collected by the City or Municipal Treasurer
concerned for remittance to the National Treasury.  

Section 15.  Separability Clause.  If any provision of this Code or the application of
such provisions to any person or circumstance is declared unconstitutional, the
remainder of the Code or the application of such provision to other persons or
circumstances shall not be affected by such declaration.  

Section 16.  Repealing Clause.  Provisions of Presidential Decree No. 442,
otherwise known as the Labor Code of the Philippines, as amended and Presidential
Decree No. 1096, otherwise known as the National Building Code and other laws,
decrees, orders or regulations in conflict or inconsistent with the provisions of this
Fire Code are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.

Section 17.  Effectivity.  This Fire Code and its Rules and Regulations shall take
effect thirty (30) days after their publication in newspapers of general circulation.  

Done in the City of Manila, this 26th day of August, in the year of Our Lord, nineteen
hundred and seventy-seven.
Office Address :
819 Antonio
Maceda St
  Sampaloc, Manila
Office Address :
819 Antonio
Maceda St
  Sampaloc, Manila