4.98 rmrrr-snconn coxcimss. sms. ii. eu. 182. 1893. Secretary of legation in Guatemala and Honduras and consurgeneral to Guatemala, two thousand dollars · Secretaries of the legations in Turkey, Austria, Italy Spain, and Brazil, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each, nine thousand dollars- Secretaries of lcgations in Argentine Republic, Venezuela, Chile, and Peru at one thousand Eve hundred dollars each, six thousand dollars; sema mama. Second secretaries of the legations at London, Paris, and Berlin, at two thousand dollars each, six thousand dollars; Second secretaries of the legations in Japan and China, who shall be American students of the language of the court and country to which they are appointed, respectively, and shall be allowed and required, under the direction of the Secretary of State, to devote their time to the acquisition of such language, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each, three thousand six hundred dollars- Total, forty-seven thousand six hundred and fifty dollars. snmnms, mrmnrunrnns ro LEGATIONS. ummm. Interpreters to the legations in China, and Turkey, at three thousand dollars each, six thousand dollars; Interpreter to the legation in Japan, two thousand five hundred dollars- Iiiterpreter to the legation and consulate-general in Persia, one thousand dollars; Interpreter to the legation and consulate-general in Korea, one thou~ sand dollars; Interpreter to the legation and consulategeneral in Bangkok, Siam; five hundred dollars; Total, eleven thousand dollars. ‘ in umauxpym But no person drawing the salary of interpreter as above provided.
- """'°“"‘ shall be allowed any part of the salary appropriated for any secretary
_ of legation or other onicer. cnmrx-HIRE in LEGATIONS. ciux-nun. Clerk·hire at the legation in Spain, one thou and two hundred dollars., ` OONTINGENT EXPENSES, FOREIGN Mrss10Ns.i ¤;>_¤;§¤s·3_gr•¤¤· To enable the President to provide, at the public expense, all such, °" g" °"' stationery, blanks, records, and other books, seals, presses, flags, and signs as he shall think necessary for the several legations in the transaction of their business, and also for rent, postage, telegrams, furniture,. messenger service, clerk-hire, compensation of cavasses, guards, dragomans, and porters, including compensation of interpreter, guards and mpswn agents. Arabic clerk at the consulate at Tangieryand the compensation of dis~ patch agents at London, New York, and San Francisco, and for travel— rmmug. ing and miscellaneous expenses of legations, and for printing in the De— partment of State ninety thousand dollars. Loss BY EXCHANGE, nrrromrxc smzvrcm. LM by ¤¤¤¤¤¤z¤· Loss by exchange in remittances of money to and from legations,. two thousand five hundred dollars. strmm LAUNCH Fon LEGATION AT CONSTANTINOPLE. swam ¤¤¤¤¤1··¤<>¤· Hiring of steam launch for use of the legation at Constantine le one °°°°°°Pl°' thousand eight hundred dollars. P ,