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506 FIFTY-SECOND oonennss. snss. 11. cn. 182. 1893. BOAT AND GBEW 1*01: CONSUL AT HONGKONG. nmgkmg. Boat for official use of United States consul at Hongkong, and for pay of boat’s crew, five hundred dollars. EXPENSES OF PBISONS Fon AMERICAN 0oNv1oTs. Omsulnr prisoners. Expenses of a prison and prison-keeper, at the consulategeneral in """"°"· Bangkok, Siam, one thousand dollars. _ _ S¤¤¤s¤¤i. cum. Actual expense of renting of a prison at Shanghai for American convicts in China, seven hundred and nfty dollars; and for the wages of a keeper of such prison, eight hundred dollars; one thousand five hundred and fifty dollars; _ inmgswa. Jam. Actual expense of renting a prison in Kanagawa for American convicts in Japan, seven hundred and fifty dollars; and for the wages of a keeper of such prison, eight hundred dollars; one thousand five hundred _and fifty dollars; xupmg, ou., pr-at Paying for the keeping and feeding of prisoners in China, Korea,
Japan, Siam, and Turkey, nine thousand dollars: Provided, That no
mmm .n..w.'more than seventy-five cents per day for the keeping and feeding or ‘1 *· `each prisoner while actually connned shall be allowed or paid for any isuch keeping and feeding. This is not to be understood as covering · cost of medical attendance and medicines when required by such sen-suppomsgpns prisoners: And provided further, That no allowance shall be made for °“'°‘ the keeping and feeding of any prisoner who is able to pay, or does pay, the above sum of seventy-five cents per day, and the consular officer shall certify to the fact ot inability in every case. ' _m¤:. m.,pm¤¤ in Rent of prison for American convicts in Turkey, and for wages of °‘“'*‘°" keepers of the same, one thousand five hundred dollars. N Total, fourteen thousand six hundred dollars. RELIEF AND 1>1z0TEcTION or AIIEBICAN SEAMEN. mud of American Relief and protection of American seamen in foreign countries, or so '°“"°‘ much thereof as may be necessary, fifty thousand dollars. FOREIGN HOSPITALS AT PANAMA. rms;. impmu, . Annual contributions toward the support of foreign hospitals at P""““““ Panama, five hundred dollars, to be paid by the Secretary of State upon the assurance that sufcring seamen and citizens of the United States will be admitted to the privilege of said hospitals. PU;BLICATION or 0oNsU1.A1z AND OTHER COMMERCIAL REPORTS. rntpcaeiou. ext., Preparation, printing, publication, and distribution, by the Depart- °°"“ "°*’°"" Inent of State, of the consular and other commercial reports, including circular letters to chambers of commerce, twenty thousand dollars. Loss BY EXCHANGE, GONSULAR smzvrcic. Loss by egtmmgs, Actual cost and expense of making exchange of money to and from °°'“’“1“"’°""’“‘ the several consulates and consulates-general, four thousand dollars. CONTINGENT EXPENSES, UNITED STATES ooNsULATEs. Cgpfiygquf 0,. Expense of providing all such stationery, blanks, record and other P°“*·°·°°””“*°°"· books, seals, presses, flags, signs, rent, postage, furniture, statistics, newspapers, freight (foreign and domestic), telegrams, advertising, messenger service, traveling expenses of consular officers and consular clerks compensation of Chinese writers, and such other miscellaneous expenses as the President may think necessary for the several consulates, consular agencies, and commercial agencies in the transaction of their business, one hundred and nfty thousand dollars. Approved, March 1, 1893.