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FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 185. 1895. 8]%] duties, to their former homes in this country for interment, and for the ordinary and necessary expenses of such interment, three thousand dollars. INTERNATIONAL BUREAU OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. International Bureau _ of Weights and New Contribution ·to the maintenance of the International Bureau of um` Weights and Measures for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-six, in conformity with the terms of the convention v¤¤.20.p.m. of May twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and seventynve, the same, or so much thereof as may be necessary, tobe paid, under the direction of the Secretary of State, to said Bureau, on its certificate of apporl tionment, two thousand two hundred and seventy dollars. INTERNATIONAL BUREAU 1*02 PUBLICATION 01-* cnsroms TABIFFS. To meet the share of the United States in the annual expense for wggéiogel ¤¤¤— the year ending April first, eighteen hundred and ninety-six,. of sus- Vol.26,p?15'l§?.u. taining the International Bureau at Bmssels for the translation and publication of customs tariifs, one thousand three hundred and eighteen dollars and- seventy-six cents. Publication of diplomatic correspondence of the American Revolu- §§},‘§,f,§f“°**M“"· tion: Compensation for services rendered by John Bassett Moore, under V¤1·2¤.p·•=¤¤. the Joint Resolution approved February sixth, eighteen hundred and ninety, in the publication of the diplomatic correspondence of the American Revolution, three thousand dollars. . ‘ SCHEDULE B. s°""‘*“’° B
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Consul-general at Havana, six thousand dollars; c¤¤¤¤1¤.g¤¤m1. Consulsgeneral at London, Paris, and Rio de Janeiro, at nve thousand dollars each, nfteen thousand dollars; ‘ Consuls-general at Shanghai and Calcutta, at five thousand dollars each, ten thousand dollars; Consul-general at Melbourne, four thousand five hundred dollars; ` Consulsgeneral at Berlin, Montreal, Kanagawa, Panama, and Mexico (city), at four thousand dollars each, twenty thousand dollars; Consuls-general at Halifax and Vienna, at three thousand five hundred dollars each, seven thousand dollars; Consuls- general at Apia, Constantinople, Dresden, Guayaquil, Frankfort, Ottawa, Rome, Saint Petersburg, Singapore, and Saint Gall, at three thousand dollars each thirty thousand dollars; ' ‘ Consul-general at Nuevo learedo, two thousand five hundred dollars; Consuls-general at Tangier and Maracaibo, at two thousand dollars each, tour thousand dollars; Consuls—general at Santo Domingo and Barcelona, at one thousand five hundred dollars each, three thousand dollars; Total, one hundred and two thousand dollars. For salaries of consuls, viceconsuls, and commercial agents, three hundred and ninety-nine thousand dollars, as follows, namely: CLASS I. Clu•I.$5,000•year. Consul at Liverpool, five thousand dollars. Consul at Hongkong, five thousand dollars. CLASS Il. cuss 11, seasons YGAI'. Atétlhree thousand five hundred dollars per annum. ina: Consuls at Amoy, Canton, and Tientsin.