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Secretaries of legation to Cuba and Panama, at two thousand dollars each, four thousand dollars;
Secretary of legation and consul-general to Colombia, two thousand dollars;
Secretary of legation to Siam and consul-general at Bangkok, one thousand eight hundred dollars;
Secretary of legation and consul-general to Stockholm, one thousand five hundred dollars;
Secretary of legation to Guatemala and Honduras, one thousand eight hundred dollars;
Secretary of legation to Roumania, Servia, and Greece, who shall also be secretary of the diplomatic agency in Bulgaria, with residence at Athens, one thousand eight hundred dollars;
Secretaries of legations to Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Salvador, and to Chile, one thousand eight hundred dollars each, three thousand six hundred dollars;
Secretaries of legations to Belgium, Denmark, Portugal, the Netherlands and Luxemburg, Turkey, Spain, and Brazil, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each, twelve thousand six hundred dollars;
Secretaries of legations to Argentine Republic, Venezuela, and Peru, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each, and Liberia, Switzerland, and Korea (who shall be consul-general to Seoul), at one thousand five hundred dollars each, nine thousand nine hundred dollars;
Second secretaries.Second secretaries of embassies to Austria-Hungary, Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, and Russia, at two thousand dollars each, fourteen thousand dollars;
Second secretaries of legations to 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;
Second secretary of legation to Turkey, who shall be an American student of the language of Turkey, and shall be allowed and required, under the direction of the Secretary of State, to devote his time to the acquisition of such language, one thousand six hundred dollars;
Second secretary of legation to Cuba, one thousand five hundred dollars;
Third secretaries.Third secretaries of embassies to Great Britain, France, Mexico, and Germany, at one thousand two hundred dollars each, four thousand eight hundred dollars;
Total, eighty-eight thousand one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

SALARIES OF INTERPRETERS TO LEGATIONS.

Interpreters to legations.Chinese secretary, legation to China, and interpreter to legation to Turkey, at three thousand dollars each, six thousand dollars;
Assistant Chinese secretary to the legation to China, to be, appointed from the corps of student interpreters, two thousand dollars;
Interpreter to legation to Japan, two thousand five hundred dollars;
Interpreter to legation and consulate-general to Persia, one thousand dollars;
Interpreter to legation and consulate-general to Korea, five hundred dollars;
Interpreter to legation and consulate-general to Bangkok, Siam, five hundred dollars;
Student interpreters in China.For ten student interpreters at the legation to China, who shall be citizens of the United States, and whose duty it shall be to study the Chinese language with a view to supplying interpreters to the legations and consulates in China, at one thousand dollars each, ten thou-