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688 THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 17, 19. 1863. 1848, eh. 155. gust, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, and fourteenth July, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, five hundred thousand dollars. Privateer. For privateer invalid pensions, three hundred dollars: Provided, That Pensions not no pension shall be paid under this act to any person who has been engl" P“‘d “’ gaged in the present rebellion against the Government of the United one in rebel- . . . . lion, gw_ States, or has in any way given aid and comfort to those engaged in the rebellion. APPROVED, February 3, 1863. . .-— tma°n prop11at1`r theC'¢msuIar¢mdDi 'E Czytihextlfzemmldd ?fr giding Jun? theieth, eighteen Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _Consular and States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and d‘Pl°‘“"£*l:, the same are hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not °pPt°P"° °°` otherwise appropriated, for the objects hereinafter expressed, for the fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, namel :·-- _ Envoys, min- For? salaries of envoys extraordinary, ministers, and commissioners of z?;;?;):;'; “°‘“‘ the United States at Great Britain, France, Russia, Prussia, Spain, ` Austria, Brazil, Mexico, China, Italy, Chili, Peru, Portugal, Switzerland, Rome, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Turkey, New Grenada, Bolivia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Guatemala, Nicara a, Sandwich Islands, Costa Rica, Honduras, Argentine Cout'ederation,Taraguay, and Japan, three hundred and one thousand dollars. Secretuies of For salaries of secretaries of legation, thirty thousand dollars. L°€*‘u°“v&°· For salaries of assistant secretaries of legation at London and Paris, three thousand dollars. For salary of the interpreter to the legation to China, five thousand dollars. For salary of the secretary of legation to Turkey, acting as interpreter, three thousand dollars. For salary of the interpreter to the legation to Japan, two thousand five hundred dollars. Contingent For contingent expenses of all the missions abroad, sixty thousand ¤z=x>¤¤¤e¤ Pf *0*- dollars. mg" °"”'°°°' For contingent expenses of foreign intercourse, eighty thousand dollars. Barbary For expenses of intercourse with the Barbary Powers, three thousand l’<>W¢\’S· dollars. Turkish For expenses of the consulates in the Turkish dominions, namely, Consulates. interpreters, guards, and other expenses of the consulates at Constantinople, Smyrna, Candia, Alexandria, and Beirut, two thousand five hundred dollars. Rene; &e., of For the relief and protection of American seamen in foreign countries, ¤°¤m°¤· two hundred thousand dollars. For expenses which may be incurred in acknowledging the services of the masters and crews of foreign vessels in rescuing citizens of the United States from shipwreck, five thousand dollars. Blank book,) For the purchase of blank books, stationery, arms of the United States, &c- seals, presses, and flags, and for the payment of postages, and miscellaneous expenses of the consuls of the United States, forty-tive thousand dollars. Om, mn, or For office rent for those consuls-general, consuls, and commercial eonsuls-general, agents who are not allowed to trade, including loss by exchange thereon, &°· forty-one thousand eight hundred and ninety dollars. Salaries of For salaries of consuls-general at Quebec, Calcutta, Alexandria, Ha-

;s‘;"¥:,';°“l vana, Constantinople, Frankfort-on-the-Main; consuls at Kanagawa and

' Nagasaki, in Japan, Liverpool, London, Melbourne, Hong-Kong, Glasgow, Mauritius, Singapore, Belfast, Cork, Dundee, Demarara, Halifax,