92 FOBTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 155. 1878. Consular and di- ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, out of any Pl°""*“’° '°"‘°°· money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the objects hereinafter expressed, namely: Euvgwq; pkmi- For salaries of envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary to P°*°“*'°“°“· Great Britain, France, Germany, and Russia, at seventeen thousand tive hundred dollars each, seventy thousand dollars. For salaries of envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary to Spain, Austria, Italy, Brazil, Mexico, Japan, and China, at twelve thousand dollars each, eighty-four thousand dollars. For salaries of envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary to Chili and Peru, at ten thousand dollars each, twenty thousand dollars. Mi¤i¤¢¤1‘¤ ¤¤¤i- For ministers resident at Belgium, Netherlands, Argentine Republic, d°“t‘ Sweden and Norway, Turkey, Venezuela, Hawaiian Islands, and the United States of Colombia, at seven thousand five hundred dollars each, sixty thousand dollars. For minister resident and consul-general at Bolivia, five thousand dollars. For minister resident accredited to Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras, Salvador, and Nicaragua, to reside at the place that the President may select in either of the States named, ten thousand dollars. Ministers resi- For minister resident and consul-general to Hayti, seven thousand dent and <><>¤¤¤1¤- five hundred dollars. €"“"'“l· For minister resident and consul-general to Liberia, four thousand dollars. Ohm-get dhqrairer That hereafter charges d’aiT`aires ad interim shall receive no additional ad fM¢rFm,1¤¢¢y vf pay beyond that which the law provides for the regular offices which they hold in their respective legations. Charges d’an”aires. For salary of charges d’affaires to Portugal, Denmark, Paraguay and Uruguay and Switzerland, at five thousand dollars each, twenty thousand dollars. Secretaries er le- For salaries of the secretaries to the legations at London, Paris, Berlin, 8***0**- and Saint Petersburg, at two thousand six hundred and twenty-tive dollars each, ten thousand five hundred dollars. For salary of the secretary of legation at Japan, two thousand five hundred dollars. For salaries of the secretaries to the legations at Austria, Brazil, Italy, Mexico, and Spain, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each, nine thousand dollars. For the salary of the secretary to the legation (when acting also as interpreter) at China, five thousand dollars. Interpreters. For the salary of the interpreter to the legation in Turkey, three thousand dollars. For the interpreter to the legation at Japan, two thousand five hundred dollars. Contingent ex- For contingent expenses of foreign intercourse proper, and of all the penses. missions abroad, eighty thousand dollars. Sonanutn B. Consulates. For the agent and consul-general at Cairo, four thousand dollars. For the consulsgencral at London, Paris, Havana, and Rio de Janeiro, each six thousand dollars, twenty-four thousand dollars. For the consuls-general at Calcutta and Shanghai, each five thousand dollars, ten thousand dollars. For the consul—general at Melbourne, four thousand Eve hundred dollars. For the consuls-general at Kanagawa and Montreal, each four thousand dollars, eight thousand dollars. For the consul- general at Berlin, four thousand dollars. For the consnls-general at Vienna, Frankfort, Rome, and Constantinople, each three thousand dollars, twelve thousand dollars. For the consulsgeueral at Saint Petersburg and Mexico, each two thousand dollars, tour thousand dollars.