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30 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 34. 1896. But no person drawing the salary of interpreter as above provided shall be allowed any part of the salary appropriated for any secretary of legation or other officer. i ‘ CLERK HIRE AT LEGATIONS. Clerk hir¢.S1>¤i¤- Clerk hire at the legation to Spain, one thousand two hundred dollars. CONTING-ENT EXPENSES, FOREIGN MISSIONS. contingent ex. To enable the President to provide, at the public expense, all such g;_’;;°* f""'?" '“‘°‘ stationery, blanks, records, and other books, seals, presses, flags, and ` signs as he shall think necessary for the several embassies and legations in the transaction of their business, and also for rent, postage, telegrams, furniture, messenger service, clerk hire, compensation0f cavasses, guards, dragomen, and porters, including compensation of interpreter, guards, and Arabic clerk at the consulate at Tangier, and the compenmspamr sgsm. sation of dispatch agents at London, New York, and San Francisco, and for traveling and miscellaneous expenses of legations, and for Printing- printing in the Department of State, one hundred and five thousand dollars. LOSS BY EXCHANGE, DIPLOMATIC SERVICE. I·°°' by °‘°*““¢°· Loss by exchange in remittances of money to and from embassies and . legations, two thousand five hundred dollars. STEAM LAUNCH FOR LEGATION AT 0oNs1•AN•rmo1>L1¤. Steam bunch. Tv- Hiring of steam launch for use of the Iegation to Turkey, one thouk°" sand eight hundred dollars. R¤¤*· RENT OF LEGATION BUILDINGS IN CHINA. Chinn Rent of buildings for legation and other purposes at Peking, or such other place in China as shall be designated, three thousand six hundred dollars. _ RENT or I.EGA·r1oN BUILDINGS AT TOKYO, JAPAN. ·Y¤1>¤¤- Rent of buildings for legation and other purposes at Tokyo, Japan, ~*"*·‘·P·“· for the year ending March fifteenth, eighteeeu hundred and ninety- seven, four thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. ANNUAL EXPENSES or CAPE SPARTEI. LIGHT, COAST OF Mouocco. Tvmir I§y¤£»·¤ ~¤<¤ Annual proportion of the expenses of Cape Spartel and Tangier °°“ KLight, on the coast of Morocco, including loss by exchange, three hundred and twenty-five dollars. BRINGING norm ORIMINALS. _ snngmghomecum- Actual expenses incurred in bringing home from foreign countries “‘“‘“‘ persons charged with crime, nve thousand dollars. FEES AND cosrs IN EXTRADITION CASES. Extraditicu ex- To enable the Secretary of State to comply with the requirements of

  • ’°$‘§,§’f’é2_ ,_ zu the fourth section of "An Act regulating fees and the practice in extradition cases/’ approved August third, eighteen hundred and eighty-two,

to be disbursed by the Secretary of State, five thousand dollars. RESCUING smrwnncxnp AMERICAN SEAMEN. I-ifgissuriuz t¤¤¢i- Expenses which may be incurred in the acknowledgment of the m"'" ‘ services of masters and crews of foreign vessels in rescuing American seamen or citizens from shipwreck, four thousand five hundred dollars.