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FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 268. 1897. 589 Allowance for clerks at consulates, to be expended under the direc- ,,,g§“““]“*’°““°‘°l’°°‘ tion of the Secretary of State at consulates not herein provided for in respect to clerk hire, no greater portion of this sum than five hundred dollars to be allowed to any one consulate in any one fiscal year, thirty thousand dollars: Provided, That the total sum expended in one year shall not exceed the amount appropriated; Total, one hundred and five thousand Seven hundred and seventy dollars. SALAEIES OF INTERPRETERS TO ooNSULATES IN CHINA, KOREA, AND JAPAN. Interpreters to be employed at consulates in China, Korea, and Japan, 1”°°’P'°*°'°· to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of State, fifteen thousand dollars. EXPENSES on INTEBPRETERS, GUARDS, AND S0 FORTH, IN TUEKISH DOMINIONS, AND So FOETH. Interpreters and guards at the consulates in the Turkish Dominions g.i¤l1al¤?slJlr°t°H' and at Zanzibar, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of State, eight thousand dollars. SALARIES, MAESEALS Fon 0oNsULAE c0UE1‘S. Marshals for the consular courts in China, Korea, Japan, and Turkey, M¤*¤l=¤l¤- nine thousand three hundred dollars. EXPENSES or 1>EISONS Fon. AMERICAN o0NvIoTS. Expenses of a prison and prison keeper at the consulategeneral in g§§;‘§:{_”"““’· Bangkok, Siam, one thousand dollars; Actual expense of renting a prison at Shanghai for American cou- S"““g'*“*· victs in China, seven hundred and fifty dollars; and for the wages of a keeper of such prison, eight hundred dollars; one thousand nre hundred and fifty dollars; Actual expense of renting a prison in Yokohama for American con· Y°k°l*°'”‘* victs in Japan, seven hundred and fifty dollars; and for the wages of a keeper of such prison, eight hundred dollars; one thousand five hundred and fifty dollars; _ Paying for the keeping and feeding of prisoners in China, Korea, K°°P*”¤ P"°°“°”· Japan, Siam, and Turkey, nine thousand dollars: Provided, That no Qgfgfgb ,_,,0w_ more than fifty cents per day for the keeping and feeding of each pris- ana. oner while actually confined shall be allowed or paid for any such keeping and feeding. This is not to be understood as covering cost of medical attendance and medicines when required by such prisoners: And provided jvrther, That no allowance shall be made for the keeping 0,f:’Q:·*“PP°"*“SP'*¤· and feeding of any prisoner who is able to pay, or does pay, the above ' sum of fifty cents per day, and the consular officer shall certify to the fact of inability in every case; Rent of prison for American convicts in Turkey and for wages of R*¤¤*·¤¢¤- keepers of the same, one thousand dollars; Total, fourteen thousand one hundred dollars. _ RELIEF AND PROTECTION on AMERICAN SEAMEN. Relief and protection of American seamen in foreign countries, and wxgjl °‘ A“‘°“°““ shipwrecked American seamen in the Territory of Alaska, or so much thereof as may be necessary, fifty thousand dollars. FOREIGN HOSPITALS AT PANAMA. Annual contributions toward the support of foreign hospitals at P,£,‘§,’,,‘QQ=f“ l'°*l"‘“l“ Panama, five hundred dollars, to be paid by the Secretary of State upon the assurance that suffering seamen and citizens of the United States will be admitted to the privileges of said hospitals.