Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 37 Part 1.djvu/120

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SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 97. 1912. 97 legation and consulates in China, at one thousand dollars each ten thousand dollars: Provided, That said etudent interpreters shall be i:`J¤°p‘l°°}¤a•¤ mea chosen in such manner as will the selections nonpartisan: And “?,P;m°,”"_m prwtdedfurther That upon receiving such_appointment each student ` interpreter shall sign an ageement to contmue in the service as interpreter to the legation an consulates in China so long as his said services may be required within a period of five gears; For the payment of the cost of tuition of stu ent interpreters at ’¤‘¤*¤¤¤· the legation to China at the rate of one hundred and twenty-five dollars per annum each, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; For six student intxreters at the embassy to Japan who shall “‘·"’°·‘· as of the Um fS{1ates,_and whose duty it shall be to stuclly e apanese language wit a view to su ymg` int reters to the embassy and consulates in Japan, at oneptlhousand eldhaus each six F thousand dollars: °ro·mHcd, t said student interpreters shall be mmpuiaaa arse chosen in_ such manner as will make the selections nonpartisan: “‘{.“,;,,,,,,,,,,,,_ And prqvtded further, That upon receiving such appointment each student.mtqrpreter shall sign an ?·eement to continue in the service as_ interpreter to the embassy an consulates in Japan so long as his said services may be within a period of five years. ‘ For the payment of e cost of tuition of student interpreters at `*"““°"· the embassy to Japan at the rate of ·one hundred and twenty-five dollars per annum each, seven hundred and fifty dollars; For ten student lJ1t§1’6t61$ at the embassy to Turkey, who shall '“'F""‘°’· be citizens of the Unit States, and whose dutigt shall be to study the lapipage of Turkey and any other language t t may be necessary to qu y them for service as interpreters to the embassy and consulates m Turkey, at one thousand dollars each, ten thousand I I dollars: Promkied, That said student interpreters shall be chosen m Noupartlnn wassuch manner as will make the selections nonpartisan: And promded “°.,:‘;,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,_,,_ further, That upon receiving such appointment each student interpreter shall sign an agreement to continue in the service as_intcrpreter to the embassy and consulates in Turkey so long as his said services may be requu·ed within a period of ive {years; For the payment of the cost of tuition of stu ent interpreters at "“”‘°“· the embassy to Turke , at the rate of one hundred and twenty-five dollars Kiper annum each, one thousand two hundred and fift dollars; Tot , thirty-seven thousand seven hundred and iiftgodoharm B l H But no erson drawing the salary of interpreter as a ve provided ,,,,§,f,:" ° °“ °" shall be allhwed any part of the salary appropriated for any secretary ‘ of legation or other omcer. cuanrmzs ron mz srunnxr mrsnrurmzs ar run sunassr ro ,,,&‘}.‘,',',f,i?,,$"““"““‘ . Jams. For rent of quarters for the student interpreters attached to the “"""‘· embamy at Tokyo, Japan, six hundred dollars. Quanrznsroarnsnsrunmrrmrmzrnzrmnsarrnnrunassrro runny. . Iarurkey. For rent of uarters for the student interpreters attached to the · embassy to Tugkey, six hundred dollars. courmczxr mxrzusns, ronmex mssroxs. Toenabls the rmaasae to vias, at as pursue expense, all such ,.,°# *’“""* statio , blanks records, anldubther books, seals, presses, Ha?. ¤¤d signszuzeshalltliinknecessuyfortheseveral embamcs an legationsin thetransactionof theirbusines, andalso£orrsnt,repa1rs,