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SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 97. 1912. 101 twenty-two of the convention concluded at The Hague July twenty- nrnth, hundred and ninety-nine, for the aciiic settlement of international disputes, one thousand two hundred) and fifty dollars. For the contribution of the United States toward the maintenance U,,‘}’°‘§"•;'Qi‘§f,§_}§,'g of the Bureau of the Intcrparliamentary Union for the Promotion of nmnuon. I1n nal Arbitration at Brussels, Belgium, two thousand five un o . · mrmmarroxar. rnsrrrurrz or aerucuvruan. For the payment of the quota of the United States f th rt 1'"°""°°“" ""°' of the International Institute of Agriculture for the iizlalerildigpyearpo ml'e°¥·‘°gF;kl\iil‘~m' mneteen hundred and thirteen, four thousand eight hundred dollars. For of one member of the Permanent committee of the International Institute of Agriculture or the calendar year nineteen hulrgdredl and thirteen? tlgree thousandfsgxlhundred dollars. General M G or the payment o the expenses o e ates to th t F',,,°°'m '·° °¤· Assembly of the International Institut: 0% Agricultufielrogo be held uu m` at Rome, ten thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be expended under the direction and in the discretion of the Secretary of State. For the payment of the quota of the United States for the cost ,,,'{,‘;',;"'*"' ""’"‘ of translating into and printing in the E lish language the publications of the International Institute ofnigrieulture at Rome, five thousand dollars. rrrrsnuarrorzan narnwrir coimnnse. To pay the quota of the United States as an adhering member of ""°'°*'*°’*'“ ml' the International Railway Congress for the year nineteen hundred ny mum-` and thirteen, four hundred dollars. rrrrnnuarrorran sairrranr BUREAU. For the annual share of the United States for the maintenance of u};_**§¤*mg¤;¤•l ¤•¤*· the International Sanitary Bureau, two thousand eight hundred and thirty dollars and seventy-nine cents. sananms arm mxrrmsns, tmrrnn srarss cotmr mn crmu. foyaheglsumwm Judge of the United States court for China, eight thousand dollars; sump. district attorney of the United States court for }h1na, four thousand dollars; marshal of the United States court for China, three thousand dollars; clerk of the United States court for China, three thousand dollars; stenographer of the United States court for China, one thousand eight hundred dollars; for court expenses, eight thousand dollars; total, twenty-seven thousand eight hundred dollars. The judge of the said court and the district attorney shall, when the t{:gg·¤¤ ¤*¤¤¤* sessions of the court are held at other cities than Shanghai, recerye in semi- me can addition to their salaries their actual expenses during such sessions, "*"“"""L not to exceed ten dollars per day for the judge and five dollars lper day for the district attorney, and so much as may be necessary or said pu oses during the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, mneteen hundred aniip thirteen, is hereby appropriated. _ For rent of premises for the use of the United States court for China R°”‘ at Shanghai, two thousand four hundred dollars. rrrrnnnarrozran orrrrcn or runuc m·:.ar:rn. F the yment f the ta of the United States for the calendar ¤f1lEid>¤¤ Hqmlqh. yea1?li:rineti:n hrrndiied andugvelve toward the support of the Inter- igilisifrlif