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SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. C11. 97. 1912. 103 _ ssnssms, corvsuurz smrvrcn. ¤¤¤•¤¤•¤-¤¤¤¤•· For salaries of consuls general and consuls, as provided in the Act Q,•g,_}*g¢ m approved May eleventh, nineteen hundred and eight, entitled "An v¤r.u§{l'.s•. Act to amend an Act entitled ‘An Act to rovide for the rec anization of the consular service of the United S)tates,’ approved gpril fifth, nineteen hundred and six," and amendments thlereto as follows: Consuls general, three hundred and three thousand dollars; consuls, seven hundred and thirty-four thousand dollars; in all, one million and th1;·tJ·-seven thousand dollars. For aries of five consular inspectors, at five thousand dollars °¤¤¤l¤‘*¤•P•°*¤¤ each, twenty-five thousand dollars. xxrmwsns or oonsuux msmwmns. For the actual and necessary travelmg` and subsisten expenses of '!‘¤*•¤¤¢· •¤·· •=i consular inspectors while traveling and umd;) instructions °°°°°' from the Secretary of State, fifteen thousan dollars. I sananms or oousrman asstsraxrs. For thirty consular assistants as‘ vided for b law thirty-six °"""""'*"“‘*· thousand six hundred dollars. Pm y ’ anmwaxcm ros. cum: mm: ar nrurmn swans ooNsm.a·rns. Allowance for clerk hire at consulates to be expended under the ¤¤¤•¢¤¤¤•¤¤•¤ dliriction of the Secretary of State, three hundred and forty thousand · o ars. _ sannuzs or ro o0Nsm.4·rms IN omru, crrosmv, arm rum. Interpreters to be employed at consulates in China, Chosen, and _§@""°"‘*°°°‘ Japan, to be cxgended under the direction of the Secretary of State, forty thousand ollars. d finterpreter at Vladivostok, Siberia, one thousand two hundred o ars. Interpreter at Tanglier, one thousand two hundred dollars. Interpreter at Seo , five hundred dollars. axrmwsns or , cosmos, nm so mms, rx rmuxsn Dormuoxs, AND so rom'!. · · Interpreters and ards at the consulates in the 'l`urkish dominions, ¤}_';_•;g’°°°"• Persia, and at Zanziilar, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of State, nineteen thousand dollars. summa or uansruns ron oonstmax oomrrrs. Marshals for the consular courts in China, Chosen, and Turkey, ’“"'“" eleven thousand dollars. nxrmrszs or Parsons mon nn:ruoaN oorrvxcrs. A t al use of renting a prison at Shariglzsi for con- cemrnwsun. victg him Claris}: one thousand two hundred dollars; for contmgeut ex- °°*°'."L penses, one thousand two hundred dollars; for the wages of a keeper of such prison, one thousand two hrmdreddollars; and for the wages of . an asistant keepa of such prison, eight hundred dollars; four thousand four hundred dollars. 87e18f—vor. 37-rr 1--9