FORTY-SEVEN TH CONGRESS. Sess. 1I. Ch. 56. 1883. 429 CO IAL AGENCIES, Commercial BEODCIOS. Sonnnurn C, . Saint Paul de Loando; Levnka; Gaboon · San Juan del Norte · s, For allowance for clerks at consulates sixty thousand five hugndred ntgcrk twmu] dollars, as follows; For the consul at Liverpool, a sum not exceeding the rate of two thousand ilve hundred dollars for any one year- and for the consulsgeneral at London, Paris, Havana, Shanghai, and Rio de Janeiro, each a sum not exceeding the rate of two thousand dollars for any one year; for the consuls-general at Berlin, Frankfort, Vienna, and Kanagawa, and for the consuls at Hamburg, Bremen, Manchester, Lyons, Hong- Kong, Havre, Crefeld, and Chemnitz, each a sum not exceeding the rate of one thousand five hundred dollars for any one year for the consulgeneral at Montreal, and the consuls at Bradford and Birmingham, each a sum not exceeding the rate of one thousand two hundred dollars for any one year; for the consulsgeneral at Calcutta, Port au Prince, Hayti, and Melbourne, and for the consuls at Leipsic, Sheiiield, Sonneberg, Dresden, Marseilles, Nuremberg, Tun tall, Antwerp, Bordeaux, Colon (Aspinwall), Glasgow, and Singapore, each a sum not exceeding the rate of one thousand dollars for any one year; for the consdls at Belfast, Barmen, Leith, Dundee, Matamoras, and for consul-general, at Halifax, each a sum not exceeding the rate of eight hundred dollars for . any one year; for the c0nsnl·gencral at Mexico and for the consuls at Beirut, Naples, Genoa, Stuttgart, Florence, Mannheim, Prague, Zurich, Panama, and Demarara, each a sum not exceeding the rate of six hun- ° dred dollars for any one year, For an additional allowance for clerks at consulates to be expended Additional pay under the direction of the Secretary of State, at consulates not herein W ¢=l¤fk¤ ¤* ¤°¤· provided for in respect to clerk hire, no greater portion of this sum than "“l“°°• four hundred dollars to be allowed to any one consulate in any one nscal year, six thousand dollars; Provided, That the total sum ex- p,.,,,,;,,, pencled in any one year shall not exceed the amount herein appropriated For consular officers not citizens of the _United States, ten thousand Consnlaromcers ecnm ¤··* mmm For salaries of the interpreters to the following consulates · At Shang- Interpreters. hai, Tien-Tsin, Foochow, and Kanagawa, at two thousand dollars each, eight thousand dollars. §•‘or salaries of the interpreters to the consulates at Haukow, Amoy, Canton, and Hong-Kong, at seven hmidred and fifty dollars each, three thousand dollars. ‘ _ _ For salaries of the interpreters to other consulates m Olnna, Japan, and Siam five thousand dollars. . For interpreters, guards, and other expenses, at the consulates at Gonstantinople, Smyrna, Cairo, Jerusalem, and Beirut, in the Turkish dominions, three thousand dollars _ _ . For salaries of the marshals for the consular courts in Japan, China, Marshals for can- Siam, and Turkey, nine thousand dollars. _ °“;*’ m For pay of boat’s crew for boat for onicial use of United States consul for gfzngul ia at Osaka and Hiogo, five hundred dollars. ‘ 0,*,, ,,,,_ For hiring of steam-launch for use of the legation and consulate gen- gte eral at Constantinople, one thousand dollars, fm ig For loss by exchange op! consuéatii and other foreign service of the chg;-s by cx- Departmen ei t thousand dollars, _ - Stlttdr contirngenttmxgenses of United_States consulates, such as sta- Ngwnnwt extionery, book cases, arms of the United States,_ seals, presses, and · Bags, rent, freight, postage, anlddother necessary miscellaneous matters, ‘ te t iousan dollars. _ onlizupeihrsgfasiimrih for American convicts in Siam and Turkey, and Pmcns. for wages of keepers of the same, two thousand dollars.

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