SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. IH. Ch. ’145. 1915. lll.7 Minister resident and consul eneral to Liberia $5 000; 1¤¤*·*¤* ¤·¤i¤•¤= Agent and consul general atgCairo, $6,500; ’ ’ Provided, That no salary herein a propriated shall be paid to any §;,•;°“°i_esmct. -offic1al receiving any other salary fliom the United States Govern- ry l°°' ment; Ch és d’aifaires ad interim and vice consuls $50 000; °‘*¤¤°¤d’¤¤¤*¤•·~ 'ME sss7,000. ' ""‘·*’·“°"· sanaams or saomzxraarms IN rim DIPLOMATIO smnvron. D§‘$,‘:,,*'§§",,,°“,,,§,$‘,,,§"° For secretaries in the Diplomatic Service as provided in the act of idniiiifm February fifth, nineteen hundred and fifteen, entitled "An Act for the improvement of the foreign service," approved Febr·uary fifth, nineteen hundred and fifteen, $157,500: Provided, That the amount §Z?§';;d¤¤ rm yar appropriated for "Salaries of secretaries of embassies and legations" 19%* in contained in the Act making appropriations for the Diplomatic and ’°' Consular Service for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fifteen, is hereby made available for the salaries of secretaries in the Diplomatic Service at the rate of compensation specilied in the Act entitled "An Act for the improvement of the foreign service," approved February fifth, nineteen hrmdred and fifteen; and there is also hereby appropriated for salaries of secretaries in lggwuml *0* 1* the Diplomatic Service, to expended in accordance with the pro- ` visions of the said Act of Febru fifth, nineteen hundred and fifteen, during the remainder of the tiseag year nineteen hundred and fifteen, the a ditional sum of $7,500. Japanese secretary of embassy to Japlan, $3,600; Turkish secretary of embassy to Tur ey, $3,600; Chinese secretary of legation to China, $3,600; Assistant Chinese secretary to the legation to China, to be appointed from the corps of student interpreters, $2,000. Assistant aplanese secretary to the embassy to Japan, to be appointed from the corps of student interpreters, $2,000. Assistant Turkish secretary to the embassy to Turkey, to be appointed from the corps of student interpreters, $2,000. sananrns or nrrnomarrc AND coNsUI.A1z orrromns WHILE nncmvmo INSTRUCTIONS Ann MAKING TRANSITS. To pay the salaries of ambassadors, ministers, consuls, and other m§;§:;gy$°*°¤*•°° officers of the United States for the periods actually and necessarily occupied in receiving instructions and in making transits to and from their posts, an while awaiting recognition and authority to act, in pursuance of the rovisions of section seventeen hundred R·“·¤‘°°·"‘°·¥’·"°“ and forty of the Revised Statutes, so much as may be necessary. ouzmrs AT Euaassms AND Lnoarrons. _ For the employent of necessary clerks at the embassies and ,n°:§‘i§];,i‘},E,,?“°‘“‘“ legations, who,pwliliiiever hereafter appointed, shall be citizens of the United States, $100,000. saraams or Inmnmnmns ro mmassms Arm Lnearrons. Interpreter to legation and consulate general to Persia, $1,000. I“‘°”"°‘°”·°“’· Interpreter to legation and consulate general to Bangkok, Siam, $1,500. _ For ten student interpreters at the legation to China, who shall be §§“é*,i,‘;f,f"°°’P”““ citizens of the United States, and whose duty it shall be to study the Chinese language with a view to supplying interpreters to the legatron
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