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1118 SIXTY-THIRD oonennss. sm. 111. os. 145. 1915. P’°°‘·•°°- and consulates in China, at $1,000 each, $10,000: Provided That said mllmwihm as student interpreters shall be chosen in such manner as will make the i‘¤¤¤¤1=¤rvi¢¤- selections nonpartisan: And provided further, That upon receiving such appointment each student interpreter shall sign an agreement to contmue in the service as interpreter to the legation and consulates ir; (éhina so long as his said services may be required within a period o ve ears. '1‘¤i¤¤¤· For the payment of the cost of tuition of student interpreters at the legation to China, at the rate of $180 per annum each, $1,800. l“’“P"“· For six student interpreters at the em assy to Japan who shall be citizens of the Unite States, and whose duty it shall be to study the Japanese language with a view to supplymglinterpreters to the §¤>v¤·>¤· um embassy and consulates in Japan at $1,000 e_ac , $6,000: Provided, umm; That said student interpreters shall be chosen in such manner as will '1‘¤¤¤ ¤f¤¤rvi¤·=- make the selections nonpartisan: And provided further, That upon receiving such appointment each student interpreter shall an agreement to continue in the service as interpreter to the em assy ancgzgnsulatesi gapau so long as his said services may be required wit a erio o ve ears. '1‘¤i¤¤¤· For thi; payment oiy the cost of tuition of student interpreters at the embassy to Japan, at the rate of $125 per annum each, $7 50. 1¤ '1‘¤rk·¥· For ten student inte reters at the embassy to Turkey, who shall. be citizens of the Uniteld) States, and whose duty it shall be to study the language of Turkciy and any other language that may be neceshmm sary to qualif%‘tll1em or service as interpreters to the embassy and Nonpartlsan saw- consulates in key, at $1,000 each, $10,000: Provided, That said ”‘;_“m mmm student interpreters shall be chosen in such manner as will make the ' selections nonpartisan: And provided further, That upon receiving such appointment each student interpreter shall si an agreement to continue in the service as interpreter to the emlgisilssy and consulates ;_l‘tn·key so long as his said services may be reqmred within a _ perio o ve years. '1`°*”°”- For the payment of the cost of tuition of student inte reters at. the embassy to Turkey, at the rate of $125 per annum eaclh, $1,250· but no person drawing the salaray of interpreter as above provided shall be allowed any part of the s ary appropriated for any secretary of legation or other officer. Total, $32,300. m*·y;;:•t;=”{¤ ¤¢¤¤¤¤¢ quanrnas ron rm: srunnivr rmnarnnrmas AT nmaassrns. I“ "‘*’°"· Igor ren; of quaiggrs for the student interpreters attached to the em assy apan, 00. l”T""‘°’· For rent of <}(uarte1s for the student interpreters attached to the embassly to Tur ey, $600. Tot , $1,200. coivrrnemrr nxrmvsns, FOREIGN MISSIONS. 0°°¤§¤8°¤*•¤P·¤¤¤· To enable the President to rovide, at the public e ense all such I me mm` stationery; blanks, records, anld other books, Seals, prlisises, ilags, and signs, as e shall think necessary for the several embassies and legations in the transaction of their business, and also for rent, repaus, - postage, telegrams, furniture, typewriters, including exchan e of same, messenger service, compensation of kavasses, guards, dg o- _ mans, and porters, including compensation of inte reters, andaléie D“l’°‘°’*°¤'¤“· compensation of dispatch agents at London New ?ork, San Francisco, and New Orleans, and for traveling and miscellaneous expenses