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$6,000 3,000 2,500

Catania.
Florence.

4,000 6,000 3,500

Genoa...

7,000 2, 750

Leghorn. Messina..

Leon Dominian, consul.
William Oscar Jones, vice consul.
Franklin C. Gowen, vice consul..
Earl Brennan, vice consul.....
George B. Seawright, vice consul.
Ilo C. Funk, consul..
Joseph E. Ilaven, consul..
Alan T. Hurd, consul
Edgar H. Slaughter, vice consul.
Henry P. Starrett, consul general
Julian C. Dorr, vice consul...
Angelo Boragino, vice consul...
William P. Shockley, vice consul.
Bernard F Heiler, vice consul.
Jesse B. Jackson, consul...
Leonard G. Dawson, consul...
Lawrence S. Armstrong, vice consul.
Alexander P. Cruger, vice consul
Theodore Jaeckel, consul general in charge.
Hugh S. Miller, consul.....
John F. Huddleston, vice consul.
Linton Crook, vice consul...
Homer M. Byington, consul general..
Alfred T. Nester, consul.....
Syndey B. Redecker, consul.
William W. Schott, consul.
Ernest E. Evans, vice consul.
Adam Beaumont, vice consul..
Howard K. Travers, consul..
Walton C. Ferris, vice consul.
George P. Wilson, vice consul.
Walter H. Sholes, consul....
Howard A. Bowman, vice consul.
Horatio Mooers, consul...
James B. Young, consul..
John E. Holler, vice consul..

New York .... June 18, 1924
Pennsylvania... Feb. 17, 1927
Pennsylvania..- Aug. 10, 1926
New Hampshire Sept. 24, 1925
Indiana..

Oct. 26, 1926
Colorado.. Apr. 10, 1925
Illinois... Mar. 30, 1923
California. July 16, 1927
Illinois.

Dec. 28, 1927
Florida.. Nov. 16, 1926
New York. Mar. €, 1926
California. Feb. 16, 1915
Delaware.. Oct.

5, 1926
Massachusetts.. Sept. 21, 1927
Ohio....

Apr. 28, 1923
Virginia.. Mar. 18, 1925
New York. Sept. 7, 1926
New York. July 19, 1922
New York.....

Nov. 27, 1926
Illinois... Nov. 3, 1926
Ohio....

Nov. 19, 1923
Alabama.

Nov. 22, 1927
Connecticut. Mar. 28, 1923
New York. Mar. 18, 1926
New York, July 12, 1927
Kansas..

July 16, 1927
New York Feb. 17, 1927
Massachusetts. Dec. 5, 1924
New York... Sept. 21, 1927
Wisconsin June 16, 1927
Pennsylvania..- Dec. 21, 1925
Oklahoma... June 9, 1926
New York

Oct.
Maine..

Jan. 22, 1926
Pennsylvania... Apr. 16, 1920
Pennsylvania... June 2, 1923

5,000 4,500 3,000 2, 750 7,000 3, 500 3,000

Milan..

Naples......

9,000 3, 500 3,500 3, 500 3,000

Palermo...

4,000 2,500

Trieste....

6, 1924

Turin. Venice...

5,000 3,000 3, 500 6,000 2, 750

JAPANESE EMPIRE Tokyo.....

17, 500

9,000 5,000 4,500 4,000 3,500 2,500

Charles MacVeagh, ambassador extraordinary and New Hampshire Sept. 24, 1925

plenipotentiary.
Norman Armour, counselor of embassy.

New Jersey.... June 25, 1925
Eugene H. Dooman, second secretary.

New York. May 19, 1926
Hugh Millard, second secretary..

Nebraska... Feb. 7, 1927
Robert 8. Burgher, third secretary..

Texas..

July 29, 1925
Laurence E. Salisbury, third secretary

Illinois.

June 26, 1926
Cabot Coville, language officer.

California Apr. 8, 1927
Lt. Col. Charles Burnett, military attaché.. Army...

Aug. 7, 1925
Com. George McCall Courts, naval attaché. Navy...

Mar. 31, 1926
Halleck A. Butts, commercial attaché.

Dept. Commerce Apr. 7, 1927
Maj. Edward F. Witsell, asst. mil. attaché... Army.

Mar. 9, 1926
Lt. Com. John Marie Creighton, asst. nav. attaché. Navy...

May 25, 1926
Joseph H. Ehlers, asst. com'l attaché.

Dept.Commerce May 16, 1927
Maj. Richard W. Cooksey, language officer.. Army...

Apr. 4, 1925
Maj. William T. Pigott, jr., language officer.. Army.

Apr.

4, 1925

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Tokyo-Continued....

Capt. Harry I. T. Creswell, language officer. Army.
Capt. Coleman F. Driver, language officer.. Army.
Capt. Tobin C. Rote, language officer....

Army.
1st Lt. William K. McKittrick, language officer. Army.
1st Lt. Clarence P. Kane, language officer.

Army. 1st Lt. E. Carl Engelhart, language officer. Army. 1st Lt. James S. Monahan, language officer. Navy. Lt. William J. Sebald, language officer..

Navy.
1st Lt. Joseph F. Burke, language officer..

Navy.
Lt. (18) Henri H. Smith-Hutton, language officer.. Navy..
Lt. (8) Louis D. Libenow, language officer... Navy.
Lt. (jg) Edward S. Pearce, language officer... Navy.
Lt. (jg) Thomas B. Birtley, language officer. Navy.

July 24, 1924
Mar. 22, 1927
Mar. 22, 1927
June 27, 1924
Feb. 19, 1926
Mar. 22, 1927
Mar. 9, 1925
Apr. 30, 1925
Oct. 23, 1926
Apr. 14, 1926
Oct. 6, 1926
Apr. 6, 1927
July 11, 1927

$8,000 6,000 3,000

Dairen, Manchuria..
Kobe, Japan....

Edwin L. Neville, consul general.
Joseph W. Ballantine, consul..
Austin R. Preston, jr., vice consul.
H. Merrell Benninghoff, vice consul
Leo D. Sturgeon, consul..
Erle R. Dickover, consul..
Edward B. Thomas, consul.
George J. Haering, vice consul.
William F. Nason, vice consul.
Whitney Young, vice consul.
Henry B. Hitchcock, consul.
Harvey T. Goodier, consul..
Ransford S. Miller, consul general.
Charles H. Stephan, vice consul.
Charles L. De Vault, consul..
Graham H. Kemper, consul.
Leonard N. Green, vice consul,
William T. Turner, vice consul.
Russell B. Jordan, vice consul.

Ohio..... Sept. 18, 1925
Massachusetts.. Dec. 13, 1923
New York.. Dec. 13, 1923
New York June 21, 1927
Illinois..

Mar. 18, 1925
California. Nov. 23, 1921
Illinois... Feb. 21, 1924
New York. Nov. 8, 1924
Massachusetts.. June 7, 1926
New York. July 31, 1924
New York...... Oct.

8, 1925
New York. Dec. 12, 1924
New York Sept. 5, 1919
New York Nov. 8, 1926
Indiana..

Dec. 12, 1924
Kentucky. Dec. 13, 1923
Minnesota... Dec. 13, 1923
Georgia.. Aug. 9, 1926
Wyoming..... Apr. 2, 1926

4,000 5,000 3,500 3,000 3,000 2,750 4,500 3,500 8,000

Nagasaki, Japan..
Nagoya, Japan.
Seoul, Chosen.

Taihoku, Taiwan.
Yokohama, Japan....

3.500 6,000 3,000 2, 750

LATVIA :

Riga.

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LIBERIA Monrovia....

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Clifton R. Wharton, vice consul

Massachusetts... Mar. 30, 1927
LITHUANIA
Kovno..

Frederick W. B. Coleman, envoy extraordinary Minnesota......Sept. 20, 1922

and minister plenipotentiary.
Louis A. Sussdorff, first secretary.

New York.. Dec. 30, 1926
David B. Macgowan, first secretary.

Tennessee. Oct. 14, 1922
Loy W. Henderson, third secretary..

Colorado. May 12, 1927
Capt. Trevor W. Swett, military attaché.

Army.....

Oct.

1, 1924 Carl J. Mayer, commercial attaché..

Dept. Commerce Feb. 28, 1925 " See below, Consular Service. • See above, Diplomatic Service.

The diplomatic officers here listed are accredited to Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.

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Mexico, D. F..

Dwight W. Morrow, ambassador extraordinary New Jersey..... Sept. 21, 1927 17,500

and plenipotentiary. H. F. Arthur Schoenfeld, counselor of embassy Dist. Columbia. Mar. 5, 1924 9,000 Alan F. Winslow, first secretary

Illinois..

Nov, 15, 1926 6,000 Frederick P. Hibbard, second secretary

Texas.

July

1, 1926 4,500 Allan Dawson, third secretary.

Iowa.

Oct. 13, 1927 2,750
Col. Alexander J. Macnab, jr., military attaché. Army.

Oct. 29, 1927
Lt. Com. Donald W. Hamilton, Daval attaché. Navy.

Feb. 19, 1926
Maj. Harold Thompson, asst. mil. attaché. Army..

Mar. 26, 1926
George Wythe, asst. com'l attaché..

Dept. Commerce July 8, 1925
Alexander W. Weddell, consul general.

Virginia...... Aug. 1, 1924 9,000
Reed Paige Clark, consul.

New Hampshire Dec. 27, 1926 4,500 Charles W. Lewis, Jr., consul.

Michigan... Mar. 3, 1926

3, 500 John McArdle, vice consul.

Pennsylvania. Feb. 1, 1926 2,750 George H. Winters, vice consul.

Kansas...

Sept. 14, 1925 2, 500 Lawrence Higgins, vice consul..

Massachusetts. Sept. 21, 1927 2, 500 Harry B. Ott, vice consul....

Texas.... Feb. 16, 1927 *Puebla, Puebla... William 0. Jenkins, consular agent.

Tennessee. Feb. 26, 1918 Fees Acapulco, Guerrero.

consul.. Harry K. Pangburn, vice consul.

Kentucky. Sept. 1, 1908 Agua Prieta, Sonora..

..consul.. John E. Jones, vice consul..

Texas...

June 1, 1927 Chihuahua, Chihuahua.. Thomas McEnelly, consul..

New York.. Dec. 22, 1923 4,000 William D. Maxwell, vice consul.

California. Nov. 22, 1926 Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua.... John W. Dye, consul..

Minnesota.. Oct.

2, 1923
Ollis B. Ferguson, vice consul..

Missouri. Dec. 3, 1926
James C. Powell, Jr., vice consul.

Texas...

Sept. 30, 1926
Durango, Durango....
David J. D. Myers, consul..

Georgia.

Sept. 21, 1923 5,000 Ellis A. Bonnet, vice consul..

Texas.

Sept. 17, 1927 2,750 Ensenada, Lower California..... Ernest A. Wakefield, consul..

Maine.
June 29, 1927

3,500 Ralph C. Goldsberry, vice consul..

California.. June 18, 1924 Frontera, Tabasco..

.consul.. Fayette J. Flexer, vice consul.

Illinois..

May 9, 1927 2, 500 Guadalajara, Jalisco...Edward P. Lowry, consul..

Mlinois.

Aug. 17, 1927 3,500 Joseph C. Satterthwaite, vice consul.

Michigan.. Apr. 25, 1927 2, 500 Guaymas, Sonora. Herbert S. Bursley, consul..

Dist. Columbia. Sept. 8, 1926

3,500 Manzanillo, Colima..

consul.. Earl Wilbert Eaton, vice consul.

Texas.

Sept. 29, 1925
Edward H. Mall, vice consul..

Ohio.

Dec. 16, 1927 Matamoros, Tamaulipas...

consul.. Henry H. Leonard, vice consul.

Indiana..

Jan. 30, 1925
Henry G. Krausse, vice consul.

Texas.

May 16, 1927
Mazatlán, Sinaloa......
William P. Blocker, consul

Texas.

Aug. 17. 1925
J. Winsor Ives, vice consul...

Illinois

June 5, 1925 'Los Mochis, Sinaloa....... Harold Frederic Jones, consular agent......... Massachusetts. Sept. 6, 1919

Fees The diplomatic officers bere listed are accredited also to Belgium, and the vice consulate at Luxemburg is under the consulate at Antwerp.

5,000

4,500

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MEXICO

$4,000

4,500

Ohio...

5,000 3, 500

Fecs

4,500

2,500

Mexicali, Lower California.. Frank Bobr, consul.......

Kansas.. Aug. 17, 1925
Charles W. Doherty, vice consul.

Mississippi.. Aug. 21, 1921
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. William E. Chapman, consul.

Oklahoma. Aug. 17, 1927
Gerald W. Bahl, vice consul.

California. Dec. 16, 1926
Nogales, Sonora.
Henry C. A. Damm, consul

Tennessee

Oct. 2, 1923
Maurice W. Altaffer, consul.

Aug. 24, 1927
Thomas M. Powell, vice consul.

Texas.

Dec.

1, 1927 Cana noa, Sonora. Jeptha M. Gibbs, consular agent.

Arizona.

Jan. 30, 1918 Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas.... | Ilarry L. Walsh, consul.....

Maryland.. Oct.

2, 1923 Stephen E. Aguirre, vice consul.

Texas..

Feb. 18, 1927 Piedras Negras. Coahuila...

.consul. Kennett F. Potter, vice consul.

Missouri

Feb. 17, 1927
Oscar Harper, vice consul..

Texas.

Nov. 21, 1925
Myron H. Schraud, vice consul.

Texas.

Nov. 25, 1927 Progreso, Yucatan.

consul.. Hernan C. Vogenitz, vice consul.

Ohio..

June 9, 1924 Puerto Mexico, Vera Cruz..

.consul.
Harold C. Wood, vice consul..

Massachusetts. - | Aug. 17, 1927
Salina Cruz, Oaxaca.
Paul H. Foster, consul...

Texas..

July 9, 1925
Saltillo, Coahuila...
Tbomas S. Horn, consul..

Missouri.. Dec. 18, 1925
San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí. William W. Early, consul

North Carolina. Mar. 19, 1925
Tampico, Tamaulipas..... Peter H. A. Flood, consul.

New Hampshire July 16, 1927
Edward S. Maney, vice consul.

Texas..

Oct. 18, 1924 * Tuxpan, Vera Cruz.

.consular agent.. Torreon, Coahuila.. William I. Jackson, consul...

Illinois.

Feb. 21, 1927
C. Franklin Yeager, jr., vice consul.

Texas..

Nov. 21, 1925 Zacatecas, Zacatecas... Eli Taylor, vice consul.

New York.. June 24, 1927 Vera Cruz, Vera Cruz...... John Q. Wood, consul..

Hawaii...

Oct.

2, 1923 Willys A. Myers, vice consul..

Iowa..

Feb. 11, 1919
MONACO 1
Monaco...
Otis A. Glazebrook, consul..

New Jersey...

..... Apr. 7, 1927
J. Lee Murphy, consul..

New York. May 6, 1927
MOROCCO
Tangier...

Maxwell Blake, diplomatic agent and consul Missouri.. May 14, 1925
general.

secretary..

3,500 3, 500 3,500 3,500

Fees

3, 500

6,000

9,000

Casablanca......

Horace Remillard, consul..
H. Earle Russell, consul....
Frederick F. Henrotin, vice consul.

Massachusetts.. Sept. 7, 1926
Michigan..... Mar. 12, 1924
Illinois... Apr. 28, 1927

4,000 4,500

NETHERLANDS AND

POSSESSIONS

7,000 5,000

(Netherlands) The Hague....

Richard M. Tobin, envoy extraordinary and min- California....... Mar. 6, 1923 12,000

ister plenipotentiary.
R. Henry Norweb, first secretary

Ohio........ May 1, 1925
Merritt Swist, second secretary.

Dist. Columbia. Oct. 24, 1927
Maj. Edwin M. Watson, military attaché.. Army..

Apr. 9, 1927
Com. Robert R M. Emmett, naval attaché. Navy..

Apr. 18, 1927
Jesse F. Van Wickel, commercial attaché.

Dept.Commerce Sept. 18, 1926
George E. A. Reinburg, asst. mil. att. for air. Army..

Dec. 21, 1927
Com. John R. Beardall, asst. nav. attaché.. Navy.

Mar. 13, 1926
Com. James Orville Gawne, asst. nav. attaché.. Navy...

May 6, 1926
Lt. Com. R. D. Kirkpatrick, asst. nav. attaché.. Navy..

Dec. 22, 1926
Paul S. Guinn, asst. com'l attaché...

Dept. Commerce Nov. 9, 1927 1 The consuls at Mongco are also consuls at Nice, France.

: Foreign Service officer, Class 1, appointed to set as diplomatic agent and consul general pursuant to Sec. 17 of an act of Congress approved May 24, 1924. Receives compensation as a Foreign Service oflicer.

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Batavia, Java, Notherland East Coert du Bois, consul general...
Indies.

Joseph G. Groeninger, consul..
Dale W. Maher, vice consul...

Gerald A. Mokma, vice consul.
Curação, Netherland West | Thomas W. Voetter, consul..

Indies.
Medan, Sumatra, Netherland | Walter A. Foote, consul.....
East Indies.

Raymond LeR. Archer, vice consul.. *Paramaribo, Netherland Gul- James 8. Lawton, consular agent...

ana (agency under George

town, British Guiana). Surabaya, Java, Netherland Edward M. Groth, consul.... East Indies.

Duncan M. White, vice consul.

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NICARAGUA Managua...

10,000

0,000 4,000

Charles C. Eberhardt, envoy extraordinary and Kansas......... Mar. 12, 1925

minister plenipotentiary.
Dana G. Munro, first secretary...-

New Jersey.. July 12, 1927
William J. McCafferty, third secretary.

California. Sept. 1, 1927
Maj. Fred T. Cruse, military attaché.

Army..

Dec. 23, 1927
Andrew J. McConnico, consul..

Mississippi...... June 23, 1924
Samuel J. Fletcher, consul.

Maine.

Nov. 7, 1927
Christian T. Steger, consul..

Virginia.. Apr. 22, 1926
Owen W. Gaines, vice consul..

Georgia.... Dec. 11, 1926
William H. De Savigny, consular agent....

Minnesota.. Dec. 4, 1916

Bluefields...

4,000 3,800

Corinto...

3.800

*Matagalpa....

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