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Ballantine, Mr., interpreter--

180

Barnes, Mr. Julius H.:

28

Letter to Mr. John J. Rogers.

140

Basic salary--

192, 193

Belgium, foreign service of.

196

Bills of health

199

Bonds

2, 151, 186

British ambassador at Paris.

155

British ambassador at Washington.

-77

154

British foreign service, table-

132, 153-155
British general consular service-

43, 44, 112, 132
Buildings, ownership of

155, 209, 210, 212

C.

Carr, Mr. Wilbur J., statement of.

104-139, 151–193

Chargés, appointment of foreign service officers as-

3, 187

China, foreign service of..

196

Citizenship

200

Civil Service Commission..

59, 173

Civil service employees.--

114, 173
Claims department at London..

201, 202
Classes:
Annuitants.

3, 15, 163, 166, 167
Officers in British foreign service.

154
United States consular officers..

9, 24, 151, 159
United States diplomatic officers--

9, 24, 75, 151, 159
United States foreign service officers.

1, 4, 160, 161
Clerks, married, transportation of ---

57, 63
Climatic conditions..

4, 57, 191
Colleges and universities, courses in.

130, 170, 171
Colombia, payments to, under treaty-

137

Commerce, Department of..

46, 47, 130, 198, 199

Commercial attachés..

46, 67, 140
Commercial work and reports..

46, 196–198
Comparative statements. (See Tables.)
Commissioners, appointments of foreign service officers as.

3, 187

Compensation of foreign service officers--

1, 3, 15, 25, 51, 160

Comptroller's Decisions..

118, 190

Conferences, trade.---

3, 189, 190

Confirmation of consular and diplomatic officers.

176, 177

Confirmation of foreign-service officers.-

1, 176, 187-189

Consular Service, appropriations for.-

4, 158, 183

Consular and diplomatic duties compared.-- 9, 10, 54, 98, 101, 102, 167, 168, 179

Consular officers:

Appointment of -

1, 171-177, 203

Per cent of contribution to retirement fund.

162–165
Recommissioning of ---

Consular Service:

Personnel, British and United States compared.

132, 154

Proposed reclassification of..

1, 2

Receipts and expenses -

137, 138

Requirements for

59, 68, 69, 87, 130

Statement of duties.

103

Consuls general at large.

2, 72

Contributions to retirement fund..

3, 4, 113–117, 120–128, 161-165, 195

From ambassadors and ministers..

108, 192

In British service.--

132, 162
Per cent of by Government and officers.

116, 117, 161-165
Cost of foreign service.

135-138

Cost of living-

14, 48, 128, 152, 195

Courses in universities and colleges.-

130, 170, 171

D.

Date on which act takes effect..

5

Davis, Mr. John W., statement of..

205-211
Deductions from salary for retirement fund..

4, 5
Demotion.

1, 40, 174

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Denmark, foreign service of -

196

Department of State, receipts and expenses.

137, 138
Designation by President..

1, 59

Details for special duty.

3, 188, 189

Dignity of United States representatives abroad.

15, 206
Diplomatic and consular duties compared.-- 9, 10, 54, 98, 101, 102, 167, 168, 179
Diplomatic agents, appointments of foreign-service officers as.

3, 187
Diplomatic 'officers, elimination of..

40

Diplomatic Service:

Appropriations for.

4, 158, 183

British and United States compared.

132, 154

Receipts and expenses -

138

Statement of duties.

102

Diplomatic secretaries:

Appointment of

1, 173–177, 203

Efficiency of

40

Recommissioning of..

1, 2

Disability, retirement on account of

133, 167, 175

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Economic character of international problems.--- 41-43, 89, 92, 93, 197, 198, 214
Economic conditions at posts.

57, 152

Efficiency records -

12

Eligible list.

174, 175
Entrance into service.

1, 39, 158, 168, 171-177, 203

Examinations.

53, 55, 56, 59, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65, 67, 81, 85, 171-175, 649

Statistics of.

39, 53, 64, 172

Expansion of service..

161, 162

Expenditures and receipts, foreign service-

138
Expenses for subsistence.

3, 48, 189

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Receipts and expenditures, foreign service---

138
Recruiting new officers.--

10, 12, 22, 39, 52, 66, 73, 158
Reclassification, proposed.

9, 21, 22, 159-161
Recommission of consular officers and diplomatic secretaries.. 1, 151, 176, 177
Reimbursement of contributions.

126, 196
Removal from service..

40, 178, 179

Representation allowances-

13, 19, 51, 54, 91-94, 152–156, 206, 210, 213

In British foreign service..

90, 94, 152, 154

Requirements of service --

65, 69

Residence of ambassadors in London.

155

Resignations.-

80, 154, 157

Retirement..

Administration of fund.

107, 126

On account of inefficiency-.

81, 82

Eligibility of ambassadors and ministers. 75, 79, 104, 105, 108, 109, 129, 133

Age of..

4, 15, 106, 119

Of ambassadors and ministers -

4, 192

Annuities...

106, 108

Of Army officers--

123, 124, 132, 165, 166, 191

On account of disability.

133, 166

Before age of 65.-

5, 115, 126, 196

Employment after retirement.

118

Precedent for.

125

Cost of, to Government---

107, 113–117, 120-128, 162

Fund, appropriations for.

3, 107, 161, 162

Great Britain, system of

124, 132
Judicial officers..

165
Per cent of contribution by officers and Government.

107

113, 116, 120, 128, 161, 162, 165
Of ministers and ambassadors.

4, 192

Of Navy officers...

123, 124, 132, 164, 165

Rogers, Mr. John Jacob:

Letter from President...

25, 35

Letter from Secretary of State.

26
Letter from Julius H. Barnes.

140
Paper: "Reorganizing our Foreign Service"

141
Russia

181, 185

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