See also:Argentina.—Both senators (30) and members of the
See also:House of Deputies (120) receive £ro6o a
See also:year .
See also:Austria.—Members of the
See also:Lower House (516) receive As . 8d. for each
See also:day's attendance, with travelling expenses . Belgium.—Members of the Chamber of Representatives (166) receive £16o a year and a
See also:free pass over
See also:railways .
See also:Bolivia.—Senators (16) and deputies (69) receive £40 a
See also:month during sessions, which last from 6o to 90 days . Bulgaria.—Members of the Legislature receive As. a day during the session, which nominally lasts from the 15th of
See also:October to the 15th of
See also:December . Denmark.—Members both of the Landsthing (66) and of the Folkething (114) receive rd. a day for the first six months of the session, and 6s . 8d. for each additional day of the session . They receive also second-class free passes on all railways . France.—Members of both the
See also:Senate (300) and of the Chamber of Deputies (584) receive £600 a year . German
See also:Empire.—Members both of the Bundesrat (58) and of the Reichstag (397) receive £15o for the session, but have deducted £1 for each day's
See also:absence . They receive also free passes over the German railways during the session .
Baden pays members of its Second Chamber and such members of the Upper Chamber as have not got hereditary seats 12S. a day and travelling expenses, but to those members who reside in the capital 9s. a day only .
See also:Bavaria pays members of the Lower House (163) £18o for a
See also:regular session . They are also allowed free travel over the
See also:government railways . Hesse.—Members of the Second Chamber (50) and non-hereditary members" of the Upper Chamber who reside more than 12 m. from the place of
See also:meeting receive 9s. a day and 3s. for each
See also:night, besides a refund of their travelling expenses . Prussia.—Members of the Lower Chamber (433) receive travelling expenses and
See also:money (according to a fixed scale) of 158. a day . Saxe-
See also:Coburg.—Members of the Second Chamber residing in Coburg or
See also:Gotha receive 6s. a day; other members receive 1os. a day and travelling expenses . Saxony.—Members of the Second Chamber (82) and non-hereditary members of the Upper Chamber receive 12S. a day (6s. a day if they live in the place of meeting) and an
See also:allowance for travelling .
See also:Wurttemberg.—Members of both
See also:chambers receive 15s. a day for actual attendance; also free passes over the railways .
See also:Greece.—The members (235) receive £72 for the session, also free passes on railway and steamship lines . Hungary.—Members of the House of Representatives (453) receive £2oc a year, with allowance of £66 13s. for house
See also:rent . Italy.—Members of the Legislature receive no payment, although attempts have been made from 1862 onwards to intro-duce payment of members . It was last brought forward in 1908, the amount suggested being 24s. for every sitting attended .
See also:Japan.—Members of the House of Representatives (379) and non-hereditary members of the House of Peers receive £210 a year, besides travelling expenses . Mexico.—Both senators (56) and representatives (340) receive $3000 a year .
See also:Netherlands.—Members of the First Chamber (50) not residing in the
See also:Hague receive 16s . 8d. a day during the session; members of the Second Chamber (
See also:loo) receive £166 a year, besides travel-
See also:ling expenses . Norway.—Members of the Storting (123) receive 13s . 4d. a day during the session, besides travelling expenses .
See also:Paraguay.—Both senators and deputies receive £200 a year .
See also:Portugal.—Deputies have been unpaid since 1892, but deputies for the colonies, whose homes are in the colonies, receive £20 a month or 13s . 4d. a day during sittings of the Chamber, and £10 a month when the Chamber is not sitting . Rumania.—Both senators (120) and deputies (183) receive 16s . 8d. for each day of attendance, besides free railway passes . Russia.—Members of the Duma receive 21S. a day during the session, and travelling expenses .
See also:Servia.—Deputies (120) receive 125. a day and travelling expenses . Spain.—Members of the Legislature receive no
See also:salary, but deputies on their election receive a railway ticket for 2480 M. travel . Sweden.—Members of both the First Chamber (150) and the Second Chamber (230) receive £66 for each session of 4 months, besides travelling expenses .
See also:Switzerland.—Members of the State Council are paid by the
See also:canton they represent, and their salary varies according to the
See also:wealth or liberality of the canton . The salary ranges thus from 12s . 6d. to 25s. a day, the
See also:average of the whole being 16s. a day . Members of the
See also:National Council (167) e paid from Federal funds . They receive As . 8d. a day for each day they are
See also:present, with travelling expenses . (T . A .
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