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376 FOR'I‘Y·FCURTII CONGRESS. Sess. II. GH. 106. 1877. INDIAN AFFAIRS. W- P- C¤U<>¤- Pay of superintendents and agents: For payment of amount certified to be due W. P. Gallon, late Indian agent, by the accounting-ollicers of the Treasury Department, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three and prior years, one hundred and seventy- eight dollars and eighty-six cents. '1`-I·G=¤1br=¤i¤h- For pay ment of amount certified to he due T. I. Galbraith, late Indian agent, by the accounting-officers of the Treasury Department, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three and prior years, twenty three hundred and ninety-one dollars and twenty- four cents. W. P. Cgllon. Pay of interpreters: For payment of amounts certified to be due W. W·H· *'°”"h· P. Gallon, late Indian agent, and IV. II. French, junior, late acting Indian agent, by the accountiugofticers of the Treasury Department, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy- three and prior years, two hundred dollars and sixty-three cents. W- P· C**u°“· Buildings at agencies and repairs: For payment of amounts certified to be due W. P. Gallon, late Indian agent, by the accounting-ofiieers of the Treasury Department, being for theservice of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three and prior years, nine dollars and sixty-one cents. EVP- C¤lg,“1;,t Contingencies of the Indian Department: For payment of amounts ,°y_m'°°“ ‘°` certified to be due XV. P. Gallon and Simeon Whiteley, late Indian agents, by the accounting officers of the Treasury Department, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three and prior years, ninety-six dollars and eighty cents. U¤¤`¤*i·P B<‘¤<l_*>U· Incidental expenses of Indian service in Arizona: For payment of C°"‘°““ B“°°‘ amounts certified to be due Herman Bendell, late Indian superintendent, and Cornelius Brice, by the accounting-officers of the Treasury Department, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-four, three hundred and fifty- even dollars and forty-two cents. Ch"'1" M“m’Y· Incidental expenses of Indian service in Galitornia: For payment of amount certified to be due Charles Maltby, late Indian agent, by the accounting-officers of the Treasury Department, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three and prior years, fifteen dollars and seventy-one cents. W·H·F"°“°l’· Incidental expenses of Indian service in Dakota: For payment of amount certified to be due W. II. French, junior, late acting Indian agent, by the accounting-officers of the Treasury Department, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three and prior years, ninety-eight dollars and seventy-five cents. ,;LEI“‘ S· Ar"' Incidental expenses of Indian service in New Mexico: For payment ° g` of amount certified to be due John S. Armstrong, lute Indian agent, by the aecountin g-officers of the Treasury Department, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three and prior years, two hundred and twenty dollars. J. T. Booth. Incidental expenses of Indian service in Oregon: For payment of amount certified to be due J. T. Booth, by the accounting-officers of the Treasury Department, being for the service of the nscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-four, seventy-two dollars and forty-four cents. _ J<>S•¤Ph¤¤ WHL Collecting and subsistin g Apaches of Arizona and New Mexico: For ‘“m“‘ payment of amount certified to be due J oscphus Williams, late Indian _~ agen t, by the accounting-ofiicers of the Treasury Department, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three and prior years, nity-two dollars and ninety-seven cents. W. 11. French. Maintaining peace among and with the various tribes and bands of Indians: For payment of amount certified to be due `W. II. French, junior, late acting Indian agent, by the accounting-officers of the Treasury Department, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seven ty-one and prior years, sixteen dollars and forty-two cents. Approved, March 3, 1877.