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640 FORTYSIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. C11. 125-127 , 161. 1881. Western and Atlantic Railroad, in the State of Georgia, during the months of August, September, and October, in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-four, while said railroad was in the hands of the United States military authorities Approved, March 2, 1881. March 2, 1881. CHAP. 126.-An act to admit free of duty one of the bells of Saint Michael’s chimes, —-——-—-——-— Charleston, South Carolina, which has been sent to England to be recast. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Saint Michael’s States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treaschimes MU im- ury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to admit free of import P°*`“"di’°°°fd'“‘V· duty one of the bells composing the chimes of Saint Michael’s Church, Charleston, South Carolina, after it has been recast at the foundery where it was first manufactured in seventeen hundred and sixty-four and been reshipped to America. Approved, March 2, 1881. Mme]; 9, 1g3L CHAP. 127.-—An act for the relief of Samuel Harper. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Samuel Harper, States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas °m‘h* in ¤°°°**¤*¤· ury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed, in the settlement of the accounts of Samuel Harper, agent of the Treasury Department for the sale of internal-revenue stamps at Houston, Texas, to allow him a credit for the sum of two thousand five hundred and ten dollars; the amount of internal revenue stamps stolen from his office on the twentieth day of March, eighteen hundred and sixtyseven. Approved, March 2, 1881. March 3, 1881. CHAP. 161.-An act for the relief of Dodd, Brown and Company of Saint Louis, 1*; Missouri. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United D°dd» Brown States of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of fifty-eight QQ? 0(}°mP““y* "°' thousand six hundred and nity-nine dollars and forty-six cents be, and ' is hereby, appropriated, out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the payment of Dodd, Brown and Company, of Saint Louis, Missouri, as assignees of E. H. Durfee and Company, Duriee and Peck, John Shirley, Durfee and Peck, William Shirley, and Lemuel Spooner, respectively, said claims having been severally approved by the Commissioner of Indian Ailairs, and by him reported to the Secretary of the Interior and transmitted to Congress for allowance. To reimburse said sums there shall be withheld from the moneys due or to become due to the Comanche Indians, seven thousand five hundred and forty-one dollars and seventy-five cents, under the treaty with that tribe; and from the moneys due or to become due to the Sioux Indians, three thousand and eighty-five dollars and twenty-four thousand six hundred and ninety-four dollars and sixty-two cents, respectively; and from the moneys due or to become due to the Kiowa Indians, live thousand five hundred and twenty dollars; and from the moneys due or to become due to the Kiowa and Comanche Indians, three thousand nine hundred dollars and thirteen thousand nine hundred and eighteen dollars and nine cents, respectively, the proportion of the two last-HMI16d sums to be charged against the said Kiowa and Comanche tribes as may be ascertained by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to be justly charge able against them respectively. Approved, March 3, 1881.