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190 FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 1402. 1904. teen hundred and five, and for fultilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes, namely: CURRENT AND CONTINGENT EXPENSES. Pay or agents. l For pay of twenty-three agents of Indian affairs at the followingnamed agencies, at the rates reiaiectively indicated, namely: ` d at the Blackfeet Agency, ontana, one thousand eight hundred 0 ars; At the Cheyenne River Agency, South Dakota, one thousand eight hundred dollars; d at the Colville Agency, Washington, one thousand five hundred o ars· At the Crow Agency, Montana, one thousand eight hundred dollars; At the Crow Creek Agency, South Dakota, one thousand six hundred dollars; {Ea the Flathead Agency, Montana, one thousand Eve hundred do rs· » " d git the Green Bay Agency, Wisconsin, one thousand, eight hundred o ars· ‘ _ At the Kiowa Agency, Oklahoma Territory, one thousand eight hundred dollars; d A; the La Pointe Agency, Wisconsin, one thousand eight hundred ol rs· At the Leech Lake Agency, Minnesota, one thousand eight hundred dollars· At the Lower Brule Agency, South Dakota, one thousand four hundred dollars; Y At the New York Agency, New York, one thousand dollars; At the Osage Agency, Oklahoma Territory, one thousand eight hundred dollars; ‘ At the Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota, one thousand eight hundred dollars; At the Rosebud Agency, South Dakota, one thousand eight hundred dollars; At the San Carlos Agency, Arizona, one thousand eight hundred dollars; At the Shoshone Agency, Wyoming, one thousand eight hundred dollars; · _ At the Sisseton Agency, South Dakota, one thousand five hundred dollars At the Standing Rock Agency, North Dakota, one thousand eight hundred dollars; At the Uintah and Ouray Agency, Utah (consolidated), one thousand eight hundred dollars; At the Union Agency, Indian Territory, three thousand dollars; At the White Earth Agency, Minnesota, one thousand eight hundred dollars; At the Yankton Agency, South Dakota, one thousand six hundred dollar" Qgyiggkiluble { I In eil, forty thousand one hundred dollars: Jtovided, That the forearisyecnom onactiiie going appropriations shall not take effect nor become available in any “’*"’“"“"“‘“· case for or during the time in which any officer on the active list of the Army of the United States shall be engaged in the performance of the duties of Indian agent at any of the agencies above named: sensei superintend Provided further, That the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, with the $§§Y,tS_”°“" M ‘*“ approval of the Secretary of the Interior, may devolve the duties 'of B¤¤d· any Indian agency or any part thereof upon the superintendent of the Indian training school located at such agency whenever in his gudgment such superintendent can properly perform the duties of suc agency.