414 FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 183. 1879. officers’ transfer and interest checks, involving no expenditure of money from the Treasury, being for the year eighteen hundred and seventy eight, one thousand three hundred and ninety two dollars and eighty cents. Customs duties. The unexpended balance of the appropriation of two hundred and 187% °l}·191» fifty thousand dollars, made by the act of June fourteenth, eighteen A""`* u8' hundred and seventy eight, for the repayment to importers of the excess of deposits for unascertained duties, or duties or other moneys paid under protest, including interest and costs in judgment cases, is hereby continued and made available for the payment of all claims to which the appropriation is applicable, which are not payable from the R. S. 3689. permanent annual appropriation provided for in section thirty six hun- Proviso. dred and eighty nine of the Revised Statutes: Provided, That the claims known as the " charges and commissions cases " shall not be paid without further legislation. colisr AND GEODETIC SURVEY. _Survcy ofAt1¤·¤- Survey of the Atlantic and Gulf coasts: For the continuation, during tm ’mdG“lf°°°°*“· the present nscal year, of the survey of the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States, the triangulation toward the western coast, and furnishing points for State surveys, fifteen thousand dollars. SurveyofPaciiic Survey of the western (Pacific) coasts: For the continuation, during com- the present fiscal year, of the survey of the Paciiic coasts of the United States, the triangulation toward the eastern coast, and furnishing points for State surveys, twenty Eve thousand dollars. INTERIOR DEPARTMENT. Auditor of Rail- For salaries and expenses of the Office of Auditor of Railroad Ac- ` Fowl A¤¤°¤¤l¤· counts, two thousand four hundred dollars. J. F. Swift. To pay John F. Swift, late pension agent at San Francisco, the amount found due to him on settlement of his account, one hundred and twenty three dollars and four cents. Stationery, Inte- For stationery for the Department of the Interior and its several bufi¤1‘ D¤D==¤'f¤¤¤¤*· reaus, Eve thousand dollars. INDIAN AFFAIRS. Subsistence of For subsistence, for the year eighteen hundred and seventy nine, of I¤g¤=*¤¤·h d the Arapahoes, Cheyennes, Apaches, Kiowas, Comanches, and Wichitas, 0,h;`;l’“ °°° a" of the Indian Territory, thirty thousand dollars. Bssnocks and For the Bannocks and others at Fort Hall, Idaho Territory, ten thouothers. sand d0].laI‘S. ASSi,,,,;,.,i,m_ For the Assinaboines at Fort Belknap, Montana Territory, ten thousand dollars. Fort Peek In- For the Indians at Fort Peck agency, Montana Territory, twenty live dians. thousand dollars. Purchase of sup. For telegraphing, and for purchase of Indian supplies, inspection, and plies, orc. other expenses connected therewith, and for advertising for the year eighteen hundred and seventy nine, five thousand dollars. w_ Igisymddm To enable the Secretary of the Interior to pay William Kiskadden for beef furnished the Crows, eighteen hundred and seventy six, nine thousand four hundred and sixteen dollars and eleven cents. Bnck and Kal, To enable the Secretary of the Interior to reimburse Messrs. Buck and 1s;;. Kellogg, attorneys at law, Emporia, Kansas, for certain moneys paid and tees due as bondsmen and attorneys in a suit brought in the district court of Lyon County, Kansas, entitled L. M. Appleby versus Louis Primeaux, two hundred and eight dollars and sixty cents. Imdcul ,,,1 cx. For incidental expenses of Indian service in Central Superintendency Ponses. _ for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy seven, two dollars and dcgggtrel S¤P<>¤¤- sixty sus cents.