73. A letter from Wright to Wilson advising that executive action is not required on the
resolution concerning the boundary line between Choctaw Nation and the state of Texas.
December 30, 1905.
74. A letter to the Senate from Green McCurtain regarding the patent controversy. No date.
Acts, Bills, and Resolutions of the Choctaw Nation, 1906
1. A letter from J. George Wright, U.S. Indian Inspector, to E.H. Wilson, National Secretary,
advising that executive action on the memorial asking that per capita payment be made after
tribal property is disposed of is not required. January 2, 1906.
2. A letter from Wright to Wilson advising executive action on the Bill No. 34, asking that
legislation be enacted continuing tribal schools until the end of the scholastic term in May
1906, is not required. January 11, 1906.
3. Bill No. 24. An act for the relief of Richard Crowder and others. Passed and approved
November 16, 1905. Approved by T. Roosevelt January 18, 1906. Also a letter from Wright
to Wilson on same bill.
4. Bill No. 46. An act for the relief of Daisy Fisher Muldrow and others. Passed Senate
November 28, 1905. Passed House and approved November 29, 1905. Approved by T.
Roosevelt January 18, 1906.
5. A letter from J. George Wright, U.S. Indian Inspector, to E.H. Wilson, National Secretary,
advising the President's approval of Bill No. 46. January 26, 1906.
6. Bill No. 60. A resolution condemning the act of the Secretary of the Interior in payment of
townsite money to Mississippi Choctaws and authorizing the Principal Chief to take steps to
cover the same. Passed House and Senate February 1, 1906. Approved February 2, 1906.
7. Bill No. 52. A resolution authorizing the chairman of finance committee to destroy
cancelled warrants. Passed Senate February 2, 1906. Passed House and approved February
8. Bill No. 16. Resolution authorizing the Principal Chief to take legal steps to recover the
value of timber unlawfully cut from the public domain of the Choctaw Nation. Passed
Senate October 25, 1905. Disapproved by T. Roosevelt February 9, 1906.
9. Bill No. 54. A resolution asking the early disposition of the coal and asphalt land. Passed
House and Senate February 7, 1906. Approved February 9, 1906.
10. Bill No. 55. A memorial to the Congress of the U.S. urging them to remove the restrictions
upon surplus lands of the Choctaw and Chickasaws. Passed Senate February 3, 1906. Passed