A proposed act authorizing the principal chief to appoint three people to inspect the printed laws and to see if they could be compiled as directed by an act approved October 17, 1867. Passed and approved October 30, 1869.
A resolution protesting against the allotment of lands in the Chickasaw district as provided by a resolution of the Chickasaw Legislature. Approved September 24, 1872. Passed Senate February 2, 1874. Passed House and approved February 3, 1874.
A resolution authorizing the Principal Chief to urge Joseph P. Folsom to complete translating and printing the laws in the Choctaw language as soon as practicable. Passed and approved February 4, 1874.
A resolution authorizing the payment of Hon. C.E. Holson and Wilson Jones for services as commissioners on the Freedom Man Question. Passed Senate Nov. 10, 1875. Passed House and approved Nov. 12, 1875. J. White Speaker.
A resolution to accept as true and correct the report of James Thompson, National Treasurer, for the year, 1873-1874. Passed Senate October 30, 1874. Passed House October 30, 1874. Approved Nov. 3, 1874.
Bill No. 3 a resolution expressing profound gratitude to the U.S. for the efficient service of the military in expelling intruders. Passed and approved October 19, 1881.Bill No. 4 same as ""Bill No. 3."" Passed and approved...
Bill No. 8. A proposed bill to request the Secretary of the Interior to prohibit the United States Commissioner acting upon citizenship petitions; to request the United States Indian Agent to determine citizenship of petitioners; and to ask the...
A resolution to appropriate $3000 so as to advance same to John B. Luce for preparing the case of the claims of the Choctaw Nation against the United States now pending before the United States Court of Claims. Passed and approved Nov. 11, 1881.
A resolution of November 3, 1882, that the reports of Basil S. LeFlore, National Auditor, and Coleman Nelson, National Treasurer, for the fiscal year of August 1, 1881 to July 31, 1882 be accepted as true and correct. Passed and approved November...
A resolution of November 3, 1882 that the report of J.S. Standley, National Agent for the fiscal year August 1, 1881 until July 31, 1882 be accepted as true and correct. Passed and approved November 4, 1882.