Bill No. 1. An act providing for the appointment of commissioners to the International Council and meet the U.S. Commissioners. Passed Senate January 25, 1894. Passed House and approved January 26, 1894.
Bill No. 8. An act requiring County Judge to take census of Tobexey County for the purpose of re-apportionment of its representatives in council. Passed Senate January 26, 1894. Passed House and approved January 27, 1894.
Bill No. 11. An act to authorize the Choctaw and Chickasaw national railroad company to construct and operate a railway through the Choctaw and Chickasaw nation and for other purposes. Passed House and Senate January 26, 1894. Approved January 27,...
Bill No. 13. An act prohibiting intoxication among the officers of the Choctaw Nation. Passed House April 3, 1894. Passed Senate with amendment April 4, 1894. Passed House with amendment and approved April 4, 1894.
Bill No. 2. An act repealing an act entitled an act to authorize the Choctaw and Chickasaw national Railroad co. to construct and operate a railroad through Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation. Passed and approved October 8, 1894.
Bill No. 39. A resolution declaring Joseph P. Thompson, Campson Battiest, and Joseph Taylor to be legal officers for Cedar County. Passed House October 12, 1894. Passed Senate and approved October 13, 1894.
Bill No. 1. An act removing the Philadelphia precinct in Blue County to Bryantville to be known as Bryantville precinct. Passed Senate March 30, 1894. Passed House March 31, 1894. Approved March 31, 1894.
Bill No. 11. A resolution accepting the report of W.G. Kayser, inspector of the St. Louis and Frisco Railway for the first, second, and third quarters from November 1, 1893, to July 31, 1894. Passed and approved October 18, 1894.
Bill No. 15. An act changing location of the Lichanok Chito County court ground in San Bois County and to be called owl Creek County Court Grounds. Passed Senate October 20, 1894. Passed House and approved October 22, 1894.