A resolution of November 2, 1889, to accept as true and correct the report of G.W. Walker, coal weigher and McAlester Mine No. 11. Passed Senate November 2, 1889. Passed House and approved November 4, 1889.
Bill No. 28. An act granting G.W. Thompson and G.W. Dukes the privilege to have a toll gate on the road leading to Mineral Spring on Sugar Loaf Mountain. Passed House and Senate November 1, 1892. Approved November 2, 1892.
Bill No. 17. A resolution to adjourn until nine o'clock Monday morning, October 25, 1897, in honor of the deceased G.W. Gardner. Passed House and Senate October 22, 1897. Approved October 25, 1897.
Bill No. 38. A resolution that the messages of Green McCurtain, retiring Principal Chief, and G.W. Dukes, present Principal Chief, in so far as they relate to citizenship matters be adopted. Passed and approved October 30, 1900.
Notification from G.W. Dukes, Principal Chief to members of the Senate and House of Representatives of the Choctaw Nation in General Council Assembled, concerning the amount to be paid per mile for railway right-of-ways. Also two letters from W.A....
1887--Letter: To Hon. L.Q.C. Lamar, Secretary of the Interior from G.W. Harkins, et al, Chickasaw and Cherokee Delegates. Re: mining contracts of the Choctaw Nation with the Osage Coal and Mining Company.