A proposed bill that no citizen of this nation has the right to grant a right a way to any railroad company or corporate community. Passed Senate October 31, 1874. Passed House Nov. 2, 1874 and approved the same.
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...
Bill No. 2. A proposed act to authorize a requisition for the payment of the five per cent to be paid to John B. Luce according to the contract of April 26, 1881. Passed and approved February 25, 1888.
Bill No. 21. A proposed act amending Sec. 3 of an act establishing the time of meeting of circuit court of First District. Passed Senate October 11, 1892. Repassed Senate, House, and approved October 12, 1892.
Bill No. 5. A resolution authorizing the Senate and House of Representatives to meet in joint session to elect certain officers. Passed House October 13, 1892. Passed Senate and approved October 14, 1892.
Bill No. 8. A proposed act declaring the last compilation, translation, and publication of the Choctaw Laws from October 1886 and including 1890. Passed House December 11, 1891. Passed Senate and approved October 24, 1892.
Bill No. 9. A proposed act authorizing the National Agent to bring suit in the U.S. Courts against non-citizens operating within the Choctaw Nation. Passed House October 22, 1892. Passed Senate and approved October 24, 1892.
Bill No. 14. A resolution providing for a commission to meet a similar commission from the Chickasaw Nation to discuss financial differences. Passed Senate October 25, 1892. Passed House and approved October 26, 1892.
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.