An act rejecting the application of David W. Weeden, et. al. to citizenship in the Choctaw Nation. Passed House and Senate October 25, 1898. Approved October 26, 1898. Disapproved January 20, 1899, by President William McKinley.
An act repealing in part an article granting citizenship on Sarah Wilson, Isaac Wilson, Eva Wilson, and Horace Wilson. Passed and approved October 28, 1898. Disapproved by Pres. McKinley January 20, 1899.
Bill No. 2. An act granting to John E. McBrayer a charter for a ferry on the Arkansas River. Passed House October 5, 1900. Passed Senate and approved October 8, 1900. Disapproved by President William McKinley, December 7, 1900.
Bill No. 27. An act appropriating money to defray the expenses of two blind children. Passed Senate October 25, 1900. Passed House and approved October 26, 1900. Disapproved by Pres. McKinley December 24, 1900.
Bill No. 25. An act to appropriate money to reimburse Frank B Yates, Supt. of Deaf and Mute Institute, Little Rock, Arkansas. Passed House, Senate, and approved October 25, 1900. Disapproved by Pres. McKinley December 27, 1900.
Bill No. 12. An act requesting the U.S. Indian Agent to pay Prof. E.H. Rishel for services rendered in examining school teachers in July 1898. Passed House and Senate October 18, 1900. Approved October 22, 1900. Disapproved by Pres. William...
Bill No. 36. An act providing for the payment of certain contingent expenses necessary to protect the interests of the Nation and increasing the contingent fund of the Principal Chief therefore. Passed and approved October 29, 1900. Disapproved by...
Bill No. 46. A proposed act granting a charter to the Raymond, Sans Bois Telephone Company. Passed House November 5, 1901. Approved November 6, 1901. Disapproved by the President of the United States January 22, 1902.
Bill No. 45. A proposed act amending an act entitled ""An act creating a commission to accompany and assist the Dawes Commission in making a roll of the Choctaw Citizens."" Passed and approved November 6, 1901. Disapproved by...
A letter from acting U.S. Inspector to E.H. Wilson informing him that the act relative to leasing the unleased coal and asphalt lands in the Choctaw Nation was disapproved by the President on January 6, 1903. Dated January 15, 1903.
A letter from the Acting U.S. Indian Inspector to the National Inspector informing him that the act creating an allotting commission was disapproved by the President on February 28, 1903. Dated March 10, 1903.
An act creating the office of special examiner to investigate and audit the outstanding script in Nashoba, Cedar, Boktuklo, and Eagle Counties. Passed House, Senate, and approved November 5, 1903. Disapproved by T. Roosevelt December 29, 1903.
A letter from J. George Wright to E.H. Wilson referring to the act of the National Council of the Choctaw Nation approved by the Principal Chief November 25, 1905, creating a number of commissioners to represent the Choctaw people in matters...
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.
Bill No. 45. An act creating a board of commissioners with authority to represent the Choctaw people in matters affecting their interests as a tribe after the expiration of the tribal government. Passed Senate November 23, 1905. Passed House and...
Bill No. 29. An act in relation to securing compensation from the government of the United States for leased district lands. Passed Senate November 21, 1905. Passed House and approved November 22, 1905. Disapproved by T. Roosevelt December 20, 1905.
Six letters from the Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes to the National Secretary of the Choctaws (E.H. Wilson) accounting for the laws which were approved or disapproved by the President, March 1908 - April 1909 (incomplete)