October 26, 1871.
17. A proposed act concerning the regulations by which children could be adopted. Passed and
approved October 26, 1871.
18. A proposed resolution to grant Billy Williams, Sheriff of Towson Co., money to employ an
attorney for his defense. Passed and approved October 26, 1871.
19. A proposed act for changing the location of the election precinct at Hashukwa, Blue Co., to
Fisher Durants Meeting House. Passed and approved October 28, 1871.
20. A proposed act to repeal the act approved Nov. 20, 1867, concerning the granting of permits
for trade. Passed House October 24, 1871. Passed Senate October 26, 1871. Approved
21. A proposed act for moving the County Site of Blue Co. from Chahta Tamaha to the Store
House occupied by William Gardner in Chahta Tamaha. Passed House and approved
October 30, 1871.
22. An act proposed to move the election precinct from Coleman Cole's old place in Cedar Co.
to Barnett Devenpot's place in Cedar Co. Passed House October 28, 1871. Passed Senate
and approved October 30, 1871.
23. A report of the Superintendent of Public Schools and District Trustees reports and an act
proposed to appropriate money to keep certain children in school. Passed and approved
October 30, 1871.
24. A proposed act authorizing the principal chief to order the National Secretary to distribute
Law books in his possession, printed by J.P. Folsom. Passed House October 30, 1871.
Passed Senate October 31, 1871. Approved October 31, 1871.
25. A proposed act to pay members of the council a certain amount of money for expenses
during their stay. Passed House and Senate October 38, 1871. Became a law by limitation
Nov. 1, 1871.
26. An act providing for the protection of timber and stone in the Choctaw Nation.
27. An act proposed to make appropriations for the fiscal year ending July 31, 1871. Passed
House October 31, 1871. Passed Senate and was approved Nov. 1, 1871.
Acts, Bills, and Resolutions of the Choctaw Nation, 1872
1. An act to provide that the Principal Chief of the Nation shall transfer the remaining funds
from Washington and place it in the Treasury as National funds. Passed and approved