A proposed act to repeal the act which entitled the National Attorney to attend the claims set up against the Nation. Passed House October 23, 1869, passed Senate October 23, 1869. Approved October 26, 1869.
Letter by Richard J. McCloskey of the Indian Health Service to the Choctaw people, letter is also endorsed by Hollis E. Roberts, P.C.C.N., January 29, 1981; letter cites proposed changes in eligibility for IHS services.
An act proposed to grant David McCurtain, Sheriff of Scullyville Co., money to employ an attorney in his defense against John Ingle. Passed House October 16, 1871. Passed Senate October 18, 1871. Approved October 19, 1871.
A proposed act to appropriate $1000.00 so that Forbis LeFlore, Superintendent of Public Schools, might carry out the provision of the law paper of November 1871. Passed House, Senate was approved March 19, 1872.
A resolution authorizing the payment of Hon. C.E. Holson and Wilson Jones for services as commissioners on the Freedom Man Question. Passed Senate Nov. 10, 1875. Passed House and approved Nov. 12, 1875. J. White Speaker.
Proposed resolution stating that no one except the General Council was authorized to give an account of the U.S. Senate Committee concerning lands, government or money to the Choctaw Nation. Passed and approved October 15, 1878.
Proposed act to pay Stone and Thompson for printing the acts and proceedings of the General Council. Passed Senate October 24, 1878. Passed House with amendment October 24, 1878. Repassed Senate with amendment October 26, 1878.
Proposed act authorizing the principal chief to take steps to recover thirty-five hundred dollars from Albert Carney who failed to carry out his part of a contract with the government. Passed and approved Nov. 5, 1878.