Proposed act authorizing the principal chief to apply to the Secretary of the Interior for copies of public printed documents. Passed Senate October 25, 1877. Passed House and approved October 26, 1877.
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.
A resolution authorizing the Principal of Chief to appoint one person to proceed with the prosecution of the claim of the Choctaw Nation against the Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railway. Passed House October 19, 1881. Passed Senate and approved...
An act amendatory of Section 10 of ""An act to define certain duties of the Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation, and to fix his salary."" Passed House November 3, 1883. Passed Senate November 5, 1883. Approved November 5, 1883.
A resolution of October 12, 1889, requiring the National Agent of the Choctaw Nation to make his report to the Principal Chief. Passed Senate October 14, 1889. Passed House and approved on October 14, 1889.
A resolution providing pay for extra services of J.F. McCurtain, Principal Chief of Choctaw Nation. Passed House November 2, 1883. Passed Senate November 3, 1883. Became a law three days after it was passed by Senate.
An act asking the Principal Chief to compel George Oaks, inspector of St. Louis and San Francisco Railway Company to give his report. Passed and approved November 14, 1890. Passed House November 13, 1890.
The general council demands that the Principal Chief take necessary steps to cause L.G. Folsom to make final and satisfactory arrangements with the treasurer of the Choctaw Nation. Passed and approved November 14, 1890.
A resolution authorizing the Principal Chief to make an appointment of one or two persons to investigate J.B. Lloyds, accounts. Passed Senate November 13, 1890. Passed House and approved November 14, 1890.
In compliance with your act authorizing the Principal Chief to appoint two men to execute releases and conveyances of the leased district and to procure payment for the same. Passed and approved December 12, 1891.
A joint resolution authorizing the Principal Chief to appoint an attorney to represent the national interests before the Committee on Citizenship and for other purposes. Passed House October 14, 1884. Passed Senate October 13, 1884. Approved...
Bill No. 1. A resolution of October 6, 1896. that there be no persons, other than the members of the General Council, allowed in the hall where the votes for the Principal Chief of the Nation are counted. Passed and approved October 7, 1896.