Bill No. 33. Proposed act proposed to pay delegates attending the International Convention at Eufaula County, June 15 and 16, 1885. Passed Senate October 31, 1885. Passed House and approved November 2, 1885.
A letter from J. George Wright, Indian Inspector, to S.J. Homer, National Secretary, in regard to the forwarding of the resolution of condolence in matter of death and assassination of the late Pres. William McKinley. December 5, 1901.
Bill No. 3. A resolution endorsing the action of the convention of the Five Civilized Tribes held at Eufaula, November 28, 1902. Passed House and Senate December 11, 1902. Approved December 12, 1902. (missing)
A proposed act referring to the changing of the election precinct then located in Nani Lakali, Blue Co., Choctaw Nation. Passed House October 18, 1869. Passed Senate October 18, 1869. Approved October 18, 1869.
A resolution proposed to appoint a committee to consider and report on the proposition offered by certain railroad companies to build a railroad. Passed House October 22, 1869. Passed Senate and approved October 23, 1869.
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.
A proposed act authorizing the National Treasurer to borrow money of Green W. Thompson to pay the expenses of the General Council then in session. Passed House October 25, 1869. Passed Senate October 25, 1869. Approved October 26, 1869.
A proposed act authorizing the principal chief to appoint three people to inspect the printed laws and to see if they could be compiled as directed by an act approved October 17, 1867. Passed and approved October 30, 1869.
A proposed act to establish an additional election precinct in Sanbois Co., Choctaw Nation to be called ""Hancocks Election Precinct"". Passed House October 26, 1869. Passed Senate October 27, 1869. Approved October 27, 1869.