A resolution authorizing the National Secretary to furnish the Chickasaw Authorities a copy of the action of the Choctaw Council relative to the Special Agreement made September 5, 1899. Passed and approved November 1, 1899.
An act re-enacting the General Appropriation Bill for 1898-1899 and eliminating the salary of coal trustee, thereupon. Passed House with amendment November 1, 1899. Passed Senate with amendment and approved November 1, 1899.
A resolution directing the National Secretary of the Nation to supply the Chickasaw Authority with a copy of the action of the General Council respecting a strip of land subject to the action of said Nations jointly. Passed and approved November 1,...
An act appropriating $250.00 for payment of services rendered by J.C. Hodge in defending Thomas Watson, Abner Clay, and Simon Taylor. Passed Senate October 31, 1899. Passed House and approved November 1, 1899.
An act appropriating $4,000.00 to pay N.B. Ainsworth, coal and asphalt trustee for services and expenses for the year beginning November 23, 1898 and ending November 23, 1899. Passed and approved November 1, 1899.
An act authorizing the sheriff of Jackson County to construct court house at Mayhew. Passed House October 30, 1899. Passed Senate with amendment October 30, 1899. Passed House with amendment and approved November 1, 1899.
An act authorizing the townsite commissioner of the Choctaw Nation to survey, appraise, and sell the land lying between the city of Ft. Smith, Arkansas and the Arkansas River and extending to the mouth of Mill Creek. Passed Senate and House October...
Bill No. 12. An act granting Jackson Burns the right to establish a ferry on Sans Bois River. Passed House October 25, 1899. Passed Senate October 24, 1899. Approved October 25, 1899. Approved by Pres. William McKinley December 8, 1899.
Bill No. 41. An act appropriating money to defray the three Commissioners. Passed Senate October 27, 1899. Passed House October 28, 1899. Approved October 30, 1899. Approved by Pres. McKinley December 8, 1899.
A resolution directing the Principal Chief to vacate the commission of Jeremiah Ward, who was declared elected circuit judge of the First Judicial Circuit, Choctaw Nation. Passed and approved November 3, 1884.