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 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.
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.
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.
A resolution that one person be appointed to go to Sedelia, Missouri, the headquarters of the M.K. & T Railroad Co. to get the statistics of the amount of money given by the Railroad Co. Passed and approved October 22, 1874.
Bill No. 2. An act repealing an act entitled an act to authorize the Choctaw and Chickasaw national Railroad co. to construct and operate a railroad through Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation. Passed and approved October 8, 1894.
A letter from George Wright, U.S. Indian Inspector, concerning the receipt of ""an act authorizing the payment of Rogers Wade Furniture Co."" without impression of the National Seal. Dated November 29, 1899.
A letter from John D Benedict, Supt. of Schools in I.T. to Mr. Solomon J. Homer, National Secretary, Choctaw Nation, concerning a bill appropriating $350.00 to Rogers Wade Furniture Co. Dated December 28, 1899.
A letter from National Secretary to John D. Benedict, Supt. of Schools in Indian Territory, concerning the act of the Choctaw Council appropriating $350.00 to Roger Wade Furniture Co. Dated December 31, 1899.
Bill No. 80. An act authorizing the payment of the account of Rodger Wades Furniture Co. Passed House November 1, 1899. Passed Senate November 1, 1899. Becomes a law by constitutional limitation. Approved by President McKinley on April 17, 1900.
A letter from J. George Wright to S.J. Homer advising the President to approve on April 17, 1900 an act entitled ""An act authorizing the payment of the account of Rodgers Wade Furniture Co."" April 26, 1900.
Bill No. 29. A resolution refusing to accept the sum of $50.00 per mile from the Arkansas and Choctaw Railway Co., as compensation for right-of-way through the Choctaw Nation, and informing the Secretary of the Interior thereof. Passed and approved...
A letter from George Wright, Indian Inspector, to S.J. Homer, National Secretary, returning an act approved November 1, 1900, making an appropriation to pay Reynolds, Davis, and Co. Dated November 15, 1900.