Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1904.
|Chap. 795||Indian Territory.
1895, Mar. 1, c. 145, ante, p. 71.
1897, June 7, c. 3, ante, p. 87.
|Chap. 795||Central judicial district.
1902, ch. 276, post, p. 118.
|Chap. 795||terms of court, where held.|
|Sec. 2||Pending causes transferred.|
Be it enacted, &c., That subdivision three, of chapter one hundred and forty-five, of the United States Statutes at Large, approved March first, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, entitled An Act to provide for the appointment of additional judges of the United States court in the Indian Territory, and for other purposes, which said subdivision reads as follows: The central district shall consist of all the Choctaw country, and the places of holding court in said district shall be at South McAlester, Atoka, Antlers, and Cameron, be amended by striking out of said subdivision the word Cameron and inserting in lieu thereof the word Poteau, so that said subdivision when amended shall read as follows: The central district shall consist of all the Choctaw country, and the places of holding court in said district shall be at South McAlester, Atoka, Antlers, and Poteau.
That all suits, prosecutions and processes, recognizances, bail bonds, and other proceedings of whatever nature pending in or returnable to said court at Cameron are hereby transferred to and shall be made returnable and have force in said court at Poteau. [June 6, 1900.]