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Encyclopedia > 61st United States Congress

Contents


Dates of Sessions

1909-1911

In addition, the Senate was called into special session by President William Howard Taft and met from March 4, 1909 to March 6, 1909. March 15 is the 74th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (75th in Leap years). ... 1909 (MCMIX) was a common year starting on Friday (see link for calendar). ... August 5 is the 217th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (218th in leap years), with 148 days remaining. ... 1909 (MCMIX) was a common year starting on Friday (see link for calendar). ... December 6 is the 340th day (341st on leap years) of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... 1909 (MCMIX) was a common year starting on Friday (see link for calendar). ... June 25 is the 176th day of the year (177th in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar, with 189 days remaining. ... 1910 (MCMX) was a common year starting on Saturday (see link for calendar) of the Gregorian calendar or a common year starting on Sunday of the 13-day slower Julian calendar. ... A lame duck is an elected official who has lost a re-election, but continues to hold office until the successors inauguration. ... December 5 is the 339th day (340th in leap years) of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... 1910 (MCMX) was a common year starting on Saturday (see link for calendar) of the Gregorian calendar or a common year starting on Sunday of the 13-day slower Julian calendar. ... March 3 is the 62nd day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (63rd in leap years). ... 1911 (MCMXI) was a common year starting on Sunday (click on link for calendar). ... William Howard Taft (September 15, 1857 – March 8, 1930) was an American politician, the 27th President of the United States, the 10th Chief Justice of the United States, a leader of the progressive conservative wing of the Republican Party in the early twentieth century, a chaired professor at Yale Law... March 4 is the 63rd day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (64th in leap years). ... 1909 (MCMIX) was a common year starting on Friday (see link for calendar). ... March 6 is the 65th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (66th in Leap years). ... 1909 (MCMIX) was a common year starting on Friday (see link for calendar). ...


Major political events

July 12, 1909, submission of the Sixteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution to the states for ratification. This ammendment allowed Congress to tax income from all sources without apportionment. Amendment XVI (the Sixteenth Amendment) of the United States Constitution, authorizing income taxes in their present form, was ratified on February 3, 1913. ...


Officers

Senate

House of Representatives

Members

Senate

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House of Representatives

  • John Alfred Adair (D-IN)
  • William Charles Adamson (D-GA)
  • Wyatt Charles Aiken (D-SC)
  • De Alva Alexander (R-NY)
  • Joshua Willis Alexander (D-MO)
  • Amos Lawrence Allen (R-ME)
  • Butler Lawrence Ames (R-MA)
  • Carl Carey Anderson (D-OH)
  • John Emory Andrus (R-NY)
  • Timothy Thomas Ansberry (D-OH)
  • Daniel Read Anthony (R-KS)
  • William Albert Ashbrook (D-OH)
  • Richard Wilson Austin (R-TN)
  • Andrew Jackson Barchfeld (R-PA)
  • Charles Frederick Barclay (R-PA)
  • William Oscar Barnard (R-IN)
  • Henry A. Barnhart (D-IN)
  • Richard A. Bartholdt (R-MO)
  • Charles Lafayette Bartlett (D-GA)
  • George Arthur Bartlett (D-NV)
  • Arthur Laban Bates (R-PA)
  • James Andrew Beall (D-TX)
  • Thomas Montgomery Bell (D-GA)
  • William Stiles Bennet (R-NY)
  • Joseph Bentley Bennett (R-KY)
  • Henry Harrison Bingham (R-PA)
  • John William Boehne (D-IN)
  • Charles Ferris Booher (D-MO)
  • William Patterson Borland (D-MO)
  • Henry Sherman Boutell (R-IL)
  • Eaton Jackson Bowers (D-MS)
  • Thomas Wilson Bradley (R-NY)
  • William Gordon Brantley (D-GA)
  • Robert Foligny Broussard (D-LA)
  • Walter Preston Brownlow (R-TN)
  • George Farmer Burgess (D-TX)
  • Charles Henry Burke (R-SD)
  • James Francis Burke (R-PA)
  • Edwin Chick Burleigh (R-ME)
  • Albert Sidney Burleson (D-TX)
  • John Lawson Burnett (D-AL)
  • Thomas Stalker Butler (R-PA)
  • Adam Monroe Byrd (D-MS)
  • Joseph Wellington Byrns (D-TN)
  • William Musgrave Calder (R-NY)
  • William Alexander Calderhead (R-KS)
  • Philip Pitt Campbell (R-KS)
  • Ezekiel Samuel Candler (D-MS)
  • Ezekiel Samuel Candler (R-IL)
  • James Campbell Cantrill (D-KY)
  • Adin Ballou Capron (R-RI)
  • Charles Creighton Carlin (D-VA)
  • Charles David Carter (D-OK)
  • William Joseph Cary (R-WI)
  • James Henry Cassidy (R-OH)
  • Pleasant Thomas Chapman (R-IL)
  • Frank Thomas Clark (D-FL)
  • James Beauchamp Clark (D-MO)
  • Henry De Clayton (D-AL)
  • Cyrus De Cline (D-IN)
  • William Willets Cocks (R-NY)
  • Ralph Dayton Cole (R-OH)
  • James William Collier (D-MS)
  • Michael Francis Conry (D-NY)
  • Joel Francis Cook (R-PA)
  • Allen Foster Cooper (R-PA)
  • Henry Allen Cooper (R-WI)
  • Harry Marcy Coudrey (R-MO)
  • James Harry Covington (D-MD)
  • Charles Holden Cowles (R-NC)
  • James Middleton Cox (D-OH)
  • William Elijah Cox (D-IN)
  • William Benjamin Craig (D-AL)
  • William Ben Cravens (D-AR)
  • Charles Edward Creager (R-OK)
  • Charles Augustus Crow (R-MO)
  • Edgar Dean Crumpacker (R-IN)
  • William Allen Cullop (D-IN)
  • Frank Dunklee Currier (R-NH)
  • Francis Wellington Cushman (R-WA)
  • John Wellington Dalzell (R-PA)
  • James Henry Davidson (R-WI)
  • Charles Russell Davis (R-MN)
  • Albert Foster Dawson (R-IA)
  • David Albaugh De Armond (D-MO)
  • Edwin Albaugh Denby (R-MI)
  • Stanley Hubert Dent (D-AL)
  • Matthew Rombach Denver (D-OH)
  • Clement Cabell Dickinson (D-MO)
  • William Alexander Dickson (D-MS)
  • Gerrit John Diekema (R-MI)
  • Martin John Dies (D-TX)
  • Lincoln John Dixon (D-IN)
  • Francis Henry Dodds (R-MI)
  • Albert Henry Douglas (R-OH)
  • William Henry Draper (R-NY)
  • Daniel Angelus Driscoll (D-NY)
  • Michael Edward Driscoll (R-NY)
  • Henry Garland Dupré (D-LA)
  • Cyrus Garland Durey (R-NY)
  • John Wilbur Dwight (R-NY)
  • Charles Gordon Edwards (D-GA)
  • Don Calvin Edwards (R-KY)
  • James Edwin Ellerbe (D-SC)
  • William Russell Ellis (R-OR)
  • Politte Russell Elvins (R-MO)
  • William Fellows Englebright (R-CA)
  • John Jacob Esch (R-WI)
  • Albert Jacob Estopinal (D-LA)
  • George Winthrop Fairchild (R-NY)
  • Jacob Sloat Fassett (NY)
  • Scott Sloat Ferris (D-OK)
  • David Edward Finley (D-SC)
  • Hamilton Edward Fish (R-NY)
  • John Joseph Fitzgerald (D-NY)
  • Henry De Flood (D-VA)
  • John Charles Floyd (D-AR)
  • Benjamin Kurtz Focht (R-PA)
  • Otto Godfrey Foelker (R-NY)
  • Joseph Warren Fordney (R-MI)
  • Charles Vincent Fornes (D-NY)
  • Eugene Noble Foss (D-MA)
  • George Edmund Foss (R-IL)
  • David Johnson Foster (R-VT)
  • Martin David Foster (D-IL)
  • William Walker Foulkrod (R-PA)
  • Charles Newell Fowler (R-NJ)
  • Charles Eugene Fuller (R-IL)
  • Joseph Holt Gaines (R-WV)
  • Thomas Holt Gallagher (D-IL)
  • Augustus Peabody Gardner (R-MA)
  • John James Gardner (R-NJ)
  • Washington James Gardner (R-MI)
  • Alfred Buckwalter Garner (R-PA)
  • John Nance Garner (D-TX)
  • Finis James Garrett (D-TN)
  • John James Gill (D-MD)
  • Patrick Francis Gill (D-MO)
  • Oscar William Gillespie (D-TX)
  • Frederick Huntington Gillett (R-MA)
  • Samuel Louis Gilmore (D-LA)
  • Carter Louis Glass (D-VA)
  • Hannibal Lafayette Godwin (D-NC)
  • Herman Philip Goebel (R-OH)
  • Henry Mayer Goldfogle (D-NY)
  • James William Good (R-IA)
  • George Washington Gordon (D-TN)
  • Joseph Aloysius Goulden (D-NY)
  • Joseph Verdi Graff (R-IL)
  • James McMahon Graham (D-IL)
  • William Harrison Graham (R-PA)
  • John Gaston Grant (R-NC)
  • William Stedman Greene (R-MA)
  • Alexander White Gregg (D-TX)
  • William Walton Griest (R-PA)
  • James Mathews Griggs (D-GA)
  • Asle Jorgenson Gronna (R-ND)
  • Frank Edward Guernsey (R-ME)
  • Thomas Ray Hamer (R-ID)
  • James Alphonsus Hamill (D-NJ)
  • Edward La Hamilton (R-MI)
  • Courtney Walker Hamlin (D-MO)
  • Winfield Scott Hammond (D-MN)
  • Louis Benjamin Hanna (R-ND)
  • Thomas William Hardwick (D-GA)
  • Rufus William Hardy (D-TX)
  • Francis Burton Harrison (D-NY)
  • Gilbert Nelson Haugen (R-IA)
  • James Smith Havens (D-NY)
  • Willis Chatman Hawley (R-OR)
  • James Chatman Hay (D-VA)
  • Everis Anson Hayes (R-CA)
  • William Henry Heald (R-DE)
  • James Thomas Heflin (D-AL)
  • Harvey Thomas Helm (D-KY)
  • James Alexander Hemenway (R-IN)
  • Edward Stevens Henry (R-CT)
  • Robert Lee Henry (D-TX)
  • Edwin Werter Higgins (R-CT)
  • Ebenezer J. Hill (R-CT)
  • Edmund Howard Hinshaw (R-NE)
  • Gilbert Monell Hitchcock (D-NE)
  • Richmond Pearson Hobson (D-AL)
  • David Adams Hollingsworth (R-OH)
  • William Cannon Houston (D-TN)
  • William Marcellus Howard (D-GA)
  • Benjamin Franklin Howell (R-NJ)
  • Joseph Franklin Howell (R-UT)
  • Leonard Paul Howland (R-OH)
  • Elbert Hamilton Hubbard (R-IA)
  • William Pallister Hubbard (R-WV)
  • George Franklin Huff (R-PA)
  • Dudley Mays Hughes (D-GA)
  • James Anthony Hughes (R-WV)
  • William Anthony Hughes (D-NJ)
  • Cordell Anthony Hull (D-TN)
  • John Albert Hull (R-IA)
  • William Ewart Humphrey (R-WA)
  • Benjamin Grubb Humphreys (D-MS)
  • Ollie Murray James (D-KY)
  • William Darius Jamieson (D-IA)
  • Adna Romulus Johnson (R-OH)
  • Ben Romulus Johnson (D-KY)
  • Joseph Travis Johnson (D-SC)
  • William Atkinson Jones (D-VA)
  • James Atkinson Joyce (R-OH)
  • Julius Atkinson Kahn (R-CA)
  • Joseph Warren Keifer (R-OH)
  • John Austin Keliher (D-MA)
  • Nathan Edward Kendall (R-IA)
  • Charles Augustus Kennedy (R-IA)
  • James Augustus Kennedy (R-OH)
  • Moses Pierce Kinkaid (R-NE)
  • Eugene Francis Kinkead (D-NJ)
  • Claude Francis Kitchin (D-NC)
  • Charles Luman Knapp (R-NY)
  • Joseph Russell Knowland (R-CA)
  • Arthur William Kopp (R-WI)
  • Charles Alexander Korbly (D-IN)
  • John Alexander Kronmiller (R-MD)
  • Gustav Alexander Küstermann (R-WI)
  • Daniel Franklin Lafean (R-PA)
  • John Franklin Lamb (D-VA)
  • Jonathan Nicholas Langham (R-PA)
  • John Wesley Langley (R-KY)
  • Francis Rives Lassiter (D-VA)
  • James Polk Latta (D-NE)
  • Charles Blakeslee Law (R-NY)
  • George Pelton Lawrence (R-MA)
  • Gordon Pelton Lee (D-GA)
  • Irvine Luther Lenroot (R-WI)
  • Asbury Francis Lever (D-SC)
  • Charles August Lindbergh (R-MN)
  • George Henry Lindsay (D-NY)
  • Robert Maclin Lively (D-TX)
  • Leonidas Felix Livingston (D-GA)
  • James Tilghman Lloyd (D-MO)
  • Nicholas Tilghman Longworth (R-OH)
  • George Alvin Loud (R-MI)
  • Henry Clay Loudenslager (R-NJ)
  • William Croad Lovering (R-MA)
  • Frank Orren Lowden (R-IL)
  • Frederick Orren Lundin (R-IL)
  • Robert Bruce Macon (D-AR)
  • Martin Barnaby Madden (R-IL)
  • Edmond Haggard Madison (R-KS)
  • John Arthur Maguire (D-NE)
  • George Roland Malby (R-NY)
  • James Robert Mann (R-IL)
  • Eben Wever Martin (R-SD)
  • John Andrew Martin (D-CO)
  • Zachary David Massey (R-TN)
  • Harry Lee Maynard (D-VA)
  • Dannite Hill Mays (D-FL)
  • Samuel Walker Mccall (R-MA)
  • George Deardorff Mccreary (R-PA)
  • William Wallace Mccredie (R-WA)
  • James Thomas Mcdermott (D-IL)
  • Bird Segle Mcguire (R-OK)
  • John Geiser Mchenry (D-PA)
  • Duncan E. Mckinlay (R-CA)
  • William Brown Mckinley (R-IL)
  • James Brown Mckinney (R-IL)
  • James Brown Mclachlan (R-CA)
  • James Campbell Mclaughlin (R-MI)
  • Henry Gordon McMorran (R-MI)
  • Clarence Benjamin Miller (R-MN)
  • James Monroe Miller (R-KS)
  • Charles Stephen Millington (R-NY)
  • John Joseph Mitchell (D-MA)
  • Franklin Wheeler Mondell (R-WY)
  • John Austin Moon (D-TN)
  • Reuben Osborne Moon (R-PA)
  • John Matthew Moore (D-TX)
  • Joseph Hampton Moore (R-PA)
  • John Motley Morehead (R-NC)
  • Charles Henry Morgan (R-MO)
  • Dick Thompson Morgan (R-OK)
  • Martin Andrew Morrison (D-IN)
  • Elmer Addison Morse (R-WI)
  • Ralph Wilbur Moss (D-IN)
  • William James Moxley (R-IL)
  • Sydney Emanuel Mudd (R-MD)
  • Victor Emanuel Murdock (R-KS)
  • Arthur Phillips Murphy (R-MO)
  • James Carson Needham (R-CA)
  • John Mandt Nelson (R-WI)
  • Thomas David Nicholls (I/D-PA)
  • George William Norris (R-NE)
  • Frank Mellen Nye (R-MN)
  • Joseph Francis O'connell (D-MA)
  • Jacob Van Olcott (R-NY)
  • William Allan Oldfield (D-AR)
  • Marlin Edgar Olmsted (R-PA)
  • Lemuel Phillips Padgett (D-TN)
  • Robert Newton Page (D-NC)
  • Alexander Mitchell Palmer (D-PA)
  • Henry Wilbur Palmer (R-PA)
  • Richard Wayne Parker (R-NJ)
  • Herbert Wayne Parsons (R-NY)
  • James O'Hanlon Patterson (D-SC)
  • Sereno Elisha Payne (R-NY)
  • George Alexander Pearre (R-MD)
  • James Breck Perkins (R-NY)
  • Andrew James Peters (D-MA)
  • Charles Edgar Pickett (R-IA)
  • Frank Edgar Plumley (R-VT)
  • Miles Edgar Poindexter (R-WA)
  • Edward William Pou (D-NC)
  • Charles Clarence Pratt (R-PA)
  • Charles Nelson Pray (R-MT)
  • George Washington Prince (R-IL)
  • Arsène Paulin Pujo (D-LA)
  • Henry Thomas Rainey (D-IL)
  • Choice Boswell Randell (D-TX)
  • Joseph Eugene Ransdell (D-LA)
  • George Washington Rauch (D-IN)
  • William Augustus Reeder (R-KS)
  • Charles Chester Reid (D-AR)
  • John Merriman Reynolds (R-PA)
  • Joseph Lafayette Rhinock (D-KY)
  • William Lafayette Richardson (D-AL)
  • Daniel Joseph Riordan (D-NY)
  • Ernest William Roberts (R-MA)
  • Joseph Taylor Robinson (D-AR)
  • Seaborn Anderson Roddenbery (D-GA)
  • William August Rodenberg (R-IL)
  • John Hoover Rothermel (D-PA)
  • Atterson Walden Rucker (D-CO)
  • William Waller Rucker (D-MO)
  • Gordon James Russell (D-TX)
  • Adolph Joachim Sabath (D-IL)
  • Edward Watts Saunders (D-VA)
  • Charles Frederick Scott (R-KS)
  • Dorsey William Shackleford (D-MO)
  • William Graves Sharp (D-OH)
  • William Paine Sheffield (R-RI)
  • Morris Paine Sheppard (D-TX)
  • Joseph Swagar Sherley (D-KY)
  • Isaac R. Sherwood (D-OH)
  • James Samuel Simmons (R-NY)
  • Thetus Willrette Sims (D-TN)
  • Thomas Upton Sisson (D-MS)
  • James Luther Slayden (D-TX)
  • Campbell Bascom Slemp (R-VA)
  • John Humphrey Small (D-NC)
  • Samuel William Smith (R-MI)
  • Sylvester Clark Smith (R-CA)
  • Walter Inglewood Smith (R-IA)
  • William Robert Smith (D-TX)
  • Howard Malcolm Snapp (R-IL)
  • George Newell Southwick (R-NY)
  • Stephen Milancthon Sparkman (D-FL)
  • Nehemiah Day Sperry (R-CT)
  • Thomas Day Spight (D-MS)
  • William Henry Stafford (R-WI)
  • Augustus Owsley Stanley (D-KY)
  • Halvor Owsley Steenerson (R-MN)
  • John Hall Stephens (D-TX)
  • John Allen Sterling (R-IL)
  • Frederick Clement Stevens (R-MN)
  • George Cookman Sturgiss (R-WV)
  • Cyrus Adams Sulloway (R-NH)
  • William Adams Sulzer (D-NY)
  • John Philip Swasey (R-ME)
  • Joshua Frederick Talbott (D-MD)
  • James Albertus Tawney (R-MN)
  • Edward Livingston Taylor (R-OH)
  • Edward Thomas Taylor (D-CO)
  • George Washington Taylor (D-AL)
  • John Kinley Tener (R-PA)
  • Napoleon Bonaparte Thistlewood (R-IL)
  • Charles Randolph Thomas (D-NC)
  • Robert Young Thomas (D-KY)
  • William Aubrey Thomas (R-OH)
  • John Quillin Tilson (R-CT)
  • Charles Quincy Tirrell (R-MA)
  • William Ellsworth Tou Velle (D-OH)
  • Charles Elroy Townsend (R-MI)
  • Robert Elroy Turnbull (D-VA)
  • Oscar Wilder Underwood (D-AL)
  • Andrew John Volstead (R-MN)
  • Edward Butterfield Vreeland (R-NY)
  • Robert Minor Wallace (D-AR)
  • Irving Price Wanger (R-PA)
  • Charles Grenfill Washburn (R-MA)
  • John Thomas Watkins (D-LA)
  • Edwin Yates Webb (D-NC)
  • John Wingate Weeks (R-MA)
  • Charles Herman Weisse (D-WI)
  • Nelson Platt Wheeler (R-PA)
  • Robert Charles Wickliffe (D-LA)
  • William Halsted Wiley (R-NJ)
  • William Forte Willett (D-NY)
  • William Bauchop Wilson (D-PA)
  • William Warfield Wilson (R-IL)
  • Ira Wells Wood (R-NJ)
  • Frank Plowman Woods (R-IA)
  • Harry Chapman Woodyard (R-WV)
  • Horace Olin Young (R-MI)
  • Richard Olin Young (R-NY)
List of United States Congresses (and years begun)
1 (1789)2 (1791)3 (1793)4 (1795)5 (1797)6 (1799)7 (1801)8 (1803)9 (1805)10 (1807)
11 (1809)12 (1811)13 (1813)14 (1815)15 (1817)16 (1819)17 (1821)18 (1823)19 (1825)20 (1827)
21 (1829)22 (1831)23 (1833)24 (1835)25 (1837)26 (1839)27 (1841)28 (1843)29 (1845)30 (1847)
31 (1849)32 (1851)33 (1853)34 (1855)35 (1857)36 (1859)37 (1861)38 (1863)39 (1865)40 (1867)
41 (1869)42 (1871)43 (1873)44 (1875)45 (1877)46 (1879)47 (1881)48 (1883)49 (1885)50 (1887)
51 (1889)52 (1891)53 (1893)54 (1895)55 (1897)56 (1899)57 (1901)58 (1903)59 (1905)60 (1907)
61 (1909)62 (1911)63 (1913)64 (1915)65 (1917)66 (1919)67 (1921)68 (1923)69 (1925)70 (1927)
71 (1929)72 (1931)73 (1933)74 (1935)75 (1937)76 (1939)77 (1941)78 (1943)79 (1945)80 (1947)
81 (1949)82 (1951)83 (1953)84 (1955)85 (1957)86 (1959)87 (1961)88 (1963)89 (1965)90 (1967)
91 (1969)92 (1971)93 (1973)94 (1975)95 (1977)96 (1979)97 (1981)98 (1983)99 (1985)100 (1987)
101 (1989)102 (1991)103 (1993)104 (1995)105 (1997)106 (1999)107 (2001)108 (2003)109 (2005) • 110 (2007)
111 (2009)112 (2011)113 (2013)

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"statutes" or "statutory law") consists exclusively of Acts passed by the Congress of the United States (and its predecessor, the Continental Congress), which were either signed into law by the President or passed by Congress after a presidential veto.
Acts of Congress are published in the United States Statutes at Large.
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