Footnotes for the Sessions of the
57th Congress, 1901-1903

session type convened adjourned President pro Tempore
of the Senate
Speaker of the House
of Representatives
SpecialSENATE4 March 19019 March 1901Frye- - - -

This Special Session of the SENATE was called by President William McKinley via executive Proclamation issued on 23 February 1901.

1stlong2 December 19011 July 1902FryeHenderson

Senate President pro Tempore William P. Frye served as acting President of the Senate throughout this "long" session of the 57th Congress due to a vacancy in the Vice Presidency of the United States (Vice President Theodore Roosevelt having succeeded to the Presidency upon the death of President William McKinley on 14 September 1901, before the convening of this session).

2ndshort1 December 19023 March 1903FryeHenderson

Senate President pro Tempore William P. Frye served as acting President of the Senate throughout this "short" session of the 57th Congress due to a vacancy in the Vice Presidency of the United States (Vice President Theodore Roosevelt having succeeded to the Presidency earlier in the Congress).

 

   

"Regular" Sessions of Congress
"Regular" Sessions prior to the adoption of the 20th Amendment (1933)
"Regular" Sessions after the adoption of the 20th Amendment (1933)
"Extra" Sessions
"Special SENATE" Sessions

Related information:
Political Party Floor Leaders in the Congress of the United States
A Brief History of Congressional Leadership