||President pro Tempore
of the Senate
|Speaker of the House
|1st||Extra||4 April 1911||22 August 1911||Frye||Clark, James Beauchamp ["Champ"]|
This "extra" Session of the 62nd Congress was called by President William Howard Taft via executive Proclamation issued on 4 March 1911.
|2nd||long||4 December 1911||26 August 1912||Bacon, Augustus|
(Rep.- New Hampshire)
Senators Bacon and Gallinger alternated as Presidents pro Tempore throughout most of this "long" session of the 62nd Congress; others who served briefly as Presidents pro Tempore during this "long" session of that Congress were Frank B. Brandegee (Rep.- Connecticut), Charles Curtis (Rep.- Kansas) and Henry Cabot Lodge (Rep.- Massachusetts).
|3rd||short||2 December 1912||3 March 1913||Bacon & Gallinger||Clark|
Senators Bacon and Gallinger alternated as Presidents pro Tempore throughout most of this "short" session of the 62nd Congress; during this session, they each served as acting President of the Senate due to a vacancy in the Vice Presidency of the United States (Vice President James S. Sherman having died in office on 30 October 1912, before the convening of this session).