63rd Congress (1913-1915)

President: Woodrow Wilson (D-NJ)

House Majority Party: Democrat

House Majority Seats: 291 out of 435

House Speaker: Rep. James Beauchamp ("Champ") Clark (D-MO)



Vice President: Thomas R. Marshall (D-IN)

Senate Majority Party: Democrat 

Senate Majority Seats: 51 out of 96

Senate Majority Floor Leader: Sen. Joseph Kern (D-IN)

Above: Speaker of the House Champ Clark (D-MO)


Railroad Worker Mediation

Underwood Tariff Act

Federal Reserve Act

Alaska State Road/Railroad

Agricultural Extension (Smith-Lever Act)

Panama Canal Act

Agriculture Appropriations Act of 1914

Legislative, Executive and Judicial Appropriations Act of 1915

Cotton Futures Act


Enactments (cont):

Foreign Built Ship Act

FTC Established

Rivers and Harbors Appropriation Act of 1914

Clayton Antitrust Act

Alaska Coal Fields

U.S. Coast Guard Created

Ship Registry Act

Agriculture Appropriations Act of 1915

Seamen's Act of 1915

War Revenue Act of 1914