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Fifty-Eighth Congress

(1903-1905)

Majority: Republican
Minority: Democrat

Henry Allen Cooper, Wisconsin

James A. Trawney, Minnesota

William A. Jones, Virginia Edgar D. Crumpacker, Indiana

John W. Maddox, Georgia Edward L. Hamilton, Michigan

James R. Williams, Illinois Marlin E. Olmstead, Pennsylvania

Malcolm R. Patterson, Tennessee George W. Smith, Illinois

James M. Robinson, Indiana
William R. Warnock, Ohio

Wilson S. Hill, Mississippi
James C. Needham, Louisiana
Charles F. Fuller, Ilinois
William M. Lanning, New Jersey
Moses P. Kinkaid, Nebraska
On June 6, 1904, William M. Lanning, New Jersey, resigned from the House of Representatives.
On December 12, 1904, Amos R. Webber, Ohio, was appointed to the Committee.

Fifty-Ninth Congress

(1905-1907)

Majority: Republican
Minority: Democrat

Henry Allen Cooper, Wisconsin Edgar D. Crumpacker, Indiana

William A. Jones, Virginia Edward L. Hamilton, Michigan

Malcolm L. Petterson, Tennessee Marlin E. Olmstead, Pennsylvania

William T. Zenor, Indiana George W. Smith, Illinois

William W. Rucker, Missouri Charles F. Fuller, Illinois

George G. Gilbert, Kentucky Moses P. Kinkaid, Nebraska

Robert N. Page, North Carolina Amos R. Webber, Ohio William H. Graham, Pennsylvania Elbert H. Hubbard, Iowa Herbert Parsons, New York Duncan E. McKinlay, California Tulio Larringa, Comm. of Puerto Rico On December 15, 1906, Oscar S. Gifford, South Dakota, was appointed to the Committee after Duncan E. McKinlay.

Sixtieth Congress

(1907-1909)

Majority: Republican
Minority: Democrat

Henry Allen Cooper, Wisconsin Edgar D. Crumpacker, Indiana

William A. Jones, Virginia Edward L. Hamilton, Michigan

Robert N. Page, North Carolina Marlin E. Olmstead, Pennsylvania

Finis J. Garrett, Tennessee Charles E. Fuller, Illinois

Matthew R. Denver, Ohio William H. Graham, Pennsylvania

Andrew J. Peters, Massachusetts Edward H. Hubbard, Iowa

Charles V. Fornes, Nw York Herbert Parsons, New York

Harvey Helm, Kentucky
Duncan E. McKinlay, California
Charles R. Davis, Minnesota
Charles G Washburn, Massachusetts
Edmond H. Madison, Lansas
Tulio Larringa, Comm. of Puerto Rico

Sixty-First Congress

(1909-1911)

Majority: Republican
Minority: Democrat

Marlin E. Olmstead, Pennsylvania Edgar D. Crumpacker, Indiana

William A. Jones, Virginia Edward L. Hamilton, Michigan

Robert N. Page, North Carolina Charles E. Fuller, Illinois

Finis J. Garrett, Tennessee Elbert H. Hubbard, Iowa

Matthew R. Denver, Ohio William H. Graham, Pennsylvania

Charles V. Fornes, New York Herbert Parsons, New York

Harvey Helm, Kentucky Duncan E. McKinley, California

Atterson W. Rucker, Colorado Charles R. Davis, Minnesota Edmond H. Madison, Kansas Charles N. Fowler, New Jersey Albert Douglas, Ohio Tulio Larringa, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico

Sixty-Second Congress

(1911-1913)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

William A. Jones, Virginia Finis J. Garrett, Tennessee

Marlin E. Olmstead, Pennsylvania Matthew R. Denver, Ohio

Edgar D. Crumpacker, Indiana Charles V. Fomes, New York

Charles E. Fuller, Ilinois Harvey Helm, Kentucky

Elbert H. Hubbard, Iowa Frank Clark, Florida

Charles R. Davis, Minnesota Martin A. Morrison, Indiana

Elmer A. Morse, Wisconsin William A. Dickson, Mississippi

Horace M. Towner, Iowa Clement C. Dickinson, Missouri

Luis M. Rivera, Comm. of Puerto Rico James S. Davenport, Ohio Oscar Callaway, Texas Adam B. Littlepage, West Virginia William S. Howard, Georgia William F. Murray, Massachusetts On June 4, 1912, Elbert H. Hubbard, lowa, resigned from the House of Representatives. On July 25, 1912, Wlliam S. Vare, Pennsylvania, was appointed to the Committee.

Sixty-Third Congress

(1913-1915)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

William A. Jones, Virginia

finis J. Garrett, Tennesse

Horace M. Towner, Iowa Harvey Helm, Kentucky

Clarence B. Miller, Minnesota Martin A Morrison, Indiana

Simeon D. Fess, Ohio James S. Davenport, Ohio

James A. Frear, Wisconsin Oscar Callaway, Texas

George M. Young, North Dakota Henry M. Goldfogle, New York

Luis M. Rivera, Comm. of Puerto Rico Joseph A. Goulden, New York Joseph J. Russell, Missouri Warren W. Bailey, Pennsylvania Lawrence B. Stringer, Illinois Clement L. Braumburgh, Ohio James W. Elder, Louisiana Jacob T. Baker, New Jersey Jacob A. Falconer, Washington On December 10, 1913, John A. Peters, Maine, was appointed to the House, after George M. Young.

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Finis J. Garrett, Tennessee

Horace M. Towner, Iowa Harvey Helm, Kentucky

Clarence B. Miller, Minnesota Joseph M. Russell, Missouri

Charles E. Fuller, Illinois Clement L. Brumbaugh, Ohio

Richard W. Austin, Tennessee Peter J. Dooling, New York

John R.K. Scott, Pennsylvania James B. Aswell, Louisiana

Oscar W. Swift, New York Christopher D. Sullivan, New York

James P. Glynn, Connecticut Thomas D. McKeowen, Oklahoma

Henry W. Watson, Pennsylvania Leonidas Robinson, North Carolina

William F. Waldow, New York John M. Jones, Texas Fred H. Dominick, South Carolina On April 17, 1918, William A. Jones, Virginia, died in office. On July 9, 1918, Schuler Otis Bland, Virginia, was appointed to the Committee.

Sixty-Sixth Congress

(1919-1921)

Majority: Republican
Minority: Democrat

Horace M. Towner, Iowa

Charles E. Fuller, Illinois

Finis J. Garrett, Tennessee James P. Glynn, Connecticut

Clement L. Brumbaugh, Ohio Benjamin K. Focht, Pennsylvania

Christopher D. Sullivan, New York John I Nolan, California

Tom D. McKeowan, Oklahoma Charles A. Nichols, Michigan

Leonidas Robinson, North Carolina Ira G. Hersey, Maine

John Marvin Jones, Texas Frederick N. Zihlman, Maryland

Fred H. Dominick, South Carolina Harold Knutson, Minnesota

Schuyler O. Bland, Virginia
Louis W. Fairfield, Indiana
Wilis J. Hulings, Pennsylvania
Clarence MacGregor, New York
John C. Klecka, Wisconsin
Charles M. LeCompte, Iowa
On February 3, 1920, Wilis J. Hulings, Pennsylvania, was excused from the Committee.
On A pril 25, 1920, Charles A. Nichols, Michigan, died in office.
On January 14, 1921, Clarence J. McLeod, Michigan, was appointed to the Committee.

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