Texas House of Representatives
House Journal, 11 Sep 1914, p. 165
Oaths of Office Administered
Whereas, Hon. Henry Sackett was duly elected Representative of the One Hundred and Twelfth District to fill out the unexpired term of Hon. A. E. McDaniel, resigned, at a special election held on the 8th day of September, 1914; and
Whereas, Hon. Del W. Harrington was duly elected Representative of the One Hundred and Twenty-fifth District to fill out the unexpired term of Hon. Hilton R. Creer, resigned, at a special election held on the September 8, 1914; and
Whereas, The said Hon. Henry Sackett and the Hon. Del W. Harrington are now within the bar of the House ready to take the oath of office; therefore be it
Resolved, That the speaker appoint a committee to conduct said Representatives-elect to the Speaker's chair, and that the constitutional oath be administered to each of them.
SignedóWatson of Mills, Griggs, Taylor.
The resolution was read second time and adopted.
In accordance with the above action, the Speaker announced the appointment of Mr. Watson of Mills, Mr. Griggs and Mr. Taylor as a committee to escort Mr. Sackett and Mr. Harrington to the Speaker's stand.
The committee having performed their duty, Mr. Sackett and Mr. Harrington took the oath of office, which was administered by the Speaker.