MacKay also had been a bagpiper and the sergeant-at-arms of the Inland Empire Emerald Society.
The Office of the sergeant-at-arms said Thursday that both would still operate, although perhaps in limited numbers.
The Tallest Delegate was called smartly to order; he rebelled, but when threatened with the sergeant-at-arms subsided amid jeers.
John Williams was sergeant-at-arms from 1870 to close of period.
When all were seated the sergeant-at-arms made proclamation, and called upon Warren Hastings, Esquire, to appear in court.
The head of the police, the sergeant-at-arms himself, could not interfere.
After long protracted and violent discussions, he was conducted forcibly by the sergeant-at-arms below the bar.
To this he made no reply, but said that the sergeant-at-arms must know his duty.
With pomp and circumstance the sergeant-at-arms led the hero of the hour to his exalted position.
He stood at the door of The Guesser's cubicle, accompanied by a sergeant-at-arms.