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Order, motives of members not to be called in question

130
Committee of the Whole cannot punish breach of....... 145
if point arise while question is putting, Speaker to decide
it peremptorily

170
Order of business, propriety of adhering to the

125
for the Senate......

126
Order of the day, how and when to be called up

134
may be discharged at any time....

134
cannot be moved while member is speaking.

136
takes precedence of all questions

149
Order of the House, determined with the session....

134
a member of the House may insist on the exe-
cution of a subsisting ..

133
and without debate or delay
Order, question of, to supersede a question depending

154
Order and resolution, distinction between

136
Order, special, rules upon subject of...

134, 149
Opposition to bill, proper time to make...

140, 166

133

P.

Papers and journals not to be removed from Clerk's table.....

127
Papers, rules respecting their preservation ..

127, 128
reading of, how far they may be called for.....

146, 147
reading of, to be put before the previous question.

155
referred, usually read by title ......

147
to be left with conferees of the House granting the con-
ference...

177
relating to bills or amendments sent to the other House.. 173
Parliament, each House of, may adjourn independently of the
other......

182
Petition and remonstrance, distinction

135
Petition to be presented by a member-its form, &c....

135
to be subscribed or written by petitioner.

135
must go to committee through the House..

135
question as to receiving .....

135
Postpone indefinitely, quashes a question for the session..

150
Postpone beyond session, effect of

150
Preamble last considered ....

140, 141
President of the Senate provided by the Constitution .....

119
President pro tempore to be chosen in the absence of the Vice-Presi-
dent .....

119
at what time his office shall determine... 121
President of the United States, forms in presenting bills to....

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Previous question, its intention and effect

155, 156
Previous question cannot be amended- ....

153
can an amendment be moved to main question

after the P, Q. has been moved and seconded?.. 150
cannot be put in Committee of the Whole...... 124
may be put in quasi committee..

145
discussed....

155, 156
Priority and precedence of motions, discussed.

147, 155
Privilege of Parliament has gradually increased.

108
of members of Parliament

108
of Senators and Representatives.

109, 112
of Senators, constructive extent.....

110
of the two Houses, cases of alleged breach of.

110
of a member takes place by force of his election..... 112
of members must be ascertained at the peril of the party
violating...

112
of a member is the privilege of the House.

113
a member cannot waive his.....

113
is violated by Speaker not putting a question which is
in order.....

113
of one House in relation to the other, or in relation to a
co-ordinate branch of the legislature...

114, 132
breach of, party summoned or sent for..

110
breach of, by members, punishable by House only... 113
breach of, by the king or executive......

114
members of one House cannot be summoned by the other 125
neither House can exercise authority over members or
officers of the other

132
of a member where he is charged or interested, &c.... 132

question of, takes precedence of the original question.. 155
Privileged questions (see Questions)....

147, 155

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Qualification of Senators.....

115
Quarrel in committee must be settled in House

123
members must declare they will not prosecute.

131
question of privilege arising from, must first be disposed of 155
Questions, general rule for putting ....

147, 149
the priority of certain, considered...

149
removed from before House by adjournment.

163
may be debated between the count of affirmative and
negative .....

164
manner of putting ...

164, 166
members are not to speak or move about when putting. 170

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Questions, must be decided peremptorily if difficulty arise..... 170
one House cannot question the other except by confer-

179
Questions, privileged, what shall be..

147, 155
in filling blanks

154, 160
in reference to commitment

152
to amend an amendment of the other House

takes precedence of a motion to agree or
disagree ...

175
motion to amend has precedence over motion
to strike out a paragraph .....

154
Questions of order (incidental), how fa rit shall supersede any other 154
Question, division of, how made ....

161
what are divisible....

162
when divided it must be so that each part may
stand by itself .....

162
when divided, each point open to debate and
amendment....

162
Questions (co-existing) what suspends and what removes from the
House an existing question.....

163
Questions, equiralent, what is considered

163
how determined by ayes and noes

170
to be resumed in statu quo when suspended by the want

of a quorum.
Question, previous (see Previous question).

155
Quorum only shall do business..

118
what number shall be a..

118
how the attendance of, may be compelled .....

118
any member may call for a count for the purpose of ascer-
taining -

118, 133
not present suspends the question..

118, 170

118, 170

R.

Randall and Whitney, reference to case, breach of privilege....
Reading of papers, question on, first put.....

110
155
147

a speech is not a right without leave..
a report of one House not of right in the other

House
Recede, question discussed

on amendments between the Houses the question shall be:

1st to agree, 2d disagree, 3d recede, 4th insist, 5th,

adhere
one House adhering, the other must recede or adhere also

147
163

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119
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127

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Recede, the House cannot recede from its own amendment with an
amendment

174
Recommitment, amendments made in quasi-committee fall on.

142, 144
Reconsideration of bills, orders, instructions, &c...

171
Remonstrance and petition, distinction....

135
Report of committee, how to proceed in House

143
Report of one House not to be read in the other if objected to.

147
Representatives, apportionment of, from 1789 to 1893...

116
qualifications of

115
Representatives, House of, of whom composed..

115
shall choose their Speaker and other offi-

120
powers of, in relation to its rules and
the conduct of members....

128
Resolutions, facts, principles, and opinions may be expressed in.. 134
money may be paid by

134
when to be presented for approval

181
Reviling, nipping, or unmannerly words not to be used in debate. 130
Riders, engrossed bills may be amended by

166
Rules, an adherence to, important......

107
Rules and orders of each House, to what cases they shall apply..

133, 131
the execution of a subsisting order
may be insisted on....

133
all orders determine with the ses-
sion

134

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Sections of bills may be numbered by Clerk.
Senate, of whom composed and how classed....

the Vice-President to be the President of the.
shall choose their officers, &c........
power of, in relation to rules and the conduct of members.
equal division to be determined by the vote of the Vice-

President....
adjournment of (see Adjournment).

session of, what constitutes
Session, what constitutes.....
Speaker, the House shall choose their.....

absence of, from sickness, another chosen..
violates order by not putting question.
Clerk puts question before election of..
may be removed at will of the House.
not to speak unless to order, and to be first heard......

169
183
184
120
120
120
113
120
121
129
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Speaker, reads sitting, rises to put question ......

145
cannot refuse an amendment, inconsistent

157
to decide point of order that arises in putting question

peremptorily, and may ask advice of old members..... 170
Special orders (see Orders)..

139, 149
Speech cannot be read of right, a written

147
Strike out, paragraph may be perfected before question to..... 158
Strike out and insert, discussed......

158, 159
Sum, largest, first put in filling blanks

154

T.

Tellers to count on division of the Honse

their errors rectified
Time, longest, first put in filling blanks
Title to be on the back of the bill when engrossed

when to be made or amended.....
Transposing of sections, rule respecting..
Treason, mode of proceeding on charge of...
Treaties may be made by the President and Senate...

shall be kept secret until injunction removed.
are legislative acts.....
extent of the power to make.....
may be rescinded by an act of the legislature..
papers to be communicated with
ratified by nominal call ....
read for information the day received.
read for consideration on subsequent day.
proceedings upon.

168
168
154
146
171
160
113
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V.

Vote, a member cannot vote till sworn..

every member must....
must not vote if not present....
change of ...

112
770
170
171

W.

Warm words or quarrel, adjustment of......
Whitney and Randall, bribery case, reference to..
Withdraw, members cannot, when question is putting.
Withdraw motions, rule of Parliament...
Witnesses, how summoned, examined, etc

110
170
155
124

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