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Bills, to be fairly written, or Speaker inay refuse them....

137
introduction, reading, and commitment.

137, 138
amendments fall if recommitted....

142
a particular clause may be recommitted

141
cannot be amended on the first reading..

137
amendments, how proceeded with

157-161
amendments fall if recommitted..

142
proceedings on second reading

138
if second reading refused, the bill is rejected.

163
time for attacking or opposing

144, 164
one bill may be ingrafted on another.

158
one House may pass with blanks and be filled in the
other

161
on third reading, forms observed...

165, 166
on third reading, may be committed.

165
on third reading, amended by riders ..

166
on third reading, blanks filled..

166
preamble to be last considered

140
cannot be altered after passage.

166
at the close of session no new bill, unless sent from the
other House, to be brought in

134
to receive three readings, etc..

137
how brought in on notice and leave..

137
forms in introducing..

137
proceedings on second reading.

138
how and to whom committed..

138
shall be read twice before commitment..

138
not to be referred to avowed opponents

139
referred, may be delivered to any of the committee

139
amendments between the Houses, mode of proceeding.

174, 175
by whom to be taken from House to House

178
may be specially commended to notice of the other House.... 179
if one House neglects a bill, the other may remind of it.... 179
how to be enrolled, signed, and presented to the Presi-

180
not to be enrolled in paragraphs, but solidly

180
amendments to, cannot be receded from or insisted on by
the amending House with a further amendment ....

174
dangerous practice of passing bills before being en-
grossed ...

146
amendments to amendments between the Houses, how far
admissible...

175
amendment to an amendment of the other House takes
precedence of a motion to agree or disagree

175
proceedings upon, in Committee of the Whole, etc.

140-142
titles, when made...

171

dent.....

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171
171
171

174

172

Bills, reconsideration, when and how the question may be

moved.....
reconsideration, at what time to be moved
reconsideration, effect of a vote for....
either House may recede from its amendment and agree

to the bill
originating in one House, rejected in the other, may be

renewed in the rejecting House
expedients for remedying omissions in..
mode of proceeding when founded on facts requiring ex-

planation......
effect of a vote to insist or adhere
conferences must be asked by the House possessed of the

papers....
papers relating to, to be left with the conferences of the

House granting the conference ...
report to be made first in the House granting the confer-

173

173
174

176

176

ence.....

176

report cannot be amended or altered as the report of a
committee may be.....

176
cannot strike out at a conference anything in a bill
which has been agreed to by the two Houses

175
proceedings when disapproved

180
not returned in ten days to be laws, unless an adjourn-
ment intervene

180
Blanks, longest time, largest sum, first put

154, 160
bills may be passed with, and be filled in other House.... 161
may be filled in engrossed bills

166
construction of the rule for filling -

161
Breach of privilege, mode of proceeding on charge of.

113
case of the editor of the Aurora..

110
Bribery (Randall and Whitney's case), breach of privilege.

110
Business, order of, in Senate......

126
a settled order in its arrangement useful

126

C.

Call of the House, proceedings in case of
Challenge, breach of privilege..
Chairman of a committee is usually the first person named.

of Committee of the Whole may be elected..
Change of role, right to.....
Clerk puts questions before election of Speaker

to read standing
numbers the sections.

118
110
121
123
171
120
145
161

141

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Clerk may correct his errors in delivering messages.

179
Committees cannot inquire concerning their members.

122
must not sit when House is in session...

122
the person first named may act as chairman, but they
may elect a chairman....

121
manner of appointing the members and control over
them by the House..

138
manner of proceeding in....

139
cannot erase, interline, or blot a bill.....
cannot reconsider or alter their own votes.

141
how they report amendments .....

111
may be appointed to sit in the recess after adjourn-
ment

184
cannot receive a petition except through the House..

122
a member elect, though not returned, may be appointed
on (in Parliament)..

112
standing....

121
forms and proceedings in.

121, 122
joint, how they act.....

122
when notified that the House sitting they are bound
to attend....

122
who shall compose.

138
how appointed in Senate..

122
time and place of meeting, when and where they
please ...

139
should not be unfriendly to a subject referred to them. 139
when a member is hostile to a measure referred to the
committee, he should ask to be excused........

139
the child should not be put to a nurse that cares not
for it

139
majority of, to constitute a quorum..

139
they must act together and not by separate consulta-
tions

139
members of the House may be present at their sittings. 139
their power over a bill.

140
manner of reporting from a committee...

142
have entire control of a report recommitted.

142
dissolved by a report....

142
may be revived by a vote..

142
may be discharged from instructions.

172
when they may sit during recess.

184
effect of a reference to, when a bill has been amended
in Committee of the Whole......

144
Committee of the Whole, great matters usually referred to.

122
may elect their chairman..

123

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Committee of the Whole, Speaker, may resume chair if great disor-
der

123
manner of doing business in, in Senate... 143, 144
proceedings in....

139, 140
broken up in disorder...

123
cannot adjourn ...

124
report proceedings..

124
a bill amended in quasi Committee of the

Whole, may be referred to a special com-
mittee....

114
in which case the amendments made to it
fall .....

144
particulars which attach to...

144
Communications, confidential, to be kept secret..

185
Common fame a ground for proceeding.....

124
Conferences, common to have two, before vote to adhere.

176
must be asked by the house possessed of the papers. 176
cannot alter anything on which the Houses have

agreed.....
discussion of the nature and occasion of.

176
report of, cannot be amended or altered.

176
papers left with conferees of House granting....

176
report first made in the House granting the confer-

176
when, by which House, and what stages to be asked. 176
Co-existing questions discussed...

162
Counsel may be heard on private bills and law points...

125
Count of the House may be called (see Dirision of House)...

118
Covered, when members are not to be......

133

175

ence

D.

129

Debate, no one to speak impertinently, superfluously, or tediously. 130

not cut off till both sides of the question be put...... 164
forms and proprieties to be observed in.....

128-132
the Speaker not allowed to engage in, except on points of
order

129
if he rise to speak he must be first heard..
the Speaker may call a member by name for persistent
violations of order in.....

130
indecent language against the proceedings of the House
not to be used in.....

130
reviling, nipping, or unmannerly words against a mem-
ber not to be used in....

130
a member may speak at every reading of a bill....... 129

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Debate, where warm words or an assault has passed between mem-

bers they may be required to declare in their places not
to prosecute the quarrel.........

131
proceedings of the House not to be censured.

130
a member not to be called by his name in

130
personalities to be prohibited....

130
motives not to be arraigned..

130
violation of order in, to be suppressed by the Speaker.... 130
disorderly words not to be noticed until the member has
finished ....

131
disorderly words to be taken down immediately.....

131, 132
proceedings of the other House not to be noticed in...

132
speeches or votes in one House on the same subject not to
be noticed in the other .....

132
the Speaker to interfere promptly to arrest disrespectful
language toward the other House...

132
where the private interests of a member are concerned in
a question, he is to withdraw.

133
Decorum (see Debate)....

128-133
Defamatory publications breach of privilege...

110
Disorder in Committee of the IV hole, Speaker to resume chair if great. 123

members creating, proceedings in
cases of.....

130, 131
Disorderly words, how and when taken down....

132
Division of the House, practice in ascertaining

166-171
Division of questions, discussed.....

161. 162
Doors, rule respecting their being closed..

133
should not be shut, but be kept by persons appointed.. 133
Duel, challenge to, breach of privilege...

110

E..

114
115
128

128

Elections, time, place, and manner of holding.

of members to be judged by each House...
Engrossed bills not to be looked into while in Speaker's hands ....
Errors in a bill cannot be corrected in Committee of the Whole

without order of the committee.....
may be corrected by a clause in another bill, or by a new

bill....

Clerk may correct an error in delivering a message.
Equivalent questions discussed....
Execution of subsisting order. A member has a right to insist on the.

no debate or delay shall be had on the....

173
179
163
133
133

F.

Felony, mode of proceeding on charge of treason, breach of the

peace, or

113

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