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County of Cortland, Jacob IIces Samuel Nelson
William I. Dodge County of Delaware. Alexander Sheldon Erastus Root
County of New York,
Jacobus Dyckman County of Essex, Henry Wheaton Reuben Sanford
James Fairlie County of Gencssee, John L. Lawrence David Burrows
Jacob Radcliff John Z. Ross
County of Oncida,
Nathan Williams County of Herkimer, Samuel S. Breese Richard Van Horne
County of Onondaga, Sanders Lansing
Victory Birdseye Sherman Wooster
Parley E. Home County of Jefferson, Amazi Case Egbert Ten Eyck
County of Ontario,
Joshua Van Fleet
County of Orange,
John Hallock, jr.
County of Otsego,
Niartin Van Buren County of Montgomery, Joseph Clyde Philip Rhinelander, jr.
County of Putnam,
Jonas Seely Joel Frost
County of St. Lawrence: County of Queens, Jacob Fenton Rufus King
County of Suffolk, Elbert H. Jones
Ebenezer Sage Nathaniel Seaman
Usher H. Moore County of Rensselaer, Joshua Smith James L. Hogeboom County of Tioga, John W. Woods
Matthew Carpenter David Buel, jr.
County of Tompkins, John Reeve
Richard Smith Jirah Baker
Ricliard Townley County of Richmond, Counties of Ulster and Sula Daniel D. Tompkins
livan, County of Rockland, Henry Jansen Samuel G. Verbryck
James Hunter County of Saratoga, Jonathan Dubois Salmon Child
Daniel Clark John Cramer
Counties of Washington aud Samuel Young
Warren, Jeremy Rockwell
Nathaniel Pitcher County of Schenectady, Melancton Wheeler John Sanders
Alexander Livingston Henry Yates, jr.
William Townsend County of Schoharie, John Richards Jacob Sutherland
County of Westchester, Olney Briggs
Peter A. Jay Asa Starkweather
Jonathan Ward County of Seneca, Peter Jay Munro Robert S. Rose
STATE OF NEW-YORK.
1st. The President having taken the chair, at the hour to which the Senate sliall have been adjourned, and
quorum being present, the journal of the preceding day shall be read, to the end that any mistake therein may be corrected.
2d. No member shall speak to another, or otherwise interrupt the business of the senate, or read any newspaper while the journals or public papers are reading; and when the president is putting a question, no senator shall walk out or across the house, nor when a senator is speaking, pass between him and the chair.
3d. The president shall have the right to name any member to perform the duties of the chair, who is hereby vested, during such time, with all the powers of the president; but such substitute shall not lose the right of voting on any question while so presiding.
4th. Every member when he speaks shall address the chair, standing in his place: no member shall speak more than twice in any one debate on the same day, without leave of the senate.
5th. When two or more members rise at once, the president shall name the member who is first to speak.
6th. No motion shall be debated until the same be seconded; and it shall be reduced to writing, if desired by the president or any member, delivered in at the table, and read by the president or clerk, before the same shall be debated; but it may be withdrawn at any time before decision or amendment.
7th. While a question is before the senate, no motion shall be received unless for an amendment, for postponing it, to commit it, or to adjourn; and a motion for adjournment shall always be in order, and shall be decided without debate.
8th. If the question in debate contain several points, any member may have the same divided.
9th. A motion for commitment, until it is decided, shall preclude all amendments of the main proposition.
10th. Every bill shall be introduced by motion for leave, or by order of the senate on the report of a committee; and one day's notice at least shall be given of an intended motion for leave to bring in a bill.
11th. Every bill shall receive three readings previous to its being passed, and the President shall give notice at each, whether it be the first, second, or third; which readings shall be on three different days, unless the Senate unanimously direct otherwise. No bill shall be amended or committed until it shall have been twice read; and all resolutions to which a concurrence of the House of Assembly is requisite, shall be treated in the form of proceedings on them in a similar manner with bills, except that it shall not be necessary to commit such resolutions to a committee of the whole.
12th. Upon à division in the Senate, the names of those who vote for or against a question shall be entered alphabetically on the minutes, if two members require it; and each member called upon, unless for special reasons he be excused by the Senate, shall declare, openly and without debate, his assent or dissent to the question.
13th. The President shall appoint all ordinary committees, who shall consist of three members, unless a different number shall be directed by the Senate.
14th. In forming a committee of the whole senate, a chairman, to be named by the President, shall preside.
15th. The rules of the senate shall be observed in the comunittee of the whole, so far as they may be applicable, except limiting the number of times of speaking, and except that the ayes and noes shall not be taken.
16th. A motion that the committee rise, shall always be in order, and shall be decided without debate.
17th. No amendment shall be received for discussion at the third reading of any bill, resolution, or amendment to the constitution, unless by unanimous consent; but it shall at all times be in order before the final passage of any bill, resolution or constitutional amendment, to move its commitment or its recommitment.
18th. When a member shall be called to order, he shall sit down until the president shall have determined whether he is in order or not; and every question of order shall be decided by the president, subject to an appeal to the senate by any two members, and if a member be called to order for words spoken, the exceptionable words shall be immediately taken down in writing, that the president or the senate may be better enabled to judge of the matter.
19th. When a blank is to be filled, and different sums or times shall be proposed, the question shall be first taken on the highest sum and the longest time.
20th. No member shall absent himself from the service of the senate, without leave first obtained; and in case a less number than a quorum of the senate shall convene, they are hereby authorised to send the sergeant at arms, or any other person, for any or all absent members, as the majority of such persons present shall agree.
21st. Before any petition or memorial addressed to the senate shall be received or read, a brief statement of the contents thereof, shall be endorsed on the same, with the name of the member introducing it.
22d. When a question has been once put and decided, it shall be in order for any member to move for the reconsideration thereof; but no motion for the reconsideration of any vote shall be in order, after the bill, resolution, message, report, amendment, or motion, upon which the vote was taken, shall have gone out of the possession of the senate, nor after the usual message shall have been sent from the senate, announcing its decision; nor shall
motion for reconsideration be in order, unless made on the same day in which the vote was taken, or within the three next days of the actual session of the senate thereafter; nor shall any question be reconsidered more than once; and the vote on the final passage of any bill appropriating the public monies, or property, or creating, continuing, altering, or renewing any body politic or corporate, shall not, in any case, be reconsidered.
23d. The following standing committees, to consist of three members each, shall be appointed by the president, at the commencement of each session :- 1st, on claims; 2d, on finance; 3d, on the judiciary ; 4th, on the militia ;