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RESOLUTIONS.

66. All resolutions, after they have been read twice shall be printed and lie over for one day, after which they may be called up under their appropriate order of business. This rule shall not apply to the following resolutions, viz :

Recalling Bills from the Governor.
Recalling Bills from one House to the other.
Requesting information from Heads of Departments.
Those emanating from the Committee on Rules.
Those relating to adjournment.
Those discharging Committees.
Those placing negative bills upon the calendar.

PINK BILLS, CALENDAR AND SUPPLEMENT. 67. All bills as soon as introduced shall be printed on pink papen for the use of Members, and shall be numbered consecutively. At the beginning of each day's session a calendar of bills shall be placed upon the desk of the Speaker, of each Member and of each Clerk. This calendar shall be printed on pink paper and shall show for each bill introduced, up to date, the number, title, name of Member Introducing the bill, the date of introduction and the committee to which each bill is referred. At the beginning of each week, a supplement printed on white paper, giring the number, status and last printer's number of each bill, shall be filed with this calendar.

DISPOSITION OF HOUSE BILLS ON POSTPONED CALENDAR. 68. That any House bill placed upon the postponed calendar not called up within five days on which the House is in session, after being placed upon said calendar, shall be dropped unless the time be extended by vote of the House upon motion for cause shown.

INDEX TO DECISIONS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRE-

SENTATIVES.

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ADJOURN: See also FINAL ADJOURNMENT; and ORDER OF BUSINESS.

Motion to, not in order, when previous question is sustained,
Motion to, not in order, when hour of adjournment is extended for a specific

business, until gone through with,
Not in order to entertain two consecutive motious to,
Motion to, in order immediately following a notion for recess,
Motion to, takes precedence over motion to adjourn to a stated time,
Extension of time for, requires suspension of the rules,
Motion to, not subject to amendment,
Motion to, not debatable,
Motion fixing time to, is debatable,
Fruin Wednesday until the following Monday, not in contravention of Con.

stitution,
ADJOURNMENT FINAL: Motion to amend resolution for, is in order,

Amendment to resolution fixing date of, in order,
Resolution fixing date of, inay be referred to any committee

of the House,
Date of, must be specific,
Constitution does not contemplate, House shall fix time of,

Substitute resolution for, not in order,
ADVERTISEMENT: See CONSTITUTION.
AMENDMENT: See also ADJOURN; FINAL ADJOURNMENT; BILLS; CONFERENCE

COMMITTEE; COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE; COMMITMENT AND
RECOBIMITUENT; CONSTITUTION; LAYING ON THE TABLE;
ORDER OF BUSINESS; RECONSIDERATION; RESOLUTIONS ; and
VOTERS.
Previous y refusing to consider, in order to renew motion so to do,
In second degree in order,
Limiting the operation of certain acts is unconstitutional,
Rendering bills unconstitutional, ont of order.
Delegating legislative powers to a third party is unconstitutional,
Made in Committee of the Whole, fail when leave to sit again is refused,
Changing original purpose of the bill not in order,
Striking out all after enacting cla use, and inserting a different bill,

not in order,
Not germane to the bill, out of order.
Bili on final passage can only be amended by reconsideration of third read-

ing vote,
Defeated, cannot be a ga in offered on same reading,
Defeated on second rearling. cannot be offered on third reading.
Similar to a defeated, but not to same section, is in order,
To Senate, amendments must be printed before Senate amendments

are concurred in,
Motion to concur in Senate, not in order after House has non-concurred,
Reconsideration of vote non-concurring in, not in order after five days,
Substitute bill, offered as, does not lle over for prititing,
Striking out a portion of bill, does not require reprinting of bill,
Manner of offering and adopting. where entire sections are stricken out,
Rejected, not in order to discuse,
Discussion of, on third reading, not in order until unanimous consent is

obtained,
Receding from non-concurrence in Senate, not in order after notice is

given to Senate,
Rereding from, requires a constitutional majority vote,
Withdrawn and presented at a later time, is in order,
Fixing salaries of state officers by appropriation is in order,

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BILLS:

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See also AMENDMENT; CALENDAR; COMMITTEE; CONFERENCE COM.

MITTEE; COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE; (OMATUENT AND RECOMMIT.
MENT: CONSTITUTION; LAYING ON THE TABLE; MEMBER: ORDER
OF BUSINESS: POSTI'ONEZENT; PREVIOUS QUESTION; RECONSIDER:
ATION; RESOLUTION; RULES ; SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS; and

VOTERS
Under control of Speaker while in the possession of the House,
Defeated in the House, not in order to consider similar one from the Senate.
Negatived by a committee, similar one cannot be introduced,
subject matter which is part of a bill negatired by a committee can be con-

sidered,
Printing of Senate, not a question for House to decide,
Senate, referred to committee and reported with amendments must be reprinted,
Not properly before the House until printed and on the files of the Members,
Not on file of members, does not prevent conduct of legislative business,
Day fixed for consideration of, cannot be called up prior to,
Not In order to consider Senate, when House, have been fixed as the order of

business,

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BILLS-Concluded.

General appropriation, has priority over all other business,
Appropriation, to University of Pennsylvania requires a two-thirds vote,
Appropriation, to private institutions, two-thirds vote on cach reading not nec-

essary,
Appropriation, to individual, two-thirds vote not required,
Adoption of one section containing several articles, not sufficient to pass the bill,

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CALENDAR: See also CONSTITUTION; POSTPONEMENT; RECONSIDERATION;

RESOLUTION; and RULES.
Proceedings placing bill upon, regular,
Bill carrying an appropriation is properly on appropriation,
Bill out of place on, cannot be considered,
Bills must be considered in committee before appearing on,
Bills on second reading must be called up from, before action can be taken,
Motion to strike bills from, without having been cailed up, is not in order,

Motion to drop bills from, must be in writing,
CALL OF THE HOUSE: When quoruin present, Speaker to order vote to be again taken,

Members actually present will be rerorded as being present

whether voting or not,
COMMITTEE: See also BILLS, CALENDAR: CONFÉRENCE COMMITTEE; COMMITTEE

OF THE WHOLE; COMMITMENT AND RECOMMITMENT; DIV-
ISIBLE QUESTIONS; MEMBERS: POSTPONEMENT; RESOLUTION

RULES; and SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS.
Select, appointed by House, must report to House,
Select, in order to instruct to report at a specified time,
Select, having been ordered by joint resolution to report within three days

of final adjournment, House cannot extend time,
Select, has right to proceed after final adjournment, ir instructed by the

House,
On rules, can designate bills as special orders of business,
Standing, power of, over bills,
To report bills from, when not the order of business, a suspension of the

rules is necessary,
Report from, cannot be assumed,
Objection to a report of, must be made at the proper time,
Proceedings of, not to be divulged on the floor of the House by Members,
Has right to reverse its original recommendation,
Not permitted to sit (without leave) during session of the House,
Motion to discharge, not in order until bill has been in its possession for

ten days,
Bill reported by, not competent for Chair to go behind records concerning

action,

Irregularly considered by, no cause for rejection,
COMMITTEE OF CONFERENCE: Report of, is subject to amendment,

Motion to discharge, and recede, not in order,
Discharge of, must be by concurrent resolution,
Minority of, cannot report reason for dissent,
Members of, may give reasons for arriving at report,
Report of, must be printed before action,
Cannot be appointed until Senate has been notified of

the non-concurrence of the House,
Motion to appoint, cannot include instructions not to

agree to matters in dispute,
House can instruct its own conferees,
Not in order for å standing committee to act as a,

Failure of, to agree does not defeat bill,
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE: See also AMENDMENT; and PREVIOUS QUESTION

Report of, embracing subjects not appertaining to bill,

out of order,
Reconsideration of vote, refusing leave to sit again

not in order,
Cannot sit at time fixed for special order,
Amendments made in, fall when committee reports pro-

gress and leave to sit again is refused,
Special amendment offered in, can be amended,
Motion

into, is debatable,
Motion to go into, immediately following, defeat of like

motion, not in order,
Motion to go into, is privileged motion,
Motion to go into, not in order after bill has been agreed

to third reading,
Motion to go into, after being dispensed with on second

reading not in order,
COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES: Resolution naming, not in order until House is organized,
COMMITMENT AND RECOMMITMENT: See also POSTPONEMENT ; and RECONSIDER

ATION. Motion for, not in order when te

ports from committees are being made,
Motion for, with instructions to change charac-

ter of bill, not in order,
To another committee, when motion for, is in

order,
Motion for, not in order until bill is before the

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COMMITMENT AND RECOMMITMENT---Concluded.

Motion for, is in order, when bill is before the

House,
Motion for, not in order until vote on third

reading is considered,
Motion for, not in order until bill is on file,
Motion for, not in order, until bill has been

read for the first time,
Motion for,

precludes amendment,
CONSTITUTION: See also ADJOURN; FINAL ADJOURNMENT; AMENDMENT; and

BILLS. Advertisement of notice of local or special bills must be

published, as required by,
Proof of publication of advertisement, must be exhibited, as required by,
Seal of court not necessary to verify signature to affidavit of publication

of advertisement,
Bill amending local laws, is in violation of,
Amendments to, proposed by one legislature, not subject to amendment

by succeeding,
Proposing amendments
Requires that Bill must recite acts proposed to revise or amend under

provisions of,
To repeal a law by title is a Constitutional Act,
Special or local laws in violation of Art. III, Sec. 7 of,
Bill repealing local and enacting general laws, not in violation of,
Bill regulating trade, labor, et cetera, is in violation of,
Bill regulating railroad rates is not in violation of,
Bill exempting private property from taxation is in violation of,
Right of eminent domain granted only to public or quasi public cor-

porations, under provisions of,
Bill exempting private property from taxation is in violation of,
Bill unconstitutional, House competent to amend making it constitutional,
Bill providing for the settlement of private claims, is in violation of,
Bill to prevent grade crossings in cities, not in violation of,
Bill prescriting new duties for public officers of a single county, is in

violation of,
Bill regulating duties of judges, is not in violation of,
Legal classification of cities, necessary to legislate for, under pro.

vision of,
Legislature has no power of referendum, except on amendments to,
Delegating legislative powers to people is in violation of,
Right of jury trial not limited under provisions of bill, therefore is not

in violation of,
Payment of expenses incurred by Members for extra services not in

violation of
Bill to pension individuals for military service not contrary to,
Providing for centennial buildings, is constitutional,

Motion to strike bills from the calendar, not in violation of,
CONTESTED ELECTION : What regarded as certificate of election by the House, in

case of,
The sitting member is entitled to vote during contest,

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DEBATE: See ADJOURN; AMENDMENT; COMMITTEE; LAYING ON THE TABLE ;

MEMBER; POINTS OF ORDER; POSTPONEMENT; and PREVIOUS

QUESTION
DIVISIBLE QUESTIONS : When not divisible,

Division of. call for is in order, before or after main

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Adopting a report from Committee on Rules, nota,

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LAYING ON THE TABLE: of motion to refer, does not carry bill or amendments with it,

To consider resolution placed on the table, motion must be

made to take it from the table,
Motion to lay on the table is not debatable,

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M.
See also BiLLS: CALL OF THE HOUSE: COMMITTEE; CONFERENCE
COMMITTEE; COMMITMENT AND RECOMMITMENT; CONSTITUTION;
CONTESTED ELECTION; POINTS OF ORDER; PREVIOUS QUESTION;
RECONSIDERATION; and VOTE.
Expulsion of, in order to reconsider vote for,
Under arrest for contempt of the House, nothing in order until purged,
Not permitted to make personal reflections during debate,
Of a previous session, not to be named by a committee when referring to

a report presented by him for a committee,
Not permitted to speak more than twire on the same subject without consent

of the House,
Privileged to speak only when at his seat,
Can vote on bills in which personally interested, if the fact is not

disclosed,

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ORDAR OF BUSINESS: See also COMMITTEE; MEMBER; and POSTPONEMENT.

Special, takes precedence until disposed of,
Objections to, must be made before decision is given to proceed

with,
An amendment fixing a special order, to a resolution providing

general, not gerinane,
Bill under consideration at time of last adjournment, no quorum

being present, it is not the first order of business at the

next session.
ORDERS OF THE DAY: Suspension of, at morning session, controls the proceedings of

succeeding sessions of the day,
Call for, must be at the exact time fixed for,
Must be called for at the exact moment for which they are fired,
Must be called for at the exact time for which they are fixed.

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POINTS OF ORDER : Question for the Speaker to decide and not the House, unless sub-

mitted to it,

Members may state reasons for raising,
POSTPONEMENT: See aiso RECONSIDERATION; and VETO MESSAGE.

Bill properly on regular and not on calendar of postponed bills when

re-reported by committee,
Bill not on calendar, motion for is not in order,
Motion to postpone is not debatable,
Motion to postpone precludes a motion for commitment.
Bills on postponed calendar must be called up under their regular

order of business,
PREVIOUS QUESTION: See also ADJOURN; and ROLL CALL;

Call for, is in order during pendency of an appeal,
Call for, while a member is addressing the House, is in order,
When exhausted,
Main question precludes all other questions, when previous

question is called and sustained,
When, moved on third reading of a bill, the final passage of same

is a part of the main question,

Cuts off motion to go into the Committee of the whole,
PRINTING: See AMENDMENT; BILLS: COMMITTEE CONFERENCE;

and
RESOLUTION.

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QUORUM: See also CALL OF THE HOUSE; and ORDER OF BUSINESS.

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RECESS: See ADJOURN.,
RECONSIDERATION : See also AMENDMENT: COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE; MEM-

BER and RESOLUTION.
Adoption of resolution to proceed to, at certain time, in order,
Bills twice negatired, a motion for, not again in order,
of defeated House bill not on the calendar, in order,
Bill negatived, on final passage, only those who voted in the

negative competent to move for,
Members voting in minority competent to move for, when yeas a.id

nays are not called,
When yea and nay vote is not taken any member may move for,
Motion for, must be made by members voting in the majority,
Members making motion for, must have been present and voted,
Of bill by the Senate after being in possession of the House, not

in order,
After bill has passed House and is messaged to Senate, motion

for, not in order,
Motion to indefinitely postpone motion for, in order,
Of vote on indefinite postponement of motion to reconsider, not

in order,
Of vote defeating bill, may be made within five days of actual

session,
Motion for, in order until defeated,
Motion for, having once been defeated not again in order,
Brings bill before the House as it was originally,
Motion for, of vote recommitting bill a privileged question,
Motion for, is privileged within five days,

Or amendments to bill, when motion for, is in order,
RESOLUTION : See also FINAL ADJOURNJIENT; COMMITTEE: CONFERENCE COM-

MITTEE; COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES; LAYING ON THE TABLE;
ORDER OF BUSINESS; and RECONSIDERATION.
Placing bill not reported from committee on calendar not in order,
Laid upon the table by a majority vote of the House, cannot be taken

from the table except by a majority vote,
Act of Assembly cannot be repealed by,
Act of Assembly cannot be amended by concurrent,
Not concerning the House is out of order,
Requesting information from a department does not require unanimous

consent for its consideration,

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