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Absentees, may be sent for.
not rendering sufficient excuse.
Adjournment, measure under consideration at, pend-
ing question when Senate reconvenes.
motion for, always in order, not debatable.
only one in order after close of debate..
shall not be reconsidered.
Admission to floor, Clerk shall designate reporters
Affairs of cities, standing committee on.
Affairs of villages, standing committee on.
Agriculture, standing committee on
Altering rule, motion to, not in order without unani-
mous consent unless one day's notice is
given in writing..
motion to suspend, alter, or rescind, when in
requires vote of majority elected.
Amendments, after close of debate vote shall be
taken with amendments pending..
all matter eliminated by, must be inclosed in
bill amended by eliminating proposed new
matter; such matter must be omitted in
bill not to be amended until twice read.
bill reported by committee of the whole may be,
before question to print or engross is put.
bill reported favorably for consideration, if
amended, shall be immediately reprinted...
motion to amend, order of precedence.
to amend bill reported by committee of the
whole, when in order.
to close debate, not amendable
only such in order as were offered and decided
in committee of the whole, except by unani-
report of committee of whole shall state whether
bill has been amended in said committee.
to Constitution, how treated...
Appeal, arising after motion to close debate, not debatable
decision of President on questions of order sub-
no second, to be determined until original is de-
of officers, other than notaries,
nominations sent by Governor for, to whom
Appropriations, bills appropriating money or prop-
erty, when may not be reconsidered.
Assembly, all bills amended by, and returned for
concurrence to rule 8 and second clause of
bills introduced by message from, to be referred
to standing or select committee.
bills recalled from Assembly or Governor may
be reconsidered at any time.
messages from, shall be received at any time.
resolution recalling bill or resolution from, re-
garded as privileged..
when Assembly bill may be substituted for
Attendance, call of Senate for securing, when in order..
members present may take measures to secure.. Ayes and noes not to be taken in committee of the whole.
to be taken on final passage of bill and entered
Banks, standing committee on..
Bills, after first and second reading, shall be referred
to standing or select committee, unless
all except those specified in rule 23, when lost,
may be reconsidered by vote of majority
amending existing laws, new matter must be
before the first day of March shall not be sent
from Senate on day of its final passage.
cannot be passed unless printed in final form
and on desks of Senators for three days, ex-
cept Governor sends emergency message.
Clerk shall see that all are acted upon in order
reported and stand upon calendar, unless
committed to committee of the whole, to be
read through by sections..
committee of the whole may strike out enacting
clause and report fact to the Senate.
considered for six hours, motion to close debate
on them in order.
daily calendar of, with printed copies, to be kept
on desks of Senators.
each shall receive three readings before, being
final passage of, appropriating money, etc, not
to be reconsidered i lost unless by ma-
question on, not debatable.
questior ca, must be taken immediately
after third reading of.
to be immediately certified to by President
and delivered to Clerk.
unless receiving number of votes required
declared lost, except as provided by rule
vote to be taken by ayes and noes and en-
tered on Journal.
if constitutional quorum is not present, etc., to
be laid on table and final question taken when
immediately on introduction must be printed
and placed on files of Senators.
in committee of the whole, calendar to be gone
through unless motion carried that
Clerk shall announce title with printed
if not moved loses preference for the
made special order for particular day
and not completed to retain place in
may be moved when reached by any
motion that committee, rise and re-
port progress on bill always in order,
but not debatable..
shall be announced in their regular
introduction of, by Senator, to be in du-
each shall be introduced by Senator in
his place, or on report of committee
or by message from Assembly.
second order of business.
to be by districts in their numerical
matter eliminated by amendments of,
must be inclosed in brackets.
merits of, may be debated when reported by
committee of the whole
motion to substitute Assembly for Senate
bil!, when in order..
to close debate on, if decided in
affirmative bill takes precedence over
all other business
may be ordered on single motion,
series of motions, amendments, etc..
may embrace all motions or amend-
ments and include bill, resolution, or
motion to its final passage or rejec-
motion not amendable or debatable
to be immediately put.
no bill shall be amended or committed until
no bill shall be ordered to third reading without
having been acted upon in committee of the
President shall give notice at each reading
whether it is first, second or third.
printed and engrossed, standing committee on.
private, how introduced..
recalled from Governor for amendment
amended by Assembly or conference com-
mittee, subject to rule 9 and second clause of
reconsideration of, not in order after bill has
gone out of possession of Senate.
all, except those specified in rule 23, when
lost, may be reconsidered by vote of ma-
referred to committee on revision, shall be exam-
ined and corrected.
rejection of, agreement to report of committee
of the whole to strike out enacting clause,
report of committee on, not considered or laid
on table, shall stand on general orders and be
entered on Journal.
report of the committee of the whole, when
agreed to, bill shall be ordered printed
and engrossed for third reading, unless
otherwise disposed of.
shall state whether bill has been
amended in said committee.
reported by committee of the whole, motion to
commit, recommit, amend, lay on table,
or postpone in order
and not otherwise disposed of question
shall be "Shall report be agreed to?"
reported by committee of the whole-Continued.
subject to debate and amendment be-
fore question to print or engross is
reported favorably or for consideration, if with
amendments, to be immediately reprinted...
requiring concurrence of two-thirds, such con-
currence requisite only on final passage.
shall be indorsed with statement of title and
name of Senator introducing..
shall be placed on files of President and Senators
in order of their numbers..
shall not be read third time out of its regular or-
der unless by vote of two-thirds present voting
shall retain original printed number when
reprinted, together with new number there-
to amend Constitution, after ordered to third
reading, no motion to amend in order,
without unanimous consent.
may be committed prior to final
to be reprinted when not complying with rule 22.
unless reported on by committee on printed and
engrossed bills, cannot be passed..
when amended by eliminating proposed new
matter such matter to be omitted in reprint..
when Assembly bill may be substituted for Sen-
when question, "Shall report of the committee
of the whole be agreed to?" is decided in the
negative, bill shall be deemed lost.
Blanks, motion relative to filling, vote on, how taken.
Books, persons taking from library responsible for
shall be kept in order by librarian.
taken and returned to be entered in book by li-
to be taken from library by President, Senators,
and clerks only.
Business, executive, President shall direct all except
members and officers to withdraw, during
proceedings upon, shall be kept in a Journal
separate from legislative.
Senate shall go into consideration of first
and third Wednesdays of each month of
session at noon.
none in order until Journal has been read and