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Conferences, when, by which House, and at what
stages to be asked

106
Congress, member of, no person holding office
under the United States, can be

45
cannot adjourn for more than three

days, except by joint vote.-See Ad-
journment.

107
Counsel may be heard on private bills
Count of the House may be called

46
D.
Debate, forms and proprieties to be observ-
ed in

56-7-8-9
the Speaker not allowed to engage in,
except on points of order

57
proceedings of the House not to be cen-
sured

58
personalities to be prohibited

58
motives not to be arraigned

58
violation of order in, to be suppressed by
the Speaker

58-9
disorderly words not to be noticed until
the member has finished

59
disorderly words, when taken down 60
proceedings of the other House not to be
noticed in

60
members concerned or implicated by the
subject of, ought to withdraw

61
,

61
Division (of the House) practice in ascertaining 96-101
Doors to be kept by porters

62
rule respecting their being closed

62
E.
Elections, time, place, and manner of holding 42
of members to be judged by each House 43

H.
House of Representatives.-See Representatives,
House, division of, how ascertain-
ed

96-101, 99-100-1

1.
Impeachment, to be made by the House of Re-

119
to be tried by the Senate

119

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Impeachment, who shall preside at

119
continued by an adjournment 116
extent of a judgment by

119
party convicted on, still liable to

trial and punishment, accord-
ing to law

119
officers convicted by, to be re-
moved

119
sketch of the law of Parliament,
respecting

111-123
Inquiry, or accusation, common fame a ground for 152

J.
Journal, shall be kept by each House

111
of each House to be published

111
shall show every vote

112
to contain a brief statement of every pe-
tition and paper, &c, presented

112
titles of bills and parts affected by amend-
ments, to be inserted on

112
what questions shall be entered on 112
a record, in law

112
subject to examination

113
Jury trial, secured in certain cases

119
L.
Legislative power, vested in Congress

35
Legislature, members of Nation, their compensa-
tion

35
National, powers of

35
M.
Majority decides
on general questions

99
Members and officers of one House not amenable
to the other

60-1
Messages, when received

108
forms in receiving

109
errors in their delivery may be corrected 109
bills not acted on, the subjects of

110
Motion, not to be put or debated antil seconded 64

to be reduced to writing if desired 64
to be read for information

64
to adjourn, not in order when a member
has the door

64
privileged, what shall be. -See Questions, 77

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Officers, of either House, forms of nomination or
election

47
of one House, not amenable to the other 60-1
Order, “instances make"

56
respecting paper.
-See Papers,

56
in debate. -See Debate.

56
questions of, may be adjourned

62
decision of Speaker on points of, may be
controlled

62
a member may insist on the execution of a
subsisting

62
question of, to supersede a question de-
pending

84
and Resolution, distinction between

65
of one House, requiring concurrence of the

other, (except for adjourn-
ment) to be presented for ap-

111
Orders of the day, how, and when to be called up 62-3

may be discharged at any time 62
of the House, determined with the session 63

P.
Papers and Journals, not to be removed from

Clerk's table
rules respecting their pre-
servation

56
reading of, how far they may be called for 76
referred, usually read by title

77
to be left with the conferees of the House
acceding to the conference asked

108
Parliament, each House of, may adjourn indepen-
dently of the other

113
Petition and remonstrance, distinction

63
to be presented by a member, &c.

63
the member presenting to state its contents 64

to be subscribed or written by petitioner 63
President of the Senate, provided by the Consti-

tution

47
may appoint chairman

47
pro tempore, to be chosen in the absence of
the Vice-President

47

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President, pro tem, at what time his office shall
determine

47
of the United States shall give information
to Congress

48
Privilege of Parliament has gradually increased 35-6
of member of Parliament

35-42
of Senators and Representatives

36-42
of Senators, constructive extent

37-42
of the two Houses, cases of alleged breach
of

38-39-40
of members commence by virtue of elec-
tion

40
of members must be ascertained at the peril
of the party violating

40
of members, the privilege of the House 40
a member violating, amenable only to the
House

41
is violated by not putting a question which
is in order

41
of one House in relation to the other, or in

relation to a co-ordinate branch of the
Government

42

Q.

83

Qualification of Senators

42
Questions, general rule for putting

77-94
the priority of certain, considered 77
privileged, what shall be

77 to 84
privileged, in filling blanks

87, 89
privileged, in reference to Committees
privileged, in amending amendment, and
to agree or disagree

106
privileged, motion to amend has pre-

cedence over motion to
strike out

83
of order, (incidental) how far it shall
supersede any other

83-4
previous, its intention and effect 84-5
previous, after being moved, can an

amendment to M. Q. be
proposed?

85-6
division of, by whom and how made 90
what are divisible

91

Questions, when divided, each point open to de-
bate and amendment

83
(co-existing,) what, suspends, and

what removes from the
House, an existing
question

92
equivalent, what is considered

93
determined by ayes and noes

99
to be resumed, in statu

quo,

when sus-
pended by the want of a quorum

101
Quorum, only shall do business

46
what number shall be a

46
how the attendance of may be com-
pelled

46
any member may desire a count, for the
purpose of ascertaining

46
not present, suspends the question 101

R.
Recommitment of a report, effect of

71
Reconsideration of bills, orders, instructions, &c. 101-2-3

of questions requiring two-thirds,

by whom may be moved 119
Remonstrance and Petition, distinction

63
Report of one House not to be read in the other 76-7
Representatives, House of, of whom composed 44

House of, shall choose their
Speaker and other officers

47
House of, powers of in relation to

its rules, and the conduct of

members
qualifications of

43-4-5
Representation and direct taxes, how apportioned 44

of each State, from 1787 to 1820 45
vacancies in, how supplied

45
Resolution, and Order, distinction

65
of one House to pay money, when not

in order

when to be presented for approval 111
Rules, an adherence to, important

34
and orders of each House, to what cases
they shall apply

62-3
Senate, of whom composed, and how classed 43

55

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