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QUESTIONS to be propounded in the order in which they are
moved - - - - - - - -
" how compelled in Committee of the Whole
READING A PAPER, if objected to, rule respecting the • .
6 of motions to be at the pleasure of the House -
only one at a time - - • . . .
table one day before acting on, &c. - - -
one day · · · · ·
bation, shall be signed and presented as in cases
of bills (see Bills) (joint rule) - - - -
given (joint rule) - - - - -
of the session (joint rule)
on the state of the Union - - - - - -
Committee of the Whole · · · · · ·
" Sergeant-at-arms sworn to -
messages to and from (joint rules) - -
fees of the . • • ...
to be sworn to secrecy
to have preference in speaking to order
in Committee - - - - 134, 32
person to pass between the chair and the member
who is - - - - - - - -
37, 38, 134
further regulations for
« only to be permitted on Monday - -
Vote, may be taken on each item of appropriation - - - 151
to be given viva voce • • • • • •
s who are to be excluded from .
the Speaker . . . . . . . .
“ rule for compensating - - - -
YEAS AND Nars, when calling, no one to go near the table -
" " to be taken alphabetically - - --
Rule 1, H. Reps.
Rule 1. The President having taken the chair, and a || quorum being present, the Journal of the preceding day shall be read, to the end that any mistake may be corrected that shall be made in the entries.
R. 2. No member shall speak to another, or otherwise | Rule interrupt the business of the Senate, or read any news- | paper, while the Journals or public papers are reading, or when any member is speaking in any debate.
R. 3. Every member, when he speaks, shall address Rule 31, the Chair, standing in his place; and, when he has finlished, shall sit down..
R. 4. No member shall speak more than twice, in any | Rule 34 one debate, on the same day, without leave of the || H. Reps. Senate.
R. 5. When two members rise at the same time, the Rule 33 President shall name the person to speak; but in all || cases the member who shall first rise and address the Chair shall speak first.
R. 6. When a member shall be called to order by the President, or a Senator, he shall sit down; and every || H. Reps question of order shall be decided by the President, with