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order of the Senate for that purpose.—27 January, 1792; 27 March, 1818; 5 January, 1829; 6 April, 1867.
44. When an amendment to be proposed to the Constitution is under consideration, the concurrence of two-thirds of the mem. bers present shall not be requisite to decide any question for amendments, or extending to the merits, being short of the final question.—26 March, 1806.
45. When any question may have been decided by the Senate, in which two-thirds of the members present are necessary to carry the affirmative, any member who votes on that side which prevailed in the question may be at liberty to move for a reconsideration; and a motion for reconsideration shall be decided by a majority of votes.—3 February, 1801.
46. Messages shall be sent to the House of Representatives by the Secretary, who shall previously endorse the final determination of the Senate thereon.—26 March, 1806.
47. Messengers are introduced in any state of business, except while a question is putting, while the yeas and nays are calling, or while the ballots are counting.–26 March, 1806.
48. No person shall be admitted to the floor of the Senate, while in session, except as follows, viz.: The officers of the Senate, members of the House of Representatives and their Clerk, the President of the United States and his private secretary, the heads of departments, foreign ministers, ex-Presidents
<-Vice-Presidents of the United States, ex-senators, senators elect, judges of the Supreme Court, and governors of States and Territories.-17 March, 1853; 23 January, 1854; 24 January, 1854; 6 March, 1856; 11 January, 1859; 7 February, 1862.
49. The presiding officer of the Senate shall have the regulation of such parts of the Capitol, and of its passages, as are or may be set apart for the use of the Senate and its officers.—22 January, 1824; 14 February, 1828.
50. Whenever a claim is presented to the Senate and referred to a committee, and the committee report that the claim ought not to be allowed, and the report be adopted by the Senate, it
shall not be in order to move to take the papers from the files for the purpose of referring them at a subsequent session, unless the claimant shall present a memorial for that purpose, stating in what respect the committee have erred in their report, or that new evidence has been discovered since the report, and setting forth the new evidence, in the memorial : Provided, That this rule shall not extend to any case where an adverse report, not in writing, shall have been made prior to the 25th day of January, 1842.-25 January, 1842; 21 December, 1842.
51. Any officer or member of the Senate convicted of disclosing for publication any written or printed matter, directed by the Senate to be held in confidence, shall be liable, if an officer, to dismissal from the service of the Senate, and in the case of a member, to suffer expulsion from the body.-10 May, 1844.
52. The oath or affirmation prescribed by act of Congress of July 2, 1862, to be taken and subscribed before entering upon the duties of office, shall be taken and subscribed by every senator in open Senate, before entering upon his duties. It shall also be taken and subscribed in the same way by the Secretary of the Senate, but the other officers of the Senate may take and subscribe it in the office of the Secretary.—25 January, 1864.
INDEX TO RULES OF SENATE.
may be taken from decision of Chair, 6.
not in order after tbird reading of 29.
proposed to Constitution, 44.
may be committed, 29.
notice for leave to bring in, 25.
title of, when inserted on Journal, 32.
unfinished, preference of, 15.
proceedings upon Executive, 41.
members to be called alphabetically, 16.
classification, and duties of, 34,
when papers referred to may be taken from files, 50.
by Chief Executive, 39.
to address the Chair in, 3.
violating rules of, 6.
to adjourn, 11.
who may be admitted to, 48.
when shall be read, 1.
wbat shall be entered on, 33.
not to absent themselves without leave, 8.
liable to dismissal, 51.
how sent, 46.
when may be received, 47.
not debatable until seconded, 9.
how decided, 45.
to suspend 16th and 17th Joint Rules, how considered, 26.
consideration of, 37.
when to be returned to Executive, 43.
when liable to dismissal, 51.
oath of office of, 52.
question of, to be decided without debate, 6.
ORDER OF BUSINESS, 24.
to have supervision of chamber and compartments, 49.
position and duties of, when Chief Executive attends, 37:
how kept, 42.
when furnished Executive, 43.
who may move reconsideration of, 20.
longest time and largest sum first put, 13.
less than, may send for absent members, 8.
when objected to, 14.
when considered in Committee of Whole, 28.
what, considered in similar manner as bills, 26.
yields to unfinished business, 15.
precedence of, 31.
how considered, 38.
returned to Executive, 43.
when member not allowed to, 17.
may be called on demand of one-fifth, 16.