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Resolutions and motions-Continued.
30 Senator presenting, must indorse with his name Revision, standing committee on.
shall examine and correct bills referred to it.
be secured by special act or by enact
ment of general law.
rescinded without vote of majority of Sena-
notice in writing be given, except by unani-
applicable, except, etc.,
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S. Senate, call of, when may be ordered.
matters referred to committee of whole shall
constitute general orders in...
ing in secret session of.
vided in rules 1, 33 and 47..
alphabetically on minutes, if Senator requires,
when, shall go into executive session..
piring in executive session..
cepted to shall be taken in writing.
Senators and officers-Continued.
Rule Page. desiring to be excused from voting may state
18 each to be supplied daily with list of general orders
16 if out of order, shall not proceed without permission..
29 may appeal from President's decision on questions of order..
30 may not raise question of quorum oftener than once unless lack of, be disclosed on roll-call.. 33
29 may require motion to be in writing and read by Clerk before being debated.
26 motion to excuse from voting to be decided by count....
'18 must not read newspapers while Journal or public papers are being read.
17 must not pass between Senator speaking and chair..
17 must not walk out of or across chamber when President is putting question. :
17 not to be interrupted by question of lack of quorum...
29 presenting petitions must indorse same with brief statement of subject of contents..
17 presenting report of committee shall give state
ment of, with name of committee and Senator
17 refusing to respond to name at roll call, when
called upon by presiding officer, fact shall be
29 refusing to vote unless excused or interested in
pending or contemplated legislation, such re-
17 rising to debate or present paper, etc., shall ad
dress President and proceed no farther until
17 seats of, only to be occupied by Senator during session..
33 shall be present during sessions unless excused or necessarily prevented.
6 shall not interrupt business of Senate.
17 shall speak but twice on same subject on the same day without leave of Senate..
17 shall vote on each question, unless excused or
has direct personal or pecuniary interest
18 when called upon, unless excused, shall without debate declare assent or dissent to question.. 37
30 when called to order shall take his seat.
29 when he may have question in debate divided..
Rule. Senate bills, general, 300 extra copies of such as Clerk
may designate, shall be printed. Sergeant-at-arms, may be sent for absentees.
entitled to privileges of.
ing order on floor, in lobbies, etc.
retain place in general orders for another day. when under consideration shall take precedence
of special order for subsequent hour of same
day. Suspend rule of Senate, when in order.
7 Trade and manufactures, standing committee on...
Joint Rules of the Senate and Assembly.
Adopted January 26, 1909. Rule 1. It shall be in the power of either House to amend any amendment made by the other to any bill or resolution.
Rule 2. In every case of difference between the two Houses, upon any subject of legislation, either House may request a conference, and appoint a committee for that purpose, and the other shall also appoint a committee to confer. The committee shall meet at such hour and place as shall be appointed by the chairman of the committee on the part of the House requesting such conference. The committee shall report in writing, and shall be authorized to report such modifications or amendments as they think advisable. But no committee on conference shall consider or report on any matter except those directly at issue between the two Houses. The papers shall be left with the conferees of the House assenting to such conference, and they shall present the report of the committee to their House. When such House shall have acted thereon, it shall transmit the same, and the papers relating thereto, to the other, with a message certifying its action thereon. Every report of a committee of conference shall be read through, in each House, before a vote is taken on the same.
Rule 3. It shall be in order for either House to recede from any subject matter of difference existing between the two Houses at any time previous to conference, whether the papers on which such difference arose are before the House receding, formally or informally; and on such vote to recede the same number shall be required to constitute a quorum to act thereon, and to assent to such receding, as was required on the original question out of which the difference arose.
Rule 4. In case of a failure of the conferees to agree, a report of such disagreement may be made and a further conference may be had, either by the same or new committees appointed for such purpose. After each House shall have refused conference and shall have adhered to their disagreement, the bill which is the subject of difference shall be deemed lost, and shall not be again revived during the same session in either House.
Rule 5. All joint committees of the two Houses, and all committees of conference, shall consist of three Senators and five members of the Assembly, unless otherwise specially ordered by concurrent resolution, and in voting, all questions shall be determined by the vote of the committee of each House taken separately.