Rules of Order Being a Canadian Manual on the Procedure at Meetings of Shareholders and Directors of Companies, Conventions, Societies and Public Assemblies Generally
McClelland & Stewart, 1924 - 208 страници
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Страница 40 - He shall preserve order and decorum ; may speak to points of order in preference to other members, rising from his seat for that purpose; and shall decide questions of order, subject to an appeal to the House by any two members — on which appeal no member shall speak more than once, unless by leave of the House.
Страница 54 - When the Speaker is putting a Question, no Member shall walk out of, or across the House, or make any noise or disturbance...
Страница 88 - Persons lawfully assembled may become an unlawful assembly if they conduct themselves with a common purpose in such a manner as would have made their assembling unlawful if they had assembled in that manner for that purpose.
Страница 88 - Assembly.—An unlawful assembly is an assembly of three or more persons who, with intent to carry out any common purpose, assemble in such a manner or so conduct themselves when assembled as to cause persons in the neighbourhood of such assembly to fear, on reasonable grounds, that the persons so assembled will disturb the peace tumultuously, or will by such assembly needlessly and without any reasonable occasion provoke other persons to disturb the peace tumultuously.
Страница 177 - The names, addresses and calling of all persons who are or have been directors of the company, with the several dates at which each became or ceaSed to be such director.
Страница 70 - ... be entered on the minutes of evidence, or on the minutes of the proceedings of the committee (as the case may be), and reported to the house on the report of such committee.
Страница 177 - All transfers of stock, in their order as presented to the company for entry, with the date and other particulars of each transfer, and the date of the entry thereof; and — 7.
Страница 139 - When a question is under debate, no motion shall be received but to adjourn; to lay on the table...