Precedents: Decisions on Points of Order with Phraseology in the United States Senate from the First Congress to End of the Sixtieth Congress--1789-1909
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1909 - 581 pages
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Page 58 - ... to be expended as the state or territorial legislature may prescribe for the benefit of the public schools and public roads of the county or counties in which the forest reserve is situated...
Page 421 - Speaker as often as any member desires it for his information. 2 Hats , 82. [The rule of the Senate is, when a motion shall be made and seconded, it shall be reduced to writing, if desired by the President or any member, delivered in at the table, and read by the President, before the same shall be debated.
Page 373 - Resolved, That the President, in the late Executive proceedings in relation to the public revenue, has assumed upon himself authority and power not conferred by the Constitution and laws, but in derogation of both.
Page 209 - After a free conference the usage Is to proceed with free conferences, and not to return again to a conference. (3 Hats., 270; 9 Grey, 229.) After a conference denied, a free conference may be asked. (1 Grey. 45.) When a conference Is asked the subject of it must be expressed, or the conference not agreed to.
Page 507 - A; and said tellers, having then read the same in the presence and hearing of the two Houses, shall make a list of the votes as they shall appear from the said certificates; and the votes having been ascertained and counted in the manner and according to the rules in this act provided, the result of the same shall be delivered to the President of the Senate...
Page 454 - When a member shall be called to order, he shall sit down until the President shall have determined whether he is in order or not ; and every question of order shall be decided by the President, subject to an appeal to the Senate...
Page 152 - Whether it shall be engrossed and read a third time ?" and no amendment shall be received for discussion at the third reading of any bill, resolution, amendment, or motion, unless by unanimous consent of the members present...
Page 449 - ORDER. 1 . A question of order may be raised at any stage of the proceedings, except when the Senate is dividing, and, unless submitted to the Senate, shall be decided by the Presiding Officer without debate, subject to an appeal to the Senate. When an appeal is taken, any subsequent question of order which may arise before the decision of such appeal shall be decided by the Presiding Officer without debate...
Page 208 - Grey, 255.) At free conferences the managers discuss, viva voce and freely, and interchange propositions for such modifications as may be made in a parliamentary way, and may bring the sense of the two Houses together. And each party reports in writing to their respective Houses the substance of what is said on both sides, and it is entered in their journals. (9 Grey, 220; 3 Hats., 280.) This report can not be amended or altered, as that of a committee may be.