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" To lay on the table. To postpone indefinitely. To postpone to a day certain. To commit. To amend. Which several motions shall have precedence as they stand arranged; and the motions relating to adjournment, to take a recess... "
Journal of the Senate of the State of Vermont - Page 21
by Vermont. General Assembly. Senate - 1907
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Senate Manual, Containing the Standing Rules and Orders of the United States ...

United States. Congress. Senate - 1905 - 583 pages
...shall not be Withdrawn without leave. [Jefferson's Manual, Sec. XX. RULE XXII. PRECEDENCE OF MOTIONS. When a question is pending, no motion shall be received but— To adjourn to a day certain, or that when the Senate adjourn it shall be to a day certain. To take a recess. To proceed...
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New American Supplement to the New Werner Twentieth Century ..., Volume 2

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1905
...cannot be again resumed except by a direct vote of the Senate. The precedence of motions is as follows: To adjourn, to adjourn to a day certain, or that when the Senate adjourns it be to a day certain, to take a recess, to proceed to the consideration, of executive business,...
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The New Werner Twentieth Century Edition of the Encyclopaedia ..., Volume 26

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1905
...cannot be again resumed except by a direct vote of the Senate. The precedence of motions is as follows: To adjourn, to adjourn to a day certain, or that when the Senate adjourns it be to a day certain, to take a recess, to proceed to the consideration of executive business,...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1906
...several motions si tall have precedence as they stand arranged; and the motion* relating to adjournment, to take a recess, to proceed to the consideration of executive business, to lay on the tal)le, sJiall he decided without debate. Rule IX. Immediately after the consideration of cases not...
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The Knights of the Holy Grail: A Solution of the Boy Problem

Perry Edwards Powell - Boys - 1906 - 143 pages
...yeas and nays, except a motion to reconsider, which shall not be withdrawn without leave. RULE XVIII. When a question is pending, no motion shall be received but — To adjourn. To proceed to the consideration of executive business. To lay on the table. To postpone indefinitely....
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Manual of the Senate and House of Delegates

Virginia. General Assembly - Virginia - 1906
...preclude neither amendment nor a motion to insert, nor a motion to strike out and insert. 47. vVhen a question is pending, no motion shall be received but to adjourn, to pass by, for the pending question, for the previous question, to lie on the table, to postpone indefinitely,...
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Precedents: Decisions on Points of Order with Phraseology in the United ...

United States. Congress. Senate - 1909 - 581 pages
...several motions shall have precedence as they stand arranged ; and the motions relating to adjournment, to take a recess, to proceed to the consideration of executive business, to lay on the table, shall be decided without debate/1 (Jefferson's Manual, Sec. XXXIII.) Clause 1 of Rule XXVI reads: "...
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The Oklahoma Red Book, Volume 2

Oklahoma (Ter) Legislative Assembly. Council - 1912
...motions shall have precedence as they stand arranged; and the motions relating to adjournment, to take recess, to proceed to the consideration of executive business, to lay on the table, shall be decided without debate. — Jefferson's Manual, Sec. 33. CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES. RULE 24....
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Alabama Official and Statistical Register

Alabama. Department of Archives and History - Alabama - 1912
...delivered at the table, and read, before the same shall be debated. 9. When a qnestion is under debate, no motion shall be received but: To adjourn ; To adjourn to a certain day ; To postpone indefinitely ; To lay on the table; To postpone to a certain day : To commit,...
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Senate Manual: Containing the Standing Rules and Orders of the United States ...

1913 - 636 pages
...several motions shall have precedence as they stand arranged; and the motions relating to adjournment, to take a recess, to proceed to the consideration of executive business, to lay on the table, shall be decided without debate. [Jeffersonis Manual, Sec. XXXIII. RULE XXIII. PREAMBLES. When a bill...
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