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Bitto, when sent from one House to the other, to be accompanied by the
papers on which they are founded (joint rule) ..

14 107
not to be sent from one Hoise to the other for concurrence on the
last three days of the session (joint rule)

16 157
not to be presented to the President on the last day of a session
(joint rule).

17 161
joint rule relative to printing of

18 167
Blanks, rule respecting the filling of

........... 122160
Blank ballots, not to be counted

8 136
Business, unfinished at first to be resumed at second session of Congress 17 138
daily order of ....

20, 22, 23, 24, 139-40
order of, changed or postponed

127 171
no debate on priority of ...

107 158
Business on the table, when to be taken up and disposed of .

20 139
Business on the Speaker's table, mode of disposing of

24 140
list to be made of..

135 162
private to have preference on Fridays and Saturdays .

26 141
to be called over on the first and fourth Fridays in

every month, and preference given to matters not
objected to

27 141

................

Calls on Departments for information, rule relating to

55 146
Call of the House, names called alphabetically.

58 147
rules relative to a .......

45, 57, 58, 144-47
Capitol, unappropriated rooms in

138 162
no spirits to be brought within or about, (joint rule)

19 167
Chair, Speaker may substitute a member to take the

6 136
Clerk to cause resolutions to be delivered to the President, &c. .

56 146
to take an oath to act faithfully, and tenure of appointment, &c. 18 138
to make a list of reports to be made by public officers to Congress 103 157
to forward the Journals to the Governors of the States

104 157
to make weekly a list of business on Speaker's table

135 162
to cause Jou-nal to be completed and distributed

132 161
to furnish members with bound documents .........

134 162
to cause tne laws to be indexed...........

136 162
to note questions of order

105 157
to av.cst legal acts signed by the Speaker.

12 137
to retain certain books in the office library

133 161
to provide for the care and preservation of the public stable 137 162
Clerks to Committees, House must order employment of .

140 162
ommit ur amend, order of motions to .......

41 143
Committees, how to be appointed ...

7 136
order in which they shall be callea for reports

22 139
a member may, in a certain case, be excused from serving
on

59 147
precedence of, in motions for reference

42 ta
appointment of stending

7i 149

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Commits a, duties of, viz: of Elections ......

72 149
of Ways and Means ................. 73, 74 150-5)
of Claiins

77 151
on Commerce

78 151
on Public Lands

79 152
on the Post Office and Post Roads

80 153
for the District of Columbia

81 152
on the Judiciary.

82 152
on Revolutionary Claims..

83 152
on Public Expenditures

84 153
on Private Land Claims.

85 153
on Military Affairs

86 153
on the Militia .........

87 153
on Naval Affairs

88 153
on Foreign Affairs .....

89 154
on the Territories

90 154
on Revolutionary Pensions

91 154
on Invalid Pensions ......................

92 154
on Roads and Canals
.....................

93 154
on Patents ..................

94 154
on Public Buildings ....

95 155
on Revisal and Unfinished Business

96 155
of Accounts .......................

97 155
on Mileage

98 155
Committees on Expenditures, appointment and duties of the six .. 99, 100 155-56
Committees, Standing, may report by bill

101 157
not to sit during session of House

102 157
not to employ clerks ...

140 162
Committee of the Whole on the Union, a standing order of the day. .. 117 159
Committee of the whole, how formed ......

118 159
how to proceed in cases of bills

119 159
how to report amendments to original motions. 120 160
how to report amendments to a report

121 160
rules of the House to be observed in ...

126 160
must first entertain all motions for laying or
increasing taxes .....

123, 124 100
appropriations must be first discussed in.. 125 160
Committee Clerks, House to order employment of ...

140 162
Committee on Enrolled Bills, appointment and duties of, (joint rule)... 7 166
to report at any time .....

128 161
Commitment of motions and reports to be at the pleasure of the House . 49 145

when different committees are proposed, their order ...... 42 144
Conference on disagreeing votes of the two Houses, rule respecting,
(joint rule)....

1 16
Confidential communications or proceedings, rules upon

106 15.
Sergeant-at-arms sworn to secrecy....

67 148
Doorkeeper sworn to secrecy

69 149
Consideration, questions of ......

5 136
Lommersation, (private) not to be entertained while a member is speak.
ing

พ 19

in .....

Debate, provisions for the preservation of order and decorum

28, 29, 30 141.49
on appeals, limited nature of

2 135
on appeals in calls to order, prohibited

29 141
prohibited on motions to adjourn

{43 144
prohibited on motion to lie on the table
prohibited to speak more than once or twice

32 142
prohibited on petitions and other papers on day of presenta.
tion

55 146
prohibited on priority of business

107 158
to be precluded by the previous question

46 144
Departments, calls for information from

56 346
Division of questions, when and how they may be allowed

48 145
Division of the House, how made and decided

4 135
Divine service, not to be performed in the Hall, unless by consent of the
Speaker

130 161
Disorder of the gallery, remedy for

13 137
Documents, members to be furnished with an extra set

134 162
rule respecting printing extra numbers

56 146
Doorkeepers, to be appointed, and tenure of office.....

68 148
to be sworn to secrecy..

69 148
required to execute rules strictly

17 138
Duties or lates, rules to be observed respecting the imposition or in.
crease of

123, 124 160

Eleetions, how to be conducted

8 136
previous nomination necessary

10 137
votes to be viva voce

11 137
Enacting wurds, if stricken out, to be considered as a rejection of a
bi'l, &c....

41 143
Engrossment to be in a fair round hand

114 159
Engrossed bills not to be amended by riders

115 159
while on their passage between the two Houses. (See

Bills.)
Enrolled Bille, committee on, may report at any time

128 161
to be examined by the committee
provision for the appointment of (joint rule).. 7 166

the committee on
to be signed by the presiding officers of the two Houses
(joint rule)

8 168
how to be presented to the President, and the time to be
noted (joint rule).

9 166
not to be presented to the President on last day of ses.
sion (joint rule)

17 161
Executive Departments, rules to he observed in calling for information
from heads of

58 146
Executive communications, when to be read

24 140
Excused from vi ting, rule relating to being

36 143
Escused from parming on a committee a member wey be..

59 147

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Hall to be under the direction of the Speaker

6 13
persons who may be admitted within the

14 137
this rule to be strictly executed

17 138
not to be used in the performance of Divine service unless by con.
sent of the Speaker

130 161
Hats off during session of House...

34 142"
Heads of Departments, calls for information from

56 146

Interested, members not to vote when
Indefinitely, questions not to be resumed which are postponed
Information, calls on the President and Departments for
Insert and strike out, questions indivisible............................
Index to laws, to be made ..

35 142
47 145
56 14
48 145
136 162

Jefferson's Manual to govern in certain cases .

129 161
Joint Resolutions, or propositions requiring the consent of the Senate,
to be laid on the table one day..

54 146
signed by the Speaker

12 137
Journal, reading of

1 135
to be examined by the Speaker

6 136
to be printed and distributed within thirty days after the ad.
Journment..

132 161

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Laws, to be signed by the Speaker..

19 137
index to be made

136 162
Lie on the table, precedence of a motion to .........

41 143
no debate allowed on a motion to .................... 43 144
Lja on the tablo one day, all matters requiring the concurrence of the
Senate to ....

54 146
all resolutions calling on Executive officers for
information shall

56 146
Library of Clerk's office, books to be retained

.............. 133 16)
Lobby may be cleared in cases of disorder..........

13 137

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Manual, Jefferson's, to govern in certain cases ....

129 161
Memorials, when to be presented

20 139
rules to be observed on the presentation of ..

55 146
Membors, not to vote, when interested

35 142
to be furnished with extra set of documents ................ 134 162
to sit uncovered

34 149
their names to be called alphabetically...

58 17
to be paid by Sergeant-at-arms

65 109

Messages between the two Houses, how to be announced and delivered
(joint rule)

2,3 165
by whom to be sent (joint rule).

4 165
Messages from Senate, when considered

24 140
Messages from President, wnen read ...

24 140
Mileage, duty of committee on

98 155
Motions, to be stated by the Speaker, or read by the clerk

38 143
if desired, shall be reduced to writing ....

39 143
when to be considered as in possession of the House

40 143
precedence and order of certain

41, 42 143-44
may be committed at pleasure

49 145
when they may be withdrawn

40 133

Nominations, cases in which it shall be necessary ......

10 137

Order, proceedings in cases of calls to .......

........ 29, 30 141-42
Speaker to decide questions of ...................

2 135
Speaker to make calls to .......................

29 141
Clerk to note questions of

............ 105 157
questions of, arising after previous questions, no debate ....... 46 144
Order of business, of the session....

19 13€
of the day

... 20, 22, 23, 24, 25 139-40-41
postponed or changed.

127 161
Order of calling, for petitions .

20 139
for reports of committees ........

22 139
Orders of the day, wher to be called ........

24 140
may be moved pending consideration or discussion of
reports and resolutions ........

24 140
unfinished business to have precedence in

34 146

*ay of members, by Sergeant-at-arins

65 148
Setitions, when they may be presented .

20 139
rules to be observed on the presentation of

55 146
rule respecting debate on ......

55 146
Personality in debate to be avoided ......

28 141
Postmaster-General, calls for information from ........

56 146
Postmaster of House, to be appointed .

70 148
Postponed indefinitely, effect of question which is

47 145
Postpone, to day certain, order of motion ...........

41 143
or change order of business

127 161
Precedence or
to be decided without debate

... 107 159
Priority of business
Precedence of inotions

41, 42 143-4h
President, rules to be observed in calling for information from the ..... 56 146
manner of presenting bills and resolutions to the (joint

9 166
manner of presenting joint addresses to the Coint rule).. 11 109
no bill or resolution to be presented on the last day of the
nension to the (joint rule)

17 187

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