A Treatise on the Law, Proceedings, and Usage of Parliament

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W. Clowes and Sons, limited, 1906 - 1001페이지
 

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Protection of Officers
66
Duties of the Committees regarding Bills referred to them
87
One Oath substituted for former Oaths
89
Chief Officers of the Lords
92
Reprimand and Admonition
94
Confirmed by law of Parliament
103
Antiquity of this Privilege
124
JURISDICTION OF COURTS OF LAW IN MATTERS OF PRIVILEGE
131
Clerk of the House
141
Adverse Judgments
144
BOOK I
147
Freedom from Arrest and Distress of Goods
150
Refusal to take Oaths
161
Vacation of Seat c
168
Proceedings in the Lords
170
A Bill read pro formâ
174
Places in the House of Lords
182
Ascension Day
188
559
192
Summary of his duties
195
Introduction of Peers
199
Given in evidence
203
Of Peeresses
205
CHAPTER VIII
209
Questions pending at interruption
221
Adjournment on question
227
Election of Speaker in the Commons
229
Arrangement of Business
233
Motions for Leave of Absence
239
Motions of which Notice is requisite
246
564
256
Precedence of Government business
258
Revival of dropped or superseded Orders of the
265
217
269
Origin of Grants on Account
271
MOTIONS AND QUESTIONS
277
227
280
Restrictions on moving the previous Question
285
Use of Army and Navy Surplusəs
296
THE SAME QUESTION OR BILL MAY NOT BE TWICE OFFERED
300
Offensive words against either House
331
Words taken down by direction of Mr Speaker or in Com
337
Rules to be observed by Members not speaking
343
Authority of Speaker in both Houses
349
Strangers withdraw
355
If not two Tellers no Division allowed
362
Divisions frivolously claimed
370
873
377
CHAPTER XIV
380
General province of a Select Committee
400
Quorum of Select Committees
406
Adjournment of Committees from place to place
412
WITNESSES AND PARLIAMENT
424
CHAPTER XVII
436
Interests of the Crown placed at disposal of Parliament
437
CHAPTER XVIII
444
Royal Approbation of the SpeakerElect
447
LAGE
448
By Joint Addresses
455
Remonstrances
458
And Representative Peers
460
268
468
Vacancy in the Speakership during the Session
469
Amendment to leave out words
485
Bills committed pro formâ
494
Functions of the Committees of Supply and Ways
561
Exemptions from the Standing Orders touching Charges
567
THE HOUSE OF LORDS
573
Clauses creating Charges
575
Recommittal of Bills
583
THE HOUSE OF COMMONS
586
Application of the Consolidated Fund
592
Committal of Bills to Select Committees
594
Navy and Army Expenditure Committee
598
Method of proposing Amendments
616
574
620
CHAPTER XXIII
631
Disqualification admitted
643
Mode of appointment
644
Petitioning Candidates eligible
650
Sessional Orders relative to Elections
659
The Managers and Trial
667
BOOK III
672
Provisional Orders c continued
673
Bills concerning the Metropolis
676
Edinburgh and Dublin
683
PRELIMINARIES TO INTRODUCTION CONDITIONS
692
Memorials complaining of Noncompliance
698
Sittings and Proceedings of the Examiners
704
CHAPTER XXVII
713
Functions of Parliament in passing Private Bills
721
Proceedings on Private Bills in the Commons
723
Bills introduced in lieu of Bills withdrawn
729
Mandatory instructions on a Private Bill
735
Commitment of Private Bill
744
Private Bills specially referred to exceptional Committees
752
What Petitioners may be heard against Bills
758
Locus standi in the case of Landowners
768
Object of the rule
812
When Standing Orders have not been complied with
840
Wharncliffe and other Standing Orders to be complied with
842
Locus standi of Petitioners
848
Opposed Bills become unopposed
851
Recommitment of Local Bills
854
Divorce Bills when sent to the Commonsi
860
Provisional Orders issued by the Home Office
873
Provisional Schemes made by the Privy Council
881
Power of County Councils to make Provisional Orders
888
CHAPTER XXXII
909
FEES AND TAXATION OF COSTS FEES PAYABLE BY THE PARTIES
912
Amendments to proposed Amendments
917
Instructions
935
Examples of Amendments to proposed Amendments
944
Amendments to be seconded
947
Lords Spiritual
949
during a Recess
951
Duration of the Privilege
958
Motions withdrawn or superseded may be repeated
959
Bill not to be altered otherwise than by Amendment
960
Lords Temporal
963
Chairman of Lords Committees
964
Private Bills brought in under exceptional conditions
971
Life Peerages
975
Ancient mode of Petitioning
983
Further proceedings in the Commons 892
985
Proceedings of Committees on Opposed Bills
986
Chairmans Vote
987
Oath taken in Commons
992
617
997

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