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Aaron F accordingly read act granting agreed Alexander H Ambler amendment Austin Blair Benjamin F bill H. R. Bingham Butler Calvin Charles H Clerk request Cobb Committee on Commerce Conger Daniel Darwin Phelps David Dawes Dennis McCarthy desired by one-fifth Donley engrossed and read Fernando Wood following titles Frederick Stone George W granting a pension Hamilton Ward Henry House H. R. Isaac Jacob Benton James Brooks Jasper Packard Joel F John Cessna John F John P. C. Shanks joint resolution Jones Joseph Dixon Joseph H Lewis Tillman Logan Martin Welker Morrill motion nays being desired Oliver Ordered Orestes Cleveland Peter petition of citizens Piatt Porter Sheldon printed Proctor Knott Randolph Strickland read a third read the third reported request the concurrence Richard Samuel Hooper Sargent Senate therein Sidney Clarke Smith Solomon L Speaker Starkweather Stephen Stevenson Archer Thomas Boles Thomas Fitch unanimous consent United voting Washburn William H Wilson
Page 538 - The rules of parliamentary practice comprised in Jefferson's Manual shall govern the House in all cases to which they are applicable, and in which they are not inconsistent with the standing rules and orders of the House, and joint rules of the Senate and House of Representatives.
Page 527 - If a member be called to order for words spoken in debate, the person calling him to order shall repeat the words excepted to, and they shall be taken down in writing at the clerk's table ; and no member shall be held to answer, or be subject to the censure of the house, for words spoken in debate, if any other member has spoken, or other business has intervened, after the words spoken, and before exception to them shall have been taken.
Page 522 - It shall be the duty of the Clerk to make, and cause to be printed and delivered to each member, at the commencement of every session of Congress, a list of the reports which it is the duty of any officer or Department of the Government to make to Congress; referring to the act or resolution, and page of the volume of the Laws or Journal in which it may be contained; and placing under the name of each officer the list of reports required of him to be made, and the time when the report may be expected.
Page 533 - Upon bills committed to a Committee of the Whole House, the bill shall be first read throughout by the Clerk, and then again read and debated by clauses, leaving the preamble to be last considered; the body of the bill shall not be defaced or interlined; but all amendments, noting the page...
Page 531 - It shall be the duty of the Committee on Naval Affairs to take into consideration all matters which concern the naval establishment, and which shall be referred to them by the House, and to report their opinion thereupon; and also to report, from time to time, such measures as may contribute to economy and accountability in the said establishment.
Page 543 - ... Secretary of the Senate, and Clerk of the House of Representatives, at the Clerk's desk; for the other officers of the two Houses, in front of the Clerk's desk and upon each side of the Speaker's platform.
Page 533 - And it shall be, moreover, the duty of the said committees to report, from time to time, whether any, and what, retrenchment can be made in the expenditures of the several departments, without detriment to the public service; whether any, and what, abuses at any time exist in the failure to enforce the payment of moneys which may be due to the United States from public defaulters or others; and to report, from time to time...
Page 526 - Bills of the House and from the Senate, on the Speaker's table, on their engrossment, or on being ordered to a third reading, to be taken up and considered in the order of time in which they passed to a second reading. The messages, communications, and bills on his table having been disposed of, the Speaker shall then proceed to call the orders of the day.— Srptcmber 14.
Page 543 - Senate shall thereupon withdraw, and said question shall be submitted to that body for its decision; and the Speaker of the House of Representatives shall, in like manner, submit said question to the House of Representatives for its decision; and no question shall be decided affirmatively, and no vote objected to shall be counted, except by the concurrent votes of the two Houses...