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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Causes of Summons declared
43
Assembling of New Parliament
49
Power of Expulsion
56
Freedom of access for the Commons
60
Assistance of the Civil Power
66
Report and Publication of Debates c
72
Assaults Insults or Libels upon Peers
78
Acceptance of Bribes by Members
84
Offences in a former Session
90
Reprimand and Admonition
94
Privilege not extended to published speeches
100
Present position of this Privilege
106
Members in execution before Election
112
nmitment to ba communicated
119
Protection to Counsel
129
Authorities in support of the exclusive Jurisdiction of Parlia
132
Cases relating to Parliamentary Jurisdiction
138
Later cases favourable to Privilege
144
The Commons go up to the House of Peers
150
Vacancy in the Speakership during the Session
157
One Oath substituted for former Oaths
160
Vacation of Seat c
169
Proceedings on an Address in answer
175
Leave of Absence
182
Ascension Day c
188
His rank
195
Chief Officers of the Lords
198
Duties of the SerjeantatArms
204
House of Commons
211
Adjournment on question
227
Arrangement of Business
233
Notice how given
239
Motions of which Notico is requisite
246
Motions for Adjournment before Public Business
252
Precedence of Government business
258
Renewal of Notices of Motions
265
MOTIONS AND QUESTIONS
277
Restrictions on moving the previous Question
283
CHAPTER X
289
Amendments to Motions for Adjournment
295
Object of the rulo
300
Prorogation to renew Bills
308
Members to speak to the Question
314
No Member to speak twice
320
Extracts from Newspapers
326
Offensive words against either House
331
Words taken down by direction of Mr Speaker or in Com
337
Other rules to prevent Obstruction 312
343
Authority of Speaker in both Houses
349
Strangers withdraw
355
If not two Tellers no Division allowed
361
Where Votes equal Mr Speaker gives Casting Voice
364
Publication of Division Lists
370
Motions to disallow Votes
377
Instructions and Amendments on going into Committeo
383
Committees cannot adjourn
389
Reference thereto of Bills
395
Appointment and Proceedings of Lords Committees
401
Power to send for Persons Papers and Records
407
Sitting of Committees during Sitting or Adjournment of
413
Publication of draft Reports
419
How summoned by the Lords
421
Message for attendance of Peers Officers of both Houses
429
CHAPTER XVII
436
Acknowledgment of Communications
437
New Clauses
489
Bills committed pro forma
492
Recommittal of Bills
498
Bills sent by mistake
504
Royal Assent
510
Bills passed with unusual expedition
516
CHAPTER XX
522
Remonstrances
525
Petitions not received
531
Returns obtained by Order or by Address 53f
537
Arrangement and character of Parliamentary Papers
543
The House of Lobds
573
The House of Commons
586
Procedure in the Committees of Supfly
603
CHAPTER XXIII
631
Issue of Writs by Mr Speaker during Recess
637
The Chiltern Hundreds
643
Penalties for Corrupt Practices
660
The Judgment
667
Bills brought in by the Government
673
Bills relating to Religious Communities c
680
Functions of Parliament in passing Private Bills
687
bow solicited and deposited
693
Decisions and Reports of Examiners
704
Proceedings on Private Bills in the Commons
713
Private Bills brought in under exceptional conditions
721
Private Bills withdrawn as informal
728
Permissive Instructions
735
Commitment of Private Bill
744
Suggested Amendments inserted in the Fillednp Bill
754
Petitions for Additional Provision 725
757
TheKeferees
760
Private Bills considered in Committee
787
Orders to be observed on Railway Bills
793
Proceedings of Committees on Opposed Bills
807
Question put on Preamble
813
Power of Committees to award Costs
820
Witnesses before Private Bill Committees
826
Proceedings on Report of Bill
832
CHAPTER XXVIII
839
Wharncliffe and other Standing Orders to be compHed with
842
Locus standi of Petitioners
848
Recommitment of Local Bills
854
Divorce Bills when sent to the Commons
860
Provisional Orders ccontinued
863
Provisional Schemes made by the Privy Council
881
Power of County Councils to make Provisional Orders
888
Private Legislation Procedure Scotland Act 1899
895
Orders on which an inquiry by Commissioners is held
901
CHAPTER XXXII
909
FEES AND TAXATION OF COSTS FEES PAYABLE BY THE PAKTIE8
912
Amendments to proposed Amendments 296
917
Instructions
935
Examples of Amendments to proposed Amendments
944
during a Recess
951
Assistants of tho Lords 198
954
Offer to influence a Committee 421
961
Provisions considered in Committee of the whole House 726
966
Joint Committees of Lords and Commons 421
975
Amendments to be seconded 299
979
Further proceedings in the Commons 892
985
Chairmans Vote 423
987
Oaths formerly taken 160
992
Select Committees communicating with eaih other 423
993

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212 페이지 - Christmas day, or at any time except between the hours of nine in the morning and four in the afternoon...
39 페이지 - The power and jurisdiction of parliament, says Sir Edward Coke, is so transcendent and absolute that it cannot be confined. either for causes or persons, within any bounds.
3 페이지 - That the kings or queens of this realm, with and by the authority of parliament, are not able to make laws and statutes of sufficient force and validity to limit and bind the crown, and the descent, limitation, inheritance, and government thereof.
99 페이지 - That the freedom of speech and debates or proceedings in parliament ought not to be impeached or questioned in any court or place out of parliament.
55 페이지 - February, 1769, was ordered to be expunged from the journals as " subversive of the rights of the whole body of electors of this kingdom.
586 페이지 - Statutum de tallagio non concedendo, that no tallage or aid shall be laid or levied by the King or his heirs in this realm, without the good will and assent of the Archbishops, Bishops, Earls, Barons, Knights, Burgesses, and other the freemen of the commonalty of...
4 페이지 - The most high and absolute power of the realm of England consisteth in the parliament...
28 페이지 - That after the said limitation shall take effect as aforesaid no person born out of the kingdoms of England, Scotland or Ireland, or the dominions thereunto belonging (although he be naturalized or made a denizen, except such as are bom of English parents), shall be capable to be of the Privy Council, or a member of either House of Parliament, or to enjoy any office or place of trust either civil or military...

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