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Examiners, The-continued.

| Felony-continued.
referred (Commons), 725; (Lords), 841; expulsion for, 57; privilege not es-
compliance with conditions of standing tended to, 115.
orders committee, where proved before Ferrer's Case; referred to, 105.
Examiners, 718. 792, n.; cases of private Feudal System; legislative taxation
or provisional order bills referred to traced to the, 586.
Examiners after being reported from “Filled up” (Private) Bill, 753–5,
committee, 830. 894, n.; duties of

784.
Examiners on provisional order bills, Finance; dealt with by the Lords, 574.
863. 891-2. 894, n.

Finance Bills, 629; debate and amend-
Appointment of the Examiners to act under ments on stages, ib.

the Private Legislation Procedure (Scot- Fines; imposed by Lords, 91 ; by Com-
land) Act, 897. 899; to examine into mons, 92; last case of, 93.
compliance with the “general orders," Fire; Palace of Westminster, 21, n.
900. 902. See also Private Legislation First Reading; of public bills, 466; of
Procedure (Scotland) Act.

private bills (Commons), 723; (Lords),
Exceptional Grants. Sce Granits of 845; of Provisional Order Bills, 891 ;
Supply.

of confirming bills under the Private
Excess Grants. See Grants of Supply. Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act,
Exchequer and Audit Departments 905–7.

Act; reports under, on public expen Floyde's Case, 92.
diture, 597.

Foreigners, Petitions from; received,
Exchequer Bills; issue of, now ob 529.
viated, 592, n.

Forgery or Fraud; in preparing or
Exempted Business; from interrup- signing petitions, 526.

tion, 216; adjournment of house after, Formal Motions; after interruption of
226.

business, 215; for transaction of busi-
Expenses of Witness. See Witnesses.

ness, 245.
Expiring Laws Continuance Bills; Fox, Mr.; sat as member, under age, 29;
471, n., 486.

bis verdict against Bailiff of Westmin-
Explanations; in debate, 320; minis-

ster, 54; disputes with Mr. Pitt on
terial explanations, 318; on leaving speaking first, 312, and n.; quarrel

office, 319; personal explanations, ib. with Mr. Wedderburn, 335.
Explosive Substances; provisional Franchise. See Elective Franchise.
orders as to, 872.

Franking Letters ; privilege abolished,
Expulsion of Members (Commons) ; 111, n.

effect of, 54; cases and grounds for, 56. Free Conferences; the forms of, 440.
Expunging Motions and Protests; Freedom of Access to the Sovereign;

from the journals, in Mr. Wilkes's case, a privilege of the Commons as a body,
55. 203 ; in Mr. Bradlaugh's, 203; from 60; when exercised, 61 ; of peers, as a
the Clerk's book, 203.

house and individually, 61.
Extension of Time (Private Bills); | Freedom from Arrest. See Arrest, Free-

standing orders as to, 797; locus standi dom from.
against, 766.

Freedom of Speech; principle of the
Extra-parliamentary Panel, The; privilege, 96; ancient precedents, ib.;

appointed under the Private Legislation interpretation thereof, 98; violations
Procedure (Scotland) Act, 901.

thereof, ib.; members punished for

abuse of, ib. ; statutory recognition of,
Fast days; divine service attended on, 99; not extended to published speeches,
by both houses, 185.

100; publication of parliamentary
Favourable Construction of Com papers, 102.

mons' Proceedings; privilege of, 61. Friday; adjournments from Friday till
Fees; resolution on the acceptance of, by Monday, 184, 212; hour of meeting on,

members for professional services con 213; interruption of business on, 214;
nected with proceedings in Parliament, adjournment on, 227; transaction of
84, n.; payment of, on commitment to business at moment of adjournment
custody, 93; remission of, 94.

on, 227 ; precedence to unofficial mem-
Fees on private, provisional order, bers' bills on, 258; precedence of govern-
and hybrid bills, see Private Bills.

ment business on, 258. 267.
Felony; conviction for, a disqualification Frivolous Claim of a Division. See

for a seat in the Commons, 34. 658; 1 Divisions.

Frivolous Complaints of Breach of Government Business-continued.
Privilege, 88.

arrangements for, 265; two o'clock sit-
Frontagers; locus standi of, 774.

tings, on Tuesdays and Fridays before
Funerals of the Royal Family; ad 1902.. 213, n.; Saturday sittings, 265;
journment of house on, 187.

priority given to government business,

265; taken in time allotted to unofficial
Galleries; members may speak from members on Tuesdays, Wednesdays,

side galleries, 311; strangers' gallery and Fridays, 266, 267; power regarding
not now cleared on divisions, 207. specified orders of the day, 266 ; priority
355.

given to a motion, 267. 268; bills of
Garter King of Arms; duty of, on unofficial members placed among go-

opening of Parliament, 152 ; his opinion vernment business, 259; amendments
respecting the Speaker's precedence, to business of house motions, 268.
195, n.

296. .
Gas (Private Bills); consumers, locus Government Contracts; private bills.

standi, 777; standing orders relating relating to, 727.
to, 803. 850; additional capital, auction | Government Departments; and Pri-
clauses, standard price, &c., ib.

vate Bills, 754-5.833. 855; and Private
Gas and Water Facilities; provisional Bill Committees, 815-7; Reports from,
orders, 867, 874. 887.

referred to committees, 791; private
Gasworks; standing orders (private bills deposited with (under standing

bills) relating to (Commons), 802; orders 33 and 60 of both houses), 695.
(Lords), 851.

755; (under standing order 81 of
Gazette, London; notice given therein Commons), 833; Private Legislation

by Speaker prior to issue of warrant Procedure (Scotland) Act, 897. 899.
for new writ, 636; of his appointment 903. 904. See also Provisional Orders.

of members to issue new writs, 638. | Grace, Act of. See Pardon.
General Committee on Railway and Grand Committees, 392. See Stand-

Canal Bills; a sessional committee in ing Committees.
the Commons, 745 ; constitution of, ib.; Grants of Supply; for annual services,
duties of, 745-6. 789. 892. See also estimates for, 547 ; procedure on, 613;
Railway, &c., Bills.

moved by a minister of the Crown, 614;
General List of Petitions for Private drawn from the Consolidated Fund, 592.
Bills, 696-7, 698-9. 721.

Grants (exceptional), procedure on,
General Orders, The; regulating pro 555. 630; grants (excess), 553; debate

ceedings under the Private Legislation on, 621.
Procedure (Scotland) Act, 896; how Grants on Account; estimates for, 548;
made, ib. ; provisions of, 897, et seq.; cause for, ib.; use of army, &c., sur-
compliance with, 900.904.

pluses, ib.; for civil services, 549 ;
George III.; came down on first day of amount of, 549, n.; considered on an

Commons choosing Speaker, 157, n.; allotted day, ib.; limitation of time for
Parliament opened and Speaker chosen consideration of, in committee and on
during illness of, 42. 158; secret com report, 606; caused by a dissolution,
mittee to examine physicians, 410.

550; exceeding amount required, 552;
George IV.; provisions respecting his form of resolution for, 614; debate on,
signature to commissions, 512.

622.
German Emperor; members uncovered Grants Supplementary; estimates for,

on announcement of death of, 446, n. 552; debate on, 621. See also Crown
Good Friday; the Commons have sat and Public Chirges; Supply.

on, 184; standing order (Lords) as to Gray, Mr.; case of, 121.
sitting of committees, 847.

Greater or Lesser Sum. See Supply.
Gordon, Lord George (1780); com Greenwich Hospital; consideration of

munication of his arrest to the house, financial statement, 598.
118, n.

Grenville Act; committees under, 651.
Gosset. See Howard v. Gosset.

Group Committees, on Private Bills. See
Government; members of, power to Private Bills, II.

move one another's motions, 263. Guarantees; needing royal recommen-
Government Business; motions for, at dation, 562; not needing it, 569.

commencement of business, 256; days
appointed for, 258; power to arrange Habeas Corpus Act; enforceable in
government orders, 258. 262; special cases of parliamentary commitments,

Habeas Corpus Act-continued. Impeachment-continued.

69; peers not privileged against, 119; articles of impeachment, ib.; subse-
when Habeas Corpus Act suspended,

quent procedure, 665; the judgment,
consent of house to arrest of members, 666; proceedings not concluded by pro-
117.

rogation or dissolution, 667; power of
Hale, Lord; his opinion on seats of lords royal pardon, 667.

spiritual in Parliament, 6; on the council Impleading in Civil Actions; privilege
summoned by William I., 16.

of not being impleaded in civil actions,
Hall, Arthur; his case, 77.

104; enforced, 105; limited by statute,
Harbours; provisional orders relating to, 113.
874.

Incidental Charges; (public services),
Harley, Lord; discharged from custody 556
on succession to peerage, 112.

Incidental Interruptions to Proceed-
Harrison, Mr. Fortescue; case of, 123. ings, 269; business resumed thereafter,
Hastings, Warren ; the impeachment

270.
of, referred to, 228, n., 665.

Inclosures; private bills, 801. 850. 910;
Haxey's case ; referred to, 96.

provisional orders, 878.
“ Hear, Hear;” use of, 345.

Indemnity; of witnesses before Parla-
Hempholme; stewardship of manor of, ment, 125. 431 ; Witnesses Protection
613, n.

Act, 125.
Henry IV.; his recognition of freedom Indemnity Bills; procedure on, 461.

of speech, 96; origin of petitions to “Indemnity of the Lords and Com-
Commons during his reign, 523. 686; mons," 1407; this statute cited, 587.

of Commons' right of supply, 587. Indenture; of return of member
Henry VI. ; in Parliament, 444; modern abolished, 653, n.

system of legislation dates from reign of, India; royal recommendation of motion
459.

for charge or guarantee on revenues of
Henry VIII. ; royal assent by commis 558. 562 ; indirect guarantee, 569; ap.
sion, in his reign, 511. 520.

plication of revenues of, out of India, ib.;
lligh Treason. See Treason.

seat of secretary and under-secretary of
Hissing; rules against, 344.

state, 647. See also East India
Home Office; provisional orders issued Revenue, &c.

by, 872. See also Government Depart- | Indorsement of Bills; modes of, 509;
ment.

imperfect, 519.
Honours; bills for restitution of, 460. Indorsement of Petitions for Private
Hospital, Infectious Diseases; stand-/ Bills; by Examiners, 704.

ing orders (private bills) relating to, | In Formà Pauperis; a private bill pro-
802. 851.

moted in, 912, n.
Houghton and others v. Plimsoll ; | Informalities in Bills ; discovered
case of, referred to, 102, n.

after second reading, 465; aster com-
Houses of Parliament; chambers used mittal, 491; after royal assent, 517 ;

after the fire of 1834..21, n. See also when royal consent refused, 449.
Adjournment of the House; Commons, | Ingrossment; of bills, 500. 515.
House of ; Lords, Ilouse of; Precincts, Inhabitants; locus standi of, against
&c.

private bills in Commons, 775.
Houses of the Working Classes ; Injunction. See Equity, Courts of.

standing orders (private bills) relating Instructions; to committees of the whole
to (Commons), 802, (Lords), 850.

house, 383; regarding bills, 478;
Housing of the Working Classes principle of, ib.; amendments to, 480 ;

Act; provisional orders, 868. 886 ; for the division or consolidation of bills,
power as to costs of committee on con ib., 488; to extend the operation of,
firmation bill, 821. 869.

479; out of order, 481; touching a
Howard v. Gosset; first action, 68; public charge, 482.
second action, ib. 142.

Notice of instructions and amend-
Hybrid bills; procedure on, 468, et seq., ments, 482 ; debate thereon, 483 ; when

673. 721. 824, n.; Commons' privileges moved, ib. ; proceedings in committee
not relaxed on, 708, n.; liable to Fees, consequent on, 488. 489; effect of
913,

rejection of an instruction, 304. 488, n.;

no instruction to committee of supply,
Impeachment; by the Commons, 51. 607 ; examples of instructions, Appen-

663 ; of peers, ib. ; of commoners, 664; ! dix II.

Instructions - continued.

Jamaica; legislated for by British Par-
Mandatory instructions, 481; in the liament, 38.
Lords, ib.; to select committees, 481. | James I.; offended at language of

Instructions, mandatory or per- Speaker's petition, 59, n.
missive, to private bill committees, 731, Jay v. Topham; case referred to, 139.
et seq. ; in the Lords, 854. See also | Jews; formerly unable to take the par-

Private Bills; Provisional Order Bills. liamentary oath, 162; the Rothschild
Interest on Calls (Railway Bills); and Salomons cases, ib.; disability
standing order relating to, 799.

removed, 163.
Interests, Personal. See Personal Joint Addresses; when usual, 452.
Interest.

661.
Interference in Elections ; resolutions Joint Committees; of Lords and Com-
against, 653.

mons, rules and subjects of, 421; ap-
Interruption of Business ; hours of, pointment of, ib.; time and place of

214; adjournment of interrupted busi meeting proposed by the lords, 422;
ness, ib. ; transaction of business after choice of chairman of, 423; vote of, ib.;
moment of, ib.; formal motions after in instructions to, ib.; on private or pro-
terruption, 215; dilatory motions, lapse, visional order bills, 752. 892, n.; under
216 ; interruption on a two o'clock the Private Legislation Procedure
sitting, 213, n.; business exempted from (Scotland) Act, 906.
interruption, 216; questions pending at Joint Stock Companies; acts, 689;
moment of, 221 ; unopposed business private bills, 842; locus standi of share-
after interruption, 222; opposed ditto, holders, 779.
223; closure at moment of, 224. See Journals:
also Incidentul Interruptions to Pro I. Of both Houses.-Their formation
ceedings.

and nature, 199, 201; given in evi-
Intoxicating Liquors; bills relating to dence, 202; periods over which they

sale of, on Sundays, in particular extend, 202, n.; entry in, of proceed-

counties treated as public bills, 679. ings of committees of the whole house,
Introduction; of peers to the house, 153; 392.

of new members returned after general II. Lords.-Public records, 201; in-
election, 170; dispensed with in Dr. spected by Commons, 307. 837; protest
Kenealy's case, 171, n.

expunged from, 372; special entries on
Ireland; representative bishops of, prior agreement to Commons' amendments,

to 1869.. 6, n.; peers of, 100, under 507. 579.
Act of Union, 11; power of Crown to III. Commons.-Claim to be public
add to, ib.; represented in House of records, 202; entries expunged, 203 ;
Lords by 28 representative peers, ib.; special entries of agreement to Lords'
judicature of Lords over, 50; privileges amendments to money bills, 578.
of peers and peeresses of, 12. 110; unless Judges; conduct of, not to be reflected
representative peers may sit in Honse of on by a question, 250; to be dealt with
Commons, 12. 30; but then lose privi by substantive motion, 278; in debate,
lege of peerage, 12 ; judicature of Lords 333; disqualified from sitting in the
over seats of representative peers, 50; Commons, 30; summoned as assistants
certificate of their election from Clerk of of the House of Lords, 51. 198; places
Crown, 153; rights of, on trial of peers, of, 198, n.; of Scotch judges, ib. ; ex-
670; number of representatives for, 24; amined by the Commons, 433; com-
elective franchise of, 26; holders of mitted by the Commons, 139; formerly
offices, contractors, and judges, dis bearers of messages from Lords to Com-
qualified as members, 30. 32 ; Speaker's mons, 436, n.; duties of, on trial of
warrant for election of members directed election petitions, 654; regarding estate
to Clerk of the Crown and Hanaper in, bills, 857.
638; acceptance of office under lord Judicature of the Lords. See Lords,
lieutenant, vacates seat, 641; Irish House of ; Parliament; Peers.
divorce bills, 858; provisional order Judicature Act, 1873; and later Acts,
bills, 886.

51.
Irrelevance or Repetition in Debate; Jurors; members privileged from service
standing order on, 316.

as, 114; exemption of members and
Italics in Bills ; 465. 560. 723.

officers by statute, 115.
Items of Supply Grants; treatinent of, | Justices of the Peace; examined wit-
in committee, 618.

nesses for the Commons, 430.

Kenealy, Dr.; his introduction dispensed | Librarian (House of Commons);

with, 171, n.; ordered to withdraw consulted on orders for returns, 538, n. :
offensive expressions used in the lobby, delivery of papers to, during recess, 541.
348.

| Life Peerage. See Peerage.
Kenyon, Lord; on claim of Honse of Light Railways (Ireland); provisional

Lords to be a court of record, 91; in orders, 886.
Lord Abingdon's case, 101.

Lines v. Russell ; case of, referred to,
King, The. See Crown.

144.
Knaresborough Election (1852); | Loans, (Railway Companies); stand-
treble return for, 653, n.

ing orders (private bills) relating to
Knights of the Shire; historical notice (Commons), 794; (Lords), 851.

of, 16; wages of, 22; term disused in Loans Government; contractors for,
writs and returns, 14, n.

not disqualified for House of Commons,

32.
Ladies' Gallery, 206; not included in Lobbies; order in lobby maintained by

order for withdrawal of strangers, 207. the Serjeant, 205; jurisdiction of the
Lake v. King; case of, referred to, 129. house over disorder in, 348.
Landowners ; locus standi of, 762-5. Local Authorities; private bills pro-
Land Revenues of the Crown; private moted by, 804-6. 850 ; provisional
bill relating to, 727.

orders made by, 889; provisional orders
Lands Clauses Act, 694.

concerning (public health), 865. 886:
Language, Unparliamentary; punish (housing of working classes), 869; (brine
ment of, 100; treasonable or seditious, pumping), 872 ; (diseases, animals),
not allowed in Parliament, 328; mem 872; (municipal corporations), 881;
bers reprimanded or committed, ib. (tramways), 875; (electric lighting),
331.

875; (public parks, Scotland), 884;
Larke's Case ; referred to, 115.

locus standi of, in Commons, 775, et seq.
Law and Courts of Justice. See Standing Local Bills. See Private Bills, IV.
Committees.

Local and Personal Acts, 685. 909.
Law Lords; constitution of, 13; vote Local Government; provisional orders
of, in judicial cases, 359.

relating to, 865. 885. 886. 888.
Leave of Absence, 182. 756, n.; motions Local Government Board; and pri-
for, 238.

vate bills, 754-5. 855; and provisional
Leave of the House; how granted, 280. orders, 865, et seq. See also Govern-
Lefevre, Mr. Speaker Shaw; spoke ment Departments.

in committee of whole house, 369." Local Government Board (Ireland);
Legal Opinions; not to be sought by provisional orders made by, 886.
questions to ministers, 250.

Local Government Board (Scot-
Legal Proceedings against Members, land); provisional orders made by,

&c.; when a breach of privilege, 86. 885.
Letters; to threaten members, a breach Local Taxation ; practice regarding

of privilege, 79; use of letters in debate, bills or clauses for, 599.
310, n. ; communicated to the house by Locus Standi of Petitioners; against
the Speaker, 193.

private (local) bills in the Lords, 848 ;
Letters Patent Bills; in the Lords, against orders under the Private Legis-
853; in Commons, 801.

lation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 903;
Level Crossings; standing orders (pri or against their confirmation in Parlia-

vate bills) relating to (Commons), 794 ; ment, 906; against private or provisional
(Lords), 851.

order bills in the Commous, 760_786.
Levels of Roads; standing orders 893. 752. See Private Bills.

(private bills) relating to (Commons), London (City of); sheriffs, lord mayor,
792. 794; (Lords), 850.

and aldermen of, committed by the
Libels upon the House, or Members; house, 65. 66; the claim of members

a breach of privilege, 76. 78. 81; upon for, to sit on treasury bench, 178; pre-
members of select committees, 83; sentation of petitions from the corpora-
must touch the conduct of members in tion, 529; bills respecting, whether
the house, 81; against former Par public or private, 675.
liaments, 77. 90; prosecutions by London County Council; no questions
attorney-general ordered, 76; punish . in house to members of, 249.
ment for, 93; seditious libels, 116. See Bills promoted by, 674-5; petition for
also Privileges of Parliament, III. 1 bill, 693; bills presented, 721; and

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