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London County Council-continued. | Lords, House of-continued.
referred to examiners, 723; petitions custody of bills prior to royal assent,
510; position of Lords regarding public
charges, 573; result of that position,
by Lords' bills, ib., dealt with by the
privileged amendments, 576; rejec-
the Lords, 43; writs of privilege &c., 579. 708. 839; Lords' legislation
touched by privilege, 582; rejection of
to money bills, 585; financial inquiries
sional orders made by, 886. 891, n. other house, 460. See also Bishops;
Chairman of Committees (Lords); Com-
within the bar, 433; of Dublin, presents mittees, Select, II.; Ireland; Peers ;
petitions, 530. See also London City. Petitions ; Private Bills; Provisional
Lords' Journals. See Journals, I., II.
Parliament, 149; for proroguing Par to interfere in elections, 653.
disqualification, 29, 637 ; issue of writ
of, 6; lords spiritual, ib. ; lords tem-
228; borne before the Speaker, 192;
precedence of, at commencement of
Rules for members speaking, 310, et
ment of the debate, 313; new members,
dants on the Lords, 198, n., 436; for personal explanations, 319; personal
Serjeant in executing a warrant, 66. disorderly, ordered to withdraw, ib. ;
debate, 350, et seq., 527, 2. ; cannot tell
Duty of members on divisions, 354;
to canvass votes irregular, 373; personal
origin of, 14; knights of the shire and 756. 829; interest in a vote not pecu-
nesses, 426; before the Lords, 427;
by peerage, 29. 633; bankruptcy, 32.
Duties of members conducting Pri-
bers personally or locally interested in
Mode of giving their voices, 286; of standing orders (private bills), 697, et
Monday; sittings on, 213; interruption
motions at commencement of business
on, 257; course of business on, ib.;
II. Belween the two Houses.-Ancient See also Lords, House of ; Supply, and
III. To the Royal Family; and com Montfort, Simon de; writs issued by,
for summons of Commons, 18.
public and when private, 673, et seq. Morning Sittings, 213, n. See Friday
schemes made by Board of Agriculture, Lords, 209; in the Commons, 238;
mine precedence of, 240. 241 ; priority
time of giving their notices on first day
242; change of day, ib.; irregular notices,
when, called out, 45; commissions in, past eight o'clock on certain days, over
265; amendments to, 268; motions
(private business) postponed if opposed,
and explanations by, 318; on leaving Formal motions, 215. 245; motions
441. See also Officers under the Crown. public business, 256.
in House of Lords, 29; nor be members newal of, 265; precedence to questions of
privilege, 270; to motions for new writs,
moved for another member, 244, 263;
committees (Lords), 402; of select and a seconder not needed in the Lords, 277 ;
but not in committee, 383; motions not
House of Lords, 199; laid upon the be repeated, 289.
motion, 277; restrictions on motions,
proceedings, a breach of privilege, 73; of mover, 277; formerly Speaker framed
irregular questions not put from the
by leave withdrawn, 280; motions with-
of clauses for private bills, 694. 706, n. | session, 303; and motions superseded, ib.
Notice of Motions-continued.
243; waiver of notice, 244; when
lation of, 232; authority of, 243; di-
and petitions, 533.
in, 509; royal assent given in, 513;
and triers of petitions (Lords), 523.
856; proceedings on (in Lords), 856, I. Preliminary Notices.-Require-
mons).—Notices of the examination by
725. 729; notices of motions on private
714; of second reading, 728; of
for, 861 ; originate in Lords, 839. 856; 747; of first meeting of committees,
of days on which committee on a group
sideration of bill after report, 833; of
consideration), ib. ; of meeting of com-
mittee on a recommitted bill, 832
suspend standing orders, 837.
tary proceedings, 73. 100; reporters ex Oaths Act, 1888:
ib., 160; a matter of privilege, 160;
O'Connell, ib.; of Baron Rothschild,
238; extent of notice, ib. ; affected by of the Jews, 163; of Quakers, &c., ib.;
Oaths or Affirmations under the l Offices under the Crown-con-
Oaths Act, 1888–continued.
tempt of court, 122.
848; by joint committees, 423; by the pealed, 214, n.
standing order 10. 255; not a privilege
high treason referred to, 118, n.; be raised forthwith, 349; arising during
refusal to serve on a committee, 748. “ Order;" call to, 323. See also Debates.
measures for repressing, 349, et seq. See Order Book (Commons). See Notice
Paper of the House.
against, 79. 183; tumultuous assem- the case of Private Bills, 715. n.
Parliament under statute, 543; dis-
used by, 77; his refusal to take the Orders and Resolutions. See Resolutions;
Orders of the Day; defined, 257 ; pro-
of the house over, 261; not to be post-
earlier date, 262; procedure on, when
capable of sitting by resolution of house, 263; of superseded orders, 264; of
order for committee of supply, 611;
arrest within precincts of the house, 59, day, 261. 262, n.; limits of debate
not to act as parliamentary agents, 712. priority to motions over orders of the
seats in Parliament, 30. 640; members Orders moved without seconder, 277;