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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GENERAL VIEW OF THE PRIVILEGES OF PARLIAMENT
59
Protection of Officers
66
Chief Officers of the Lords
92
Reprimand and Admonition
94
Confirmed by law of Parliament
103
Duration of the Privilege
111
563
124
Limitations of the Privilege by Statute
129
Principles of the question considered
136
Clerk of the House
141
Authorities in opposition
145
BOOK II
147
One Oath substituted for former Oaths
150
Proceedings on change of Ministry during recess
151
Oaths taken
160
Vacation of Seat c
168
Report of the Royal Speech to both Houses
174
Call of the House of Commons
180
Given in evidence
181
746
182
Attendance of both Houses at Coronations
187
PAGE
189
Summary of his duties
195
Offensive words against either House
197
Introduction of Peers
199
Admission of Strangers into the House of Lords
201
Method of practice therein
208
CHAPTER VIII
209
Closure Motion
217
Adjournment on question
227
Arrangement of Business
233
Notices of Motion
239
Motions of which Notice is requisite
246
Motions for Adjournment before Public Business
252
Precedence of Government business
258
Revival of dropped or superseded Orders of the
265
Origin of Grants on Account
271
Against a Statute
275
MOTIONS AND QUESTIONS
277
Restrictions on moving the previous Question
283
CHAPTER X
289
Use of Army and Navy Surplusəs
296
THE SAME QUESTION OR BILL MAY NOT BE TWICE OFFERED
300
Prorogation to renew Bills
308
Except to explain his words
323
Reflections on the Sovereign
333
Debate closed
339
Misbehaviour to Members
347
CHAPTER XIII
354
Votes on judicial cases
360
Where Votes equal Mr Speaker gives Casting Voice
369
Divisions in Committees
380
Standing Committees House of Lords
396
Their powers regarding Witnesses
402
Presence of Strangers
408
Counsel before Select Committeos
416
752
421
WITNESSES AND PARLIAMENT
424
System of Pairs
427
Chairmans Vote
436
Acknowledgment of Communications
437
CHAPTER XVIII
444
Royal Approbation of the SpeakerElect
447
By Joint Addresses
453
Remonstrances
458
Order in moving Amendments
468
Vacancy in the Speakership during the Session
469
Amendment to leave out words
485
Private Bills withdrawn as informal
490
Bills committed pro formâ
494
Amendment to leave out words and insert or add others
505
Rules as to Signatures
524
Responsibility of the Crown and Parliament regarding
564
Addresses for Public Money
571
Returns made to writs of Habeas Corpus
573
Clauses creating Charges
575
Bills introduced in lieu of Bills withdrawn
576
Recommittal of Bills
583
THE HOUSE OF COMMONS
586
Breaches of Privilege defined
587
The Annual Financial Statement
588
Committal of Bills to Select Committees
594
Committees thereon
600
Method of proposing Amendments
616
CHAPTER XXIII
631
Precedence of Motion for New Writ
645
Assaults Insults or Libels upon Peers
647
Trial of controverted Elections
651
Sessional Orders relative to Elections
659
The Managers and Trial
667
BOOK III
672
Provisional Orders c continued
673
Distinctive character of Private Bills
676
382
681
Edinburgh and Dublin
683
PRELIMINARIES TO INTRODUCTION CONDITIONS
692
193
693
Memorials complaining of Noncompliance
698
Decisions and Reports of Examiners
704
Second Reading of Private Bill
729
Permissive Instructions
735
Instructions generally
744
582
749
CHAPTER XXVII
752
Notice of Meeting of Private Bill Committee
753
583
758
The Referees
760
Locus standi in the case of Landowners
767
CHAPTER I
773
Introductory Remarks
781
Proceedings on Private Bills in the Commons
830
When Standing Orders have not been complied with
840
Wharncliffe and other Standing Orders to be complied with
842
Locus standi of Petitioners
848
Private Bills considered in Committee
851
Recommitment of Local Bills
854
Divorce Bills when sent to the Commons
860
Provisional Schemes made by the Privy Council
881
Power of County Councils to make Provisional Orders
890
Private Legislation Procedure Scotland Act 1899
895
Consideration of proposed Order by Secretary for Scotland
902
CHAPTER XXXII
909
FEES AND TAXATION OF COSTS FEES PAYABLE BY THE PARTIES
912
Amendments to proposed Amendments
917
Examples of Amendments to proposed Amendments
944
Lords Spiritual
949
during a Recess
951
619
958
Bill passed and Title agreed
960
Lords Temporal
963
Motions to report progress
966
Private Bills brought in under exceptional conditions
971
Grand Committees
973
Wrongful Arrest of Members
974
Life Peerages
975
Amendments to be seconded 299
979
Ancient mode of Petitioning
983
Proceedings of Committees on Opposed Bills
984
Further proceedings in the Commons
985
On Members of Select Committees
988
Speakers chosen without the Royal sanction
992
880
993
608
997

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