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REPORTS OF THE COURT OF CLAIMS to be continued from Congress to Con-
gress-placed on calendar, &c

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(See CLAIMS, COURT OF.)
RESIGNATION OF A MEMBER, right of

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RESOLUTIONS, name of member moving. (RULE 32, p. 109)..

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cannot be amended by adding other resolutions. (RULE 48,
p. 112)

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when they may be submitted. (RULES 52, 130, pp. 114, 134)..306, 307
only one at a time. (RULE 52, p. 114)....

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calling on executive officers for information to lie one day.
(RULE 53, p. 114)

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every alternate Monday set aside for. (RULE 130, p. 134). 306
those giving rise to debate to lie over. (IBID.)

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of State and Territorial legislatures, when they may be intro-
duced. (IBID.)......

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requiring assent of the Senate, to be laid on the table one day
before acting on, &c. (RULE 143, p. 139)....

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orders, votes, &c., requiring the President's approbation, shall

be signed and presented as in case of bills. (Joint RULE
10, p. 116).

146
(See Bills.)
passed one house and lost in the other, notice to be given.
(JOINT RULE 12, p. 146)...

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not to be presented to the President on the last day of the
session. (JOINT RULE 17, p. 147)..

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difference between “orders” and.

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daily call for..

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previous question may be called on, on Mondays.

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RESOLUTIONS OF STATE AND TERRITORIALLE GISLATURES. (See JOINT RES-

OLUTIONS.)
RESTAURANT, in charge of Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds.... 308
REVISION OF THE LAWS, COMMITTEE ON, when appointed and number of.

(RULE 74, p. 119).

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no duties assigned it..

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REVOLUTIONARY PENSIONS, COMMITTEE ON, when appointed and number of.

(RULE 74, p. 119)......

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its duties. (RULE 92, p. 125)... 308
shall have charge of pensions to
soldiers of war of 1812.

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RIDERS, engrossed bills not to be amended by. (RULE 126, p. 133).

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ROOMS, Speaker shall have charge of unappropriated, in House wing of Cap-
itol. (RULE 5, p. 104)....

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RULES, may be suspended at any time to go into Committee of the whole
on the state of the Union. (RULE 104)......

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how to be amended, rescinded, or suspended. (Rule 145). ...

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RULES, motion to suspend, may be entertained every Monday, one hour

after the Journal is read, and the last six days of the session.
(RULE 145).....

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pending, or motion to suspend, no dilatory motion except one to
adjourn in order. (RULE 161)..

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these, to govern present and succeeding Congresses, unless other-
wise ordered. (RULE 147)...

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each house may determine its..

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not to be changed without one day's notice....

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how potice may be given of resolution to amend..

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when in order to move suspension of......

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when not in order to move suspension of

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motion to suspend, not debatable nor amendable......

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pending, one motion to adjourn in order

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pending, motion for a recess not in order.... 309
cannot be laid on the table or postponed indefi-
nitely..

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vote on, cannot be reconsidered

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may embrace several bills...

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where suspension of, for a particular purpose

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no modification after suspension of...

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JOINT, may be suspended by a majority vote....

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cannot be changed under color of amendment..

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SEATS OF MEMBERS, second drawing for, not in order during the same Con-
gress. (RULE 163)

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custom as to

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drawing for.

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SECRET SESSION, relative to. (RULE 137).....

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officers sworn to keep secrets of House. (RULE 10).

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relative to publication of Journal of.....

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SENATE, bills and resolutions, when to be read. (RULE 54)

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consider messages from. (RULE 54).

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all orders to be laid on the table one day which require the assent
of the. (RULE 143)..

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messages from, to be repeated at Clerk's desk. (RULE 158)..... 142
messages to and from. (JOINT Rules 5, 11)......

. 145, 146
(See also MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.)
SERGEANT-AT-ARMS, to be elected at the commencement of each Congress.
(RULE 10)

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vote for, to be taken viva voce. (IBID.)

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oath of office of. (IBID.)

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general duties of. (RULE 22)

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SERGEANT-AT-ARMS, the mace to be borne by, when in the execution of his

office. (RULE 23)..
fees of, for making arrest, traveling expenses, &c.

(RULE 24)...
shall keep pay and mileage accounts, draw and pay

over money, &c. (RULE 25)
shall give bond, with surety. (RULE 26)
to pay mileage, upon the report of the Committee on

Mileage. (RULE 99).....
excess of stationery to be deducted by, from pay of

members
to discharge certain duties of Clerk in case of vacancy.
to bave monuments erected to deceased members....
to appoint Capitol police, &c., and make rules concern-

ing the Capitol ..
powers and duties, as to Capitol police...
must enforce Joint Rule 19 as to sale of liquor in Capitol
shall make return of government property in his pos-

session
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, REGENTS OF, to be appointed by Speaker

report of, to be made to Congress

annually
privilege of Congressional Li-

brary extended to.
SMOKING, prohibited within bar or gallery. (RULE 65)
SPEAKER, shall take chair every day at hour to which House adjourned.

(RULE 1)..
shall preserve order, decide questions of order, subject to appeal,

&c. (RULE 2)
may speak to points of order in preference to other members.

(IBID.).....
sball rise to put a question. (RULE 3)
manner in which questions shall be put by. (RULE 4)..
shall state the result of vote by tellers. (IBID.)
shall examine and correct the Journal before it is read. (RULE 5).
shall have a general direction of the ball. (IBID.)....
shall have the control and disposal of the unappropriated rooms

on the House side of the Capitol. (Ibid.).....
may name members to perform the duties of the Chair for the

day. (IBID.)....
no person to perform divine service in the ball without consent

of. (RULE 6).
shall vote in all cases of ballot, and where bis vote, if given to

the minority, will make a tie. (RULE 7) .....
shall sign all acts, addresses, and joint resolutions. (RULE 8)...

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SPEAKER, all writs, warrants, and subpænas shall be under the hand and

seal of. (RULE 8)......
shall have power to order the galleries and lobby to be cleared.

(RULE 9)..
to sign checks for pay and mileage of members. (RULE 25)
shall not entertain request to change a vote after result an-

nounced. (RULE 29)...
sball state inotions when made and seconded. (RULE 38).
shall name member who is first to speak. (RULE 59)..
while question is being put by, or he is addressing the House,

members to keep their seats and not hold private conversation.

(RULE 65)
shall appoint all committees, unless the House direct otherwise.

(RULE 67)
to appoint chairman of the Committee of the Whole. (RULE

105) ...
shall not entertain motion for leave to introduce post-route bills.

(RULE 115)
petitions handed to the Clerk to be subject to the control of.

(RULE 131)
may admit stenographers, and assign them place in writing.

(RULE 135)
election of, to be conducted in accordance with these rules.

(RULE 146)
shall not entertain motion for use of hall for other purpose than

legitimate business of the House. (RULE 155).....
communications from Executive Departments for consideration of

committees to be addressed to. (RULE 159)
appointment and removal of official reporters and stenographers

vested in. (RULE 165).
shall call to order member transgressing rules in speaking.

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(RULE 61)
House shall choose

oath of .....

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election of, question of bighest privilege....
pending election of, another question of privilege cannot be sub-

mitted...
when, to act as President of the United States...
may submit questions as to proper practice in futuro.....
when he may divide the House
shall decide a point of order during a division, peremptorily
breach of order by, not to put a question
may require a motion to be in writing...
may put question of consideration when he deems it necessary..
shall appoint three Regents of the Smithsonian Institution.....

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SPEAKER, shall appoint three visitors to West Point

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amount of compensation of membere to be certified by..

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certificates of, to be conclusive on Executive Departments and
officers of.....

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shall fix amount and approve bond of Sergeant-at-Arms..

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may administer oaths to witnesses

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where witness fails to testify

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pending the election of, Clerk shall preside..

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SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE, the Speaker may name for the day, and in case of ill.

ness, not exceeding ten days. (RULE 5, p. 104)... 321
where Speaker is ill, House may appoint....

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where House removes Speaker, it may appoint. 321
SPEAKER'S TABLE. (See BUSINESS ON THE SPEAKER'S TABLE)

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SPECIAL ORDERS, all debate on, shall be confined to measures before com-
mittee. (RULE 114, p. 130).

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general appropriation bills may be made, at any time.
(RULE 119, p. 132)..

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made under suspension of rules.

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or by unanimous consent...

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may be made by majority vote

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forms of resolution for making.

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exception of Fridays

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may be postponed by a majority vote

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where two are made for same day
motion to suspend rules not in order pending

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debate on

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STATE LEGISLATURES, resolutions of. (See JOINT RESOLUTIONS.)
STATIONERY, allowance of, to members and Delegates. (RULE 154, p. 141).. 141
to be procured by contract

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Clerk to advertise for proposals for

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when proposals for, to be opened

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liability of contractor for, failing to supply

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Clerk to purchase.

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preference to be given to American manufacture in purchase of. 323
record of bills and invoices of, to be kept.

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Clerk to deliver, to members, &c....

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where member receives more, than his allowance.

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compensation to be in lieu of allowance of ...

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amount of, to be furnished members.

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for committees and officers of the House.

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commutations for..

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STENOGRAPHERS. (See RULES 135, 165)

.137, 143
(See REPORTERS.)
STRIKE OUT, MOTION TO, being lost, effect of. (RULE 46).

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STRIKE OUT AND INSERT, MOTION TO, indivisible. (RULE 46),

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