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" PAPERS. Where papers are laid before the house, or referred to a committee, every member has a right to have them once read at the table, before he can be compelled to vote on them. "
Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Michigan - Page 1366
by Michigan. Legislature. House of Representatives - 1865
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Manual of Parliamentary Practice

Parliamentary practice - 1826 - 228 pages
...Hakew. 250. In the assembly it is also written within the bill, at top. SECTION XXXVI. READING PAPERS. Where papers are laid before the house, or referred...table, before he can be compelled to vote on them. But it is a great, though common error, to suppose that he has a right, toties quoties, to have acts,...
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Manual of Parliamentary Practice

Parliamentary practice - 1826 - 220 pages
...Hakew. 250. In the assembly it is also written within the bill, at top. SECTION XXXVI. READING PAPERS. Where papers are laid before the house, or referred...once read at the table, before he can be compelled to-vote on them. But it is a great, though common error, to suppose that he has a right, toties quoties,...
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A Manual of Legislative Practice and Order of Business in Deliberative Bodies

Joel Barlow Sutherland - Parliamentary practice - 1830 - 404 pages
...title is to be endorsed on the back, and not within the bill. Hakew, 250. SEC. XXXII. READING PAPERS. Where papers are laid before the House, or referred...table, before he can be compelled to vote on them. But it is a great, though common error, to suppose that he has a right, toties quoties, to have acts,...
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Constitution of the United States of America, Rules of the House of ...

Constitutions - 1837 - 240 pages
...title is to be endorsed on the back, and not within the bill. Hakew. 250. SEC. XXXII. READING PAPERS. Where papers are laid before the house, or referred...table, before he can be compelled to vote on them. But it is a great, though common error, to suppose that he has a right, toties quoties, to have acts,...
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A Manual of Parliamentary Practice: Composed Originally for the Use of the ...

Thomas Jefferson - 1837 - 202 pages
...to be endorsed on the back, and not within the bill. — Hakew. 250. SECTION XXXII. HEADING PAPERS. Where papers are laid before the House, or referred...table, before he can be compelled to vote on them. But it is a great, though common error, to suppose that he has a right, toties quolies, to have acts,...
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The Practice and Privileges of the Two Houses of Parliament: With an ...

Alpheus Todd - 1840 - 406 pages
...or referred to lorequireofficiai a Committee, every member has a right to have them Fna?hesHouse™a once read at the table, before he can be compelled to vote thereon. But it is a great, though common error, to suppose that he has a right, toties yuoties, to...
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A Congressional Manual; Or, Outline of the Order of Business: In the House ...

Joel Barlow Sutherland - 1841 - 530 pages
...title is to be endorsed on the back, and not within the bill. Hakew. 250. SEC. xxxII. READING PAPERS. Where papers are laid before the House, or referred...table, before he can be compelled to vote on them. But it is a great, though common error, to suppose that he has a right, toties quoties, to have acts,...
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Journal of Proceedings, Volume 52

Wisconsin. Legislature. Senate - Wisconsin - 1915 - 1418 pages
...read before voting on that motion. Under Jefferson's Manual 'Where papers are laid before the house, every member has a right to have them once read at...table before he can be compelled to vote on them.' " Senator Husting debated the question. Senator Burke rose to a question of parliamentary inquiry whether...
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Manual of Parliamentary Practice: Rules of Proceeding and Debate in ...

Luther Stearns Cushing - Parliamentary practice - 1849 - 202 pages
...reasons, a general rule, that, where papers are laid before a deliberative assembly, for its action, every member has a right to have them once read at...table, before he can be compelled to vote on them; and, consequently, when the reading of any paper, relative to a question before the assembly, is called...
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The Legislative Guide, Containing All the Rules for Conducting Business in ...

Joseph Bartlett Burleigh - Parliamentary practice - 1853 - 354 pages
...bill is engrossed, the tjtle is to be endorsed on the back, and not within the bill. [ Hakew. 250. ] Where papers are laid before the House, or referred...table, before he can be compelled to vote on them. But it is a great, though common error, to suppose that he has a right, toties quoties,* to have acts,...
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