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TABLE SHOWING DATES AT WHICH STANDING ORDERS

OF 1907 WERE PASSED AND AMENDED.

Number of Standing

Orders in 1907.

Dates at which each Standing

Order was passed
and amended.

Number of Standing

Orders in 1907.

Dates at which each Standing

Order was passed

and amended.

1

29
30
31

2

3 4

5 6 7 8

32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47

9

10

11

1906,

12 13

48

14 15

24 February 1888, 2 May

1902, and 2 and 3 April

1906. 5 August 1853, 8 April

1902, and 3 April 1906. 3 April 1906. 11 April 1902 and 3 April

1906. 28 February 1888. 29 February 1888. 5 August 1853. 1 May 1902 and 3 April

1906. 7 March 1888, 29 April

1902, and 3 April 1906. 27 November 1882, 29

April 1902, and 3 April

1906. 7 March 1888 and 2 May

1902. 5 August 1853. 5 August 1853 and

7 March 1888. 28 July 1870. 28 April 1902 and 3 April

1906. 3 May 1861 and 2 May

1902. 27 November

1882, 7 March 1888, and

17 February 1902. 28 February

1880 22 November 1882. 7 March 1901, and

17 February 1902. 27 November 1882 and

28 February 1888. 28 February 1888. 17 February 1902. 27 November 1882. 27 November 1882 and

28 February 1888. 3 May 1861. 1 May 1902 and 3 April

1906. 18 March 1887 and

7 March 1888. 28 February 1888. 12 December 1906.

49

12 December 1906.
29 February 1888.
5 August

1853 and 17 February 1902. 5 August 1853. 19 July 1854. 19 July 1854. 27 Noveinber 1882. 19 July 1854. 19 July 1854. 19 July 1854. 5 August 1853. 27 November 1882. 28 February 1888. 21 July 1856. 19 July 1854. 24 July 1849. 24 July 1849. 16 April 1907. 7 March 1888, 1 May 1902, 9 April

and 16 April 1907. 7 March 1888 and

16 April 1907. 7 March 1888 and

16 April 1907. 7 March 1888 and

22 April 1901. 28

February 1888, 17 February 1891, and

4 March 1901. 27 November 1882. 19 July 1854. 21 July 1856 and

7 March 1888. 25 June 1852. 25 June 1852. 25 June 1852. 25 June 1852. 25 June 1852. 25 June 1852. 25 June 1852. 25 June 1852. 9 August 1875. 25 June 1852 and

21 July 1856. 29 February 1888. 11 June 1713, 25 June

1852, and 20 March 1866.

16

50

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PART I.

STANDING ORDERS RELATIVE TO PUBLIC

BUSINESS.

STANDING ORDERS.

19 0 7.

Part I.

STANDING ORDERS RELATIVE TO PUBLIC BUSINESS.

Sittings of the House. 1.-(1.) Unless the house otherwise order, the house shall meet every Sittings of the Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at a quarter to three of the house. clock.

(2.) At half-past eleven of the clock the speaker shall adjourn the house without question put, unless a bill originating in committee of ways and means, or unless proceedings made in pursuance of any act of parliament or standing order, or otherwise exempted as hereinafter provided from the operation of this standing order, be then under consideration.

(3.) At eleven of the clock on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, except as aforesaid, and at five of the clock on Fridays, the proceedings on any business then under consideration shall be interrupted ; and, if the house be in committee, the chairman shall leave the chair, and make his report to the house ; and if a motion has been proposed for the adjournment of the house, or of the debate, or in committee that the chairman do report progress, or do leave the chair, every such dilatory motion shall lapse without question put.

(4.) Provided always, that on the interruption of business the closure may be moved ; and if moved, or if proceedings under the closure rule be then in progress, the speaker or chairman shall not leave the chair, until the questions consequent thereon and on any further motion, as provided in the rule “ closure of debate,” have been decided.

(5.) After the business under consideration at eleven and five, respectively, has been disposed of, no opposed business shall be taken.

(6.) All business appointed for any sitting, and not disposed of before the termination of the sitting, shall stand over until the next sitting, or until such other sitting on any day on which the house ordinarily sits as the member in charge of the business may appoint.

(7.) A motion may be made by a minister of the crown at the commencement of public business, to be decided without amendment or debate, to the following effect : “That the proceedings on any specitied business, if under discussion at eleven this night, be not interrupted under the standing order “sittings of the house,'” or to the following effect : That the proceedings on any specified business, if under discussion when the business is postponed, be resumed and proceeded with, though opposed, after the interruption of business.

(8.) Provided always, that after any business exempted from the operation of this order is disposed of, the remaining business of the sitting shall be dealt with according to the provisions applicable to business taken after eleven o'clock.

(9.) Provided also, that the chairman or deputy chairman of ways and means do take the chair as deputy speaker, when requested so to do by

Mr.

329.

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