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" Mr. Speaker or the Chairman, after having called the attention of the House, or of the committee, to the conduct of a member, who persists in irrelevance, or tedious repetition either of his own arguments, or of the arguments used by other members in... "
The Quarterly Review - Page 534
edited by - 1890
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Dod's Parliamentary Companion, Volume 64

1896
...attention of the House or of ihe Committee to the conduct of a Member who persists in irrelevance чг tedious repetition either of his own arguments or of the arguments used by other Members in debate, may direct him to discontinue his speech. See also Naming a Member. CONFERE NCE.— This ii я method...
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Dod's Parliamentary Companion, Volume 70

1902
...the Chairman, after having called the attention of the House or of the Committee to the conduct of a Member who persists in irrelevance or tedious repetition either of his own argumente or of the arguments used by other Members in debate, may direct him to discontinue his speech....
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The Procedure of the House of Commons: A Study of Its History and ..., Volume 3

Josef Redlich - Parliamentary practice - 1903
...repeated cries of " Order ! order ! " to call upon the Speaker to rebuke the offender. 2. When a member persists in irrelevance or tedious repetition either...arguments, or of the arguments used by other members, and will not accede to the request of the Chair to cease from such action, the Speaker (or Chairman),...
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Dod's Parliamentary Companion, Volume 72

1904
...Committee to the conduct of a Member who persists in ¡irrelevance or tedious repetition •-itlier of his own arguments or of the arguments used by other Members in debate, may direct him to discontinue his speech. See also Naming a Member. «'ONFERENCE.— This is a met...
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Recht und Technik des englischen Parlamentarismus: Die Geschäftsordnung des ...

Josef Redlich - Parliamentary practice - 1905 - 881 pages
...the chairman, after having called the attention of the house, or of the committee, to the conduct of a member, who persists in irrelevance, or tedious...of the arguments used by other members in debate, may direct him to discontinue his speech. 30.— Mr. Speaker or the chairman shall order member* whose...
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Recht und Technik des englischen Parlamentarismus: Die Geschäftsordnung des ...

Josef Redlich - Parliamentary practice - 1905 - 881 pages
...the chairman, after having called the attention of the house, or of the committee, to the conduct of a member, who persists in irrelevance, or tedious repetition either of his own arguments, 814 Anhang. or of the arguments used by other members in debate, may direct him to discontinue his...
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A Treatise on the Law, Proceedings, and Usage of Parliament

Thomas Erskine May - Great Britain - 1906 - 1001 pages
...or of °. r re P ct 'the committee, to the conduct of a member, who persists in irrelevance, tlon ' or tedious repetition either of his own arguments,...of the arguments used by other members in debate, may direct him to discontinue his speech. Note.— Tlte words printed in erased type mere struck out...
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Manual of Procedure in the Public Business of the House of Commons

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Parliamentary practice - 1908 - 375 pages
...persists in irrelevance, or in tedious rcpeGENERAL RULES OF PROCEDURE — CHAP. VIII. continued. tition either of his own arguments, or of the arguments used by other members in debate, may direct him to discontinue his speech. See S. 0. 19, 47 (6); May, 316. 159. If the Speaker, or the...
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The Parliament of the Transvaal: Standing Orders of the Legislative Assembly ...

Transvaal (South Africa). Legislative Assembly - Parliamentary practice - 1907 - 456 pages
...the chairman, after having called the attention of the house or of the committee to the conduct of a member who persists in irrelevance or tedious repetition,...of the arguments used by other members in debate, may direct him to discontinue his speech. 54. Geen lid kan over eenige kwestie :spreken, nadat dezelve...
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Sessional Papers, Volume 67

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1900
...the Chairman, after having called the attention of the House, or of the Committee to the conduct of a Member, who persists in irrelevance, or tedious...of the arguments, used by other Members in Debate, may direct him to discontinue his speech. See also the following Standing Orders relating to Closure...
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