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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 16

XII.—Standing Orders

XII.—Standing Orders.

159. Any Standing Order or Orders of

How Standing Orders may be suspended.

the Council may be suspended on motion duly seconded, made without notice, provided that two-thirds of the members be present, and provided also that two-thirds of those present consent; but notice shall always be given when practicable.
160. No proposal for altering or annulling

Alteration, &c. of Standing Orders.

any Standing Order or Orders of the Council shall be entertained, except when two-thirds of the whole number of members are present, and when notice extending over at least four sitting days has been given.
161. The whole of these Standing Orders

Duration of Standing Orders

shall continue in force only until the expiration of six sitting days after the opening of the first Session of the next Council.
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Adopted by the Provincial Council May 5, 1874

John L. Gillies, Speaker.

Wm. E. Sessions, Clerk of Council.