The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
Mr. Eales proposed—
Mr. Cowen seconded—
"1. That the G.C. assemble at nine o'clock each morning, retire for lunch at twelve o'clock for half an hour, resume business at half-past twelve, and sit until four p.m. "2. That for convenient reference, the members of the G.C. be seated in rotation, in accordance with the list attached to these suggestions. "3. That all propositions which in any way vary from the printed suggestions shall be submitted in writing. "4.
That in the event of more than two propositions being made on one subject, the two receiving the largest number of votes shall be again submitted to the meeting. "5. No member of the G.C. to be allowed to speak twice on one proposition until every other Councilman has had an opportunity of speaking; the mover of the motion only to have the light of reply. "6. That a statement of the reasons which have influenced the G.C. in their decision be appended to each proposition which is submitted to the votes of the members."—Carried unanimously.