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SEC. 262.

(Form.) MESSAGES FROM THE ASSEMBLY'—(OUT OF ORDER). On motion of Senator?

the following messages from the Assemblywere taken up and read, out of the regular order:

ASSEMBLY CHAMBER, SACRAMENTO, April 2, 1915. MR. PRESIDENTS : I am directed to inform your honorable body that the Assembly on this day passed Senate Bill No.

An Act.

Chief Clerk of Assembly. By

Assistant Clerk, Senate+ Bill No.

ordered to enrollment. Also ::

SACRAMENTO, April 2, 1915. MR. PRESIDENTS : I am directed to inform your honorable body that the Assembly2 on this day passed Assemblyo Bill No.

-An Act. Also: Assembly? Bill No.

An Act. Also: AssemblyBill No.

-An Act. Also: Assembly? Bill No.

An Act.

Chief Clerk of Assembly.

Assistant Clerk. Assembly? Bills Nos.

and

read first time, and referred to Committee on

Assemblyi Bill No. read first time, and referred to Committee

By

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Senatori

asked for and was granted unanimous consent to withdraw from the file Senate? Bill No. ----, it being identical with Assembly: Bill No. now before the Senate.?

Senate? Bill No. ordered withdrawn and stricken from the file. EXPLANATORY NOTE.

1Or Mr. ’Or Assembly. Or Senate.

CHAPTER VI.

AMENDMENTS AND CONFERENCES.

CHAPTER CONTENTS.

PART I. AMENDMENTS. Sec. 204. Substitute regarded as amendment. (Assembly rule.) Sec. 265. Amendments and substitutes— When in order. (Senate rule.) Sec. 266. Amendments and substitutes-Must be germane. (Senate rule; Assem

bly rule.) Sec. 207. Least sum and shortest time in filling blanks. (Senate rule; Assembly

rule.) Sec. 268. Amendment of bills requiring two-thirds vote. (Senate rule.) Sec. 269. Amendment to original question. (Senate rule.) Sec. 270. No amendment on third reading, but may commit. (Senate rule; Assem

bly rule.) Sec. 271. Amendments to amended bills must be attached. (Joint rule.) Sec. 272. To concur or refuse to concur in amendments. (Joint rule.) Sec. 273. Second reading of bills. (Form.) Sec. 274. Second reading of bills (out of order). (Form.) Sec. 275. Amendments from the floor. (Form.) Sec. 276. Second reading of bill (out of order). (Form.) Sec. 277. Motion to refer to special committee of one. (Form.) Sec. 278. Reference to special committee of one (on recommendation of standing

committee). (Form.)
Sec. 279. Title amended. (Form.)
Sec. 280. Former action reconsidered. (Form.)
Sec. 281. Former action rescinded. (Form.)
Sec. 282. Message from the Assembly. (Form.)
Sec. 283. Consideration of Assembly amendments (out of order). (Form.)
Sec. 284. Message from the Assembly (requesting Senate to recede from its
amendments). (Form.).

PART II. CONFERENCES.
Sec. 285. When Senate or Assembly refuses to concur. (Joint rule.)
Sec. 286. Committee on conference. (Joint rule.)
Sec. 287. Committee on free conference. (Joint rule.)
Sec. 288. When conference committee report is in order. (Joint rule.)
Sec. 289. Appointment of committee on conference. (Form.)
Sec. 290. Report of committee on conference. (Form.)
Sec. 291. Committee on free conference appointed. (Form.)
Sec. 292. Report of committee on free conference. (Form.)

PART I. AMENDMENTS.

SEC. 264.

SUBSTITUTE REGARDED AS AMENDMENT. A motion to substitute shall be deemed and held to be a motion to amend, and be treated in all respects as such. (Assembly Rule No. 50.)

SEC. 265.

AMENDMENTS AND SUBSTITUTES—WHEN IN ORDER. Substitutes may be offered at any time when a bill or resolution is open to amendment, previous to engrossment; and when adopted shall take the place of the original bill or resolution, and shall be open to amendment. (Senate Rule No. 46.)

SEC. 266.

AMENDMENTS AND SUBSTITUTES-MUST BE GERMANE.

A substitute or amendment must relate to the same subject as the orig. inal bill, resolution or constitutional amendment under consideration. (Senate Rule Vo. 47. Assembly Rule No. 51.)

SEC. 267.

LEAST SUM AND SHORTEST TIME IN FILLING BLANKS. In filling up blanks, the least sum or number and the shortest time shall be put first. (Senate Rule No. 48. Assembly Rule No. 55.)

SEC. 268.

AMENDMENT OF BILLS REQUIRING TWO-THIRDS VOTE.

A constitutional amendment or bill requiring a vote of two-thirds of the members elected to the Senate for final adoption or passage may be amended by a majority of those voting. (Senate Rule No. 49.)

SEC. 269.

AMENDMENT TO ORIGINAL QUESTION. An amendment may be laid on the table without prejudice to the bill. When an amendment proposed to any pending measure shall be laid on the table, it shall not carry with it or prejudice such measure.

If the question in debate contains several propositions, any Senator may have the same divided; except a motion to strike out and insert shall not be divided. The rejection of a motion to strike out and insert one proposition shall not prevent a motion to strike out and insert a different proposition, nor shall it prevent a motion to simply strike out, nor shall the rejection of a motion to strike out prevent a motion to strike out and insert; but pending a motion to strike out and insert, the part to be stricken out and the part to be inserted shall each be regarded, for the purpose of amendment, as a question. Motions to amend the part to be stricken out shall have precedence. (Senate Rule No. 54.)

SEC. 270.

NO AMENDMENT ON THIRD READING, BUT MAY COMMIT. No amendment shall be received for discussion at the third reading of any bill; but it shall at all times be in order, before the final passage of such bill, to move its commitment under special instructions to amend. (Senate Rule No. 55. Assembly Rule No. 13.)

SEC. 271.

AMENDMENTS TO AMENDED BILLS MUST BE ATTACHED.

Whenever a bill or resolution which shall have been passed in one house shall be amended in the other it shall immediately be reprinted as amended by the house making such amendment or amendments. Such amendment or amendments shall be attached to the bill or resolution so amended, and indorsed “Adopted," and such amendment or amendments, if concurred in by the house in which such bill or resolution originated, shall be indorsed “Concurred in," and such indorsement shall be signed by the Secretary or Assistant Secretary of the Senate, or the Clerk or Assistant Clerk of the Assembly, as the case may be. (Joint Rule No. 8.)

SEC. 272.

TO CONCUR OR REFUSE TO CONCUR IN AMENDMENTS. In case the Senate amend and pass an Assembly bill, or the Assembly amend and pass a Senate bill, the Senate (if it be a Senate bill) or the Assembly (if it be an Assembly bill) must either “concur” or “refuse to concur" in the amendments. If the Senate concur (if it be a Senate bill), or the Assembly concur (if it be an Assembly bill), the Secretary or Clerk shall notify the house making the amendments, and the bill shall be ordered to enrollment. (Joint Rule No. 13.)

SEC. 273.

(Form.) SECOND READING OF

BILLS.

Bill No.

-----An Act, etc.

COMMITTEE AMENDMENTS. During the second reading of the bill, the following committee amendments were offered:

On page

99

AMENDMENT NUMBER ONE. line

strike out the words and insert in lieu thereof the following:

Amendment adopted.

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On motion of Senatori

the second-reading file of bills was taken up, out of the regular order.

Bill No.

On page

COMMITTEE AMENDMENTS. During the second reading of the bill, the following committee amendments were offered:

AMENDMENT NUMBER ONE.
section

line
after the word

insert the following:

Amendment adopted.

Bill read the second time, and ordered to print, engrossment and third reading EXPLANATORY YOTE.

Or Mr.

SEC. 275.

(Form.)

AMENDMENTS FROM FLOOR. During the second reading of the bill, the following amendments were offered and their adoption moved by Senator

AMENDMENT NUMBER ONE.
On page 1, in line 9 of the printed bill, strike out the words
and insert in lieu thereof the following:
Amendment adopted.

AMENDMENT NUMBER TWO, (ETC.)
EXPLANATORY NOTE.

'Or Mr.

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SEC. 276.

(Form.) SECOND READING OF BILL-OUT OF ORDER). Senatori

asked for, and was granted, unanimous consent to take up for second reading out of the regular order,

Bill No.

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MOTION TO REFER TO SPECIAL COMMITTEE OF ONE. During third reading of the bill, Senatori

moved to refer --- Bill No. to Senator

as a Special Committee of One, to amend as follows:

AMENDMENT NUMBER ONE. By striking out of page

line

of printed bill, the word and inserting in lieu thereof the word

AMENDMENT NUMBER TWO.
By striking out of page

lines
and

the word and insert in lieu thereof the word

Motion carried.

REPORT OF SPECIAL COMMITTEE OF ONE.
Mr. President’: Your Special Committee of One, to which was referred
Bill No.

with instructions to amend, respectfully reports the same back, amended as per instructions.

Committee. Report read, and on motion of Senator?

adopted.
Bill ordered to print and re-engrossment.
EXPLANATORY NOTE.

’Or Mr.
"Or Mr. Speaker.

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