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INTRODUCTION OF BILLS BY COMMITTEE.
Any committee may introduce a bill appertaining to any subject coming within its consideration, whereupon it shall be read the first time and placed upon the proper second-reading file. When such bill is designed to be a substitute for one or more Assembly bills, the bills for which it is such a substitute shall, by a majority vote of the House, be deemed withdrawn, and shall not appear upon the file. Upon the introduction of a bill by a committee, it shall be numbered as a new bill, read, ordered printed, and placed upon the Assembly file for further action. (Assembly Rule No. 8.)
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AFTER CONSTITUTIONAL RECESS. Immediately upon convening after the constitutional recess the presiding officer shall appoint a standing Committee on Introduction of Bills, to consist of three members.
All motions for leave to introduce bills after the constitutional recess shall be sent to the desk in writing, under the order of “Introduction of Bills,” and at no other time. The motion shall give the title of the bill, and shall be accompanied by the bill. The bill shall thereupon be referred to the Committee on Introduction of Bills.
Joint and Concurrent Resolutions and Constitutional Amendments shall not be referred to the Committee on Introduction of Bills, and shall not require a vote to authorize their introduction.
The committee shall examine bills referred to it with particular reference to the question as to whether there is already any bill in either house of the same character which might be amended to effect the result sought, and generally as to the advisability of introducing the measure.
The committee shall report upon each bill so referred to it on the same legislative day. The report shall be made at the conclusion of the consideration of the Special File.
The committee may, in its discretion, incorporate more than one bill in the resolution to grant leave to introduce, incorporating in the resolution the title of each bill in full, and the roll shall be called upon the adoption of the resolution and no resolution to introduce any such bill shall be adopted without the consent of three-fourths of the members of the Assembly.
If a division of the question is demanded upon the introduction of any particular bill, the division shall be allowed, and the roll called separately upon the bill. The author of any bill shall have not more than ten minutes within which to speak to the question of the introduction of his bill and the Committee on Introduction of Bills may have the same time for reply. (Assembly Rule No. 75. Senate Rule No. 28.)
JOINT AND CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS AND CONSTITUTIONAL
Joint and concurrent resolutions shall be treated the same as bills; provided, that they shall be read but once, and that after they have been reported by a committee; and provided, further, that the ayes and noes shall not be called upon the adoption of concurrent resolution, unless regularly demanded, or required by statute or the constitution. Proposed amendments to the constitution shall be treated the same as bills; provided, they shall be read but once, and only after they have been reported by a committee. (Assembly Rule No. 10. Senate Rule No. 28.)
PETITIONS TO BE PRESENTED WITH
Whenever petitions, memorials, or other papers addressed to the House are presented by a member, a brief statement of the contents thereof shall be made verbally by the introducer. They shall not be debated on the day of their being presented, but shall lie on the table, or be referred, as the House shall determine. (Assembly Rule No. 6.)
The following resolutions were offered:
S.- J. R. No.
S.2 C. R. No.
S.2 C. A. No.
Constitutional Amendment ordered to print and referred to Committee on EXPLANATORY NOTE.
(Form.) INTRODUCTION OF CONCURRENTI RESOLUTION? The following concurrent resolution was offered by Senators
(After Constitutional Recess.) Senator
requested permission to introduce a Senate? Bill entitled :
An Act, etc.
Request referred to Committee on Introduction of Bills.
REPORT OF STANDING COMMITTEE. The following report of standing committee was received and read:
ON INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.
SENATE CHAMBER, SACRAMENTO, March 18, 1913. MR. PRESIDENT: Your Committee on Introduction of Bills, to which was referred the request of Senatora
to introduce a bill entitled : “An Act, etc. ;'? Also : The request of Senator
to introduce a bill entitled : “An Act, etc. Also : The request of Senator”.
to introduce a bill entitled : “An Act, etc.; Also: The request of Senator
to introduce a bill entitled : “An Act, etc.; Has had the same under consideration, and respectfully reports the same back and recommends that each of such requests be granted.
Chairman. The question being on the adoption of the report.
The roll was called, in accordance with the provisions of section two of article IV of the Constitution, and the report adopted by the following vote: AYES-Senators:
(Requires at least thirty votes in the Senate and sixty votes in the Assembly.)
INTRODUCTION AND FIRST READING OF BILLS. The following bills were introduced in accordance with above report: By Senator?
: Senate Bill No.------“An Act, etc. 'Or Assembly. ’Or Mr. 3Or Messrs.
WITHDRAWAL OF BILL. Senator)
asked, and was granted, unanimous consent to withdraw
Bill No. Bill No.------ ordered withdrawn and stricken from the file. EXPLANATORY NOTE.
PART I. APPOINTMENT AND ORGANIZATION. Sec. 176. Appointment of standing committees of Legislature. (Political Code.) Sec. 177. Appointment of committees. (Assembly rule.) Sec. 178. Standing committees. (Joint rule.) Sec. 179. Additional standing committees. (Senate rule; Assembly rule.) Sec. 180. Appointment of special committee. (Form.)
PART II. REFERENCE OF BILLS TO COMMITTEES. Sec. 181. Bills referred, how. (Senate rule; Assembly rule.) Sec. 182. Referred otherwise, how. (Assembly rule; senate rule.) Sec. 183. Order of questions on motion to refer. (Assembly rule; Senate rule.) Sec. 184. Appropriation bills. (Assembly rule; Senate rule.) Sec. 185. Certain bills always introduced by or referred to committee on ways
and means. (Assembly rule.) Sec. 186. Contingent expenses of the Senate. (Senate rule.) Sec. 187. Executive communication and nominations to committee. (Senate rule.) Sec. 188. Introduction and first reading of bills, etc. (Form.) Sec. 189, Motion to re-refer. (Form.) Sec. 190. Motion to re-commit. (Form.) Sec. 191. Motion to refer. (Form.)
PART III. THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE.
mittee of the whole. (Assembly rule.)
PART IV. GENERAL PROVISIONS GOVERNING COMMITTEES.
(Senate rule; Assembly rule.)
PART V. PROVISIONS GOVERNING INDIVIDUAL COMMITTEES.
(Political Code.) Sec. 210. Committee on revision and printing. (Joint rule.) Sec. 211. Reports of committee on revision. (Joint rule.) Sec. 212. Committee on contested elections. (Assembly rule.) Sec. 213. Committee on ways and means. (Assembly rule.) Sec. 214. Enrolled bills to receive signatures of proper officers. (Joint rule.)
Sec. 215. Enrolling committee to compare. (Joint rule.)
PART I. APPOINTMENT AND ORGANIZATION.
APPOINTMENT OF STANDING COMMITTEES OF LEGISLATURE.
All standing committees of the Senate and Assembly shall be appointed by the presiding officer of the respective Houses ; provided, that each House may by resolution, or the rules thereof, direct otherwise. (Political Code, sec. 248.)
APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEES. All committees shall be appointed by the presiding officer, unless otherwise ordered, and the first named shall be the chairman thereof. (Senate Rule No. 7. Assembly Rule No. 28.)
Subject to the right of either house to appoint additional committees, the following standing committees shall be appointed in the Senate and Assembly, the number of members and the manner of selection to be determined by the rules of each house :