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Senator moved that

Bill No. be made a special order for ---- day,

19.-, immediately after the reading of the Journal.

Also:
Senator

moved that the further consideration of the motion to reconsider the vote whereby

Bill No. passed, be made a special order for

o'clock, on day,

Was

19--.

Motion carried.
EXPLANATORY NOTE.

1Or Mr.
*Or refused passage.

SEC. 243.

(Form.)

SPECIAL ORDER RESET. On motion of Senatori

the consideration of ------ Bill No. and c

Bill No. heretofore set as special orders for this time, were reset as special orders for consideration at o'clock and minutes on day,

19.--. Also: On motion of Senatori

the consideration of

Bill No.

was reset as a special order for consideration at o'clock and

minutes on
day,

19.__.

EXPLANATORY NOTE.

10r Mr.

SEC. 244.

(Form.) CONSIDERATION OF SPECIAL ORDER. The hour having arrived for the consideration of

Bill No. heretofore set as a special order for

o'clock and minutes m., the same was taken up for consideration. Bill No.

-An Act, etc.

SEC. 245.

(Form.)

RECALL OF BILL FROM COMMITTEE.

Bill No. be recalled and that it be forthwith taken up

moved that

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Senatori from the Committee on for consideration.2

Motion carried.
EXPLANATORY NOTE.

10r Mr.
’Or placed on file.

SEC. 246.

(Form.)
RECALL OF BILLS FROM PRINT.1

Senator - -- moved that

Bill No. ---- be recalled from print for the purpose of rescinding amendments adopted on

on

Motion carried.
Also:

FROM ENGROSSMENT.
Senator

moved that -- Bill No. ------ be recalled from engrossment for the purpose of rescinding amendments adopted

and that the same be restored to its place on the second-reading file.

Motion carried.
Also:

FROM ASSEMBLY.
Senator?
moved that

Bill No. be recalled from the Assembly, for purpose of reconsideration, .

Motion carried.
EXPLANATORY NOTE.

Or from engrossment or from the Assembly.
’Or Mr.
3Or further amendment.

SEC. 247.

(Form.)
FORMER ACTION RECONSIDERED.

Senator

moved a reconsideration of the vote whereby Bills Nos. and were referred to special committees for amendment, that the said committees be discharged, and that such previous action be expunged from the records.

Motion carried, and the records ordered so corrected.
Bills ordered on third-reading file.

SEC. 248.

(Form.)

FORMER ACTION RESCINDED. Senator

moved that the action taken by the Senate” on day, 19.., in amending

Bill No. under special instructions, be rescinded and that such former action be expunged from the records.

Motion carried, and such was the order.
Also:
Senator
moved that -- Bills Nos.

---- be recalled from print, engrossment and third reading, and be restored to the second-reading file for further consideration; and that such former references in the records be made to read: “On motion of Senatori

Bill No. was passed on file." Motion carried, and such was the order.

---- and

EXPLANATORY NOTE.

1Or Mr.
’Or Assembly.
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SEC. 249.

(Form.)

UNANIMOUS CONSENT GRANTED.

Senator

asked for, and was granted, unanimous consent to take up out of the regular order, for the purpose of amendment Bill No.

EXPLANATORY NOTE.

Or Mr.

PART II. AFTER PASSAGE IN THE HOUSE OF ORIGIN.

SEC. 250.

NOTICES TO BE IN WRITING UNDER PROPER SIGNATURES.

Notice of the action of either House to the other shall be in writing, and under the signature of the Secretary or Clerk of the House from which such notice is to be conveyed. (Joint Rule No. 20.)

SEC. 251.

SECRETARY, CLERK, ETC., TO CARRY MESSAGES.

Messages shall be sent by the Secretary, Clerk, or by such person as a sense of propriety of each House may determine to be proper. (Joint Rule No. 19.)

SEC. 252.

EACH HOUSE TO TRANSMIT PAPERS. Each House shall transmit to the other papers on which any bill or resolution shall be founded. (Joint Rule No. 5.)

SEC. 253.

MESSAGES MUST BE ANNOUNCED BY THE SERGEANT-AT-ARMS.

When a message shall be sent from either House it shall be announced at the door by the Sergeant-at-Arms, and shall be respectfully communicated to the presiding officer by the person by whom it may be sent. (Joint Rule No. 18.)

SEC. 254.

MESSENGERS MAY BE INTRODUCED. Messengers may be introduced at any stage of business except while a question is being put, while the aves and noes are being called, while the ballots are being counted, or while a member is addressing the House (Senate Rule No. 62. Assembly Rule No. 5.)

SEC. 255.

MESSAGES FROM THE OTHER HOUSE.

Messages from the other house may be considered at any time by vote of the House receiving same. (Senate Rule No. 62. Assembly Rule No. 4.)

SEC. 256.

BILLS READ AND REFERRED TO COMMITTEE. When a Senate bill has been received by the Assembly or an Assembly bill by the Senate, with a message announcing that the same has passed the Senate or Assembly, such bill shall be read the first time by the Secretary or Clerk and referred to a standing committee, unless otherwise ordered by the House. (Joint Rule No. 9.)

SEC. 257.

AFTER A BILL HAS BEEN PASSED BY THE SENATE OR ASSEMBLY.

When a bill (if it be a Senate bill) has been received from the Senate by the Assembly, after its passage, or (if it be an Assembly bill) has been received from the Assembly by the Senate after its passage, it shall be taken up by the Senate or Assembly, as the case may be, under the regular order of business (“Senate messages” or “Assembly messages”'), read the first time, unless otherwise ordered by the House, and shall then be assigned to the proper committee, unless otherwise ordered, who shall act upon the same as soon as practicable, and report the same back to the Senate or Assembly forth with, and the chairman of each committee is charged with observance of this rule: provided, that the Senate or Assembly may, at any time order such bill reported back from any committee by a majority vote. (Joint Rule No. 11.)

SEC. 258.

DISPOSITION OF ASSEMBLY BILLS. When an Assembly bill has been received by the Senate, with a message announcing that it has passed the Assembly, such bill shall be read the first time and be referred by the President to a standing committee; provided, however, that when an Assembly bill is received, the text of which is stated by a member to be identical with that of a Senate bill, which has already been considered and reported by a standing committee of the Senate, such Assembly bill shall be referred to the Committee on Engrossment and Enrollment for comparison, which committee shall report without delay, whether or not such bill is identical with the Senate bill. If reported identical, such Assembly bill shall be substituted for the Senate bill, shall take its place on the second-reading file and be considered as having received the same committee recommendation as the Senate bill: provided, that the fact that the bills are identical shall be entered in the Journal. Such Senate bill shall thereupon be placed upon the file of unfinished business. (Senate Rule No. 31.)

SEC. 259.

DISPOSITION OF SENATE BILLS. When a Senate bill has been received by the IIouse with a message announcing that the same has passed the Senate, such bill shall be referred to a standing committee; provided, however, that when a Senate bill is received the provisions of which are stated by a member to

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be identical with those of an Assembly bill which has already been considered and reported by a committee of the Assembly, such Senate bill shall be referred to the Committee on Engrossment and Enrollment for comparison, which committee shall report on the next legislative day, whether or not said bill is identical with the Assembly bill; and if reported identical, shall be read the second time, be substituted for the Assembly bill (the latter being considered withdrawn) shall take the latter's place on the Assembly file, and be considered as having received the same recommendation of the Assembly committee; provided, that the fact that the bills are identical shall be entered in the Journal. (Assembly Rule No. 9.)

SEC. 260.

BILL OR RESOLUTION IN ONE HOUSE, REJECTED IN THE OTHER,

REQUIRES NOTICE. When a bill or resolution which shall have passed one House is rejected by the other, notice thereof shall be given immediately to the House in which the same shall have passed. (Joint Rule No. 4.)

SEC. 261.

(Form.)
MESSAGES FROM THE ASSEMBLY.1

The following messages from the Assemblywere taken up and read:

ASSEMBLY CHAMBER, SACRAMENTO, March 25, 1915. MR. PRESIDENT : I am directed to inform your honorable body that the Assembly on this day passed Assembly Bill No.

-An Act, etc. Also : Assembly? Bill No.

An Act. Also: Assembly? Bill No.

An Act. Also: Assembly? Bill No.

-An Act.

Chief Clerk of Assembly. By

Assistant Clerk. Assemblı-1 Bill No. read first time, and referred to Committee on Assembly Bill No. ------ read first time, and referred to Committee

? on

Assembly? Bill No. read first time, and referred to Committee on

Assembly? Bill No. read first time, and referred to Committee on Also:

SACRAMENTO, March 25, 1915. MR. PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the Assembly on this day adopted Assembly Concurrent Resolution No.

-Providing for the appointment of a committee to devise an improved method of handling bills after introduction.

Chief Clerk of Assembly.

Assistant Clerk.
Resolution referred to Committee on Rules.
EXPLAVATORY VOTE.

Or Senate.
Or other presiding officer.

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