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Hinds' Precedents, Volume 5

Chapters 111-148<br>Asher C. Hinds, Clerk at the Speaker's Table of the U.S. House of Representatives, compiled the early precedents of the House of Representatives, dating from the First Congress. This volume is part of the first half of an eleven-volume series containing selected rulings made by the Chair between 1789 and 1936. Volumes 1-5 are entitled Hinds' Precedents and were published in 1907. Cannon's Precedents entail volumes 6-11 and were published in 1936.

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Chapter 111 - The Question of Consideration PDF | Text | More
Chapter 112 - Conduct of Debate in the House PDF | Text | More
Chapter 113 - References in Debate To Committees, the President or the Other House PDF | Text | More
Chapter 114 - Disorder in Debate PDF | Text | More
Chapter 115 - Debate in Committee of the Whole PDF | Text | More
Chapter 116 - Reading of Papers PDF | Text | More
Chapter 117 - Motions in General PDF | Text | More
Chapter 118 - The Motion to Adjourn PDF | Text | More
Chapter 119 - The Motion to Lay on the Table PDF | Text | More
Chapter 120 - The Previous Question PDF | Text | More
Chapter 121 - The Ordinary Motion to Refer PDF | Text | More
Chapter 122 - The Motion to Refer As Related to the Previous Question PDF | Text | More
Chapter 123 - The Motion to Reconsider PDF | Text | More
Chapter 124 - Dilatory Motions PDF | Text | More
Chapter 125 - Amendments PDF | Text | More
Chapter 126 - The House Rule that Amendments Must Be Germane PDF | Text | More
Chapter 127 - General Principles as to Voting PDF | Text | More
Chapter 128 - Voting By Tellers and By Ballot PDF | Text | More
Chapter 129 - The Vote By Yeas and Nays PDF | Text | More
Chapter 130 - Division of the Question For Voting PDF | Text | More
Chapter 131 - Amendments Between the Houses PDF | Text | More
Chapter 132 - General Principles of Conferences PDF | Text | More
Chapter 133 - Appointment of Managers of a Conference PDF | Text | More
Chapter 134 - Instruction of Managers of a Conference PDF | Text | More
Chapter 135 - Managers to Consider Only Matters In Disagreement PDF | Text | More
Chapter 136 - Privilege and Form of Conference Reports PDF | Text | More
Chapter 137 - Consideration of Conference Reports PDF | Text | More
Chapter 138 - Messages and Communications PDF | Text | More
Chapter 139 - Recess PDF | Text | More
Chapter 140 - Sessions and Adjournments PDF | Text | More
Chapter 141 - The Rules PDF | Text | More
Chapter 142 - Suspension of the Rules PDF | Text | More
Chapter 143 - Questions of Order and Appeals PDF | Text | More
Chapter 144 - The Congressional Record PDF | Text | More
Chapter 145 - Amendments to the Constitution PDF | Text | More
Chapter 146 - Ceremonies PDF | Text | More
Chapter 147 - Service of the House PDF | Text | More
Chapter 148 - Miscellaneous PDF | Text | More