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Henry M. Robert (1837–1923).  Robert's Rules of Order.  1915.

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right to vote when it affects result 238
of a committee 211
of committee of the whole 230
inexperienced, hints to 242
Clerk, (see Secretary) 244
Close Debate now (see Previous Question) 111
at a future time 118
Commit, motion to 125
forms of the motion 130
Committees, Executive, and Boards 207
ex-officio members of 210
of the whole 229
as if in committee of the whole 233
Committees, Special and Standing 211
distinction between special and standing 211
object of 130
appointment of 128
of whom they should be composed 131,132
proper size of 132
chairman of 131
reporting member of 220
quorum in, consists of a majority 259
manner of conducting business in 213
to discharge 132
Reports of, their form 215
their reception 220
their amendment 228
their adoption or acceptance 223
their place in the order of business 262
common errors in acting upon 222
Minority Reports or Views of, their form 216
cannot be acted upon unless moved as a substitute for the committee’s (majority’s) report 216
Congress, Rules of, the basis of this work 20
(Rules of, to be found in footnotes when different from those given in text)
Consent, unanimous or general 202
can be given only when a quorum is present 259
Consideration of a Question, objection to 87



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