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" Where questions are perfectly equivalent, so that the negative of the one amounts to the affirmative of the other, and leaves no other alternative, the decision of the one concludes necessarily the other. 4 Grey, 157. Thus the negative of striking out... "
American Law of Assemblies Applicable to Lodges, Conventions and Public ... - Σελίδα 162
1901 - 356 σελίδες
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Constitution, Jefferson's Manual, the Rules of the House of Representatives ...

United States. Congress. House - 1903
...see Ekynge1* Meruor., 4%, in what cases questions are to be taken for rejection. Where questions arc perfectly equivalent, so that the negative of the...decision of the one concludes necessarily the other. 4 Grey, 157. Thus the negative, of striking out amounts to the affirmative of agreeing; and therefore...

Senate Manual, Containing the Standing Rules and Orders of the United States ...

United States. Congress. Senate - 1905 - 583 σελίδες
...Grey, 14.9. And see Elsvngc's Mcmor., j.2, in what cases questions are to be taken for rejection. Where questions are perfectly equivalent, so that the negative...decision of the one concludes necessarily the other. 4. Grey, 157. Thus the negative of striking out amounts to the affirmative of agreeing; and therefore...

Constitution, Jefferson's Manual, the Rules of the House of Representatives ...

United States. Congress. House - 1883
...Grey, 149. And see Elsyngs't Memor., 42, in what cases questions are to be taken for rejection. Where questions are perfectly equivalent, so that the negative...leaves no other alternative, the decision of the one conclndes necessarily the other. 4 Grey, 157. Thns the negative of striking out amounts to the affirmative...

Parliamentary Law: With Forms and Diagram of Motions

Nanette Baker Paul - 1908 - 295 σελίδες
...befriend the antecedent proposition, and render it more worthy of support and adoption." RUFUS WAPLES. "When questions are perfectly equivalent so that the...leaves no other alternative, the decision of the one necessarily concludes the other." GREY. ie • jiiiimiiB^ i •OK ev^. ant: car. anc band. • iTn*i...

Congressional Serial Set

1911
...are perfectly equivalent, so that s 478. Eqmv.Kmt *he negative of the one amounts to the qnestions in affirmative of the other, and leaves no other alternative,...decision of the one concludes necessarily the other. 4 Grey, 157. Thus the negative of striking out amounts to the affirmative of agreeing; and therefore...

The Blue Book of the State of Wisconsin for ...

1905
...And see Шаупуе'и MCIIKJÍ-., 42, ¡u wuat eases questions are to be taken for rejection. Where questions are perfectly equivalent, so that the negative of the one amounts to the affirmative of the olher, and leaves no other alternative, the decision of the one concludes necessarily the other. 4...

The Clerk's Manual of Rules, Forms and Laws for the Regulations and Business ...

New York (State). Legislature - 1917
...and entire, that one of them being taken away the other may stand." Of Equivalent Questions " Where questions are perfectly equivalent, so that the negative...the one amounts to the affirmative of the other, and leave no other alternative, the decision of the one concludes necessarily the other. Thus, the negative...

United States Congressional Serial Set

1918
...questions are perfectly equivalent, so that i 478. Equivalent the negative of the one amounts to the in affirmative of the other, and leaves no other alternative,...decision of the one concludes necessarily the other. 4 Grey, 157. Thus the negative of striking out amounts to the affirmative of agreeing; and therefore...

Bolles' Manual for Business Corporation Meetings

Albert Sidney Bolles - 1918 - 517 σελίδες
...already been decided, but only its equivalent ; as, for example, where the negative of one question amounts to the affirmative of the other, and leaves no other alternative, these questions are the equivalents of one another, and a decision of the one necessarily concludes...

The Central Law Journal, Τόμος 49

1899
...can be carried by stating the question negatively. The questions are not perfectly equivalent. "Where questions are perfectly equivalent, so that the negative...decision of the one concludes necessarily the other. 4 Grey, 167." Page 163, rules cited. In the case of a law thus passed— the minutes constituting,...




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