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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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The Assembly Manual of the Wisconsin Legislature

Wisconsin. Legislature. Assembly - 1933
...equivalent, so that the § 368. Equivalent negative of the one amounts to the affirmquestions in ative 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 amounts to the affirmative of agreeing; and therefore...

The Clerk's Manual of Rules, Statutes, Procedures and Precedents Applicable ...

1885
...votes are recorded pa/ripastcu. OF EQUIVALENT QUESTIONS. " Where questions are perfectly equivalent, BO that the negative of 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...

Senate Manual Containing the Standing Rules, Orders, Laws, and Resolutions ...

United States. Congress. Senate - 1976
...questions are to be taken for rejection. Where questions are perfectly equivalent, so that the PM.2J negative of the one amounts to the affirmative of...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 - 1884
...Grey, 149. And see Elsyngtfs Memor., 42, 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...

Congressional Serial Set

1899
...Grey, 149. And see Elsynge's Afemor., 42, 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...

Senate Manual Containing the Standing Rules, Orders, Laws, and Resolutions ...

United States. Congress. Senate
...Grey, 149. And see Elsynge's Memor., 4%, 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...

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

1882
...Orey, 149. And see Elsynge's Memor., 4% in what cases questions are to be taken for relection. 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. Thus the negative of striking out amounts to the affirmative...

Manual for the Use of the Legislature of the State of New York for the Year ...

1862
...Grey, 149. And see Elsyiiye's Manor. 42, in wiiut cases questions are to be taken for rejection. 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. — 4 Grey, 157....

ELEMENTS OF THE LAW AND PRACTICE OF LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLIES IN THE UNITED ...

LUTHER STEARNS CUSHING - 1856
...342j Same, 20th Cong. 2d 8 Cong. Globe, XL 782. 60 1830. Questions are said to be equivalent, when the negative of the one amounts to the affirmative of the other, and leaves no alternative.1 Thus, in amendments, which furnish the most frequent examples of equivalent questions,...

THE DEBATES OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION; OF THE STATE OF IOWA ...

W. BLAIR LORD - 1857
...already b; en 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. The questions are the equivalents of one another, and a decision of the one necessarily concludes the other....




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