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114 MARYLAND MANUAL.

RULE IV.

In case of any disturbance or disorderly conduct in the lobby
the Speaker (or Chairman of the Committee of the Whole
House) shall have power to order the same to be cleared.

RULE V.

No person shall be admitted within the bar of the House but
members of the Executive and Judicial Departments, mem-
bers of the Senate, ex-Governors, former members of the
Legislature, and such other persons as may be invited by the
Speaker.

OF THE ORDER OF BUSINESS.

RULE VI.

1. The presentation and disposition of Petitions, Memorials,
Applications and other papers.

2. Introduction of orders.

3. Leaves to introduce bills.

4. Unfinished business.

5. Introduction of resolutions.

6. Reports of Standing Committees.

7. Reports of Select Committees.

8. Bills entitled to a second reading.

9. Bills entitled to a third reading.

The order of the day will then be taken up for considera-
tion, which last shall not be taken up before 12 o'clock, unless
all the ordinary business shall have been previously disposed
of, and shall, after that hour, have preference over all ordinary
business.

When a bill, resolution, order or other matter has been
made the Order of the Day at a particular hour, it shall not
be permitted to interfere with the regular order of business
down to No. 7 of said Order, should said regular order run
over the hour named; but shall in such case have precedence


 

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