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The motion shall be decided forthwith, without debate or amendment. Any proceedings interrupted pursuant to this section of this Standing Order shall be deemed adjourned. When a Bill is read in the House the Clerk shall certify upon it the readings. After it is passed he or she shall certify the same, with the date, at the head of the Bill.
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Subject to Standing Order 78A, every Bill shall be read twice in the House before committal or amendment. Amendments to be reported. Amendments on report. Bills returned for further amendment. All amendments made in Committee shall be reported by the Chairperson to the House, which shall receive the same forthwith.
After report the Bill shall be open to debate and amendment, on a subsequent day, before it is ordered for a third reading. But when a Bill is reported without amendment it is forthwith ordered to be read a third time, at such time as may be appointed by the House. Whenever any Bill shall be presented to the Lieutenant-Governor for assent thereto, he or she may return the same by Message for the reconsideration of the Assembly, with such amendments as he or she may think fitting. When the order of the day for the third reading of any Bill is read, any Member desiring to recommit the same must move to discharge the order and to recommit the Bill, and, upon such motion being resolved in the affirmative, the Member shall give notice of the instructions proposed to be given if any , and such instructions shall not be taken into consideration before the next sitting of the House.
It shall be the duty of the Law Clerk of the House to revise all Bills after their first reading, and to certify thereon that the same are correct; and in every subsequent stage of such Bills the Law Clerk shall be responsible for the correctness of Bills, should they be amended. Whenever it is desired to amend a section or subsection in either a Public or Private Act, by deleting, substituting, or adding words to the said section or subsection, the whole or material part of the said section or subsection should be repealed and re-enacted as it is intended it should be read, unless the sense of the amendment be more plainly manifested by a simple deletion, substitution, or addition; and it shall be the duty of the Law Clerk to alter any Bill after its introduction, so as to comply with this rule, before the second reading thereof.
The offer of any money or other advantage to any Member of this House, for the promoting of any matter whatsoever depending or to be transacted in the House, is a high crime and misdemeanour, and tends to the subversion of the Constitution. If it shall appear that any person has been elected and returned a Member of this House, or endeavoured so to be, by bribery, or any other corrupt practices, this House will proceed with the utmost severity against all such persons as shall have been wilfully concerned in such bribery or other corrupt practice. A prorogation of the House shall not have the effect of nullifying an order or address of the House for returns or papers, but all papers and returns ordered at one Session of the House, if not complied with during the Session, shall be brought down during the following Session, without renewal of the order.
The Clerk of the House is responsible for the safe-keeping of all the papers and records of the House, and has the direction and control over all the officers and clerks employed in the offices, subject to such orders as he or she may from time to time receive from the Speaker or the House. The Clerk of the House shall place on the Speaker's Table every morning, previous to the meeting of the House, the order of the proceedings for the day. It is the duty of the officers of this House to complete and finish the work remaining at the close of the Session. Any person may apply for a Private Bill by filing with the Clerk of the House not later than 14 days after the opening of a Session:.
The Queen's Printer shall print all Private Bills, and the applicant shall pay the cost of such printing as and when prescribed by the Law Clerk. The fees, or any portion thereof, paid with respect to a Private Bill may be remitted by the Committee at its discretion. All fees shall be payable by certified cheque to the Minister of Finance of the Province of British Columbia.
A person who objects to a proposed Private Act and whose interest or property may be affected by it may be permitted to appear before the Committee provided that the applicant and the Committee shall first have received in writing at least 3 days' notice of the nature of such objection. The Committee may waive any requirements of the Standing Orders relating to the application and may.
Five calendar days' notice of any meeting for the consideration of a Private Bill by the Committee shall be posted in the lobbies by the Clerk of the House and printed in the Votes and Proceedings of the day of such posting and thereafter in Orders of the Day until the day after such meeting. All questions before the Committee are decided by majority of votes including the vote of the Chairperson. The Committee shall report Private Bills to the House in every case, and Private Bills amended by the Committee shall be reprinted before further consideration or report.
Any substantial variance between a Private Bill and the Notice for the same shall be reported to the House by the Committee. The Chairperson of the Committee shall sign a printed copy of the Bill with any amendments made and clauses added in Committee. A person may act as Parliamentary Agent upon receipt of a certificate from the Clerk of the House. The Clerk of the House shall publish Notice of the time for receiving applications for a Private Bill in The British Columbia Gazette and in such other newspapers from time to time as the Clerk may deem advisable.
A Private Bill Register shall be kept by the Law Clerk in which he or she shall enter the title of the Bill and the proceedings thereon. The Legislative Librarian shall maintain a catalogue of the Library and shall file an annual report to the House, through the Speaker, as soon as practicable after the opening of each Session. No person shall be admitted to the Library during a Sitting of the House, except the Lieutenant-Governor, the Members of the Executive Council and Legislative Assembly and their personally introduced guests, the Officers of the House and such other persons as may receive written permission from the Speaker.
During a Session of Parliament no books belonging to the Library shall be taken out of the building, except by the authority of the Speaker, or upon receipt given by a Member of the House. The management and control of the Legislative Library shall rest with the Speaker. The debates of the Legislative Assembly in the House and all Committees of the House shall be recorded by means of magnetic-tape recorders or other suitable recording devices in accordance with the following rules:.
Your petitioners respectfully request that the Honourable House [ take such action as may be deemed appropriate. The Committee will then determine if and when and upon what conditions if any the Bill will be placed on the Order Paper for Introduction and First Reading. In any voice vote a Member may ask the Chair to announce to the House or Committee that the motion in question was "carried or defeated on division" without an actual division being taken under Standing Order Upon the Chair so announcing, the Votes and Proceedings should record the fact accordingly.
Introductions should be brief, precise and non-argumentative, and not permitted whilst another Member is addressing the House, without the consent of such Member. Permit a statement not to exceed 2 minutes by the Member in charge of introduction of a Bill to explain its purpose. No further debate shall be permitted at this stage. Before moving the motions provided for in Standing Orders 16 4 , 60A and 78A there should be consultation between the Government and the Official Opposition.
A Member wishing to raise a question of privilege should, as a matter of courtesy, give the Speaker notice in writing within a reasonable time before raising the matter in the House. A Member proposing to move a motion under Standing Order 35 should, as a courtesy, give the Speaker notice in writing within a reasonable time before raising the matter in the House. A Member who wishes to speak as designated Member should advise the Chair as early as possible after the commencement of his or her speech.
This is complementary to the changes in the Standing Orders eliminating the Committee of Ways and Means and replaces 18 motions formerly required. Toggle navigation Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. Standing Orders Advanced Search. Standing Orders. Tuesday: Two distinct sittings: 10 a. Wednesday: p. Thursday: Two distinct sittings: 10 a. Hour of interruption.
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Conduct of Strangers House may be cleared. Conduct of strangers in House, Committees or galleries. The order of business for consideration of the House day by day, after the above routine, shall, unless otherwise ordered, be as follows: Monday 10 a. Public Bills in the hands of Private Members Private Members' Motions Private Bills Public Bills and Orders and Government Motions on Notice No division, on Orders of the Day, will be taken in the House or in Committee of the Whole during Private Members' Time, but where a division is requested, it will be deferred until thirty minutes prior to the ordinary time fixed for adjournment of the House on the Monday, unless otherswise ordered.
Statements Statements. Six Private Members shall be permitted a two minute statement each day immediately prior to Oral Question Period subject to the following guidelines: 1 A Member desiring to make a statement shall so advise his or her Whip 24 hours prior to the relevant day the statement is to be made. Government orders. Urgent Government business. Arrangement of Order Paper. The day-to-day precedence on the Order Paper for Bills of all classes shall be as follows: 1 Third reading; 2 Report; 3 Committee; 4 Adjourned debate on second reading; 5 Second reading.
Standing Order 29 is repealed.
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Standing Order 30 is repealed. Orders not taken up. Dropped orders. Business under consideration at interruption or adjournment to have precedence. Proceeding to the Orders of the Day. Adjournment of House or debate. Making statement. Written statement to Speaker. But on our return from the Crusade, or if we abandon it, we will at once do full justice according to the laws of Wales and the said regions. This matter shall be resolved by the judgment of his equals in our court.
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Let all men of our kingdom, whether clergy or laymen, observe them similarly in their relations with their own men. The barons shall elect twenty-five of their number to keep, and cause to be observed with all their might, the peace and liberties granted and confirmed to them by this charter. If we, our chief justice, our officials, or any of our servants offend in any respect against any man, or transgress any of the articles of the peace or of this security, and the offence is made known to four of the said twenty-five barons, they shall come to us — or in our absence from the kingdom to the chief justice — to declare it and claim immediate redress.
If we, or in our absence abroad the chief justice, make no redress within forty days, reckoning from the day on which the offence was declared to us or to him, the four barons shall refer the matter to the rest of the twenty-five barons, who may distrain upon and assail us in every way possible, with the support of the whole community of the land, by seizing our castles, lands, possessions, or anything else saving only our own person and those of the queen and our children, until they have secured such redress as they have determined upon. Having secured the redress, they may then resume their normal obedience to us.
Any man who so desires may take an oath to obey the commands of the twenty-five barons for the achievement of these ends, and to join with them in assailing us to the utmost of his power. We give public and free permission to take this oath to any man who so desires, and at no time will we prohibit any man from taking it. Indeed, we will compel any of our subjects who are unwilling to take it to swear it at our command.
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If one of the twenty-five barons dies or leaves the country, or is prevented in any other way from discharging his duties, the rest of them shall choose another baron in his place, at their discretion, who shall be duly sworn in as they were. In the event of disagreement among the twenty-five barons on any matter referred to them for decision, the verdict of the majority present shall have the same validity as a unanimous verdict of the whole twenty-five, whether these were all present or some of those summoned were unwilling or unable to appear.
The twenty-five barons shall swear to obey all the above articles faithfully, and shall cause them to be obeyed by others to the best of their power.
We will not seek to procure from anyone, either by our own efforts or those of a third party, anything by which any part of these concessions or liberties might be revoked or diminished. Should such a thing be procured, it shall be null and void and we will at no time make use of it, either ourselves or through a third party. We have in addition remitted fully, and for our own part have also pardoned, to all clergy and laymen any offences committed as a result of the said dispute between Easter in the sixteenth year of our reign i.
In addition we have caused letters patent to be made for the barons, bearing witness to this security and to the concessions set out above, over the seals of Stephen archbishop of Canterbury, Henry archbishop of Dublin, the other bishops named above, and Master Pandulf. Both we and the barons have sworn that all this shall be observed in good faith and without deceit. Witness the abovementioned people and many others.
Given by our hand in the meadow that is called Runnymede, between Windsor and Staines, on the fifteenth day of June in the seventeenth year of our reign i. The text in this article is available under the Creative Commons License. English translation of Magna Carta. Theme: Clauses and content Published: 28 Jul Translation of the full text of the original edition of Magna Carta from Latin into modern day English.
Which clauses were later omitted and which are still valid today? Notes on the English translation of Magna Carta The text of Magna Carta of bears many traces of haste, and is the product of much bargaining. TO ALL FREE MEN OF OUR KINGDOM we have also granted, for us and our heirs for ever, all the liberties written out below, to have and to keep for them and their heirs, of us and our heirs: 2 If any earl, baron, or other person that holds lands directly of the Crown, for military service, shall die, and at his death his heir shall be of full age and owe a 'relief', the heir shall have his inheritance on payment of the ancient scale of 'relief'.
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