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


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To grant leave to speak after indecorum 21
A request of any kind 27
To take up a question out of its proper order                      22
To suspend the rules 22
To lay on the table 28
To take from the table 35
To reconsider 36
The previous question 39
To postpone indefinitely 34
To amend an amendment 33
To fill a blank 33
A nomination 66
  A motion to adopt a resolution or a by-law may be amended by adding, “and that it be printed and that members be supplied with copies,” or, “that they go into effect at the close of this annual meeting,” or anything of a similar kind. Under each of the privileged, incidental, and subsidiary motions, it is stated whether or not the motion may be amended, and, when necessary, the way in which it may be amended is explained. An amendment to anything already adopted is not a subsidiary motion. The matter to be amended is not pending and is therefore not affected by anything done with the amendment, provided it is not adopted. Such an amendment is a main motion subject to amendments of the first and second degrees. If the motion is to strike out an entire resolution that has been adopted, it is usually called to Rescind and is explained under that head [37]. If the motion is to amend a by-law, etc., it will be found under Amendments of Constitutions, By-laws, etc. [68]. Minutes are usually amended (corrected)



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