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


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Disbursements.
Rent of Hall$80.00
Electric lights22.00
Stationery and Printing15.00
Repair of Furniture10.00
Janitor60.00$187.00
Balance on hand March 31, 1914
49.25
Total
$236.25
SMTreasurer.
Examined and found correct.
RVAuditing Committee.
JL
Art. XI.   Miscellaneous.

Session 63.
Quorum 64.
Order of Business 65.
Nominations and Elections 66.
Constitutions, By-laws, Rules of Order, and Standing Rules     67.
Amendments of Constitutions, By-laws, and Rules of Order 68.

63. A Session

   of an assembly is a meeting which, though it may last for days, is virtually one meeting, as a session of a convention; or even months, as a session of Congress; it terminates by an “adjournment sine die (without day).” The intermediate adjournments from day to day, or the recesses taken during the day, do not destroy the continuity of the meetings, which in reality constitute one session.



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