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SITTINGS AND PROCEDURE

members, but the burden was mitigated by a new standing order of 1888, the 12 o'clock rule, which terminated ordinary business at midnight. The normal hour for stopping, or, as it is technically called " interrupting," business was thrown back from 12 to 11 in 1306.
Under existing arrangements the house meets at 2.45 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Immediately after prayers the house takes small items of formal business, such as the unopposed stages of private bills, motions for unopposed returns, and the presentation of any petitions which members may desire to present orally instead of putting them in one of the old fashioned carpet bags behind or near the Speaker's chair. Three quarters of an hour, or possibly more, are then devoted to the asking and answering of questions addressed to ministers, but these must, subject to certain limited exceptions, be finished by 3.45, so that the regular business of the day, the public business set down on the notice paper, usually begins shortly before 4 p.m. and continues until 11. After that hour opposed business cannot be taken, unless it belongs to a special " exempted " class, or unless the 11 o'clock rule has been suspended by order of the house. This not unfrequently happens under pressure of business, but, as a rule, members now get home much earlier than under the old system.

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