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SITTINGS AND PROCEDURE

not constitute, and were never intended to constitute, a code. They merely supplement, explain, and alter, in a few particulars, the customary law of the house.
It was the great and rapid growth of parliamentary business, and especially of the business for which the executive government must assume responsibility, that brought the reform of procedure to the forefront after 1832. At a later date the artistic development of what is known as obstruction made it necessary to confer on the Speaker, the chairman, and the house larger powers of dealing with deliberate efforts to clog the working of the parliamentary machine.
Under the old practice of the house the Speaker and the chairman of committees had, and exercised, powers for checking irrelevance, prolixity, repetition and obstruction, for preventing the abuse of dilatory motions, and for maintaining order and decorum. It is these powers that have now been defined and strengthened by standing orders. If a member is guilty of grossly disorderly conduet, the Speaker or the chairman of a committee of the whole house can order him to withdraw from the house. If a member disregards the authority of the chair, or abuses the rules of the house by persistently and wilfully obstructing its business, he can be " named " for the offence by the Speaker or by the chairman of a committee of the whole house, and the house can, on motion

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