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SITTINGS AND PROCEDURE

much time is allotted for the discussion of a clause or a group of clauses, or a particular stage, of a bill, and, at the expiration of this time, the necessary question or series of questions is put, all remaining amendments, except government amendments, being excluded. Attempts are always made so to arrange the time as to afford opportunity for discussing all the more serious issues raised by the bill, but these attempts are usually defeated by the prolongation of debate on minor points. I\TO one defends these orders as satisfactory. Neither party, when in power, has found itself able to do without them.
A considerable amount of time in the house of commons is occupied by the taking of divisions. The procedure is familiar to those who visit the house. A matter requiring decision is decided by means of a question put from the chair on a motion proposed by a member. When the question arises in the house, or in a committee of the whole house, the Speaker or chairman expresses his opinion as to whether the ayes or the noes have it. If his opinion is challenged by dissent.ier.t cries, he allows two minutes to elapse, in order to give time for members, who are summoned by the ringing of electric bells, to assemble from other parts of the building, and then puts the question again. If his opinion is again challenged he directs the ayes to go to the right and the noes to the

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