Parliamentary Procedure and Practice: With an Introductory Account of the Origin and Growth of Parliamentary Institutions in the Dominion of Canada (Classic Reprint)
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I. Senators, p. 105. II. Introduction of Senators, p. 109. III. The House of Commons, p. 110. IV. Election of Members, p. 111. V. Trial of Controverted Elections, p. 117. VI. Issue of Writs, p. 123. VII. Dual Representation, p. 124. VIII. Independence of Parliament, p. 128. IX. Resignation of Members, p. 137. X. Introduction of Mem bers, p. 141. XI. Attendance of Members, p. 145. XII. Members' Indemnity, p. 146. XIII. Expulsion and Disqualification of Mem bers, p. 148. XIV. Suspension, p. 153. XV. Questions affecting Mem bers referred to Select Committees, p. 154. XVI. Places in the House, p. 155.
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