3.10 PRECEDENCE OF MOTIONS. While a question is under consideration, only the following motions may be received:
(1) To fix the time of adjournment
(2) To adjourn
(3) To lay on the table
(4) For the previous question
(5) To refer
(6) To postpone to a day certain
(7) To amend
(8) To postpone indefinitely
(9) To pass
The first four motions must be decided without debate.
The motions have precedence in the order listed, except that if the motion for the previous question has been properly made, and properly supported, and the main question ordered, the motion to lay on the table is not in order.
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