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As Clerk of the House of Assembly, Duff was well-respected by all parties, and much-admired for her graciousness and warm sense of humour.
Recommendation: The Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of Representatives should work with the Library's Chief Financial Officer to ensure that the Library documents and approves operating practices for its investment and reporting responsibilities supporting the Capitol Preservation Fund.
Senate Ethics Officer 2005- House of Commons Term Name Function (year) O'Brien, Audrey Elizabeth Clerk of the House of Commons 2005- First female Clerk of the House of Commons Bosc, Marc Deputy Clerk of the House of 2005- Commons Walsh, Robert R.
I regret that a consent form was then signed by the Serjeant at Arms without consulting the Clerk of the House," Mr Martin said.
Under the Federal Accountability Act, (12) the clerk of the House of Commons is not an accounting officer, though the agents of Parliament are.
Miller was sworn in as the new Clerk of the House of Representatives on February 15, 2007.
And be it further enacted, That the secretary of the Senate, and the clerk of the House of Representatives for the time being, shall, at the time of taking the oath or affirmation aforesaid, each take an oath or affirmation in the words following, to wit: "I, A.
Lending their reputations to the credibility of the plan are four other highly respected professionals: Professor Donald Savoie of the University of Moncton; former Clerk of the House of Commons Robert Marleau; Deputy Clerk Camille Monpetit; and former Auditor General Denis Desautels.
This was too much for the clerk of the House, who changed it to the more conventional 'by the Lords and Commons in Parliament'.
Within 15 days, the Clerk of the House of Representatives must inform each state governor of the number of representatives to which that state is entitled.
This was George Harvey, non-partisan chief clerk of the House Appropriations Committee.
House of Representatives is being developed by the clerk of the House, Jeff Trandahl, despite opposition from the chair of committee that would have to approve any such plan.
The Mervin and Tiefer books by contrast take a more dispassionate look from academia in the first case and the office of counsel to the clerk of the House in the latter.
The act requires lobbyists to file an initial registration statement with the secretary of the Senate and the clerk of the House, and then to file regular follow-up reports on a semiannual basis.