Parliament of Canada Act
52.5 (1) The Board may make by-laws
(a) respecting the calling of meetings of the Board and the conduct of business at those meetings;
(b) governing the use by members of the House of Commons of funds, goods, services and premises made available to them for the carrying out of their parliamentary functions;
(c) prescribing the terms and conditions of the management of, and accounting for, by members of the House of Commons, of funds referred to in paragraph (b) and section 54; and
(d) respecting all such things as are necessary or incidental to the exercise of its powers and the carrying out of its functions.
Marginal note:Speaker to table by-laws
(2) The Speaker shall table before the House of Commons the by-laws made under this section on any of the first thirty days after the making thereof.
Marginal note:Speaker to make by-laws available
(3) When the House of Commons is not sitting, the Speaker shall cause the by-laws made under this section to be deposited with the Clerk of that House and such by-laws shall thereupon be deemed to have been tabled before the House of Commons.
Marginal note:By-laws not statutory instruments
(4) By-laws made under this section shall be deemed not to be statutory instruments for the purposes of the Statutory Instruments Act.
- 1991, c. 20, s. 2
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