In the practice of the courts, '' a recess is a short interval or period of time during which the court suspends business, but without adjourning. See In re Gannon, 69 Cal. 541, 11 Pac. 240. Iu legislative practice, a recess is the interval, occurring in i consequence of an adjournment, between the sessions of the same continuous legislative body; not the interval betweeu the final adjournment of one body and the convening of another at the next regular session. See Tipton v. Parker, 71 Ark. 193, 74 S. W. 298.
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