(a) The order of business of the Senate shall be as follows:
(1) Reading, correction, and approval of the journal.
(2) Reports of committees of reference.
(3) Reports of special committees.
(4) Messages from the House of Representatives.
(5) Messages from the Revisor.
(6) Introduction of resolutions and memorials.
(7) Introduction of bills and first reading by title.
(8) Third reading of bills.
(9) General orders.
(10) Consideration of resolutions and memorials.
(11) Messages from the Governor and other state officers.
(12) Other business.
(b) When the Senate has proceeded to the general orders of the day, no other business, unless it be a special order, shall be in order until the general orders have been disposed of.
(c) Except as otherwise provided in Rules 3 (b), 6, 7, 9 (b), 9 (c), and 25 (b), the Senate may at any time, by the affirmative vote of a majority of all members present, proceed out of order to any order of business or return to an order already passed.
(d) Notice of recall of a bill by the House shall be read immediately upon receipt if such bill then be under consideration by the Senate, otherwise upon conclusion of the business then before the Senate, and thereafter the Senate shall take no action on such bill. Such bill shall automatically be returned to the House without the necessity of a motion or vote.