Order and Decorum in Debate

Recognition and Decorum

32. When a member is about to speak in debate or deliver any matter to the House, he shall rise in his place and respectfully address the presiding officer as "MR. SPEAKER," and, upon being recognized, shall proceed, confining himself to the question under debate, avoiding all personalities and indecorous or disrespectful language.
When a member arises and addresses the Chair, the Speaker may recognize him by name; but no member in debate shall designate another by name.