Senator Reed Smoot, R-UT, was caught in custody when a unanimous approval agreement, which he refused, was reached. It was a 1913 bill (p. 4043) prohibiting interstate trade in intoxicating spirits. A unanimous agreement was duly reached and announced by the President. Senator Smoot, who was in the Chamber, had planned to oppose it, but he was briefly distracted and did not disagree in time. For the next two days, the Senate debated the legality of the unanimous approval agreement and whether it could be changed by a unanimous new approval. In the end, the Speaker submitted the question of legitimacy to the Senate, which, by 40 votes to 17 (with 37 non-voting members), asked the Speaker to return to the Senate. When that was done, Senator Smoot opposed the agreement. Another unanimous agreement on the Liquor Act was quickly introduced by Senator Jacob Gallinger, NH. and accepted by the Senate.18 In non-legislative advisory bodies operating under Robert`s order regulations, unanimous approval is often used to expedite the consideration of non-controversial applications.    Sometimes it is used as a time-saving device, especially at the end of the session. Sometimes Members do not want a formal vote on this issue or they know that they would lose such a vote and do not feel the need to take the time to do so. Complex agreements create a tailor-made procedure for virtually everything the Senate accepts, such as bills, joint resolutions, simultaneous resolutions, simple resolutions, amendments, appointments, contracts or conference reports.
As two members of the Senate wrote on April 13, 1846, Allen returned to the floor. A vote on the Oregon issue is inevitable, he argued, so why not “approve the exact day the Senate votes.” Such a measure would be acceptable, said James Morehead of Kentucky, “provided it is not considered a precedent.” But he set a precedent. Senators agreed on a consensus and unanimously agreed to close the debate and declare a vote. In June, the Senate approved the contractual decisions, a territory was created, and in 1859, Oregon became our 33rd state. Scientists believe this is the first example of the Senate adopting a formal agreement on the UC. Other problems have also been related to these compacts. For example, senators argued that a motion to redo legislation was contrary to a unanimous approval agreement to vote on the bill.16 Some senators said that if they were not present, if a unanimous agreement was proposed, colleagues might oppose it. Subsequently, Senator Thomas Martin, VA, the so-called Democratic leader, said, “If approval is sought unanimously, if a senator present can oppose it, he cannot let his vote oppose it here. The Senate cannot do business with substitutes in this way. 17 If something is before the Assembly to act, for example. B A resolution is the right of every Member to have it read once.
 Another case of this requirement is the reading of the minutes. Unanimous approval is required not to be read. Any member can demand that the minutes be read and it should be done.  Objections are sometimes used as a delaying tactic.