ART. 144.

1. An actual meeting of Congress or any of its committees, constitutional commissions or
   committees or divisions thereof, or of any provincial board or city or municipal
   council or board; and
2. That the offender does any of the following acts
     a. he disturbs any of such meetings
     b. he behaves while in the presence of any such bodies in such a manner as to
        interrupt its proceedings or to impair the respect due it.


Complaint may be filed by a member of the legislative body.

One who disturbs may also be punished for contempt by Congress.