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THE MAKING OF LAWS

here. It is with the making of statute law that parliament is concerned. The gradual change in the form of parliamentary legislation, by which legislation on petition was transformed into legislation by bill, has been described in an earlier chapter.
In dealing with the work of legislation, as conducted under modern rules of procedure, it may be convenient to begin by describing, very briefly, the stages through which a bill, that is, a project of law, or a proposed law, must pass before it obtains the king's assent, becomes an Act of Parliament, and acquires the force of law. VVe will suppose that it is a public bill, that is, a bill for the alteration of the general law, as distinguished from a private bill, the nature of which will be explained later on, and that it makes its start in the house of commons, not in the house of lords.
Any member of the house of commons may introduce a bill into that house, or move the house for leave to introduce it. Until recently this motion for leave, which was rarely refused, was the preliminary step far introduction of a bill, and the old practice is still usually followed in the case of the more important measures introduced by the government, and sometimes in the case of bills introduced by private members. But, under an alteration of rules made in 1902, any member may now present a bill, after giving formal notice of his intention to do so. If he has obtained the

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