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THE MAKING OF LAWS

stage. Under the present rules, when a bill has been read a second time it is sent to one of the standing committees on bills, unless it falls under certain exceptions, or the house makes an order that it be considered by some other kind of committee.
There are four of these standing committees. One of them is for the consideration of public bills relating exclusively to Scotland, and must include all the members representing Scottish constituencies. The other three are constituted by the committee of selection, which is one of the committees appointed for each session by the house, and the same committee of selection also reinforces the committee on Scottish bills by adding to it some other members. The minimum number of each standing committee is sixty, and the quorum for business is twenty.
If a bill does not go to a standing committee, it usually goes to what is called a committee of the whole house, but is really the house itself, transacting its business in a less formal manner, with the Speaker's chair vacant, and sitting under the presidency of a chairman, who occupies the chair at the table which is occupied by the clerk of the house when the Speaker is present. These so-called committees of the whole house, corresponding to what are called " committees of the whole " in the United States, came into existence at the beginning of the seventeenth century. The more important bills were then sent to

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