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THE MAKING OF LAWS

ture proposed, have also to be deposited before particular dates, and in particular places specified by the standing orders of the two houses of parliament. Detailed provision for all these matters is made by the standing orders, and there are officers who are charged with the duty of seeing that the requirements of these standing orders have been complied with before a private bill is introduced into either house. If these requirements have been complied with, the bill may be presented and read a first time, and it is for the house to say, as in the case of a public bill, whether it shall be read a second time or not. As a rule the second reading of a private bill is not refused except on the ground that it raises some question of general principle which ought to be decided before the bill is allowed to go further. If it is read a second time it is referred to a small committee, usually of four members. Every private bill has a preamble stating the reasons for which recourse to this form of legislation is considered expedient, and the first business of the committee is to consider whether, in their opinion, the preamble is proved-in other words, whether there is a sufficient case for legislation. If they are satisfied on this point they go through the clauses of the bill, make such amendments as they think desirable, and report the bill to the house. The proceedings of the committee are of a judicial nature, and, both on the preamble, and on the clauses and the

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