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THE MAKING OF LAWS

proposed amendments, they hear the arguments of counsel, take evidence from witnesses, and consider reports from public departments. In fact their work, though in form legislative, would in many other countries be considered administrative, and would be dealt with, on administrative principles, by some department of the executive government.
When a private bill has been reported by a committee to the house, the report has to be considered by the house, and the bill has to be read a third time and passed, as in the case of a public bill. But here again, opposition is rare except on some grounds of general principle. The practice and usage of each house of parliament is to consider that the questions raised by private bills can be more satisfactorily settled by a small special committee than by a large assembly.
Private bill legislation is expensive. The fees payable under the standing orders of each house are high, and still higher are the charges of parliamentary counsel and parliamentary agents. But the tendency of this legislation is to decrease in volume and importance. General Acts, such as the Public Health Act of 1875 and its successors, have superseded many of the provisions which used to be inserted in special Acts, and many things which used to require the authority of a special Act can now be effected by means of the much less expensive machinery of a provisional order. This is an order made by

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