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some department of the government, such as the Local Government Board, or the Board of Trade, after the publication of local notices and the holding of a loct.l inquiry, and containing provisions of the same nature as those inserted in a private bill. When it has been made by the department it requires confirmation by parliament. For the purpose of obtaining this confirmation a minister representing the department concerned introduces a bill confirming the order, or a batch of orders, and this bill goes through the same stages as an ordinary private bill. Of course it may be opposed, and if it is opposed at the committee stage much expense may be incurred. But as a rule the preliminary local inquiry suffices for the consideration and satisfaction of objections, and the great majority of provisional order confirmation bills pass through parliament without opposition.
It is not always easy to draw the line between public and private bills, nor is it always easy to determine, as a matter of legislative discretion, in what cases it is expedient to allow private Acts to make local modifications of the general law. Much useful general legislation has been preceded and facilitated by Acts which have enabled experiments to be tried locally. But it is obvious that legislation of this kind requires careful watching, and the house of commons now appoints in each session a special committee, called the local legislation committee,

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and refers to it all private bills promoted by municipal or other local authorities by which it is proposed to create powers relating to police, sanitary, or other local government regulations in conflict with, deviation from, or in excess of the provisions of the general law.

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