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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

The asking of questions is not the only mode in which the house can obtain information from or through the government. It can, on the motion of any member, obtain returns supplying such information on matters of public importance as is obtainable through departments of the government. A motion for a return may be opposed on grounds of public policy, such as that the disclosure of the information sought is not for the public interest, or that its supply would involve unreasonable labour and expense, but much information thus sought is periodically supplied in the form of " unopposed returns." The government can also, and frequently does, on its own initiative, lay papers before the house, papers technically known as "command papers " because they are supposed to be presented by command of the king. Other methods of obtaining information are the appointment of a parliamentary committee, of a royal commission, or of a departmental committee, and these methods are often adopted, at the instance of parliament, when the object is to collect, consider and formulate suggestions for legislative or administrative reforms. A parliamentary committee is appointed and constituted by an order of the house, and is armed by the house with the power of requiring the attendance of witnesses and the production of papers. It cannot sit except when the house is sitting, and is appointed for one session only, so that if its

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