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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

work is left unfinished at the end of the session, it must be reappointed. Sometimes there is a joint committee of the two houses, consisting of members selected by and from each house. When the questions to be discussed raise political issues a parliamentary committee is usually preferred to a royal commission or departmental committee. A royal commission is appointed and constituted by the king on the advice of the minister representing the government department specially concerned with the questions to be considered. It has no power to compel the attendance of witnesses or the production of documents unless this power is conferred on it by a special Act of Parliament. On the other hand, its sittings and duration are independent of the sittings of parliament. A departmental committee is appointed and constituted by a minister of the crown to inquire into and report on some matter connected with the business of his department. Its functions and powers are much the same as those of a royal commission.
The papers laid before either house of parliament, under an order of the house, or on the initiative of a minister, the returns peri odically presented in pursuance of directions in Acts of Parliament, and the reports of committees and commissions, make up the formidable mass of official papers popularly known as " blue books."
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