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ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE

matters, and the small committees on private bills. They also include the sessional committees which the house appoints every* session for the transaction of particular branches of its business, such as the committee of public accounts; the committee of selection which appoints the members of many committees and makes arrangements for the distribution of their business; the local legislation committee, whose functions with respect to private bills have been explained in a previous chapter ; and the committee on kitchen and refreshment rooms, whose functions require no explanation.
These committees usually sit in the mornings during hours when the house is not sitting, and attendance at them imposes a severe tax on the time of many members and adds materially to their labours. The work done by them, and especially by their chairmen, is of the highest value, and is appreciated by the house, though it does not come much before the public eye. There is no more useful member of the house than a competent, tactful and painstaking chairman of committees.
The other aspect of the organization of the house is of greater interest. What is it that makes the house a living organism, instead of a congeries of atoms? What are the forces which discipline its members, and regulate and co-ordinate its daily work ? The answers to these questions are to be found

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