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cally in the form of bills. Of all these bills and legislative proposals only about 275 became law-the remainder found a burialplace in the committees to which they were consigned. Thus the total output of legislation did not differ much from that of an average English session, but the proportion between bills introduced and bills passed differed enormously.
In American bills the English distinction between government bills and private members' bills is, of course, absent, for the executive government is not represented in the house by any of its members. If the presic?ent, or if any of his ministers, wishes to have a particular bill introduced, he must apply to some unofficial member of congress, and the bill, when introduced, will take its chance with other bills.
Nor is there any distinction between public and private bills. The great majority of the bills introduced deal with local and personal questions and would be classed in England as private bills, and very many of them deal with some single matter such as the grant of a pension to a particular person or the frontage of a particular building. They are suggested by and designed to meet some individual case, not to effect any general change in the law. Many of them also deal with matters which in England would be left to executive orders and regulations. Where, as in the United States, a

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