45. (1) The General Council shall establish an examining committee composed of ten members, one of whom it shall appoint chairman. The committee may sit in several divisions, each composed of not fewer than three members appointed by the chairman, who shall designate one of them as divisional chairman.
(2) The committee shall examine the record of every candidate for professional training, evaluation and entry on the Roll; it shall inquire as to whether the candidate has the required moral character, conduct, skills, knowledge and qualifications to practise the profession, and shall decide on his admission.
(3) The committee shall have, for its examination, all the powers of the Superior Court to compel, by summons signed by one of its members, the candidate, the witnesses for the candidate or any other person to appear, to answer under oath or solemn affirmation or to produce any document. The provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25) apply, adapted as required, for the purposes of this subsection.