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CONSTITUTION OF THE HOUSE

such offices incompatible with a seat in the house of commons. Fortunately this Act was repealed before it came into operation; if it had remained law it would have made our present system of government impossible. The present state of the law depends on a series of complicated enactments, but its general effect is that some offices cannot be held by a member of the house of commons, whilst in other cases acceptance of the office by a member vacates his seat, and compels him to seek re-election, but, if he is re-elected, he can hold both the office and the seat together. The offices which cannot be held by a member of parliament include those of the higher judges, and those of the members of what is known as the permanent civil service, who retain their posts independently of any change in the government. The offices which involve re-election are the so-called political offices which are held by the ministers of the crown, who represent in the house the government of the day, and who resign their offices when there is a change of government owing to another party coming into power. Under the provisions of various statutes an exchange of one of these offices for another is an exception from the rule which vacates a member's seat when he accepts the office of a minister. Thus if the president of the board of trade become home secretary he does not thereby vacate his seat and require re-election. Nor does appointment to the

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