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CONSTITUTION OF THE HOUSE

post of parliamentary under-secretary to a secretary of State, or to such departments as the board of admiralty, board of trade, or local government board vacate a seat, the technical reason being that these appointments are made, not by the king himself, but by the minister under whom the parliamentary secretary serves, and therefore the posts are not "offices under the Crown" within the meaning of the disqualifying statutes.
A member cannot resign his seat, but, if he wishes to retire from parliament, he takes advantage of these disqualifying statutes by asking for appointment to some old office to which nominal duties and emoluments are attached, and which he resigns as soon as his acceptance of it has made his seat vacant. The office usually selected for this purpose is that of steward or bailiff of His Majesty's three Chiltern Hundreds of Stoke, Desborough and Burnham, in the county of , Bucks. Acceptance of the Chiltern Hundreds is the door by which a member escapes when he wishes to retire from parliament before a general election.

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