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ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE

precedents, rulings and the orders of the house are insufficient or uncertain guides, he has to consider what course would be most consistent with the usages, traditions and dignity of the house, and the rights and interests of its members, and on these points his advice is usually followed, and his decisions are very rarely questioned. Much, no doubt, depends on the personal character and qualities of the Speaker, his experience, his readiness, his tact, his knowledge of the ways and habits of members; but for many generations the deference habitually paid to the occupant of the chair has been the theme of admiring comment by foreign observers.
The Speaker's symbol of office is the mace, which is carried before him when he formally leaves and enters the house, and remains on the table while he occupies the chair. He has an official residence in the palace of Westminster, and an official salary which, like the salaries of judges, is not paid out of the votes but is charged on the consolidated fund and therefore cannot be questioned when the annual votes are under discussion. When he retires from office he usually receives a pension and a peerage.
Besides the Speaker, two other members of the house of commons receive salaries as officials of the house. These are the chairman and the deputy-chairman of ways and means, who ordinarily take the chair at meetings of committees of the whole house, and each of

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