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ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE

order within the precincts of the house, regulates the admission of strangers, and, as housekeeper, looks after its domestic staff and arrangements.
The staff arrangements of the house of lords are somewhat different. The lord chancellor performs the functions assigned in the house of commons to the Speaker, but has not the same powers for maintaining order and controlling the course of debates. There is a lord chairman of committees, who presides over committees of the whole house, and who exercises considerable control over private bill legislation. The clerk of parliaments is the head of the staff of permanent clerks, signifies the assent of the king to legislation, and certifies with his own hand the accuracy of Acts when passed. The gentleman usher of the black rod, who has a yeoman usher to assist him, summons the commons when their attendance is required in the house of lords, and performs certain other functions, mostly ceremonial.
The house of commons delegates less of its work to committees than most legislatures, for, as has been previously explained, the socalled " committees of the whole house " are not committees in the ordinary sense of the term. But much work is done by many genuine committees. These include the standing committees on public bills, to which reference has been made in a previous chapter, the select committees on public bills or other

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