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RECORDS, PRESS, AND PUBLIC

Morning Chronicle, and other leading newspapers, a collation which was often aided by the corrections of the speakers.
At the end of 1877, as the result of some discussion which had taken place in the house of commons on the system of parliamentary reporting, an arrangement was made between the chancellor of the exchequer and the Mr. Hansard of the day under which, in consideration of Mr. Hansard undertaking to maintain a staff of special reporters, to report fully certain points which might be passed over by ordinary newspaper reporters as of little interestto their readers, and to limit the annual subscription to the series, the treasury undertook to subsidize the publication from public money. Contracts of the same kind, but with varying terms, were renewed from time to time with Mr. Hansard and his successor, until the end of the year 1908.
But in that year the two houses of parliament, following the recommendations of a strong committee, determined to discontinue the system of subsidizing unofficial reports, and to appoint official reporters of their own. The new system came into operation at the beginning of the session of 1909. Each house has its own staff of reporters, and its own separate reports. The reports of each day's debates in the commons are distributed, m an unrevised form, by breakfast time next morning. The reports are made up to about 11 p.m. on the previous day, any reports of

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