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RECORDS, PRESS, AND PUBLIC

subsequent proceedings being reserved for the following number. The lords are more nervous about the form of their speeches, and do not allow them to be reported officially until opportunity has been given for their revision. Consequently their official reports do not appear until after a delay of two or three days. The new system appears to be working well, and it is a great convenience to members of the house of commons to have, in a handy form, official reports of each day's debates in time for use at the sitting of the following day.
In parliamentary language all persons who are not either members or officers of parliament are grouped together as strangers. In the days when reporting was an offence a reporter was a noxious variety of stranger who took notes which he had no business to take. Under the arrangements which have been made since, reporting has been recognized and encouraged and a distinction is drawn between reporters and visitors. In the house of commons seats are reserved for reporters, both the official reporters and the representatives of newspapers, in the gallery at the Speaker's end of the house, and accommodation for their comfort and convenience is provided in adjoining rooms.
The accommodation for visitors is provided in the gallery at the other end of the house, and in the ladies' gallery, above the reporters. In the gallery opposite the Speaker, the two

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