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RECORDS, PRESS, AND PUBLIC

front rows of seats on one side of the clock are reserved for peers, and those on the other side for distinguished strangers. They are known as the peers' gallery and the special gallery. The other rows of seats for visitors are known as the members' gallery. There is also room for a few visitors under the special gallery. During the sitting of the house orders for admission to vacant seats in the members' gallery may be obtained from the admission order office in St. Stephen's Hall. If, however, a visitor wishes to secure a place in advance he must obtain what is called an order in advance through a member, and when there is a competition for seats, as often happens when an interesting debate is expected, members draw lots with each other for the privilege of giving these envied orders. Admission to the special gallery and under the gallery can only be obtained through a member. Under existing regulations only the relations of members are admitted to the ladies' gallery, and orders in advance are obtained through members. The accommodation in the ladies' gallery is scanty, but when there is space available " supplemental orders " of admission can be obtained during the sitting of the house from the serjeant-at-arms.
The history of the struggle between the house of commons on the one hand and the public and the press on the other, is a history of the survival of outworn forms and obsolete claims. Parliaments of the seventeenth

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