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THE HOUSE OF LORDS

into operation it was amended by an Act of 1876 which restored the appellate jurisdiction of the house of lords and provided for its exercise by four salaried lords of appeal in ordinary. These lords of appeal were intended to be official peers and to hold their peerages only during their tenure of office, for the decision in the Wensleydale case that the grant of a peerage for life would not entitle the grantee to a seat in the house of lords was then still fresh in men's memories, and it was deemed expedient to draw a distinction between official peerages and life peerages. But eleven years afterwards this distinction was removed, and an Act of 1887 enabled retiring lords of appeal to retain their peerages during their life. Hence it is that the five life peers who are now in the house of lords include one former lord of appeal.
The Act of 1876 provides that no appeal can be heard by the house of lords unless at least three persons with specified legal qualifications are present. But the judgment is still, technically, the judgment of the house of lords; the Act does not disqualify any member of that house for the exercise of judicial functions ; and any peer, however unlearned, may, in theory, attend and take an active part in the proceedings of an appeal. What would be the result of his attempting to do so is another question. The position is interesting, because it illustrates the possibility of the house of lords delegating

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