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CHAPTER IV
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

Finance.
THE earliest function of parliament was to provide money for the use of the State, and this is still the most indispensable function of the house of commons.
The general principles which govern the financial action of parliament cannot be stated better than in the language, often quoted, of Sir Erskine May.
" The crown, acting with the advice of its responsible ministers, being the executive power, is charged with the management of all the revenues of the country, and with all payments for the public service. The crown therefore, in the first instance, makes known to the commons the pecuniary necessities of the government, and the commons grant such aids and supplies as are required to satisfy these demands, and provide by taxes, and by the appropriation of other sources of the public income, the ways and means to meet the supplies which are granted to them. Thus the crown demands money, the commons grant it, and the lords assent to the grant. But

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