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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

regulated by standing laws, the other by annual votes or appropriations. The public expenditure of the country is divided into two separate and distinct general heads, which are known in treasury language as the consolidated fund charges and the annual supply charges. The first head includes the more permanent charges, which havebeen authorized by parliament to be paid from time to time when due, the treasury being responsible for the time and mode of payment. The second head comprises the charges annually granted by parliament and thus brought under its immediate cognizance and control. Payments falling under the first head are described in statutory language as being made out of the consolidated fund. Payments under the second head are described as being made out of moneys provided by parliament. The terminology is rather confusing to one not familiar with treasury larrguage and parliamentary procedure, because, as has been explained, all payments authorized by parliament, whether by permanent or by temporary appropriations, are made out of the consolidated fund. But the distinction is important, and materially affects the work of parliament.
The permanent charges include the annual charges for the national debt, for the civil list (that is to say, for the amounts granted at the beginning of each reign to defray the personal and household expenses of the king and queen and their family and the salaries of their

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