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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

ture of a subsequent year, or toward some special expenditure. The same Act of 1875 imposes on the consolidated fund a permanent annual charge for the payment of interest on the national debt, and directs that any surplus not required for the payment thus directed is to be applied by the national debt commissioners towards the redemption of the debt. This surplus over the permanent annual charge is known as the new sinking fund. The amount of this permanent annual charge was fixed by the Act of 1875 at £28,000,000, but has been varied since.
The observance of the rules, statutory and other, which regulate payments out of the consolidated fund is watched over by a permanent officer called the comptroller and auditor general. He holds office during good behaviour, subject to removal by the crown on an address from the two houses of parliament. He cannot be a member of either house. His salary is fixed by statute and charged on the consolidated fund. Thus he is independent both of parliament and of the executive government of the day. His double name indicates his dual functions. He controls the payments out of the consolidated fund by taking care that nothing is taken out of that fund without due authority. He subsequently audits the authorized expenditure, and satisfies himself that each payment was applied to the purpose to which it was appropriated.

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