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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

We are now in a position to understand the steps which must be taken by the government to obtain, with the co-operation of parliament, the necessary supplies for the year. The house of commons has to do two things each year : first, to authorize the expenditure of such money as has to be provided by the annual votes, and secondly, to authorize the imposition of such taxes, other than permanent taxes, as may be required to meet the expenditure. The two operations go on concurrently, but the former begins first. The former culminates in the Appropriation Act for the year, the latter in the Finance Act for the year.
The first step is taken outside parliament, and consists in the preparation by the spending departments of estimates of their expenditure for the ensuing financial year. These are prepared towards the end of the calendar are submitted to and scrutinized by the treasury, and are finally approved by the cabinet.
In order to make the estimates as accurate as possible, their preparation and submission to the house of commons is put off to the latest possible moment. But there are certain things, well known to the treasury, which the house cannot do until estimates have been submitted, and which must be done before the end of March when the financial year closes. Owing to the operation of these two factors, the normal parliamentary session

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