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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

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It will be remembered that the house of commons cannot vote money except in pursuance of a request or demand from the crown. The demand for the money which has to be voted each year by the house of commons is embodied in the king's speech on opening parliament at the beginning of the session. The king, specially addressing the house of commons, demands the annual supply for the public service, and acquaints the commons that estimates will be laid before them of the amount that will be required. These estimates are presented to the house by the government as soon as practicable afterwards. They are not submitted to the house of lords, for that body has no concern with them.
The ordinary annual estimates for the coming financial year are presented in three parts or divisions, each comprising one of the three branches of the public service, namely, the navy, the army and the civil services. Each estimate contains, first, an estimate of the total grant thereby demanded, and then a statement of the detailed expenditure under each grant, divided into subheads or items.
At the beginning of each session, as soon as the address in reply to the king's speech has been agreed to, the house of commons sets up two committees, the committee of supply and the committee of ways and means. These committees are committees of the whole house,

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