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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

that is to say, they are not committees in the ordinary sense of the word, nor smaller bodies to which the house refers some matter for inquiry or consideration and report, or delegates some function, but merely, as explained in a previous chapter, the house itself transacting its business in a less formal manner, with the Speaker's chair vacant, and under the presidency of a chairman who sits at the table. The business of the committee of supply is to consider the estimates, and to vote such grants of money as appear to be required. The committee of ways and means has two functions. It has to pass resolutions authorizing the imposition of any taxes which may be required. And it has to pass resolutions authorizing the issue out of the consolidated fund of the sums required to meet the grants voted by the committee of supply. The first of these functions is important, and will be considered in connection with the budget. The other function is merely formal and consequential, and amounts to little more than authorizing cheques to be drawn for the expenditure already agreed to.
The committees of supply and ways and means date from the reign of Charles I, and at that time supply and ways and means went more closely hand in hand than they do at present. The house would consider, in one committee, how much it would grant the king for some particular need, and, immediately afterwards, in another committee, what

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