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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

means it would adopt for raising the money required. At the present day the estimates give, at the beginning of the session, a comprehensive survey of the needs of the year, and later on in the session the chancellor of the exchequer, by his budget statement, gives a comprehensive survey of the mode in which he proposes to meet these needs. But the old system has left its traces in the existing procedure.
The sittings of the committee of supply continue during the greater part of the session, and, under the existing standing orders, at least twenty days must be set apart for this purpose before the fifth of August in each year. But the business at these sittings is critical rather than financial, and will be dealt with as such under another head. As a consequence of the principle that money cannot be voted except on the request of the crown, the committee of supply cannot increase a grant asked for by the estimates. Nor can the committee alter the destination of a grant. What the committee does is to criticize the administration of money voted. Any such criticism must, in order to comply with the rules of the house, be based on a motion to reduce or reject a head or item in the estimates. But the real object of this motion is usually to elicit an explanation of the proposed expenditure, or to ventilate some grievance connected with it, and, if the answer is at all satisfactory, the motion is usually dropped. As

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