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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

a rule the estimates are passed as they are presented.
The exigencies of the public service make it necessary to grant money before the criticism of its administration is completed. Before the end of the financial year, i. e. before the end of March, the government must have enough money in hand to " carry on " with during at least a portion of the next financial year. The navy and army are allowed to apply temporarily the surplus on any of their votes to some other navy or army purpose, and therefore in their case it is sufficient to take two or three big votes before the end of March. In the case of the civil services no similar transfer of funds is allowed, and therefore it is necessary for their purposes to take a vote on account sufficient to cover any period which may be considered desirable. The remaining navy and army votes, and the civil service votes so far as they are not met by a vote on account, are discussed on the days set apart for the committee of supply during the remainder of the session, and any votes which have not been previously considered and disposed of are passed en bloc on the last day on which the committee sits. Besides the ordinary estimates for the year, it is often necessary to present estimates for supplementary or additional grants when the amount named in the ordinary estimate for a particular service is found to be insufficient for the purposes of the current year, or when a need arises

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