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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

the committee of ways and means, which can reject or amend any resolution, but cannot, except at the instance of a minister of the crown, increase the amount proposed to be raised by taxes. When the resolutions have been passed by the committee and agreed to by the house, they form the foundation of a bill which goes through the same stages as other bills, and which, when it becomes law, is known as the Finance Act.
Formerly it was the practice to have several taxing Acts for each year. Different taxes or sets of taxes, and proposals relating to revenue administration and the national debt, were dealt with by different measures. It was in pursuance of this practice that Gladstone's proposal in 1860 to repeal the paper duties was embodied in a separate bill. But the rejection of this bill by the house of lords led to an alteration of practice. The lords had always asserted the right to reject money bills, but had never ventured to amend them. In order to make the exercise of this right of rejection more difficult, Gladstone in 1861 brought in a comprehensive taxing bill, dealing with all the taxes which were to be imposed or continued, and including a repeal of the paper duties. The practice thus established has ever since been continued, and has been developed. Until 1894 the taxing Act of the year was known as the Customs and Inland Revenue Act. In that year its title was changed to the Finance Act, a title which

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