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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

it has ever since retained. Under that title it usually includes, not only all the taxes imposed or continued for the financial year, but such fiscal regulations as may be required in relation either to the revenue or to the national debt. But some of these regulations are occasionally embodied in a separate supplemental measure.
Taxation is not the only way in which money is raised for the needs of the State. As in the case of all other business concerns, it is also necessary to .borrow, either in anticipation of the ordinary receipts of the year, or to meet expenditure which cannot reasonably be expected to be defrayed out of the income of the year. Every consolidated fund Act and every appropriation Act contains a provision empowering the treasury to borrow money by short loans in the form of treasury bills, or otherwise, to the extent of the expenditure authorized by the Act. Loans of this kind form the great mass of the floating debt, and it was by the help of such loans that the government was able to carry on its work for some time after the rejection of the Finance Bill in 1909. Loans for longer periods require special legislation, which has to be preceded by resolutions similar to those which precede an ordinary finance bill.
If we ask how far the control of the house of commons over expenditure and taxation is effective, the answer will probably be, that over irregularity of expenditure the system of

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