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THE HOUSE OF LORDS

It must be observed that these are claims by the house of commons, claims which have not been formally admitted by the other house, and which have not taken the form of rules embodied in any law or standing order binding on that house. But they have been recognized and relied on by leading members of the house of lords, on both sides of the house, have been generally observed in the practice of both houses, and, so far as constitutional law depends on usage and practice, may be treated as forming part of the constitutional law of the country.
It must be further observed that the application of these general rules to particular cases may and often does give rise to questions of difficulty and complexity, and that to insist too strictly on adherence to them would often cause much practical inconvenience. What is a" charge on the people"? How far ought one to pursue possible consequences and results in considering whether such a charge or burden is imposed? What is exactly meant by the administration or application of money raised by a charge ? All administration involves, or may involve, expenditure of public money, and would not a too literal interpretation of these words hamper the legislative action of the house of lords in a way which is neither intended nor desirable ? Questions of this kind have frequently been raised for the consideration both of the Speaker and

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