873. Finance Bills.

When all the resolutions proposed by the government for the imposition or alteration of taxes have been agreed to by the House of Commons an order is made for a bill embodying them to be brought in1. The annual Finance Bill, introduced in pursuance of this order, contains practically all the financial arrangements of the year for the provision of revenue2. In both Houses, the various stages of the Finance Bill are the same as those of any other public bill, but in the House of Commons, as the bill is brought in upon a financial resolution, no two