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Special Report from the Select Committee on the Civil List.

P. 607

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Report from the Select Committee on the Civil List ; with the

Proceedings of the Committee, and an Appendix. 611

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COMMONS:
Report from the Select Committee on Commons ; with the
Proceedings of the Committee and Minutes of Evidence.'

639

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CREMATION BILL:
Report from the Standing Committee on Law, and Courts of

Justice, and Legal Procedure, on the Cremation Bill ; with
the Proceedings of the Committee.

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FIRST

R E PORT

FROM THE

COMMITTEE

OF

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.

Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,

6 March 1901.

LONDON:
PRINTED FOR HIS MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE,

BY WYMAN AND SONS, LIMITED, FETTER LANE, E.C.

And to be purchased, either directly or through any Bookseller, from
EYRE AND SPOTTISWOODE, EAST HARDING STREET, FLEET STREET, E.C., and

32, ABINGDON STREET, WESTMINSTER, S.W.; or
JOHN MENZIES & Co., ROSE STREET, EDINBURGH, and

90, WEST NILE STREET, GLASGOW; or
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1901.

COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.

Ordered,-[ Tuesday, 26th February 1901]:- That the Committee of Public Accounts do consist of Fifteen Members.

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That the Committee have power to send for Persons, Papers, and Records.

FIRST REPORT.
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THE COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS have made Progress in the Matters referred to them, and have agreed to the following FIRST REPORT :-

1. Your Committee have to report that during the financial year 1899--1900 Expenditure in Excess of the amount granted by Parliament has been incurred under the following Votes :

£. d. Class I., Vote 11.-Peterhead Harbour

2 Class I., Vote 12.---Rates on Government Property

30

6 ('lass VI., Vote 4.--Hospitals and Charities, Ireland

+ 9 2 Revenue Departments, Vote 33. - Post Office

33,650 7 :3

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2. These excesses will be met almost entirely by Appropriations in Aid, and Parliament will only be requireil to Vote the sums of

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For these sums the sanction of Parliament will be required.

3. Your Committee see no objection to these sims being provided for by Excess

Votes.

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Ordered, by The Honse of Commons, to be Primird.

6 March 1901.

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