See also:pro-vision; more particularly the
See also:money granted by a legislature to carry on the
See also:work of
See also:government . In the
See also:Kingdom the granting of supply is the exclusive right of the
See also:House of
See also:Commons, and is carried out by two committees of the House, one of supply and the other of ways and means (see PARLIAMENT) . In the United States supply originates in the House of Representatives (see UNITED STATES: Appropriation) . In Scotland commissioners of supply were
See also:officers appointed to assess and collect the
See also:land tax offered as supply to the
See also:sovereign . Under the Lands Valuation (Scotland)
See also:Act 1854 all owners of
See also:property of a certain value were qualified as commissioners of supply . Their duties were also enlarged to comprise the general administration of the
See also:country, but by the
See also:Local Government (Scotland) Act 1889 all their
See also:powers and duties were transferred to and vested in the
See also:county council . They still meet annually, but transact only formal business .
MILITARY SUPPLY AND TRANSPORT
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