Certain qualifications of a property character being required of persons who tender themselves as bail, when such persons have justified, i.e., established their sufficiency by satisfying the court that they possess the requisite qualifications, a rule or order of court is made for their allowance, and the ball is then said to be perfected, i.e., the process of giving bail is finished or completed. Brown. Perfeotum est oui nihil deest secundum suss perfeetionis vel naturae mo-dnm. That is perfect to which nothing is wanting, according to the measure of its perfection or nature. Hob. 151.