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THE ADMINISTRATION

THE Cabinet is normally linked with the administration by the presence within it of the heads of from sixteen to nineteen ministries. Certain subordinate departments are not represented, such as those for overseas trade, pensions, and mines. Others, like transport, the Post Office, and the Office of Works, are sometimes in and sometimes out. The persons employed in these departments, regarded as a whole, have been assimilated under the control of the Civil Service Commission and the Treasury, which determine their appointment and remuneration, and they are known as the Civil Service.
But the departments, and the civil servants within them, do not perform the whole work of public administration. There are also certain other bodies, such as the Forestry, Charity, and Ecclesiastical Commissions, which have a Member of Parliament upon them to answer for them in the House of Commons, this representative being appointed by the Government. In addition we must to-day include a variety of boards, regulating or controlling special services, within the administration. And finally, local authorities, because they administer services under central direction and exercise powers centrally granted, must also be regarded as a part of the national administration.
Clearly, however, if the ministries are not the whole administration, they are far the most important part of it. , Their functions may be said to be four. A department must answer for its administration to the public, or more exactly

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