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THE ADMINISTRATION

new methods had to be invented to cope with the problems raised particularly by this department, both as a business and a profit-making service. But the growth of State economic activity in the twentieth century has expressed itself in many forms. Some, like the War-time Ministry of Supply, have followed similar lines to those of the Post Office. Others appear to be leading us back to the unco-ordinated mass of separately created boards, each with its own methods, that preceded the Northcote-Trevelyan reforms. This haphazard growth is rapidly posing new problems, or re-asserting old ones believed to have been solved by Civil Service organisation, and the need for new co-ordination is increasingly apparent. There are already more than a million employees of five such boards-the Port of London Authority, the Transport Commission, the B.B.C., the Central Electricity Board, and the Coal Board. And several other bodies exist with important functions, such as the Unemployment Assistance Board, the Airway Corporations, the Marketing Boards, the Electricity Commission, the Bank of England, the Forestry Commission, the Import Duties Advisory Committee, the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board.
The Mersey Docks and Harbour Board was set up by Act of Parliament as early as 1857 to control the port of Liverpool. It owns and runs the docks, and is entrusted with the conservancy of the lower river as well as the control of the harbour. Of its 28 members, 24 are elected by the direct consumers, the dock-ratepayers, and 4 are appointed by the Minister of Transport. The latter supervises its administration only to the point of fixing maximum charges, appointing a special auditor, and receiving an annual report. In imitation of this body the Port of London Authority was established

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