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THE ADMINISTRATION

on similar lines in 1908, although, unlike the former, the Chairman of this Board receives a salary (5,000 pounds).
The Forestry Commission, modelled on the Ecclesiastical and Charity Commissions, has a Chairman appointed by the Government, and one Commissioner must be a Member of Parliament to answer questions in the Commons. He is unpaid. The Commission was created in 1919 to plant and maintain State forests, and it owns nearly a million acres. It has powers of compulsory purchase, and of planting, and carries out research and training, but is subject for its finances to the Treasury.
The British Broadcasting Corporation was established in I9iG, the renewed Charter receiving Parliamentary approval in 1936. Unlike many of the other boards directing socialised services, it is not saddled with debt resulting from heavy compensation to previous owners, and is thus freer to develop the broadcasting service of which it has a monopoly. It has seven governors appointed by the Government, that is to say by the Postmaster-General in consultation with the Prime Minister; but the number may be varied by Order in Council. A government department may require it to publish any matter. The Postmaster-General llas the power to forbid publication of any item, and he c~n also revoke the licence, under which the B.B.C. operates, in the event of its failure to fulfil its duties. He is responsible for its general policy, but not for details, and Parliamentary questions are in practice well-nigh impossible. The Chairman receives £3,000, other governors 1,000 pounds, and the Director £6,500 to £8,500.
The Central Electricity Board consists of a Chairman at £7,000 a year and seven membersl at £750, appointed by
t Who may not be Members of Parliament.

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