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THE ADMINISTRATION

and a curious body of "trustees" was created with the sole function of making the appointments. These are such irrelevant persons as the Presidents of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and of the Law Society, the Chairmen of the Committee of London Clearing Bankers and of the London County Council, and a representative of the London and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee.(1) The Act passed in 1933 gave monopoly powers and provided heavy compensation. Thus neither the Minister nor the trustees are responsible for the policy of the Board, which answers to no one, although there is, of course, an annual report to the Minister.
The Area Traffic Commissions (1930), whose Chairmen are appointed and removable by the Minister of Transport, regulate by a licensing system the motor-bus services throughout the country. They work under the general directions of the Minister, but he does not answer for their particular actions in Parliament.
Similarly the Coal Mines Reorganisation Commission was appointed in 1930 to regulate the conduct of an industry without taking over its ownership-in this case by promoting amalgamations with compulsory powers. This body was replaced in 1947 by the Coal Board, whose members are appointed by the Minister of Fuel. It controls the nationalised coal industry, but is subject to direction by the Minister.
The Unemployment Assistance Board was set up in 1934 to administer the unemployment insurance fund, its members being appointed by the Crown, presumably on the advice of the Minister of Labour. It has a maximum membership of six and total salaries of £12,000. It employs over 6,000 officials, those of. its central office being graded and paid on

1 See Public Enterprise, edited by W. A. Robson, 1937, pages
164, 367.

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