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THE ADMINISTRATION

Civil Service lines.(1) The first Chairman, Lord Rushcliffe, was the Minister of Labour responsible for passing the Act. His appointment on retiring from politics to a position much more highly paid than that of the Minister himself affords a precedent of doubtful value. Then there is the Unemployment Insurance Statutory Committee set up by the same Act to advise the Minister upon its working, to report to him annually and more frequently if it wishes on the financial condition of the fund, and to recommend changes in the law. It consists of a Chairman and four to six other members, appointed by the Minister. A member may be removed by the Minister if he becomes, "in the opinion of the Minister, unfit to continue in office or incapable of performing his duties."(2) An interesting feature is that the recommendations, although they are on matters of policy, must be published within two months.
The Agricultural Marketing Acts of 1931 and 1933 rendered possible the voluntary setting up of boards with compulsory powers of price-fixing or of agency for the sale of particular agricultural commodities. The later Act promised tariffs or quotas where such boards were created. As a result the Milk Marketing Board, and similar boards for hops, potatoes, and pigs and bacon, were established. These boards represent the interests of producers. To safeguard consumers the Minister of Agriculture appointed a statutory Consumers' Committee to consider and report on the effects of any scheme on the interests of the consumer. Committees of investigation are also appointed by the Minister where complaints are made, and he has power to alter or revoke a scheme. Thus there is provision for complaint and adjudication, the Minister being responsible.

1 See 3rd Report of the U.A.B., 1936 (Cmd. 5177), p. 8.
2 24 & 25 Geo. V, Ch, 29, 3rd Schedule, Pt. I, 5.

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