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THE CHURCH

more curious anomalies of this system were ended by the Benefices Act of 1898, and since the measure amending that Act was passed in 1923 advowsons may not be separately sold after two vacancies have occurred subsequently to 1924. So that, although restricted in operation, the general principle continues. They still remain a form of property, sometimes of considerable real value.
The Church of England is not a single corporate body in law and therefore does not hold property as such. Its possessions are held within the church by various corporations aggregate, such as the dean and chapter of a cathedral, or corporations sole like the rector of a parish, and outside by such bodies as the Ecclesiastical Commission and Queen Anne's Bounty, both of which are partly appointed by the State and partly representative of the church. The Ecclesiastical Commission works mainly through its Estates Committee consisting of three Commissioners, one of whom is appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury and two by the Crown, one of the latter being ordinarily a member or supporter of the Government in the House of Commons. The Commission itself includes the archbishops, bishops, three deans, certain ministers and judges, and twelve nominated laymen. It administers the estates vested in it, applying the proceeds under statutory directions; it has powers to create new ecclesiastical districts, and powers in relation to the properties of ecclesiastical corporations. The income of between three and four millions a year is derived from stocks, mainly Government, from land, coal-mine royalties, and housing estates. With regard to the last the Commissioners recorded in 1936 that "expenditure in connection with their housing schemes for the working classes is not undertaken as a profitable investment, but in conformity with a duty which

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