§ 74. Mr. R. MORRISON
asked the Attorney-General whether nominations 1911 are received from organisations or from individuals for election to the Lord Lieutenants' Advisory Committee for the appointment of magistrates?
§ The ATTORNEY-GENERAL
The Lord Chancellor consults the Lord Lieutenant, and any other person whom he thinks fit, about the members he appoints to his advisory committees. He does not bind himself to consult any particular organisation or individual. The committees are appointed to advise the Lord Chancellor, and my noble Friend is, of course, free to select his advisers in the manner he thinks most suitable.